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Neighborhood Health Clinic

County: Collier
Categories Computer/Technology
Marketing/PR/Event Planning
Health
Details: The mission of the Neighborhood Health Clinic is to deliver quality medical care to low-income, uninsured adult workers Collier County, using a professional volunteer staff and funded by private philanthropy.

Job Description: We are a non-profit organization giving our patients quality healthcare with volunteer medical professionals and small paid staff. Volunteers make it possible to direct more financial resources to patient care. Volunteers must be at least 19 years of age.
Opportunities include:
1. Volunteers with leadership and organizational skills work with Clinic staff to create special events teams to represent the Clinic at community and non-profit events such as "walks", informational fairs or parades, typically three events annually. In addition, this volunteer will help publicize the events, put together informational packets, create displays for booths at events and other such related tasks.
2. Individuals to assist with packaging informational and fundraising materials for distribution to the public and donors. The need is typically six individual sessions with 5-10 volunteers.
3. Individual with engaging and enthusiastic speaking voice to assist community outreach staff by contacting and civic and community organizations to schedule speaking opportunities to inform the public about the Clinic's service in the community.
Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekends daytime
Primary Contact: Ms. Shannon Anderson
121 Goodlette Rd. North
Naples, FL 34109
Fax: (239) 261-6582
Phone: (239) 529-2253
Alt Phone: (239) 261-6600
Email: sanderson@neighborhoodhealthclinic.org
Secondary Contact: Kaitlin Cardec
Phone: (239) 529-2259
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered: In addition to gaining experience in non-profit organization, the volunteer will have demonstrable evidence of leadership, organization and supervisory experience. When relevant, t-shirts for events may be provided as well as light meals. The volunteer providing superlative service will receive recognition in Clinic newsletter, volunteer medical professionals and to the Board of Directors.
Additional Information: As for the first volunteer experience, much of the work could be done outside of the Clinic's office.

For more detailed information regarding the Neighborhood Health Clinic, please go to our website at www.neighborhoodhealthclinic.org

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