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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society of Canada Okanagan Chapter
The MS Ambassadors and Leadership Volunteers program aims to help the MS Society of Canada, BC and Yukon Division reach out and be more visible. Through this program, individuals will have the opportunity to become involved in the work of the MS Society in a very distinct and substantial way in areas of interest to each person. Fundraising, Government Relations and Advocacy, Research, Programs and Services and Public Awareness are examples of streams where MS Ambassadors can participate in sharing information about MS and the MS Society. MS Ambassadors are chosen based on their ability and interest in advancing mission of the MS Society.
Board Member   Kelowna 
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Central Okanagan Chapter
We currently have openings for Board Members to join our Chapter Board of Directors. The board members attend monthly meetings and work towards positively promoting MADD in the community.  
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
Board Position - Secretary   Kelowna  Lake Country  Peachland  Westside 
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Central Okanagan Chapter
Our Chapter is currently looking for someone to take on the role of Secretary for our Chapter. 
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.
Activity Group Assistant   Kelowna  Lake Country  Peachland  Westside 
Pathways Abilities Society
The Activity Group Assistant volunteers in Pathways Activity Service and/or the Social Recreation service. The activity group is supported by a Pathways employee, and the Activity Group Assistant interacts with people who are participating in the activity. The Activity Group Assistant offers encouragement and guidance, and input regarding the activity structure. Activity groups encompass a wide range of interests.
Regional District of Central Okanagan, Development Services - Planning Section
The Planning Section of Development Services is seeking volunteers who reside in the North Westside or the Trepanier/Brent Road areas to serve on its Central Okanagan West Advisory Planning Commission (APC COW). The APC COW advises the Regional Board on policy changes relating to planning issues and their possible impact on the community. Meetings are held approximately once a month. For more information, please visit www.regionaldistrict.com or contact the Regional District at planning@cord.bc.ca or 250-469-6227.
Regional District of Central Okanagan, Development Services - Planning Section
The Agricultural Advisory Commission members advise the Regional Board, other Commissions and staff regarding agricultural issues and the potential impact of planning decisions on agriculture. For more information, please visit www.regionaldistrict.com or contact the Regional District at planning@cord.bc.ca or 250-469-6227.
Regional District of Central Okanagan, Development Services - Planning Section
The Planning Section of Development Services is seeking volunteers within the Regional District to serve on its Environmental Advisory Commission (EAC). The EAC advises the Regional Board on the environmental aspects of land use and planning applications and their impact on the community. Meetings are held approximately once a month.  
 
For more information, please visit www.regionaldistrict.com or contact the Regional District at planning@cord.bc.ca or 250-469-6227.
Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs
This is an excellent opportunity for students or graduates looking for experience or networking. This is also a great opportunity for adults who feel that they have the skills to share with the youth we serve. The Drop-In Program provides a safe place to be for youth between the ages of 13-24. 
 
We provide: 
- Access to basic needs, including food, clothing, shelter, access to showers and laundry 
- Supervision and engagement 
- Support, mentoring, and positive relationships 
- Recreational activities and opportunities 
- Life-skills training and employment-seeking support 
- Advocacy and referrals to appropriate community resources 
 
We are seeking volunteers for various roles: 
- house-keeping 
- picking up donations 
- administrative tasks 
- meal preparation 
- mentoring, supervising and engaging youth 
- distributing basic needs items 
- leading or supporting skill-based workshops & activities 
 
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
- Ensure that the Agency’s Mission Statement and Core Values are demonstrated in everyday practice 
- Assist in engaging the youth in a variety of programs and activities.