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ACTION ON ALZHEIMER'S & DEMENTIA

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Aerie Foundation (The)

Aerie Foundation Seniors' Program

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Age Concern Bermuda

Administration

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Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BZS)

Aquarium

All jobs pertaining to the Aquarium and Local Tails sections of BAMZ

Development & Membership

Special Events

Zoo

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Bermuda Asthma & Allergy Support Group

Staff

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Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre

Office / General Assistance

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Bermuda Debate Society

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Bermuda Education Network

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Bermuda Gymnastics Association

Class Assistants

General assistance

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Bermuda International Film Festival (BIFF)

2017 BIFF 20th Anniversary

Welcome to our 20th Anniversary Celebration! We are inviting volunteers to participate by selecting from the listed categories.

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Bermuda Islands Association of the Deaf (BIAD)

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Bermuda Karate Organization

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Bermuda National Trust

AIM PROGRAMME for Students Community & Service

ATTENTION STUDENTS: You can fulfill your community service requirements while having fun preserving Bermuda's natural environment and protecting the future of our island. Find a community & service project in the listings below and be part of Bermuda National Trust's AIM Programme: Activate * Inspire * Motivate

CONSERVATION

If your interests are environmental there are some exciting opportunities to get involved in taking care of the Trust's nature reserves. Join in to remove invasive species and replace them with native flora, or help to beautify the area by clearing it of litter.

DEVELOPMENT & EVENTS

Do you crave variety? Consider helping with one of our regular activities or to help at a special event. There's bound to be something on the list that will engage your interest.

OFFICE SUPPORT

There are various areas at "Waterville", the Trust's headquarters, where you can help if you are available to volunteer on a regular basis.

PRESERVATION

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Bermuda National Trust - Trustworthy Shop

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Bermuda Red Cross

Equipment Rental

We provide essential health care items for persons post surgery and we rent to over 800 people annually. Our inventory includes hospital beds,wheel chairs, crutches, canes, walkers, cribs, car seats, baby strollers, bath seats and many more items. Operating hours are from Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm and Saturday 10 am to 12 pm

Fundraising

Golden Hour Club

We provide an opportunity for seniors to gather for fellowship,education and entertainment by providing funding to enable bi-weekly activities. Some of these events include talks,lectures,bingo,musical concerts,and hat and talent shows. Meetings are held at the Peace Lutheran Church Hall on south shore road in Paget, on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, except July & August. 

Transport Service

This important service provides free transportation for the elderly and indigent members of our community to and from medical appointments. Dedicated volunteers make a 1,000 + trips each year island wide .This service operates Monday t0 Friday from 9 am - 5 pm.

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Bermuda School of Music

Fundraising

Fundraising for student bursaries and other music school programmes.
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Bermuda Senior Islanders' Centre

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Bermuda Society for the Blind

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Bermuda Society of Arts (BSOA)

Day Needs

During our opening hours from 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday, we require volunteers to support our administration and preparation needs

Evening Needs

Typically we require volunteers in the evening to support our Gallery Openings, Workshops or Special Events. These times are usually from 5pm - 7:30pm
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Bermuda Volleyball Association

Board Members

Treasurer
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Bermuda's Brazilian Football School

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BEST (Bermuda Environmental and Sustainability Taskforce)

2013 Finance and Fundraising

Provides assistance with any of the following: BEST bookkeeping, accounting or fundraising strategies.

2013 IT and Image/Graphics Management

Provides assistance with any of the following: the BEST website and other social media, graphic design and the sound and picture recording of BEST events and projects.

2013 Office and People Management

Provides assistance with the any of the following: planning of BEST projects, day-to-day operations, media management and volunteer management.

2013 Organizational Support

Provides assistance to support the Board and Management teams directly, to develop strategies that will effectively advance the organization.

2013 Public Relations

Provides assistance with marketing, presentation strategies and/or advertising.

2013 Research and Writing

Provides assistance with the investigation and preparation of points of view on issues related to the mission and
mandate of BEST.
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Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Bermuda

Administration

Board Member

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Boccia Bermuda

Adaptive Sports

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CADA

Events

Fundraising

To assist CADA in raising funds to support our 4 programs: Life Skills, for youth aged between 5-18 years; Let Us Drive a free, late-night, don't drink and drive transportation service; TIPS, a responsible alcohol sales and service training program; and our Community Education and Awareness campaigns.

