Inspiring the Future is an exciting new programme that’s coming to schools across Aotearoa. It connects Primary and Intermediate schools to local volunteers from the world of work.
Big buddies are needed for a one-to-one preventative programme for children between the ages of 4 and 12 to offer friendship, support and guidance enhancing the life of the young person.
Volunteers needed to support young people with intellectual disabilities participate in a range of fun and engaging activities during our school holiday programmes.
Do you want to make a positive difference to a young person? Friendly and reliable volunteers who can relate to children are required as big buddies to enhance the life of a young person in this fun and rewarding role.
Volunteer at this dynamic youth programme for 8 - 18 year olds with a focus on teaching young people first aid, health care, leadership and life skills.
Volunteers are needed to supervise pupils to man the road crossing at the designated crossing point on Enterprise Street between 8.25-8.45am and 2.45-3.10pm weekdays during school term times to enable the crossing to stay safe.
Positive role model are needed to assist the youth workers at Wakatipu Youth Trust with the running "The Loft" drop in sessions for young people aged 13-18 in the Wakatipu basin.
Volunteer at the Salvation Army Youth Group in Queenstown - a great opportunity to develop your own communication, planning and faciliation skills.
Would you like to have completed your volunteering by 9am!? Feel great about your contribution and enable primary school children in Wanaka to walk to school safely by accompanying a small group of children on their way to school each morning.
Central Otago REAP require a Chess Tutor to provide support to budding young chess players after school once a week or fortnightly for one to two hours.