Volunteer Opportunities We are currently looking for volunteers to help with the following positions: Membership Director The Membership Director is responsible for increasing new memberships and maintaining existing memberships. Duties include: Welcoming new members and interested newcomers, Answering questions, Increasing engagement in Neighborhood and Chapter events, and Maintaining the Chapter’s membership database (e.g., adding new members, updating contact info and status). Time commitment is approximately 2 to 3 hours/week. Newsletter Manager The Newsletter Manager is responsible for overseeing the production of the Chapter’s bi-monthly electronic newsletter. Duties include: Planning and organizing content, layout, colors and photos; Working closely with board members, our advertisers as well as outside sources whom submit articles for publishing; Reviewing, editing and writing parts of content; and Finalizing content. The position calls for approximately 10 to 20 hours every two months and being comfortable with using MailChimp. Please contact Gina Meagher for more information about either position.
Assistant Director of Children’s Programs – Volunteer Opportunity The Assistant Director, under the guidance of the Director of Children’s Programs, is responsible for organizing, planning, attending and coordinating age appropriate children’s events. Responsibilities include: The ideal candidate should either live with celiac disease or have a child living with celiac disease. In addition, a positive, cheerful, and upbeat attitude at the events is quite beneficial. The time commitment is approximately 4 to 5 hours/week. We are flexible. However, we are looking for a volunteer who can commit the time to help develop age appropriate children’s programs. If this is a position you are interested in, email Maria Brotherston at email@example.com.
ASK is a FREE health screening for Childhood Diabetes (T1D) and Celiac Disease (CD) for all children in the Denver Metro Area, ages 2–17, including those with NO family history of either disease. Details: https://www.askhealth.org/for-parents