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Summer will be here before we know it. Get your name on the list to help your neighbor! As our clients get older, certain tasks become difficult for our clients to do. One of them is mowing their lawns. It brings our clients such joy to be able to look out their windows and see freshly, beautiful cut grass.
Medicinal Foods for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety is recruiting Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Stakeholder Seniors Program Management, CrowdDoing We're helping to build medicinal foods literacy and citizen science of foods & herbs for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety. Here is the main package for your review to determine if you are interested: docs.google.com/document/d/1bT47d5eDE2NVW606d1Y7TeKp1hDHyP_JBuJ94Cyy0B4/edit?usp=sharing . Please feel free to view this powerpoint to get an overview of this initiative: docs.google.com/presentation/d/12aEqwiRctIx3QcvK6HNFy4uJ5TgRffxQ7xPLEINNyJw/edit?usp=sharing Did you know that there are thousands of foods and herbs that can impact our mental health in positive ways? CrowdDoing is a global virtual collaboration to research medicinal foods for stress, sleep and anxiety. Our project has the goal of advancing integration across fields of research and to build medicinal foods literacies in the population. We're recruiting virtual volunteer service learning project managers. This role is for Medicinal Foods, Medicinal Foods Service Learning Micro-Leadership Project Management. CrowdDoing aims to make each role flexible, allowing you to become engaged according to your own schedule. You will have the chance to assume micro-leadership responsibilities in keeping with your aspirations and availability. https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/. You can see a video introduction (7 minutes & 25 second) to CrowdDoing's medicinal foods. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUrvRkx7_y8 We're helping to build medicinal foods literacy and citizen science of foods & herbs for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety. What skills will you practice gaining mastery of this this role? Skills that overlap with what are needed for Medicinal Foods project management Service Learners include skills relevant to future project delivery in the project management profession. These skills include hard skills like "ability to make data-driven decisions" and soft skills like :problem-solving, interpersonal, communication, teamwork, leadership)" Developing Digital-Age Project Management Skills to Thrive in Disruptive Times https://www.pmi.org/-/media/pmi/documents/public/pdf/learning/thought-leadership/pulse/digital-pm-skills.pdf?sc_lang_temp=en There are other frames that the PMI for what skills represent the future of project management which are also learnable through multi-disciplinary project management focused service learning at CrowdDoing's medicinal foods team. Each of the skills identified by Sam Sauer in a January 9, 2018 called "The Skills Project Managers Will Need in 2025" can be honed through this role: Emotional Intelligence, Adaptability Working with and Managing Remote Teams Data Science Expertise https://www.liquidplanner.com/blog/skills-project-managers-will-need-2025/ There are other skills of the future of project managers that can be learned through this role. "Project Management: 5 Characteristics of 'Transformational' PMOs" identified these skills, all of which connect to this role: "Consistency, Transparency, Flexibility, Agility, Educational". These are characteristics that take practice to develop. https://www.cio.com/article/2409234/project-management--5-characteristics-of--transformational--pmos.html Each group reporting on the field identifies different skills that are needed. "A new report from Forrester Research describes the characteristics of next-generation project management offices with real-world advice from leading PMO directors on how to get there: 1. Leadership 2. Motivation 3. Communication 4. Organization 5. Prioritization 6. Problem solving 7. Adaptability" https://www.cio.com/article/2389129/project-management-7-must-have-project-management-skills-for-it-pros.html All of these skills are learnable through service learning with CrowdDoing's medicinal foods team in our project management roles. CrowdDoing provides real-world project-based learners to service learners who want to both develop their skills, and learn new skills related to systemic thinking, systemic change, and multi-disciplinary collaboration. Here is the main package for their review to determine if you are interested: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bT47d5eDE2NVW606d1Y7TeKp1hDHyP_JBuJ94Cyy0B4/edit?usp=sharing . We also have a powerpoint we can share- https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/12aEqwiRctIx3QcvK6HNFy4uJ5TgRffxQ7xPLEINNyJw/edit?usp=sharing Pinterest page: pinterest.com/medicinalfoodscitizenscience/boards/ CrowdDoing leverages micro-leadership. You can see this public article about our work: https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/ Please get in touch if you would be interested in supporting us through the role of:Medicinal Foods, Medicinal Foods Curriculum Development Sub-Project Project Management. Pinterest page: pinterest.com/medicinalfoodscitizenscience/boards/ CrowdDoing leverages micro-leadership. You can see this public article about our work: https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/ Please get in touch if you would be interested in supporting us through the role of:Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Stakeholder Millennials Program Management, CrowdDoing This role is to help us reach Seniors (65+) who need to manage stress, sleep or anxiety. " SWOT Analysis: A volunteer conducts internal and external market research and develops a SWOT analysis that outlines your organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. " from https://www.capacitycommons.org/guidebook/scope/view-sample-projects/ Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Project Management Office Program Management Role As our project manager, your job will be to coordinate people and processes to ensure that our projects are delivered on time and produce the desired results. You will be the go-to person for everything involving a project’s organization and timeline. Project management responsibilities include delivering every project on time within budget and scope. Project managers should have a background in business skills, management, budgeting and analysis. Project managers are skilled at getting the best out of the people and projects that they oversee. They thrive when planning projects and working with project teams. Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Project Management Office Program Management Project Manager Duties Project management responsibilities include delivering every project on time within budget and scope. Project managers should have a background in business skills, management, budgeting and analysis. Project managers are skilled at getting the best out of the people and projects that they oversee. They thrive when planning projects and working with project teams. Specific project manager responsibilities include developing detailed project plans, ensuring resource availability and allocation and delivering every project on time within budget and scope. Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Project Management Office Program Management Project Manager We are looking for an experienced Program Manager to organize and coordinate programs. You will provide strategic guidance to teams and project managers in ways that promote the company’s culture. You will also oversee the progress of operations. The ideal candidate will be an excellent leader and will have experience in managing staff of different disciplines to produce results in a timely manner. They will also be able to develop efficient strategies and tactics. The goal is to ensure that all programs deliver the desirable outcome to our organization. Project management responsibilities include delivering every project on time within budget and scope. Project managers should have a background in business skills, management, budgeting and analysis. Project managers are skilled at getting the best out of the people and projects that they oversee. Project managers should have a background in business skills, management, budgeting and analysis. You should be an excellent communicator and comfortable managing multiple tasks. you also need to be a team player and have a problem-solving aptitude. Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Stakeholder Youth Program Management, CrowdDoing Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget Developing project scopes and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility Ensure resource availability and allocation Develop a detailed project plan to track progress Use appropriate verification techniques to manage changes in project scope, schedule and costs Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques Report and escalate to management as needed Manage the relationship with the client and all stakeholders Perform risk management to minimize project risks Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation Great educational background, preferably in the fields of computer science or engineering for technical project managers Proven working experience as a project administrator in the information technology sector Solid technical background, with understanding or hands-on experience in software development and web technologies Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills PMP / PRINCE II certification is a plus Formulating, organizing and monitoring inter-connected projects Deciding on suitable strategies and objectives Coordinating cross-project activities Formulate, organize and monitor inter-connected projects Decide on suitable strategies and objectives Coordinate cross-project activities Lead and evaluate project managers and other staff Develop and control deadlines, budgets and activities Apply change, risk and resource management Assume responsibility for the program’s people and vendors Assess program performance and aim to maximize ROI Resolve projects’ higher scope issues Prepare reports for program directors Proven experience as a Program Manager or other managerial position Thorough understanding of project/program management techniques and methods Excellent Knowledge of performance evaluation and change management principles Excellent knowledge of MS Office; working knowledge of program/project management software (Basecamp, MS Project etc.) is a strong advantage Outstanding leadership and organizational skills Excellent communication skills Excellent problem-solving ability BSc/BA diploma in management or a relevant field; MSc/MA is a plus "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link"
Project Overview: Project Name: CrowdDoing Projects Project Duration: (in months) Ongoing Project outline: The Social Enterprise is a community of systems practitioners working on a myriad of mission-driven projects, social businesses, investment funds, philanthropic programs, purpose-based communities, and other initiatives that represent values-based and regenerative economic models for the 21st century. Role Summary: Reporting to the Meta volunteer of the People Management Team, Sourcing Operation Specialist is an integral part in the success of CrowdDoing. The Sourcing Operation Specialist will work to provide support to the People Management Team. Our Sourcing Operation Specialist possess the following competencies self-starter attitude, strategic, action oriented, quick learner, comfortable utilizing virtual communication methods, tech-savvy, multitasker, and strong communication skills. Essential Tasks: · Responsible for posting on various job posting websites. · Sends initial contact emails to applicants advising them of the next steps. · Ensure all applicants are entered into applicant tracking system under appropriate vacancy. · Reviews all roles to ensure applicant has not applied to multiple roles before forwarding it to the respective HRBP, to eliminate duplicate interviews. · Forward all volunteer applications to the appropriate area for interview. · Responsible for maintaining volunteer Match and other website postings for accurate and clear role analyses. · Regularly update a job description bank of all roles being posted online via HRBPs · Maintain a consolidated up to date tracker of all potential applicants in Volunteer Match. · Assist with exit management process. Skills & Competencies: · Minimum of 7 hours volunteer engagement per week · Human Resources degree or experience preferred · Highly collaborative style; experience working in a virtual environment highly preferred · Excellent communication skills; follow up and follow through approach. Must be very responsive to all applicants within 48 business hours. · A strong track record as being strategic. · High energy, maturity, and leadership with the ability to serve as a unifying force for all communication efforts · Self-starter, able to work virtually, independently, and entrepreneurial; enjoys creating and implementing new initiatives. · Comfortable working in a startup phase non-profit organization. One portrayal of the "Four job skills the HR leaders of the future" was written up in Fast Company by Lars Schmidt founder of Amplify & HR Open Source initiative. In the article were identified the following four characteristics of the HR leader of the future: Learning agility, creativity, business & data acumen, storytelling. https://www.fastcompany.com/90206307/four-job-skills-the-hr-leaders-of-the-future-will-need Each of these skills can effectively be learned through service learning CrowdDoing human resource volunteering. In another portrayal of the future of human resources, Adhiraj Dey Adhiraj Dey - (VP (HR), ITC ), wrote article about the skills needed for being a human resources leader in the future: · "problem-solving ability · Systems thinking · Technology understanding · Comfort with ambiguity" · https://www.thecareermuse.co.in/future-hr-2020-onwards/ · CrowdDoing Human Resources Business Partners can deploy their problem-solving ability, develop and apply systems thinking skills, gain greater technical understanding and navigate ambiguity with comfort as skills that are learnable through their roles with CrowdDoing. CrowdDoing works on systemic change for which systems thinking is required. According to Barry Lawrence, HRCI Staff Writer, who wrote in his Human Resources Certification Institute’s Blog an article called, The Future of HR Competencies on Jun 14, 2016, there are six competencies that individuals will need to develop to be prepared for the future in HR. Five of the six can be developed through volunteering with CrowdDoing’s Human Resources Team: Become strategic advisors who can articulate what’s necessary to properly execute a given strategy. Have the qualities of both cultural stewards and credible activists to achieve business outcomes. Embrace data analyst capabilities to help companies know where to invest and divest in terms of human capital. Be talent development facilitators and weave talent development responsibilities throughout the organization. Cultivate a more innovative culture with divergent thinking and the testing of new ideas." · https://www.hrci.org/community/blogs-and-announcements/hr-leads-business-blog/hr-leads-business/2016/06/14/the-future-of-hr-competencies "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link"
Salus Hospice is looking for creative individuals who love to sew and want to share their talents with hospice patients and families. Creating a Memory Pillow, sewn by a volunteer with compassion, can help the family heal a little faster after losing a loved one. We provide you with the materials from the family and a little background into the person who passed in order for you to make a One of a Kind Memory Pillow. Your creation might bring a little joy for the family each time they look at their pillow helping ease the pain of their recent loss. If you have any questions you need answered before applying for this volunteer position, please contact Diane Brown Volunteer Coordinator at 949. 774 6911.
The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Friendly Visiting Program is seeking a Spanish speaking volunteers to speak to seniors living on the Upper East Side and East Harlem. If you are a fluent Spanish language speaker and would be willing to call a senior 2-3 times per week to check in with them, please let us know! This program is managed in partnership with the NYC Department for the Aging. To be eligible to volunteer, volunteers must be able to complete and send back an application and background check form. The background check forms requires submission of personal information including your social security number. Thank you for considering this volunteer opportunity and we hope to hear back from you, soon!
Helping and giving back to neighbors, health care workers and others is how we can be powerful during this critical time. Share your good acts on socials and use #ShowUsYourGood Safely send virtual thank-you messages or videos for your loved ones who are health care staff, emergency responders, grocery store employees, delivery drivers, etc. These family friendly activities can include creating virtual thank you cards, making yard signs or writing encouraging messages to display in a window to inspire and encourage front-line workers during these challenging times. Connect to one of the many free options available for creating an electronic thank you or for ideas on how to make creative signs at home! For friends and loved ones working in health care, offer to sponsor meal deliveries for those working during long shifts.
