YOU may have just the expertise and enthusiasm to make all the difference in the lives of people here in our community. Connect today to share your time and talent. We can always use a helping hand so please contact us to see where you fit in.
Some options include (but are certainly not limited to): painting, organizing, assisting with mailings, filing, weeding & planting, handling donations, teaching a craft or life skill, giving haircuts,tutoring children, putting together a fundraiser or initiating a collection of goods. Internships are also available for students to gain experience, hone skills and build a portfolio.
Please contact Janel Fox at 848-5767, ext. 515 or email@example.com to receive a copy of our volunteer application and set up a time to come in and talk about how you can help.
All Bell volunteers must be capable of interacting with community members, agency staff and service users in a pleasant and professional manner. Sensitivity to challenges faced by individuals with mental, intellectual, and economic disability is essential.
Special Event Volunteers – Spring 2017
The second annual Bell’s Big Bed Race event is scheduled for April 22, 2017, and we need volunteers!
As part of the Community Engagement team, volunteers are needed for all aspects of the event to raise funds and friends to help advance the agency and its mission. Duties may include attending planning sessions, preparing materials, making phone calls, assisting with mailings, social media networking, photography, and event set-up, the event itself, and tear down.
Creativity, flexibility, and resourcefulness a plus.
Special Project Volunteer
This is a hands-on opportunity for a highly organized individual to collect and compile information for both a print and digital directory of the residential properties of Bell Socialization Services.
The volunteer will work most closely with the Community Engagement office, as well as the mental health, intellectual disability, and shelter services teams. Requirements include reliable transportation to travel to locations to be photographed, and access to a camera or phone with capacity to take high-resolution photographs. Flexible schedule.
Working closely with the Community Engagement office, the Media Archivist will sort through historical and current media items (newspaper articles, etc.) related to the agency, then organize items in both print and digital format to be maintained for educational and reference purposes.
This volunteer requires a highly organized individual with patience and a sense of detective-like adventure.