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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.

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Ink Pot Arts Inc

Ink Pot Arts is an award-winning NFP organisation based in Mount Barker. We offer supportive, fun, high-quality opportunities to explore the performing arts through workshops and events. Our workshops are led by creative professionals & provide not only the chance to develop new skills, but great companionship across different generations, cultures & life experiences. Regular programs include drama, dance-drama, ukulele, and singing. Specialty workshops are available on request.

Want to volunteer with us? There are many different options, from working on our Farmers' Market fundraising stall to making costumes, painting sets, assisting with event management, publicity and more. Tell us what you love to do and we'll see where you can assist :)!

To find out about our programs go to: https://inkpot.com.au/

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Macclesfield Community Biochar Centre (Maccy Biochar)

Maccy Biochar is a not-for-profit group set up to collect tree litter from local households, landowners and businesses and convert it to biochar. We thereby capture carbon, offset and reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create voluntary carbon offsets to trade.

We are based in Macclesfield, South Australia and are currently auspiced by the Macclesfield Community Association Inc.

Visit our website to find out more: https://www.maccybiochar.com

 

MAKING MACCY CARBON NEUTRAL

We are taking action against Climate change by reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide to make Macclesfield carbon neutral and improve local soils.

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Riding for Disabled Oakbank

Riding for Disabled Oakbank

Riding for Disabled Oakbank Centre (RDA Oakbank) provides specialised horse-riding programs and relationships with horses for mostly young people with physical, intellectual, learning and emotional disabilities. We have been operating since 1980 by local volunteers and are based at the Oakbank Racecourse in South Australia's picturesque Adelaide Hills. 

 

RDA Oakbank is one of 12 centres across South Australia that are formally affiliated with Riding for the Disabled South Australia (RDASA). As a member of RDASA, our centre is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme provider.

 

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RDA Oakbank holds lessons on Tuesday and Friday afternoons but operate 7 days a week to care for our small herd of horses and maintaining the Centre's grounds and equipment, as well as assisting on lesson days and carrying out administrative support tasks. 

 

We offer you the opportunity to learn new skills with RDA Australia accredited volunteer coaches, other trained volunteers with a diversity of skills, and trained and accredited RDA horses.

 

Fill in an application to volunteer or contact Frances Hardy on 0418851745 to find out more.  

Our Mission

To be a respected, inclusive and sustainable organisation delivering a diverse range of equestrian programs for people requiring support to participate.

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Trees Please! Landcare Hahndorf

Trees Please!

Landcare Hahndorf

Trees Please! aims to protect the remnant native bush at The Cedars (which is being destroyed by woody weeds like broom, gorse and blackberry), and to re-vegetate the area with local native trees and shrubs. The Cedars is the home of the late Sir Hans Heysen (near Hahndorf). 

 

Trees Please! volunteers work every Thursday morning from 10am till mid day (weather permitting), and after the work there's a famous shared picnic (it's not all work!)

 

  • Most of our work involves removing woody weeds but we also collect seed from the   remnant native vegetation. Seedlings are then raised from the seed we've collected   and planted out during special tree planting days in late Winter.
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  • Any questions? Ring Trevor on 041 140 1416
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  • Visit our website  http://www.treesplease.org.au/

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