Office Tasks - Easy

Assist CADA with several different types of easy office tasks

Office Tasks - Specialized

Assist CADA with specialized office tasks on a regular and consistent basis e.g financial inputting or database inputting etc.
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Chewstick Foundation

Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda

CURB Admin Assistance

CURB Working Groups

CURB Working Groups are the same as committees. The CURB Council or Board is a working council as opposed to an advisory board. The 'Working Groups' along with the Officers comprise the body of the CURB Council.
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Coalition for the Protection of Children

Office Administration

Programmes

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Cornerstone Foundation

Sunshine League

group home for children between age of 10-15
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CTY Bermuda

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP) of Bermuda

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Family Centre

General Assistance

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Feed My Lambs Ministry

Administration

Fund Raising

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Focus Counseling Services

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Foster Parents Association

Friends of Hope Academy Limited

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Friends of Hospice

Complementary Therapies

Our list of Complementary Therapies include:

Massage & aromatherapy,

Reiki,

Reflexology,

Chiropody,

Pet Therapy,

Manicures, and

Pedicures.

These therapies are offered free of charge to our patients and our Day Hospice & Caregivers Day program participants.

 

 

Hospice Services

Activites providing a service for Hospice clients. All prospective volunteers must undergo a preliminary screening interview, reference checks are made and a final orientation completed before volunteer activity can begin.

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Gina Spence Productions

Company Administration

Production Committee

The Production Committee will be managed by the Production Manager who will be responsible for selecting and recruiting a staff of committed, dedicated volunteers for productions (as it relates to specific programs, concerts, workshops and plays) that are in line with GSPIC's mission to serve the community.

Public Relations Committee

The Public Relations Committee is managed by the Public Relations Officer is charged with controlling and marketing all information (media) that is presented to the public.
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Gina Spence Productions in Christ

Administration

Website Maintenance

Committees

Fundraising Committee
Productions Committee
Public Relations Committee
Scholarship Committee
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Girlguiding Bermuda (Girl Guides)

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Greenrock

Administration

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Habitat for Humanity of Bermuda

Next Build

Painting
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Hospitals Auxiliary of Bermuda (Pink Ladies)

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Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation

Administration

office duties

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Keep Bermuda Beautiful (KBB)

Community Clean Up

KBB's holds Monthly, annual Island-wide and Holiday cleanup events

Community Greening & Beautification

Graffiti removal and planting roadside shrubs and city planters are just a few examples of our community greening and beautification work

Management

KBB needs board members to oversee the governance and strategic planning. Office assistance is needed for membership and volunteer database administration

Research

KBB conducts periodic reach to access the quantity and categories of litter debris on the roadside and at the beach
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Masterworks Foundation

Administration

Help with office based projects

Education

Gallery/Museum - Shop

Assist in Shop with sales/stock and stocking shelves etc

Miscellaneous

anything which is pending decision

Special Events

Helping at one off events, yearly or occassional events. Either social or fund raising
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Matilda Smith Williams Seniors Residence

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Meals on Wheels

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Menuhin Foundation

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National Dance Foundation of Bermuda

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National Museum of Bermuda

Education

Creating curriculum based lesson plans and resource boxes based on Museum collections

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Open Airways

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Packwood Home

Activities

Be able to work with the activity coordinator to plan and execute activities to help the residents to be physically and mentally stimulated.
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PALS

Patient 'Pals'

Pals are requested to provide up to 50 hours a year volunteering
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Passports to College of Bermuda

Board & Committees

Fundraising

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PHENOMENAL PEOPLE.....Living, Loving & Learning

Film Project

Phenomenal People is producing a fictional drama short film for release in September 2016. Our endeavor is to engage Bermudians of all ages in this exciting project.

