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Virtual Volunteer Opportunities in People with Disabilities (62,037 volunteers needed)
Ongoing Opportunities
  • Employment Placement and Support for Individuals living with Mental Health Conditions

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Volunteer with good Internet/computer skills, and an interest in helping individuals with mental health disabilities find work in their local community. ETE follows the latest research in job development and support for the psychiatrically disabled in the community (see link below). 1. Person will counsel individual with psychiatric disability (bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, major depression) to become recertified as an attorney in S CA. 2. Person with schizoaffective disorder and developmentally disabled. Also, in S CA. Work hours are determined by volunteer’s and client's schedule. Volunteer works on the phone and internet from home. IPS Practice Principles: https://ipsworks.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPS_Supported_Employment Enrichment Through Employment, Inc.: www.ete-torrance.org What do I do as a volunteer?: https://www.ete-torrance.org/what-do-i-do-as-an-ete-volunteer How do I learn about helping individuals living with mental health conditions to find and keep employment?: https://www.ete-torrance.org/individual-placement-and-support-ip

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Technology Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Volunteer Position: Technology Volunteer Status: Part Time City/State: Virtual Job Category: Technology/IT About Emotions Matter Emotions Matters, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to connecting and empowering those impacted by Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) to raise awareness and advocate for better mental health care.Launched in December of 2015, Emotions Matter is making strides to achieve its missions through BPD peer support, educational resources and advocacy. To learn more, visit www.emotionsmatterbpd.org. Job Description In light of COVID-19, Emotions Matter is shifting its BPD peer support and educational programs to online formats using Zoom technology. This now requires us to film our speakers on Zoom, or through iphone technology and then edit the videos for our You Tube Channel. We are seeking a volunteer with experience managing Zoom integrations with social media and YouTube, and to advise on our expanding technology needs to run events and programs. ·Candidate must have experience with Zoom, Dropbox, You Tube, and social media platforms (facebook, twitter, and instagram) and platform settings and integrations. * Candidate should have some experience filming content as needed under Emotions Matter direction, and supervising volunteers to manage live events using technology platforms. ·* Candidate must be be exceptionally organized and self-directed. * Candidate must agree to Emotions Matter policies, procedures, code of conduct and volunteer contract. Qualifications: * Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Doc Suites, Video Editing Software. * Knowledge of social media platforms, including: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram a plus. * Strong writing and verbal communication skills, * Strong planning and organizational skills. * Communication and interpersonal skills, * Passion for mental health advocacy and a connection to BPD would be helpful. Hours: 4-8 hours per month, with ability to increase hours depending on seasonal programs. Type: Unpaid Volunteer Opportunity. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to paula@emotionsmatterbpd.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Graphic Design Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Emotions Matter is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2015 to connect and empower those impacted by borderline personality disorder (BPD) to raise awareness and improve mental health care. We are seeking a volunteer graphic designer to assist us with design projects to market programs at our organization. Projects may include designing flyers for events, creating art work for social media, or designing graphics for merchandise for our website store. The ideal candidate will have graphic design experience, and be proficient in a design software platforms such as Adobe Illustrator, Canva, or Word. Candidate should be self-directed, creative, respond to feedback in the design process, and passion about Emotions Matter's mission. Sample graphic designs and references are required during interview process.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Volunteer Guardian/Conservator

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Volunteer Guardianship program recruits, trains, and supports volunteers to serve as court-appointed guardians and conservators for Arlington neighbors who have no one else to help. We serve adults over the age of 18 who are Department of Human Services clients and who have been determined by a licensed professional to lack the capacity to handle personal and/or financial matters. Volunteers in this program serve as the substitute decision maker for the person they are appointed to serve, advocating for the person under guardianship to have to best quality of life possible. Guardianship deals with care including where the person under guardianship lives and healthcare decisions. Conservatorship covers financial decisions and property management. These decisions require a certain level of comfortability with making hard decisions on another person's behalf and should take into account the needs, preferences, and desires of the person under guardianship. This is a chance to build a truly rewarding relationship with someone that needs the legal and personal assistance of an ethical and committed Volunteer Guardian. A criminal history background check and credit history check (for conservators) are required. For more information on this challenging yet highly rewarding opportunity, contact Shasta Douglas, sdouglas@arlingtonva.us, 703-228-1716.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Volunteer Translator: ARABIC - for written materials

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Thanks for your interest in volunteering with the Shadow Project! As we expand our programming, we need to be able to communicate with students, parents, and community members in the language they feel most comfortable engaging in. As a Volunteer Translator, you'll help translate written materials. At the moment, we do not need verbal translation services. We are in need of translation from English to ARABIC. If you have any questions, please contact serve@shadow-project.org. To apply, please complete the application here: https://forms.gle/YfQSJ9SpD42JRw757. As part of our commitment to advancing equity for diverse learners, we work to recruit and retain a diverse staff, volunteers, and board-one that welcomes and engages people with diverse, intersectional identities. We encourage and support applicants from all backgrounds to join us in our work. This includes -- but is in no way limited to -- people experiencing disability, BIPOC individuals, and LGBTQIA2S+.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Zoom Tutors and Session Hosts for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Community Living Campaign is an organization dedicated to helping older adults and people with disabilities thrive and age in place. Currently, we are seeking patient, caring, and skilled volunteers to help our growing number of activities that have moved online. Volunteers could co-host existing Zoom sessions that fit best with their availability. We are also arranging for volunteers to provide one-on-one tutoring to those seeking to use Zoom safely and successfully. The perfect candidate would have experience using Zoom. We would hope they would be kind, patient, computer-savvy, flexible, and reliable. Orientation and some training will be available. Feel free to visit our website and see the current schedule of sessions that need Zoom hosts at https://www.sfcommunityliving.org/events.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Card Creators: Craft Birthday Cards For Seniors

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Birthday Card Creators Needed! Are you great at paper crafts? Want to brighten a senior's special day? Help At Your Door is seeking donations of special hand-made birthday cards for distribution to clients during their birthday month. Help At Your Door serves seniors and individuals with disabilities, helping them to remain living independently at home. Personal touches like a birthday card mean so much to our clients, and many of our clients do not receive many other cards. This is a great creative volunteer activity that can be done from anywhere and at any time. Volunteers do need to provide their own materials, and cover the postage needed to mail the completed cards to Help At Your Door.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Scrappy Sewers needed!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Love to sew? We have several simple and easy projects needed for patients. We are Looking for help making wheelchair or walker bags pr bibs for our Hospice patients. Have left over fabrics? Maybe unused quilt squares? These are perfect for making simple bags to hang on the handlebars of the chairs or walkers! We are always looking for help. Some supplies are available to assist with your creativity! Call Marrilee 616-291-9773 or email.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Grant Writer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for an experienced Grant Writer who can help identify, define, and develop funding sources for our Non-Profit organization, to support existing and planned activities as well as coordinate the development, writing and submission of grant proposals to foundations and other third party entries. In addition to the responsibilities listed below, the Grant Writer will prepare requisite reports and perform responsible, professional, and administrative work when responding to public and private grant opportunities. To ensure success you must have relevant knowledge of fundraising and be committed to our mission, vision, and values.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Community Outreach Coordinator

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Oversee the planning and implementation of outreach strategies. Maintain a calendar of outreach activities, including community events, workshops, appearances, and other communication opportunities. Create sponsorship agreements and cultivate relationships with businesses, community individuals, and relevant organizations. Prepare an annual budget for community outreach activities. Assist in the organization of special events, including donor/volunteer appreciation events and other fundraising initiatives.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Volunteer Coordinator

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for a detail-oriented and focused Volunteer Coordinator to develop and be responsible for our database of volunteers and volunteer opportunities. The Volunteer Coordinator's responsibilities include recruiting and training new volunteers, keeping a database of volunteer information and skills, matching volunteers to opportunities that suit their skills, keeping volunteers informed, and conveying the organization's purpose to the public. A successful Volunteer Coordinator should be meticulous about keeping records and passionate about volunteer work. One should uphold the values of our organization while ensuring the comfort of our volunteers in their positions.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Creative Arts Therapist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Looking for creative art therapist or music therapist to work with children with special needs to increase socialization virtually. Looking for 1 hour a week after 3pm or weekends according to your schedules.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Walk to Cure Arthritis Committee

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Arthritis Foundation is seeking energetic and passionate individuals to join the Walk to Cure Arthritis Committee to help with recruitment and execution of the Walk to Cure Arthritis in Long Branch, NJ and West Orange, New Jersey. As of now, both events are scheduled to be held in person, with a virtual component. The Jersey Shore Walk to Cure Arthritis at Long Branch is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 16 at Pier Village in Long Branch. The Walk to Cure Arthritis West Orange is scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 6 at South Mountain Recreation Complex. Committee member's responsibilities may include: Attend Virtual Meetings once to twice a month Recruitment of past participants Recruitment of new walkers, health care providers, and arthritis warriors Solicit sponsorships and donations: financial and in-kind Planning and execution of the in person event, as well as virtual component on each respective date. Assist with social media Share the mission of the Arthritis Foundation The Walk to Cure Arthritis Committee works closely with Arthritis Foundation staff. Our team of dedicated professionals and volunteers are leading the fight for the arthritis community and helping to conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science, and build community connections. The Walk to Cure Arthritis Committee will run through July 2021 Please contact Emily Meyers at emeyers@arthritis.org with any questions.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • SF / Bay Area: Make a Difference in a Local Elder's Life Today! - (COVID Safe Opportunity!)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    COVID-19 has further isolated older adults in our communities, you can make a difference from the safety & comfort of your own home! Social Call volunteers visit with a local older adult weekly for social visits. Volunteers provide companionship, a listening ear, and their company. Who you are paired with is based on location, availability, and shared interests. Social Call volunteers find that making a visit to an older adult in their community is quite rewarding and many develop long-term friendships with the older adult they are paired with. During COVID-19 affected times, all visits will be virtual. Visits will be conducted over the phone, or with video calls for those older adults who have access. We will transition to in-person visits when the pandemic has passed. Social Call volunteers: Receive training and ongoing support Are matched with an adult 60 years or older Visit with their match for an hour each week for 6 months or longer Volunteer training scheduled regularly. Bilingual volunteers strongly encouraged to apply! All adults aged 18 yrs and older welcome to apply. For more information contact Amber Dean - adean@covia.org

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Make a Difference in an Elder's Life Today! - (COVID Safe Opportunity!)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    COVID-19 has further isolated older adults in our communities, you can make a difference from the safety & comfort of your own home! Social Call volunteers visit with a local older adult weekly for social visits. Volunteers provide companionship, a listening ear, and their company. Who you are paired with is based on location, availability, and shared interests. Social Call volunteers find that making a visit to an older adult in their community is quite rewarding and many develop long-term friendships with the older adult they are paired with. During COVID-19 affected times, all visits will be virtual. Visits will be conducted over the phone, or with video calls for those older adults who have access. We will transition to in-person visits when the pandemic has passed. Social Call volunteers: Receive training and ongoing support Are matched with an adult 60 years or older Visit with their match for an hour each week for 6 months or longer Volunteer training scheduled regularly. Bilingual volunteers strongly encouraged to apply! All adults aged 18 yrs and older welcome to apply. For more information contact Amber Dean - adean@covia.org

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Volunteer Project Manager - two month commitment

