Housing Maintenance Volunteer- Granville

The House of Welcome is the largest provider of transitional housing in Sydney. With a portfolio of 18 properties the Housing Maintenance Volunteer will assist with the maintains of the properties within the portfolio. The Housing Maintenance Volunteer will also be required to provide face-to-face support for Occupants with practical components of their property and its care. MUST drive MANUAL and have full Australian Licence. Contact Maryanne, the Housing Program Coordinator on

Job Ready Mentor - Empowered to Work - Granville

Empowered to Work (ETW) is a program at HoW which assists refugees and people seeking asylum to be job ready. Our role is to encourage participants in the job search process, with preparing a resume and searching for jobs online. Contact Leonie, the ETW Coordinator on

Drop-in Centre & Reception Volunteer - Granville

The Drop-in and Reception volunteer is the first point of contact for clients. They welcome people to the centre, assist with sign in, conduct intake assessments and provide assistance as required whilst the client is accessing the centre. This role also coordinates the stocking and distribution of food for the House of Welcome’s Foodbank. Contact Suma, the Volunteer Coordinator on

Creative Hub assistant - Auburn

We are looking for volunteers to help the coordinator set up the Creative Hub and support women with making their products. The Creative Hub is part of the Women’s Empowerment and Livelihood Program, that supports women to make products (bags, quilts, jewellery) to sell at market stalls. In partnership with the Welcome Studio, clients are also able to sell products online to generate an income. Contact Suma, the Volunteer Coordinator on

Admin Assistant Volunteer - Granville

We are looking for a volunteer to assist HoW Administration Project Officer with data entry, general office duties, preparing marketing packs for presentations & events, running reports and filing. Contact Suma, the Volunteer Coordinator on



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