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Si vous souhaitez faire du bénévolat liés spécifiquement à la COVID-19, veuillez rechercher sous Type de bénévolat préféré pour les occasions pour COVID-19 Virtuel, COVID-19 avec un niveau de contact minime et COVID-19 avec un niveau de contact élevé.

Trouver une bonne cause et allez-y! Que ce soit votre premier temps au bénévolat ou si vous êtes un vétéran chevronné, nous avons ce qu'il vous. Quel type d' organisme sans but lucratif que vous voulez faire du bénévolat pour? Quel genre de bénévolat voulez-vous faire? Qui voulez-vous aider? Vous pouvez rechercher ci-dessous pour ces et d'autres préférences. Si vous n'êtes pas sûr exactement ce que vous cherchez, commencez une grande recherche, puis le réduire.

Les possibilités de bénévolat

Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Are you a cycling enthusiast? A person with an intellectual disability is looking for company to go on long rides or short rides with on their e-bikes. If this sounds interesting to you, please contact Alex to set up an interview or to get more information! This is a once a week or once every other week type of commitment.
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Looking for someone to hike or kayak with this summer? Look no further, we have two men with intellectual disabilities (one is in Orleans and one in the west end) who are looking for the same thing! Get to know someone new while doing something you both enjoy! Get in touch for more details!
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Dr.
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Looking for someone to hike or kayak with this summer? Look no further, we have two men with intellectual disabilities (one is east end and one in the west) who are looking for the same thing! Are you in either ends of the city and want to give back and volunteer? Get to know someone new while doing something you both enjoy! Get in touch for more details!
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Dr.
Date limite pour postuler: 30 juil 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Do you enjoy going for walks? Are you interested in meeting and getting to know a person with an intellectual disability? There are people in a variety of neighbourhoods who would love to meet someone to walk and chat with about once per week. Walk with a companion! Why not!? There are even people interested in Nordic walking! If this sounds interesting to you, contact Alex to get more information or to set up an interview!
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Like to be spontaneous and hang out with others? If so there are many people with intellectual disabilities who are looking for someone to hang out with to do various things. Some would like to grab a drink and chat, others would like to check out museums and other cool events around Ottawa, some like to shop. Basically, this opportunity is about companionship. Please contact Alex if you have questions or are interested.

Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
As a natural supports provider, your role will be to develop a supportive relationship with a person who has an intellectual disability while doing an activity you both enjoy. We are looking for someone who: is friendly and personable; is mature and responsible; respects commitments; is open and willing to learn about intellectual disabilities. Contact Alex to set up an interview today!
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Do you like playing video games? A person with an intellectual disability is seeking someone to get together with to game. If you're interested in meeting someone new, this is the opportunity for you! Please contact Alex for more information or to set up an interview!

You need to be 18+ to apply.
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Be a part of the LiveWorkPlay Employment Task Force!

Do you remember how good it felt to get your first job? Your first pay cheque? Are you curious about other people? Do you enjoy networking and or connecting with your personal and or professional networks to make our community a better place for everyone?
If you answered yes, we need your help and we want to meet you!

LiveWorkPlay is looking for volunteers to join our Employment Task Force - a group of community champions working together to identify and connect LiveWorkPlay to local businesses and employers with the goal of developing job opportunities for people living with intellectual disabilities, dual diagnosis, and/or autism.

What we need from you:
- Join us for bi- monthly task force meetings, usually in the early evening,1.5 -2 hours, hosted at 2197 Riverside Drive
- Share ideas and personal and professional contacts that may be interested in learning more about the benefits of including employees with disabilities in the workplace
- Help us expand our contacts by participating in community networking events
- Share your time with us by approaching potential employers and spreading the word about the benefits of including employees with disabilities in the workplace

What you can expect from us:
-Opportunities to meet other like-minded people and increase your own personal network
- Opportunities to learn about the benefits to employers when they include employees with disabilities in the workplace
-Opportunities to hear about and contribute to the success stories of employers hiring employees with disabilities
- An opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities and employers, help LiveWorkPlay build our organizational capacity, and contribute to make Ottawa a better community for all!

For more information about LiveWorkPlay please visit
http://liveworkplay.ca/


**Please note that because of Covid-19 this is a virtual opportunity, you can reach out to Josh to talk more, discuss LiveWorkPlay's screening process and learn more about steps to be taken at a later date.
Endroit : Riverside Dr.
Date limite pour postuler: 26 oct 2021
Organisme : Centre 507
Location and time commitment:
Centre 507, dropin (2nd level of Centretown Untied Church).
Thursdays 9:00am – 11:00am.

Volunteer candidates should be 19+ years of age.

Do you like to cook? If so then we have a Volunteer opportunity for you!
The Volunteer, prepares vegetables and cooks one nutritious meal to support our daily snack and soup program. The volunteer will be part of a lively staff and volunteer team. The volunteer reports to the Volunteer coordinator. Standing, some lifting/twisting and washing of dishes required.

Centre 507 is an adult drop-in centre and support service, open to all who seek a safe and friendly environment. Serving Ottawa since 1983, the centre is at 507 Bank Street near the corner of Argyle.
Endroit : 507 Bank St. Ottawa ON K2P 1Z5
Date limite pour postuler: 9 août 2021
Board Recruitment

Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre is recruiting new Board members. Amethyst offers alternative addiction services to women and is committed to working with diverse and marginalized groups of women. Our aim is to support women, individually and together, to take control of factors affecting their health and well-being.

