Volunteer with LFC
Click through the volunteer positions below to see where you might fit in.
Troubleshoots general computer problems for clients. Wipes hard drives, images computers, runs software etc. Organizes donations, salvages and e-wastes parts. Some technical knowledge helpful.
Takes old computers and makes them like-new again. Refurbishers replace drives, software, test memory and more - you’ll be trained and mentored before you begin to work.
Process, cleans & tests equipment that has been donated (Computers. Monitors, keyboards, RAM/Memory and mice. Printers, Speakers, Etc.). This role is as important as being a technician or refurbisher.
Greets visitors and determines client and donor needs. Helps with applications, and computer sales. Answers phones, responds to email. as required. Office experience preferred. Bilingual is a plus.
- Bilingual Sales,
- Ebay Sales (selling, tracking & shipping all non-typical donated items),
- Tech & Computer Instructors/training room teachers for our volunteers and clients,
- Flier distribution to East Side of Salinas,
- Google AdWords management,
- Retired Nonprofit Executive Director,
- Executive Assistant,
- Floor Supervisors,
- Retail Sales Manager
- Newsletter Writer/Newsletter & Blog Updates,
- Off-Site Donations Pickup,
- Social Media /Website (post stories and interact),
- Grant Writer,
- Fund Development,
- Efficiency Engineer,
- Survey Manager,
- Product Innovation,
- CRM Data Cleanup,
- Board Members that represent the clientele we serve,
- LFC Representatives to "cold-call" all 1,000 local nonprofits to make them aware that we exist.
*** Please call us to inquire about the above positions. 831-393-9260
If you are interested in volunteering, we encourage you to call us at 831-393-9260 or email us at email@example.com. Please allow 2 business day for our volunteers to return your call (se habla Español).
Want to take the next step? Fill out our application, and read our handbook.
Call us to set up an interview today. (831) 393-9260.
Not only do we provide computers to families, fix computers for those who can't afford the Larger Computer Stores, rescue computers from being tossed, but as importantly, we give our volunteers a place to be- a place to feel welcomed- a place to boost their confidence- and a place to relieve [some of those that have] depression, or are in a rut of some kind- they have purpose here they might not have anywhere else, and of course, they build their skills, not only technical, but interpersonal. I have gone through all of the above aspects described above, and I'm a better person because I did so. Thank you.
PS: I would like to share this letter with you from a volunteer, genuinely speaking from his heart, exposing his perceptions on how LFC changed him as a human being. "