VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Helpers needed by Canucks Autism Network

Youth clinic, thrift store and others also need a helping hand

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

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Canucks Autism Network (Victoria b)ranch is looking for volunteers in the Capital Regional District to assist trained and qualified staff in their delivery of fun athletic activities designed to teach kids with Autism basic movement skills.

Victoria Youth Clinic is looking for volunteers to assist in their waiting area.  Successful applicants will be required to provide a clean criminal records check.  Please visit victoriayouthclinic.ca and call to arrange an appointment to discuss.

James Bay Community Project is looking for volunteers to help operate its Community Closet Thrift Store. This is an opportunity where you can meet others in your community and learn practical skills. Many shifts available.

Ready To Rent B.C. is looking for a technically-skilled volunteer to help revamp and update its website.

Victoria Therapeutic Riding Association is looking for volunteers to help out in its Used Tack Store. A basic understanding of horseback riding equipment is required.

Victoria Screamers Boccia Club is looking for energetic volunteers to help out at its tournament in Langford over Nov. 8 and 9.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria is looking for in-school mentors. Volunteers are matched with a child at a local elementary school and visit the child for one hour each week during the school year.

The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria is looking for volunteers that will support adult newcomers as they learn more about Canadian life and culture.

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