The successful candidate must be a woman who:

• has demonstrated in her paid or volunteer work, or studies, a feminist commitment to bettering women’s lives
• is able to make a contribution to the work of Amethyst through any of several means, including her expertise, life experience and support
• is genuinely interested in working with Board Members of different backgrounds and interests
• is willing to work by consensus with other Board Members by using its feminist model of decision-making
• has sufficient time to attend Board and committee meetings, read the required reports and other material, and is willing to chair a committee of the Board – please note that Amethyst has a working Board and members are expected to take part in committee work
• Preferably has some experience in strategic planning
• is open and able to adapt to alternative ways of making decisions
• is 18 years of age or older

Is this you?

We encourage nominations of women from diverse communities, bilingualism (English and French) is an asset.

For more information please email Sarah Mitchell at sarahm@amethyst-ottawa.org.


Le Centre pour femmes toxicomanes Amethyst recrute actuellement de nouveaux membres du Conseil. Le Centre Amethyst offre aux femmes des services de remplacement en matière de toxicomanie et s’engage à collaborer avec divers groupes de femmes. Notre but est de soutenir les femmes, à titre individuel ou en tant que groupe, en vue de prendre le contrôle des facteurs qui nuisent à leur santé et à leur mieux-être.


La candidate retenue devra satisfaire aux critères suivants :

• Avoir démontré dans le cadre d’un travail rémunéré ou bénévole ou dans le cadre d’études, un engagement en faveur des femmes ou de l’amélioration de leur vie
• Être capable de contribuer au travail d’Amethyst d’une manière quelconque parmi celles qui existent, y compris par son expertise, son expérience de vie et son soutien
• S’intéresser réellement au travail avec les membres du Conseil, qui ont divers contextes et intérêts
• Consentir à travailler par consensus avec les autres membres du Conseil en se servant du modèle de processus décisionnel féministe du Conseil
• Disposer de suffisamment de temps pour participer aux réunions du Conseil et des comités, pour lire les rapports nécessaires et d’autres documents et accepter de présider un comité du Conseil
• Être âgé de 18 ans ou plus

Répondez-vous à ces critères?
Nous encourageons des nominations parmi les femmes

Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez envoyer un courriel à Sarah Mitchell à l’adresse suivante : sarahm@amethyst-ottawa.org.



Endroit : 488 Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, ON, K1N 6M8
Date limite pour postuler: 21 oct 2021
Board Recruitment

Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre is recruiting new Board members. Amethyst offers alternative addiction services to women and is committed to working with diverse and marginalized groups of women. Our aim is to support women, individually and together, to take control of factors affecting their health and well-being.

The successful candidate must be a woman who:

• has demonstrated in her paid or volunteer work, or studies, a feminist commitment to bettering women’s lives
• is able to make a contribution to the work of Amethyst through any of several means, including her expertise, life experience and support
• is genuinely interested in working with Board Members of different backgrounds and interests
• is willing to work by consensus with other Board Members by using its feminist model of decision-making
• has sufficient time to attend Board and committee meetings, read the required reports and other material, and is willing to chair a committee of the Board – please note that Amethyst has a working Board and members are expected to take part in committee work
• Preferably has some experience in strategic planning
• is open and able to adapt to alternative ways of making decisions
• is 18 years of age or older

Is this you?

We encourage nominations of women from diverse communities, bilingualism (English and French) is an asset.

For more information please email Sarah Mitchell at sarahm@amethyst-ottawa.org.


Le Centre pour femmes toxicomanes Amethyst recrute actuellement de nouveaux membres du Conseil. Le Centre Amethyst offre aux femmes des services de remplacement en matière de toxicomanie et s’engage à collaborer avec divers groupes de femmes. Notre but est de soutenir les femmes, à titre individuel ou en tant que groupe, en vue de prendre le contrôle des facteurs qui nuisent à leur santé et à leur mieux-être.


La candidate retenue devra satisfaire aux critères suivants :

• Avoir démontré dans le cadre d’un travail rémunéré ou bénévole ou dans le cadre d’études, un engagement en faveur des femmes ou de l’amélioration de leur vie
• Être capable de contribuer au travail d’Amethyst d’une manière quelconque parmi celles qui existent, y compris par son expertise, son expérience de vie et son soutien
• S’intéresser réellement au travail avec les membres du Conseil, qui ont divers contextes et intérêts
• Consentir à travailler par consensus avec les autres membres du Conseil en se servant du modèle de processus décisionnel féministe du Conseil
• Disposer de suffisamment de temps pour participer aux réunions du Conseil et des comités, pour lire les rapports nécessaires et d’autres documents et accepter de présider un comité du Conseil
• Être âgé de 18 ans ou plus

Répondez-vous à ces critères?
Nous encourageons des nominations parmi les femmes

Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez envoyer un courriel à Sarah Mitchell à l’adresse suivante : sarahm@amethyst-ottawa.org.



Endroit : 488 Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, ON, K1N 6M8
Date limite pour postuler: 21 oct 2021
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to be a part of an amazing team and gain valuable experience working with children of all abilities on a weekly basis.

Our coaching team will help guide you through your training and we offer unlimited support to ensure you get the most out of running your sessions.

All coaches must be available to coach Saturday and/or Sunday mornings and be passionate about working with children.

We expect ALL coaches to be 100% reliable and have high levels of energy/enthusiasm!

Work Experience

• Soccer playing/coaching experience.

• Experience of communicating with members of the general public and young children.

• Physical fitness and stamina.

• A personal commitment to sustaining professional working practices in the workplace at all times including excellent timekeeping and punctuality skills (Essential).

• The right aptitude for coaching young children and preschoolers.

