VICTORIA VOLUNTEERS: Positively Africa needs volunteers

Seniors Serving Seniors are needed to provide social support and encouragement

Want to volunteer? Opportunities are available through these positions at Volunteer Victoria. Please phone: 250-386-2269 or go online to volunteervictoria.bc.ca.

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Positively Africa needs volunteers to join its team.  Whether packaging African handicrafts, helping at a special event or sitting on a committee, you will be valued for your contribution.

Seniors Serving Seniors are needed to provide social support and encouragement to isolated seniors following hospitalization. Training provided.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada is looking for volunteers to assist with the annual Kidney Walk/Run for 2014.

Baptist Housing-Marrion Village is looking for someone to come along for the ride. Must be reasonably fit to help seniors in-and-out of the bus, keep track of the time, ensure seatbelts are worn, and assist with walkers.

Luxton Station Market Society is in need of reliable volunteers for the weekly Saturday farmers market to assist with set-up, take-down, greeting visitors, and helping vendors as needed. Volunteers choose hours and duties.

Abbeyfield House St. Peters is looking for volunteers willing to serve on the board of directors.

Canadian Mental Health Association-Victoria Branch is looking for volunteers to support cyclists during this year’s Ride Don’t Hide event.  Call Volunteer Victoria at 250-386-2269.

Swan Lake/Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary is looking for volunteers for Restoration Saturdays. Restoration Saturdays will happen about once a month through the winter months to help remove invasive species, repair a creek and other projects as needed.

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