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Maya's Hope is looking for someone to help with managing the interviewing committee workflow. We are looking for someone based in the United States who speaks fluent English and can commit to two months. If you are detail-oriented, have excellent organizational skills and a passion about helping others, this opportunity is for you! Responsibilities: - provide project management support to the interviewing committee; - prepare agenda, notes, graphic materials for interview chats; - manage all communications in a timely and efficient manner; - manage multiple projects simultaneously. A perfect candidate needs to: - have excellent communication and interpersonal skills; - have good organizational skills and the ability to manage a variety of tasks; - possess the ability to deal with information in a confidential manner and respond with sensitivity. If you want to help Maya's Hope and embrace the opportunity to make a difference - just submit your application! Please send an email and resume to maya@mayashope.org.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Graphic Designer Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Maya’s Hope works to improve the quality of life of orphaned, impoverished, and special-needs children on a global scale. Whether providing funding for loving caregivers, vitamin-rich formula, or access to quality medical care, Maya’s Hope improves lives, one child at a time! We are seeking a graphic designer volunteer who can help update our website, put logos on photos, and create some marketing materials. Skill requirement: Wordpress, Photoshop, illustrator and previous graphic design experience. Position requirements: Detail-oriented, organized, and a quick learner. Follows instructions and completes projects in a timely matter. Must have a website. Please submit an email to maya@mayashope.org and a link to your website. Please include why you would like to volunteer for this opportunity.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • ASL Interpreter

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The volunteer ASL Interpreter will be responsible for contributing to the accessibility of Dance for All Bodies’s classes by making sure that all individuals are able to participate in our classes where instructors use spoken English or ASL. Your main responsibility will be to join our virtual Zoom classes and translate between spoken English and ASL. Most of our instructors give instructions using spoken English but we also work with instructors who provide instructions in ASL. We want to make sure that Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals feel welcome and comfortable in our classes. Location: We accept applications from all around the U.S. as this position is remote! Job Description: This is a remote position where you will attend some or most of our virtual dance classes through Zoom to interpret between spoken English and ASL in our dance classes. Key Competitions/Skills Fluent in ASL. Personal or professional experience working with people with disabilities is preferred. Disciplined in working independently; not afraid to ask questions or admit when you don’t know something. Commitment to Dance for All Bodies’s mission of providing inclusive dance classes for people with disabilities. Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills. Collaborative mindset ; eager to be part of a team and contribute. Self motivated and shows stamina in the face of obstacles. Previous experience working with non-profit organizations is preferred. To Apply Send your resume to info@danceforallbodies.org with "ASL Interpreter" in the subject heading. Make sure to mention your weekly availability and how many hours you hope to commit. In one short paragraph please answer this question; Why does making dance accessible to people with disabilities matter to you? Expected Hours of Work While there is room for flexibility in regards to hours, you will be expected to commit about 2-3 hours to DfAB every week depending on how many classes you choose to attend. Most of our classes take place between Friday-Sunday. We occasionally have classes on Tuesdays or Wednesdays around 2 or 3pm PDT/5 or 6pm EDT.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Medical Outreach Representative

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The volunteer Medical Outreach Representative is responsible for contributing to the development of Dance for All Bodies through building relationships with clinics and hospitals that serve individuals with physical disabilities. This position is for you, if you are or have worked in a medical setting (ideally as a speech, recreational, occupational or physical therapist, prosthetist, etc.) and have already established relations with clinics or hospitals. This role is an integral part of DfAB as we expand our dance class offerings to individuals with disabilities. Your work will be an essential part of building long lasting connections with individuals with disabilities who want to dance and explore their creativity through artistic expression. This will be a challenging and rewarding journey and we are looking for someone who can handle both the inevitable high and low points! We encourage individuals with disabilities to apply for this position. Location: We accept applications from all around the U.S. as this position is remote! Job Description The three main duties of the medical outreach representative is to help DfAB expand its impact by: Building relationships with hospitals, clinics and individuals with disabilities. Finding sponsors, grants and other funding strategies through the local hospitals, medical suppliers etc. Working with other DfAB team members and instructors to design dance classes that fit the interests and needs of youth with disabilities. Essential Functions Reaching out to hospitals/clinics/medical facilities to see if they would be willing to promote our dance classes to their patients. Reaching out to individual health care providers in your network who might be able to help spread the word about these dance classes. Helping us find individual or corporate medical/clinical sponsors and/or grant opportunities to finance these classes. Attend a majority of our dance classes whenever possible. Key Competitions/Skills Personal/familial connection to the disability community is preferred. Experience working with youth with disabilities is preferred. Connections with schools, school districts, families of individuals with disabilities and other disability programs is required. Interested in creating and building long lasting partnerships. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Self-motivated and shows stamina in the face of obstacles. Disciplined in working independently; not afraid to ask questions or admit when you don’t know something. Collaborative mindset ; eager to be part of a team and contribute. Personal or professional experience working with people with disabilities is preferred. Well-developed interpersonal skills. Previous experience in creating partnerships and event management is preferred. Experience with Google Docs and Google Sheets is preferred. Work Environment While most work will be done remotely, we will still have weekly video calls to check-in. We will also meet in person for the dance classes! Expected Hours of Work While there is room for flexibility in regards to hours, you will be expected to commit about 5 hours to DfAB every week. If you plan to travel or take a break, let us know in advance and we will make sure to share your responsibilities amongst the rest of the team. Preferred Education and Experience At DfAB we believe that experience comes in many different forms. We want to prioritize those who demonstrate a strong commitment to our mission and are therefore willing to commit a great amount of time, thought, and effort into this cause. If you have previous experience in this field, we would love to learn more about your experiences via links, documents, or a portfolio of previous work you can share with us. To Apply Send your resume & one short paragraph answering the questions below to info@danceforallbodies.org "Family Outreach Representative" in the subject heading. Resume Include links to previous projects you organized or created. Cover Letter Why does making dance accessible to youth with disabilities matter to you? What do you hope to accomplish through this experience? Questions If you are interested in only certain responsibilities outlined for this opportunity, but not all, that is okay! Please still send us your application and we will get back to you about your level of involvement with Dance for All Bodies.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Development Manager/Fundraiser Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Volunteer Opportunity Do you put the fun in fundraising? Are you that friend that gets people to show up to your events because they are the best? Maya’s Hope is looking for a Development Manager to recruit volunteers to plan, coordinate, and execute each fundraiser. This volunteer will be comfortable networking for sponsorships, donations, social influencers, etc. and help coordinate our yearly fundraising gala. You will work remotely and on your own schedule, though we require a minimum commitment of 10 hours a week. You may need to come to our Manhattan office on an as-needed basis. If you possess a high level of self-motivation, strive for excellence, and can commit quality time per week on a regular basis to help achieve team goals, please apply. Collaborate with smart, accomplished volunteers Be part of an exciting international non-profit Volunteer from home on a schedule that suits you Have fun Make a difference for our cutie pies Requirements: Will have high comfort levels planning and executing fundraising events. Must have experience recruiting and managing event volunteers. Exposure to planning black-tie galas is preferable.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Corporate Outreach Representative

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The volunteer Corporate Outreach Representative is responsible for contributing to the development of Dance for All Bodies (DfAB) by building relationships with corporations and workspaces to promote our virtual inclusive and creative dance classes for employee wellness and team building. This role is especially important during work from home when employees might feel isolated or stressed. This is a volunteer, uncompensated position. This position is for you if you love to dance and want to bring virtual inclusive dance classes into remote workspaces through Zoom classes in order to boost employee wellness. We are looking for someone who has experience establishing relationships with corporations, a strong desire to actively create a more equitable world, and persistence in the face of obstacles. This role is an integral part of DfAB as we deepen our advocacy for disability justice in the greater community and build awareness about Dance for All Bodies and the services we provide. Your efforts will also be an integral part of building financial sustainability into an early stage non-profit/start up. This will be a challenging and rewarding journey and we are looking for someone who can handle both the inevitable high and low points! We encourage individuals with disabilities to apply for this position. Location: We accept applications from all around the U.S. as this position is remote! Job Description The three main duties of the corporate outreach coordinator is to help DfAB expand its impact by: Promoting DfAB’s virtual inclusive dance classes to companies which will help improve employee wellness and team building while also creating an all inclusive space for people of all abilities. Building and growing relationships with corporations in the U.S. to increase awareness about disability, dance, and accessibility. Collecting feedback from corporations and working with the rest of the team to incorporate that feedback into our services. Essential Functions Reach out to corporations, which you already have relationships with and who might be interested in offering an inclusive dance class for their employees. Research more workspaces that might be interested in taking dance classes with us. Initiate the relationship and introduce our services to them. Promote our services on LinkedIn, write blog posts, share important moments and testimonials from individuals who have taken our dance class. Create feedback forms and collect data from individuals who have participated in our dance classes. Keep following up with organizations and building relationships with them for future events they might be organizing. Collaborating with other volunteer team members to make sure events run smoothly. Working closely with our Teacher Coordinators to make sure they are available to teach at that given time. Working with our Graphic Designer to create eye-catching graphics for organizations. Working with our Social Media Coordinators to post about our classes on social media. Key Competitions/Skills Experience working in a tech firm, startup, or a large company/corporate workplace is required. Personal and professional connections with others working in various corporate spaces is a strong plus. Interested in creating and building long lasting partnerships. Strong verbal and written communication skills; well-developed interpersonal skills. Self-motivated and shows stamina in the face of obstacles. Disciplined in working independently; not afraid to ask questions or admit when you don’t know something. Collaborative mindset; eager to be part of a team and contribute. Personal or professional experience working with people with disabilities is preferred. Previous experience in creating partnerships and event management is preferred. Experience with G Suite services is preferred. Work Environment All work will be done remotely. We will still have weekly video calls to check-in. Expected Hours of Work While there is room for flexibility in regards to hours, you will be expected to commit about 5 hours to DfAB every week. You might be expected to commit more than that during weeks where we are providing a dance class for an organization. If you plan to travel or take a break, let us know in advance and we will make sure to share your responsibilities amongst the rest of the team. Preferred Education and Experience At DfAB we believe that experience comes in many different forms. We want to prioritize those who demonstrate a strong commitment to our mission and are therefore willing to commit a great amount of time, thought, and effort into this cause. If you have previous experience in this field, we would love to learn more about your experiences via links, documents, or a portfolio of previous work you can share with us. To Apply Send your resume & one paragraph answering the questions below to info@danceforallbodies.org with "Corporate Outreach Coordinator" in the subject heading. Answer these questions for the paragraph: Why does making dance accessible to people with physical disabilities matter to you? What have your experiences working in the tech, start-up or corporate world been like? How do you think you can help DfAB create more partnerships with such organizations? Questions If you are interested in only certain responsibilities outlined for this opportunity, but not all, that is okay! Please still send us your application and we will get back to you about your level of involvement with Dance for All Bodies.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Virtual Fundraising Volunteers Needed!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We may not be able to be together in person, but our work continues! Currently, we are looking for volunteers to support projects for 2020/2021! ________________________________________ Support the MS Society through our COVID-19 Response Fund, Description: Your support of the National MS Society COVID-19 Response Fund ensures we can meet the urgent and expanding needs of the MS community during this critical time. If you’re not able to give today, sharing this link with others and spreading awareness of this Fund is a huge support. https://www.nationalmssociety.org/ Spread awareness about MS and the MS Society’s mission, Description: Every day, people living with MS do whatever it takes to move their lives forward despite the challenges. By sharing their stories, we help people better understand life with MS and become inspired to do whatever it takes to change the world for people living with MS. You can help ensure that more people understand what life with MS can be like and engage more people to do something about it, by following our media channels and sharing the stories of those living with MS, who move life forward every day and don't let MS define them. Spread awareness and get social - Facebook: @nationalmssociety |Twitter:@mssociety | Instagram: @mssociety Join our #VirtualWalkMS and #VirtualBikeMS events, Description: Join us each Saturday (9am PDT/11am CDT/12pm EDT) on our Walk MS Facebook Live (Link at the bottom of the page https://www.facebook.com/WalkMS/) during your scheduled event to celebrate Walk MS and connect with us! Join us each Saturday (9am PDT/11am CDT/12pm EDT) on our Bike MS Facebook Live (Link at the bottom of the page https://www.facebook.com/National.BikeMS/) during your scheduled event to celebrate Bike MS and connect with us! Charity Miles Program, Description: Supporting the mission is as simple as: download the free Charity Miles app, select the National MS Society as your charity and move! For every mile you move, the Society can earn money from the Charity Miles sponsor pool (sponsor pool funds are split between charity partners based on miles earned). https://charitymiles.org/ AmazonSmile, Description: With millions of Americans sheltering in place, the demand for Amazon deliveries has surged. The Society’s AmazonSmile partnership triggers a 0.5% donation for every AmazonSmile purchase. https://smile.amazon.com/ Action Alert Network, Description: Join the movement, register in the Action Alert network. Recognize your passion and ability to make a difference! Join individuals with MS and dedicated friends and family members to help positively shape the policies and programs that impact people living with multiple sclerosis. Members of the Action Alert network are asked to write, call, e-mail or visit their legislators to support or oppose proposed legislation. Action Alert announcements are emailed about six times per year. Often a sample letter is included. Individuals are encouraged to join Action Alert to give us greater "strength in numbers." http://main.nationalmssociety.org/site/Survey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=36706

