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Volunteer Project
Canada
Customer Support2 months ago
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Homework Angel • 2 hrs of weekly virtual 1:1 support a week through video conferencing • Family to provide volunteer with weekly learning objectives and homework as assigned • Volunteer will lead child through these activities and provide supplemental educational activities Or Activity Angel (Fun-In-A-Box Program) • Monthly box delivered right to the door of families and volunteers • Each box contains everything needed to complete two activities per child/volunteer per week • Approximately 2 hours of virtual connection with your NAN family a week through video conferencing Both virtual programs provide children with normalcy, routine, and engagement with a safe and trusted adult. Your support contributes to the overall wellbeing of the entire NAN family. To learn more about us, please visit https://nannyangelnetwork.com. If you are interested in joining our team: 1. Please apply by visiting https://nannyangelnetwork.com/apply/ 2. Select "BE A NANNY ANGEL-Toronto" OR a. "BE A HOMEWORK ANGEL-Toronto" OR b. "BE AN ACTIVITY ANGEL-Toronto" 3. Create a MY IMPACT ACCOUNT to complete the application If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at akash@nannyangelnetwork.com
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support3 months ago
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The JAYCEES, Scouts & Veterans have been conducting a short, yet meaningful, ceremony each year on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Their 9/11 Planning Committee is hoping volunteers, neighbors and families would like to participate on this solemn occasion of reflection and collective resilience among our American people and area wide citizens. This late afternoon moment of remembrance and pondering thoughts would be appropriate as they are always open to input and recommendations among our citizenry, public officials and volunteers. + Participants ( i.e., Clergy, Scouts, Students, Singers, Veterans, etc.) are welcome! Saturday, Sept. 11th, 2021 @ 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM Riverpoint Community Park 110 Hay Street, West Warwick Contact: P.O. Box 348 W. Warwick, R.I. 02893 [e] wwjayceeskc@aol.com (401) 828-9191 {fax} 823-9449 www.usjaycees.org
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support3 months ago
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Help.....Prepare the Arboretum & Riverwalk area for the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony! Volunteers needed for basic beautification & clean-up of the Arboretum & Eagle Scout Entrance to the Senator Roch Riverwalk doing general landscape tasks. Bring along your favorite garden tools or even a plant - let's together celebrate community! Date: Saturday, September 04th @ 10:Am - 1:Pm * Rain Date - Next Day (respecting Sunday services) Contact: wwJAYCEESkc@aol.com Thank You!
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Volunteer Project
Ireland
Customer Support4 months ago
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We are about to launch a free bi-monthly digital magazine focused on sustainability and circular economy. We require a passionate Coordinator to help us streamline the workflow. Your duties will include sending and receiving collateral from players, communicating directly with the editor, finding new people to interview for the magazine and any other duties that are required. Must have admin experience, preferably working with an NGO. Please include your cv when applying. Volunteers must be passionate about the environment and humanitarian issues and be based in the EU time zone. No chancers!
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Volunteer Project
Ireland
Customer Support4 months ago
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We require a volunteer project manager to coordinate a new project. Volunteers must be passionate about the environment and humanitarian issues and be willing to volunteer about 1 - 2 hours per day for the project. Amazing global remote team of dedicated and passionate people. Exciting projects are being launched. Please include your cv and any project management experience when applying for this position.
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support6 months ago
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A Corporate Cares Community Day - JAYCEES Alumni Members from Rhode Island, would be working side-by-side with Corporate Employees and/or Church Organizations in doing general landscape tasks that would refresh, adorn and overall beautify through watering/weeding/light raking/fertilizing/recreation restoration of the JAYCEE CORRIDOR & ARBORETUM and the entrance to the state Senator Donald Roch RIVERWALK. Contact JCS Alumni and schedule an event during the cultivating & planting season (April - October).
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Latino STEM Alliance is a non profit looking to expand it's capacity to host students for our remote robotics classes. This is a one-two hour per week commitment, where you will work either as a teachers assistant to hope students with coding activities from our all original curriculum, or teach a remote session of your own, independently.
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Volunteer Project
Vietnam
Customer Support1 year ago
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Volunteer care work is one of the most worthwhile activities you can get involved in, whether it is in a developed or a developing country. Throughout the world, there are vast numbers of children who are orphaned, neglected, or under-educated and in need of love, general care, and educational support. Care placements are a chance for volunteers on a college vacation, gap year, or career break to really make a difference to children who may otherwise have little or no mental stimulation in their lives. People are often unaware of the impact they can have on another person's life, with even the smallest gesture. What will volunteers do with Care? Care volunteers don’t need to be qualified or have previous experience. The only qualities that our volunteers need to possess are compassion for fellow human beings and a desire to improve the lives of those with domestic or physical circumstances less fortunate than their own. Although work varies depending on the institution where the volunteer is placed, typical examples of jobs and tasks can include assisting local staff in providing rehabilitation exercises and therapeutic treatments to children; entertaining/educating them with games, music, arts and other exercises; helping to develop fundraising initiatives to ensure ongoing funding for these institutions; and teaching English to local staff. It is important to note that a volunteer’s impact primarily depends on his or her initiative, motivation and willingness to be proactive. As such, different volunteers will have different experiences, even at the same project and so it is advisable that volunteers should not set their expectations too high. An active, creative, flexible, and open-minded attitude, coupled with goodwill and a warm heart, will allow you to make the best of your time here.
