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Administrative/ Reception VolunteerHeart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Halton Region Office• Provide a high quality customer and donor service experience through answering phones and walk-ins 
• Support programs and initiatives through data entry and financial tasks 
• General office duties
Adults aged 18 and up 4391 Harvester Road, Unit 7, Burlington, ON  
Board Member and TutorLiteracy North Halton, Adult Learning Centre Georgetown, Literacy and Basic Skills Usually a commitment of at least 3 hours per week for volunteer tutor. Daytime or evenings Monday to Thursdays. Training takes place twice per year. Please look on website www.lnhadultlearning.ca for more information.  
 
Application for board membership is accepted when the board needs new members. Please send email to request application. Members meet Tuesday evenings once a month, and are also required to participate in other activities in relation to fundraising and outreach. Candidates are interviewed for the position.
  North Halton area Not Required
Book Sale VolunteerOakville Literacy Council, Oakville Public Library - Woodside BranchWe have a variety of positions, such as set up, take down, transporting books, helping with public book donations at our venue, sorting books for 5 weeks, recycling, setting up for the sale, booksale shifts, and take-down assistance at the end of the sale.  
Box maintenance and removal during sorting process.  
Sorting books into categories, under the supervision of our Team Captains.  
We need a lot of able bodied volunteers who can lift boxes of books for set up and take down. 
Collecting cardboard Red Bell Pepper flats from grocery stores.  
Pick up at designated stores. 
 
 
 
 
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up QEPCCC on Bridge Road, Oakville Not Required
Canada Day Event VolunteerMilton. Community Services Department, Milton - 150 Mary StThere are several positions available for this event including: 
* Assisting with set up/tear down 
* Assisting with event operation 
* Waste Management  
* Kidz Zone activities 
*Join organizing committee 
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up Milton Fair Grounds Not Required
Fresh Food Box PackerHalton Fresh Food Box, Fresh Food Boxes   There are two main volunteer options: 
1. To assist packing and delivering Fresh Food Boxes to residents of Halton region. Weighing and packing of fruits and vegetables into plastic boxes on the first Tuesday in Milton, second Tuesday in Oakville, third Tuesday in Burlington and the fourth Tuesday in Georgetown of every month 
 
2. Assisting with foodbox deliveries throughout Halton Region. Approximately 10 am to 2 or 3 pm depending on the location. This position Involves loading, unloading and carrying of boxes which weigh up to 30 plus pounds.
  Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Georgetown Not Required
Fun Fair Event Set Up and Take Down VolunteerMilton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St SSuitable for students and adults wanting a one time only volunteer opportunity.  
-Volunteers will be assisting with the set up of the park event area, including some heavy lifting 
 
-Volunteers will be assisting with clean up of the park event area, including some heavy lifting following the special event
Anyone ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL 410 Bronte Street South Not Required
Peer VolunteerSupport & Housing - Halton, Milton, TEACH   Facilitate and function as a peer mentor 10-12 week programs on a weekly basis involving either Self Esteem, Anxiety or Concurrent Disorders (Evolution). The candidate will have lived experience of a mental health issue(s) and/or addictions.   Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills (Georgetown and Acton) Required
Reading Buddies visitorMilton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St SReading Buddies will visit MCRC's nursery school program to read to children for 20-30 minutes once per week (maximum) Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) MCRC's Early Learning Centre, 45 Bruce Street, Milton Required
Summer Camp VolunteerMilton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St S, Ontario Early Years Centre-assist with daily operation of day camp including maintaining a safe, clean, enjoyable space & supervise children in a positive manner & tidy play area Youth ; High School Students Milton Community Resource Centre, 410 Bronte St. South Milton, Ontario Required
Theatre Usher VolunteerHalton Hills. Recreation and Parks Department, Halton Hills - Civic Centre- assisting audience members to their seats 
- ensuring the safety of the audience members at events, under the supervision of the Theatre staff 
- checking tickets at ticketed events 
- providing information to patrons about events at the theatre 
- maintaining the basic tidiness of the theatre seating area and lobby 
- assisting with Coat Check when needed
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up Halton Hills Cultural Centre - John Elliott Theatre, 9 Church St in Downtown Georgetown Required
TutorLiteracy North Halton, Adult Learning Centre Georgetown, Literacy and Basic Skills Volunteer tutor meets with literacy student(s) once or twice a week for three hours for a minimum period of six months, prepares lessons and communicates with staff.  
Reading, writing, math and/or computers. 
Volunteer adult literacy recruitment is currently underway. Mandatory training workshop.
Adults aged 18 and up Georgetown, Acton and Milton Not Required
Volunteer Driver - Transportation ProgramJohn Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & AreaThe John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area is seeking volunteer drivers for the Transportation Program. 
 