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Dog Trainers Needed

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    If you are a Trainer and would like to Volunteer a few hours a week with Your Service Dog School, then we would love to hear from you. We use only the Sullivan Method of Training at our online School and we would teach you the basics of our Training Method to enable you to coach our students. If you are interested in the position then please get in touch with us. Thank You !

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT NEEDED

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Your Service Dog Inc has an opportunity available for a Certified Public Accountant. This volunteer position will involve occasional hours per month. Candidates should have experience on working with accounting practices as well as being a CPA. Thank you!

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Thanksgiving Decorations!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Those that we serve are at high-risk if they contract of COVID-19. As a result, we can no longer allow visitors or volunteers into the building. Normally, our volunteers would be hard at work during this time making decorations for our building to help our residents celebrate the upcoming holiday, Thanksgiving. We are looking to collect fall and Thanksgiving decorations (homemade or store bought) for our residents and staff that are uplifting during this difficult time. This Pinterest Board has been created by the staff of St. Joseph Home to help get the creative juices flowing! https://pin.it/7xPxm4j All decorations can be mailed to: St. Joseph Home Attn. Mykayla Kroeger 10722 Wyscarver Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45241

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Fundraisers needed for 501c3 Nonprofit

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Your Service Dog Inc 501c3 nonprofit is in need of fundraisers to help us fund our Programs and the organization. If you choose to fund-raise for us, you will be part of an Awesome Team of Volunteers making a difference in the world we live in, by helping us provide programs for our disabled and Military Veterans and First Responders. --- You will also be helping us finance our BookGift Program, which, to the extent funds permit, provides training Books to those who wish to Owner train or give a refresher training course to to their Service Dog. We also provide, at no cost to the disabled applicant, fully trained Service Dogs (when funds permit) and partially Trained Service Dog Prospects who have completed the Prospect Evaluation Course at Your Service Dog School, and who are deemed suitable Service Dog in Training Prospects. --- Our Service Dog in Training Prospects go on to complete the Basic Foundation Skills course in your Service Dog School tuition free to the Handler who is paired with one of our Program dogs. We are in need of funds to continue to supply these much needed services. Please contact us if you can help us fund-raise for Your Service Dog Inc. Facebook access is highly recommended. Thank you!

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Creating Easy-To-Understand COVID-19 Information Worldwide

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are creating a website with reliable COVID-19 information we simplify so it is understandable by the world's huge populations of people with cognitive disabilities, people with low literacy, non-native language speakers, and seniors. We are collecting the information from the websites of every country's governments. Those websites are not usable by people with physical disabilities, such as the blind. Their information is not understandable. Our website will be an example to them. Accessible, understandable COVID-19 information for all the world's citizens will make the world healthier and safer throughout this time of crisis. To help simplify the COVID-19 text, we need: thousands of native-language speakers (crowdsourcing); people who can identify and remove bias from the text; experienced marketing professionals from every country in the world. To pre-simplify the text using our EasyText.AI Text Simplifier, we need: data scientists; machine-learning (ML) experts; and natural language (NLP) processing experts.

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Puppy Raisers

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Trainings are currently virtual! Puppy Raiser volunteers teach a pup basic obedience skills from the time it is 8 weeks of age to approximately 18 months of age. Volunteers prepare the puppy for advanced training. Raisers have the unique opportunity of beginning a future guide dog's training in their home and teaching the puppy to acclimate to different environments such as stores, restaurants, and workplaces. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age, live within a 2-hour radius of San Antonio, and be available to be with the dog the majority of the day. It is ok for puppy raisers to have other animals in their home as socialization is an integral component of raising the puppies. This is a very rewarding opportunity in which the volunteer can watch their puppy grow and learn and may culminate in the puppy's graduation to becoming a full-service guide dog. All volunteers receive on-going training and support from the GDTX staff. For more information please contact Susana Dias, Volunteer Coordinator at (210) 366-4081 or by email at annie@guidedogsoftexas.org. Commitment: 12 - 18 months; flexible and able to be with the dog the majority of the day. It is preferable if raisers live within a 2-hour radius of San Antonio, Texas.

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Mask Making!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Those that we serve are at high-risk if they contract of COVID-19. As a result, all 175 care staff need sufficient PPE to reduce the chances of transmission. To this end, we are seeking washable, cotton masks for our front-line care and nursing staff to wear over their more disposable-style masks in order to lengthen usability. We are specifically in need of sewn masks with elastic or ribbon ties.

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Seeking Grant writers for San Diego, CA charity

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are seeking talented writers to create proposals based on the founders ideas for solutions to the homeless problem in San Diego, California.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Fundraising Campaigns Manager

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We need help setting up fundraising campaigns. Prior Gifting and Fundraiser experience is a must. Proficient experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The Fundraiser holds annual fundraisers every year in the hopes of raising funds for NHEG programs. Other requirements are as follows: Must be a team player ,Reliable,Trustworthy,Professional. Major Duties are: Develop corporate fundraising programs, such as employer gift-matching. Monitor progress of fundraising drives. Compile or develop materials to submit to granting or other funding organizations. Develop and maintain media contact lists. Develop strategies to encourage new or increased contributions. Recruit sponsors, participants, or volunteers for fundraising events. Manage box tops and Campbell’s labels to collect and send at designated times of the year. Must oversee all aspects of the campaign including day-to-day operations, coordination and implementation of the fundraising operations and ongoing coordination. They are also responsible for creating and managing the campaign.You must have excellent organizational skills, be level-headed, have good interpersonal skills and not be afraid of raising money. Please share a resume and three references including email addresses To be considered, please send all of the above mentioned documents to NewHeightsEducation@yahoo.com. If assigned a HR Coordinator if you don't hear from us, please reach out again. All applications are answered. We suggest you check the spam folder for any correspondence not received. Please provide your email & phone number is Mandatory. We respond to ALL messages, please check your spam folder if you don't hear from us. Email us at NewHeightsEducation@yahoo.com. Or message us on our HR google hangout https://hangouts.google.com/group/AqmPQ2uqBLoxbvl23 Phone numbers are appreciated, if we don't have a number and you don't reply to our email we have no way of responding.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Grant Writers

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Grant Writer will help research, choose, complete and work on grant opportunities and proofread completed grants. (we do have our own proofreading department so help will be provided when needed) The Grant Writer/Consultant helps with writing grants for the organization. Training Grant Writer experience is a must. Excellent written communication skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, office equipment, internet, and computer. Major Duties Utilize various software and editing tools to execute tasks. Edit all NHEG documents for publishing, proposal, or distribution. Correct spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. Verify that authors have provided all the required materials and paperwork. Prepare preliminary pages for the title, contents, and preface of a publication. Manage the Grant Process. Research, prepare, and submit Proposals and Reports. Work closely with the Founder to incorporate program development and long-range goals. Provide feedback, advice, and know-how on grant writing procedures and processes. Please share a resume, three references with email addresses. To be considered, please send all of the above mentioned documents to NewHeightsEducation@yahoo.com. If assigned a HR Coordinator if you don't hear from us, please reach out again. All applications are answered. We suggest you check the spam folder for any correspondence not received and call 4197860247. Please provide your email & phone number is Mandatory. We respond to ALL messages, please check your spam folder if you don't hear from us. Email us at NewHeightsEducation@yahoo.com. Or message us on our HR google hangout https://hangouts.google.com/group/AqmPQ2uqBLoxbvl23 Phone numbers are appreciated, if we don't have a number and you don't reply to our email we have no way of responding.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Speech Therapist - Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The New Heights Educational Group is in need of a volunteer speech therapist to work with low income youth and adults in the Defiance, Ohio area and NW Ohio. www.NewHeightsEducation.org or email us at NewHeightsEducation@yahoo.com or call 419-786-0247. Can you commit at least 2 hours per week work with student for 9-12 months? Would you like work experience that looks good on a resume? All guidelines apply to both volunteers and paid speech language therapist - pathologists. Position Description All Speech Language Therapist- Pathologists must hold a master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology (e.g. M.A., M.S., or M.Ed.) . Under the supervision of the Founder/Executive Director and/or office manager or other staff member, provide therapy to assigned students. All therapy must be conducted online or in person under supervision of New Heights Educational Group staff or at the NHEG office or other location designated and agreed upon by all parties. Assist student(s) in improving academic achievement by meeting with them at least 2 hours per student assigned a week. Other assistance might include reviewing class material, discussing the text, formulating ideas for papers, or working on solutions to problems. Qualifications Must hold a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology (e.g. M.A., M.S., or M.Ed.) An A or B grade in the course(s) to be tutored. Responsible, dependable, honest, and mature. Friendly, patient, and sensitive to a diversity of students. Need to be able to keep students’ and their families’ information confidential. Most students are seen one to two times per week, whether or not he/she is receiving school-based therapy, depending on the severity of the disorder, or what type of intervention program is recommended. More intensive schedules can be implemented as needed. Sessions will be scheduled for 45 minutes of direct contact (with 15 additional minutes spent preparing and documenting a session). Progress reports/Assessments are generated on an ongoing basis. Progress can also be discussed verbally via face-to-face meetings or teleconferencing at student/families/staff request. Requirements: Background check, resume and three references. Prefer experienced applicants or speech therapist under supervision. Or a professional that can supervise and train our staff. Please provide your email & phone number is Mandatory. We respond to ALL messages, please check your spam folder if you don't hear from us. Email us at NewHeightsEducation@yahoo.com. Or message us on our HR google hangout https://hangouts.google.com/group/AqmPQ2uqBLoxbvl23 Phone numbers are appreciated, if we don't have a number and you don't reply to our email we have no way of responding.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Volunteership

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Seeking volunteers in need of community service and course credit for school. Also seeking individuals interested in building work experience in a growing public health-related nonprofit organization. We are the Autoimmune Community Institute, a nonprofit that began during the COVID pandemic. We are dedicated to autoimmune health equity through research, advocacy, and support. We bring diverse autoimmune disease communities to the table to discuss research needs, advocacy, and provide them with basic needs to support quality of life. We are seeking volunteers to help with any of the following: - social media and graphic design - website design - event marketing and coordination - fundraising and community building If you are a high school student, or in college as an art, IT, graphic design, pre-med, public health, PR/marketing, business administration or public administration student/graduate - we need your help!