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Volunteer Project
Kenya
Customer Support1 year ago
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Colobus Conservation is eager to contribute to the scientific knowledge of this unique habitat found in Dini, the primates, wildlife that depend on it and the conflicts and solutions we are using to allow the wildlife to continue to survive alongside the human population and development. We have a number of long term research projects that research interns are able to participate in, these include, but are not limited to behavioral, home range and habitat use studies of the wild primates, enrichment engagement of our captive monkeys and pre-release assessments. Research interns must have completed and graduated from an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, have some field experience and ideally will commit for a minimum of 3 or a maximum of 6-month duration, however, shorter terms may be possible for some projects. You will be assigned your research project prior to arrival and be provided with anticipated working hours and methodology. With prior discussion and agreement, it may also be possible for MSc level students to use the data they collect from a long term project towards their thesis. We strongly encourage independent researchers of all levels to use Colobus Conservation as a research base accessing a wide range of habituated primates as well as Colobus Conservation's knowledge, contacts and accommodation facilities. In order to begin this process, take a look at our website under the menu item 'Volunteers'. Below are some of the conservation research projects that may be of interest to you and are important for further development of our conservation activities which include, Primate Electrocution, Primate Pets, Primate Vehicle Collisions, Primate Welfare, Primate Pests Behavior, and Deforestation. If you have a different topic that is of interest to you, that is also fine. Please email us at enquiries@colobusconservation.org to discuss the way forward. Prior to beginning the research, you will need to obtain the relevant permits from the Government of Kenya. You should allow a minimum of three months for this process. Please ask us for details on how to obtain the necessary research permits. Undergraduates are also encouraged to conduct their final year thesis under the guidance of Colobus Conservation, but due to the time limitations usually experienced for this research (i.e. less than three months) and the level of input required from our staff members, they are requested to apply as Eco-volunteers. Colobus Conservation also has long term data and data from on-going studies. We would be interested in students analyzing this data for their degree program in a collaborative effort.  
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support6 months ago
Summer Camp Program Assistant opportunities available! Camp Assistants work directly with language program participants Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM and assists Spanish Teachers and Program staff with activities, crafts, outdoor fitness and meal time Spanish immersion. Program Assistants must be able to communicate fluently in Spanish and English, be outgoing and engaging with elementary age children, and undergo a fingerprint Background clearance. Must Be Available to participate in a Pre-Program Training on June 3, 2021 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. To apply, see: https://www.redefinerswl.org/volunteer-registration
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support6 months ago
ReDefiners World Languages needs your help with a a drive up food distribution on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month from 10:30 AM for setup with the distribution beginning at 11:30 AM until 1:30 PM. We anticipate the number of people served will continue to increase after each distribution which served 70 families The second we are anticipating 100 families Duties include: • Sign-holding and directing traffic to the proper entrance to ensure proper traffic flow • Assisting with placing food vehicles • Documenting how each family learned of the distribution • Documenting the number of unique cars/households • Assist individuals interested in registering for classes to signup online using mobile device Non-Contact Distribution Masks Required Gloves available All activities outdoors Sign-up for one day or multiple days; we need you! To apply, see: https://www.redefinerswl.org/volunteer-registration
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support6 months ago
Purpose of Position: The Enrollment Assistant is responsible for providing key communication support with prospective students and assist them in enrolling students in classes with ReDefiners remotely. Duties & Responsibilities: • Work specific shifts to provide Web Chat Support for in-bound inquiries • Respond to Inbound/Outbound Email Support • Assist with Inbound/Outbound Phone Support • Convert Prospective students to enrolled students • Data Entry • Maintain accurate and organized records Length of Appointment: Ongoing; (6 month Min) Schedule: Approx. 3-15 hours per week 1-Shift = 3 hours 24/7 Availability Choose a shift that fits your schedule Support: ● Program Coordinators will provide direct guidance and task related training where applicable Requirements • Bilingual; English and Spanish, Arabic or Mandarin preferred • Friendly and customer service oriented • Proactive work ethic • Able to maintain accurate and organized records • Able to work well independently and within a team environment • Strong interpersonal skills • Strong communication skills; oral and written • Proficient with Google Drive and online data management • Experience with Salesforce or related CRM platform preferred Benefits: ● Opportunity to gain commission for student conversions ● Flexible Hours ● Professional Development ● Contribution to community initiative ● Free Language Classes To apply, see: https://www.redefinerswl.org/volunteer-registration
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
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Do you enjoy volunteering your time, skills, and energy on fundraising events that make a difference? Join us! Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center is planning for our next auction on April 24, 2021. Join our volunteer team of people who are passionate about the Little Bit mission. Today, our greatest need is procurement help, i.e. respectfully asking businesses and individuals to donate an item, service, or sponsorship for the auction. Recognizing that many businesses are struggling due to the impacts of COVID, we will focus on those businesses who appear to be navigating today's challenges successfully. We have letters, forms, and guidance to help. Your efforts will directly impact the mission of Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in Redmond, Washington. Learn more about our mission at www.littlebit.org. For more information or to get started, please contact Director of Volunteer Involvement Lindsay Shepard at lshepard@littlebit.org.