• Ability to work as part of a team.
Endroit : 37 Oriska Way,
Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2021
• Plant, care, and harvest crops
• Package and label product
• Manage pest control and vermicomposting system
• Sterilize equipment, clean work area, and maintain the space in good repair
• Data management
• Community Garden care

• Research areas of opportunity for growth in the market
• Assist with marketing campaigns and identifying audience segments
Endroit : 815 St. Laurent Blvd.
Date limite pour postuler: 6 août 2021
• Develop partnerships with potential retailers and customers in the community
• Provide excellent customer service
• Maintain accurate documentation of sales activities and finances
• Research areas of opportunity for growth in the market
• Assist with marketing campaigns and identifying audience segments
Endroit : 815 St. Laurent Blvd.
Date limite pour postuler: 6 août 2021
The Marketing & Social Media Volunteer will be required to develop a strategic communication plan for Social Harvest.

The communication strategy is to:
Complete the marketing plan for Social Harvest including SWOT and PESTEL analysis
Develop a communication strategy that includes media outreach and social media content
Develop metrics strategy to ensure marketing impact analysis
Identify specific products and activities that will reach the intended audiences with memorable and timely messages that foster awareness, understanding and engagement
Involve audience segmentation and alignment of key messages to these segments on a local basis
Propose a schedule of sustained communications products and activities across the fiscal year

DAYS & TIME: project of 60-80 hours over 4 weeks to be scheduled when contacted.

COMPETENCIES:
Polite and friendly –personable
Able to work independently
Able to work from homeAccess to a computer with internet and Microsoft Office Suite
Able to take directions
Communicate effectively in writing and orally; to write comprehensive, clear, concise and accurate plans and communication products using plain, clear language
Bilingual in both Canada’s official languages(French and English)is a high asset
Endroit : 815 St. Laurent Blvd.
Date limite pour postuler: 6 août 2021
Canadian Parents for French cherche une personne expérimentée et dynamique qui a l’esprit d’entreprise pour agir à titre de bénévole en tant que

TUTEUR DE FRANÇAIS BÉNÉVOLE EN LIGNE

À propos de Canadian Parents for French
Canadian Parents for French est un organisme bénévole à l’échelle nationale qui se fonde sur la recherche et qui compte 23 000 membres au Canada. Nos 10 bureaux provinciaux sont répartis à travers le Canada, en plus de nos 135 chapitres communautaires locaux. Nous croyons que la capacité de communiquer dans plusieurs langues favorise la créativité, l’empathie et l’adaptation des gens qui ont accès à des possibilités de longue portée et améliorent la prospérité sociale et économique de notre pays. Le Canada a la capacité enviable de veiller à ce que les générations à venir puissent renforcer cette capacité dans les deux langues officielles. Nous nous efforçons de veiller à ce que tous les apprenants aient la possibilité et la motivation d’apprendre et d’utiliser le français et le soutien requis.

RÉSUMÉ DU POSTE

Canadian Parents for French cherche des bénévoles qui agiraient à titre de tuteurs en français en ligne dans le cadre de son programme pilote. Le titulaire aidera l’enfant à parler en français et à améliorer sa conversation, sa lecture et son écriture dans cette langue. Les bénévoles doivent être à l’aise en travaillant avec de jeunes enfants, tant en français qu’en anglais.

Nous recrutons des bénévoles qui peuvent consacrer de 1 heure à 2 heures par semaine à notre programme d’automne qui se déroule du 20 septembre au 6 décembre 2021. Les bénévoles doivent pouvoir se joindre à nous pendant toute la durée du programme. Les bénévoles choisissent leur propre horaire chaque semaine. Ce programme se déroulera six jours par semaine. Il commencera le 11 janvier et prendra fin à la mi-juin. Nous offrons une orientation et une formation à tous les bénévoles. Il s’agit d’un poste virtuel et le tuteur travaillera avec des enfants de partout au Canada au moyen de Zoom pour les aider à enrichir leur français.

QUALIFICATIONS
De solides aptitudes en français et en anglais parlés et écrits sont requises. Les tuteurs œuvreront dans les deux langues officielles.
Une expérience de travail antérieure avec les enfants et les jeunes constitue un atout.
Les tuteurs doivent avoir un ordinateur, un ordinateur portatif ou une tablette ainsi qu’un microphone et une caméra et une connexion internet régulière.

COMMENT POSER SA CANDIDATURE

Veuillez poser votre candidature au moyen du lien suivant : https://form.jotform.com/201173726906253.

La date de début idéale serait le 11 janvier 2021, mais nous acceptons les candidatures comportant une disponibilité périodique. Veuillez nous accorder jusqu’à sept jours ouvrables pour examiner votre candidature. Nous communiquerons avec tous les candidats pour les inviter à prendre part à une entrevue bilingue de 30 minutes.

PERSONNE-RESSOURCE
Nicole Redford
Gestionnaire du réseau CPF, Mobilisation de bénévoles
nredford@cpf.ca.
Endroit : virtual
Date limite pour postuler: 1 oct 2021
Canadian Parents for French is seeking an experienced, dynamic and entrepreneurial individual to volunteer as



VIRTUAL VOLUNTEER FRENCH TUTOR



About Canadian Parents for French
Canadian Parents for French is a nationwide, research-informed, volunteer organization that represents 25,000 members across Canada. We are located across the country with 10 Branches and offices, and 135+ local community Chapters. We believe the ability to communicate in more than one language fosters creative, empathetic and adaptive people who access far-reaching opportunities and enhance the social and economic prosperity of our country. Canada has an enviable capacity to ensure that upcoming generations develop this ability in both official languages. We work to ensure that all learners have the opportunity, support and motivation to learn and use French.

