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About the Position
Position # 21187
OrganizationThe Literacy Group of Waterloo Region
Position Fundraising Committee Member
Location Kitchener/Cambridge office
Impact Statement TLG needs your help! 34% of people living in our community struggle with reading information, filling out forms and numeracy. Many live in poverty, trying to support families on minimum wages & with a highly technical world. Volunteer as a 1-1 tutor, office support, fundraising & special events. Help us make a difference by helping people move from Poverty to Possibilities!
Description - Assisting with the planning and organization of events
- Promoting fundraising events to community
- Assisting with getting resources for events
- Brainstorming, being creative and offering new fundraising ideas
- There are monthly committee meetings and members are expected to take part in special task force committees related to ongoing fundraising campaigns
Training Details Orientation
Working Conditions Monthly meetings in Kitchener or Cambridge office

Active participation in indoor or outdoor fundraising events
Duration 1 year or more
Timing Weekday - Daytime, Weekday - Evening, Weekend - Daytime, Weekend - Evening
Age 21+
Ideal for An Individual
Transportation On a bus route
Accessibility Wheelchair accessible entrance, Wheelchair accessible washroom, Designated accessible parking space, Support volunteers with special needs
Area(s) of Interest Boards/Committees, Leadership/Management, Mentoring / Tutoring
Skill(s) Community Knowledge/Awareness, Strategic Thinking, Creative Thinking, Accountability
How to Apply
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Email Send an Email Message
Contact Chris Prosser
Phone 519-621-7993 Ext. 226
Address The Literacy Group Kitchener , N2H 2M2


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