Organisations Seeking Participants
We have listed below projects that are currently seeking participants (individuals and/or groups), and we will continue to update this as organisations advertise new projects.
If your organisation is seeking participants/volunteers for Mitzvah Day please Register your Project here, and it will be listed below.
If you, as an individual, would like to participate in one of the projects listed below contact the organisation directly.
If you, as a group, would like to do one of the projects listed below contact the organisation directly. Once you have confirmed your participation with the organisation, please Register your Project here.
Organisation Website Project Description Contact Details Project Type
Share the Dignity www.sharethedignity.com.au Share the Dignity is an organization that assist with the collection and distribution of Sanitary items for homeless women and women who are displaced due to domestic violence or other hardships. We would greatly appreciate the assistance of a group of people collecting on our behalf, sanitary items such as pads, tampons, flushable wipes and toiletries to assist during times of need. All items collected are then distributed to organizations that can get these products directly to the hands of women who need them. We are happy to assist with sending through flyers for placement on collection buckets, bins, or baskets of your choice! QLD - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust The Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust would like to openly invite the Jewish community to attend a working bee at Brighton General Cemetery to attend and clean the Jewish areas. The Brighton Cemetery has over 120 years of history and is the final resting place for some of Melbourne's most iconic and influential leaders, such as Sir John Monash.
This is a great opportunity to improve the look and cleanliness of loved ones who have passed. By giving back to those who could never return the favour is the most humble of acts and is the highest sign of respect and gratitude.
* Equipment will be supplied.
* Cleaning will only apply to general areas and not to specific graves as consent must be given by the holder of right.
Tel: (03) 9546 9377
The Mirabel Foundation www.mirabelfoundation.org.au We organise camps & events throughout the year for boys & girls aged 8 + who cannot live with their parents due to illicit drug use. We would appreciate - small notebooks, pens, textas, sunhats, playing cards, UNO, small board games, stickers, small knick knacks (particularly for boys) to go in a show bag. Basic toiletries - toothbrush, toothpaste, brush/comb, deodorant & spare underwear. Ruth Chattey, Family Support Worker
Tel: (03) 9527 9422
Youth Projects Youth Projects Website Youth Projects reaches out to the homeless in the Melbourne CBD.
We urgently need bottled water and basic personal care items (e.g. soap, toothbrush/paste, socks, undies (large sizes), plastic knives, forks, spoons, etc).
Tel: (03) 9945 2100