POSITION SUMMARY
Canadian Parents for French is looking for volunteers to act as online French tutors for children enrolled in our tutoring programs available across to students between the ages to 5 to 14 anywhere in Canada. Tutors will help children by speaking in French and working to improve the child's French in conversation, reading, and writing. Volunteers must be comfortable working with young kids and in both French and English.

We are recruiting for volunteers who can dedicate 1.5 to 2 hours per week (minimum) for our fall program which runs from September 20 to December 6. Volunteers must be able to join us for the entirety of the program. Volunteers choose their own schedule each week. This program runs 7 days a week. This program will run from throughout 2021. Orientation and training (including Zoom training) provided to all volunteers. This position is virtual, and tutors will work with kids across Canada to help them maintain their French via Zoom.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Strong spoken and written French and English is a needed. Tutors will be working in both official languages.
Prior experience working with children and youth is encouraged.
Must have access to a computer, laptop or tablet with a microphone and camera and a steady internet connection.
HOW TO APPLY

Please apply at this link: https://form.jotform.com/201173726906253

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please allow us up to 6 business to review your application. All applicants will be contacted for a 30-minute bilingual interview.

CONTACT PERSON
Nicole Redford
Network Manager, Volunteer Engagement
Nredford@cpf.ca
Endroit : online via Zoom
Date limite pour postuler: 1 oct 2021
The Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County (DSORC) is pleased to be developing virtual, remote, and socially distanced solutions in an effort to continue providing support to caregivers and persons living with dementia while we are not able to do so in a pre COVID-19 model.

Volunteers play a crucial role in the Make a Connection, Take a Break program, by providing meaningful social interactions to persons living with dementia, and to enable caregivers to take a break. Visits can be virtual, by telephone, or in-person, while keeping safe and socially distanced. As a volunteer, you receive training and guidance to prepare for this important role and are matched with a client based on aligning schedule, language, and, where necessary, accessibility or proximity to one another. Visits are typically 20 minutes to 1 hour on a weekly basis, and, if virtual, are on a variety of platforms such as the phone or Zoom, depending on the client’s preference and capabilities. The activities that make up these visits can vary, from simply chatting, listening to music, reading out loud, sharing photos, or going for a walk as examples. Whichever the activity, you will find this to be a rewarding and meaningful experience.

Primary Role and Responsibilities:

Maintain regular communication via e-mail and telephone
- Communicate with caregiver as needed to arrange the details surrounding visits (date and time, materials needed, etc.)
- Maintain communication with supervisor to provide updates on clients, forward questions, and offer feedback

Prepare and host remote and/or in-person visits
- Coordinate and prepare any particular items needed for your visit (photos, music, videos, a list of the client’s interest, etc.)
- Meet and engage with client in the preferred setting (phone, Zoom, in person etc.)
- Provide troubleshooting support to those experiencing technical difficulty
- Engage with participants and maintain enthusiasm, compassion, and patience

Qualifications and Skills:
- Professionalism and a positive disposition with excellent interpersonal skills
- Compassion, understanding and awareness of dementia
- A valid (within last 6 months) Vulnerable Sector Check is required, which we help facilitate
- Reliability – able to honour scheduled commitments
- Discretion – must maintain confidentiality of all participants
- Basic knowledge of DSORC programs and services (training provided)
- Bilingualism an asset

Remote or Virtual Visits:
- Tech-savvy, with the ability to independently troubleshoot common/minor technical issues such as audio/visual connectivity disruptions
- Reliable access to both internet and email
- Knowledge of/experience with Zoom or other online platforms is an asset
- Patience and compassion when working with others who are not tech-savvy

Screening:

Selected applicants will submit a volunteer application form, followed by an interview and reference check as part of the application process with the Volunteer Coordinator. Successful applicants will be provided with orientation and role-specific training.

How to Apply
Interested applicants should visit DSORC’s website: https://dementiahelp.ca/make-a-connection-take-a-break-program-volunteer-etablir-un-lien-faire-une-pause-benevole/
Endroit : *Virtual and in-person*
1750 Russell Road
Suite 1742
Date limite pour postuler: 23 août 2021
Organisme : Foodsharing Ottawa
Board of Directors - Volunteer Position -
Foodsharing Ottawa is seeking 2 committed individuals to join our Board of Directors this September.

You work well in a team setting and have excellent communication and listening skills. Previous experience with charities and/or non-profit in similar positions is helpful, but not required. Diversity of backgrounds and experience is valued.
Endroit : Mostly, we work from home and through Zoom meetings. Some community events and foodrescue missions may be possible throughout Ottawa to get to know other volunteers, community, and to see our Mission in action.
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2021
*We are currently looking for Male volunteers, ages 18+ years of age to make a difference in a young adults life by volunteering 8-10 hours a month with a minimum 2 year commitment *

ABOUT MPOWER PROGRAM:
Funded through the Ontario Trillium Foundation, MPower matches youth (aged 15-24) with mentors to encourage and empower them to identify their strengths, explore their passions and achieve their goals as they journey towards adulthood. This program will also serve to connect youth transitioning out of child intervention services with a supportive and dedicated adult mentor. This connection creates a supportive relationship built on mutual respect and helps you develop relationship skills and connections essential for successful transition to independent adulthood.

