Volunteer

The Lethbridge Family Services - Angel Tree Christmas Campaign is a legacy our community has built together, and it is truly magical. In its 28th year, Angel Tree offers help to any family in Lethbridge and area, struggling to make Christmas happen in their home.

This year with COVID-19 placing stress on finances like never before, we expect to help up to 3,000 children and we will need many volunteers! We invite you to get involved!

Meet new people, enjoy new experiences, develop new skills, and make a REAL difference in the community!

OUR VOLUNTEERS ARE:

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All volunteers please report to Angel tree Toy Depot at  Unit #240 - 200 4 Ave South (entrances on 5 Ave or 5 Street).

VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Toy Sorters & Stackers (2 hours)
• The group keeps the toy depot organized!
• Sorting and stacking toys
• Performing COVID-19 cleaning protocols
• This position can be physical and requires a lot of standing and some lifting, so you will want to dress appropriately and wear comfortable shoes

Admin Elf (2 hours)
• Greet donors and complete donation forms
• Take photos, if needed (ability to use a phone camera)
• Runner between Angel Tree Toy Depot and Lethbridge Family Services
• Other admin tasks, as needed
• This position can be physical and requires a lot of standing and some lifting, so you will want to dress appropriately and wear comfortable shoes

Toy Pickup Driver (2.5 hours)
• Pick up toys from Official Angel Tree drop-off locations
• Valid driver’s license, proof of car insurance, and a safe driving record a must
• Access to a vehicle that is roadworthy and reliable
• Must have a cell phone and have access to a GPS navigation system or software
• No health conditions, which may impair the ability to drive safely (vision, hearing, perception)
• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. during the shift

Gift Bundle Delivery Driver (2.5 hours)
• Deliver gift bundles to Angel Tree families
• Valid driver’s license, proof of car insurance, and a safe driving record a must
• Access to a vehicle that is roadworthy and reliable
• Must have a cell phone and have access to a GPS navigation system or software
• No health conditions, which may impair the ability to drive safely (vision, hearing, perception)

• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. during the shift

GENERAL INFORMATION

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