The Transportation Program supports family members and loved ones of incarcerated individuals to visit Provincial and Federal correctional institutions. 
 
The Transportation Program allows for direct family contact which may not be possible for families based on their financial situation or lack of access to reliable and affordable transportation. 
 
Volunteer drivers are responsible to driving an eight person passenger van from the allocated pick up location in Hamilton to and from Provincial and Federal correctional institutions and back to the allocated drop off location in Hamilton. 
 
Volunteers must possess a valid Ontario driver’s license (class G), a clean driver’s abstract and be willing to obtain a criminal reference check. 
 
Volunteers must demonstrate an awareness of and respect for passenger confidentiality. 
 
Volunteers must agree to a minimum one year commitment.
  Hamilton to Kingston Required
Food Bank Team CaptainSalvation Army, Khi Community, Milton - Nipissing Rd, Family ServicesGive oversight and responsible for the: sorting of food; pre-bagging of groceries for clients; general warehouse duties as required; Adults aged 18 and up 100 Nipissing, Unit #3 Milton ON L9T 5B2 Not Required
Janitor & Light MaintenanceSalvation Army, Khi Community, Milton - Nipissing Rd, Family ServicesGeneral cleaning, sanitizing, dusting, cleaning of bathrooms, windows, floors, walls etc. as needed, repairing of minor problems, paint touch ups. Adults aged 18 and up 100 Nipissing Road, Unit #3 Milton ON L9T 5B2 Not Required
Student VolunteerS.E.N.A.C.A. Seniors Day Program Halton, Oakville - Bond StThere are many opportunities for students such as: 
1)help with computer work 
2)assist staff with one to one activities such as reading, talking, doing manicures, puzzles, crafts, cards 
3) assist staff with program activities such as carpet bowling, shuffle board, horseshoes, trivia 
4)assist by helping with the day to day organizational chores such as set up, clean up, laundry, tidying, crafts, bulletin boards  
5) help with special events such as Christmas party, garage sale, fundraising events.
Youth ; High School Students 53 Bond Street or Palermo United Church (Bronte Road and Dundas) Oakville, On Required
Board or Committee MemberOakville Literacy Council, Oakville Public Library - Woodside Branch1. 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 
 
- Board Members must participate on at least one committee 
- Committee members are expected to lead smaller groups with defined descriptions and goals 
- Serve as a spokesperson/ambassador for the organization, promoting community engagement and support of the organization 
     
