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|Position Title||Organization Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Volunteering Location||Police Check|
|Tutor||Adult Learning Centre, Literacy North Halton||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|
|Band Night Event Assistant||YMCA of Hamilton / Burlington / Brantford, Ron Edwards Family YMCA, The Underground, YMCA Youth Resource Drop-In Centre||For all our regular band nights and events
-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)
|Youth ; High School Students||Ron Edwards Family YMCA - Burlington||Not Required|
|Big Brother||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||Provide Little Brother with support, guidance and friendship, opportunities for improving social skills and self esteem, and offering low cost shared activities. Also opportunity for a couple to provide a Little Brother with same support.||Adults aged 18 and up||As convenient to volunteer and client||Required|
|Chair - Fund Development Committee||Community Youth in Action Network||General Duties:
•Organize and manage the Fund Development Committee, recruiting other community volunteers to join the committee, holding regular committee meetings, planning fund development activities and initiatives to meet CYAN’s fund raising goals, and reporting on progress to the Board of Directors
•Leverage fund raising knowledge and experience to guide the committee and CYAN in designing and developing fund raising initiatives that are professional, creative and appropriate for the organization
•Maintain knowledge on the organization, a personal commitment to its goals and objectives, and develop relationships within the organization and in the community
•With the assistance of the committee, design, develop and execute CYAN’s annual fundraising plan
•Make recommendations to the Board for the development and adoption of fund development goals, strategies, policies and practices
•Annually review the fund development practices and funding trends and make recommendations to strengthen fund development practices
•Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations
•Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors
•Identify and implement long term funding options
•Identify alternative funding methods
•Organize and implement new funding initiatives as approved by the Board of Directors
•Support, encourage and oversee all funding activities and promotions
•Ensure that all fund development activities maintain a positive image and that all funders are aware of the support and appreciation of CYAN
•Recruit and manage the Fund Development Committee (with volunteers from the community and from the Board of Directors) and maintain a membership of between 7 and 11
•Organize regular committee meetings (monthly, bimonthly or as appropriate) to coordinate planning and activities
|Adults aged 18 and up||Oakville||Required|
|Communication Faciliator||Halton Aphasia Centre||- Work with small groups of people with aphasia
- Help facilitate or create conditions for conversation and discussion to occur
- Encourage the exchange of ideas and opinions among aphasic and non-aphasic members
- Bring forth thoughts and new ideas to the group
- Setting-up materials prior to start of the group as well as assisting in minor clean-up following the session
|Adults aged 18 and up||2 locations, Tuesdays and/or Thursdays in Burlington and Wednesdays in Georgetown|
|Fun Fair Event Set Up and Take Down Volunteer||Milton Community Resource Centre||Suitable for students and adults wanting a one time only volunteer opportunity.
-Volunteers will be assisting with loading a truck with tables, chairs and event materials the day before the event
-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|
|Group Recreation Volunteer||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||Become a "Big Brother" or "Big Sister" for a day!
Enjoy sports, crafts & special outings. Recreation based program in which adult volunteers take children on our waiting list for a Big Brother or Big Sister to an organized activity once a month. One year commitment.
Some activities include: snow tubing, attending a play, beach party, playing hockey/soccer, laser tag, dodgeball day and many more!
|Adults aged 18 and up||Varies with the event location||Required|
|Homework Club Study Mentor or Supervisor||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||High school students or adult volunteers will mentor a child in a local elementary school, after school, on a one-to-one basis. Involves assisting a child in grade 3-8 with their homework, playing educational games, and developing organizational skills. Adult volunteers may become Homework Club Supervisors at the site, charged with supervising the group of 16 students and 16 mentors. Involves providing direction to the group and administrative duties to ensure smooth functioning of the Homework Club.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Selected Oakville, Milton, Acton and Georgetown Elementary schools||Required|
|Hub Summer Camp Volunteer||Our Kids Network, Acton Hub||Assisting the lead with supervision, mentoring and guidance for the children.||Youth ; High School Students||The Acton Community Hub, 69 Acton blvd., Acton ON (immediately beside McKenzie-Smith Bennett School)||Required|
|In - School Mentor||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||Each adult volunteer becomes a special friend to one child. Volunteer will spend one hour a week with a boy or girl at the child's school. The volunteer and child will spend time doing activities that are of interest to the child such as playing games, puzzles, crafts, reading, talking or sports. The match is based on fun. Volunteer may volunteer in a school close to their home or their work in the Halton Region.||Adults aged 18 and up||Elementary schools in Halton||Required|
|Technology Tutor||Elder Technology Assistance Group||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+)||171 Speers Road, Suite 20. Oakville||Not Required|
|Volunteer Tutor||Literacy Council of Burlington (The)||Tutoring adults with low level literacy skills, one-on-one, once or twice a week. Training provided.||People with a physical disability ; Seniors (55+)||At office||Required|
|Walk to Fight Arthritis - Day of Walk Volunteers||Arthritis Society (The), Burlington Hamilton & Niagara Region, Client Services, Burlington Office||Greeter, route marshals, set up, tear down, general volunteer, registration||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+)||Hendrie Park, Royal Botanical Gardens||Not Required|
|General Volunteer||Fareshare Food Bank||Volunteers 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|
|Bingo Assistant||Learning Disabilities Association of Halton||Support our charity Bingos held at the Bingo Connection, Burlington, Ontario.
