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This is a fun night in downtown Burlington on Saturday, June 2, 2018
- Help direct traffic
- Assist with registration of riders
- Advise riders when it is safe to cross
- Keep the participants' morale up
- Cheer on the riders
- Help raise awareness regarding mental health
- Other duties required
• As needed
• Beverage Serving (alcoholic) (SmartServe required)
• Beverage Ticket Selling (SmartServe required)
• Bussing food tables
• General Help
• Set-up (prior to the event) or Breakdown (day after the event)
taking down tents
taking down signs
picking up luminaries
taking down start/finish tower and banner
picking up garbage
Walk Marshals (10 AM): stand along the walk route, guide & cheer walkers - 1.5 hours - 16 volunteers needed
Water Station (9 AM - 2 PM): help guests fill water bottles - 2 hour shifts - 6 volunteers needed
Cotton Candy/Popcorn (9 AM - 2 PM): help making and serving - 2 hour shifts - 12 volunteers needed
Carnival (9 AM - 2 PM): monitor inflatables and midway - 1 hour shifts - 35 volunteers needed
Garbage/Recycling (11 AM - 1 PM): empty garbage & recycling bins, replace bags - 2 hour shift - 3 volunteers needed
Clean-Up (2 PM): take down, carry and stack tables and chairs, remove table cloths, banners, 1 hour – 15 volunteers needed
Suitable for families to volunteer together. Because we want to serve the community, this requires many volunteers in the community to make this happen. We would love to have you help out! If you are able to, please confirm the way that you would like to be involved:
- Bag Distribution
We need people to distribute food collection bags (leave one bag per household in the mailbox or on the doorstep) between May 30 - June 8
- Sorting Food
Teams will meet at either 10am or 12pm on Saturday, June 9 to help sort the food that is collected. (Please specify a time in your response)
- Collecting Food
Teams will go to a designated map area(s) of Oakville and collect food donations at 9am on Saturday, June 9.
Each team will need a Driver that will drive their own vehicle in the designated map area(s) on Saturday, June 9 so that food donations can be loaded and transported back to the food bank
Actual locations and dates will be confirmed in the middle of June. It would be best to choose your location and be flexible with the day of the week you can volunteer.
- Assist with set-up and clean-up of event.
- Assist in delivering specific activities.
- Assist with post-event reporting.
CAUGHT BEING ACTIVE campaign:
- Visit local parks, trails, open spaces as assigned, preferably on a bicycle.
- “Catch” individuals/families being active; reward with promotional swag.
- Have a photo release signed and take a photograph
Based on your background, expertise & special interest, you could help with various organizational initiatives such as marketing, communication, social media, event management & coordination, youth & community engagement, fundraising, donations, program support, administrative support, coaching, recreation, program activities, teaching assistance, education support, general assistance, transportation, food prep, kitchen work, meal preparation, usher, server, games, sports etc.
- Help develop, plan & organize special events and support our organizational fundraising activities.
- Work with other team members to identify, solicit & connect with potential donors, prospects and sponsors.
- Assist create communications, mailing lists, promotional and marketing materials.
- Support other initiatives like annual gala, anniversary celebrations, event programming, volunteer & alumni relations, PR and special campaigns, as needed and assigned.
- Manage highly sensitive financial and other personal information with confidentiality.
- Willingness and ability to travel and meet deadlines is required.
Prior relevant experience in a similar role especially working with non-profit organizations/charities/charitable foundations/schools is preferred but not necessary. Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and computer proficiency. Demonstrated organizational skills, attention to detail and sense of urgency. Superb in negotiation and relationship cultivation. Creative-thinker, self-starter with ability to work independently and within a team.
