VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Mustard Seed in need of receptionist

James Bay Market Society requires helpers for Dickens Fair

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

The Mustard Seed seeks a friendly, organized volunteer receptionist who is fluent in English and possesses basic telephone and computer skills.

Victoria Rainbow Kitchen Society seeks an individual with a passion for providing a warm caring environment for guests and volunteers, plus an ability to work with a variety of personalities. The volunteer would oversee daily operations at the kitchen for up to 30 hours per week.

James Bay Market Society requires volunteers for morning and afternoon shifts at the Dec. 6 Dickens Fair. Enjoy complimentary beverages, fun atmosphere, music and the opportunity to buy from the best local artisans and crafters.

CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum is looking for a volunteer to log archive donations. Reference sources and personal assistance are available. Patience and neat handwriting are assets.

Island Health is looking for child health clinic volunteers to check in parents who arrive with their children for immunizations, assist parents, record information and pass it to the public health nurse.

Seedy Saturdays and the James Bay Market Society are looking for a social media and website volunteer with an interest in gardening and experience using alternate programs and social media.

Thrifty Foods Sendial program, a grocery shopping and delivery service program for customers unable to shop in-store, is looking for volunteers who love to talk and/or to shop. Shifts are three to four hours.

 

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