Volunteer Victoria

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

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

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B.C. Cancer Agency is recruiting a number of volunteer positions including opportunities to work directly with patients and in its two businesses (the TLC café and Pebbles gift shop).

Broadmead Care needs more volunteers to join its team. Volunteers needed for the gift shop and to support music and activity programs on evenings and weekends.  A volunteer is also needed to accompany residents of Nigel House to community health appointments.

The Island Sexual Health Society board is searching for two directors to join its board. It’s recruiting board members with leadership skills and experience in communications/public relations or accounting/finance.

The University of Victoria English Language Centre is looking for conversation partners. Are you interested in chatting with ESL students? Do you want to learn about another culture?.

Burnside Gorge Community Association is hosting the annual Selkirk Waterfront Festival on May 23. For a full list of positions or to apply, please email Kathy at selkirkvolunteercoord.bgca@gmail.com.

The Mustard Seed is looking for groups and individuals to volunteer in the food bank warehouse on Saturdays helping to prepack food hampers and sort donations. Shifts go from 9 a.m. to1 p.m.

The Quadra Village Community Centre is looking for gardeners to assist with the spring clean up and for general upkeep of surrounding beds and shrubs. Duties would include light pruning, weeding and occasional planting. Equipment is supplied.

 

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