HOW TO APPLY:
PLEASE REVIEW PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS AND APPLY BY COMPLETEING OUR MPOWER APPLICATION USING LINK BELOW:

https://www.bbbso.ca/get-involved/mpower-youth-mentoring-program/

Endroit : 1645 Woodroffe Avenue, Suite 12
Date limite pour postuler: 22 août 2021
Organisme : FCDEE
English Follow
Le jumelage avec client et bénévole aura pour but d'aider les nouveaux arrivants (résidents permanents, réfugiés acceptés) à bien s'installer, s'adapter avec le nouvel environnement et intégrer le milieu de vie canadien.
La mission du bénévole serait donc d'aider la personne ou la famille à progresser dans la pratique de l'anglais, apprendre sur la gestion de la vie quotidienne, apprendre sur la culture candaienne et aider, dans la mesure du possible, à la recherche d'emploi.
La durée habituelle de bénévolat serait de 4 à 6 mois à raison de 2 heures minimum par semaine. L'ancienneté et l'expertise du bénévole auront un impact positif dans l'aide à l'adaptation et intégration du client. Par conséquent, le ou la bénévole souhaitant faire ce travail doit être citoyen canadien ou résident permanent avec une ancienneté de 6 ans ou plus .

The twinning with a client and a volunteer will aim to help newcomers (permanent residents, accepted refugees) to settle well, adapt to the new environment and integrate into the Canadian living environment.
The volunteer's mission would therefore be to help the person or the family to progress in the practice of English, to learn about the management of daily life, to learn about the Candaian culture and to help, as far as possible, in research. employment.
The usual duration of volunteering would be 4 to 6 months with a minimum of 2 hours per week. The seniority and expertise of the volunteer will have a positive impact in helping the client to adapt and integrate. Therefore, the volunteer wishing to do this work must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident with a seniority of 6 years or more.
Endroit : 815 Saint Laurent Boulevard
Date limite pour postuler: 30 août 2021
Organisme : CNIB
For Canadians who are blind or partially sighted, physical distancing can present a unique set of challenges
With physical distancing measures in place, it can be difficult for people with sight loss to pick up their groceries and prescriptions. If you're willing to help, we'd love to hear from you. Together, we'll ensure our community stays connected. We currently have a need for a volunteer to assist with picking up groceries for a participant weekly or bi-weekly in the area of St. Eugene
You can enquire to tracy.holland@cnib.ca, or apply through the CNIB website link, https://www.cnib.ca/en/programs-and-services/live/virtual-vision-mate-program?region=on_east and identify grocery shopping in St Eugene in your interest form.
Endroit : Prescott
Date limite pour postuler: 30 juil 2021
Jewel's Gently Used Clothing - Smiths Falls carries gently used clothing, books, house wares, dvds, and more.

The store manager is currently looking for a volunteer to cover a few hours on Thursday and Friday afternoons. Volunteers are NOT required to do both days, but can if they would like to.

A successful candidate will help with general tasks around the store.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
-steaming clothing
-general cleaning (sweep, dust, etc.)
-sorting clothing
-hanging clothing
-creating display racks and windows
-help with social media
Endroit : 18 William St. E
Smiths Falls, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2021
Roles and Responsibilities
-Support Timveni to undertake market research to identify new business opportunities
-Provide support in developing marketing and communication tools to inform clients and staff of new products
-Provide guidance on developing communication channels to enable effective collaboration amongst stakeholders including youth
-Provide training in identifying and responding to resource mobilization opportunities for the organization
-Support in increasing the visibility of the organization by identifying and developing partnerships and potential relationships with clients and key stakeholders, including NGOs, government organizations, media houses, and prominent social media profiles
-Undertake public engagement and fundraising activities before, during, and after their volunteer assignment. You will be equipped with tools, training, and support to achieve these goals
-Ensure that a gender equality lens is consistently applied in the execution of all activities
-Support partners to empower young women and promote a culture of gender sensitive representation in all activities and program benefits.
-Submit reports as required by the partner organization and by WUSC

Experience and Qualifications
-Degree and/or formal training in business administration, marketing, or other related field
-Demonstrated experience in business development, particularly related to media and sales
-Experience in digital marketing with be considered an asset
-A commitment to gender equality, youth inclusion, and international volunteering
-Flexibility, adaptability, excellent interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity
-Experience with group facilitation and trainings, including content development considered an asset
-Experience living and working internationally considered an asset
-Written and oral fluency in English

Project Description
Volunteering for development is one of the important ways in which WUSC pursues its mission. The IGNI+E project, funded by Global Affairs Canada, supports over 70 partner organizations to advance gender equality and the economic empowerment of 1.2 million youth around the world. IGNI+E harnesses the knowledge, capacity and expertise of skilled Canadians through volunteer assignments and public engagement activities to assist partners in improving their performance, advocating for gender equality, and implementing more sustainable, innovative and inclusive initiatives and services for poor and marginalised youth, particularly young women. Overseas, our volunteers collaborate with a wide variety of partners, including enterprise and social enterprise development incubators, skills training centres, women's organizations, and youth groups. In Canada, WUSC works with institutions and individuals to identify, prepare, and support volunteers who travel overseas to support our partners. Our network in Canada also works with WUSC to raise awareness among Canadians to inspire greater action on global development issues. Our collective focus is on sustainable and inclusive changes to create a better world for youth.

Partner Description
Timveni is a youth media organization working to empower youth to understand their human rights and responsibilities as citizens. Timveni has evolved from a radio project to an independent institution and acts as a platform for youth to discuss challenges in their communities. Timveni encourages youth to make observations, integrate these observations into a positive world view, and express them through speeches, music and other creative expressions. Timveni is able to facilitate engagement between youth within and across districts to communicate their views to decision makers in Malawi via the Timveni Radio and Timveni Television platforms.

