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    WA Stage School

    You’re never too old to dance! WA Stage School offers dance classes for people over 45. Our Boogie Beats classes are fun-filled, relaxed and cater for all levels of dance experience – all you need to bring is enthusiasm and a smile! Come along to our Malaga studio to check Read more [...]

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    ED Connect Australia

    ED Connect Australia We connect volunteers who want to make a difference, with young people in school who need extra help. We’re harnessing the wisdom and skills of older generations to enrich the learning experience of young people who are at risk of falling by the wayside in an often over-burdened Read more [...]

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    Puzzle Walks

    WA Detective Trails are self-guided historical walks around WA with a unique puzzling-solving twist. Each wheel-friendly walk trail comes with a fictitious crime to solve and a list of suspects; each stop on the trail will have you hunting high and low to solve the clue and reveal the identity Read more [...]

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    Xtreme Ice Arena

    We offer Perth’s best selection of Ice Skating sports including General Skating, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, Speed Skating and our Xtreme Bumper Cars on Ice! Coffee Club Want a chance to sharpen your skills? We are excited to bring you an adults-only coffee club. Monday Mornings 9.30am – 11am Seniors Read more [...]

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    Cannington Leisureplex

      With the belief that you are never too old to exercise, the Cannington Leisureplex offers a range of activities and services for seniors. Living Longer Living Stronger Click here for more information regarding this strength program for over 50s. Term Activities A range of activities are provided in conjunction with Read more [...]

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    Smith Family Perth

    Together with caring Australians, The Smith Family will unlock opportunities for disadvantaged families to participate more fully in society. Volunteers are the backbone of our organisation and without them, much of the work we do would not be possible. Each year, Australian community members and our corporate partners, volunteer their Read more [...]

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    Sand’s WA

    Sands WA is a community of bereaved parents who provide support 24/7 to other bereaved parents, their families and medical professionals. Sands WA’s parent supporters are all bereaved parents themselves who volunteer their time to assist and offer support to other bereaved parents as they journey through grief following the Read more [...]

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    Rotary Club

    Rotary is a worldwide organisation of business, professional and community leaders. Clubs are non-political, non-religious and open to all cultures, races and creeds. Richly rewarding, Rotary International gives you the opportunity to ‘pay it forward’ and to have a positive impact wherever you choose. While developing business networking opportunities and Read more [...]

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    Freecycle

    Freecycle groups operate in hundreds of communities around Australia. Why not get involved in the Perth area by joining or starting a group near you? A global grassroots movement where members give and receive stuff completely for free – Freecycle is the ultimate recycling initiative. To see if you have Read more [...]

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    National Trust WA

    Our volunteers are everyday people who make extraordinary contributions. Would you like to contribute to the work of the National Trust and its mission to conserve and interpret WA’s unique heritage by becoming a volunteer? Our volunteers are involved in a range of different activities according to their skills and Read more [...]

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    Good Sammy’s Op Shop

    Good Samaritan Industries is an agency of the Uniting Church in Australia and was founded in 1958 to provide employment choices for people with disabilities. Their stores range quality recycled clothing and goods at bargain prices for the general public to buy in order to support their cause. Volunteering with Read more [...]

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    Salvation Army Stores

    Salvos Stores will continually develop its donor base of gifted and new products to provide customers with goods at affordable prices. Each charity store demonstrates good corporate governance and stewardship, whilst creating the environment to align with the mission of The Salvation Army as well as foster the spirit of Read more [...]

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    SES Volunteers Association of WA

    The WA State Emergency Service is a volunteer based division of the Department Fire and emergency Services of Western Australia. They play an important role in protecting local communities from natural and man-made emergencies. SES volunteers are a dedicated group of people that come from many different backgrounds, skills and Read more [...]

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    St John Ambulance

    No matter where you live, you can make a positive impact in your community by becoming a St John volunteer. With St John, you’ll learn new skills like endorsed first aid qualifications, build strong relationships with new people you meet, and work with emergency services to make a real contribution Read more [...]

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    Australian Museum

    Virtual volunteers assist the Australian Museum by transcribing specimen labels, field notes and diaries. This helps to unlock the hidden knowledge in their vast collections. You can help them via your own computer. Being a ‘virtual volunteer’ is a way you can make a contribution even if you can’t leave Read more [...]

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    Red Cross

    Volunteering expands your skills and experience, increases your employability and is a way to stay active and engaged with the community. It’s also a way for you to give back to the community and help people who need a hand. With the Red Cross you can volunteer for the following Read more [...]

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    Oz Harvest

    Volunteers are the heart and soul of OzHarvest With over 1500 volunteers across the country, OzHarvest is always on the lookout for passionate people to lend a hand. From helping at events, running market stalls, assisting in the vans, answering the phones, working with our chefs and corporate teams at a Read more [...]

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    Bibra Lake Walkers

    Meets Sunday 9am Speed: Medium pace Duration: 60-75 min Dog Friendly: Yes   Meeting point Bibra Lake carpark opposite Gwilliam Drive Address Bibra Lake Reserve, Progress Drive opp Gwilliam Drive, Bibra Lake 6163, BIBRA LAKE, 6163 Walk Organiser Tiffany 0452105665

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