Burly Calling Event AssistantYMCA of Hamilton / Burlington / Brantford, Burlington - 500 Drury Lane - Lower Level - Underground Youth Centre, Youth Resource Drop-In Centre-Assisting with set up for the event, including tables, chairs, lighting, sound system and curtains 
-Assisting with door ticket sales, concession sales, minor "security" (checking wristbands) 
-Tearing down and clean (reverse of set up duties including sweeping, mopping) 
- We start set up at 2:00 pm, and clean up could go as late as 1:00 AM
Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up Ron Edwards YMCA - 500 Drury Lane, Burlington  
Christmas Parade HelperBurlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Festivals & Events, Burlington - Burlington Parks and Recreation Events Office - Mailing Address, Burlington's Annual Christmas Parade- Assisting with set up/ tear down of parade 
- Helping with road closures 
- Walking the parade route 
- Assisting with float dismantle.
Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups Meet in the Burlington Mall parking lot, corner of Prospect Street & Guelph Line by the Pizza Pizza Not Required
Lowville Winter Games VolunteerBurlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Festivals & Events, Burlington - Lowville Park, Lowville Winter Games- Assisting with set up/ tear down of event 
- Running children’s activities and entertainment 
- Providing information to the public 
- Supervising your favourite winter sports
Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups Lowville Park, Guelph Line & Britannia Rd, Burlington  
New Year’s Day AssistantBurlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Burlington - Itabashi Way - Tansley Woods Community Centre, Recreation Facilities & Programs- Assisting with set up/ tear down of event 
- Running children’s activities and crafts 
- Selling merchandise 
- Providing information to the public
Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups 1996 Itabashi Way, Burlington  
New Year's Eve ChaperoneYMCA of Hamilton / Burlington / Brantford, Burlington - 500 Drury Lane - Lower Level - Underground Youth Centre, Youth Resource Drop-In Centre-Assisting in set up and chaperoning of event, helping out with supervision of areas, etc. 
-December 31st, 2014 - 7:00 will start set up - program goes to 1:00 AM
Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Community Groups Ron Edwards YMCA - 500 Drury Lane, Burlington  
Toy Depot ReceptionistSalvation Army, Oakville - Rebecca St, Community and Family ServicesGreet/ Welcome clients as they come to access our Toy Depot. Complete registration process by checking ID's and distributing grocery vouchers/ gift cards. We are willing to work with your schedule. You can volunteer as little/often as you would like! Anyone ; People with a physical disability ; People with a hearing impairment ; People with a visual impairment ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups 1225 Rebecca Street, Oakville Required
Toy Depot Supervisor/ DriverSalvation Army, Oakville - Rebecca St, Community and Family ServicesLead the set-up/ take down of our 2014 Toy Depot.  
Pick up donations of food/clothing as needed.  
Very flexible hours, we are willing to work with you and your schedule! 
Any time you can offer would be greatly appreciated!
Anyone 1225 Rebecca Street, Oakville  
Turkey Drive volunteerFood for Life Canada We are asking students, churches, individuals, and companies to participate as volunteers. We need your assistance in asking prospective shoppers to donate a turkey to Food for Life and help a hungry family this holiday season. 
 
Volunteering locations: 
Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore 201 Oak Park Blvd, Oakville (Trafalgar & Dundas) 
 
Fortinos (South Oakville Store) 173 Lakeshore Road W. Oakville  
 
Fortinos (New St Store) 5111 New St, Burlington  
 
Fortinos (Appleby Store) 2515 Appleby Line, Burlington (Appleby & Dundas) 
 
Fortinos (Upper Middle Store) 2025 Guelph Line, Burlington  
 
Fortinos (Plains Road Store) 1059 Plains Rd. E., Burlington 
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups Loblaws and Fortinos stores in Burlington and Oakville Not Required
Volunteer Adult Literacy TutorOakville Literacy Council, Oakville Public Library - Woodside BranchWe will train and certify you as a Laubach Basic Adult Literacy Tutor. After training, tutors are matched with a suitable adult student. You will receive an individual, goal-oriented learning plan specifically designed for your student. As consistency is key to student learning, we ask our tutors to make a one-year commitment. The minimum commitment required is two hours (one session) per week. Lessons take place in Oakville Public Library branches.   Main office location is 1274 Rebecca Street, Woodside Library, sessions are in library branches. Not Required
What's Your Type? Volunteer ABO TyperCanadian Blood Services, Burlington - Power Centre, Blood Donor Clinics  • Regularly review written volunteer duties and region specific procedures 
• Set up typing stations per Canadian Blood Services standards 
• Ensure identity of participant matches “What’s Your Type?” registration form information 
• Provide ongoing, meaningful conversation to put the participant at ease 
• Explain the procedure and method used to determine ABO grouping 
• Prepare blood grouping trays 
• Obtain capillary sample 
• Determine ABO blood group and Rh factor 
• Monitor the participant and advise supervisor of any participant adverse reactions 
• May be required to perform First Aid or CPR 
• Explain ABO system, Rh factor and the need for blood 
• Ensure proper disposal of bio-hazardous waste
Adults aged 18 and up Varies  
Administrative AssistantSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Burlington OfficeA volunteer administrative assistant is needed for 2 to 4 hours per week, to assist the Coordinator of Volunteers with program set up, volunteer records, monthly newsletters, calendars, social media, exhibit booths/displays, reports, etc.  
 
