Volunteerism: How to Help A Family for Every Child

happy   If you are seeking a way to help the community, take a look at the multitude of volunteer opportunities available with A Family For Every Child. Whether you are pursuing a volunteer position in Eugene with the Northwest Heart Gallery or elsewhere in the country, check out the A Family For Every Child homepage and search for an AFFEC non-profit organization near you: http://map.afamilyforeverychild.org/ Volunteer Positions Available to Pursue: 1.) Social Media Specialist If you are a whiz with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and more, look into to providing a helping hand to AFFEC with their social media needs. Duties include utilizing social media to help the organization grow, as well as researching  implementing social media tools for organizational outreach. 2.) Newsletter Volunteer  Combine data entry with excellent communication skills to produce weekly newsletters. Duties include researching new trainings, webinars, and updates on children from the AFFEC database to compile into weekly newsletters. 3.) Events/Dining Fundraiser  This volunteer position involves coordinating a period of weekly restaurant deals that give a percentage to AFFEC when supporters of the organization eat there. Some of the duties include networking with local restaurants, seek out the largest contributors, and enter all contacts into the database. 4.) Photo Coordinator  Contribute five hours per week to help coordinate AFFEC venue photo packets and connect with photographers state and nationwide. Duties include outreach, scheduling photo sessions, follow-up, and processing the images once completed. 5.) Mentor The AFFEC Mentor Program strides to deliver enthusiastic and dedicator members of the community with a passion for foster care. Duties as a mentor include helping foster youth develop confidence, independence, and daily life skills. Mentors also provide encouragement, friendship, and support foster youth through the various transitions in their lives.

3 thoughts on “Volunteerism: How to Help A Family for Every Child

  1. I started as a vleunteor twenty-five years ago when my parish needed teachers for their religious education program. My initial intent was to do it for a year, or until my daughter made her Confirmation. I had no inkling that three years would stretch into 25. I’m also committed to lifetime of service as a member Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., fostered on the ideals of service, charity, scholarship, civic and cultural edeabors, sisterhood and finer womanhood. I guess you can call me a vleunteor junkie, but to much is given much is expected.

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