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Adelaide Hills Council

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People who live, work, study and play in the Adelaide Hills give purpose to our work at Council.

Volunteering is an opportunity to partner with us so we can build connected and inclusive communities filled with resilient, active individuals across the Adelaide Hills.

Through volunteering you can make a valuable contribution to our community, share your skills or gain new ones, and get to know your community by connecting with new people.

Ways you can volunteer with Adelaide Hills Council

We are looking for volunteers of all ages, across a range of skills and different life experiences to directly contribute their time to assisting Hills communities.

Search our current volunteer vacancies below to find your volunteer match.

Volunteer Vacancies

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Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

We provide programs to young people  8-18 years experiencing family mental illness with the aim of empowering them to build resilience, lifelong knowledge and connections, so they can reach their potential.

 

We provide evidence-based, age appropriate prevention and early intervention mental health services, embedded within a peer-based social and activity based format. Children attend camps,  fun activity days and online Connect chat sessions featuring mental health education. 

 

 

 

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Carers and Disability Link Inc.

 

Together, we link people with disabilitiescarers and the aged, with care and support services through flexible and inclusive choices within our local community.

 

Mission Statement

Carers and Disability Link are focused on delivering compassionate and personalised care across regional South Australia. We offer support and resources to carers, people living with disability, and people aged over 65, as well as providing vital connection across our regional communities through various social enterprise programs.

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Young Carer Volunteer

We are seeking a passionate, caring and energetic volunteer to help facilitate groups for Young Carers aged 5 - 14 years within the Adelade Hills. Our Young Carer Volunteers create a relaxed and welcoming space in which Young Carers can connect, have fun and feel supported. Applications particularly welcome from people over the age of 25 with full driving licence. Groups run fortnightly on Mondays 3-6.30pm excluding school holidays, ideally volunteers can offer a minimum 6-month commitment. Call 8389 7383 or email hr@CADL.support

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Mount Barker Community Centre

Mount Barker Community Centre is a not-for-profit, independent organisation located in the heart of Mount Barker SA. The Community Centre offers local community members opportunities to connect with each other through a variety of responsive and inclusive programs, events and volunteer roles across the region. The Community Centre is responsive to local community need and works to address gaps and unmet needs through innovation and collaboration.

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Mount Barker District Council - Chat and Connect Program

Are you a social person with a passion for supporting our local community? If you love connecting with others and have a special place in your heart for older people, we have the perfect volunteer opportunity for you!

 

The Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme Program is a Government Funded Program that supports older people living in the community who may be socially isolated.   Our Chat and Connect program match a volunteer with an older person with the aim to create a meaningful connection and reduce social isolation.

 

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Mount Barker District Council - Community Programs

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Sammy D Foundation

The Sammy D Foundation educates young people on the impacts of bullying, and drug and alcohol fuelled violence. By providing relevant age-appropriate knowledge and tools, young people are empowered to make positive life decisions for a better community.

The Sammy D Foundation’s Mentoring Program provides one to one support for a young person who may be experiencing some level of disadvantage, social isolation or needs a positive role model. The young people are aged between 7-17 years and living in the Adelaide Hills, Mount Barker, Murray Bridge, and surrounding suburbs.

 

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St John Ambulance SA

St John Ambulance SA is a self-funded charity that cares for the well-being of all South Australians through the provision of first aid at events, first aid training and products, youth development, and social inclusion programs.

Our mission and vision, along with our values, guide our charitable work in the community. 

Vision 

To create a safe, supported, engaged and resilient South Australian Community.

 

OUR VALUES

Teamwork

Our people challenge themselves to be the best they can, and operate in a spirit of Teamwork to provide community benefit through education, care and connection 

Integrity

Integrity underpins all that we do

High Quality Services 

High quality services are provided to all of our clients, patients and customers

Diversity

We celebrate and aim to reflect the Diversity of the South Australian community and work in the spirit of reconciliation

Respect

As our most important asset, our people are shown Respect, are valued and developed

 

Mission Statement

Mission

To ensure wellbeing of all South Australians is improved through St John SA’s delivery of innovative, client-centred and evidence-based health, community and educational products and services.

All our work is underpinned by a professional network of volunteers and staff.

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