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Responsibilities: attending monthly meeting create monthly agenda record and distribute monthly minutes
Commitment: 1-year commitment and must attend 1 meeting a month.
No Experience necessary. We provide all the training.
As a Director at Large you will attend monthly board meetings and provide your input, you will provide suggestions and recommendations as a board member and join 1 committee.
Approx. 2 - 4 hrs/mth
No experience necessary - all training provided.
Be part of making a positive change in your community, Volunteer with MADD Today!
Make a difference to children and their families by volunteering on our board. We're looking for seasoned professionals with expertise in:
- human resources
- information technology
Established in 1977, the mission of Childhood Connections – Okanagan Family and Childcare Society is to support safe, secure and healthy environments for children; to encourage quality and excellence in childcare; to provide information, services and programs that enhance the capacity of parents/guardians and childcare providers; build community partnerships to strengthen service-delivery and reduce duplication of services.
If you're a team player with a passion for making a difference to children and their families and have experience in one of the above areas, we want to hear from you. Prior experience on a board is not required.
Please contact Michelle Hunt to learn more about Childhood Connections – Okanagan Family and Childcare Society, talk to one of the current Board Members or request an application form.
The MADD Central Okanagan Chapter is a local grassroots not-for-profit organisation and is currently recruiting board members to join our Chapter board.
Our mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.
Board Member Required:
1. no experience necessary - all training provided
2. attend monthly board meetings
3. assist (as necessary) chapter community events
4. provide input and ideas to continue to grow and support the chapter
5. min. commitment of 1 - 2 years
Help with our Project Red Ribbon campaign, awareness programs or fundraisers. Become a Victim Support Volunteer or work with youth in the community.
If you would like to contribute your efforts to these and other important initiatives, we would love to hear from you.
Abbeyfield Kelowna has an opportunity for someone who would like to volunteer to enrich the lives of local seniors. Someone with leadership qualities and management experience is sought who is willing to join the local volunteer Abbeyfield board and in time accepts the President’s position involving chairing monthly board meetings, oversight of committees and responsibility for board succession planning. Probable time commitment 5 hours per month. For additional information please contact the chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also need a volunteer to assist board members with light maintenance - no heavy or trade-related work. Light garden work always needed as well.
In addition, there is an opening for a regional Abbeyfield Canada director, who would sit on the National Board and work with the Abbeyfield houses in the BC interior area. Time commitment 10 hours per month. For additional information for the National Board please contact James Galloway at email@example.com.
We are a transition home for men struggling with addictions and our mission is to provide Home, Health and Hope. We have created a unique environment where residents can fully focus on their recovery and personal development while living in a safe and supportive community setting.
We proudly work in partnership with BC Housing Corporation, the Ministry of Social Development and Interior Health to provide affordable, supportive housing and rehabilitation to those in need.
Since its inception in 2008, Ozanam Recovery House has helped more than 300 men change their lives and grow into healthier citizens contributing to society.