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Grand Family Coalition, Inc., a grass roots non profit organization is seeking individual to volunteer from home to assist with rapidly growing organization. We are seeking individual for a Program / Volunteer Coordinator. This person will be required to attend weekly meetings to take notes and do follow up. Be able to communicate with other organizations for opportunities and services, then posting them on our FaceBook page and Data Resource pages. Be able to connect with CSU and other agencies to employee volunteers for events and coordinate volunteers day of event. Need to have good communication skills and able to connect with community agencies and follow up with clients. Communicate with Board of Directors and administrative staff. Computer skills required, Word, Xcel and email list serve software. Will need to work with older adults as well as youth. Will assist with event planning and coordinating. This is a very part time position and may eventually be a paid position if and when Grant Funds are received. This would be a great job for a Student, retired person or fill in part time position. Should be interested in the outcomes of youth in the foster / kinship system and willingness to work with youth and older adults.

The Murphy Center for Hope and Homeless Gear are looking for community members interested in becoming Housing First Advocates for a brand new program, designed to help people experiencing homelessness in our community find affordable housing and gain self-sufficiency.

Volunteer teams of two will work with our Housing First Initiative Director, in conjunction with the person in need of housing, to create an "Action Plan." Volunteers will help with a "Hands-on Housing Search"- including internet searches for available housing, phone calls to potential landlords, assistance in obtaining necessary documents, and will provide encouragement and support to the person as they navigate the path to self-sufficiency.

Comprehensive training is provided, and Volunteers are backed-up at all times by the Housing First Initiative Director. Hours are flexible and would be approximately 1-5 hour per week, depending on your schedule.

This is a wonderful opportunity to provide tangible, effective assistance to some our community's most vulnerable members, with long-lasting results. If you would like to be a part of this exciting and innovative project, please contact us. Training begins in mid-July, with additional opportunities throughout the year.

Volunteers help facilitate core services for the homeless and near homeless that we serve. Services include mail, laundry, showers, lockers, gear room, morning day services, career closet, computers, phones, benefits application assistance and food pantry. Volunteers can also organize food or gear drives within the community.