Healthy Charlotte Volunteer Opportunities

The Charlotte Regional Business Alliance is proud to share community volunteer opportunities provided by 2019 Health Care Summit sponsors.

Saturday, 4/6 | 9:00 -11:00 a.m. (25 People) Volunteer opportunity.

Give Back to the Community through Crisis Assistance Ministry | Presented by GE HealthCare

Free Store Production: The Free Store, located at 500-A Spratt Street, provides donated clothing, shoes, and household items all at no charge to families in need, so that people can use their limited resources on other necessities. We have daily opportunities to help in the Free Store Production Area with sorting donated items; inspecting, sizing and hanging clothing; and stocking the Free Store. To register contact Volunteer coordinators: Joel Fleury or Tippee Allender.

 

Saturday, 4/6 | 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. (25 People) Volunteer Opportunity.

Give Back to the Community through Crisis Assistance Ministry | Presented by GE HealthCare Free Store Production: The Free Store, located at 500-A Spratt Street, provides donated clothing, shoes, and household items all at no charge to families in need, so that people can use their limited resources on other necessities. We have daily opportunities to help in the Free Store Production Area with sorting donated items; inspecting, sizing and hanging clothing; and stocking the Free Store. To register contact Volunteer coordinators: Joel Fleury or Tippee Allender.

 

Saturday, 4/20 | 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Volunteer Opportunity

Give Back to the Community through NC MedAssist | Presented GE HealthCare Come out to the MedAssist Warehouse and sort over-the-counter medicines which they use to supply one of the Mobile Free Pharmacy events across the state. To register contact Volunteer coordinators: Joel Fleury or Tippee Allender.

 

Tuesday, 4/23 | 8:00 am – 5:00 p.m. (25 people) Training Opportunity. Free to attend, registration by April 1 is required, seating is limited.

Mental Health First Aid Certification | Presented by Cardinal Innovations & LivableMeck.

Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. These skills are critical as we serve co-workers, customers, clients, and the community at-large. Those who attend will receive a certification from Cardinal Innovations Healthcare instructors. The event is free, but registration by April 1 is required. Participants will receive FREE lunch on-site. Volunteer coordinator Rebecca Herbert.

 

Wednesday, 4/24 | 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. | Sara’s YMCA, Ballantyne Corporate Park | Training Opportunity. Free to attend, registration not required.

"Keep the Beat" 10 min Training could Save a Life. Presented by Healthy Charlotte, AHA & Medic

Don’t know how to do CPR? Don’t worry, you don’t need to be certified to save a life! Learn how this training and the PulsePoint app can empower you during this short drop-in class. Volunteer coordinator Linda Lemmons.

 

Thursday, 4/25 | 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

10th Annual Health Care Summit for a look at how we are “Caring for the Community across Cultures and Generations.” This sell out event convenes more than 500 leading executives, policymakers and consumers from around the state and nation. Advance registration is required. Click here for details and to register.

  

Thank you, 2019 Health Care Summit Sponsors and Volunteers, for making these opportunities possible.