November 14, 2012

◊ Volunteer – A Chance to Change Lives, Including Your Own

Filed under: General — Mark @ 7:03 pm

Elders in Action has several flexible and rewarding volunteer opportunities that can make a real difference in the lives of older adults.
Age Friendly Evaluator
This program is a fun, flexible, and an enjoyable volunteer opportunity that will  open up your eyes to the ways that we can make the Portland metropolitan area a more age friendly place.  This position is ideal for someone who likes to shop and explore new businesses.  Learn more by clicking here
Training available in late November
Personal Advocate
Personal advocates provide one-on-one problem-solving assistance & support to older adults who are experiencing problems in housing, healthcare, crime & abuse. This role has direct impact on helping an individual to age-in-place & be an active member of the community. Learn more by clicking here Training available in January
Speakers’ Bureau
Elders in Action Speaker’s Bureau program consists of a vibrant group of volunteers who reach out to older adults, civic groups, businesses & other non-profit organizations about the work and services of Elders in Action. Our trained volunteers participated in over 100 events last year; reaching over 60,000 people.
Learn more by clicking here.
Training availabe in December
Elders in Action Commission
The Elders in Action Commission, a powerful voice of older adults since 1968.  They provide advice, direction & advocacy regarding the issues and needs that affect older adults in our communiyt The Commission acts is the advisory board to Multnomah County, the City of Portland, and will also consider & advise on topics at the state and national level. Learn more by clicking here.         Positions available
Elders in Action have these and many other volunteer options available. Our goal is to find the right opportunity for you.    Your time is a gift and we will use it well.
Give us a call today at 503.235.5474 or click below to get started.

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