BullyingCanada looks for volunteers to assist in key services

BullyingCanada seeks help

BullyingCanada is seeking volunteers from all over Canada to ensure its services remain available for all youth, whenever needed.

The organization has experienced a significant increase in demand for support due to the beginning of a new school year and is asking for help with administrative and development tasks. 

In addition to this, they are especially in need of people who have a fundraising background or experience with grant applications. 

Volunteers work remotely but will be well-supported and work under the close supervision of the organization.

BullyingCanada co-founder and co-executive director Rob Benn-Fenette says volunteering with the organization is a rewarding opportunity for people who prefer to not be on the frontlines. 

"With the start of the new school year, we are seeing an increased number of youths reaching out for assistance. To ensure we're able to serve them best going forward, BullyingCanada needs several volunteers to help with a variety of tasks. We know that many people find working directly with youth rewarding - and we always have opportunities for that - but we have some less glamorous work that is just as vital to our mission. For many people, they prefer it to working with youth directly as it tends to be less triggering - the stories we hear from bullied youth can be exceptionally upsetting."

To apply or find out more information, visit BullyingCanada.ca/Volunteer. All applications need a computer with reliable internet access and will be required to undergo a criminal background check.

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