Volunteer Reports to: Community Engagement Coordinator
Summary: The Volunteer Receptionist will be responsible for supporting various administrative projects and day-to-day duties for The Youth & Family Center. Such responsibilities include greeting visitors, answering all incoming calls and refer calls to appropriate staff members, maintaining inventory of office supplies, sorting mail. Ensure cleanliness of front office areas for staff, visitors and clients.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Fax and photocopy documents
Sort and distribute mail
Prepare outgoing packages
Experience in Microsoft Office user including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook.
Excellent verbal and written communication.
Experience with handling phone calls, email correspondence. Excellent customer service skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills, honest communication, positive attitude and ability to carry a professional tone.
Training & Supervision
Attends general volunteer orientation
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
The American Red Cross of Northwest Missouri is holding blood drives at our Kansas City and St. Joseph locations. We are encouraging all healthy people to donate blood during this critical time. Click on the links below to make your appointment today!
Volunteers are needed to greet clients, distribute meals, fill client orders, sort through donated canned goods, and stock shelves in our Grocery Center.
Specifically, we are in need of volunteers on Monday from 10 am - 3 pm as this is a new addition to our volunteer/client schedule.
Food Outreach is the only St. Louis area organization whose mission is to provide nutritional support and enhance the quality of life of men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS or cancer.
Join us on Thursday mornings beginning March 5 to help keep the Brightside Demonstration Garden in tip-top shape! Activities include pulling weeds, planting flowers, spreading mulch, etc.
Please dress appropriately for the weather and consider bringing a refillable water bottle, hat, sunscreen and your favorite pair of gardening gloves.
Bottled water will be available as well as gloves.
We are in need of childcare volunteers for our Roots Event in Rolla. This is an event where parents and children alike can get the support they need from peers and it doubles as a training event for our parents.
Mission of the Area Board: Area Boards provide strategic volunteer leadership to the American Cancer Society which accelerates the mission of the American Cancer Society, increases our relevance, and generates revenue. They are composed of dedicated leadership volunteers empowered to develop and execute strategic plans in a specific geography.
Area Board members serve on the Area Board and are responsible for representing ACS in the area and will use their sphere of influence to garner resources and further the mission of the Society in the area.
The Area Board Member Responsibilities include:
Participating at meetings; virtual or in person
Board members serve three-year terms with a limit of two consecutive terms
Leading by example in supporting the mission of the Society and influencing others around them
Acting as a spokesperson, through effective communication, to support the Society’s mission
Obtaining resources (financial and volunteer) to deliver the American Cancer Society’s mission in the area
Commitment to annual giving and participation in fundraising events
Stewardship and recognition of companies, volunteers, and donors in the area
Establishing linkages and partnerships with other volunteer structures and affinity groups (i.e., Relay, Strides, Distinguished Events, ACS CAN, CEOs Against Cancer, Coaches vs. Cancer, Young Professional chapters, etc.)
Connecting with all community leadership volunteers and Councils in the defined area geography
Collaborating with other community partners (i.e., FQHC, Hospital Systems, etc.)