Give your volunteer organization a boost with these Volunteer Campbell River workshops

Volunteer Campbell River offers relevant training and learning opportunities to non-profit staff, board members, volunteers, and the community as a whole.

Get organized in the New Year!

Wed. Jan. 24 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. – Zero Email Inbox Workshop

The email inbox is one of the biggest causes of poor productivity and one of the biggest stresses for most people, so let us help you with this learning opportunity!

This workshop will focus on: How to stop unneeded emails before they hit your inbox; How to ensure your priority emails won’t get missed; How to do email ‘triage’ to quickly sort emails by priority; How to insert common letters, resources and replies with just a few keystrokes; and How to write your emails to reduce unnecessary replies.

Facilitator Garland Coulson (Captain Time) has spent over 25 years mastering time management. For the past 15 years he has been a time management speaker, trainer and coach, helping thousands of people get more done in less time.

Don’t be stressed about your Community Gaming Grant!

Tuesday, Feb. 6 1-4 p.m. – Community Gaming Grant Information Workshop

The BC Association for Charitable Gaming is a non-profit society that represents and supports community groups applying for a Community Gaming Grant.

This workshop will review the eligibility requirements, program description and details, budget, in-kind support, volunteers and key considerations when accounting for activities. Hear about updates to grant guidelines, and join us for this interactive session with community groups and learn have the opportunity to ask questions in person at a local venue.

Facilitator David Scheah is the Executive Director of the BCACG and will be presenting this workshop to help you prepare an accurate application and manage the funding according to the conditions of the grant.

Zero Email Inbox workshop fees are $35 for members of Volunteer CR, $50 for non-members Community Gaming workshop fees are FREE for members of Volunteer CR, $10 for non-members.

Seating is limited – pre-register by contacting Volunteer Campbell River at 250-287-8111 or email mail@volunteercr.ca.

For more information on these workshops go to www.volunteercr.ca and click on Learning or check out Volunteer Campbell River’s Facebook Page and Events.

For more information on membership go to www.volunteercr.ca and click on Members/Join, or for more about volunteer opportunities, click on I want to volunteer.

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