Lived mental health experience would be an asset.
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) Flexible, with some work from home Required
Board MemberSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Oakville OfficeThe Board of Directors for SHOP seeks interested community members to apply for current vacant Board positions. In particular, we require individuals with a background in Mental Health and Addictions Services, Legal Services, Housing/Property Development or Fundraising.  
 
Participation:  
You must be able to commit to attend the regularly scheduled board meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. Board meeting are approximately 2 hours in length and are scheduled each month with the exception of December, July and August. Additionally, Board committees meet quarterly and members are encouraged to participate on a committee that meets their interest and skill sets. There are also opportunities to participate in organizational events as your availability allows.  
 
What you need to do:  
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further, please forward your CV and cover letter to info@summit-housing.ca
     
Board MemberSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Acton OfficeThe Board of Directors for SHOP seeks interested community members to apply for current vacant Board positions. In particular, we require individuals with a background in Mental Health and Addictions Services, Legal Services, Housing/Property Development or Fundraising.  
 
Participation:  
You must be able to commit to attend the regularly scheduled board meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. Board meeting are approximately 2 hours in length and are scheduled each month with the exception of December, July and August. Additionally, Board committees meet quarterly and members are encouraged to participate on a committee that meets their interest and skill sets. There are also opportunities to participate in organizational events as your availability allows.  
 
What you need to do:  
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further, please forward your CV and cover letter to info@summit-housing.ca
     
Board MemberSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Milton OfficeThe Board of Directors for SHOP seeks interested community members to apply for current vacant Board positions. In particular, we require individuals with a background in Mental Health and Addictions Services, Legal Services, Housing/Property Development or Fundraising.  
 
Participation:  
You must be able to commit to attend the regularly scheduled board meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. Board meeting are approximately 2 hours in length and are scheduled each month with the exception of December, July and August. Additionally, Board committees meet quarterly and members are encouraged to participate on a committee that meets their interest and skill sets. There are also opportunities to participate in organizational events as your availability allows.  
 
What you need to do:  
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further, please forward your CV and cover letter to info@summit-housing.ca
     
Board MemberSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Burlington OfficeThe Board of Directors for SHOP seeks interested community members to apply for current vacant Board positions. In particular, we require individuals with a background in Mental Health and Addictions Services, Legal Services, Housing/Property Development or Fundraising.  
 
Participation:  
You must be able to commit to attend the regularly scheduled board meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. Board meeting are approximately 2 hours in length and are scheduled each month with the exception of December, July and August. Additionally, Board committees meet quarterly and members are encouraged to participate on a committee that meets their interest and skill sets. There are also opportunities to participate in organizational events as your availability allows.  
 
