Volunteering across Pittwater

Published:
29/01/2020

 

Helpers of all skills needed
Mona Vale Hospital Kiosk & Auxiliary
Mona Vale

Join the team of volunteers at Mona Vale Hospital Kiosk on a Saturday once or twice a month between the hours of 9am and 3pm. Full training will be provided. Please phone Pooja on 9998 6044, any Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 9am and 3pm at the Kiosk. Volunteers are also invited to join the Mona Vale Hospital Auxiliary, with meetings held on the first Tuesday of every month at Pittwater RSL at 10.30am. Sewers, knitters, jam-makers, stall and BBQ helpers are always welcome. For further information on the Auxiliary, phone 9979 5115.

 

Improve the lives of others
Community Care Northern Beaches
Northern Sydney

Make a valuable difference to people’s lives across the North Shore and Northern Beaches by volunteering at the not-for-profit, community-based organisation, Community Care Northern Beaches (CCNB). Volunteers are asked to give their time, knowledge and skills, and they can choose from a wide range of flexible options that are tailored to suit their abilities, interests and availability, with the support CCNB. So, join the team and play an important role in supporting people to get the most out of life. To find out more, contact Cate on 1300 002 262 or email ccnb@ccnb.com.au.

 

Supporting the elderly and disabled
MWP Care
North Narrabeen

MWP Care (previously known as MWP Community Aid) is a local not-for-profit that assists people aged 65 years and older, as well as younger people with disabilities and their carers. Volunteers are needed to help with such things as transport; home visits and maintenance; social outings; and individual activities. To find out more, phone 9913 3244, or visit communityaid.com.au.

 

Volunteer guides needed
Barrenjoey Lighthouse
Palm Beach

One of Sydney’s most iconic lighthouses needs volunteer guides to offer tours and perform upkeep. The Barrenjoey Lighthouse attracts thousands of people each weekend and is in desperate need of locals willing to help keep the heritage-listed light station open to the public. Volunteers are required Sundays to prepare the lighthouse for visitors and conduct half-hourly tours up the top of the watchtower, providing stories about the light and its history. For more information, contact Roger Treagus at rtreagus@optusnet.com.au.  

 

Author:
Think Local

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