Help local non profit organisations reach their goals by supervising individuals on community work through the Department of Corrections. An interesting and rewarding role where you can see a real difference being made in a short space of time.
Blind Low Vision NZ is looking for drivers with access to their own vehicles to help support our blind and low vision members attend social and recreational events in your town.
Do you have a phone and access to a newspaper? Do you have an hour or so spare once a week before 10.30am? Are you comfortable sound of your own voice and having this recorded for others to listen to?
Are you passionate about shopping? Do you enjoy helping people find 'just what they're looking for'? Then this might be the role for you!
Do you have a car, driver licence, and a little time to spare? Help older people get to their local social club to enjoy activities including discussions, presentations from guest speakers, singing and music, craft, outings, cooking and meals.
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.
GrandFriends NZ by Surrogate Grandparents New Zealand Charitable Trust is on the hunt for awesome GrandFriends who would like to support a local family and their children, as an older mentor but also as an extended family member.
Volunteer for a new Day Club establishing for people with mild to moderate symptoms of dementia
Reliable and personable driving volunteers are required to drive individuals with low vision to their appointments.
Assist at this friendly weekly social group for individuals with sight loss, meet some lovely new people and enjoy bringing members of the community together to socialise and have fun.