Support Package
-Support and guidance from the WUSC Volunteer Mobilization Team prior to departure and from WUSC Country Team while on assignment
-Participation in a pre-departure training where you will have the opportunity to learn about the program, gain practical skills for living and working in an intercultural context and meet other volunteers
-Travel, meals and accommodation are covered during in-person pre-departure
-In-country orientation upon arrival in country of assignment
-Language training in country of assignment, where required
-Airfare to and from country of assignment
-Support from the WUSC Administrative Officer for all relevant visas and work permits
-Cost of required country specific vaccinations and antimalarials
-Health insurance
-Modest monthly living and accommodation allowance while in country of assignment
-Vacation leave entitlement
-Return debriefing after completion of assignment
-An incredible opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to global development, enhance your professional skills and participate in an experience of a lifetime!

WUSC’s Safeguarding Policy
WUSC’s activities seek to balance inequities and create sustainable development around the globe; the work ethic of our staff, volunteers, representatives and partners shall correspond to the values and mission of the organization. WUSC promotes responsibility, respect, honesty, and professional excellence and we will not tolerate harassment, coercion and sexual exploitation and abuse of any form. Successful applicants will be required to sign off on the WUSC Code of Conduct and the Self-Disclosure Form. International volunteers will also be required to submit a criminal record verification.

WUSC is a signatory to the Cooperation Canada Leaders’ Pledge on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Misconduct. The pledge represents the shared commitment as Canada’s global development and humanitarian leaders to ensure the full implementation of practices and policies that will protect and respond to our own staff, volunteers and the communities we serve. We are committed to creating safe and respectful workplaces and programs that promote gender equality and are free from gender-based violence, including by addressing and responding to all abuse of power, holding people to account, and protecting the vulnerable.
Endroit : Malawi
Date limite pour postuler: 10 août 2021
Roles and Responsibilities
-Assist in developing strategies for identifying partnership opportunities with educational institutions, civil society organizations, enterprises, youth groups, and women groups, among others
-Support relationship management initiatives with current partners and contribute to the establishment of a consistent approach to initiate and maintain relationships with potential partners
-Provide support in developing outreach programs to sensitize youth and other stakeholders to the services and products offered by the organization
-Assist in developing resource mobilization strategies to support youth training programs for educational institutions
-Participate in pre-assignment online training
-Participate in at least 3 public engagement initiatives before, during, or after the assignment. Volunteers will be equipped with the tools, training, and support to achieve these goals. Volunteers will also have one virtual check-in with the Public Engagement Officer throughout the course of their assignment
-Ensure that a gender equality lens is consistently applied in the execution of all activities
-Support partners to empower young women and promote a culture of gender sensitive representation in all activities and program benefits
-Co-develop an e-volunteer work plan with the partner organization and country office using WUSC volunteer work plan template
-Submit volunteer timesheets, reports and deliverables as required by the partner organization and WUSC

Experience and Qualifications
-Degree and/or training in social sciences, business administration, or other relevant fields
-Demonstrated experience in partnership management and customer service
-Ability to work independently as part of a remote working group
-Comfortable using online working platforms
-Access to a reliable internet connection
-A commitment to gender equality, youth inclusion, and international volunteering
-Experience with group facilitation and trainings, including content development
-Flexibility, adaptability, excellent interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity
-Written and oral fluency in English
-Experience living and working internationally is a strong asset.

Project Description
Volunteering for development is one of the important ways in which WUSC pursues its mission. The IGNI+E project, funded by Global Affairs Canada, supports over 70 partner organizations to advance gender equality and the economic empowerment of 1.2 million youth around the world. IGNI+E harnesses the knowledge, capacity and expertise of skilled Canadians through volunteer assignments and public engagement activities to assist partners in improving their performance, advocating for gender equality, and implementing more sustainable, innovative and inclusive initiatives and services for poor and marginalised youth, particularly young women. Overseas, our volunteers collaborate with a wide variety of partners, including enterprise and social enterprise development incubators, skills training centres, women's organizations, and youth groups. In Canada, WUSC works with institutions and individuals to identify, prepare, and support volunteers who travel overseas to support our partners. Our network in Canada also works with WUSC to raise awareness among Canadians to inspire greater action on global development issues. Our collective focus is on sustainable and inclusive changes to create a better world for youth.

Partner Description
The African Business Center for Developing Education (ABCDE) is a non-governmental organization registered in the UK and Ghana in 2012, working in partnership with industry, academia and governments to improve youth employability through mentorship, internships, scholarships opportunities and related programs organized through secondary and tertiary institutions. ABCDE is a Pan-African organization providing the necessary inputs through mentorships and coaching across schools in Africa to meet the skills demands made by modern-day industries in today’s world of work.

Support Package
-Support and guidance from the WUSC Volunteer Mobilization Team prior to assignment and from the WUSC Country Team while on assignment
-Re-assignment training where you will have the opportunity to learn about the program, gain practical skills for e-volunteering in an intercultural context and meet other e-volunteers
-Country orientation to better understand the cultural context of the country
-E-volunteers who contribute a minimum of 21 hours per week are eligible to receive an allowance of $35 CAD per day, up to a maximum of $700 CAD per month. This allowance is taxable income.
-Debriefing after completion of assignment
-An incredible opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to global development, enhance your professional skills and participate in an experience of a lifetime!

WUSC’s Safeguarding Policy
WUSC’s activities seek to balance inequities and create sustainable development around the globe; the work ethic of our staff, volunteers, representatives and partners shall correspond to the values and mission of the organization. WUSC promotes responsibility, respect, honesty, and professional excellence and we will not tolerate harassment, coercion and sexual exploitation and abuse of any form. Successful applicants will be required to sign off on the WUSC Code of Conduct and the Self-Disclosure Form. International volunteers will also be required to submit a criminal record verification.

