The Cary Castle Mews Tea Room is looking for volunteers to greet guests, take food and beverage orders, clear table and wash dishes. There is a minimum of 4 hours required per week from May 21st to August 30th. If you are interested in joining the dynamic team of dedicated volunteers contact Cynthia Vance at
Kidz Helping Kids is a new initiative that invites kids to give back to their community and helps inspire a philanthropic mindset. Opportunities will include being ambassadors at community events, help at the toy workshop and Christmas hamper distribution. It is our hope that in providing an opportunity for youth to learn about why and how some kids need help, it will help to build compassionate kids who want to make a difference and thereby building the next generation of philanthropists. Santas works not only at Christmas but all year round through special grants, and helping sending kids to camp.
Could we please ask that you distribute the attached information? In short, we are looking for two things:
1) Two youth leaders:
We are putting on a multicultural dance and food festival this weekend, June 8 and 9, in Centennial Square.
We still need more volunteers for things like helping with recycling, stage hands, putting up and taking down of canopies, positioning tables etc.
This is a really fun, free admission event with 5 different ethnic food trucks as well as colourful dance performances by over 30 ethnic groups.
Please contact our volunteer co-ordinator, Tina Rezvani, firstname.lastname@example.org for information - or simply show up at Centennial Square at 5 pm tomorrow, Friday June 7, for the orientation.
Any questions, please email email@example.com to reach our Directors, or myself firstname.lastname@example.org
All volunteers get a free T-shirt!
~ Rosemary Garnet
The Maritime Museum of BC is currently seeking Visitor Service Volunteers to assist us with our Front Desk operations. This is a service-oriented position that gives volunteers the opportunity to interact with visitors from around the world and to share BC's maritime history and culture. Our exhibit this summer explores the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, so it is also an excellent opportunity to engage with important ocean conservation issues. Duties include welcoming visitors into the Museum; processing admissions and memberships; making Gift Shop sales; and promoting and selling tickets for our special events, workshops, and tours.
Special benefits for regular volunteers include:
-Complimentary annual individual membership to the Maritime Museum of BC.
-10% off in the Museum Gift Shop
-Volunteers are invited to participate in selected programs related training along side the summer students.
We are currently looking for volunteers to cover the Front Desk during a variety of times throughout the week. Shifts are weekly or bi-weekly, and training is provided.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in coming on board!
The James Bay Community School Centre is a non-profit organization committed to serving the people of James Bay by providing quality services and programs at an affordable cost. These include recreation and community development classes, community meal programs, childcare, youth programs and special events.
We are currently planning for our 19th Annual Community Picnic and Silent Auction fundraiser, and am in search for some volunteers. I’m looking for volunteers to help with a range of things such as supervising our bouncy castles, supervising our kinderplay area, helping with mini games for our younger children, face painting, set-up, take-down and more.
The Picnic is James Bay Community School Centre’s primary fundraising event and community festival. The Community Picnic beckons a crowd of upwards of 500 community members of all ages, who enjoy the afternoon’s festivities such as music, entertainment, food, games, activities, information booths and a silent auction.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact:
Recreation Program Coordinator
James Bay Community School Centre
140 Oswego Street, Victoria BC V8V 2B1
www.jamesbaycentre.ca l T 250.389.1470
ARE YOU GUTSY ENOUGH TO COME OUT AND JOIN US? Gutsy Walk is the signature national fundraising event for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada. Over 60 communities across Canada will come together on June 2nd, 2019 to raise money in support of advancing research on these chronic diseases. Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis touches 1 in every 140 Canadians.
Currently, we are scheduling walk-day volunteers for a variety of roles including:
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Viewfield is currently needing Volunteers to fill The Food Line (Clean and Glean-to quality check, clean and put together fresh produce food hampers for community) Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are needing to be filled as regular Volunteer shifts-we would love it of some of you could step up to fill these days regularly-this would be amazing help Thanks so much for all you do.
We are also in need of folks to fill Wednesdays and Thursdays in the kitchen at Viewfield, any week day that you could offer on a regular basis would be amazing help! Your Volunteer Service makes such a difference
We are also looking for Volunteer Reception help Mon.-Fri. at Viewfield If this is something that would be a fit for you, please let us know as soon as possible😊
Please contact me at 778-677-1335 or Taryn@mustardseed.ca, if you could offer a helping hand to fill these regular shifts for us. Maybe you are thinking of switching your Volunteer role or days and trying something new…sound exciting?