Salvation Army (#31209)

Organisation: 
Salvation Army
Wheel chair accessible
Assistance to persons in crisis situations, provided in the form of clothing, food, furniture, accommodation, emotional and spiritual support and training activities.
Volunteer Coordinator: under the responsibility of the Emergency Services Manager, the Volunteer Coordinator oversees the recruitment, mobilization, development and well-being of emergency volunteers as well as contributing to emergency services activities. The volunteer ensures the recruitment, reception, integration of emergency volunteers, and collaborates in training activities necessary for the realization of the mission of the Salvation Army. During emergency situations, the Coordinator ensures the mobilization and administrative follow-up of emergency volunteers; and collaborates in monitoring their well-being. | Place of work: On location
Location: 
Centre-Ville
Language: 
Anglais | Bilingue (F/A) | Français
Causes: 
Families
Activities: 
Organization/Coordination
Advantages: 
Other | Certificate of recogniton | Training | Reference letter upon request | Gasoline reimbursed | Supervision
Autres avantages: 
T-shirt, casquette
Length of commitment: 
Eight hours once a week or 2 half days a week.
Contact: 
Service du bénévolat / marmites@armeedusalut.ca
Place of work: 
On location
Request number: 
31209

This organization's needs

  • As part of their activities, Emergency and Disaster Services seeks new volunteers to help the community in times of disaster. Various positions possible: emergency food services, emotional care, emergency assistance, logistics, etc.). Mandatory training offered by our service: contact us to have more information on the next training session. | Place of work: On location | Volunteers required: 100 Read more...
  • (#30684) Salvation ArmyDaytime | Nighttime
    Volunteer psychosocial worker in disaster situation: during a major disaster the volunteer works as part of an emotional and / or spiritual support team to bring comfort to the people affected by the disaster and exposed to the stress of the event (outreach). Mandatory training for orientation/integration. Contact us to find out our upcoming trainings. | Place of work: Selon événement et disponibilité: Montréal et autres lieux au Québec | Volunteers required: 100 Read more...