Volunteer Victoia

Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria: 250-386-2269 or volunteervictoria.bc.ca.

Want to volunteer? Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria: 250-386-2269 or volunteervictoria.bc.ca.

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Better Business Bureau seeks a data control clerk two mornings or afternoons a week to perform data quality tasks.

Canadian Red Cross Victoria is looking for a client services volunteer for the Health Equipment Loan program. The volunteer would act as the contact for in-person and telephone enquiries from the public, dispensing and receiving equipment that is being loaned or returned, and completing the necessary documentation.

Friends Uniting for Nature Society is looking for FUNateers. Volunteers assist for a week or more at camps that run Monday to Friday, from 9-4 at St Matthias Church on Richmond Ave.

City Harvest Cooperative is looking for a planting assistant who would enjoy spending Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on a magical mystery tour of City Harvest’s secret backyard market gardens. The position involves digging, planting, and hoeing, all outdoors.

Early Music Society of the Islands is looking for a promotion assistant to distribute brochures to desirable locations on two or three occasions between August and April.

Pacific People’s Partnership invites volunteers to join it in supporting the Indigenous Elders of B.C. at the 39th annual B.C. Elders Gathering in Saanichton, July 7 to 9.

Abbeyfield House St. Peter’s Society runs a 12-unit, independent-living residence for low-income seniors. The society is looking for two board members with bookkeeping or secretarial skills.

Saanich Emergency Program seeks an amateur radio communications volunteer to provide communications if normal communications fail. Join the team that meets weekly and provides communication services at some large community events. Training is provided and a one-year commitment is requested.

 

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