Volunteers needed

PORT HARDY-Crisis and Counselling Centre seeks individuals to staff crisis line, assist seniors and elders

Dear editor,

Looking for the perfect gift to give?

. . . VOLUNTEER!

Volunteers have an enormous impact on their communities by: delivering critical services, helping to keep their communities safe, and coaching, teaching, mentoring and supporting programs that make a difference in people’s lives.

North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre Society is currently seeking individuals to volunteer for the Crisis Line, friendly visitors for seniors and elders, hospice, and forms assistance for seniors.

We have positions open in Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Port Alice, Alert Bay and Sointula. If you are interested in giving the gift of your time, please contact us by phone at 250-949-8333 or by email to volcoord@nicccs.org.

Michele Dorsey

NICCCS Volunteer coordinator

Port Hardy

 

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