Are you inspired to contribute home-sewn masks, in response to COVID-19? Consider supporting the hundreds of Full Life homecare aides providing vital in-home support to vulnerable adults throughout King County in Washington State, as part of our not-for profit organization's commitment, regardless of clients' income. For guidelines and mailing instructions, please see the flyer on our website: https://www.fulllifecare.org/ways-to-give/volunteer/ For more insight into our caregivers' experience, please see the our blog: https://www.fulllifecare.org/if-you-were-a-home-care-aide/
Join Norfolk County RSVP in writing letters to COVID-19 First Responders and Deployed Troops, thanking them for their Service. Norfolk County residents, age 55 and older can participate in this meaningful and much appreciated outreach effort. Send your letters to the RSVP office. They will be compiled with other letters we receive and forwarded to Operation Gratitude. RSVP will provide you with an information sheet with tips on what to write. Operation Gratitude will insert your letters in special care packages that are then distributed to First Responders throughout the Country. If you live outside of Norfolk County or are under 55 years old, please contact Operation Gratitude directly at www.operationgratitude.com for information on letter-writing. Norfolk County RSVP, PO Box 310 614 High Street, Dedham, MA 02027 Norfolk County RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) is a community service program that invites individuals 55 and over to provide much needed volunteer service within the County. Our mission is to match and engage volunteers with meaningful community support opportunities at more than sixty municipal, non-profit and healthcare agencies in the county. Primary areas include Food Security, Elementary School Classroom Support and Veterans Support Services. Norfolk County RSVP is funded by the Norfolk County Commissioners and a federal grant to encourage and support volunteerism at a local and national level. Operation Gratitude is a non-profit organization that provides care packages to military servicemen and first responders as a way of recognizing and honoring the critical services they provide to the Country. The program has delivered more than 200,000 First Responder Care Packs to 400+ departments throughout the United States. Of all the items included in these Care Packs, the most cherished are the personal letters of appreciation! Now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, these letters serve an especially important role.
Preferred Character: You are self-directed and passionate about volunteering your time for a cause that you feel is worthy - hopefully that includes Brain Health! Benefits to you: -Gain more experience with your technical skill -Fulfillment helping a worthy and cutting edge cause -Learn about making the best of your brain Your efforts will help us serve many more seniors in our community than we are able to do now and you will build your experience in an area that you may have interest in as well for future endeavors. Support needed: Edit footage of programs and previous events into 2-3 and 10 minute videos. Responsibilities: Edit footage and create videos for website and YouTube Channel. Maintain correspondence with Whole Brain Health contact about needed edits and finalizing videos. Skills/Experience: Videography, video editing, experience with YouTube video upload and if possible YouTube curation. NOTE: Keep in mind that we are a very small, relatively new organization with a team that is mobile and virtual, spread across the United States. We ask that you have at least 1 - 10 hours a week to contribute and that you are self-directed with some support from our executive director and occasionally other team members. The amazing part is that you have the potential to make a much more significant contribution than if you were a part of a larger more established organization. Your creative ideas and skills can help create lasting foundational impact for those vulnerable to brain diseases - such as Alzheimers and Dementia. Awesome volunteers in the past have helped us develop curriculum that we still use today, graphic design that still inspires our audience, social media setup that still engages more and more of those with question marks about their brain health. So, thank you in advance! You mean a lot to us in this journey to grow!
Going crazy in quarantine? Do you, your kids, your quarantined cuties need something to do? There are so many elderly in facilities who are on lockdown and isolated from family, friends and volunteers who cannot visit. You know how they feel. Send them some love: Send a note Mail a postcard Take a picture of your dog, lizard, bird, ferret, octopus and show them how proud you are of your baby Make some individual, incredible art and mail it Write a poem and share it Create a meaningful message of hope and put it out there Scrawl a favorite Bible verse Draw your dog or cat and share it with them (don't tell the cat, they don't take it as well as the dog will) Contact me if you'd like to help. There are so many who would benefit from hearing from you, and it just might make you feel a little better knowing that you made someone's day and took their mind off being alone, isolated and uncertain about this future. Give them hope. Hospice patients and residents at these facilities would so appreciate a note from you! Knowing that you care about them, and that they're not alone would really make their day. Your note will take their mind away from this situation where they have no control. Please contact me if you'd like to send a card or a thousand cards and I'll give you some facility addresses where the residents are just waiting to hear from you. Do you want to help the community but don't know how because of social distancing or quarantine (or you just don't want to be around people)? Contact me to find out how! email@example.com 614-381-6023 (work cell)
We are looking for knitters and crocheters to help craft lap blankets and prayer shawls for our hospice patients. Your time and talent will bring a sense of peace and thankfulness to both our patients and their families. If you can help, call Marrilee at Gentiva Hospice 616-249-3043
Love to sew? Basic skills needed to create a 'fidget blanket' for our Alzheimer and Dementia patients at Gentiva Hospice. These small patchwork like blankets have a different 'activities' from zippers, buttons, beads or beanie buddies' they help provide a calming experience for those in distress. Your time and talent can help provide the release these patients need. For more information, instructions, etc. please email me! Some supplies available. Could be great group project for girl scouts!
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.
We are looking for people who are passionate about getting the word out ways to help the most vulnerable in society. I'd like help to spread the word RAPIDLY our organization/s effort to battle COVID19 to a large number of people. I need to connect and engage with my target audience through organic development and growth, across social channels like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, SnapChat, and Tik Tok to build awareness and disseminate critical life-saving prototypes (available for free download) to those in direct need (medical professionals, essential services) and those in the Maker Community. We currently have a great team of volunteers and lots of material, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have an amazing story to tell the world, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
Would you like to make a difference in the lives of our vulnerable elderly seniors, and support our Waveny healthcare heroes on the front lines while we maintain isolation during Covid-19? While we cannot welcome volunteers onsite at the moment we are looking for volunteers out in the community to rally support for our residents, and help provide connection and recreation programs which we will distribute over our in house TV channel. Could you create or encourage others to create short, personalized video programming that will help our residents stay in touch with our community? We welcome all sorts of uplifting music, entertainment to supplement. For more information contact Stella Clarke Executive Director of Community Engagement and Volunteering firstname.lastname@example.org 203594 5334
Wesley Property Management specializes in managing affordable housing communities across the national capital region. The property management team cultivates safe, welcoming communities while providing exceptional support for every resident. Share your spare time to help them by rewriting English documents in their native languages such as monthly community memos and newsletters to keep residents current with community news. A bi-lingual volunteer is needed translate for each of the following languages: Farsi Korean Commitment: 1 hour; once or twice per month.
Encore Fellowships provide paid, transitional engagements in nonprofit organizations for those, typically 50+, considering retirement, with 20 plus years professional experience, who wish to move to the sector. Fellowships are flexible, 250-500-1000 hours, part to full time. A stipend of $25,000 for 1000 hours is prorated accordingly for shorter engagements. A Bay area nonprofit needs the help of a Product Management professional. Remote work is acceptable. If interested, to learn more and apply visit https://encore.org/fellowships/directory/. For more information contact email@example.com Matches are made based on skills, interest, and availability of positions at non-profit hosts continually throughout the year. Positions constantly change and are in the Oakland/East Bay area. Fellowships include education on the sector and networking with a cohort of peers.
Encore Fellowships provide paid, part-time transitional engagements in nonprofit organizations for those, typically 50+, considering retirement, with 20 plus years of professional experience, who wish to move to the sector. Fellowships are flexible, from part to full time, for 250, 500, or 1000 hours. Stipend of $25,000 is pro-rated based on hours worked. An East Bay non profit needs assistance with sales administration. If interested, to learn more, and to apply visit https://encore.org/fellowships/directory/. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Matches are made based on skills, interest, and availability of positions at non-profit hosts continually throughout the year. Positions constantly change and are in the Oakland/East Bay area. Fellowships include education on the sector and networking with a cohort of peers.
