VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Special Olympics needs a bowling coach

Helpers are also needed by the Red Cross, Victoria Community Health Co-operative and Glenwarren Lodge among others

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

Special Olympics is looking for a five-pin bowling head coach to prepare lesson plans and direct athletes and assistant coaches. Practices take place Tuesday evenings at Miracle Lanes in Sidney.

Canadian Red Cross, is looking for an extreme weather volunteer for the disaster management program. Ideal candidates are flexible, have excellent communication skills, and an ability to make decisions under stress.

Victoria Community Health Co-operative is looking for a graphic designer who has their own software to help the co-operative create posters and other print media.

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

Glenwarren Lodge is looking for a volunteer for about one hour every week. The volunteer would take the truck cart from room to room and sell items from it to residents of the long-term care facility.

Canadian Cancer Society needs team players who are looking for opportunities to make a positive impact in their community to fill various positions for the annual Daffodil campaign.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Victoria is looking for in-school mentors who would be matched with a child at a local elementary school and would visit the child for one hour per week for the duration of the school year.

 

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