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Volunteer SEO Specialist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    VOLUNTEER SEO SPECIALIST Summary Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy is seeking a part-time volunteer SEO Specialist who is self-motivated and is ready to make a difference. We need someone who is passionate about SEO and Digital Marketing. The ideal volunteer will be proficient in the latest SEO techniques and strategies and will have at least 1 year of direct SEO experience. The volunteer will be working directly with Elena Saygo, our Web Development Specialist. Responsibilities will include: Optimizing copy and landing pages for search engine optimization. Preparing and executing on-page optimization strategies to achieve organic visibility for our organisation. Preparing website technical audits to identify areas of concern from an SEO perspective. Reviewing crawl reports, and analytics reports to come up with strategies to improve indexation. Reviewing web analytics data to provide feedback to our internal team on performance, and to analyze visitor behavior and trends to come up with next steps. Working with our internal resources to prepare, plan, and execute link building and content marketing strategies. Create or advise on content and CTAs to promote web content. Manage and edit blog submissions ensuring proper content alignment and backlink fit. Required Skills Strong face-to-face, telephone, and email communications skills. Organized and detail-oriented. Familiarity with website analytics platforms such as Google Analytics. Knowledge of factors that influence search engine rankings. Ability to think strategically to identify and define keyword opportunities for optimization. Experience with paid search (Google AdWords, Bing Ads, etc) is a plus. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel and/or Google Docs. Experience in a non-profit organization is a plus A strong passion for SEO! Job Type: Part-time volunteer Experience: SEO: 1 year (Required) Location: Remote

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Employment Assistant

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Our mission is to elevate the quality of life for adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by creating a dynamic housing community enriched with customized programming where every person will be empowered to live with purpose and joy. Our Vocational Specialist fills out 30-40 job applications before a client receives a job. Each application can take 30+ minutes. We are looking for a volunteer to help apply to jobs for one client at a time.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • executive assistant (mental health peer)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    executive assistant / Mental health advocate Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP, COAPS is on executive team of the Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community, active with the Southeast Recovery Learning Community, director of Opening Doors to the Arts, and the President Emeritus of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Boston Peer Support and Advocacy Network (PSAN). See www.mbrlc.org www.southeastrlc.org https://namiboston.org/people-living-mental-illness/ www.openingdoorstothearts.org Mr. Trachtman is a nationally rocognized mental health advocate who presents frequently at national conferences on topics including restraint and seclusion, recovery learning communities, alternatives to hospitals including warmlines and peer-run respites, solitary confinement, managed care and entrepreneurship for people with disabilities. Mr. Trachtman is willing to train a person with lived experience with mental illness to become a mental health advocate while working as his executive assistant. Responsibilities include: An opportunity to learn and grow in the peer support community. Frequent attendance at important meetings where decisions about people with mental health issues are made and an opportunity to attend relevant conferences. Requirements include: Someone who is organized and focused and can provide administrative support. Questions? Please call (781) 642-0368. Please email resume and cover letter to: hdt@mbrlc.org Or send via postal mail to: Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP, COAPS Opening Doors to the Arts c/o NAMI 776 Main Street #541481 Waltham, MA 02454-5448

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Treasurer of a very small non-profit

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The volunteer board of directors is the governing arm of a nonprofit organization and is legally required for tax-exempt organizations and corporations. The board has four officers: chair, vice-chair, treasurer and secretary. Each officer has a job description that details its duties and responsibilities as prescribed by the organization’s bylaws. The treasurer’s duties involve oversight of fiscal matters. Care, Loyalty and Obedience According to BoardSource, an organization that focuses on training for nonprofit boards, care, loyalty and obedience define the board's legal responsibility. Care refers to competence and reasonable care, while loyalty and obedience refer to honoring the organization’s mission, respecting confidentiality and being mindful of the public’s trust. For the treasurer, this translates into ensuring the organization is a good steward of charitable donations and the tax-exempt status, providing oversight of the organization’s fiscal integrity and assisting the board in meeting its mandate to govern. General Knowledge The treasurer is required to attend all scheduled meetings and maintain current knowledge of the organization, its programs, bylaws and articles of incorporation. The treasurer is required to have knowledge of nonprofit accounting practices, nonprofit tax laws and fiscal record keeping. The treasurer is knowledgeable about committee management and rules for conducting board meetings.

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • ESNG's Children Virtual Storytelling

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Our world looks different now with COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean we have to stop making a difference - in fact, it is needed now more than ever. We’re excited to let you know about our "new" Virtual Reading program which will allow you to make an impact on ESNG's children from wherever you are, whenever you can. We’ve got a virtual, remote, and skills-based volunteer opportunity that you can participate in so that you can keep making a difference. HOW IT WORKS: Register to participate. (You can participate as an individual or in a group) Chose a book for children in the age range of 6 months to 5 years old. Try to pick a book that has no more than 25 pages-we want to keep their attention. Feel free to choose a theme or to dress in costume Record on a simple video platform and keep it to 30 min. YouTube is an easy platform to use, you can complete most of the edits in this platform with many cuts-removing awkwardness and dead air - to keep our kids attention hooked. But no worries, if you run into any issue, we can do the edits. Submit the finished product.

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • Grant Writer for a very small non-profit

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Grant Writer Responsibilities: Developing relationships and collaborating with key stakeholders. Displaying adherence to the organization’s mission. Maintaining proficient knowledge of the organization’s history and programs. Assisting with the execution of the development department's strategy. Identifying grant funding opportunities. Writing, submitting, and managing grant proposals.

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • Sign Language Interpreter

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Sign Languag Interpreter Calvary House has launched a ministry which will allow a further outreach to the community. Mt. Olive Multicultural Community Church is a virtual Christian church that holds Saturday services online weekly. We are looking for a sign language interpreter who wants to help translate the weekly message during our services. If you are interested, please consider joining our team. We believe that being a part of the true Kingdom of God is a calling and a privilege. Above all, it is an opportunity to be empowered as we endeavor together to grow a Christian church that is ignited with Holy Ghost Fire and worship!

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • Gaming Expert - Forum Member

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Established in 2000, Caudwell Children is a national charity which works to transform the lives of disabled children and their families, enabling them to challenge the barriers they face throughout childhood by providing practical and emotional support. The charity is going through an exciting period of growth having recently opened a new state-of-the-art facility for multi-disciplinary therapy programmes for childhood disability and research of neurodevelopmental conditions, including autism, within the grounds of Keele University. Events and Challenges form a large part of our income generation at Caudwell children, and you will join the team that create event and challenge campaigns to engage the public in fundraising for our cause. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Monthly (Fortnightly as the event gets closer) meetings with other gamers to discuss findings on how we can progress the campaign Help us reach audiences via your social media and contacts,. You will act as an expert advisor to our fundraising team to help them reach gaming audiences. Bringing your knowledge and sharing your skills to help us raise funds through gaming challenges. Take away from committee meetings tasks to support the group and charity. This could be approaching other gamers, research or sharing information.

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • "Happy" Cards for Seniors: Year-Round in Riv/San Bdno Counties

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Project for Family Service Association (FSA) Who: Family Service Association delivers meals to community seniors who are unable to get out of their homes due to illness, incapacity, disability or restrictions from COVID-19. Seniors, who live in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, will appreciate a cheerful greeting card along with their home-delivered meal. What: Cards with artwork, designs or crafty graphics are appreciated. It is OK to use stickers, decals or other safe craft supplies that adequately stick to the card. (Please NO glitter or confetti.) Adults, teens or children can make the cards. Greeting: Cards may have a simple greeting (such as Have a Great Day, Thinking of You, A Smile from My House to Yours, You’re Amazing, etc.) or a philosophical quotation. These are NOT Get Well cards. They are cards to cheer up seniors who may be even more alone during COVID-19. Size: Any size card is good that is not larger than an 8½" X 11"sheet of paper. (2 cards or 4 postcard-size cards made from one 8 1/2" X 11" sheet is great.) No envelope is needed. Signing cards: If you like, you may sign your FIRST name or the name of your GROUP but do NOT include personal information about yourself (address, etc.) Other items: We have some Spanish-speaking clients, so bilingual cards are also needed. Bookmarks are also appreciated and Crossword/Sudoku magazines. Where to Deliver: Contact the FSA Volunteer Program Manager for delivery information to our main Moreno Valley site or to determine the closest center near your location for pick-up. FSA serves the majority of Riverside and San Bernardino counties (excluding the desert).

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • MAC Support to Help a woman living with ALS retain her independence

    with Non-Profit
    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Help a woman living with ALS retain her independence by upgrading her compatible MacOS to Catalina and enabling voice control accessibility. Prior to upgrade, need to confirm all data is stored on icloud and, if not, be able to perform a backup with Chapter provided data storage solution. To do this job you must have significant IT experience and expertise using MacOS and providing remote support to customers. This person living with ALS is located in Western Washington, Snohomish county. All technical support must be done remotely (with assistance from an onsite caregiver) due to the risk of COVID exposure. An ideal candidate, but not required, would live local and be as needed IT support for her as need’s change due to ALS (once COVID exposure is no longer at a high-risk level.) Must have own computer, remote software will be provided (if requested). Support provided by the Assistive Technology Program Manager at the ALSA Evergreen Chapter. Background check, interview, and references required. Volunteer will be required to maintain client confidentiality.

