FEMA Recognizes CARD

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Check out CARD Executive Director Ana-Marie Jones' interview in a recent FEMA publication!

Toward More Resilient Futures: Putting Foresight Into Practice

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Volunteer

There is a place for your skills and talents as a volunteer with CARD! If none of the posts below fit you, contact us to talk about how you can contribute your time and talents. And if you’re looking for more of a challenge and commitment, check out Become a Trainer.

Current volunteer needs

Do you yearn to channel your creative energies?

CARD is looking for a volunteer cartoonist/illustrator to transfer our disaster preparedness information into a comic tour-de-force.

We provide emergency preparedness information to underserved communities. This includes homeless, low-income, disabled, medically fragile, deaf, blind, and senior people, and those with Access and Functional Needs (AFN) – always working through the agencies that support them. We do not use any fear or disaster-threat messages in our trainings – so having fun cartoons and illustrations helps us accomplish our goals.

If you like drawing on the funny side of the brain and your I.Q. (Insanity Quotient) is at an all time high, then please contact us about the volunteer cartoonist/illustrator position in our downtown Oakland Office.

Do you love to photograph or film a diverse and wide range of people?

CARD is looking for a volunteer photographer or videographer to document the communities we serve and to create share-worthy videos to enhance our social media posts.

We do not use any fear or disaster-threat messages in our trainings or messaging – so taking photographs or videos of fun, happy, and diverse people will help us hit the right tone.

Please contact usabout the volunteer photographer or videographer position in our downtown Oakland office.

We would like someone who can create crossword puzzles and word games for us.

This calls for volunteers to use their creative/fun side and make word games and puzzles for children and adults alike. We do not use any fear or disaster-threat messages in our trainings or messaging – so creating fun and engaging activities helps keep the focus positive.

Please contact us about the volunteer puzzle guru position in our downtown Oakland office.