Volunteer: Make a difference

Nonprofit organizations through the Okanagan are looking for people like you.

Do you want to develop passion for a cause and strengthen a charity to better serve their clients? These nonprofits are looking for people like you.

The Society of Hope is looking for three board members. This Christian organization has become the largest non-profit housing charity in the Interior of BC.

Successful applicants will be collaborative, facilitative and inclusive. Ideal candidates will bring networking and professional skills to the board table.

Send your resume or bio to hopeadmin@shawbiz.ca.

Help stop impaired driving and support victims of this violent crime with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

As treasurer, you would enter accounting information, prepare financial reports and budget. Contact Carol Fazekas at 250-317-9877 or infomaddokanagan@gmail.com.

The MS Society is looking for board members to make a two year commitment. They will have strong leadership abilities, business development knowledge, accounting skills, and a passion to make the lives of others better.

The MS Society is also seeking a volunteer coordinator to help make the Scotiabank MS Walk on May 5 a fun experience.

Contact Miriam King at 250-762-5850 or info.okanagan@mssociety.ca.

Managing volunteers and working with key staff members is a fulfilling way to meet people and make friends. As a special events assistant with the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs, your reach would influence their family festivals, golf tournament and Be A Angel Christmas Hampers to name a few possibilities.

Call or email Richelle Lawrence at 250-762-3914 or info@boysandgirlsclubs.ca

Check out other volunteer opportunities at Kelowna Community Resources, www.kcr.ca.

 

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