Hospice is a special type of service provided to those patients nearing the end of life. There are many opportunities for volunteers to impact another persons life. Volunteers can choose: Companionship Reading Scrapbooking Run Errands Pet Therapy Music Therapy Light Housekeeping Life Review Bereavement Support Office Assistance Looking for people that live in the Casa Grande area. Make a difference in someones life today and become a volunteer for Hospice at Home of Arizona.
Hospice is a special type of service provided to those patients nearing the end of life. There are many opportunities for volunteers to impact another persons life. Volunteers can choose: Companionship Reading Scrapbooking Run Errands Pet Therapy Music Therapy Light Housekeeping Life Review Bereavement Support Office Assistance Our patients are located in different areas of the valley. We work hard to place our volunteers with patients that are close to them. Make a difference in someones life today and become a volunteer for Hospice at Home of Arizona.
Are you a seasoned business professional? Do you wish to use your skills in the social impact sector? Encore Fellowships provide paid, transitional engagements in nonprofit organizations for those usually 50+, with 20+ years of work experience, who are considering retiring and wish to move to the social impact sector for their second act. Fellowships are flexible, part to full time, for 250, 500, or 1000 hours. A $25,000 stipend for 1000 hours is pro-rated for lesser hour engagements. If you have skills fundraising and development, a non-profit needs your help. If interested, to learn more and to apply visit https://encore.org/fellowships/directory/. For more information contact email@example.com Matches are made based on skills, interests, and availability of positions at non-profit hosts. Fellowships include education on the sector and networking with a cohort of peers.
Help Seniors by providing yard and lawn maintenance throughout Tulsa and surrounding communities. Must hav own lawn/yard tools such as mower, edger, rakes, trash bags etc. This opportunity is generally goes from spring through fall leaf season. Must be willing to assist in all areas of Tulsa and surrounding communities. Great opportunity for teens working on community hours for school/college.
Volunteers are needed to drive cancer patients to and/ or from treatment. This is great way to help a person in need to get well and give back to the community at the same time. After financial needs, transportation is one of the most requested services patients require. Help someone in need and bulid a lasting relationship!
What is The Longest Day? The Longest Day is a team event to raise funds and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association(r). Held annually on summer solstice, the duration of this sunrise-to-sunset event symbolizes the challenging journey of those living with the disease and their caregivers. Teams are encouraged to create their own experience as they fundraise and participate in an activity they love to honor someone facing the disease. How do I participate? STEP 1 GRAB YOUR FRIENDS Grab your friends, family and co-workers and form a team. You don’t have to live in the same city or state - or even the same country! Don’t be nervous to ask others to get involved - you’ll be surprised how many people have been affected by Alzheimer’s and want to join the fight. STEP 2 PUT YOUR PASSION TO GOOD WORK On The Longest Day, select an activity you love - or honor a caregiver, or someone living with or lost to the disease, by selecting his or her favorite hobby. You’re limited only by your imagination. STEP 3 RAISE MONEY AND MOVE THE CAUSE FORWARD Every team is asked to register and raise a minimum of $1,600 to further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. Fundraise leading up to and on The Longest Day. We’ll help with coaching, tools and advice! STEP 4 PLAN YOUR DAY From sunrise to sunset, The Longest Day stretches 16 hours. Divide the day into segments and ask teammates to cover a portion. If you live in the same area, host an all-day event to cheer each other on. If your team members are in different locations, stay in touch with texts, tweets and Facebook posts. STEP 5 CELEBRATE AT SUNSET Gather your team - whether in person or virtually - and celebrate your accomplishments while recognizing the strength of those facing Alzheimer’s.
Athena Hospice is currently looking for volunteers to join our caring and dedicated team. If you are looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity in a supportive and friendly environment, then this may be the opportunity for you. Volunteers are needed for caregiver relief, companionship, or just bed side presence. Athena Hospice is not about giving up. It is about HOPE for those who are facing life limiting illness. HOPE of living their lives free of pain without fear and in the company of family and friends. Volunteers may assist the patient with companionship, caregiver relief, listening and complementary therapies. The opportunities are endless. We provide all the training needed and additional training in specific areas of interest. Please open your heart to someone who is facing a life limiting illness. Contact : G Marie Rufini 860 422 0946 firstname.lastname@example.org
LSS Caregiver Support & Respite is now seeking volunteers to support family caregivers throughout Minnesota via phone or video chat. This is a fun way to connect with others while staying home, create new friendships and make a huge difference for those feeling isolated or overwhelmed. Virtual training is provided! To learn more or get started please visit www.lssmn.org/caregiver
Alzheimer's is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. and one of the most feared diseases among seniors. Yet many communities lack important information about this terrible disease. Help educate residents of Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino or Lake counties by volunteering as a Community EducatorOutreach volunteer. Staff a table at a local health fair, drop off materials to your senior or community center, network with local places of worship and social clubs. Additionally if you enjoy public speaking or teaching others, you may also have the opportunity to educate community members about the difference between normal aging and Alzheimer's, how to reduce one's risk of getting the disease, and the programs and services available to families and individuals coping with Alzheimer's. Help bring awareness to YOUR local community!
Purpose: To come alongside older adults who live alone and build mutually beneficial relationships through phone calls and reassurance. Individual or family-unit volunteers are thoughtfully matched with an elder based on interests, personality, and location. Location: Hamilton County Responsibilities & Expectations: Volunteers call the elder a minimum of once per week to check-in and provide reassurance. Volunteers may have additional opportunities to deliver supplies or do home visits following social distancing protocols. Qualifications: Valid license and insurance required. Reliable transportation a must. Ability to commit to position for a minimum of one (1) year strongly suggested. Willing to meet different kinds of people and being open to new experiences strongly preferred. We are excited about encouraging inter-generational friendships, but you must have a parent or guardian accompany you if you are under 18. Think you might be interested? Fill-out an application online by going to www.stalexiusoutreach.org/volunteer There are many ways to get involved, so give us a call if this doesn't quite fit what you are looking for!
DUE TO THE UNPRECEDENTED RESPONSE, this listing is "On hold" for now. Please check back for more volunteer opportunities. You can help someone even from the comfort of your own home! Volunteer to call older adults who are lonely (especially during this pandemic). Call weekly or more often if you like, to just check in or to chat for a bit. This is a fun, easy way to give back when you can't be out and about.