WUSC is a signatory to the Cooperation Canada Leaders’ Pledge on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Misconduct. The pledge represents the shared commitment as Canada’s global development and humanitarian leaders to ensure the full implementation of practices and policies that will protect and respond to our own staff, volunteers and the communities we serve. We are committed to creating safe and respectful workplaces and programs that promote gender equality and are free from gender-based violence, including by addressing and responding to all abuse of power, holding people to account, and protecting the vulnerable.
Endroit : Remote - WHF
Date limite pour postuler: 10 août 2021
Roles and Responsibilities
-Collaborate with the organization to identify institutional and programmatic resource gaps and assist in identifying new funding opportunities
-Identify resource mobilization opportunities using digital platforms, and provide guidance on establishing and maintaining strong partnerships with donors using online tools
-Support in developing an online resource mobilization plan with specific time frames
-Assist in identifying and developing partnerships with potential donors
-Support in developing tools for monitoring and evaluation to accompany the resource mobilization strategy
-Participate in pre-assignment online training
-Participate in at least 3 public engagement initiatives before, during, or after the assignment. Volunteers will be equipped with the tools, training, and support to achieve these goals. Volunteers will also have one virtual check-in with the Public Engagement Officer throughout the course of their assignment
-Ensure that a gender equality lens is consistently applied in the execution of all activities.
-Support partners to empower young women and promote a culture of gender sensitive representation in all activities and program benefits
-Co-develop an e-volunteer work plan with the partner organization and country office using WUSC volunteer work plan template
-Submit volunteer timesheets, reports and deliverables as required by the partner organization and WUSC.

Experience and Qualifications
-Degree and/or training in business development, international development, communications, or other relevant field
-Experience with investments, resource mobilization and fundraising, especially through digital tools in the not-for-profit sector
-Experience with writing reports, publications and program proposals
-Knowledge of fundraising in the African market considered an asset
-Ability to work independently as part of a remote working group
-Comfortable using online working platforms
-Access to a reliable internet connection
-A commitment to gender equality, youth inclusion, and international volunteering
-Experience with group facilitation and trainings, including content development
-Flexibility, adaptability, excellent interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity
-Written and oral fluency in English
-Experience living and working internationally is a strong asset

Project Description
Volunteering for development is one of the important ways in which WUSC pursues its mission. The IGNI+E project, funded by Global Affairs Canada, supports over 70 partner organizations to advance gender equality and the economic empowerment of 1.2 million youth around the world. IGNI+E harnesses the knowledge, capacity and expertise of skilled Canadians through volunteer assignments and public engagement activities to assist partners in improving their performance, advocating for gender equality, and implementing more sustainable, innovative and inclusive initiatives and services for poor and marginalised youth, particularly young women. Overseas, our volunteers collaborate with a wide variety of partners, including enterprise and social enterprise development incubators, skills training centres, women's organizations, and youth groups. In Canada, WUSC works with institutions and individuals to identify, prepare, and support volunteers who travel overseas to support our partners. Our network in Canada also works with WUSC to raise awareness among Canadians to inspire greater action on global development issues. Our collective focus is on sustainable and inclusive changes to create a better world for youth.

Partner Description
Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC) offers incubation, capacity building and financing options to new, small and medium business ventures and Kenyan entrepreneurs that are developing innovations to address the challenges of climate change. KCIC provides holistic and country-driven support to accelerate the development, deployment and transfer of locally relevant climate technologies.

Support Package
-Support and guidance from the WUSC Volunteer Mobilization Team prior to assignment and from the WUSC Country Team while on assignment
-Re-assignment training where you will have the opportunity to learn about the program, gain practical skills for e-volunteering in an intercultural context and meet other e-volunteers
-Country orientation to better understand the cultural context of the country
-E-volunteers who contribute a minimum of 21 hours per week are eligible to receive an allowance of $35 CAD per day, up to a maximum of $700 CAD per month. This allowance is taxable income.
-Debriefing after completion of assignment
-An incredible opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to global development, enhance your professional skills and participate in an experience of a lifetime!

WUSC’s Safeguarding Policy
WUSC’s activities seek to balance inequities and create sustainable development around the globe; the work ethic of our staff, volunteers, representatives and partners shall correspond to the values and mission of the organization. WUSC promotes responsibility, respect, honesty, and professional excellence and we will not tolerate harassment, coercion and sexual exploitation and abuse of any form. Successful applicants will be required to sign off on the WUSC Code of Conduct and the Self-Disclosure Form. International volunteers will also be required to submit a criminal record verification.

WUSC is a signatory to the Cooperation Canada Leaders’ Pledge on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Misconduct. The pledge represents the shared commitment as Canada’s global development and humanitarian leaders to ensure the full implementation of practices and policies that will protect and respond to our own staff, volunteers and the communities we serve. We are committed to creating safe and respectful workplaces and programs that promote gender equality and are free from gender-based violence, including by addressing and responding to all abuse of power, holding people to account, and protecting the vulnerable.
Endroit : Remote - WFH
Date limite pour postuler: 10 août 2021
Organisme : Bag Half Full YOW
WHAT IS BAG-HALF-FULL?
We are a free grocery shopping and delivery service for vulnerable persons (e.g. elderly, immunocompromised, mobility issues) in Ottawa who are not able to shop for themselves. This initiative was started by University of Ottawa medical students in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
We're looking for anyone in Ottawa who is interested in volunteering their time towards shopping for and delivering groceries. This is a flexible position, meaning that you can volunteer with us when and where it works for you. This position is a great way to serve our community in this time of crisis, and a great addition to your CV!

