VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Seniors program needs assistant co-ordinator

Other volunteers also needed for copy writing, board treasurer and event support

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

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Assistant co-ordinator: Gordon Head United Church’s Seniors Connecting Seniors project seeks an assistant co-ordinator.

Media copy writer: Volunteer Victoria is looking for a writer to format volunteer column ads for print, TV and Twitter. Requires strong computer skills and experience with graphic design tools.

ESL teacher’s assistant: The Victoria Inter-Cultural Association is looking for a person with experience working with ESL learners to assist with the delivery of English as a Second Language classes that are offered on a weekly basis.

Board treasurer: The First Open Heart Society of Victoria is seeking a board treasurer that will monitor the financial activities of the society ensuring that all financial records are accurate and complete.

Event support: Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for people to provide general event support assistance at their Collectable Show fundraiser to be held at Pearkes Recreation Centre on Oct. 24 and 25.

Community support worker: Sandy Merriman House, a women’s emergency/homeless shelter, is looking to recruit a team of volunteers to provide one-on-one support to women accessing services.

Media relations specialist: CAFÉ Vancouver Island is looking for an individual who enjoys working with the media, has a flexible time schedule, and can commit to two hours per week.

Studio volunteer: The Pandora Arts Collective is looking for a person to help organize and in general support the effective operation of an open arts studio.

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