We are looking for enthusiastic, reliable and committed individuals for the following roles:

  • Cast Members - Experienced as well as novices
  • Production Assistants -Lighting, camera, behind the scenes, etc.
  • Post Production  Assistants
  • Fund Raisers - For three exciting events

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Pipe Band Foundation of Bermuda

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PRIDE - Bermuda Parent Resource Institute for Drug Education

Mentoring

Mentoring

Red Ribbon Week

The Reason for the Ribbon
Red Ribbon Week began in 1988 in honor of DEA Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who was kidnapped and killed in Mexico in February of 1985. Agent Camarena, then 37, had uncovered a multi-billion dollar drug scam in which he suspected officers of the Mexican Army, police forces and government. As he left his office one day, five men appeared at his side and kidnapped him. His body was found one month later in a shallow grave; he had been tortured and beaten. This tragic event produced an immediate outpouring of grief, but over time has generated a sense of hope around the world. That hope is being kept alive through the hard work of thousands of people ---particularly young people---who participate in Red Ribbon events.
The first Red Ribbon Week was proclaimed in 1988 by the U.S. Congress in support of Agent Camarena and the cause he gave his life for -- combating drugs. Red Ribbon Week is marked by the wearing of a red ribbon to send the message: Live drug-free!
The Red Ribbon represents the fight against drugs and is a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. Wearing a Red Ribbon affirms our commitment to drug prevention and education, and honors the memory of Kiki CamarenaThe mission of PRIDE Bermuda’s Red Ribbon Campaign is to present a unified and visible commitment toward the creation of a drug-free Bermuda. It provides the opportunity to talk to your family, your neighbors and your communities about living healthy lifestyles. PRIDE Bermuda encourages everyone to spread the Red Ribbon message of hope.

Schools liaison

Assisting in schools
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Prison Fellowship Bermuda

Administration

Executing day to day business of the Ministry: correspondence including newsletters, pay bills, keep accounts, coordinate with Treasurer, managing programs including networking with prison authorities, volunteers and board members. Keeping records of meetings and activities.

Annual Programmes

Fundraising

Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice is a response to crime emphasizing healing the wounds of victims, offenders and communities which have been caused or revealed by criminal activity.

WEEKLY COMMITMENT

Each week volunteers meet with inmates in a time of sharing and encouragement
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Salvation Army

Emergency Housing Complex

Harbour Light, Adult Literacy

Reading Coaches

Thrift Store

6 Days a week
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SCARS (Saving Children And Revealing Secrets)

Seniors Learning Centre

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Somerset Primary PTA

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Somersfield Academy

Lunch Playground Duty

Pizza Lunch

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St John Ambulance Brigade

Administration

All administrative duties relating to the administration of St. John Ambulance Brigade

Transport Services

To ensure that the ambulance is driven, safely, to and from the event and to the hospital when required.
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St. Peter's Church

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Summerhaven Residential Home for Physically Challenged

Fundraising

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Teen Services/Teen Haven

Special Events

Outstanding Teen Awards, Teen Pregnancy Prevention National Day
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The Ag Show Ltd

The AG Show 2016

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The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Bermuda

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The Eliza DoLittle Society

Administration

Feeding Centres

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The Reading Clinic

Tag Day 2016

TAG DAY- Volunteers needed for November 2016, within the City of Hamilton and outlying grocery stores, from 8am to 5pm. Dates to be announced. This event highlights Dyslexia Awareness.

Training Tutors to teach students diagnosed with Dyslexia

Persons interested in training to become an Orton-Gillingham trained tutor to work with students diagnosed with DYSLEXIA. 9 - 10 month long course (part time) held approximately every 2 years. Names may be listed for contact when course is planned. Phone 292-3938 or email gramsdale@readingclinic.bm
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The St George's Foundation

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Tomorrow's Voices - Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre

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WindReach Bermuda

Petting Zoo

Area that houses Equines, Goats, Sheep, Rabbits and other small animals. We endeavour to educate persons of all levels of ability that learning basic Animal Husbandry can be used to help enrich the quality of their life. We believe in the Human animal bond as well as learning skills that can ultimately employ someone that may have various barriers to employment.

Therapeutic Riding

WindReach Therapeutic Riding is uniquely providing physical therapy and rehabilitation through its riding lessons. Horses are used in a variety of ways to develop the cognitive skills and to improve the social, emotional, and physical well-being of persons with special needs.

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YouthNet

Mentoring

Mentors are volunteers from the community, business sector and senior schools, who commit to spending one hour per week with a student in their school and who serve as additional role models, advocates and friends.
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