Special Events are things like our annual Santa Skivvies Run, Tribute Celebration, or special dinners. Volunteers for these types of events might do things like guest check-in, coat check, or perhaps setting up / breaking down tables and chairs or signage. If that sounds like your style, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll let you know when we have something coming up!
Our Syringe Access Services exchanges 2.4 million sterile syringes per year and is one of the largest syringe exchange programs in the United States. Our volunteers help us to staff eleven different needle exchange sites through out San Francisco’s neighborhoods.
As reliable and consistent members of our team, needle exchange volunteers are trained to provide non-judgmental, community-based harm reduction services in a safe space and respectful manner in order to reduce the risk of HIV & Hepatitis C and other harms related to injection drug-use. Volunteers are usually scheduled weekly or every other week in 2 hour and 20 minute shifts. This program requires that all volunteers make a six-month time commitment, have flexible weekends and evenings schedules and are comfortable working outside.
For more information about this role, you can review the Syringe Access pages on this site, or contact our Volunteer Coordinator for SAS, at 415-241-5104 or email@example.com.
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Magnet is a place where gay men connect. In addition to our clinical services, Magnet is also an art gallery, lounge and internet café. We are a place where people can engage and participate or just hang out. Magnet is unique in our approach to total health, promoting the physical, mental and social well-being of gay men.
Learn more about Magnet's volunteer opportunities on the Magnet website
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