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Share your expertise and help build capacity of our local non-profit sector.

Hosted by: KCR Community Resources
Position Information
Workshop Facilitator
Start date
Friday, November 23rd 2018, 7:00 pm
End date
Thursday, February 28th 2019, 9:00 pm
LocationKCR Community Resources, 620 Leon Ave, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1Y 9T2Map
  • flexible work schedule to allow for daytime workshop facilitation, some early evening workshops as well; experience in Human Resources or Volunteer Management or Fund Development or Grant Writing or Sponsorships or Board Development
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    KCR utilizes experienced volunteer workshop facilitators to help build capacity within our local non-profit organizations. Facilitators lead workshops such as Overview of Volunteer Management, Fund Development Overview, Grant Writing Essentials, Board Bootcamps and many more!

    Measurable Effect of this Position

    4 Hours Volunteered = 10 non-profits increased their knowledge and capacity

    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.