Got a few hours to spare? Volunteers needed in Victoria

Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria. For more information, please call 250-386-2269

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

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Tourism Victoria is embarking on a volunteer recruitment in hopes to extend its services beyond the front desk in order to provide more efficient services, helping visitors make the most out of their visit while ensuring they feel both welcome and safe. Visitor Information Volunteers needed from May through September for a minimum of four hours per week.

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Silver Threads Service is looking for individuals to join its board of directors to assist with planning and implementing the strategic direction for the organization.  Experience in finance, fundraising, and legal work an asset.

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Special Olympics Victoria is in need of a coach education coordinator. This position involves managing an excel database and sending reminder notices to coaches regarding their certification status. This is a long-term commitment requiring an average of 10-15 hours of work per month from September to June.

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City Harvest Cooperative is looking for a compost maintenance person.  Work up a sweat turning food and garden scraps into black gold.

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The Royal Heraldry Society of Canada is looking for a docent (knowledgeable guide/volunteer) to help promote the craft, art, and science of Canadian heraldry while welcoming visitors to the Government House.

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Via Choralis Performance Society is looking for a music librarian to supervise the maintenance of the music library.  Love of music a definite bonus.

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Royal & McPherson Theatres Society is in need of a volunteer with basic knowledge and experience in theatre and event production to help with stage and sound set-up.

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Beacon Community Services is seeking volunteers who love to read and would enjoy helping those with poor vision enjoy a good book with a friend.

 

 

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