We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organization that provides sensory tools, safety equipment, and resources to individuals with sensory processing disorder. We host events, all virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic, to raise awareness and grow our community.
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The Market is opening on May 19th and we need all hands on deck! This year at the Market will be very different than past seasons and in order to keep our market as safe as possible we need your help. We are looking for 9 volunteers each week. There are 3 shifts available for each market day (1-6 pm, 3-6 pm, 3-8 pm) and we need 3 volunteers for each shift!
1st shift) 1-6 pm
We have 300 employees working around the clock to take care of and protect our ~300 vulnerable older adult residents during this scary time. While our residents receive a decent amount of attention from family and friends, our staff could really use some extra love! We'd love to be able to show them how much their work matters, and how the community support them. If you and/or your kids are bored at home, we'd love cards, letters, signs, little treats, etc. to provide encouragement and show how much the community appreciates their sacrifices!
What is START BRIGHT?
An educational program that help young girls thrive by highlighting their strengths, offering a uniquely enhanced experience, which integrates professionals from multiple fields, and providing life skills development through workshops.
Workshops are held twice a month on Saturdays (10am-2pm) starting in May 2020!
How do we highlight their strengths?
-Our goal is to help children identify their strengths, build confidence and encourage them to discover what they bring to the world.
The DisABILITY Resource Expo relies on the involvement of numerous volunteers, to continue its impact as an exciting, community-wide activity. Volunteers are needed to serve on various planning committees leading up to the event, and many more are needed on event-weekend, helping with set-up, greeting exhibitors and guests, supervising Childrens’ Activities, assisting guests/exhibitors/entertainers, and helping with tear-down, clean-up, & move-out at event completion.
We have an opening for a half-time administrative assistant to help manage our day to day operations. Responsibilities include basic bookkeeping, event support, database management and general office support. The volunteer would also
Schedule: This a 20 hour per week position, Monday through Friday during daytime hours. There is some flexibility.
Job Description: Administrative Assistant /Volunteer Coordinator
Reports to: Executive Director
Champaign County Christian Health Center's mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ to our neighbors in Champaign County by providing holistic, free, and quality health care service. We are a free healthcare clinic that offers primary care services by experienced medical volunteers within our community. We also provide counseling for our mental health patients by a licensed psychologist, health education, social work, dental health as well as spiritual care. We make sure our patients get the best and most up-to-date care available.
The Carle Auxiliary Guest House provides complimentary overnight lodging for parents of NICU babies and families of critically ill patients. Guest House volunteers offer comfort and hospitality by greeting guests, answering phone calls, completing referral paperwork, and collaborating with Guest House management and staff to provide a warm and welcoming home away from home.
Gift Shop volunteers play an essential role within the Carle Auxiliary by assisting customers with purchases at retail locations. Volunteers also help with visual display of merchandise and special events at the gift shops. Proceeds generated from gift shops benefit the Carle Auxiliary Guest House, which provides complimentary overnight lodging for parents of babies within the NICU and family members of other critically ill patients. Gift shop proceeds also support local scholarships for students majoring in nursing and other health occupations.
When: Sunday, July 28th, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm or 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Who: ages 5+ and their families
What: Help label cans of food to be distributed through our community food pantries. Come enjoy some snacks and take part in a variety of activities, including a Baseball themed Raffle!
Space is limited, so sign up today!