What you need to do:  
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further, please forward your CV and cover letter to info@summit-housing.ca
     
Christmas Tree Lot CoordinatorBig Brothers Big Sisters of Hamilton and Burlington, Burlington Office - Rotary Youth CentreVolunteers will help Ikea customers select their Christmas tree and sell tree bags to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters. 
Children/youth under the age of 16 must be paired with at least one adult. 
Volunteers will be outdoors for the duration of their shift and will be on their feet.  
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups Ikea Burlington, 1065 Plains Road East Not Required
Infant Food Bank Host and OrganizerMilton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St SWhat better to celebrate a birthday/anniversary/event than helping those in need. 
If you are organizing or hosting personal or organizational events consider adding the Infant Food Bank as part of your plans. Simply ask your guests/participants to bring in a donation for the Infant Food Bank – diapers, formula, cereal or jars of baby food.  
MCRC will provide posters and information about the Infant Food Bank and, if you like, a container for your guests to fill. You can drop your collected donations off to 410 Bronte Street South, Milton or we can arrange to pick them up.
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups At your personal or organizational event Not Required
Burlington Santa Clause ParadeCanadian Blood Services, Burlington - Power Centre, Blood Donor ClinicsWalk in the Burlington Santa Clause parade, hand out treats and raise awareness about blood donation. 
Please ensure you dress appropriately for the weather and have comfortable shoes! Volunteers will be accompanied by staff and individuals from partner organizations. Our theme will be ‘wrap it up red’.
Anyone Burlington, parade starts behind Burlington Mall  
Christmas Kettle Campaign VolunteerSalvation Army, Burlington - Mainway, Community and Family ServicesSpread Christmas cheer standing at a kettle and greeting the community while collecting donations. Anyone ; People with a physical disability ; People with a hearing impairment ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families 16 different locations across Burlington  
Fundraising VolunteerLiteracy Council of Burlington, Upper Canada PlaceFundraising support - establish databases, mail merge, computer work Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) At office, Suite 21 - 460 Brant Street, Burlington Required
Greeter VolunteerMilton Downtown Business Improvement Area, Mailing AddressGreet guests and direct them to various activities during Downtown for the Holidays in Downtown Milton. Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups Downtown Milton (in front of Knox Church)  
Holiday Food BankLearning Disabilities Association of Halton   -Families (parents with children) to go door to door to solicit donations of food items for local Holiday Food Banks  
-Delivery of those donations to our resource centre so that we can deliver on behalf of our chapter and volunteers  
-Distribute in exchange for the donation one of our organization brochures with thanks 
 
As an organization we have no direct chapter needs at this time for Holiday volunteers so we would like to give back to our existing community by helping to fight hunger as we know many of our families require access to the food bank from time to time. 
 
Statistically many adults with learning disabilities have lower academic standards of achievement leading to higher rates of unemployment, lower income levels, less access to quality food and subsequently more health problems including mental health issues. Many of these adults may require access to the local food banks to help support them in time of need.  
Youth ; High School Students ; Families Preferably families living and located in each one of the Halton communities Not Required
Walk Committee MemberMultiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Halton Regional Chapter, Multiple Sclerosis Support and Advocacy  • Attend monthly committee planning meetings  
• Support Staff and Volunteer Leads in the strategic planning and executing of the Mandarin MS Walk 
• Support fellow committee members with their position specific duties 
• Participate and assist with recruitment, promotion and recognition activities for Walkers/participants 
• Assist with soliciting local sponsors  
• Volunteer at local Mandarin MS Walk during set-up, event execution and/or tear-down 
• Assist with appreciation activities post event for participants and volunteers 
Adults aged 18 and up Milton, Oakville or Burlington Not Required
Adopt a Clinic and Save LivesCanadian Blood Services, Burlington - Power Centre, Blood Donor ClinicsHelp maintain the blood supply over the holidays. The need for blood is constant and we welcome donors to help patients in need.  
 
