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All Are Family Outreach
All Are Family Outreach (AAFO) is a 100% volunteer-run grassroots charity serving those in dire need from Armstrong to West Kelowna. AAFO relies solely on generous donations from individuals and organizations.  
 
What does AAFO do? 
We provide basic food necessities for anyone in need. Clothe children and adults. Take suicide calls, child abuse calls and depression calls. Help abused women get away from their attackers and start anew. Help people find housing rentals. Give hampers to families. Buy shoes needed to work. Assist individuals with finding a home better suited to their disabilities. Help people find, start or keep employment. Transport needed baby items and furniture. Buy life-saving medication for people when they just can't afford it. All thanks to our sponsors, donors and volunteers! 
 
Consider helping us by volunteering! We're looking for someone who has a little bit of time during weekdays to make friendly phone calls to potential sponsors.
Board members   Kelowna  Lake Country  Peachland  Westside 
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Central Okanagan Chapter
Board of Directors - as a board member, you will commit to attending 1 board meeting a month and actively participated in the conversations. Help decide where the Chapter will go, support other board members, attend community events (as possible).
Canadian Red Cross, Kelowna Office
Do you want to make a difference in your community? 
Join the world’s largest humanitarian network. The Canadian Red Cross, a not for profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping the most vulnerable in Canada and throughout the world, is currently seeking an Emergency Response Team (ERT) Responder Volunteer for the Emergency Management program. 
 
What will you do 
Working collaboratively as part of an experienced team of trained responders, supervisors and a site manager, you will: 
Conduct emergency preparedness activities; Assess the needs of those affected by an emergency event; Provide services such as shelter, food, clothing, registration of evacuees; Provide emotional care and comfort within an emergency shelter, community reception centre, community recovery centre or through outreach activities in the community. 
 
The Canadian Red Cross is committed to gender equality and social inclusion in our workplace. All volunteer applicants will receive consideration without regard to sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, colour, religion, nationality, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. We welcome applications from all applicants particularly Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, visible minorities, and others who may contribute to the diversification and share our values. 
 
Please notify us as soon as possible of any adaptive measures you might require at any stage of the recruitment process.