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Volunteer Job Description: Day Center Assistant Volunteer The role of the Day Center Assistant Volunteer is to support the staff by providing essential services to meet the needs of all women who come to the Day Center. Duties and Responsibilities  Reports to Volunteer Coordinator  Supports staff members in the kitchen by preparing and serving nutritious meals, organizing food supplies, processing food donations and cleaning kitchen areas  Assists clients in accessing laundry, showers, hygiene items and sleeping room  Participates in environmental upkeep, ensuring shelter space is clean and hygienic (i.e., vacuuming, trash disposal, sanitizing surfaces and Day Center common areas)  Organizes and sorts donations in the clothing room  Works on miscellaneous tasks or projects as assigned Requirements:  Must be 18 years or older; all genders are welcome as volunteers in this role  Demonstrates patience, compassion and a willingness to “roll up your sleeves” and help where needed.  Embraces EGH core values: Respect - honoring individuality o Inclusion- accepting and celebrating difference o Empathy- listening with understanding o Community - engendering a sense of belonging  Must be able to stand for a prolonged period of time and lift and/or carry up to 20 pounds. Working Conditions: Duties performed by the Day Center Assistant take place in the EGH Day Center. The volunteer in this role works directly with women who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless, as well as with staff, donors and other volunteers
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
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Are you looking to volunteer in one of the following counties: Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Johnston, Orange, and Wake? While COVID-19 has affected all of us in many ways, it has affected how Transitions LifeCare volunteers care for their patients and their caregivers in tremendous ways-we've suspended all in-person volunteer visits, but knowing that many of our patients live alone or in facilities where they can't have visitors, we wanted to find a new way to provide companionship. We have introduced virtual companionship visits, and our volunteers, patients, and caregivers have grown to love them! If you're interested in how you can bring hope and comfort we'd love to have you.
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Volunteer Project
Ukraine
Customer Support1 year ago
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We are looking for volunteers. Spend your time with orphan kids and explore our beautiful country. As a volunteer on this project there are going to be loads of different activities you can get involved with. You can help teach English to kids of all ages, play with the children so they gain confidence and learn to interact better with other people as well as arranging extra classes such as dance/music/drama and sports. You can also help with the day-to-day running of the orphanage, getting involved wherever help is needed. It is also really crucial to communicate the importance of protecting the environment to the children through whatever creative and informative methods you can come up with because, as time goes by, it will fall to them to really help conserve the Ukraine’s fertile plains, woodlands and National Parks. Your help for these children gives them an opportunity for a better life in the future. We have partnerships with several orphanages where you can volunteer. You have the option to work in several orphanages or spend your time in just the one. Volunteers have the option of staying with local host families.The local people are well known for their kindness and hospitality and they will help you understand their culture.Contact us at: ukraine.volunteer@gmail.com or WhatsApp at: +380-0681838283
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
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The Midwest Writing Center is always looking for volunteers to help staff the center, help with memberships and marketing, event support, and help with special projects. How you help is totally up to you. We are flexible with our schedule and happy to accommodate. Volunteering is a great way to get involved, become a part of the Center and our literary community, and network with other writers and authors. You can volunteer on a regular schedule, periodically, occasionally, sporadically, or for a season. If you are a student, being a volunteer is a great resume builder! If you are interested in volunteering as an intern, we are happy to work with your school to help you get credit, reimbursed, or realize other benefits for which you’re eligible through your institution. Please contact us for more information about how you can get involved: Midwest Writing Center Ryan Collins, Executive Director c/o RIPL 401 19th St. Rock Island, IL 61201 (309) 732-7330 mwc@midwestwritingcenter.org www.mwcqc.org
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Puppy Raiser Volunteers are vital to the success of our Service Dogs in Training. Volunteers provide a safe environment in which the dogs can learn, attend by-monthly training classes and socialize the service dog in training in public. Raising a future service dog is fun, rewarding and will change your life forever just as it will the person who the dog will serve. Please join us. I look forward to speaking with you.
