VICTORIA VOLUNTEERS: Helpers needed for street hockey event in Sidney

Admin assistant, nurses and counsellors also in high demand in Greater Victoria this week

Want to Volunteer? Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria. For more information, please call 250-386-2269 or  go here.

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Help Fill A Dream Foundation is sponsoring a street hockey event with family activities on June 14 at Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney. Volunteers are needed as game monitors, referees, ticket sellers, parking, set-up and exhibits.

Victoria Community Health Cooperative requires an administrative assistant for a few hours a month to organize board materials and support board members. A social media advisor is also required.

Broadmead Care would like a clothing volunteer to assist dementia patients with keeping their belongings organized. Requires a kind and gentle attitude.

• Beacon Community Services is seeking registered nurses for a Monday blood pressure and blood glucose clinic in Sidney, for one hour once or twice a month.

• Fairfield Gonzales Community Association is seeking a curator to coordinate exhibits of local artists in the community centre on a long-term basis. Garden volunteers also needed for permaculture site.

• Oak Bay Volunteer Services would appreciate visitors to take seniors and other clients on walks from their own homes. Commitment is weekly but flexible. Drivers also wanted.

• Operation Track Shoes for people with developmental disabilities needs counsellors from June 13 to 15 to assist and encourage sports participants at the University of Victoria. Training provided.

• Mustard Seed Street Church requires a volunteer cook three days per week to prepare lunch for volunteers. Several other positions available.

 

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