The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, has volunteer positions available as part of the Communications Volunteer Team. Reporting to the Communications Lead Volunteer, the Public Relations Team Member will volunteer to help promote the Canadian Red Cross and its programs and services through engagement with media and developing content.
Responsibilities could include:
Act as a spokesperson in times of disaster and/or facilitate local media requests (key messaging provided).
Positions the Canadian Red Cross as the charity of choice during fundraising appeals
Research, write and edit stories to promote the work of the Canadian Red Cross at the local level
Supports the Communications Department with media training
Create audio-visual content for use on social media locally and provincially
Support promotion of Red Cross activities through social media
Proactively pitches story ideas to the media to promote Red Cross services and programs
Participates with proactive media pitches locally to garner media coverage for Red Cross in their region
Works with Emergency Management department to gather content during appeals or when profiling local Red Cross volunteers
Performs other duties, as required
At AGE-ON we offer an iPad Training Program for Older Adults. The Program is 6 weeks long and runs once a week for 2 hours. It is a classroom-style learning environment, which offers 1:1 assistance from a mentor/volunteer. Volunteers are vital to the program and can expect to work very closely with 1 or 2 participants.
These sessions take place in Hamilton. We offer general references, reference letters and skills endorsements on LinkedIn upon completion of volunteering.
We have upcoming spots available for our October/November sessions.
As a Canadian Blood Services volunteer, you will be helping to promote and recruit students for the upcoming Blood Donation Drive on November 7th (10a-3p) in the DBARC building.
We have 4 planned outreach dates on:
Wednesday Oct 30 | 11am – 2pm | Fennell Campus
Tuesday Nov 5 | 11am – 2pm | Fennell Campus
Tuesday Oct 29 | 11am – 2pm | Stoney Creek Campus
Wednesday Nov 6 | 11am - 2pm | Fennell Campus
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, is seeking a Transportation Volunteer Driver. Reporting to the Transportation Assistant Manager, the Transportation Volunteer Driver, will provide Transportation services to and from various appointments for seniors and individuals with physical mobility difficulties who are unable to use public transportation.
Hamilton Mountain- Green Party of Canada , Dave Urquhart is looking for volunteers for various positions. Some of the roles are volunteer coordinator, sign manager, canvass coordinator, events coordinator and fundraising coordinator.
These various roles are essential to a successful political campaign. Students will work directly with the Political Candidate, the Official Agent and the public to learn about public relations, fundraising, event execution, politics, volunteer coordination, leadership, management, and project ownership hands on.
Barton Village Business Improvement area is looking for volunteers to help out for different events.
Help us prepare the Barton Remembers Project - we are looking to research information on some of the sacrifices made through the first two world wars and create a walking tour along Barton where participants can walk along reading memories and stories.
The Hamilton Literacy Council is looking for volunteer tutors to teach English-speaking adults basic reading, writing, math and/or computer skills.
Our next Orientation session is: Wednesday, September 25th at 1:00 or 6:00
Our two day workshop is: Saturday, September 28th and Saturday, October 5th from 9:00 to 4:00
Home Hospice Hamilton-Halton is looking for volunteers for various positions such as event coordinator, gardening,-work, social media, and many more.
Home Hospice Hamilton-Halton is a new Chapter of HHA. We are a Federally Registered Not-for-Profit. Our Board of Directors has chosen four HHA programs to offer in this Chapter: Bello Project~ you would be helping to take care of the pets of people diagnosed with a life-limiting illness so they can keep their pet throughout their dying journey; HOPP- Helping Our Precious Pediatrics~ you would be helping to organize (outreach to families, coordination of entertainers, food, art therapy work) and/or run a day for children with life-limiting illnesses and their families to attend a day of entertainment, lunch, and the creation of a legacy piece; Pre and Perinatal Hospice~ you would be helping to spread the word about this program by contacting doctors' offices and hospitals, be part of the care-giving team; Hospice at Home~ helping people diagnosed with life-limiting illnesses to stay living in their home by doing house upkeep, spending time with them, grocery shopping, sitting bedside,... In addition to these four programs, we set up a booth at events so you could be handing out information, you might help give presentations to Boomers to recruit them as volunteers, you could help make our social media presence better. Whatever you're passionate about or skills you have to offer, we need you! We offer hospice care to anyone of any age, at any time, under any roof.
The Canadian Red Cross is looking for a number of volunteers to fill a selection of roles. The following are volunteer positions they are looking to fill:
Personal Disaster Assistance (PDA) Responder
Personal Disaster Assistance (PDA) Supervisor
Emergency Response Team (ERT) Responder
Emergency Response Team (ERT) Supervisor
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.
Anouar Association is currently looking for Coding coaches to teach our beneficiary members.
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Do something worthwhile: Anouar Association's Altruistic Goal for the Youth of Morocco
Volunteerism, according to Meriam-Webster Dictionary, is an act of doing something that requires time, skill, service and availability to do a job in a community without any payment or without expecting anything in return. It is considered to be a social responsibility of an individual to society. Being a volunteer is offering oneself to the needs of others and being compassionate enough to the beck and call of the less fortunate who needed to be helped. Generosity and selflessness are the key traits of volunteerism.
Anouar Association has been an advocate to enrich the lives of the less fortunate kids and elders in Ait Faska, a community found in the province of Marrakech, Morocco. Since it was founded on January 5, 2017, its main goal is to give assistance through fundraising projects, encouraging privileged people to volunteer and ask donations from partner organizations. Mr. Mohamed Dekkak, the founder and chairman of Anouar Association came up with different volunteering programs to our brothers and sisters who belong to the poverty line. One of these various programs is the call for Coding Coaches to share their skills and talents in computer coding to help the kids of Ait Faska see the importance of computers in the global competition and be able to help them seek and land future careers in information technology and computer science.
Join now and be a generous volunteer for future computer coders like you!
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