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  • VIC Migration Support Program Volunteer - Dandenong

    Time involved 1 day per week
    Location Melbourne
    The position of the MSP Volunteer is to provide quality customer service and administrative support in support of the operation of the Migration Support Programs at the Dandenong office. The position will also assist with the donations of food provided on Tuesdays at the office.
  • VIC MSP Restoring Family Links Project Volunteer - Dandenong

    Time involved 1 day per week
    Location Melbourne
    The Restoring Family Links program is currently looking for a volunteer to assist the program in the continued development of a casework project focusing on missing migrants, providing data entry and analysis of boat disasters and circumstances surrounding individuals who went missing en route to Australia by boat.
  • Farsi/Dari Language Support Volunteer | Canberra ACT

    Time involved 1 - 4 hours per week
    Location Canberra
    Volunteers play an important role in the success of the Humanitarian Settlement Program as it seeks to achieve key outcomes such as increased social cohesion, community connectedness and positive settlement experience for refugees. Volunteer participation in this program will mean refugees get the extra support they need to successfully settle in the community and build confidence as they start their new lives in Australia.
  • Community Education Volunteer - Alice Springs

    Time involved 1 day per month
    Location Multiple locations
    The In Search of Safety program was developed by Red Cross to help build awareness and understanding of the real situations facing people who come to Australia to seek asylum. It aims to clarify misinformation and challenge misunderstandings surrounding asylum seekers through thought-provoking presentations, engaging group activities and enlightening real-life stories, in order to increase community cohesion and cultivate a more welcoming Australia.
  • Community Education Volunteer Coordinator - In Search of Safety - Alice Springs

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Regional NT
    The In Search of Safety program was developed by Red Cross to help build awareness and understanding of the real situations facing people who come to Australia to seek asylum. This role supports the program to improve public understanding of asylum seekers, refugees and migration by delivering interactive sessions in school forums.
  • Connected Women Volunteer Coordinator - Alice Springs

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Regional NT
    The Migration Support Program of Australian Red Cross has been working with migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum for over 25 years. In the Northern Territory, programs and services in this sphere focus on connecting those experiencing vulnerability with the wider Australian community, by developing employment skills and building their leadership and personal capacities with an ultimate goal of supporting positive outcomes to the Territory’s social, economic and cultural development.
  • In Search of Safety Community Education Volunteer - South West Region

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Perth
    The Red Cross In Search of Safety program connects with schools and the wider community to build awareness about asylum seekers and refugees. If you have an understanding of the hardship and challenges of asylum seekers and refugees throughout their journey to come to Australia, have a passion for working with the community and talking about social issues, we encourage you to apply for this volunteer role.
  • Community Education Volunteer Coordinator - In Search of Safety - Alice Springs

    Time involved As required
    Location Multiple locations
    The In Search of Safety program was developed by Red Cross to help build awareness and understanding of the real situations facing people who come to Australia to seek asylum. This role supports the program to improve public understanding of asylum seekers, refugees and migration by delivering interactive sessions in school forums.
  • Connected Women Volunteer Coordinator - Darwin

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Darwin
    The Migration Support Program of Australian Red Cross has been working with migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum for over 25 years. In the Northern Territory, programs and services in this sphere focus on connecting those experiencing vulnerability with the wider Australian community, by developing employment skills and building their leadership and personal capacities with an ultimate goal of supporting positive outcomes to the Territory’s social, economic and cultural development.
  • Community Education Volunteer Coordinator - In Search of Safety - Katherine

    Time involved As required
    Location Regional NT
    The In Search of Safety program was developed by Red Cross to help build awareness and understanding of the real situations facing people who come to Australia to seek asylum. This role supports the program to improve public understanding of asylum seekers, refugees and migration by delivering interactive sessions in school forums.
  • Connected Women Volunteer Coordinator - Alice Springs

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Regional NT
    The Migration Support Program of Australian Red Cross has been working with migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum for over 25 years. In the Northern Territory, programs and services in this sphere focus on connecting those experiencing vulnerability with the wider Australian community, by developing employment skills and building their leadership and personal capacities with an ultimate goal of supporting positive outcomes to the Territory’s social, economic and cultural development.
  • Connected Women Volunteer Coordinator - Katherine

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Regional NT
    The Migration Support Program of Australian Red Cross has been working with migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum for over 25 years. In the Northern Territory, programs and services in this sphere focus on connecting those experiencing vulnerability with the wider Australian community, by developing employment skills and building their leadership and personal capacities with an ultimate goal of supporting positive outcomes to the Territory’s social, economic and cultural development.
  • Community Education Volunteer Coordinator - In Search of Safety - Darwin

    Time involved As required
    Location Darwin
    The In Search of Safety program was developed by Red Cross to help build awareness and understanding of the real situations facing people who come to Australia to seek asylum. This role supports the program to improve public understanding of asylum seekers, refugees and migration by delivering interactive sessions in school forums.
  • Pathways to Employment Mentor Volunteer - Mount Gambier

    Time involved As required
    Location Regional SA
    The role of a Pathways to Employment Mentor is to provide one-on-one support and guidance, for example, with writing cover letters and CVs. Each Mentoring Volunteer will be carefully matched with one of the MSP clients based on the volunteer’s experience and professional background.
  • Pathways to Employment – Employment Hub Bilingual Volunteer - Mount Gambier

    Time involved 1 day per week
    Location Adelaide
    Do you have great communication and organisation skills? Would you enjoy supporting clients from a range of cultural backgrounds to increase their opportunities towards finding employment? Apply now!
  • Connected Women Project Volunteer - Katherine

    Time involved Varied hours
    Location Regional NT
    The Connected Women Project Volunteer supports migrant women who face significant isolation in their first 5 years. You will help to strengthen the cultural and social wellbeing of participants by supporting project activities identified by Connected Women groups