As part of a team, monitor and sell Bingo tickets, collect cash and count money.
|Adults aged 18 and up||The Bingo Connection, 484 Plains Road East, Burlington, Ontario|
|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|
|Community Education Committee Volunteer||Learning Disabilities Association of Halton||Be part of a team to help set up and run various educational events for the agency.
Attend meetings, events as well as carry out activities.
|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|
|Food Bank Team Captain||Salvation Army, Khi, A Community Church of the Salvation Army, Milton, Family Services||Give 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|
|General Volunteers||Salvation Army, Khi, A Community Church of the Salvation Army, Milton, Family Services||General help with the food bank and social programs run by the Milton Salvation Army - Khi Community||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families||Not Required|
|Janitor & Light Maintenance||Salvation Army, Khi, A Community Church of the Salvation Army, Milton, Family Services||General 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|
|Office Volunteer||Arthritis Society (The), Burlington Hamilton & Niagara Region, Client Services, Burlington Office||Making reminder calls;
General office duties
|Youth ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||The Arthritis Society's Burlington office|
|Support Group Co-facilitator||Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, Burlington Brain Tumour Support Group||The Support Group Facilitator supports and directs the process of the support meetings. They may be required to help the group discuss an issue, solve interpersonal difficulties, provide assistance to group members looking for community resources, arrange guest speakers, develop weekly topics and ensure the meeting meets the member’s bill of rights. It is the role of the Facilitator to ensure that the needs of each person attending the group are met within the scope of the group’s mandate. The Facilitator regularly reports to the Support Services Specialist at Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada regarding any pertinent information relating to the group and group members.||West Plains United Church, Burlington, ON||Required|
|YMCA Healthy Kids Day Event Volunteer||YMCA of Oakville||• Assist with set up and tear down of equipment
• Assist instructors with games and activities
• Supervise activity areas
• Assist as a door greeter
• Assist with crowds and directing visitors to desired activities
• BBQ food prep
• BBQ ticket sales
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Peter Gilgan Family YMCA 410 Rebecca Street Oakville Ontario|
|Charity Golf Committee Members||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.
|People with a physical disability ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+)||Not Required|
|Community Garden Volunteer (Food in Halton)||Go Local Oakville||Work with other volunteers to prepare and maintain some community garden beds. Physical labour could include shoveling and distributing compost, soil and/or mulch; planting seeds; weeding; watering; harvesting the produce.||Anyone ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups||Around Halton||Not Required|
|Family/Peer Volunteers||Darling Home for Kids (The)||1) Family Volunteer
The Family Volunteer works alongside the professional care team and provides companionship to enhance the quality of life for the child during their stay at The Darling Home for Kids. The family volunteers are with the children at the bedside, during activities, within the Snoezelen area, enjoying arts and crafts, on outings within the community, and generally are there to support the child and family with whatever activities they are doing. Family volunteers must be at least 20 years of age.
2) Peer Volunteer
The Peer Volunteer supports the Family Volunteers and the professional care team. Peer Volunteers are between the ages of 14-19 years old. The peer volunteer will be a friend to the children by playing with the child, enjoying arts and crafts, playing video games, interacting with the child on a companion to companion basis.
|Youth ; High School Students||Milton||Required|
|Gardening Volunteer||Darling Home for Kids (The)||• Weeding the gardens
• Planting in the raised gardens
• Perform various light yard work duties
• Clearing the paths of debris
• Pruning existing plants
|People with a hearing impairment ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Families ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups||Milton, ON||Required|
|Technical Writer||Darling Home for Kids (The)||Update parent handbook, interview and write family stories, attend and do summary write up about events||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Halton Area|