JFS Remote Volunteer & Community Engagement Opportunities Many of us are scrambling to find ways to support our communities while social distancing. Here are some ways in which you can safely help JFS to support WNY’s most vulnerable throughout this pandemic, without ever leaving your home: Help spread the word about JFS’s Emergency COVID-19 Donation Drive for medical supplies, non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, and personal care items by sharing the following information on social media or via email within your circles: Language: Are you going out to stock up on non-perishable food, personal care items, cleaning supplies, and medical supplies for your family? Do you think you could grab a few items for our families, too? Please consider donating to JFS’s COVID-19 Emergency Donation Drive. You can drop off items at JFS (70 Barker Street, Buffalo, NY 14209) in the bins located in the downstairs hallway through our Barker Street entrance. We are currently asking for the following items: Most Needed: -rice -powdered milk -canned meat, fish, vegetables and beans -cooking oil -fruit cups -cereal -granola bars -toilet paper -laundry detergent -disinfectant wipes Ongoing Needs: -all purpose cleaners/Windex -baby wipes -shampoo/conditioner -paper towels -garbage bags -reusable grocery bags Social Distancing-Friendly Options: If you are unable to leave your home right now, but would still like to contribute, you can make a monetary donation on our website ( www.jfsbuffalo.org) or purchase items on our Amazon wishlist, here: http://a.co/hTFJjxm 2. Make a phone call or write a letter to a Holocaust Survivor or senior citizen who is not able to visit with their loved ones at the moment, due to social distancing. 3. Arrange delivery of groceries or a take-out meal for one of our low-income families who are struggling to make ends meet right now, or for someone who is quarantining due to vulnerability. 4. Contact your elected officials, asking for support for our community’s most vulnerable throughout COVID-19. Find your elected officials here: https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials 5. Volunteer with our local Kosher Meals on Wheels initiative! You can help organize remotely, or if you are at low risk and feel comfortable doing so, you can help deliver meals. Contact Rabbi Laizer Labkovski at email@example.com for more information. 6. Volunteer with our Parenting Support Program! -Create a video or written guide to a DIY activity that parents can do at home with their children -Facilitate a "Virtual Story Time" session for children. 7. Print out JFS’s "Virtual Hugs" color sheet. Color and place it in your front window to spread some love and cheer to your neighbors, which can be found on our Facebook page! 8. Update your Facebook profile picture to include JFS’s Virtual Hug frame, and show some love to your online community, which can be found on our facebook page. 9. Virtual Tutoring & ENL (English as a New Language) Mentorship: Help the children of our families to be successful in distance learning, by volunteering an hour per week of your time to tutor them via Skype or Zoom; OR volunteer to help our clients enrolled in ENL classes to practice their English skills. 10. Stay tuned for in to JFS’s Social Media for more community engagement opportunities! Facebook: Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County Twitter: @JFSBuffalo Instagram: jfsbuffalo If you are interested in one of the volunteer opportunities listed above, please contact Sierra Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alzheimer's Association relies on dedicated volunteers to achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer's and expand the reach of our programs to all communities. Community Educators are volunteer public speakers who help the Alzheimer's Association provide consumer education. These volunteers deliver prepared presentations on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Community educators assure that the general public, caregivers and people living with Alzheimer's or dementia are linked to Alzheimer's Association programs and our free 24/7 Helpline. They are true partners with our staff and extend the reach of our programs to all communities.
HomeAgain VR’s program makes social enrichment and adventure accessible to everyone, regardless of age, income, or physical ability. Our volunteers guide isolated individuals, especially older adults, through virtual tours of the world, providing companionship and engaging experiences. One of the senior living communities we work with has a resident who would like to participate in our guided virtual activities, but she no longer remembers English and can only speak her first language, Japanese. We currently need a Japanese-speaking volunteer who can be a companion and virtual tour guide for her. Time commitment is 30 minutes - 1 hour per week. Thank you!
Virtual volunteer opportunity to help connect kupuna with volunteers in their community. Must have a laptop or desktop and comfortable with using several different applications. Practicum students welcomed. Qualities in an Awesome Administrative Volunteer: Strong communication skills, multi-task, knows local Hawaii culture and towns really well. Case management and outreach experience a plus.
Write letters to our residents. Generic letters that could be given to any resident. Send cards that have nice messages or photos. We have over 200 residents and we will take many letters and cards during this time. We cannot have outside volunteers during the COVID-19 crisis, so we are asking people to send letters. Letters and cards can be mailed to: Canterbury-on-the-Lake c/o Liz Vachon 5601 Hatchery Road Waterford, Mi 48329
The IDSGT Foundation has launched a senior chat line called GoldenTALK where seniors can call to simply chat, and also can obtain resources if needed. Now that seniors have been asked to self-isolate due to Covid-19, the chat line is needed more than ever to keep seniors connected to their communities and to assist if help is needed. GoldenTALK volunteers will answer calls via their smartphone through our app. They will also log the calls into an online database. There are also opportunities to make outbound calls for those seniors or family members who have requested wellness checks via phone. The chat line operates 24-hours a day and WE ONLY NEED VOLUNTEERS FOR THE SHIFTS LISTED HERE.
Volunteers are invited to join the Elder Justice Coalition publicity committee working to promote elder abuse awareness across Sonoma County. Write articles, post online or come up with creative ways to make elder abuse a concern for people of all ages. Let's make Sonoma County a safe place to age!
Use your compassion and talents to make a difference! Volunteer with hospice! We are currently looking for volunteers to help us create memory bears, a legacy gift, for patients' families. Turn a patient’s clothing into a personalized stuffed bear for the family to cherish. If you want to put your sewing expertise to a good cause, please get in touch. Seasons strives to provide excellence in end of life care for patients and families. All of our volunteers are given careful training by a team of hospice professionals. This orientation happens either in-person or via an interactive online learning format at your convenience. Seasons has developed several specialty roles, which allow volunteers to utilize their own strengths and interests. This offers a more meaningful and rewarding volunteer experience, and enhances the quality of life for our patients and families. Have a special skill? In addition to sewing, please review all the unique ways of volunteering below: Direct Care Volunteer: Provides a range of companionship and support to patients and caregivers at the bedside. Administrative Volunteer: Supports the important office operations of the program. Loyal Friends Pet Companion Volunteer: Uses certified therapy animals to engage patients. Smile Squad Volunteer: Young volunteers visit patients along with their adult guardian, and light up the room with the special joy that children bring. Music Companion Volunteer: Share the gift of music with our patients and families. Vigil Volunteer: When family support is not available, we want to make sure that no patient dies alone. Spiritual Presence Volunteer: Engage patients in familiar activities that provide spiritual comfort. Legacy Volunteer: Use crafts and multi-media to capture special memories and the unique legacy of each patient. Veteran Volunteer: No one understands the unique needs of our Veterans better than active or retired military personnel. Memory Bear Sewing Volunteer: Turn a patient’s clothing into a personalized stuffed bear for the family to cherish. Bereavement Volunteer: Provide support to families throughout their first year of bereavement services.
So many families just need a few hours to take a break, run errands, go to an appointment for themselves. But the obvious is, they can't leave their loved one home alone. That is where a hospice volunteer that desires to make a difference in someone else's life can be so valuable. Hospice Volunteers can dedicate as little or as much time as they wish. Some volunteers devote several hours each week while others commit to a few hours each month. All hospice volunteers receive training to ensure that they feel comfortable performing their requested/assigned care activities. Listed below are examples of common hospice duties: Being present with the patient to allow their caregivers to rest and/or run errands. Listening to the patient. They may share stories, concerns, regrets, and/or areas of thankfulness with you. You may have opportunities to engage the patient to share their life story. Engaging in the patients hobbies- perhaps reading to them, listening to music discussing past/current events or simply play board games or watching TV.