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • SEO Specialist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Technical SEO Accountable for all technical related SEO action items and implementation Management of search engines access, crawlability, interpretation, and indexation of Left Brains managed websites Drive results utilizing proper URL parameters and pagination best practices Identify and implement user experience and accessibility best practices with mobile first mindset Development of structured navigation and site architecture Keyword and Content Optimization Lead research, define SEO and content marketing opportunities, and maintain information architecture across branded sites as needed Accountable for all keyword and content optimization action items and implementation Monitor and implement short-tail and long-tail keyword optimization strategies and development of optimal product attribution Short-term and long-term optimization strategy given seasonality and customer driven trends Linking Examine backlink profile of competitors that is already ranking well for desired keywords to gain insight on the link building that helped them rise organically Prospect and obtain backlinks from reputable websites Correct broken backlinks Disavow backlinks no longer of value Develop and implement internal linking strategy to increase page authority Website and Other Support: Work within the Big Commerce platform to coordinate SEO needs with IT and complete technical updates, fixes or other needs that are impacting organic visibility and ranking Proactively troubleshoot and resolve site issues (400 level errors, page load speed, broken links, optimize attribute product feeds, etc.) Support new product cycle launches (website optimization/testing) Monitoring on organic performance via Google Search Console, MOZ and Google Analytics Formulate metrics and interpret monthly reporting to measure agency and client success Conduct ongoing professional research and education, staying up to date on industry trends Develop and maintain content calendars and launch schedules Effectively communicate information internally to the appropriate product teams Create standard operating procedures, communications plans, and training as needed to ensure internal and external teams understanding Other duties as assigned Required Skills: Excellent in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook Excellent oral & written communication, organization, & time management skills Outstanding interpersonal skills with ability to form strong working relationships with cross-functional team members Thoroughness and attention to detail Exhibits a helpful, pro-active attitude Ability to work with multiple teams on multiple projects Outstanding ability to think creatively, strategically and identify/resolve problems Demonstrated organizational, decision-making, and analytical abilities A proven track record of the ability to prioritize, organize, and multi-task in a flexible and fast-paced environment to effectively meet deadlines Effective written and oral communication skills and facilitation skills, with all internal levels and external vendors Ability to work effectively as part of a team, but with little formal supervision or guidance. Special Skills: A basic understanding of content management systems (BigCommerce experience preferred) A strong understanding of SEM and technical SEO Requirements An advanced understanding of Screaming Frog, Google Analytics, Search Console, Tag Manager, and Bing Webmasters A basic understanding of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS as they relate to SEO Front end website optimization experience to drive sales (preferably BigCommerce) Demonstrates a strong understanding of Local SEO and Content Marketing Experience creating, editing, and proofreading written content Understanding of site maps and consumer flow charts Comprehension of data flow across multiple platforms (Oracle, Salsify, PIM systems, CMS) Proficient skills in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, and advanced skills in Microsoft Excel Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing or related area, or the equivalent through a combination of education and work experience 1-3 years of hands-on experience managing multiple SEO campaigns 1+ years’ understanding of Search Engines and SEO tactics that drive results 1+ years’ experience supporting B2B and B2C SEM marketing efforts Understanding of one or more of the following SEO analysis platforms: Moz, SEMrush, Ahrefs 1+ years HTML, JavaScript, and CSS as they relate to SEO

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • Writer for Whitepaper on Affordable Home Ownership for the Poor

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We need a person or persons with writing skills and willingness to research the field of home ownership for the poor. The challenges of small home financing and facilitating small property ownership. Our focus is on recipients of $700 - $1000 per month and reducing utilities as well as other related costs.

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • Remote Christian Chaplain

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    As a Remote Christian Chaplain with Hope School Mental Health, you will provide office hours on our website so that our clients can book appointments with you for spiritual direction and mentorship. Your primary duties would include: Meeting one-on-one, through online video calls with our clients to give spiritual direction. Addressing people’s questions and concerns related to the Christian faith. Giving practical, Biblical advice to help people walk with God through their struggles. Praying with and for clients. Optionally, leading online support groups for members. Joining regular meetings with the Hope School Mental Health leadership team.

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Remote Christian Therapist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    As a Remote Christian Therapist with Hope School Mental Health, you will receive clients through us. Your clients will be people dealing with a variety of different mental health struggles. Hope School Mental Health is a Christian faith based non-profit organization. In light of this, we are looking for therapists whose Christian faith is an important aspect of their lives. A license for therapy in the state of California is a requirement. Or else, you may work without a license if you already have a licensed supervisor. Your primary duties would include: Meeting one-on-one, through online video calls with clients to give therapy. Optionally, leading online group therapy. Joining in regular meetings with the Hope School Mental Health leadership team.

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Support our mental health programs by becoming a board member!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    David’s Harp was founded in 1978 by members of the community and of Parkrose United Methodist Church to provide a friendly and peer-supportive environment in which adults with a major mental illness come together to achieve an improved quality of life and the highest possible level of independence in the community. David’s Harp is currently seeking individuals interested in joining its board of directors. Candidates will: have leadership experience accompanied by demonstrated accomplishments; a natural ability for cultivating relationships; display integrity, credibility, and responsibility; and, be passionate about serving adults who have a severe and persistent mental illness. Board members interested in taking an active volunteer role with administrative work, program coordination, or event planning are also a big plus! David’s Harp is particularly interested in individuals with a background in accounting and financial management, or communications, marketing, and public relations. Ideal candidates are visionary thinkers who have the capacity to take on projects - large and small - and see them through. The time commitment for a David’s Harp board member is two (2) to ten (10) hours per month, dependent on upcoming events, projects, or meetings. All board members must attend at least 75% of scheduled board meetings (held the first Thursday evening of every other month) and special events. Due to COVID-19 concerns, some meetings may be held remotely (via video or phone) temporarily. Please contact info@davidsharp.org if you are interested or have any questions.

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Remote Christian Life Coach

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    As a Remote Christian Life Coach with Hope School Mental Health, you will provide office hours on our website so that our clients can book appointments with you for life coaching sessions. For this volunteer position, you must be certified as a mental health life coach. If you need certification, it will be paid for by Hope School Mental Health, providing you commit to volunteering with us for the long-term. Your primary duties would include: Meeting one-on-one, through online video calls with our clients to give life coaching. Giving people practical steps to take to achieve their goals. Optionally, leading online support groups for members. Joining regular meetings with the Hope School Mental Health leadership team.

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
Dated Opportunities
  • Wednesday Night Social: Learn Sign Language

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, January 27, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, January 27th Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Kick off the New Year Vision Board

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, January 13, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, January 13th Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Build Snowman with Handmade Snow

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, January 20, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, January 20th Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Musicians/Singers Volunteer Needed for 2020Homeless Persons' Memorial Day with Care For the Homeless

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, December 16, 2020 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

    Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day (HPMD) is a national day of commemoration for anyone who passed away while experiencing homelessness. Care For the Homeless is holding its virtual memorial on Wednesday, December 16th, 2020. The memorial includes reading the names of those who have passed this year while unstably housed in NYC with a candle lit in their honor and a bell tolled in remembrance. It is a program that is free and open to the public, as an opportunity to remember and advocate for better policies to end homelessness as we know it. We would like to recruit a volunteer band with a singer, preferably, to participate in the virtual memorial. Your team can choose to play live or send us a pre-recorded videos of two-three songs. The hope is to have moving music/song that is non-denominational to honor all those in attendance. We are happy to provide you with any information you might need regarding the event. We look forward to working with you! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me at mpaul12@cfhnyc.org.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Make Hats and Scarves (knit, crochet, fleece tie) for Adults with Disabilities

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Fri, December 18, 2020

    Spread comfort and joy to elders and adults with disabilities who have been most vulnerable to COVID-19 by joining Full Life Care's movement to Craft for a Cause, creating handmade hats and scarves. Adult designs and sizes Knit, crocheted, or fleece tied Soft and tightly woven for warmth Ready to use (no dust, odors, etc.) Ready to help spread the word ? Find out more about our additional option to host a hat and scarf drive of your own to support Full Life Care! Email jessicac@fulllifecare.org for more guidelines and details to mail donations, or arrange a Seattle area pick up or drop off.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Make Blankets (quilt, knit, crochet, fleece tie) for Adults with Disabilities

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Fri, December 18, 2020

    Spread comfort and joy to elders and adults with disabilities who have been most vulnerable to COVID-19 by joining Full Life Care's movement to Craft for a Cause, creating handmade blankets. Adult designs and sizes (lap, twin, or throw) Quilted, knit, crocheted, or fleece tied Soft and tightly woven fabrics/fibers Ready to use (no dust, odors, etc.) Ready to help spread the word ? Find out more about our additional option to host a blanket drive of your own to support Full Life Care! Email jessicac@fulllifecare.org for more guidelines and details to mail donations, or arrange a Seattle area pick up or drop off.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Make Cards for Seniors AT HOME VOLUNTEER PROJECT

    with YouthSERVE
    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, March 20, 2020 - Fri, January 29, 2021

    While we're all stuck at home some people are feeling the stress of isolation. Many seniors are no longer able to see their regular friends and support network. You can send some extra good vibes with an e-card or an old fashioned paper card. For virtual greeting cards: Go to canva.com Follow sign up or login instructions Search 'card’ templates in the search bar or create a card from scratch Include a nice message such as: "Just a friendly little hello from me to you" "Hi there! Just felt like sharing a smile with you today" "Just wanted to send some happy thoughts your way today" "Take extra good care!" "Sending good, healthy vibes your way" "Wishing you well" "Sending hugs and love" "Thinking of you at this time" Have fun and be as creative as you would like! Email your cards to people you know - and send a copy of the card to ys@scvolunteercenter.org - and we'll send them out to seniors in our network Create a physical greeting card: Create a card to show support for those feeling isolated Use colored paper, stickers, markers, and other supplies to create an uplifting card. Include a nice message such as: "Just a friendly little hello from me to you" "Hi there! Just felt like sharing a smile with you today" "Just wanted to send some happy thoughts your way today" "Take extra good care!" "Sending good, healthy vibes your way" "Wishing you well" "Sending hugs and love" "Thinking of you at this time" Drop off your cards at our office 1740 17th Ave, Santa Cruz, Monday through Thursday between 10AM-12PM or 1PM-4PM. Place in the bin in the downstairs lobby. Or set up a pick-up or drop-off location and time with the YouthSERVE Coordinator, ys@scvolunteercenter.org

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Join the Host Committee for Maya's Hope VIRTUAL Lotus Ball 2020

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, September 15, 2020 - Wed, November 18, 2020

    We are looking for amazing and exceptional individuals to join our host committee for the Maya's Hope Virtual Lotus Ball on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. Maya's Hope improves the quality of life of disadvantaged, orphaned and extremely impoverished children around the world. This will be the 9th Annual Gala for Maya's Hope and you can help us raise $75,000! We are looking for individuals from a wide array of backgrounds: law, medicine, entrepreneurs, real estate, finance and those who want to make a difference! Here's what is required: -Purchase your ticket upon joining ($200.00) - Attend and actively participate in a majority of VIRTUAL Committee Meetings (Zoom or calls) - Commit to raising a minimum of $1,500 for the Gala through sponsorships, ticket sales, and auction items with the goal of securing at least one sponsor, one live auction item - Solicit sponsorships from at least five companies - Solicit in-kind donations such as graphic design and photography services, discounted printing, -Be Ambassadors of Maya's Hope -Have integrity and show respect to all volunteers, members of the committee, board and humankind :) If you meet these criteria, please send an email explaining why you would like to join and please attach a copy of your resume or LinkedIn page. Please email maya@mayashope.org. If selected, you will be part of an extraordinary event that directly impacts the lives of the children we serve. We understand that not everyone has the time and resources to meet these expectations but still have a desire to help. To this end, there are other volunteer opportunities available for those individuals who are unable to commit to the full list of tasks outlined above.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Volunteer Assistant to President of the Foundation

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 19, 2020 - Sat, December 19, 2020

