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|Position Title||Organization Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Volunteering Location||Police Check|
|Volunteer Resource Coordinator||Learning Disabilities Association of Halton||Primary responsibilities will be following up on volunteerism requests via email or phone, arranging for interviews as necessary, helping to train volunteers, monitoring current volunteer members to ensure satisfaction, scheduling volunteers for events, recruiting volunteers and promoting volunteerism through local organizations.||Can be coordinated from a home office base with reports to centre Executive Director.||Not Required|
|Fashionably Delicious Committee Member||Canadian Cancer Society, Halton Unit||Are you a “chocoholic? Do you always find yourself eating the last cookie from the cookie jar? The Canadian Cancer Society- Halton is looking for 3 leadership committee volunteers who think dessert should always be eaten first? Ideal candidates should be highly organized, motivated and creative individuals that have a passion for your community and for helping to make cancer history! We are seeking one of the volunteer specifically for social media/marketing areas. Meeting are held during the day. If you are a self-proclaimed sweet tooth and wish to be part of this committee, please contact Kelly.||Event is held in Oakville||Not Required|
|Grant Researcher||Oakville Ensemble||Searching for suitable grant opportunities for a not-for-profit professional music ensemble.||Adults aged 18 and up||Work from your own home||Not Required|
|Grant Writer||Oakville Ensemble||writing grant applications for a not-for-profit professional music ensemble.||From your own home||Not Required|
|Event Planning and Fundraising Volunteer||Community Living North Halton||Committee meets once per month to discuss upcoming and potential fundraisers and events. There is a goal set each year for the committee to reach, based on budget needs. The Committee members divide duties both in the planning and at the event itself.||Adults aged 18 and up||Various locations in Milton and Georgetown||Required|
|Halton Extreme Race and Obstacle Scramble (HEROS) Leadership Committee||Canadian Cancer Society, Halton Unit||Calling all adventure seeking race enthusiasts! The Canadian Cancer Society Halton Unit is currently looking for volunteers to join the leadership committee for a 5km extreme obstacle and endurance event scheduled to be held on Saturday August 17, 2013.
Volunteers must love and have experienced the thrill of an athletic obstacle challenge as this new event is all about survival of the fittest all in... the name of a good cause.
The ideal candidates should be highly organized, motivated and creative individuals that have a passion for the community and have knowledge of obstacle adventure styled events. This event is seeking members interested in obstacle building, sponsorship, food and beverage and promotion etc.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Kelso Quarry in Milton||Not Required|
|Data Entry volunteer||Burlington Reuse Environmental Group, Reuse Centre||To input various data such as receiving reports, Treasure Trove Registration, Treasure trove successful bids, etc.||Youth ; High School Students||3335 North Service Road, Burlington|
|Board member||Oakville Ensemble||Suport the organization's vision and mandate.
Attend monthly board meetings, serve on one or more committee(s), attend the Ensemble's events, commit to developing financial resources for the Ensemble, and network on behalf of the Ensemble
|Downtown and/or North Oakville||Not Required|
|Front of House Volunteer||Oakville Ensemble||Welcome patrons, manage ticket sale table, hand programs out, usher patron to seats, help setup and clean the stage for larger productions, help with patron's data compilation. Assist with post-concert receptions.||Downtown and North Oakville||Not Required|
|Relay for Life committee members||Canadian Cancer Society, Halton Unit||We are looking for a few people who are full of enthusiasm, commitment and able to help make this the best year ever! Are you open to help with fundraising and event planning? These events bring the funds to help with life saving research and provide the funding for our free programs such as getting people to their cancer related treatments. It isn't too late to help on the committee.||Adults aged 18 and up||May 31 - Applebly College, June 7 - Bronte Creek Park, June 14 - Milton Fairgrounds||Not Required|
|Volunteer Board Members||Links2Care, Oakville Office, Oakville/ Burlington/ Milton||Interested Applicants should be committed to active participation in bi-monthly board meetings and sub committees. Committee meetings may be held on a monthly or quarterly basis. Board meetings are scheduled every other month at locations within the Halton Region.||various||Required|
|Relay for Life Committee Members and Event Day Volunteers||Canadian Cancer Society, Halton Unit||Committee members assist in areas of sponsorship, team recruitment, activities, fight back zone, volunteer management.
