VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Board members sought for strata council

Also seeking helpers: YMCA, Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria and Lifetime Networks Victoria

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

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The YMCA-YWCA is recruiting for a registration services assistant to assist with administrative and customer service tasks. These tasks include, but are not limited to: completing administrative tasks such as filing, photo copying and assisting with admin tasks related to special event preparation.

The Vancouver Island Health Authority is looking for a volunteer to assist senior residents attend a monthly musical concert. Shifts are every third Friday of the month from 1:45 to 3:45 p.m.

The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria is seeking volunteers to assist low-income newcomers fill out income tax forms. This position requires cultural sensitivity and knowledge of the Canadian tax system.  Experience in accounting or finance preferred.

The Hope Through Achievement Foundation is looking for someone who can research available grant opportunities and create a manageable working list as well as complete grant applications. A working knowledge of grant funding and grant application processes would be an asset.

Vancouver Island Strata Owners Association is looking for strata owners who are interested in serving on the board of directors, providing services to members. Board members attend a monthly meeting in addition to six seminars a year.

Lifetime Networks Victoria is looking for a male volunteer to build a friendship with a man with a developmental disability in his late 30s. He is athletic and his interests are running, playing pool, hiking, and gardening. Volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of four hours per month.

Silver Threads Services is seeking a senior who wants to be part of an outreach team that facilitates connection and partnership between local businesses and seniors requiring employment. Must be 55+ years old, and be willing commit to a minimum of three hours each week

Heart and Stroke Foundation BC & Yukon – Victoria Area Office is looking for volunteers to help plan and provide the Living with Stroke Program in the Victoria area. Training provided.

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