Recent times have made Volunteer Managers and Coordinators aware of the vulnerability of the volunteering sector, and the need to adapt and change ways of engaging and managing volunteers.
The University of Tasmania is hosting an event to promote Island of Ideas on \”How can we protect ourselves, our family, and loved ones in places of detention and social care?\”
Volunteering Tasmania’s upcoming Design Thinking Program aims to help volunteer involving organisations to adapt their operations after COVID-19, to effectively recruit, support and manage a more flexible workforce.
Playgroup Tasmania together with a statewide working group has lead the coordination of Children’s Week activities in Tasmania with the launch of the activity guide.
Community groups are invited to attend a free forum hosted by the Tasmanian Community Fund (TCF) Board in Oatlands.
Child Wise and House of Muchness are immensely excited to invite you to their first free online screening of “Like This”, a documentary that exclusively features young people\’s voices about life online, and the risks and benefits of social media.
This Mental Health Week, Wellways will be celebrating our four-legged friends and the support and unconditional love they bestow on us and the importance of our wider community.
Join Eureka Clubhouse Open Day to celebrate Mental Health Week which falls from 9 to 16 October.
Mental health families and friends TASMANIA will be providing an online 2.5-hour event for family members, friends, and community members, impacted by suicide bereavement.
mental health families and friends TASMANIA and Primary Health Tasmania respectfully welcomes family members, friends and community members impacted by suicide bereavement.