Event day volunteers needed for registration, logistics, luminaries for the Luminary Ceremony, set up day of, tear down and clean up day after.
|Anyone||Relay for Life event will take place at Appleby College, Oakville||Not Required|
|Program Volunteer||Halton Hills. Recreation and Parks Department||Volunteers assist instructors in facilitating the program, assisting with sign in and out and end of session evaluations.||Youth ; High School Students||Various locations in Georgetown and Acton||Required|
|The New Mentality Youth Leader||ROCK, Head Office||The New Mentality is a mental health group that is comprised of youth looking to decrease stigma and raise awareness about mental health. The New Mentality Halton is looking for group members to assist in the creation of a fourth annual youth engagement conference. The main goal of this conference is to encourage youth to start a New Mentality Council at their own school. The conference will educate youth as well as their staff advisor(s) on how to successfully run a council and create an event. We are looking for self-motivated, opinionated and organized youth to join our team!||Youth ; High School Students||Flexible||Not Required|
|Gift Shop Volunteer||Joseph Brant Hospital||To provide exceptional customer service.
Handle cash register transactions.
Open & close the Gift Shop.
Restock and straighten products in the shop.
May involve light administration work.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington||Required|
|Committee Volunteer "Race for Teens At Risk" 5K Walk/Run||Drew Hildebrand Teen Benefit Fund||To promote the event in school, friends, families and community.
Route marshals, registration, food prep, raffle, set up- tear down, general volunteer.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Coronation Park, Oakville|
|Gala Event Committee Member||Darling Home for Kids (The)||Be an active participant in all facets of the event from acquisition of silent auction items, procurement of sponsorship, ticket and table sales, coordination of print materials, and event day set up.
Ideally, this person is a go-getter, good follow through, comfortable asking for sponsorship/money and can build a good rapport with sponsors.
|Adults aged 18 and up|
|Board of Directors||Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children (The)||Attend monthly board meetings (Mondays), support the fundraising committee, particularly need education/youth organizational, marketing, medical, HR, communications professionals if possible from Burlington, Mississauga, Brampton. Directors network for the organization and actively participate in one standing committee best suited to their interests/skills.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Oakville||Not Required|
|Fundraiser volunteer||Halton Fresh Food Box||People who love to fund raise in a variety of ways would be a real asset to our program. It can be as simple as approaching local sponsors for donations to organizing and hosting a fund raising event to writing grant proposals. Volunteers can self-select the type of fund raising they like to be involved with in conjunction with the Sustainability Committee. Time commitment: dependent on type of fundraising and each fundraisers’ availability.||Adults aged 18 and up||Through out Halton Region|
|Office Help||Canadian Red Cross, Oakville Branch||Office help answers phones and helps Administrator with general clerical duties.||Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville Office, 1400 Cornwall Road, Unit 15, Oakville, ON L6J 7W5||Required|
|Volunteer||ErinoakKids, Centre for Treatment and Development||The following are some examples of the programs that are assisted by volunteers:
Direct Support (working with children and clinicians/therapists)
Audiology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Vision Services, Intensive Behavioural Services, Medical Services, Communication Services (i.e.clinics, hydrotherapy, printing and typing, classroom support, summer camps, social skills groups, etc.)
Psychology & Psycho-educational Services, Special Services at Home, Transition Services, Nursing Services, Assistive Devices Resource Services, Caregiver Education Services, Community Participation and Engagement, Respite Services, Specialty Clinics, Recreation Therapy (Music, Drama), Early Childhood Education Services, Behaviour Consultation/ Therapy, Social Work (i.e.Respite Camp, Brothers and Sisters Day, Teen Drop-In, Dances, Skating, Cooking, book club, music, baseball, games nights, drama productions, music groups, etc.)
Indirect Support (working behind the scenes to ensure that all services and operational needs function smoothly in support of our children and families)
Clerical, Information and Resource Centre, data entry, photocopying, reception, mailings, etc.
ErinoakKids Foundation (assisting with the profile raising and fundraising endeavours of our Foundation and other third party events to benefit ErinoakKids)
Holiday festivities, HOG (Harley Owners Group) Ride, Dinner and Dance, Golf Tournaments, etc.
Group Volunteering (Group volunteer days with corporations, teams, or community groups)
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups||Burloak site - International Blvd, Burlington, Respite site - Oakville, Bristol site - Oakville||Required|
|Board Member - Governance||Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels||As a Board Member with experience/interest in Board governance you will ensure that the Board's governance policies are in line with the governance directives of our main funders - MH LHIN (The Mississauga/Halton Local Health Integrated Network).
