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Help us promote the Canada 150 for 150 Volunteer Challenge at various events.

Hosted by: KCR Community Resources (Part of Canada150)
4 of 4 spots filled, 0 pending applications

Position Information

Role
Special Events Volunteer
People Needed
4
Start date
Friday, March 3rd 2017, 9:00 pm
End date
Thursday, November 30th 2017, 8:07 pm
Apply by
Friday, March 24th 2017, 7:30 pm
LocationKelowna, British Columbia
Requirements
  • Criminal Record Check
  • Orientation & Training
  • Availability Needs & Time Commitment
    MorningsAfternoonsEveningsWeekdaysWeekends2-5 hours
    Skills Related:
    Causes Supported:

    Description:

    Special Events Volunteers will help us promote the Canada 150 for 150 Challenge throughout the Central Okanagan at various events. They will also help us promote volunteering in general. Events are held at various times and days. Volunteers will be asked to sign up for the openings that best suit their schedule.

    Also suitable for:

    • Youth (ages 13-18)

    Volunteers:

    Hosted By

     

    KCR Community Resources

    For over 35 years, KCR has provided services throughout the Central Okanagan (CO) and beyond. We are an incorporated Society, a Registered Charity and a BC registered legal entity.
    We are a multi-service agency providing services under five departments: Community Services, Family Services, Immigrant Services, Adoption Services and Employment Services.
    We promote self-reliance, client involvement, innovative partnerships, identified outcomes, and accountability. We focus on empowering all those with whom we work to play an active part in identifying community service gaps. Our organizational culture embraces diversity and the belief that every individual has intrinsic worth and the right to be treated with dignity, honesty, integrity and respect.
    KCR works closely with individuals, families, voluntary organizations, not for profit agencies, charities, businesses, educational institutions, and all levels of government to help the CO become a more inclusive community.
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