VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Help needed at addictions rehab centre

Volunteers also sought for boards and to sell raffle tickets

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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Volunteer Resources is looking for discharge lounge volunteers to provide a welcoming and comforting atmosphere for discharged hospital patients while they wait for family members and transportation home.

Salvation Army-Addictions Rehabilitation Centre is looking for a volunteer to help provide a safe and welcoming environment for people of all faiths, cultures, and ethnicities. Must be prepared to provide Christian spiritual guidance to those interested.

Saanich Neighbourhood Place seeks a volunteer receptionist to answer phone calls and greet clients as needed. Other tasks may include data entry, filing, and email correspondence

Sandringham Care Centre is looking for volunteers to help provide a spa day for its residents. Experience providing esthetic services such as manicures and hand massages an asset.

Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence needs volunteers to assist with the organization and delivery of a celebration on Aug. 23 honouring the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Commonwealth Games.

The Didi Society is looking for volunteers to assist with marketing and online sales. Must be a team player.  Experience with web design and social media an asset.

Sportability Victoria needs six volunteers to sell raffle tickets for a meat draw. All proceeds go to the boccia players for the rental of gym equipment, and transportation to tournaments throughout B.C. and elsewhere.

The First Open Heart Society is looking for a director to sit on the board to discuss operations of the society.  No previous experience required but a passion for the organizations objectives are a must.

 

 

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