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Canadian Red Cross

As a member of our Emergency Management team you will:
– Work collaboratively as part of an experienced team of trained EM volunteers and respond to emergencies in your community, or province or across Canada according to your schedule and availability
– Learn about Red Cross assistance including emergency shelter, clothing, food, personal services, registration, family reunification and safety and wellbeing requirements
– Assess needs with those affected by an emergency event and provide approved goods and services
– Support the wellbeing of beneficiaries by providing care, comfort and referrals to partner agencies and other community-based groups for services
– Prepare, inventory and manage response supplies to ensure they are stocked and ready
– Contribute to the overall health, safety and security of the team you work with
– Participate in Red Cross team building, training, planning and readiness exercises
– Contribute to community-based risk reduction and emergency preparedness activities
– Apply for leadership roles to supervise, mentor and lead other EM volunteers and manage the delivery of required services

Learn more at this link here: https://www.redcross.ca/volunteer/apply-now/emergency-management-volunteer




Rotaract Prince George

We are looking for young professionals and students between the ages of 18-30 interested in volunteering with a diverse group of individuals on various local and global projects. Our club also values giving back with our time and talents to local service organizations. It is a great opportunity to build your CV and gain valuable career experience. If you are interested in joining reach out through email at Rotaractprincegeorge@gmail.com

Past Projects:
Polio Jars
Fundraised to purchase desks in Kenya
Crush it with a Cure – Money Raised in support of BC Cancer Agency
Volunteering with Operation Red Nose
Volunteering at St. Vincent De Paul

Various Roles Available:
Executive positions
Be on a committee
Chair a project

Minimum Requirements:
We welcome anyone keen to volunteer, although there are some key requirements:
Enthusiastic
Community driven
Engagement with Rotaract projects
Attend one meeting a month

Benefits of Becoming a Member:
Make an impact in your community
The club focuses on projects that the membership is interested in
Networking with other students and professionals
Gain new skills