Buskers fest, John Howard Society need volunteers

Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria, and all it takes is a phone call to get started

Want to Volunteer? Opportunities are available through these positions at Volunteer Victoria. For more information, please call 250-386-2269 or  go online to volunteervictoria.bc.ca.


Victoria International Buskers Festival is in need of volunteers from July 18 to 27 to man their information booth to help inform visitors of scheduling and performance locations as well as sell water, glow-sticks, and wristbands.

John Howard Society is in need of volunteers to provide social experiences for prisoners at William Head.  Must be available Wednesday evenings.  Long term commitment preferred.

Island Sexual Health Society is looking for volunteers to be apart of the Youth of Island Sexual Health Society responsible for making healthy sexuality more youth-friendly.  Must be 13-18 years old to volunteer.

James Bay Community Project needs volunteers to help clean toys in its Family Resource Centre, keeping it safe and clean for little ones. Shifts are only 30 minutes long and are available Monday to Friday.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada is recruiting a volunteer to help put together a fundraising team for its Light the Night Walk. Professional fundraising experience an asset.

InnovativeCommunities.org Foundation is looking for a volunteer to help support the Office of the Chair.  Must have excellent administrative and organizational skills.

Kids Help Phone is seeking a volunteer to be apart of its Walk So Kids Can Talk Committee helping to plan and coordinate the Walk So Kids Can Talk event. Group meets monthly.  Driver’s license required.


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