We are looking for a volunteer to provide support to our arts & crafts upcycling pilot. Upcycling leaders would support individuals with barriers to employment, including developmental disabilities, by providing guidance on projects, health & safety, and preparing workspaces.
We are currently looking for passionate, dedicated and compassionate Albertans’ to help our team members exceed their goals, while turning donations into treasures. This opportunity will allow volunteers to have a direct impact in supporting Goodwill’s mission, while having the ability to have fun with a diverse team.
Key responsibilities would include, (but are not limited to) facilitating and supporting the creation of arts and crafts including painting, candle-making, and assembly activities, maintaining a clean and organized environment for arts and crafts projects and ensuring area remains presentable and safe for others.
Volunteers will be based out of the Edmonton Impact Centre and are expected to volunteer 3 – 6 hours weekly
- We are looking for a minimum of a 3 month commitment to ensure volunteers can build positive relationships with our team members and get fully immersed in the Goodwill mission
- Volunteers will be required to provide a clear Vulnerable Sector Check within 30 days of their first shift
- Goodwill will provide volunteers with Safety, Disability Awareness and hands-on task-specific training