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Survey Support

Food4Kids Waterloo Region

   About the Position

Impact Statement
Volunteers play an integral role within the Food4Kids Waterloo Region family. They are the fuel for the engine that keeps us running. Each week, 90- 110 volunteers assist us in a myriad of positions ranging from administrative help, food bagging, assembly line set up, assembly line packing and delivering the food to schools & homes for the children we serve.

We are currently seeking Volunteer Translators who can help us translate surveys from English to one of these languages:

Tigrinya, Rohingya, Somalian, Dari, Chin, Nepali, Kurdish, Afar, Belen, Bengali, Oromo, Polish, Farsi, Karen, Nuer, Swahili, Portuguese, Syriac, Albanian, Yoruba, Acholi and Turkish.

Position Qualifications

Ideal for: An Individual, Student Placement
Age: 14+

COVID-19 Vaccination Required: Yes

Training / Work Condtions

Training Details: We will provide a short training session about our organization prior to engaging with our families.
Working Conditions: Please visit our website for further information about the volunteer position and to complete an application form.

Time Commitment

Duration: 3 months or less
Start Date:2022-04-04
End Date:2022-06-30
Weekday - Daytime, Weekday - Evening, Weekend - Daytime, Weekend - Evening, Anytime
Some work can be done remotely but most is done in office during weekday, daytime hours. Any help is appreciated.

Other Information
Area(s) of Interest: Children/Youth, Communication/Public Relations, Newcomer Support
Skill(s): Cultural Awareness/Sensitivity, Interpersonal Communication, Written Communication, Verbal Communication, Translation, Accountability
Transportation: On a bus route

   Contact Information
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Kim Mervyn
519-576-3443 Ext. 5
10 Washburn Drive Kitchener, N2R 1S2

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1454 King Street East, Unit 3
Kitchener ON N2G 2N7

Phone: 519 742 8610

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