Volunteer Local Chapter Coordinator

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Date Posted July 13, 2022
Expiry Date of Posting Ongoing
Organization Name The Shoebox Project for Women
Contact Name Karen Paget
Mailing Address 213-1485 Dupont St, TORONTO ON M6P 3S2, CANADA
City Toronto
Postal Code M6P 3S2
Phone Number 6472267456
Fax Number
Email Address Karen@shoeboxproject.com
Web Site https://www.shoeboxproject.com/
Position Title Volunteer Local Chapter Coordinator
Job Description

This rewarding and exciting volunteer leadership role has no fixed address within Saskatoon and is a remote opportunity for you to create and manage a chapter within your community right from home!

As a Local Chapter Coordinator for The Shoebox Project for Women, you are the lead Coordinator of the organization’s activities in your community in efforts to support women impacted by homelessness through our Shoebox gift drives.

By creating a fun and supportive environment you will manage and coordinate the efforts of your shelter agencies, community volunteers and donors to ensure a successful Shoebox drive season.

Duties & Responsibilities:

– You are an ambassador of The Shoebox Project in your community
– Lead the charge and represent with pride!
– Recruit and manage volunteers to assist in various support roles
– Identify and develop a network of shelters and resource centers to partner with
– Community outreach: Reach out to your local community to introduce, inform & educate on The Shoebox Project’s mission & vision and get your community involved in helping to support for your chapter goals
– Manage chapter-specific administration
– Manage Chapter email and social media accounts
– Help organize corporate and school drives as needed
– Coordinate inspections, storage, transportation and delivery of boxes from drop-off locations to shelters – deliver your Shoeboxes and watch the smiles!

Skills Required Leadership/Community ties & willingness to engage your community in outreach/Administration/Social Media/Outgoing personality with extraordinary organizational skills!
Benefits to Volunteer -Use your skills to lead your community in empathy towards women being impacted by homelessness in your community. -Stay engaged in a social service area that is meaningful to you -Meet and work with like minded individuals in your community to help others
Days/Times Flexible
Suitable For Adults (18 and over)
Work With Teens (ages 13-17)
Adults (18 and over)
People with physical challenges
People with mental challenges
Position Duration Ongoing (more than 3 months)
Specific Dates The holidays are our busiest season and our main gift drive (October - December)
Application Deadline Ongoing
Application Procedure Phone

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