Food Plant Solutions
Number of volunteers: 40
Food Plant Solutions creates science-based educational materials that explain what nutritional food is in order to empower people so they can knowledgeably choose what plants to grow to feed themselves and their families.
Volunteers assist with the Fresh Food for Families program that provides gardening workshops about growing and eating nutritious food for new Tasmanians, migrants, and refugees.
Friends of the Theatre Royal
Number of volunteers: 30
Friends of the Theatre Royal support the arts in Tasmania by preserving the history of the Theatre Royal and encouraging diverse community to enjoy the productions at Australia's oldest, continuously working theatre.
Volunteers run tours of the Theatre and conserve artefacts from past productions.
Hobart Bike Kitchen
Number of volunteers: 20
Hobart Bike Kitchen is a not-for-profit group of people who love bikes and who have been sharing their passion by running Sunday afternoon bicycle maintenance sessions for over 10 years.
Volunteers do everything – they welcome everyone, identify solutions to problems, find the right bike or parts, and show people how to use tools and fix their own bike.
Hobart City Mission
Number of volunteers: 450
Hobart City Mission offers assistance to those who need it most by providing emotional, physical and financial support and guidance.
Volunteers assist with customer service in the op shops, administrative tasks, fundraising, and driving trucks and vans for various programs.
Hobart Police and Community Youth Club
Number of volunteers: 30
Hobart Police and Community Youth Club provides positive sporting, recreational, educational, social, and cultural programs at low cost in a safe environment for “at risk” youth and the broader community.
Volunteers assist the operation across many areas including cleaning and maintenance, administration and finance, mentoring, activity instruction, and as part of the learner driver program.
Hobart VIEW Club
Number of volunteers: 16
The Hobart VIEW Club is a women’s organisation strongly committed to helping disadvantaged Australian children succeed at school and reach their potential.
Volunteers assist in schools, support the Toy and Book Appeal, participate in mentorship programs, and carry out fundraising activities.
Number of volunteers: 1000
The Hutchins School is an Anglican day and boarding school for boys from pre-kindergarten to Year 12 with a long tradition of nurturing character.
The school engages in vast array of community service ventures including fundraising, tree planting, rubbish collecting, and working alongside refugees and agencies such as the Smith Family and Salvation Army.
Number of volunteers: 400
Lifeline Tasmania is committed to programs and services that save lives and build emotional well-being and resilience towards a Tasmania free of suicide.
Volunteers play a vital role in suicide awareness and prevention. They volunteer as telephone crisis supporters and Op-shop staff, as well as visit, call, or drive participants on a weekly basis to ensure connection, friendly conversation and socialising.
Make-A-Wish Australia, Hobart Branch
Number of volunteers: 25
Make-A-Wish Australia brings amazing people together to grant life-changing wishes for children with a critical illness.
Volunteers assist by raising awareness, conducting fundraising activities, supporting local families, and helping capture a sick child’s true wish and bring it to life.
Maritime Museum of Tasmania
Number of volunteers: 100
The Maritime Museum of Tasmania aims to promote an understanding of the maritime heritage of Tasmania through research, interpretation and presentation.
Volunteers perform all the necessary functions required by a modern museum including welcoming visitors, hosting groups, administrative tasks, and curatorial, research and collection management.
Mental Health Families & Friends Tasmania
Number of volunteers: 25
Mental Health Families & Friends Tasmania provides support and advocacy to the friends and families of someone with mental ill health.
Volunteers sit on interview panels for mental health services staff and participate on the Board, in oversight committees, and in various working groups. They also speak about their experiences to raise awareness of issues in the mental health sector.
Mission to Seafarers Hobart Station
Number of volunteers: 24
Mission to Seafarers Hobart Station provides a place of safety, relaxation and comfort to visiting seafarers, away from the steel box which is their workplace for many months.
Volunteers provide care to seafarers and help them to communicate with their families.
Multiple Sclerosis Limited
Number of volunteers: 200
Multiple Sclerosis Limited is the home of comprehensive support for neurological conditions.
Volunteers provide client and carer support via phone calls, face-to-face groups and online groups, and assist with various administrative tasks.