VOLUNTEER VICTORIA: Victoria Hospice looking for bedside singers

Want to volunteer? Opportunities are available through these positions at Volunteer Victoria.

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

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The Victoria AM Association is looking for dedicated and personable people to meet at least two cruise ships per week. Volunteers put a friendly face on Victoria and provide visitors with local tourist information and souvenir handouts to make their visit to Victoria more memorable.

The Victoria Hospice is looking for bedside singers to work in pairs and sing lullaby-type songs to palliative patients in their rooms at Victoria Hospice.

The Cridge Centre for the Family is looking for a volunteer to co-direct their October event, Ride for Refuge. The event is a fundraiser to support charities that care for people who are vulnerable, displaced and exploited.

Ballet Victoria is looking for an office assistant to help with general office duties, such as answering phones, maintaining the database, etc.

The B.C. Aviation Museum is looking for a marketing and publicity coordinator to publicize events and to develop marketing strategies with the board to increase awareness and raise funds for capital projects.

The Cool Aid Society is looking for a computer access volunteer to help people struggling with homelessness to reconnect with their families and build important job-readiness skills. Volunteers help supervise the free access computer room at Rock Bay Landing.

The Land Trust Alliance of B.C. is looking for a volunteer bookkeeper familiar with Simply Accounting to work one to two days per month.

The Mustard Seed is looking for volunteers to work four-hour shifts on Saturdays in the food bank, sorting food donations and packing food hampers.

 

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