    The Afghanistan International Foundation For The Blind (AIFB) formally known as "Afghanistan Blind Women and Children Foundation (ABWC)": Enhancing the lives of blind individuals in the country since August 28, 2009, AIFB has been recognized by NY State as a non-profit foundation. Its mission is to empower Afghan blind women through healthcare and blind children through education and rehabilitation services in Afghanistan. The Afghanistan International Foundation For The Blind needs your time as a volunteer! Description of the position: You will be working directly with the President of the Afghanistan International Foundation for The Blind, doing the following: Research, clerical work, such as: organizing files and folders, accounting and treasury, writing tax-deductible letters, building a database, supporting fundraising efforts, creating a list of potential donors, monitoring other volunteers work in the absence of the president. We welcome student interns for this position, especially in the field of Social Sciences. Qualifications and Responsibilities: Volunteers must be proficient in basic computer skills, such as: Microsoft-word, excel, PowerPoint, research, and responding to emails Must be able to read, write, and communicate: writing professional letters to other organizations, write tax deductible letters, writing partnership letters to national and international organizations in a professional matter, and create excel sheets Must have basic office management skills Volunteers must commit 3 to 6 months work to the foundation Volunteers are responsible for having a signature on any legal documentation provided by (AIFB) foundation Volunteers must protect, respect, and make a commitment to the confidentiality of the foundation. Must follow the rules and regulation of the office work Requirements: Current resume Cover letter Three professional reference letters

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Business Plan needed for SBIR grant: Speech-language game for children with autism

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sun, October 18, 2020 - Thu, December 31, 2020

    We are seeking support for preparing a Commercialization Plan for a SBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) Phase 2 NIH grant proposal. The proposed study focuses on developing and testing Sing and Speak 4 Kids , an online music-based game to help children with autism develop their speech-language, produced by Edtech company iQsonics. CHOC (Children’s Hospital of Orange County) is the principal research partner and testing site. As a telehealth product, SS4Kids is designed to support many families, teachers and therapists with COVID-19 requirements for distance/remote access to interventions. This Early Childhood Music-based Language Development Program is under the fiscal sponsorship of the non-profit sponsor Earth Rights Institute. Reference links: iQsonics / Sing and Speak 4 Kids https://www.SingandSpeak4Kids.com Earth Rights Institute (fiscal sponsor) https://www.earthrightsinstitute.org/about-4/sponsorships/121-iqsonics CHOC Thompson Autism Center https://www.choc.org/programs-services/autism/ Writing a Good Commercialization Plan: Suggestions for SBIR/STTR Applicants https://sbir.nih.gov/sites/default/files/ic_nida/Commercialization-Plan_clean.docx Job details: The 12-page Commercialization Plan needed will provide description of each of the following areas: Value of the SBIR Project, Expected Outcomes, and Impacts Company Overview Market, Customer, and Competition Analysis Intellectual Property (IP) Protection Finance Plan Production and Marketing Plan Revenue Stream Much of this Commercialization Plan has already been developed, but we need a skilled business person to help fill in the holes and formalize the presentation, which is due at the end of December, 2020. A first draft of the plan is expected by the end of November. Requirements: Experience in designing succinct, successful Business Proposals, preferably with an MBA or practical experience in business development Ability to work with a team, good communication skills Availability to begin work online immediately through December Approximately 5-10 hours/week Preference for experience in IT, SAAS, edtech, education, health or related industries. Send intro letter and resume to: David Sonnenschein david@iqsonics.com

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • VIRTUAL: Happy Mail for The Arc's Clients

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sun, September 13, 2020 - Tue, December 29, 2020

    The Arc of San Diego serves adults and children with developmental disabilities in our community. Due to the impacts of Covid-19, many of our clients have been unable to attend adult day programs and other in-person services. Volunteers can sign up to write short letters or send postcards to their clients in group-homes. This is a great way to connect to their organization and participants! Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Note: Addresses and other personal information will not be shared between participants or made public. Safety and privacy will be protected for both volunteers and participants. Signing up: Please contact ltestone@arc-sd.com for more information or to sign up to volunteer! About The Arc of San Diego The Arc of San Diego supports and empowers people with disabilities to achieve their life goals.

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Legislative Advocacy Committee Member

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, November 9, 2020 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM

    Open to those located in Boulder or Broomfield, CO Counties. Join our Legislative Advocacy Committee and help to make changes at the legislative level to support mental health. The NAMI Boulder County Legislative Advocacy Committee meets on the second Monday of the month at 5:30 pm and is open to the public. The Advocacy Committee meeting is immediately followed by the NAMI Boulder County Board Meeting at 6:30 pm. The same dial-in information will be used, and the public is welcome to attend either or both meetings. Join via Zoom https://zoom.us/j/96258964257.

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • Our Vulnerable Elders Need Rides for Critical Appointments, errands & calls!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sun, October 11, 2020 - Tue, December 29, 2020

    Marin Villages is actively recruiting new volunteers who are passionate about supporting older adults, our most vulnerable population, especially during this pandemic. Volunteers take on assignments normally asked of friends, family members or neighbors. We need volunteers to drive our members to vital medical appointments, pick up groceries or prescriptions, and to make friendly phone calls to the members, as they are lonely and isolated due to the shelter in place. There are no set schedules - you sign up for assignments that fit your life. Please join us in making a major difference in the lives of older adults in Marin!

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Grocery Shopping for a Senior

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, April 11, 2020 - Sat, January 30, 2021

    Are you doing weekly shopping for your household? We invite you to help a senior at the same time by serving as a volunteer grocery shopper. We are recruiting healthy volunteers to shop for isolated seniors so that seniors can remain safely at home. All our volunteers will receive a safety training and will be background checked. As a volunteer, your schedule is very flexible; you can talk with the senior you're matched with to find the best shopping time for both of you. And with more seniors than volunteer shoppers, we can use all the help we can get! Get Involved... Fill out this interest form! Learn more about the Grocery Shopper Program here! You can also contact transportation@scvolunteercenter.org or (831) 427-3435 PLEASE READ THESE SAFETY TIPS FOR VOLUNTEERING DURING THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY

    Date Posted: October 13, 2020
  • Holiday Cards

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 12, 2020 - Fri, December 11, 2020

    Write cards for the holiday season with notes for the clients in all of Volunteers of America programs. These programs help individuals and families that are living in a homeless shelter, going through addiction recovery programs, individuals with developmental disabilities and veterans and their families. If you do provide envelopes please make sure to not seal them - we would need to be able to read the messages before passing along out of due diligence. The cards can be handmade or store bought. They can also be made out of any material and be any size. Please make as many cards as you would like, we have a goal of 2000 cards.

    Date Posted: October 12, 2020
  • Holiday Gift Giving Partnership

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 15, 2020 - Tue, December 1, 2020

    Every year, Broadscope Disability Services organizes a Holiday Gift Giving Program to provide gifts to our consumers. We serve individuals with disabilities through our Respite, Employment and Independent Living Programs. Many of our consumers do not have family and friends to celebrate the Holiday season with and Broadscope strives to ensure there is joy and community for all. These gifts are sometimes the only gift they receive! Broadscope is looking to partner with a new company for the gift giving program. There are approximately 75 individuals who need to be matched with an employee. Names, ages, gender and gift suggestions will be provided. Please contact if you are interested in learning more about this partnership. Together, we can make a true difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities.

    Date Posted: October 8, 2020
  • Moderator and Note-Taker for Zoom ALS Support Group

    with Non-Profit
    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 27, 2020 - Tue, December 22, 2020

    ALS is a disease that causes people to lose the ability to control their muscles. People affected with ALS have difficulty writing and typing. Looking for moderator and note-taker for small local monthly Zoom ALS Support Group. This person should have their own computer, internet, some experience with Zoom, and comfortable with multi-tasking. Must be available 4 th Tuesday of each month between 1:30-3:30p PST to moderate, take attendance, notes, and monitor chat for the presenter. Support provided by the Assistive Technology Program Manager at the ALSA Evergreen Chapter. Background check and interview required. Volunteer will be required to maintain attendee confidentiality. Ideally, be available to start on October 27, 2020.

    Date Posted: September 30, 2020
  • VIRTUAL: Social Wellness Friendly Match

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, June 16, 2020 - Tue, December 29, 2020

    Prior to the novel Coronavirus, the JFS Social Wellness Centers and Aging & Wellness Services provided a robust programming for older adults, such as daily meals, exercise classes, art classes, games, cultural programs, and live entertainment. As a human service agency that works with vulnerable populations, including older adults who are most at-risk, they’ve mobilized Social Wellness Centers to be online, providing virtual content such as online social gatherings, training, and entertainment. Their staff is continually working to ensure all clients impacted by program adjustments or closures continue to have the support they need. JFS continues to provide holistic programming through online opportunities. Moreover, JFS staff perform weekly wellness checks with clients, ensuring that their basic and social needs are addressed. But they are missing a key component: socialization. That’s where you come in! They are looking for caring volunteers to be matched with an older adult to create a connection through a mutually agreed upon platform - whether it be a friendly phone call, Zoom chat, an email, or written note or card. The goal would be to create a community while we are navigating social distancing and this new normal. Project Requirements & Important Notes Responsiblities: Connect with your match at least x2/month via email, phone, zoom or written card Provide follow-up and report feedback to JFS staff Qualifications: Must adhere to protecting personal identification of their assigned older adult Must speak clearly and have strong verbal skills Must be friendly and can work well with our older adult population Onboarding: Volunteers must sign up here, complete a Volunteer Application, JFS Friendly Match survey, and attend an online orientation and training before getting started. About Jewish Family Service Jewish Family Service (JFS) is a client-centered, impact-driven organization working to build a stronger, healthier, more resilient San Diego.

    Date Posted: September 30, 2020
  • VIRTUAL: Patient Advocacy Card Writing

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, June 16, 2020 - Tue, December 29, 2020

    Residents in Skilled Nursing Facilities have been particularly affected by COVID-19. With all facilities currently prohibiting any visitation with the exception of end of life, many of the residents have found themselves even more lonely and isolated than before. Jewish Family Service of San Diego's hope is to provide a warm hello with a hand written or hand decorated card to remind them they are not forgotten and we are all thinking about them every day. Their goal is to deliver 1,700 cards. Project Requirements & Important Notes Sign up here to make cards About Jewish Family Service of San Diego Jewish Family Service (JFS) is a client-centered, impact-driven organization working to build a stronger, healthier, more resilient San Diego.

    Date Posted: September 30, 2020
  • Delivery Angel

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, August 4, 2020 - Tue, December 29, 2020

    All of our clients are facing a serious health issue such as cancer or other serious illness or injury. Though they may actually look well, they may be homebound or they may be so sick another person is collecting the food for them. Regardless, our clients need and appreciate the delivery of their meals in a loving and timely manner. As much as possible, we attempt to have our Delivery Angels deliver to clients in the same general areas. Scheduling deliveries is very complex and the clients and availability Delivery Angels varies from week-to-week. We cannot promise that Delivery Angels will get the same clients every week. Regardless if it is a brand new client or a familiar face, the clients so appreciate the smiling eyes and kind spirit of you, our Delivery Angels. Our clients often tell us the Delivery Angel’s visit is the highlight of their week. Each week the Delivery Coordinator creates a route and assigns a Delivery Angel to each route. You will receive your delivery route by email. The email will include the name, address, phone number and any special delivery instructions available for each client assigned to you. The email will also include an attachment with a map and directions.

