St. Louis, MO - Volunteer Listings Coordinator
Doing Good Together
The St. Louis DGT Volunteer Listings Coordinator will research nonprofits in their local community, come up with 5-10 different family-friendly volunteer opportunities each month and write up the opportunities for their monthly listing. We list all types of opportunities; one-time, ongoing, and drives/at-home projects. Most of the opportunities should be appropriate for families with children ages 5 to 12, though age requirements may vary. We occasionally include opportunities for families with teenagers.
The DGT Volunteer Listings Coordinator:
(1) Researches nonprofits in their local area
(2) Contacts identified nonprofits, either by email and/or phone, to find out about potential family-friendly volunteer opportunities
(3) Identifies 5-10 different family-friendly volunteer opportunities each month
(4) Follows-up with nonprofits to receive confirmation of family-friendly volunteer opportunities
(5) Writes up the opportunities for monthly listing using the DGT monthly listings template
(6) Sends upcoming monthly listing to Director of Administration & Family Volunteer Connections Program between the 12th and 16th of the month.
(7) Works with Director of Administration & Family Volunteer Connections Program to answer questions and make any needed updates to the upcoming listing in a timely manner
About Doing Good Together
5141 16th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55417, US
Empowering families to raise children who care and contribute
Doing Good Together (DGT) inspires and equips people to raise compassionate and socially conscious children through family volunteerism.
DGT was founded on the belief that when parents engage with their children in community service, they pass on the spirit of giving to their sons and daughters, strengthen families, and grow a new generation of volunteers and philanthropists. DGT provides hands-on, accessible tools directly to parents, and also helps organizations (including schools, faith groups, social service agencies, volunteer centers, etc.) build capacity to more effectively engage families in service.