One Community is an all-volunteer nonprofit sustainability think tank. We're seeking a researcher to help us determine the best medical insurance for a team of 100+ full-time construction volunteers. SKILL REQUIREMENTS Must be available for 10+ volunteer hours a week Must have solid research experience and quality writing skills Medical and/or insurance experience is a plus but not required Must not be an agent or anyone seeking to profit from this research WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT One Community is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization. Our construction and residency plans will include a population that will grow to more than 1000 people and we want to offer a comprehensive insurance plan for all resident volunteers. Health insurance for us has been identified as one of the largest contributors to our ongoing overhead , so we are seeking the best approach possible for the hundreds of thousands of dollars we’ll be investing. The solution and rationale we come up with is also something we want to share as a guide for others. This guide/tutorial will be helpful for others replicating our sustainable education hubs, other medium-sized organizations seeking to provide full-coverage insurance as a benefit for their employees/members, and as a possible replicable model for collaborative health insurance implementation for uninsured groups of people and families willing to cooperatively work together and/or pool their resources/buying power to save money. DESIGN INTENT Insurance will be 100% paid for by One Community Insurance must be easy to add and remove people Insurance plan must include covering injuries during on-site construction, work, etc. Research should include creating our own Medical Provider Network as one option Research should also include all other health insurance options including group, company, private, etc. Insurance must take into account an aging population Insurance must cover preventative checkups, dental, accidents, catastrophic health events. Would like options for prescriptions, eye glasses, etc. We want our monthly costs as low as possible, so a high deductible is probably going to be preferable and cheaper Could be combined with a separate company plan covering accidents, etc. WHAT IT SHOULD LOOK LIKE WHEN DONE Complete research for creating our own Medical Provider Network Complete research on the individual and company insurance options available Create health plan proposal and tutorial covering rationale for best option: cost analysis, savings analysis compared to other options, coverage comparisons SUGGESTED ACTION ITEM LIST FOR THIS TASK Research Medical Provider Network - write summary of this option Research the differences between individual, group, and company insurance options and any others we may want to choose between - summarize each one and submit for my review/feedback Create a spreadsheet to organize your research on: The major US insurance providers, contact info, reviews Primary insurance coverages offered and their associated benefits and costs Information needed by insurance companies to provide accurate quotes Create with me the profile of our organization to for 3c Contact your top insurance companies researched and begin a dialogue with them about our plan options. Add what you learn to the spreadsheet of data/information. Provide for my review your initial summary of what you’ve learned and your recommendations and rationale Research answers to any followup questions I may have and then integrate these answers and my feedback into a final report/tutorial ready for publication on the website HOW TO APPLY To apply and learn more about our organization and how we promote our volunteers, please visit our online application page here: https://www.onecommunityglobal.org/collaboration/ Alternatively, you are also welcome to send your resume and work samples directly to our Executive Director who is doing the interviewing and hiring for this position: email@example.com
Remote volunteers needed to support COVID-19 telephone outreach initiative to senior care facilities and nursing homes in Los Angeles County, California. Help bring premium music and entertainment performances into the lives of isolated senior care and nursing home residents during this difficult period. Senior Care Home Entertainment, a Los Angeles based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has created a one-hour, weekly, variety-style television series - Entertaining Older Folks - specifically for residents of senior care and nursing homes and delivered into their rooms to their TVs and tablets through local cable access television and internet streaming. No charges, no commitment, just uplifting entertainment for the enjoyment of senior care and nursing home residents. Volunteers will work from home, using their own phone and computer to reach out and contact senior care and nursing home facilities across Los Angeles county. This is an outreach initiative. Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, Senior Care Home Entertainment sent premium, local musicians and entertainers into senior care facilities and nursing homes for live performances at no cost to the facilities or the residents. Now, with social distancing and quarantine the new "normal", Senior Care Home Entertainment is redirecting its mission with the COVID-19 Television Initiative to continue connecting our premium musicians, dancers, storytellers, magicians and a variety of entertainers with the residents of senior care facilities and nursing homes across Los Angeles County. Help us enrich the lives of our isolated senior care and nursing home residents during this trying period. Go to http://www.seniorcarehomeent.com for more information on our nonprofit and our Covid-19 Television Initiative. To learn more about becoming a Covid-19 Television Initiative volunteer contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, Quilters and Crafters ! How are you today? We sure could use your help right now. Heartland Hospice in Northbrook, IL NEEDS 10-20 QUILTS! We seek caring and compassionate Men, Women, Teens or Groups to make and donate Twin Bed-Sized Quilts for our Hospice Patients. The Quilts will be given to Patients in need, used in our Bedside Vigil Program, and during the "Heartland Quilt Ceremony" when the Patient dies. This is a wonderful Project for Corporations or for Team-building. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at the Heartland Hospice email@example.com Thank you for your time and consideration. Together, we can do great things!
The La Jolla Community Center is looking for Fitness & Wellness Instructors to teach classes to active adults and seniors. Whether you teach Pilates, Yoga, Dance, Zumba, or any other fitness class we would love to hear from you. Due to the current situation all of our classes have transitioned to online Zoom classes. We would like to continue to add classes to our schedule to keep seniors active, healthy, and social. We are happy to work with your schedule.
Join Norfolk County RSVP in thanking our active duty military service members by writing letters for Operation Gratitude . Norfolk County residents, age 55 and older can participate in this meaningful and much appreciated outreach effort for our troops. Send your letters to the RSVP office. They will be compiled with other letters we receive and forwarded to Operation Gratitude for distribution to the troops . If requested, we would be happy to provide an information sheet with tips on what to write. If you live outside of Norfolk County or are under 55 years old, please contact Operation Gratitude directly at www.operationgratitude.com for information on letter-writing. Norfolk County RSVP, PO Box 310 614 High Street, Dedham, MA 02027 Norfolk County RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) is a community service program that invites individuals 55 and over to provide much needed volunteer service within the County. Our mission is to match and engage volunteers with meaningful community support opportunities at more than sixty municipal, non-profit and healthcare agencies in the county. Primary areas include Food Security, Elementary School Classroom Support and Veterans Support Services. Norfolk County RSVP is funded by the Norfolk County Commissioners and a federal grant to encourage and support volunteerism at a local and national level.
Hello, Sewers, Knitters, and Crafters: Heartland Hospice in Northbrook, IL is in need of washable Red, White & Blue (Lap) Blankets as well as LARGER sized Blankets which we will use to honor the Veterans in our Hospice Program. The Shawls or Blankets can be knitted, crocheted, quilted, or hand-tied fleece, as long as they are and Red, White, and Blue with a Patriotic Pattern. Please contact Volunteer Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this wonderful opportunity. THANK YOU for your consideration and for your willingness to share your time, creativity, and handiwork with our Patients. Together...we can do great things!
Create patriotic QUILTS for our Hospice patients... we will pick up, and HONOR our Veterans on Hospice Care with a Military Honor ceremony in their own home or facility! Our Vets deserve the highest dignity... for their sacrifice.... for our Freedom and Security in our country!
