VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: James Bay Market Society is looking for an on-site supervisor

Want to volunteer? Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria

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

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James Bay Market Society is looking for an on-site supervisor to work with a team at its Seedy Saturday event on Feb. 21. Supervisors would manage and direct other volunteers, set up signage, and provide directions to the public.

Greater Victoria Public Library is looking for teen volunteers to use their skills with computers and other new technologies to connect with people in the community and earn volunteer hours. First time volunteers can register for a Teen Tech Buddy training session at gvpl.ca, or see gvpl.ca/teenvolunteers for more information.

Victoria Rainbow Kitchen Society is looking for a volunteer coordinator. Tasks include maintaining volunteer records, developing and organizing volunteer orientation, maintaining a list of active volunteers and organizing volunteer appreciation.

Victoria Health Cooperative is looking for a candidate to participate on its working board, where each director takes a role in at least one aspect of managing the co-op, or one of its programs.

The Mustard Seed is seeking highly organized and detail-oriented individuals to volunteer as development assistants.

YM/YWCA Downtown is seeking Adventure Club Volunteers from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Volunteers assist the instructors and engage children and youth in activities. They promote learning and making new friends in a safe and fun environment for all participants.

Hope Through Achievement Foundation is looking for someone with grant writing experience to come into the office for a few hours a week to filter potential grant providers, from a secured data base.

Town of View Royal is looking for an archival collections assistant for a variety of museum/archive collection management and curatorial activities that will enrich the town’s map collection.

 

 

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