As a general member of the Board you will be involved in ensuring the ongoing evaluation on the direction and mission Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels. Maintaining the financial integrity of the agency; evaluating the agency operations and effectiveness; developing and revising the constitution as appropriate; ensuring that the Executive Director is recruited, hired, evaluated and supported.
|Where there is Board room available; i.e. Sir J. Colbourne Centre; or United Way office on Speers Rd||Not Required|
|Board Member - Quality||Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels||As a board member you will offer advice and guidance to the Executive Director and fellow board members on various quality and safety issues, as well the general duties of a board member.
I.e. ensuring the ongoing evaluation on the direction and mission of Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels.
Maintaining the financial integrity of the agency.
Evaluation the agencies operations and effectiveness.
|Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Where board rooms available: Sir J. Colbourne centre; United Way office, Speers Rd.||Required|
|Board Members||We Remember Project (The)||WE are seeking persons who would be interested in sitting on our Board of Directors on a volunteer basis. The board meets quarterly and would prefer people with military experience. We are also looking for a qualified fundraiser.|
|Shades of Fun - event volunteer||CNIB, Halton/Peel Region||- Use your leadership skills to advocate for and run a "Shades of Fun" fundraiser in your school or community group. Training, posters and information packages are available.
- Be knowledgeable about the program and be able to answer basic questions.
- Ask for staff assistance or direction when required.
- Other marketing and administrative duties as required.
|Youth ; High School Students||In the community or at schools||Not Required|
|Various Volunteer Positions||Darling Home for Kids (The)||- assisting with recreation therapy programs (arts and crafts, reading, baking, outdoor games)
- administrative support
- gardening/maintenance of the home
- special events and fundraising (golf tournament and Comfort & Joy Gala)
- Comfort & Joy Gala Committee Members
|Youth ; High School Students||5657 15th Side Road, Milton Ontario||Required|
|Receptionist||Links2Care, Oakville Office, Oakville/ Burlington/ Milton||At the Oakville office, answer phone to provide information regarding Links2Care services and/or to connect callers with staff representatives of specific programs.
Provide office and administrative support as needed.
Special project involvement as skills permit.
|Adults aged 18 and up||2-250 Wyecroft Road, Oakville, ON||Required|
|Friends of the Library Board Member||Oakville Public Library, Friends of the Library||The responsibilities of the Member-at-Large position are not onerous. The position requires that the person attends the monthly meeting of the Executive of the Friends of the Library Board (there are no meetings held in July and August). Meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month at 7pm at the main library.
The member will participate in discussions which are focused on library advocacy and how to raise monies in order to provide extras which the OPL staff specify and which are not covered by the regular OPL budget.
There is a possibility of accepting further responsibilities as opportunities occur throughout the year.
Assistance at the semi-annual book sale is strongly encouraged.
|Adults aged 18 and up||Oakville Public Library - 120 Navy Street, Oakville ON||Not Required|
|Assistant Volunteer Coordinator||Habitat for Humanity Halton||-Following up with calls and emails received
-Assist with interviewing potential candidates for various positions
- Assist in implementing volunteer recruitment strategies
-Provide assistance in creating and updating volunteer orientation and training modules
-Assist with the planning and execution of volunteer recognition programs and events
-Assist with volunteer scheduling (special events, Oakville build, ReNew It projects, etc.)
-Assist with updating volunteer literature (position description and manuals)
-Ensure the volunteer bulletin board is kept up-to-date on a monthly basis
-Assist in data entry
-Help with administrative duties as required (photocopying, faxing, etc.)
|Adults aged 18 and up||1800 Appleby Line, Unit 12, Burlington, Ontario||Not Required|
|Volunteer Office Receptionist||Habitat for Humanity Halton||The position will be primarily responsible for greeting walk-ins, answering phone calls and ensuring that queries are directed to the appropriate person within the organization as well as other administrative functions.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||1800 Appleby Line, Burlington, On - North of QEW, South of Upper Middle||Not Required|
|Board Member||Oakville Literacy Council||1. Promoting the objectives of the Council
2. Promoting membership and community partnerships with the Council
3. Actively participating in the process of developing and implementing the Councils policies, rules and regulations
4. Actively participating in developing and implementing strategic plans, determining long and short-term goals, and monitoring success in achieving them, particularly as they pertain to maintaining financial sustainability
5. Monitoring and strengthening the effectiveness of programs consistent with Council’s mission.
6. Ensuring adequate financial resources for the organization to fulfill its mission.
7. Protecting assets, providing proper financial oversight and developing annual budget
8. Building and maintaining a competent board
9. Ensuring legal and ethical integrity, adhering to legal standards and ethical norms – appointing legal counsel and auditors as needed
10. Assisting in maintaining a minimum level of fundraising
- Participation on at least one committee
- Serve as a spokesperson/ambassador for the organization, promoting community engagement and support of the organization
|Adults aged 18 and up|
|Board Member||Community Youth in Action Network||CYAN is looking for energetic and committed individuals or retired professionals with
financial, legal, funding or governance experience to join our Board of Directors and
help us show our local youth how to make a positive impact in our community and teach
them to be compassionate leaders of tomorrow.
