Without the tremendous contribution from people willing to give their time and skills, our work for an Australia free of poverty would be greatly diminished.
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Investment in children, youth and families is critical to ending the cycle of poverty. Our programs and services help parents prepare their children for school, support young people in their education journey and builds sustainable communities . You can help them thrive and flourish.
ADMIN ASSISTANT SCHOOLS ENGAGEMENTLocation: FitzroyHours: 5–6 per week.
BREAKFAST CLUB ASSISTANTSLocation: FitzroyHours: 7:30—9am, Monday-Friday. Volunteer to commit 1.5 hours, for at least one morning a week
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORLocation: FitzroyHours: Weekdays, business hours
EDUCATION FIRST YOUTH FOYERS MENTORLocation: Broadmeadows and Glen WaverlyHours: Up to 3-4 hours a month outside of the induction and follow up training sessions
EDUCATION SUPPORT VOLUNTEERSLocation: BroadmeadowsHours: 2–4
SUPPORT WORKER URBAN CAMPSLocation: FitzroyHours: Flexible
Make a positive difference in the lives of older people or people with additional needs by volunteering in our support and residential services.
COMMUNITY GARDEN WORKER FRANKSTON
Location: 12 Inglis Ave, FrankstonHours: Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 2.30pm
DRIVER BANKSIALocation: Banksia Centre, FrankstonHours: Mondays or Fridays, 8.30–10am and 2.30–4pm
FOOD PREPARATION ASSISTANTLocation: FitzroyHours: 2 - 3 days a week, flexible, occurs 15 weeks of the year
IT ASSISTANT NEXUSLocation: 2–4 Overton Road, FrankstonHours: 4–6 hours a week
TRANSPORT ASSISTANTLocation: Frankston Hours: Mondays and Fridays, 8.30–10am and 2.30–4pm
KITCHEN HANDLocation: FrankstonHours: Wednesdays 8.30–4pm
PIANISTLocation: FrankstonHours: 1–2 hours per week
Refugees and new arrivals face greater challenges in settling in Australia. You can play a part in assisting them to participate in community life and work.
EMPLOYMENT MENTOR AND CLIENT CONTACT ASSISTANTLocation: EppingHours: 4 x 7.6 hours per week positions (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)
ENGLISH TUTORLocation: CraigieburnHours: 2–4 hours per week
YOUTH SUPPORT MENTOR, RESOURCE YOUTH PROGRAMLocation: Hume or WhittleseaHours: 2–4 hours per fortnight, 6–12 month commitment
Do you love to op shop? Are you interested in retail and customer service? By volunteering in our warehouse or in one of our 20 stores across greater Melbourne you can make a positive difference in our communities.
ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT ASSISTANTLocation: Brotherhood Community Care, FrankstonHours: Between Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5pm (flexible days/hours can be negotiable)
BROTHERHOOD BOOKS TEAM MEMBERSLocation: Brotherhood Warehouse, SunshineHours: flexible, during business hours
DONATION SORTERSLocation: Kilsyth, Brunswick, BentleighHours: Monday to Sunday, flexible hours
FURNITURE MOVERSLocation: Brunswick Store, 109 Brunswick Road, BrunswickHours: Monday to Sunday, half to full day shifts available
GENERAL HAND, ELECTRICALLocation: Sunshine and various locations in MelbourneHours: various days, business hours
RETAIL ASSISTANTSLocation: twenty store locations, greater MelbourneHours: daily, business hours
SEAMSTRESSLocation: Brotherhood warehouse, SunshineHours: flexible, Monday to Friday
TESTER AND TAGGERLocation: Brunswick, Deer Park, BentleighHours: Monday to Friday business hours, possibly some weekends
VISUAL MERCHANDISERLocation: 109 Brunswick Road, BrunswickHours: Negotiable
Corporate volunteering or pro bono support provides companies and individuals with the opportunity to connect with communities, develop staff skills and build teams.
CORPORATE VOLUNTEERINGLocation: Australia-wideHours: flexible
If you would like more information about our recruitment process or require assistance with your application then please contact our volunteer services team at volunteer(at)bsl.org.au or contact us on (03) 9483 1390.
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