The McGrath Foundation started with Jane and Glenn McGrath’s very public experience with breast cancer, and has become one of Australia’s most recognised and respected charities.
We raise funds to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia, and seek to increase awareness about breast health. While more than 75,000 families have been supported by 135 McGrath Breast Care Nurses, there is still work to be done to reach every person across the country experiencing breast cancer, and their families. We rely on the heartfelt support we receive from all over Australia – including individuals, communities, corporate partners and government.
The Donor Services Intern will work to support the Donor Services team through assisting with mems and bequests, data management and donor research.
Key Responsibilities and Duties
Administrative support of direct marketing activities
Conduct donor research to identify prospects
Reviewing bequest opportunities, major...
Our volunteers are vital to the ongoing success of Starlight’s programs. They help us reach more sick kids around Australia and make a lasting impact on their lives.
From running fun activities in our Starlight Express Rooms to helping grant Starlight Wishes to assisting at special events, there are many ways you can volunteer with Starlight.
The commitment is flexible and the rewards are immense. Enthusiastic volunteers are invited to apply.
Our network believes in the potential of all young people and through its supporting mentoring programs, is committed to working with the community empower Australia’s youth to achieve their ambitions.
We are part of the world’s largest volunteer-supported mentoring network, matching young people aged between 7 to 17 with positive adult role models (Mentors- Bigs), who work alongside their mentee (Little), creating a safe and supportive space to foster a sense of belonging and self-worth.
Those with an interest in becoming a Voluntary Mentor are invited to apply.
North Strathfield NSW, Australia
[Career] Communication/Digital marketing Intern (Voluntary Position)
We are an international humanitarian development NGO founded in South Korea in 1991. We implement projects to protect child rights, to strengthen global partnership, and to advocate the right of the most vulnerable. Currently, Good Neighbors is working in 43 countries with a focus on inclusive community development and child protection. Our NGO has attained a general consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) in 1996. Our Australian office was launched in July 2018 and is one of 5 fundraising countries along with the United States, Korea, Japan and Canada. Australia is an ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission) registered charity with tax deductible status.
Position Summary We are is looking for a Communication/Digital Marketing Intern (Voluntary) to join the team who will share the same passion and support in the organisation’s...
These adorable pets need your help…
Volunteers are the life force of our Pet Welfare Foundation. They touch every aspect of our operations and provide the highest-quality input. This work enables us to magnify our impact and save more lives.
By joining our team of dedicated volunteers, you’ll build strong relationships with other like-minded volunteers and the animal-loving community. Working together, we will work towards a No Kill community where all healthy and treatable pets are saved.
We are currently looking for motivated individuals to help us across a variety of areas including: administration, fundraising, marketing, community leadership, IT, law, and more.
About this opportunity
Our regular volunteering sessions are on Wednesday mornings from 9:30am to 12pm, at our nursery in Aranda. This group help out with seasonal nursery tasks such as weeding, propagating, and thinning our native seedlings. We also provide morning tea as a thank you and social catch up. If you are available to attend our Wednesday group, please see staff when you arrive and they will be able to show you around. It is also advisable to come along around 10am on your first day, so they have set up tasks for other volunteers and will then have the time to show you around properly. For safety reasons, it is a requirement to wear a hat and sturdy closed toe shoes to these sessions. Long pants and long sleeves, are also recommended. Some lifting and standing for long periods, may be required. You do not need any experience just a love of nature and the outdoors. If you come along to these sessions, there is also the potential to be able to join our Thursday 'Green...
St John ACT is partnering with the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to provide services and support to help young people avoid the risk of late night alcohol fuelled violence in Civic. Operating every Friday and Saturday night from 10pm-4am in the bus interchange, CBR NightCrew tent provides a place where young people can rest their feet, hydrate, charge their phones, access first aid and arrange transport home. We will also have roving helpers in the nearby area. While first aid qualifications and experience are useful, they are not necessary for this volunteering role. A desire to support and help young people and an ability to engage with them is much more important. Some of the activities involved in a shift include: * roaming civic engaging with youth and others out at night * handing out thongs to those without appropriate footwear * providing drinking water * de-escalating situations by providing a listening ear * giving directions * manning a safe space where people can...
Wool4School is an annual student design competition that encourages budding fashion designers to show the nation what they’re made of. Open to all Australian school students from Years 7 to 12. Wool4School invites students to design an outfit using at least 80% wool. The outfit can contain 1 to 4 pieces and must show the student’s creative and innovative talent. First launched in 2012, Wool4School receives more than 85,000 student entries globally. Entrants learn the fundamentals of fashion design and explore the benefits and versatility of wool and the fabric it creates. By putting wool into the minds of Australia’s future fashion designers, Wool4School encourages students' innovative thinking and creative design, in keeping with The Woolmark Company’s tradition of fostering the education of the future generation. On the back of the success of Wool4School in Australia, The Woolmark Company launched the competition in Hong Kong 2015, the United Kingdom 2017 and Italy 2018....
BOP Industries is a Brisbane based technology and education startup working to develop new technologies and to educate and inspire others to do the same. We believe that using and creating technology can be simple, creative and beautiful, and we aim to prove this in our programs for schools as well as with our hologram displays. We offer a range of programs designed for primary and high school students, aimed at showing them the awesome things they can do whilst still in school. These programs are focussed around creativity, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and entrepreneurship and are a great fit for students with interests in technology, business, STEM and social studies. We teach students to think outside of the box, get creative with their solutions and learn through real world examples. Our students are given the opportunity to work with a range of new and emerging technologies such as holograms and artificial intelligence. Our workshops are delivered by...