About us: CBG Institute for Dance and Health (now known as Time to Dance--TTD) is seeking an experienced social media professional to assist with helping us build our online brand. The organization was founded by Lynne Chervony Belsky, M.D., a former dancer with the Joffrey Ballet and a Highland Park physician; and Lisa Gold, dance instructor and owner of Highland Park’s North Shore School of Dance. The mission of TTD is to enrich the health and quality of life for adults 50 and over through dance education, performance, research, and community outreach. Providing classes in ballet, modern, and tap, with scholarships available to students with extraordinary need, our vision is a community that conquers ageism by encouraging and supporting its senior citizens in their artistic endeavors while cultivating an understanding of the value of the arts in promoting healthy lives. It is a community that embraces dance in collaboration with other local arts organizations, to bridge generations and cultures. Role: As a volunteer you will to manage our social media accounts by implementing strategies and tactics that grow our followers, engage and retain them, and help convert them into students and active donors and promoters of our purpose. You should have command of best practices and trends in social media/online marketing, thrive in creating a brand presence from the ground up, and understand how to build, maintain, engage and convert a digital audience. Generate and curate impactful and on-brand social media content for the organization’s platforms including: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tik Tok, and YouTube, that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to act. Create social media content calendar and manage day-to-day content publishing, scheduling posts for maximum impact to reach the organization’s target clients and donors. Monitor ongoing conversations across all social channels, and create replies. Ensure brand theme is dominant across all online platforms. Monitor social channels for brand mentions and opportunities to insert the organization into relevant conversations. Network and build online relationships with relevant 3rd-party brands and organizations within the dance, arts, health/well-being community via the organization’s social media platforms. Help generate awareness and support for organization’s programs by creating and running regular social promotions and campaigns and tracking their success. Ensure relevant social media posts and campaigns are integrated into/updated on organization’s website. Assist in editing, creating and posting video content and photography for social media channels and website. Keep abreast of the latest social media best practices and technologies and present to the Board of Directors new and creative growth strategies for social media as a vehicle to drive increased student enrollment and increase donor base. Track, measure, and analyze all initiatives and report on KPIs to marketing team leadership and organization’s Board of Directors. Requirements Excellent communicator and creative thinker with a clear focus delivering results. 1+ years experience in social media content creation and management (volunteer or paid). Experience with Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube with a portfolio of building social following campaigns using social media techniques. Knowledge of Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, or similar programs to manage online postings across different platforms. Experience using Canva or other social media/imaging content creator; graphic design, web, and video editing skills. Ability to communicate thoughtfully, expertly, and engagingly on all social platforms. Demonstrated ability to see projects through from planning and concept development to execution and analysis. Ability to work independently with minimal guidance. A solid understanding of social media metrics with the ability to tie them back to broader organizational objectives. Must not have conflicting associations with similar non-profit organizations or business(es). Prior experience building online communities from the ground up is a plus. Experience in nonprofit, dance, arts, health/well-being, or education industries a plus. This opportunity is perfect for a college student or recent grad looking to develop a portfolio or for anyone seeking experience in the nonprofit sector. We are seeking a serious-minded volunteer, who loves supporting community-based missions and social media, and is able to commit their time to this very important position. To learn more about the position and request a volunteer application, please contact Kim Herrera, Chair, Marketing Committee of the Board at CBGTimeToDance@gmail.com.
Use your compassion and talents to make a difference! Volunteer with hospice! Seasons strives to provide excellence in end of life care for patients and families. All of our volunteers are given careful training by a team of hospice professionals. This orientation happens either in-person or via an interactive online learning format at your convenience. Seasons has developed several specialty roles, which allow volunteers to utilize their own strengths and interests. This offers a more meaningful and rewarding volunteer experience, and enhances the quality of life for our patients and families. Have a special skill? Please review all the unique ways of volunteering below: Direct Care Volunteer: Provides a range of companionship and support to patients and caregivers at the bedside. Administrative Volunteer: Supports the important office operations of the program. Loyal Friends Pet Companion Volunteer: Uses certified therapy animals to engage patients. Smile Squad Volunteer: Young volunteers visit patients along with their adult guardian, and light up the room with the special joy that children bring. Music Companion Volunteer: Share the gift of music with our patients and families. Vigil Volunteer: When family support is not available, we want to make sure that no patient dies alone. Spiritual Presence Volunteer: Engage patients in familiar activities that provide spiritual comfort. Legacy Volunteer: Use crafts and multi-media to capture special memories and the unique legacy of each patient. Veteran Volunteer: No one understands the unique needs of our Veterans better than active or retired military personnel. Memory Bear Sewing Volunteer: Turn a patient’s clothing into a personalized stuffed bear for the family to cherish. Bereavement Volunteer: Provide support to families throughout their first year of bereavement services.
CAN YOU SEW? Will you donate your skills for a great cause? We have two sewing needs. The first sewing need...Fidget Aprons The isolation from COVID-19 has created more suffering in our patients who have Dementia and Alzheimer's. A Fidget Apron will help. A fidget apron is designed for Alzheimer's and Dementia patients because they need activity and "fidget. Sensory stimulation has been shown to not only bring enjoyment and fun to people living with Alzheimer’s but also to fight anxiety and depression while increasing social interaction. Sensory stimulation can also help people stay independent for longer, promote understanding and a sense of belonging as well as help people express how they are feeling. The second sewing need...Adult Bibs Want to help? We need your nimble fingers and creative spirit! Contact Gateway Hospice Volunteer Coordinator, Suzanne Ferguson at email@example.com or 412-536-2020.
Are you looking to make a difference in the lives of patients who are struggling to pay for their daily living expenses while undergoing cancer treatment? The Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation is looking for volunteers to assist our Client Services team virtually! Volunteer Duties: Responsible for uploading patient documents received via Foundation inbox and faxes to patient’s grant application in online system. Experience with Adobe Acrobat desired.
Write cards with notes of support or create posters for the people we serve in our various programs. Here are some suggested messages although they can be altered some or be along the same lines. We do not need the cards put in individual envelopes - we would need to be able to read the messages before passing along out of due diligence - posters could contain the following type messages and cards could be written that have these messages or expanded upon : This Too Shall Pass One Day at A Time Challenging Days, but You’ve Got This! Stay Strong! Getting There! Positive Change Happens Here! Your Community is Behind You 100% We Love You! Your Future is Bright! Standing With You While Stepping Back! You Are Beloved! One Foot, Then the Other, Moving Forward! Cheering You from the Sidelines! Sending you Good Vibes and Well Wishes! Thinking of You! Better Days On the Way! Kudos to Clients and Staff for Staying Safe and Healthy! Learning New Ways to Be Safe and Healthy - You’ve Got This! Hope Lives Here! Hope Reigns Supreme! We’ve all Got This!
Homemade cards/ small signs/ crafts for patients in nursing facilities to provide some joy during this time of isolation. We may be social distancing, but we don't have to be emotionally distant.
