The Red Cross Club Coordinator receives support, guidance, and encouragement from the Volunteer Management Team. She or he has access to relevant learning opportunities and materials that prepare for and support this role. Attend relevant workshops or trainings that will lead to growth, development and continued volunteer service.
Meet with Red Cross Club officers and Club Advisor/Sponsor at beginning of school year.
Be available to attend Club meetings as necessary or requested by Club leaders, or arrange for attendance by other chapter leadership.
Be available to attend Club events/activities and fundraisers as necessary or requested by Club leaders, or arrange for attendance by other chapter leadership.
Assist the Red Cross Club officers with Club registration/renewal process on Volunteer Connection, including ensuring the Club Constitution is approved and submitted.
Lead efforts to get all Red Cross Club members registered quickly in Volunteer Connection and added into the proper Club GroupShare.
Ensure that the Club enters all Club Events in Volunteer Connection (using the Club Events tab).
Approve volunteer hours of Red Cross Club members in Volunteer Connection.
Provide Club with guidance and resources to be successful.
Provide Club with Brand Guidelines and style guidelines and provide guidance about the use of the brand.
Provide Club access to promotional materials on Brand Central for Club recruitment, Club member recognition, Club events and fundraisers, as needed.
Integrate Club members into the activities of the local Red Cross unit.
Provide Club members with volunteer opportunities through multiple lines of service.
Create and maintain an environment where youth feel empowered to lead and mobilize peers in community service projects addressing local and global issues.
Provide recognition opportunities for youth and young adult volunteers throughout the year.
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross Central California Region serves over 4.2 million residents throughout 11 counties: Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare and Ventura.
Boots on the Ground -- Your role could be to respond to home fires and other emergencies in your community, conduct in-home smoke alarm installation and fire safety education visits, or working in a wildfire shelter providing safe accommodations.
Instructor/Presenter positions to deliver education programs focused on preparedness, disasters and how to "Be Red Cross Ready" to adults and youth.
Client Facing Help Our Clients - Your role could be working with a family after a home fire, helping people locate loved ones after a war or natural disaster, or assisting military families with emergency communications and other services. This work can be emotionally draining but also deeply satisfying as you provide aid and comfort in someone’s time of need.
Lead the Way - "Leadership" volunteers guide our efforts, inspire our volunteers and hold us accountable to the highest standards. Your role could be to lead a small team of fellow volunteers, act as an advisor to a Red Cross Club for youth, or joining our Board of Directors.
Tell the Red Cross Story - Communications & Outreach volunteers educate the public about Red Cross services and stories in your community. Your role could be to represent the Red Cross at community events, work with your local media, or tell Red Cross stories through marketing, social media, or photography.
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
1300 W Shaw Suite 4BFresno, CA93711
October 26, 2020
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
2 hours per week or 8-10 hours per month, flexible scheduling, six month commitment