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Become a Volunteer

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ConnectLife volunteers provide invaluable support to the organization. We have several types of volunteer positions available and provide training and shadowing opportunities. ConnectLife also provides opportunities for student internships and service-learning projects. We salute all our volunteers for choosing to dedicate their time and talents to our organization.

 

For more information, please contact Pasquale Maggiore, Community Development Assistant, at 716-529-4353 or submit the form at the bottom of this page.

Administrative Volunteer

Assist ConnectLife staff with clerical-type office tasks in addition to any larger labor-intensive projects.

Community Event Information Table Volunteer

Represent ConnectLife at community events and provide participants with accurate information regarding transplantation and donation, including organ, eye, tissue, and blood.

Guest Speaker/ “Talk It Up!” Volunteer

Represent ConnectLife at events and provide participants with accurate information regarding ConnectLife’s mission and services, such as organ, eye, tissue, and blood donation. Those with a personal connection to donation and/or transplantation may wish to share their stories. 

Special Event Volunteer

Assist at ConnectLife special events and fundraisers.

Blood Drive Hospitality Volunteer

Represent ConnectLife at a blood drive and monitor blood donors after donation by engaging them in conversation.

Blood Drive Information Table Volunteer

Represent ConnectLife at a blood drive and provide participants with accurate information regarding blood donation. Also, share information regarding other ConnectLife services, such as organ, eye, and tissue donation, as necessary.

Blood Drive Registration Volunteer

Represent ConnectLife at a blood drive and assist in the donor registration process. Help with the flow of people by tracking and managing the sign in sheet with donors with appointments vs. donors that walked in. 

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