Our 8th Annual Walk for Independence on Sunday, June 28th is now going to be VIRTUAL! How you can help... * Register FOR FREE as a participant or make a team. www.carroll.org/walk * Take a picture of you/ family/ friends holding a Walk sign (sign can be emailed/mailed to you/ available for pickup). * Participate: pick your own route at your own time. Take a photo afterwards of you/ your team (with or without sign). Send photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or post photo on Social Media using #WalkTogether @thecarrollcenter * On Social Media, follow and share the Walk for Independence (website or Facebook page). * Place signs in designated locations in the Newton area (CCB will provide you with the signs and a map of sites to place the signs). * Contact local businesses to see if they can provide any type of auction item for the Walk (more specifics will be provided). **Please be mindful of social distancing and mask wearing advisory. If you need any assistance registering or have questions please contact our Development Team at email@example.com. Participants will receive a complimentary CCB T-shirt! Contact Angelina, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you're interested in participating in any of these tasks.
Join us in bringing comfort & peace to those facing end of life! Become a friendly visitor to a Hospice companion and make their days a little brighter :) Play games, watch movies, or just lend an ear as they share stories from their life! We serve individuals at various care communities or in their homes throughout the Northern Front Range, from Fort Collins and Greeley to Loveland and Fort Lupton. Once you complete our engaging orientation we will help match and introduce you to a companion in your area. To stay compliant with 'social distancing practices', our volunteers will be writing cards and letters to patients as well as delivering care packages until we are able to see them in person again. "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Volunteer companion to sit with patient and read to, listen or just bring a smile. Flexible schedule. Even if visits are 2 x a month for couple hours, your help is appreciated.
Human Health Project (HHP) is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals increase their health knowledge through the sharing of health information. HHP collects, analyzes, and shares health information to empower and inform individuals to achieve better health outcomes. Our patient-centered approach enables patients and caregivers to choose treatments based on evidence-based clinical data as well as the cumulative knowledge of the HHP community. We envision a world where all people have the information, skills and opportunities to lead healthy lives. For more Information about HHP, please visit our website: https://www.humanhealthproject.org/ Information on HHP IMPACT Program: https://tinyurl.com/HHP-IMPACT-US We are seeking a marketing expert to join our Online Events Team! If you thrive in a fast-paced digital savvy environment, we are looking for you! The Events Team at Human Health Project takes pride in producing high-quality shows. We are a team of dedicated people who work hard and support each other in both workload and challenges. Come join our team of exceptional people. Responsibilities: Devise and execute email marketing, social and other digital marketing campaigns and telemarketing campaigns Source, research, write and edit marketing copy, social media posts, and other promotional content Work with designers to execute digital and print marketing collateral that support the designs and themes of events Strong editing/proofing skills Source images and artwork that help tell a story in a compelling way Analyze reports to see beyond the numbers and understand what they actually mean Brainstorm with editors, clients, and internal stakeholders for ideas for content Develop and program online surveys using survey tools (SurveyMonkey), analyzing survey data, and copywriting research commentary Project management, ensuring projects are broken down into tasks and stay on schedule Use digital tools to manage projects and ensure project flow on schedule Present ideas in front of groups or in written reports Maintain promotional calendars Adhere to budget requirements Assist with media outreach Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred - business/marketing/digital media 3-5 years relevant work experience Experience in B2B media and working with creative teams a plus Very strong MS Office Suite skills (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) and CMS experience Comfortable in Photoshop or another photo editing tool Very comfortable and competent expressing complex ideas in a straightforward way Must understand basic principles of social media marketing (via Facebook, Instagram, etc.) Able to juggle multiple details, projects and clients (internal and external) at once with a cool head Meet tight deadlines when needed Articulate, proactive and organized Advanced understanding of social media platforms Must be digital savvy Live event experience a must
Are you age 55 and up? Looking for ways to stay involved while remaining safely at home during the COVID-19 outbreak? Then this is the perfect opportunity for you! We are looking for volunteers who want to help homebound seniors and people with disabilities stay connected to their communities. If you love talking on the phone, writing letters, or making and sending cards to lift someone else's spirits then this is the opportunity for you! We provide training, helpful conversation starter questions, and make every effort possible to match volunteers and clients with common interests to help facilitate conversation. Our goal is to help connect our community at a time when people are having to distance themselves from others. Just because we can't physically be around others doesn't mean we are alone, and now, more than ever, our homebound seniors and people with disabilities need to stay connected to their communities. Just a short phone call at least two times per week to check in on someone and ensure that they're okay makes such a difference. To learn more about this opportunity call Shannon Collins, RSVP Director at (423)318-6912 or (423)621-1943.
Need an experienced WordPress development person willing to help manage changes, fixes, additions to WordPress website for nonprofit supporting adults with memory loss and their families. Can work virtually in conjunction with the Advancement Director.
Spread hope and kindness by sending us greeting cards, artwork, inspirational notes, or small crafts to distribute to residents and staff in need of a pick-me-up. Volunteers can choose a PHS Community or be assigned to one. Sign Up Here - http://bttr.im/qbryh
Volunteers prepare thank you notes, and cards. Send or deliver to community to be given to staff. Send items to our Headquarters and they will be forwarded to a community needing a pick-me-up or send to a community you have a connection to. Sign Up Here - http://bttr.im/rcre7
Although we cannot be together, Hospice of the South Shore still needs your help, and rather than an in-person event, we will host a virtual walk! A Virtual Walk for Hospice will enable you to safely celebrate the lives of our loved ones and raise awareness for hospice care in your own neighborhoods. To start - Join the Volunteer Walk for Hospice Team by going to - http://giving.southshorehealth.org/goto/volunteers. This will help us track your efforts and you will still be able to receive community service hours. I hope you can register for the new Walk for Hospice Volunteer Team and join us virtually on May 30!
Call and check on seniors during a time where, unfortunately, they are isolated. In doing these calls you will be provided a script and a series of questions to ask the seniors. These questions will help us identify what other needs seniors may have during this crisis. Calls take place Mondays at 1:00 p.m. and Wednesday and Friday at 10:00 a.m. We ask that volunteers stay on the calls for at least 90 - 120 minutes. You do need a computer with internet access and the microphone capabilities as calls are made right from the computer (no phone is needed). If you've participated in Hangout calls, Zoom, etc. your computer should be compatible. Up for the challenge? Here's what you'll need to do: 1) Visit this link to sign up https://www.mobilize.us/mow/event/265767/ - you will have to select Monday, Wednesday, and/or Friday at the scheduled start time 2) You will receive an email with next steps and a youtube video to help provide direction 3)) You will receive a couple of reminder emails of your scheduled call. You can use this email to access the phone bank when it is time for you to complete calls
Seed paper can be made and mailed easily. I am looking to plant the seed paper for patients on hospice services. A lot of patients on hospice service can no longer go outside, or even leave their bed. Having a small plant by their bedside would bring great joy and happiness to many! Any seed paper made can be mailed to our Dickson office. A "how to" link is below: https://beesandroses.com/2018/03/08/how-to-make-seed-paper-for-planting/amp/