The Shoebox Project for Women (Volunteer Local Chapter Coordinator – St. John’s)

Organization Name: The Shoebox Project for Women
Opportunity Title: Volunteer Local Chapter Coordinator – St. John’s
Category: Social and Community Service
Commitment: 6 months to 1 year, Ongoing Opportunity (> 1 year)
Start Date: June 1, 2023
End Date: December 31, 2024

  • Appropriate for volunteers aged between 18 and 55
  • Appropriate for volunteers aged 55 and over
  • Training or orientation required
Opportunity Description:


  • A leader with strong project management skills?

  • Excited to build partnerships and develop community connections?

  • Devoted to giving the time and effort required to drive lasting change?


  • Enjoy using your leadership skills to support a cause with passion?

  • Search for ways to use your spare time meaningfully for your community?

  • Value building relationships and networks with like-minded people?

  • Embrace gaining life experiences?

  • Want to feel good about your contribution while having FUN?!

What is a Local Chapter?

A  Local Chapter is a branch of The Shoebox Project led entirely by volunteers.

On behalf of, and supported by, a trusted national registered charity, Local Chapters collect gifts and essentials from members of the community and distribute them through shelters and agencies to local women experiencing or at-risk-of homelessness.

What Does a Local Coordinator Do?

A Local Coordinator determines a Chapter’s goals based on the needs of local shelters and community agencies.

They lead and execute seasonal gift drives by recruiting local volunteers to help.

Chapters educate and build awareness of The Shoebox Project and our mission.

They encourage the community to support the Chapter’s goals through Shoebox gifts, monetary donations and kind messages.

View full details about this role and to apply, please visit our volunteer page and apply!

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