At Fire Tech we're on a mission to teach young people how to design, create and innovate with strongly embedded values that underpin the work they do and the change they create. We offer a wide range of 30+ creative and technical courses from robotics to software programming, flying drones and digital photography. Our workshops are designed as a fantastic environment for challenging design thinking, problem-solving, communication and collaboration skills - while having heaps of fun along the way!
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Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led coding clubs with a mission to #getkidscoding!
We are a charity with the aim of giving every child the skill, confidence and opportunity to shape their world.
All Code Clubs are free to join, and are supported by volunteers, parents, educators and our partners.
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Opti-MINDS’ Mission Statement:
The Opti-MINDS Creative Sustainability Challenge is an inclusive team challenge which EMPOWERS participants to THINK, CREATE & COMMUNICATE. Opti-MINDS is a creative problem solving event for teams of participants from Preschool to Adult within 4 divisions. It is run by Opti-MINDS Incorporated on a non-profit basis. They are required to solve demanding, open-ended Challenges from one of the following categories: | Language Literature | Science Engineering | Social Sciences | The Opti-MINDS Challenge is an opportunity for all those with a passion for learning & problem solving to showcase their skills & talents in an exciting, vibrant & public way. Opti-MINDS provides for the demand for sophisticated, educational & motivational opportunities. The rapidly increasing & widespread involvement of thousands of participants throughout Queensland & internationally, demonstrates that Opti-MINDS is not only a valuable &...
Projects Abroad has spent over 25 years helping volunteers and interns fulfil their potential and make the world a better place. In the days before the internet, smart phones and budget airlines, an English University Professor and some overseas colleagues had an idea: What if young people could become international volunteers? They could learn new skills and contribute to communities at the same time. That was over 25 years ago and we’ve never looked back. While plenty of other companies have followed where we lead, we’re still the gold standard in international volunteering and internships. Every Project is built on our commitment of: safety, hassle-free travel and making a real impact. Our staff are all either in-country locals who we train and support, or ex-volunteers, who have been there, experienced the projects and seen what a difference they make. Our plans for the future are big. We believe that international volunteering and internships provide a defining experience for...
The Young Scientists of Australia (YSA) is a national organisation committed to promoting science and technology and helping young Australians to find the fun in it. The Young Scientists of Australia (YSA) is a national not-for-profit organisation run by and for young people aged 15 to 25, who are passionate about science. YSA runs regular social events for our community, which are open to everyone. We also organise science tours, visits and activities with partner organisations across the year. YSA works to promote science to our peers and the wider community through a variety of volunteering events and camps. What we do: Support National Science Week initiatives Volunteer for the ConocoPhillips Science Experience at Swinburne University, Federation University Australia, Melbourne University, Melbourne University Dookie Campus and at the KIOSC Centre. Volunteer for the prestigious Youth ANZAAS program Volunteer for a range of university and school programs Create custom-designed...
Who we are:
Robogals is made possible by our amazing volunteers from universities and young professionals of all genders. We come from a wide range expertise from engineering to law to commerce and are all united under the cause of gender equity in engineering and technology. What we do:
Chapters run engineering and technology workshops free-of-charge in their local communities, focusing on encouraging girls from primary to secondary school to explore an interest, as well as cultivate self-confidence, in these areas. Introducing female engineering students to girls at a young age also provides visibility to female role models, of which there is a significant deficit in the STEM field. The lack of relatable role models has been identified as a cause of low uptake for minorities in all professional and academic fields. Regional initiatives such as The Robogals Challenge (EMEA) and Pathways Into Engineering (APAC) provide engagement outside of our workshops. These programs...
We're young people trying to make a fairer world. Join us. We often get told we're the leaders of tomorrow, but the truth is we don't have to wait until we've finished school or uni to start making a difference - young people are the leaders of today, and the world is ours to change. VGen exists to inspire, educate and empower young people to understand and take action on the biggest global justice issues facing the world. From human trafficking to the refugee safety crisis to eradicating extreme poverty, we're here to make a difference. Join us now.
Who we are: VGen is made up of young people aged 15–25 who want to make a difference on global issues. We know that working together is better than working alone, so VGen brings together a vibrant, diverse national and local communities of like-minded young people to build each other up, work together strategically, and create lasting change where it's needed most.
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The future is going to look very different. At FYA we believe young people are not a problem to be helped or solved. Young people are ambitious, creative and capable of rethinking the world and solving tomorrow’s problems today. And can do it all with a social conscience that will let them build a better world in the process. FYA is all about backing the next generation of young people who are going to rethink the world and create a better future.
For more information, visit the official website here .
This is how Amnesty works.
Amnesty International is the world’s largest and most-respected human rights organisation. Information obtained by our fearless researchers allows us to campaign against abuses of human rights around the world. In Australia and across the globe we bring torturers to justice, change oppressive laws and free people jailed for voicing their opinions.
Amnesty’s vital work is funded by people just like you. We’re independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. We are a diverse and democratic movement of people who demand dignity, freedom, justice and equality for all.
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In just 72 hours, you will experience the highs, lows, love, and pressure that make up the ever changing world of business.
You will meet the most amazing friends and mentors, along the way building their very own business or social change movement.
Leo clubs are a sponsored affiliation of Lions Clubs International that encourages young men and women to serve others in their community and around the world. Participation in Leo activities and projects helps young people prepare for the future by developing leadership, organizational and social skills. Members experience increased self-esteem and personal growth as they meet challenges and accept responsibilities. Participation in the Leo Club Program enhances the lives of young people. As active community members, Leos learn the true meaning of the Leo club motto – leadership, experience and opportunity. Leadership – Leos develop skills as organizers, time managers, and motivators of their peers. Experience – Leos learn the importance of cooperation through the performance of community service. Opportunity – Membership in a Leo club provides young people with a chance to excel, to develop character traits, and to receive recognition for their contributions to the community....