    Date Posted: September 30, 2020
  • Transportation Hero for a Senior

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, March 24, 2020 - Wed, March 24, 2021

    It's so much more than a ride! Are you a friendly, reliable, and safe driver that can give a few hours to help a senior or disabled person in need? volunteer drivers based out of Santa Cruz or Mid County (Live Oak, Soquel, Aptos) to provide round-trip transportation for seniors (55+) and disabled folks. Drivers provide an invaluable service for seniors by taking them on essential trips to the doctor or to buy groceries. As a volunteer, your schedule is completely flexible; you drive when you have time and no regular commitment is required. Additionally, you will be reimbursed for your gas costs and receive supplemental insurance free of cost. Becoming a volunteer driver is a simple and fun way to build community, reduce isolation, and help all people in our community enjoy the freedom of movement. Get Involved...Express Interest in This Opportunity! You can also contact Tara, at helpinghands@scvolunteercenter.org, (831) 427-5070 ActsOfKindnessFL2018

    Date Posted: September 23, 2020
  • Thank You Meal to Health Care Workers

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, September 17, 2020 - Wed, December 16, 2020

    Plan a meal or sweet treat to be delivered to our health care workers in our group homes. Homes in Summit, Portage or Cuyahoga County. This is a great way for a group to thank some hometown Heroes! Due to health department requirements only fast food, restaurant and store delivery, food truck and restaurant gift cards accepted.

    Date Posted: September 17, 2020
  • Writer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    Writer for our virtual auction: Write promotional materials to increase awareness of the goals of organizations, write articles to preview fundraising items in all media, write the virtual fundraising and auction event Program Guide. (will work with communications chair)

    Date Posted: September 16, 2020
  • Communications Assistant

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    This person will work with the Communications Chair and assist getting the needed pictures and materials for our virtual auction

    Date Posted: September 16, 2020
  • As needed volunteer team

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    Help with any auction related tasks ex. pick up donated items, stuff envelopes, delivery of items after auction etc.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2020
  • Holiday Project: Homemade Melt and Pour Soap

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, September 11, 2020 - Mon, November 30, 2020

    This year has been tough one for everyone, but as the year comes to a close, winter, the loneliest season, promises to be even lonelier. COVID has taken an especially hard toll CRi residents and staff. As some residents are high risk, houses are minimizing risk of contagion by only leaving the house when absolutely necessary, meaning residents can’t take a ride to the grocery store, go for walks in their neighborhoods, or even see their family in person. This holiday season is going to be especially hard as we can’t celebrate in person with friends and family. Our goal this year is to show our appreciation to all the individuals supported by CRi and front line staff who put their safety on the line in order to continue to provide services to some of our most vulnerable community members. There are 350 people supported through CRi’s residential programs and 500 direct support staff working hard to keep them safe every day of the year. A unique homemade soap is both a beautiful and useful gift for everyone to enjoy. Please join us this winter in bringing a small piece of joy and normalcy to those whose lives have been turned upside down. Supplies needed: Melt and pour soap base - usually comes in 2 pound blocks (Available on Amazon and craft stores such as Michaels and Joanne’s) Microwavable bowl(s) Spoon Microwave Mold of your choice - can be pre-bought from craft stores for around $3, or you can use a silicon muffin mold, or glass loaf pan. *Note - if you use a glass pan, be sure to purchase "Freezer Paper" which is different from parchment and wax paper. This will help pull up the soap from the glass pan once it cools. You can also get creative and make your own mold from yogurt containers, milk jugs, etc. Just make sure it can hold the weight and heat of the soap. https://www.cuttothetrace.com/2017/04/getting-creative-with-molds-5-dos-and-donts/ Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol Essential oil(s) Coloring - food coloring or soap coloring Optional - Add-ins such as beauty glitter, dried herbs, exfoliates like Himalayan salt or ground coffee, matcha powder, oatmeal, sprinkles, etc. Optional - Cookie cutters to make cool shapes! Ziploc bags and sharpie Before Getting Started Tips: Don’t use fresh flowers or herbs. They’re more likely to brown and mold. Avoid adding small and plastic such as beads or toys. While pretty, they are a choking hazard for some of our residents. Please make sure your soaps are no smaller than 2"x2" Try testing your scents and colors first by making a small sample soap. This will help you determine what your soap will look and smell like when it dries. Avoid making religiously themed holiday soap to respect the diversity and beliefs of our residents and staff Instructions: The below instructions are for a very basic melt and pour soap. Feel free to get creative! Check out the links included at the bottom for some ideas and inspiration! Start by deciding what type of soap design you want to make and gather the necessary supplies. Begin by cutting the soap base into small, evenly shaped cubes. Place the desired amount of soap cubes in a microwave safe bowl and set for 10-30 seconds. Remove the bowl, stir the soap, and if not completely melted, microwave again for another 20 seconds. Remove from the microwave and stir once more. Repeat this process until the cubes are completely melted. Once the soap is melted, add the color/scent/herbs/exfoliates you want to use. If you are using a powder add in, first mix it with a little bit of alcohol to create a paste. Add a little at a time to see how it mixes with the soap. Mix the ingredients really well! You do not want to have lumps from any of the additives and the oils should be distributed evenly. Grab your mold. If you are using a glass mold, make sure you line the inside with freezer paper before pouring the soap. If you are using DIY molds, make sure you have enough molds so you can quickly pour all the soap while it’s still in liquid form. Here’s a great website for mold dos and don’ts - https://www.cuttothetrace.com/2017/04/getting-creative-with-molds-5-dos-and-donts/ Pour the soap into your mold and lightly spray the top with alcohol to help remove air bubbles. Leave it until it is completely cool and set. Leave the soap to cool in the mold for several hours. Removing the soap prematurely can cause the soap to wrinkle and lose shape. Once the soap is completely set and cooled, remove from your mold and place into a zip lock bag. Label the Ziploc bag with the quantity of soaps, the scent, and any ingredients used so we can avoid distributing to people who may be allergic to certain ingredients. When you have made soap to your heart’s content, the Ziploc bags can be dropped off at the following locations and times: CRi Headquarters 14160 Newbrook Dr, Chantilly, VA 20151 Accepting donations Monday to Sunday from 10am to 2pm Donation boxes are located in the lobby beyond the double glass doors Falls Church/Arlington Maintenance Shop 7297A Lee Hwy, Falls Church, VA 22042 Accepting donations Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm Donation boxes are located in the lobby just inside the front door Richmond Office 808 Moorefield Park Dr., Ste. 120, Richmond, VA 23235 Accepting donations Monday to Friday from 8am to 3:30pm Soap can also be mailed to the following address: Janet Davison CRi - Philanthropy and External Affairs Dept 14160 Newbrook Dr 1 st Floor Chantilly, VA 20151 Need some inspiration? Check out these websites: Melt and pour 101 - http://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/melt-and-pour-soap/free-beginners-guide-to-soapmaking-melt-and-pour/ Inspiration central - https://www.ruralsprout.com/melt-pour-soap-recipes/ Cookie cutter soap shapes - https://www.stephensonpersonalcare.com/recipes/2013-08-14-how-to-make-a-beautiful-soap-gift Layering - https://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/5-tips-layering-melt-pour/ Swirl Designs - https://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/tips-and-tricks/tips-for-swirling-melt-pour-soap/

    Date Posted: September 11, 2020
  • Homemade Sensory Boards for Residents

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, September 11, 2020 - Thu, December 10, 2020

    With COVID changing the way we all interact with the world, we’ve had to adjust our routines, implement coping mechanisms, and find new strategies to connect with our loved ones. CRi residents have had to do the same, but many don’t understand why. They can no longer go to their day-programs, see friends from other homes, or venture into the community for a fun outing. Sensory boards can help individuals with mental health needs and developmental disabilities work on directing their focus and practicing their motor skills. Sensory boards present multiple stimuli that are great outlets for residents and provide tools to staff to encourage continued development while homebound. How can you help? Find items in your house that you can add to the board that can be a tactile stimulant (smooth, rough, soft, hard - tile, fabric, carpet, old plastic toy), make a noise (bike bell, old computer mouse or keyboard, Velcro), or be manipulated (light switch, door knob, chair wheels, old calculator, chain locks). This is a great activity to complete with the kids and a great way to up-cycle some of the items around the house. Check out this website for ideas and inspiration: https://www.weareteachers.com/diy-sensory-board-for-classroom/ Supplies Base board - You can use plywood or MDF. Home Depot and Lowes might have some small scrap pieces you can purchase at a discount. Plywood is better than plastic as it’s sturdier and easier to glue stuff to. Sand paper - 100 - 200 grit. Glue - STRONG glue. Ideally something like Gorilla glue that can be used for multiple surfaces. Paint and paintbrushes - Optional! Make sure to use something like Behr Paint and Primer In-One or you can use stain to keep some of that natural wood finish. Adding a touch of color will help provide a smooth and colorful background for your sensory board. Drill, drill bits, and screws (Optional) ALL THE THINGS Something soft (Feathers? Felt?) Something rough (Lego pieces? Velcro?) Something that makes a noise (Old computer mouse, old key board, metal chain, plastic belt?) Something interactive (Old remote control, zipper, door knobs, fidget spinner?) How to Get Started 1) Find a good piece of wood for your base board. 2) Sand down the edges and surfaces of the board. Say no to splinters! 3) If you would like to add color to your base board, do it now to let the board dry. 4) While you wait, and this is the fun part, grab the family and start collecting the items for your board! They can be anything around the house and a great way to upcycle some old items. When identifying objects for your board think about how they will need to be secured to the wood (Screws? Glue? Tile adhesive? etc) and that they are explorer friendly (no sharp edges, no small, loose edible pieces, and each piece has been cleaned and sanitized). Suggestion - if using items that require batteries, make sure not to glue the access to the batteries to the board so they can be exchanged. Look for variety: Something soft (Ex: Piece of felt, piece of velvet) Something textured (Ex: Lego pieces, Velcro, piece of carpet) Something that makes a noise (Ex: Old computer mouse, old key board, metal chain, plastic clicky belt) Something interactive (Ex: Old remote control, zipper, door knobs, fidget spinner) 5) Once you have collected all your items. Plan on how you would like them placed on your board. Make sure there is enough space on the board to interact with each item. 6) Depending on the items you would like to use, you will need different tools (glue, drill and screws, etc) to adhere them to the base board. This is an adults only step. Be cognizant of the fumes if using super glue. Tip: Check out your local Habitat Restore for the base board and fun items to add to your collection like tile, chair wheels, or coiled door stops that go "Boing". 7) Let dry. 8) Test run! Make sure you test out all the components: Is everything securely attached to the board? There are no small pieces that can fall/be broken off? Are there sharp corners or edges? If it’s fun to touch or fiddle with, you’ve done good work! 9) Sanitize before donating! Sensory Items can be dropped off to the following addresses: Chantilly HQ 14160 Newbrook Dr, Chantilly, VA 20151 Donation boxes are located in the lobby beyond the double glass doors Accepting donations Monday - Sunday from 10am to 2pm Arlington/Falls Church Maintenance Office 7297A Lee Hwy, Falls Church, VA 22042 Donation boxes are located in the lobby just inside the front door Accepting donations Monday - Sunday from 10am to 2pm Richmond 808 Moorefield Park Dr., Ste. 120, Richmond, VA 23235 - Accepting donations Monday - Friday from 8am to 3:30pm

    Date Posted: September 11, 2020
  • Volunteer Grant Writer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Tue, December 8, 2020

    Summary: Primary responsibilities include preparation and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities in the areas of Education, Vocational, and Technology. Qualifield candidates should possess excellent writing skills (Microsoft Office Word, Access, Power-point and Excel), and database management skills. The candidate must be highly organized with the ability to implement systems and follow-up processes, able to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgement and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. Previous experiences will demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities; comprehensive knowledge of research, and the ability to distinguish and identify funding opportunities for special programs. Work is performed under broad direction of the Executive Director with the majority of work performed independently. Please respond with your resume and detail cover letter to ilhi4220@aol.com

    Date Posted: September 10, 2020
  • fundraising activities

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Tue, December 8, 2020

    Planning fund raising activities, carrying out the planning to completion, making contacts for sponsers, arrange of fundraising activities. This position is open for the next two years.