|Burlington Seniors Advisory Committee Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Provide Council and staff with input about a wide variety of subjects through discussion, presentations and recommendations. Some committees organize and participate in community events.||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON|
|Volunteer Receptionist||Burlington Humane Society||Provide friendly, helpful and courteous support at our front desk. Answer telephones, greet the public, provide office work support, and help with odd jobs that come up.||High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||740 Griffith Court, Burlington, ON|
|Burlington Civic Recognition Committee Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Provide Council and staff with input about a wide variety of subjects through discussion, presentations and recommendations. Some committees organize and participate in community events.||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON|
|Burlington Doors Open Organizing Committee Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Provide Council and staff with input about a wide variety of subjects through discussion, presentations and recommendations. Some committees organize and participate in community events.||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON|
|Burlington Inclusivity Advisory Committee Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Provides advice and insight regarding inclusivity as it relates to the city's policies, services and programs. The committee is comprised of citizens and community/stakeholder organizations representing groups within our community that could be experiencing inclusion barriers. This committee is currently in need of stakeholders to represent the following groups: ethnicity and socio-economic.||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON||Not Required|
|Burlington Mundialization Committee Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON|
|Burlington Museum Board Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON|
|Burlington Sustainable Development Committee Member||Burlington. Clerks Department||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON||Not Required|
|City of Burlington Boards and Committees volunteer||Burlington. Clerks Department||Volunteering on a board or committee is a great way to meet new people, share your talents and develop new skills while addressing a common interest.||Anyone ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Monthly meetings generally held at City Hall-426 Brant Street-event locations vary||Not Required|
|Board Member at Large||Oakville Chamber Orchestra||We are looking for a board member with expertise in advertising, corporate sponsorship, and marketing. Our organization is located in Oakville and we have board meetings once a month on Sundays at 4:00 PM.
Application Process: Contact General Manager – email@example.com
|Trafalgar and QEW|
|Member of Board of Directors||YMCA of Oakville||1. Provide a link and liaison with the community.
2. Ensure that the YMCA of Oakville’s By-Laws remain current and relevant.
3. Ensure that the YMCA’s vision and strategic plan are consistent with the organization’s values and mission.
4. Ensure that the annual operating plan is consistent with the YMCA of Oakville’s long-term vision and strategic plan.
5. Support and assist in the development of philanthropic resources and fundraising efforts for the YMCA.
6. Monitor CEO performance. Recruit and hire, and terminate if necessary.
7. Understand and influence, where necessary, public policies that affect the YMCA.
8. Govern, acquire, liquidate and provide control over all properties and assets of the organization.
9. Report to the community, YMCA members and participants at the Annual General Meeting.
10. Ensure that there are systems and procedures that regularly solicit, welcome and respond to concerns raised by all YMCA stakeholders.
|Board of Directors||Halton Family Services||Board members are responsible for strategic and organizational planning, fundraising, fiscal management, and monitoring the effectiveness of Halton Family Services programs and services against the strategic plan.
Board members currently attend 5 Board meetings per year that are held in the Oakville office as well as the Annual General Meeting which is held in different offsite locations each year.
This position is suitable for individuals who have strong ties to the Milton and Georgetown communities, who have a passion for community service and if possible have experience in non-profit agency accounting and finance.
|Board Meetings held in Oakville||Not Required|
|Data Entry||Burlington Reuse Environmental Group, Reuse Centre||To enter data of goods received. Plus other data entry.||3335 North Service Road||Not Required|
|Fundraising Committee Member||Oakville Literacy Council||Members of the OLC fundraising committee will meet on a monthly basis to participate in the following:
- Develop an ongoing strategic plan to raise funds for the Oakville Literacy Council
- Recruit members of the community to take part in OLC fundraising activities
- Search out new creative, fundraising strategies using web and print resources
- Implement fundraising initiatives and track success.
|Main office location is 1200 Speers Rd. Unit 37.||Not Required|