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|Position Title||Organization / Program Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Volunteering Location||Police Check|
|Antique Appraiser||Joseph Brant Hospital, Auxiliary||Visit locations where you will appraise antiques being donated to JBH Auxiliary for two antique auctions per year||Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Locations local to the Burlington area mostly, travel to the donators homes||Required|
|Book Sale Volunteer||Oakville Literacy Council||We have a variety of positions, such as sorting, collecting boxes, breaking down boxes each night, setting up for the sale, sale shifts, and take-down assistance at the end of the sale.
Collecting boxes: medium size from Starbucks, bankers boxes with tops, flats from Food Basics.
Box maintenance and removal during sorting process.
Sorters starting April, May and June 2013. We need helpers to set up the sale and helpers during the sale, and at the end of the sale. People to pick up books.
|Youth ; High School Students||QEPCCC on Bridge Road, Oakville|
|Christmas Kettle Volunteer||Salvation Army, Oakville Community and Family Services||Spread Christmas cheer - In various locations around town, volunteers are required to help raise funds by standing with a donation kettle/station and accepting donations from the public.||People with a hearing impairment ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups||Various locations around Oakville||Not Required|
|Committee Member (Recycling Revisited)||Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton||- To join Recycling Revisited planning committee
- To continue our search for people who were active in recycling through CCPC's program, or were part of the organization, in order to be able to invite them to a reunion or other event in the future
- Friendly telephone and personal manner, to connect (on behalf of Recycling Revisited) with individuals who might have been participants in CCPC.
- Strong interest in the environment, community history and citizen action, who is able to engage in an informal group structure. We want to increase our numbers and diversity. We are specifically looking for students/young people for summer event activity &/or other activities of youth interest.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Burlington|
|Environmental Researcher (Recycling Revisited)||Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton||(1) To do information research in the area of recycling history in Ontario and Canada, This could involve searching electronically or in publications and clipping files, making phone calls &/or sending emails under direction from the Volunteer Coordinator.
(2) If there is more than one Volunteer, it will be important for the volunteers to share information, contacts and search strategies.
(3) All historical information gathered must be recorded and backed up in systematic, easily accessed ways that agreed to by the Volunteer Coordinator.
Category of duties:
(1) Library Searcher for clippings and written records;
(2) Literature Searcher in relevant journals and publications including government documents;
(3) Interviewer to gather verbal and personal testimony from representatives of environmental and governmental organizations and individual activists/participants in environmental citizen action.
It is possible that volunteers might combine activities within all three categories, or might focus on just one of the three categories.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Volunteer's home &/or libraries|
|Grant Writer||Musikay||Writing grant applications for a not-for-profit professional music ensemble.||From your own home||Not 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 clients 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
Administrative Support - Clerical, Information and Resource Centre, data entry, photocopying, reception, mailings, etc.
Fundraising - assisting with the profile raising and fundraising endeavours at EOK events and third party events.
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|
|Special Event Support||Burlington Museums, Ireland House at Oakridge Farm||Assist with set up and take down of event and with any of the following activities: staffing activity and refreshment tables; take admissions/ticket sales; children's games and activities; front reception desk and gift shop sales; providing tours in the museum; parking.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Ireland House, and/or Joseph Brant Museum||Required|
|Hospital Volunteer - Adults||Halton Healthcare Services, Milton District Hospital||Positions include assisting with meal trays or friendly visiting on the patient units, various clinics, information desk or gift shop.||Adults aged 18 and up||Derry Road and Bronte Street||Not Required|
|Charity Golf Committee Members||Darling Home for Kids||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.
|People with a physical disability ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+)||Not Required|
|Events/ Fundraising Committee Member||Danielle's Place, Eating Disorder Support and Resource Centre||Duties include: attending fundraising meetings, helping to plan, organize and execute fundraising events, educating the public about eating disorders and role of Danielle's Place in community, raising profile of agency to increase fundraising. May include letter writing.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Danielle's Place in Burlington||Required|
|BINGO Ambassador||Halton Healthcare Services, Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, Volunteer Services||Assist staff and volunteers run bi-weekly bingo sessions at the Mayfair Bingo Hall, 483 Speers Road, Oakville.||Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Mayfair Bingo Hall, 483 Speers Road, Oakville|
|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|
|Victim Assistance Volunteer||Ontario. Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Ontario Provincial Police, Burlington Highway Safety Division Detachment||Provide practical assistance as needed. Identify longer-term needs by responding to victim's concerns. Supply the victim with appropriate options and referrals to services in the community. Volunteers are on call to the Burlington OPP 24 hours a day. Volunteers are specially trained to provide short term emotional and practical support to victims of tragic circumstances, fatalities, serious personal injury, crime and road trauma.||As required in Halton region (i.e Burlington, Hamilton, Oakville).||Required|