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Volunteer Project
Kenya
Customer Support1 year ago
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There are a variety of long term projects or general activities an eco-volunteer can become involved in. Volunteers will be assigned specific duties depending upon individual experience, interest and current openings. These will include primate welfare/rescue, primate orphan care & rehabilitation, community outreach, conservation education, human/primate conflict management, reforestation/forest protection, research, primate pest, and waste management. The volunteers work involve cleaning and feeding the monkeys, hand-rearing orphaned animals, de-snaring the local forest, planting trees, onsite maintenance, conducting pest management assessments in the nearby hotels and to contribute in long term research projects Volunteers will not need any prior experience as we teach them in all they need to know. They will work under the close supervision of a staff member or a long term volunteer. What we ask for is a commitment, enthusiasm, self-motivation and an interest in conservation and wildlife. The volunteer will work under the close supervision of a staff member but they may sometimes be assigned duties to work independently. This will depend on their length of stay at the project and their capabilities.
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Work with our day to day volunteers to help maintain a clean and enjoyable facility for our cats
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Every day in the United States more than 565,000 children are living life-limiting, chronic conditions, and 5,000 of them are within the last 6 months of their lives. More than 53,000 children die in this country annually — over 80% in hospitals. These families experience financial, relational and emotional impact of such prolonged hospital stays. Ladybug House seeks to provide quality palliative care to children and young adults in a homelike setting that will ultimately improve the quality of life of the patient, and their families. Currently, there are only two children’s palliative care homes in the US. We see the building of Washington’s first family-centered palliative care home as an essential step towards our mission of providing respite for children, adolescents, young adults, and their families during the challenges of life-limiting illnesses. Ladybug House seeks to provide support to families during these unimaginable circumstances in a home full of life, love and respect. We will celebrate every day, every moment, and every life. We are seeking a Donor Relations Specialist to oversee the development and implementation of an innovative, efficient, effective and engaging stewardship program that tracks and measures the impact of LBH’s stewardship efforts. This position reports to the CEO and Founder of LBH, and collaborates closely with the key members of the LBH team. The Donor Relations Specialist is needed to: - Create stewardship strategies for the various donor segments at LBH - Create innovative stewardship efforts for a variety of channels that includes personal outreach, email, and social media - Ensure planned and executed stewardship efforts are properly recorded in LBH’s donor database - Serve as the primary contact on the Stewardship Team for organizational-wide donor stewardship efforts - Implementation of donor engagement efforts as outlined in LBH’s strategic plan - Develop internal process for collaborative development of donor stewardship strategies, particularly with appropriate Relationship Managers on the Stewardship Team - Assist in developing the annual budget and monitor program expenditures related to stewardship efforts The ideal Donor Relations Specialist possesses the following skills and attributes: - 1 year in donor relations and fundraising experience preferred; nonprofit or foundation experience strongly preferred - Proficiency in Little Green Light preferred - Experience in successfully coordinating and overseeing multiple projects - Skilled at networking and relationship building - Strong interpersonal and communication skills - Professional attitude and demeanor - Ability to be proactive and creative in donor stewardship activities - Experience working in a fast-paced environment - Strong writing skills - Computer skills include strong proficiency with Microsoft Office, contact management systems and web research The Donor Relations Specialist is a 6-12 month project, depending on your availability of hours (estimated 5-8 hours per week) and a volunteer position. You will work closely with the CEO and the Volunteer Coordinator. The schedule is flexible where volunteers have the freedom to determine their own hours. The Donor Relations Specialist position is a remote volunteer position where the volunteer can work from home or offsite. Volunteers should have access to a computer with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and Internet access. While our volunteers are not financially compensated for their effort, volunteers in this position can find the following benefits through assisting Ladybug House: - Be part of history! Ladybug House will be the first respite care facility of its kind for youth and families in the Pacific Northwest. - FREE educational workshops and training - Make a meaningful impact to youth, young adults, and families who are in need of palliative and respite care services. - Gain nonprofit industry experience to build resume. - Earn service-learning hours that can count toward school or university requirements. -Be a member of a community passionate about Ladybug House’s mission and vision.
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Volunteers are needed to help unload the food truck and to prep and serve boxes of food to the community
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Assist with BINGO at our senior center. Duties include: count money coming in for BINGO, be the runner to get cards that have called BINGO, and check to verify accuracy against the BINGO board.
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Volunteer Project
United States
Customer Support1 year ago
Additional volunteers are welcome to join the current team to help sort, price and organize donations. Assistance with cleaning is also needed. Comfortable with cash? Hours are Tues - Sat 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.