11am – 1pm,Wednesday 15th May
at Te Puna, Mt Albert Campus
We have 15 organisations who provide a range of community, health, technical and environmental services.
Come along and find out what’s in it for you and how you can get involved!
» Looks brilliant on your CV
» Will help you learn new skills
» Provides fantastic networking opportunities
» Allows you to give back to the community
Last year the following organisations attended:
NZ Breast Cancer Foundation – www.nzbcf.org.nz
Fundraising events to raise awareness (Pink Ribbon Street Appeal, Pink Star Walk),
event planning, coordination, social media, administration support.
Conservation Volunteers – www.conservationvolunteers.co.nz
Projects in the NZ outdoors including wildlife monitoring, habitat conservation, tree planting, track construction and maintenance.
Lonely Miaow Association – www.lonelymiaow.co.nz
Fostering cats, rescue, rehabilitation, events (annual book fair), writing, PR,
graphic design, fundraising, administration.
MOTAT – www.motat.org.nz
Engineering, maintenance of museum artefacts, conducting tours, conservation, restoration, customer service, exhibition hosting, research.
Special Olympics – www.specialolympics.org.nz
Opportunities, to enhance the lives of people who have an intellectual impairment,
through coaching in a range of sports, team management, IT, and club administration.
You will be inspired!
Volunteering Auckland – www.volunteeringauckland.org.nz
Recruitment and Referral organisation for the Not for Profit sector with a wide range of voluntary roles available from over 200 community organisations across Auckland.
Youthline – www.youthline.co.nz
Train to become a Youthline Volunteer Helpline Counsellor, face to face counselling available as well as many programmes for youth development, with ongoing training for volunteers. Help out at events.