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Do you have some spare time on your hands?  Or do you want to further your skills?

We have a range of different opportunities that may interest you.

  • Second Hand Uniform Shop: customer service, sales, EFTPOS, retail.
  • College Canteen - servicing three Lutheran Schools in the Adelaide Hills: food preparation, customer service, and cash handling.
  • PT&F events and fundraiser opportunities: we have many events throughout the year like our annual Food & Fun Fest. Event set-up and preparation, telemarketing, gift wrapping - the list is endless. 

We have lots of fun so please don't hesitate to contact us to see what exciting opportunities are available... every little bit helps.

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Houghton, Inglewood & Hermitage Memorial Park

 

We, the Houghton Inglewood Hermitage Soldiers Memorial Park Committee (The Committee) have a big & bold vision for our hills community with a 2.5 million sports and community hub building at the Houghton Oval. The Committee has worked on developing a master plan for the last 15 years. Years of planning went into the design of the New Multiuse Community Facility and with everyone’s support we hope to be able to start building this year.

All committee members are volunteers, some working full-time, some semi retired. We are seeking people with specialist expertise in Marketing, Sponsorship/Fundraising to join our Committee as well as people willing to volunteer for specific events only. Our next event is the Houghton Spring Fair & Produce Market which will be held on Sunday 27th October 2019 from 10am - 3pm at the Houghton Oval.

For further information please contact the Treasurer Han on 0404044752.

 

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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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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.

 

Volunteer With Us!

 

RDA Oakbank holds lessons on Tuesday and Friday afternoons but operate 7 days a week to care for our small herd of horses and to maintain our infrastructure, paddocks and other assets.

 

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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Southern Cross Care SA & NT

Southern Cross Care is an established and respected not-for-profit organisation specialising in services for older people. We provide a continuum of care to meet the changing needs and choices of our older people.
Our focus is on helping people to age healthily, maintain independence, stay informed and keep connected with family and friends. Our Compassionate, Capable, Collaborative, Creative values are in the work that we do and are our guiding principles in driving our health promoting approach.
 
We create an age friendly environment which values dignity, individuality and diversity, not only for our clients, but also for our employees and volunteers. We encourage you to consider the cultural and personal background of our colleagues by showing interest, respecting different beliefs and celebrating the skills, knowledge and personalities we all bring to our workplace.
 
Southern Cross Care works to enhance the quality of life of the people accessing our services. Our health promoting approach focuses on supporting people to increase control of their health in order to improve it. At Southern Cross Care we believe all people have the right to achieve their best health, regardless of age or illness. We encourage older people, their families or representatives to be active partners in making informed decisions about their services to improve overall health and wellbeing.
We understand our valuable role in creating environments to achieve healthy ageing for our clients, staff and volunteers.
Research shows the most important factors that influence quality of life for older people are physical health, social relationships, healthy environments and psychological wellbeing (WHO 2002). These four domains have been embedded throughout our service delivery model to promote healthy ageing and overall quality of life. Our approach also supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 3, which aims to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages.
 
Rob Lock, Health and Wellness Services and The Pines Lodge Volunteer
 
“I have been accessing Southern Cross Care Community Health and Wellness Services for 13 years. They have helped me immensely; therefore I wanted to return the favour by volunteering. I am involved in marketing activities such as attending expos and special events. I speak to all medical students completing their placement around my experiences with Southern Cross Care; I also work in the Pines Conifer Emporium and whatever else is needed. I am yet to say no to anything.
Not only is volunteering rewarding, it is a great social outlet, and I have met so many new people. I feel valued and I find Southern Cross Care staff to be positive and they make me feel a part of their family.”

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The Hills Community Toy Library

The Hills Community Toy Library are looking for fabulous new volunteers to come join our community!

Do you have . .

  • an interest in helping to run a vibrant not for profit
  • great organisational skills, a creative mind, or a passion to play your part and make a difference
  • a small amount of time out of your busy life to help out

As a volunteer you will:

  • have access to borrow a wide variety of toys,
  • meet other families and volunteers
  • learn many new skills and have a great time, and
  • enjoy being actively involved in your local community.

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