Sound Generations is looking for volunteers to help provide this program.
Volunteer coaches help participants become more confident about managing falls, help to identify ways to reduce falls, and lead exercises to help increase strength and balance. As a coach, you will be part of a national program and have the ability to offer and facilitate a Matter of Balance workshop in your own community.
This training is 8 hours in total (4 hours a day) and covers all basic information and material that new coaches need to begin facilitating a workshop. Completion of this training is required to earn A Matter of Balance certificate.
DATE: Thursday & Friday, March 28 – March 29, 2019 COST: $40 per person which covers the cost of the Coach Handbook. LOCATION: Sound Generations, Lillian Rice Building, 2208 2nd Ave Ste 100 Seattle, WA 98121 TRAINER: For more info, contact Deidre Daymon, Master Trainer at 206.727.6250 or email@example.com. Click here to view our flyer. REGISTER: Space is limited! To register, please visit projectenhance.org/registration.aspx
Volunteer drivers are needed for Sound Generations Transportation program. Using their own vehicles, volunteer drivers help older adults maintain their independence by taking them to necessary medical appointments. Clients appreciate their improved access to medical care, meaningful interactions with caring volunteers, and increased peace of mind. Unfortunately, the program does not have enough drivers to meet the demand for transportation from vulnerable seniors.
Meals on Wheels brings nutritious frozen meals directly to the homes of qualifying seniors who have difficulty shopping or preparing food. Our friendly staff and volunteers put care into their work: from the delivery drivers who know each customer by name to the customer service representative who gives personal attention while taking orders.
Watch the video below to see what it’s like to be a Sound Generations’ Meals on Wheels’ driver. Julian Montgomery speaks about the multiple roles he wears and the amazing friendships that have been built over the past six years.
Being a driver for our program is so much more than transporting meals. Julian sees himself as a therapist, counselor, friend, and a family member for his clients as well.
Every dollar you contribute allows seniors and adults with disabilities to age with grace and dignity. Your contribution, big or small, helps connect nearly 65,000 with the resources they need to thrive in King County.
Position: Driver Program: Volunteer Transportation Location: Throughout King County Schedule: Weekdays, flexible Duration: Ongoing Group or Individual: Individual Kid Friendly: Yes Contact: 206-748-7588 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Summary: Change lives by giving rides! Drive seniors to and from their important medical appointments.
Description: Help older adults throughout King County get to their important and life-sustaining medical appointments. Using your own vehicle, you would drive seniors to their appointments, wait for them, and return them home, providing friendly companionship for the round trip. This flexible opportunity allows you to choose which days, times, frequency, and areas you wish to serve. You may also change your availability weekly. Our program staff will happily work to accommodate your schedule. Take a turn in the right direction, become a volunteer driver today!
Requirements: Volunteers must have a valid Washington State driver’s license and auto insurance, a reliable vehicle, no moving violations in the past two years, ability to pass a criminal background check, and some weekday availability.
Position: Data Entry (4) Program: Resource Development Location: Grand Hyatt Seattle Schedule: Saturday, Oct. 13 Arrive @5:00PM to eat and shift duration 6PM-9PM Duration: One-time Group or Individual: Individual Kid Friendly: Yes (college students) Contact: Brittany Blue email@example.com Summary: We are actively seeking volunteers to assist us at our 51st Anniversary Golden Gala celebration. Full Description: Join our Event Volunteer Team! For those with computer skills, begin recording bidder data from attendees/purchase throughout the evening’s festivities.
Requirements: Need to be comfortable with computers, have good typing speed and accuracy, detail oriented under pressure. Dress code is cocktail attire (Masquerade theme).