VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Salvation Army seeking spiritual care volunteers

Want to volunteer? Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria

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

Cridge Transition House for Women is looking for a transition house support volunteer to work under the direction of CTHW staff and enhance the services the CTHW provides to make them as welcoming, safe, and supportive as possible.

The Salvation Army is seeking spiritual care volunteers with excellent communication and relational skills to work with vulnerable individuals for two to 20 hours per week. Experience in addiction and mental health, and a background in spiritual care are helpful.

The YM/YWCA downtown is looking for volunteer coordinators to facilitate programs and provide customer service and support to the members and participants of the adult intermediate/advanced volleyball and badminton programs.

Victoria Health Cooperative is looking for a volunteer for a few hours a week who can organize, file, create order out of something approaching paper-mountain chaos, and is willing to work in a home office.

James Bay Community Project is looking for an organized and patient individual for a short term volunteer opportunity to help a senior organize their papers.

Special Olympics Victoria is looking for a volunteer who has good interpersonal skills, is a competent user of Microsoft Office, and who knows or is willing to learn to use MS Access to register athletes who wish to participate in their youth and adult programs.

Rocky Point Bird Observatory is looking for volunteers to help sew the bags that keep birds safe, dry and warm while being transported from the nets to the bird banding table. If you can sew a straight line with a sewing machine, you are qualified.

The Alzheimer Society is seeking volunteers to fill various positions for the Investors Group Walk for Memories.

 

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