• People able to water, weed and harvest
• Fundraisers and a treasurer
• Communications volunteer to be a liaison with the local paper
4-6pm assist staff in after-school programming
7-8:30pm assist staff in childminding during Calling all Parents programming
• Building Workshop(s) – Assisting participants with building kits, cleaning and organizing supplies
• Arts and Crafts Workshop – Assisting participants with organizing supplies, cleaning tables and using their creativity to compose pieces of art
• Green Team – Assist with waste sorting, creating an eco-friendly environment and helping to move towards zero waste
• Activity Support – Assist activity providers with set up, activity support, and providing child friendly recreation activities for all ages
• Town of Oakville Ambassadors (Greeters) – Welcome participants at the front gate and at stations at various points in the park to distribute programs and direct pedestrian traffic
The running group will be targeted to our youth in care between the ages of 12-18.
The youth will learn to run 5kms and complete a 5km run
The group will also have an educational component with weekly presentations on key health issues.
Each youth will be set up with a mentor to run alongside.
• Provide courteous and responsive service to prospective donors
• Provide information about Canadian Blood Services programs and initiatives
• Assist with management of participant records and event documentation
• Deliver professional presentations on behalf of Canadian Blood Services about programs (including stem cell registry, as appropriate), the importance of blood donation and the need to recruit new blood donors for Canada’s blood system
• Complete all required forms on time and bring forward requests for additional information and post-presentation feedback to Volunteer Resources
• Ensure the merchandise is presented in a tidy, clean and organized manner to encourage sales
• Responsible to know what merchandise is currently on the shelves
• Be able to respond to customer inquiries regarding merchandise when needed
• Assist with loading and unloading donated merchandise from/to customers’ vehicles
• Actively approach customers to help them find items they are looking for
• Be courteous, respectful and professional to both the customer and your fellow volunteers
• Train and provide support to all new volunteers as required
• Ensure work area is clean, tidy and safe at all times
• Assist in providing information on Habitat for Humanity and making referrals when appropriate
• Other duties as required.
Provide customer service
Help with general housekeeping tasks
Assist with pick ups
Repair damaged items and assembles products to sell in the ReStore
Provide office assistance, helping with activities and programs, telephone, friendly visiting, reading, library, computer, friendly escort to appointments, refreshment server, etc. Assignments will be based on volunteer skills and interests and department need.
- Help with interactive stations, kids programs and crafts
- Lead tours
- Assist with theme specific activities
- Take pictures for the Willow Park records and online postings
Events may include a drum circle, crafts for families, scavenger hunts, weather-related activities. Volunteers are encouraged to present ideas for crafts or other programs that can be done outdoors. Volunteers needed in the planning stages and to help on the day of the event. Yearly events are: Maple Syrup Day, Earth Day, Wildlife Day, Nature in the fall with Pumpkins, Birds of Hungry Hollow.
Kids Nature Mornings in July and August Wild Canada Summer of discovery consists of themed discovery of local animals and plants. Activities may include nature walks and park exploration, handicrafts, caring for nature - stewardship, games.
Summer camp days in July and August give volunteers the opportunity to learn about local ecology and nature interpretation, engage children in outdoor nature exploration and nature crafts.
- Encourage guests and participants to bring a donation for the Infant Food Bank - diapers, formula, cereal and/or jars and pouches of baby food
-Volunteers work with the Infant Food Bank Facilitator to provide a plan for their event which includes methods of gathering donations, outline of product or fundraising goal and identification of event timeline.
- MCRC will provide posters and information about the Infant Food Bank and, if you like, an Infant Food Bank container for your guests to fill
Note: You can drop off your collected donations to MCRC at 410 Bronte Street South, Milton or we can arrange to pick them up.
Students: earn up to 4 hours of volunteer time for organizing and hosting your own Infant Food Bank event
• Learn how and help measure and ID trees
• Maintain vital trails system for the park
• Identify and remove invasive plants
Those who step forward to help with gardening learn about water efficiency, and what plants are habitat or food for which wildlife and important insect species. And very importantly, what plants are invaders that overrun our local natural spaces if not kept in check through removal and replacement plantings. Of course the learning occurs while engaged in hands-on projects that may include getting your hands dirty, while digging, planting, weeding, watering. Then, take a walk in the park and watch your work “grow! The Park is a great place to meet others while enjoying the outdoors!