The NCRC (Center for Civil Rights) is seeking paid volunteers in the Charlotte area to help fight discrimination. The leadership especially mentioned a shortage of paid volunteers who are visually impaired!
Overview: By donating just a few hours, you can help uncover unfair & discriminatory practices. Participants will have a direct impact on increasing fair and equal access to services & products in our communities regardless of race, national origin, color, religion, sex, familial status or disability.
This is flexible assignment-based volunteer work. Assignments generally last a few hours, and participants are paid a $75-$150 stipend for each assignment satisfactorily completed.
This is a great opportunity for people who have free time during regular business hours and/or on weekends to help further civil rights. Inquire today!
- $75 upon successful completion of training seminar and practice assignment
- Up to $150 per satisfactory completion of each assignment
- Play a key role at the forefront of the national civil rights movement
Training takes place on March 18, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. To receive more information from our staff, send your resume to: CivilRightsVolunteers@ncrc.org or call Lezlie Briggs @ 704-432-5263. There are also additional Charlotte opportunities working with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations Committee for paid volunteering from $25 - $100 per assignment.