EMBERS

Organization Type: Social & Community Services
Address: 310-111 W. Hastings St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5R 3Z3
Contact: Esther Yuen
Phone: 604.692.0781
Website: http://www.embersvancouver.com

EMBERS is a community economic development charity located in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Since 2001, EMBERS has helped thousands of people facing barriers to work lead productive, fulfilling lives by offering economic and employment opportunities – including job placements, training and support.

Event & Role Summary

The EMBERS 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament will be held on July 13 at Tsawwassen Springs Golf Course. Proceeds raised from this charity fundraising event will be going to support EMBERS’ programs, which helps low-income people access meaningful work. It’s our biggest event of the year, and we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help pull it off.

Between 12 pm and 6 pm, we will need activity leaders at each golf hole who will be responsible for leading activities for golfers. Activities will include contests and games like ‘guess the amount of golf balls’ and ‘marshmallow chipping’. Some volunteers will also be supervising tasting stations, where food or beverages will be distributed to golfers.

Responsibilities

  • Greet golfers in a warm and friendly manner
  • Give instructions to golfers
  • Ensure golfers are having a positive experience
  • Assist with set up and tear down

Benefits

  • Meet people who are enthusiastic about community-based economic development
  • Special offers and discounts from many of our tournament sponsors
  • Complimentary lunch, dinner, and snacks

Qualifications

  • Must enjoy working outside
  • Friendly and outgoing personality
  • Able to give instruction

Application Details

To apply, go to www.embersvancouver.com/embers-golf-tournament/golf-volunteer/, fill out the form, and select ‘Activity Leader’ as one of your choices.


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310-111 W. Hastings St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5R 3Z3

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