Hato Hone St John is a charitable organisation that provides ambulance services, first aid training, event medical services and care-based community support all around New Zealand; 24 hours a day, and 365 days a year. St John members care for communities, help people in medical and accident emergencies, and relieve sickness and injury.
We have an exciting opportunity available in Whangarei Hospital to lead and support our Friends of the Emergency Department team.
Based in or around Mangawhai and looking for a rewarding volunteering opportunity? We are looking for new Ambulance & Events Volunteers in Mangawhai!
Based in Dargaville and are looking for a rewarding volunteer role? We are looking for new Ambulance & Events Volunteers.
Whether it's furry cuddles, wagging tails, nose boops, or nudging heads demanding all the pats, the power of pets on our wellbeing is huge! Join us with your pet and help kids with their reading, wellbeing, or even to ease any fears of loneliness.
Based in the Far North? Time to make a difference? Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer role? Volunteering as an Ambulance and Events officer is a big commitment that provides huge rewards.
Based in Russell or Paihia? Time to make a difference? Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer role? Volunteering as an Ambulance and Events officer is a big commitment that provides huge rewards.
Help to transport people to and from essential medical and health related appointments. The service is often used by older people, by people who are too unwell to drive a vehicle, and those who cannot access other transport options.
Become a Hospital Friend at Bay of Islands Hospital and provide non-clinical comfort, information and support to patients and those who support them whilst within the Emergency Care centre.
Want to make a difference in your community?We're looking for caring individuals keen to help in our retail shops. Retail experience is great but not essential. If you're keen to learn, enthusiastic and reliable, then we can teach you the skills you need.