Bring your practical maintenance skills to our Riding for the Disabled site and help our young riders have the best experience possible. This role would suit a handyperson or retired farmer who is used to maintaining paddocks for stock.
Helping to ensure our primary and intermediate schools are able to continue having access to quality science resource equipment
You would be ensuring that our science resource kits are delivered on time to and from our member schools in and around Hamilton, ensuring their students can have quailty science lessons that week.
Help keep our young riders safe, support them to have fun through the activities they do, and enable them to grow confidence and self esteem.
Be hands on with horses! You'll lead a horse during riding sessions as we teach new skills and abilities to young riders.
Support children aged 6-12 in small, age-related groups, who have experienced significant change, grief and loss. Help them develop skills and strategies that will assist them to develop and thrive.
If you would like to meet our wonderful customers, then at out counter you should be.
Do you have an art and craft skill you'd love to share with our residents? Could you bring a bit of fun, inspiration and a sense of accomplishment into their day? Come and facilitate an arts and crafts class.
Do you want to help frontline staff and your community? Being a volunteer on the Major Incident Support Team may be for you!