    Date Posted: September 10, 2020
  • Reading Teacher-certified learning disabled

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, September 8, 2020 - Mon, November 16, 2020

    This is an opportunities to teach and enhance reading with learning disabled youth, teaching sound, comprehension, decoding, spelling, building vocabulary, teaching self-control, time management, respect for self and other, this is a independent living reading class. Teaching Reading in small groups of 3 to 5 students, the program is locating in several Detroit Public Schools. Must be certified to teach the learning disabled population. We are hoping that you would stay with us for the whole school year

    Date Posted: August 18, 2020
  • Virtual Volunteer - Arthritis Foundation

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, September 1, 2020 - Mon, November 30, 2020

    The virtual volunteer’s primary role is to complete digital tasks and research projects as assigned by Arthritis Foundation Chapter Staff or the Lead Volunteer. Responsibilities for this position include: Complete digital tasks and research projects as directed by Arthritis Foundation staff or Lead Volunteer. Research projects can include but are not limited to Zip code analysis, Creating Contact information lists for groups or businesses (Gyms, Healthcare Providers, Schools, etc), Neighborhood Home Value Analysis. The ideal candidate should have the following skills: Administrative and IT Skills, ability to maintain records (Microsoft Office). Excellent organizational skills, detailed record keeping Self-motivated Requirements: Reliable home computer or laptop with internet connection Able to work remotely with little to no supervision If you are interested and feel that your skills and abilities fit the needs of this organization please submit your application and you will be contacted should we feel that you meet the needs of the position and organization.

    Date Posted: August 14, 2020
  • Marketing and PR

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, August 14, 2020 - Fri, October 30, 2020

    Marketing and PR Coordinator The ideal candidate for this position will have great writing skills, creativity, and experience in promoting charitable causes. The Marketing and PR Coordinator will be responsible for: Developing press releases and feature stories for media Posting events to on-line media calendars, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Coordinating graphic design and printing projects Obtaining and scheduling media interviews and community speaking engagements for the Director or board members Skills required: Excellent writing and communication skills Media savvy with knowledge of local media outlets/contacts Out of the box thinking that will help raise awareness of the organization and get the attention of potential clients and supporters Experience working with graphic designers and printing companies Research skills Comfortable using current communication tools, apps, and social media

    Date Posted: August 14, 2020
  • Fall 2020: Programming Intern for ALS Nonprofit Hope Loves Company

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Mon, December 21, 2020

    Hope Loves Company, Inc. (HLC) is looking for a highly-motivated, creative, and energetic Programming Intern to join the HLC team. The Programming Intern will work with the Program Director to help oversee program development and management. The ideal candidate is an excellent communicator, has strong writing and organizational skills, and works well as an individual or as part of a team. Responsibilities: Help develop and implement HLC programming Contribute to the creative process of all current and perspective programs Perform outreach to families, businesses, organizations, and hospitals Solicit sponsorships for HLC programming Write and share press releases with the media for HLC programming Assist with Hug of Hope care packages Assist with Virtual Camp HLC programming on weekends Preferred Skills and Requirements: Current enrollment in a program for business, education, nonprofit, or related field Excellent verbal and written communication skills An understanding of social media platforms and trends An interest or passion in marketing or related fields A desire to learn and make a positive impact These volunteer internship positions are remote and can be done from anywhere in the world! Internships are typically 10-20 hours a week, depending on the intern's availability, and internships can also go toward college credit. If you would like to apply, please email your resume and cover letter to our Executive Director Cara Haggerty (cara.haggerty@hopelovescompany.org) by October 1st. Please include the internship position you would like to apply for in the subject line of the email. If you are applying for multiple internships, please send an email with a resume and cover letter for each position.

    Date Posted: August 13, 2020
  • Fall 2020: Development & Outreach Intern for ALS Nonprofit Hope Loves Company

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Mon, December 21, 2020

    Hope Loves Company, Inc. (HLC) is looking for a highly-motivated, creative, and energetic Development and Outreach Intern. They will work with the Executive Director and Founder to conduct and oversee research for grant awards and funding opportunities. The Development and Outreach Intern should be organized, detail oriented, have strong communication skills, and work well as part of a team and as an individual. Responsibilities: Conduct grant research & writing Conduct research for other relevant funding opportunities & awards Solicit sponsorships and in-kind donations for events, programs, and fundraisers Help write, develop, and execute fundraising appeals Help with information/database management Assist with other tasks as directed by the ED Preferred Skills and Requirements: Current enrollment in a 2- or 4-year collegiate program Excellent verbal & written communication skills Attention to detail An interest or passion in research, fundraising, and outreach or related fields A desire to learn and make a positive impact. These volunteer internship positions are remote and can be done from anywhere in the world! Internships are typically 10-20 hours a week, depending on the intern's availability, and internships can also go toward college credit. If you would like to apply, please email your resume and cover letter to our Executive Director Cara Haggerty (cara.haggerty@hopelovescompany.org) by October 1st. Please include the internship position you would like to apply for in the subject line of the email. If you are applying for multiple internships, please send an email with a resume and cover letter for each position.

    Date Posted: August 13, 2020
  • Fall 2020: Marketing Intern for ALS Nonprofit Hope Loves Company

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Mon, December 21, 2020

    Hope Loves Company, Inc. (HLC) is looking for a highly-motivated, creative, and energetic Marketing Intern to join the HLC team. The marketing intern will work with the Executive Director to oversee marketing initiatives and campaigns. The ideal candidate is an excellent communicator, has strong writing and editing skills, and has an understanding of social media platforms, trends, and marketing techniques.The HLC office is located in Pennington, New Jersey. This is a remote and volunteer internship experience. Please let us know if your college or university offers credits for internships. Responsibilities: Monitor and maintain HLC social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn) Design and send monthly e-newsletters using MailChimp email marketing service Design and present new social media campaign ideas Draft, edit, and send press releases and maintain relationships with media contacts Create and design marketing materials for events, social media, newsletter, etc. Assist with daily administrative duties and maintenance of the HLC website Preferred Skills and Requirements: Current enrollment in a program for marketing, communications, writing/English, or related fields Excellent verbal and written communication skills An understanding of social media platforms and trends An interest or passion in marketing or related fields A desire to learn and make a positive impact. These volunteer internship positions are remote and can be done from anywhere in the world! Internships are typically 10-20 hours a week, depending on the intern's availability, and internships can also go toward college credit. If you would like to apply, please email your resume and cover letter to our Executive Director Cara Haggerty (cara.haggerty@hopelovescompany.org) by October 1st. Please include the internship position you would like to apply for in the subject line of the email. If you are applying for multiple internships, please send an email with a resume and cover letter for each position.

    Date Posted: August 13, 2020
  • Fix-It Program - Skilled Carpenters, Plumbers, and Handypersons

    with FREED
    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, June 1, 2019 - Mon, June 28, 2021

    FREED's Fix-It Program is volunteer-driven and focuses on addressing the health and safety needs of Nevada and Sierra County residents so they may remain independently in their own home. As a Fix-It volunteer you will be serving seniors and people with disabilities addressing minor home repairs or modifications that fit your skill set. You will be offered the opportunity to work on a variety of services such as: installing grab bars, railing, or transfer poles repairing steps placing portable ramps building new ramps making minor plumbing repairs We are recruiting people with appropriate skills willing to contribute a minimum of three hours per month, and possibly larger amounts of time (less frequently) to co-work on more involved projects or to fulfill an urgent request. If you are interested in volunteering for the Fix-It Program, we require you to fill out an application that includes two professional and two personal references. We also ask volunteers to sign a Confidentiality Statement, an agreement that we are a Drug & Alcohol-free workplace, and an authorization to complete a background check. Fix-It volunteers provide an invaluable service to our community - your skills allow seniors and people with disabilities to remain safely in their homes. FREED volunteers have the opportunity to be highlighted at the top of our free Referral List, which we provide to over 600 people each year. The list includes handypeople, contractors, and various types of in-home care and service providers. Community members can hire directly from this list for jobs outside our Fix-It scope, knowing FREED has vetted the professionals on the list.

    Date Posted: July 27, 2020
  • Valentine's Day Singles Mingle

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, February 19, 2021 02:30 PM - 04:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When:Friday, February 19th Time: 2:30 - 4:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Virtual Hiking Club

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, January 26, 2021 - Tue, March 23, 2021

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Last Tuesday of the Month (January 26th, February 23rd & March 23rd) Time: 10:00 - 11:30 am Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Comedy Night

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, February 24, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, February 24th Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Live Item Chair

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    Reports directly to Procurement Chair, ensure all the data is accurate and complete for each item, decides which items will be packaged together to create a live package and work directly with the Database Chair to create these 'packages’ in database

    Date Posted: September 16, 2020
  • Procurement Team

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    The Procurement Team works with procurement chair on contacting local Washington State businesses on the Eastside: Bellevue, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Redmond, Renton, Issaquah, Sammamish, Woodinville and Snoqualmie for annual charity donations, consists of 8-10 people to divide and conquer list of established donors, most of this team's time will be online emails and phone calls to prospective donors

    Date Posted: September 16, 2020
  • Video Editing

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    Video Editing for Live Auction Videos

    Date Posted: September 16, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Mason Jar Vegetable Garden

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, March 3, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, March 3rd Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Movie Night with PJ's

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, February 17, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, February 17th Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Tangled the Musical

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, February 3, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, February 3rd Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Silent Item Chair

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, September 9, 2020 - Thu, November 12, 2020

    This position is for our Beneath the Same Sky Virtual Auction on November 12, 2020; our biggest fundraiser of the year. The silent chair reports directly to Procurement Chair, ensure all the data is accurate and complete for each silent item, decides which items will be packaged together to create a silent package and work directly with the Database Chair

    Date Posted: September 9, 2020
  • Wednesday Night Social: Valentine's Heart String Art

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, February 10, 2021 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Wednesday, February 10th Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • OTT6: Living Room Concert

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, March 1, 2021 03:30 PM - 05:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Monday, March 1st Time: 3:30 - 5:00 PM Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • OTT5: Escape Disney World

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, February 18, 2021 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Thursday, February 18th Time: 3:00 - 5:00 PM Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • OTT4: Valentine's Day Bingo with Candy Hearts

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, February 11, 2021 03:30 PM - 05:00 PM

    About Us: Reach for Resources is a non-profit organization that supports individuals with disabilities and mental illness to reach their full potential! About this Program: When: Thursday, February 11th Time: 3:30 - 5:00 PM Where: WebEx As a volunteer, you will help promote social interaction as well as participate in all activities with the participants to enhance the overall experience! Volunteers will need access to internet as well as a computer/tablet/phone. Interested in Volunteering? Please email Jesse jhartrick@reachforresources.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020