Fundraising in the Community

We change lives with our dogs, but we can’t train Guide Dogs without funds, and we can’t raise funds without your help!

We’re always on the lookout for Community Fundraising Volunteers, to help in a range of different roles. Based at either our Invermay or Hobart office, you could be doing a range of tasks from week to week, or month to month. Whether it’s:

There’s always a task to do that will help our efforts to train more Guide Dogs in Tasmania, for Tasmanians. So if you love meeting new people and are passionate about helping others, this could be the role for you.

 

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Lend a Paw for the 2019 Street Appeal!

Put Wednesday, 21 November in your diary for Guide Dogs Tasmania’s Street Appeal. To make it a success, we need you!

We want to raise over $35,000 from people on the streets of Hobart and Launceston, to help a pup become a hero. With several time-slots available, you should be able to find one that fits in with your day.

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How to apply

If you’re interested in any of the above roles, including volunteering for a one-off event, please contact our Community Fundraising Coordinator, Kristy Wright, on (03) 6232 1222 or Kristy.Wright@guidedogstas.com.au

What’s required?

The details of tasks associated with each role are discussed in person, however the basic requirements for most positions include:

Guide Dogs Tasmania volunteers are required to participate in an application process, which includes a National Police Check and a check for working with vulnerable people and children. 

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