This is a group blood donation opportunity. If you can support a holiday clinic, please call Kristen McEachern and book your appointment.
Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups 1250 Brant Street, Burlington, Ontario Not Required
Gift Shop DirectorHalton Healthcare Services, Georgetown - Georgetown HospitalManage the operation of the hospital Gift Shop and Coffee Kiosk including buying, merchandising and leadership of volunteers.   Georgetown Hospital  
Hospital Volunteer - AdultHalton Healthcare Services, Georgetown - Georgetown HospitalHospital volunteers assist in the emergency department, diagnostic imaging, chronic care, medical surgical wards, gift shop and coffee kiosk, information desk and fundraising functions depending upon availability and openings. Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)   Not Required
Hospital Volunteer - AdultsHalton Healthcare Services, Milton - Milton District HospitalPositions 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
Technology TutorElder Technology Assistance Group, Mailing Address This is an interesting and rewarding volunteer position.  
- Helping clients learn basic computer skills such as: email, Google search, Facebook and MS-Word.  
- Suggest things that clients could or should learn.  
- Assist seniors to acquire, develop and broaden computer and related technology skills.  
- Volunteers need to be reliable and dependable with a pleasant helpful attitude.  
- Volunteers must be able to help one-on-one or be able to manage three or four clients learning needs at the same time. 
- Volunteers must have strong technical knowledge of how to use modern technologies such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets 
Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) Oakville or Burlington Not Required
Xmas Tree Lighting AssistantKerr Village Business Improvement AreaAssisting with stage set up for Christmas Tree Lighting Youth ; High School Students ; Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up 351 Kerr Street corner of Kerr and Washington, Oakville  
Administrative AssistantIndependent Living Halton, Deborah's Home and Attendant OutreachAttend monthly Board of Directors meetings and keep minutes. Type minutes for review by Executive Director. 
Assist with typing updates and revisions to Terms of Reference and Policies of the organization.
Adults aged 18 and up Milton, Ontario  
Board DirectorIndependent Living Halton, Deborah's Home and Attendant OutreachRegularly attend and participate in board monthly meetings. Read, review materials that involve the corporation, especially board minutes, reports, and any literature that involves the corporation. Exercise a fiduciary responsibility for the assets, finances and investments of the corporation and exercise due diligence, care and caution as if handling one’s own personal finances.   Milton, Ontario Required
Board MemberFamily Place (The), Milton - Bishop Reding High School, Licensed Child Care Centre We are seeking community members with one or more of the following qualities: Proven entrepreneurship, legal experience and training, previous Not For Profit board experience, knowledge of governance, and strategic vision  
Each Board Member commits to a two year term, during which they are to attend all Board meetings, vote on issues, sit on committees and form the governance direction of the organization.
Adults aged 18 and up Meetings alternate between our two sites in Milton and Oakville Not Required
Breakfast at the Bistro VolunteerBurlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Burlington - 2285 New St - Burlington Seniors' Centre, Seniors' Recreation Facilities & ProgramsHelping with our Breakfast at the Bistro Program including: help setting tables arranging food on platters and tables (no cooking or food preparation). Assisting team with cleanup. Youth ; High School Students ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups Burlington Seniors' Centre, 2285 New Street Not Required
General VolunteerOakville Fareshare Food BankVolunteers will help to fill bags from the food bank shelves (like a grocery shopper) or help to fill small containers from larger bags of items such as sugar and flour. Work is not usually strenuous or high pressure. Suitable for students who can help with continuity. Anyone ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families 1240 Speers Road, Unit 6, Oakville  
Group FacilitatorHalton Multicultural Council, Community Connections Youth Program  Facilitate program for youth during the lunch hours at local high schools. Post-secondary Students ; Adults aged 18 and up Various high schools in Halton Region Required
Tutor with Newcomer Youth (Burlington)Halton Multicultural Council, Community Connections Youth ProgramAssist Newcomer Youth with their Homework once a week. High School Students ; Post-secondary Students Burlington Alton Village Library (Thursday 4-6pm) Required
Tutor with Newcomer Youth (Oakville)Halton Multicultural Council, Community Connections Youth ProgramAssist Newcomer Youth with their Homework once a week. High School Students ; Post-secondary Students Oakville White Oaks Library Branch (Monday 5-7pm) Required