VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Help students find their way around UVic

Helpers also needed at Craigdarroch Castle and Aberdeen Hospital

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

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UVic Orientation is looking for current or recently graduated students to help introduce new students and families to the University of Victoria. Get connected with the university community while developing new skills and making new friends.

Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group is looking for a volunteer to help draft a training manual for staff and volunteers that will allow the organization to properly maintain the group’s ever expanding library of books, journals and films.

Craigdarroch Castle needs volunteer writing translators to translate documents from English to foreign languages for marketing purposes. Must be completely fluent in English and at least one other language.

Aberdeen Hospital needs a Wii expert who would like to share their love of video games with others. Friday morning shifts available.

Victoria Hospice Society needs friendly people to assist customers with sales and donations. A commitment of one four-hour shift a week over the period of a minimum of six months is all that is required.

Victoria Cool Aid Society needs help making sure supporters know how much they are appreciated.  No sales or marketing, just showing gratitude and thankfulness on behalf of the society.

Victoria Aids ReSource Community Service Society is looking for a volunteer board member with strong leadership skills to help achieve VARCS’s mission and goals.

Power of Hope is looking for a specialized database management expert to migrate data from Salesforce to Sumac.

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