NOW is the best time to get involved with your local American Red Cross! We have several volunteer positions that need YOU! In case you're reading this and you know someone who needs to get out and starting volunteering but hasn't seen this post, please forward or give them my information.
Are you looking for a way to get involved with the Red Cross and help your community?
If you are interested in any of the wonderful opportunities below, please give me a call,
text or email and I will be happy to answer any questions you might have and get you started!
~Office Volunteers~ This person would assist our Executive Director by helping with scheduling, emailing, webex set up, chapter communications, board liaison, assist with mail, coordinating room reservations, organization of shared spaces and other typical office responsibilities.
Blood Ambassadors - For blood drives in the local area. Position assists with reception and hospitality and provides customer service to blood donors during a shift of approximately 4 to 6 hours.
Pillowcase Project Presenters - Delivering the Pillowcase Project presentation to school-aged children 3rd-5th grade or our new program, Pedro the Penguin, to children in K-2nd. Will work in collaboration with Preparedness team to set up appointments. Must have previous teaching experience and an ability to speak in front of and keep the attention of young children.
Smoke Alarm Installation - We always need teams to go out and help us install the FREE smoke alarms that we provide to our local communities. Great, ongoing project for sororities, fraternities, scout groups, church groups, philanthropy groups, etc. Our nationwide, smoke alarm installation, Sound the Alarm event begins in late April through early May and we need folks to help us install during a couple of weekends. Spanish speaking volunteers are especially needed!
DAT (Disaster Action Team) Volunteers - Respond to local disasters to assist families and canteen. Also, work with clients to complete disaster recovery casework. Disaster Recovery volunteers is a virtual position and can be done from home.
Steady State Shelter Workers - Assist with obtaining shelter agreements and help set up/or staff a shelter during a disaster. (Great opportunity for churches of all sizes to get involved).
Virtual DAT Recovery Caseworkers – Can be done from home, must have a reliable and fast computer, good follow up, caring attitude and demeanor. Will be working with folks who are recovering from a disaster situation.
Virtual Volunteer Screener – Can be done from home but initial training will be done at the Jefferson City or Columbia office. Must have a reliable computer and have a friendly, warm way of speaking with and interviewing potential volunteers. There will be an initial phone interview with our lead screener.
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