This support group is a place for the SFSTF senior clients to reconnect with each other, talk about the struggles and hardship of the year, and how they are coping with everything. Each meeting we will openly discuss a current issue in the world. Occasionally, there may be a speaker or educational component to the support group.
Expectations and Goals
The goal of the Support Group is to bring the SFSTF senior clients together, to have a safe place for them to share and discuss what is going on in their life. Ideally, the conversations among the clients will spur some ideas for other groups to be created.
Access to a computer
Access to the internet
Ability to get onto zoom
01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Every other Wednesday from 1-2
NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
7054 32ND AVENUE SOUTH NEWHOLLY CA, SEATTLE, WA 98118, US
To empower immigrant and refugee women and their families by providing culturally appropriate services that embody the core values of our community.
The Somali Family Safety Task Force is a nonprofit community-based-organization (CBO) located in the NewHolly neighborhood in Seattle, WA that serves refugee and immigrant women and their families. Not only are we community-based but we are also community-driven. Our founders as well as the majority of our staff and volunteers are Somali and/or East African. Our programs are created with input from our community and are often at their request. Programs range from computer literacy training to combating and preventing gender-based-violence. We pride ourselves in being an organization by-and-for our community.
Immigrants & Refugees
We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 1 shift
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
January 12, 2021
English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
IT Help Desk
Must be at least 21
I'm seeking long-term regular volunteers, ideally someone who can commit to at least three months.