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Volunteer opportunities, Feb. 24

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The following is a list of volunteer opportunities advertised in the Winnipeg area. For more information about these listings, please contact the person/organization directly. You may also call to set up an appointment to see an interviewer at Volunteer Manitoba. Information: 204-477- 5180 ext. 230, dawn.bourbonnais@volunteermanitoba.ca or www.mbvolunteer.ca.

Alpha House Project Inc. is seeking a child minder to look after children of various ages. Duties include playing with children using games, stories and crafts. If you are interested in working with children from diverse backgrounds, have a good knowledge of recreational activities and work well within a team. Information: alphahse@mymts.net.

JCI Winnipeg is currently seeking a dynamic, independent and creative person to fill the Director, Communications position on the 2014 JCI Winnipeg Board of Directors. This position offers you the opportunity to enable positive change through the development of young citizens. JCI offer opportunities to learn, inspire and build our experience as leaders. Information: info@jciwinnipeg.ca.

Open Circle is currently seeking a prison visitor to make two monthly visits to institutions located in and around Winnipeg. Open Circle matches people in prison with caring community members, the aim being to reduce fear and alienation and encourage a healthy return to society after release. This position requires a one-year commitment. Information: jchapryk.opencircle@initiativesjc.org or 204-294-9599.

Winnipeg Relay for Life is seeking volunteers for the following roles: Corporate Sponsorship Chair, Logistics Chair, and Food & Beverage Co-Chair. Relay For Life is an inspirational, non-competitive, 12-hour overnight fundraising event that brings you and your community together to celebrate life and fight cancer. Relay For Life 2014, May 23, 7 p.m. – 7 a.m., Investors Group Field (supported by the Wpg. Blue Bombers). Information: 204-774-7483 or jsomers@mb.cancer.ca.

 

 

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