Volunteer Positions and Descriptions
Training and previous experience is not a requirement, but good communication, organization skills and a regular commitment is. There are no set hours or days but whatever time you are able to give will make a huge difference to the organization and the children and young people whom we support.
- These volunteers may occasionally work the front desk in the office. This person may be the first face seen when clients enter the office. Duties can include greeting, checking in clients, and/or filing.
- Works with office staff in developing, planning, and executing events and educational programs
- Assisting in making document using Microsoft Word Office Programs
- Event Volunteers will welcome guest to events by signing them in on documents giving by the staff.
- Ushering our guest to their seats or designated locations
- Event set-up and Break down
Mentoring / Peer Support Group Leaders
- Program Volunteers will be working really close to the children that we will serve. As a Program Volunteer you will be responsible in leading peers support groups. (Must pass required trainings and Background Check)
- Program Volunteers will be working with children in the office but must be willing to travel to other facilities to lead the Peer Support Group
- Fundraising Volunteer will help in planning and managing fundraiser events
- Help increase communications with supporters
- Assist with general fundraising activities as needed
- Delivery Volunteers will use their on vehicles to drive and pick up or drop off supplies needed for the office or events as needed.
Communication / Social Media Volunteers
- Communication Volunteers will manage social media activity and expand online network
- Work with the Project Manager to develop an engagement strategy for online and offline audiences, coordinate web content, and ensure that all information is accurate and up to date