WHAT WILL YOU NEED TO JOIN US?
You'll need a valid Police Records Check (or recent reference letter from a previous work or volunteer position) and access to a vehicle.

HOW DO YOU JOIN US?
To tell us that you're interested in this opportunity, please fill in this Google form: https://forms.gle/6ZQM1yRU6ho87hDi6

For more information, visit us at https://www.baghalffull.com/ or email us at baghalffullyow@gmail.com

Support us: gf.me/u/xw7pka
Endroit : N/A
Date limite pour postuler: 17 oct 2021
To help welcome guests at a community Saturday events
Endroit : 2794 A Lancaster Road, Ottawa ON
Date limite pour postuler: 31 juil 2021
Deliver nutritious meals, a caring contact and peace of mind to isolated seniors and adults with disabilities.

Meals on Wheels Ottawa is looking for volunteer drivers with a higher need on:
• THURSDAYS in Vanier, Sandy Hill, Lincoln Heights



Volunteer drivers should:

• have a valid Driver’s License
• have access to a vehicle with minimum $1M liability insurance
• have or be willing to apply for a Police Record Check - Level 3 Vulnerable Sector Check (less than 12 months)
• can deliver a route on their own OR with someone from their household (must also go through volunteer training)
• can commit to helping over a few months, at minimum
• can follow all new health and safety meal delivery protocols put in place due to COVID-19

NOTE: the Ontario Public Health COVID-19 self assessment recommends that those over age 70 years reduce their time outside the home.
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Where:
Meals are delivered from our office located at 670 Albert St as well as other partner kitchens throughout central Ottawa.

When:
Thursdays - can we weekly or bi-weekly.
Each shift takes approximately 2 hours to complete.
Shifts have staggered start times between 10:50 and 11:30 am

Time Commitment:
The volunteer commitment is flexible and is usually once a week for 2 hours. Some volunteers also help out bi-weekly or on an “on call” basis.

Training:
Due to COVID-19, we are providing online training only. This training take approximately 1 hour. You will be contacted about training after signing up.


Please note: if you have already submitted a volunteer application through the Meals on Wheels website or the Community Support COVID Response website, there is no need to apply here too. You will be contacted shortly and we thank you for supporting Meals on Wheels. We look forward to connecting with you soon!

For more info please email volunteer@mealsonwheels-ottawa.org
Endroit : 670 Albert St. Ottawa, ON. K1R 6L2
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2021
Deliver nutritious meals, a caring contact and peace of mind to isolated seniors and adults with disabilities.

Meals on Wheels Ottawa is looking for volunteer drivers across our delivery area of central Ottawa.


Volunteer drivers should:

• have a valid Driver’s License
• have access to a vehicle with minimum $1M liability insurance
• have or be willing to apply for a Police Record Check - Level 3 Vulnerable Sector Check (less than 12 months)
• can deliver a route on their own OR with someone from their household (must also go through volunteer training)
• can commit to helping over a few months, at minimum
• can follow all new health and safety meal delivery protocols put in place due to COVID-19

NOTE: the Ontario Public Health COVID-19 self assessment recommends that those over age 70 years reduce their time outside the home.

Where:
Meals are delivered from our office located at 670 Albert St as well as other partner kitchens throughout central Ottawa.

When:
There are multiple volunteer shifts available throughout the week. Each shift takes approximately 2 hours to complete. Shifts have staggered start times between 10:50 and 11:30 am

Time Commitment:
The volunteer commitment is flexible and is usually once a week for 2 hours. Some volunteers also help out bi-weekly or on an “on call” basis.

Training:
Due to COVID-19, we are providing online training only. This training take approximately 1 hour. You will be contacted about training after signing up.


Please note: if you have already submitted a volunteer application through the Meals on Wheels website or the Community Support COVID Response website, there is no need to apply here too. You will be contacted shortly and we thank you for supporting Meals on Wheels. We look forward to connecting with you soon!

For more info please email volunteer@mealsonwheels-ottawa.org
Endroit : 670 Albert St. Ottawa, ON. K1R 6L2
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

What is your company doing to promote literacy? NOTE: This is a group volunteer opportunity--you need to lead a team of volunteer readers from your organization.

If you want to volunteer as an individual please register as OVIE volunteer www.onfe-rope.ca/ovie/application. If you have a team of readers for OttawaReads please proceed to register for this position. The Ottawa Network for Education s OttawaReads program is a unique school/business partnership that draws volunteers from the corporate and public sectors to read one-on-one with children in Kindergarten to Grade 3 classes in Ottawa schools. After attending an orientation/training session in their place of work, volunteers fulfill a weekly or bi-weekly one-hour commitment to read to students in local schools. Each participating organization is partnered with a school in their own geographic location. The number of volunteers requested from each organization is based upon the size of the company and the requirements of the partnering school. We currently have several schools on the waitlist for new OttawaReads partners. Can you help? Be a team leader in your place of work!
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

The Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) is welcoming volunteers who can read to students and/or work with students in some of their French Immersion classrooms (K-6). Your role as a volunteer and the schedule is determined at your school interview prior to beginning your placement. A police vulnerable sectors check is required.
Endroit : Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) Elementary Schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

Many elementary schools within the Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB)are now offering full-day classes and care for Kindergarten students.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The Ottawa Volunteers in Education (OVIE)program are looking for volunteers who can help in a Kindergarten classroom setting to assist the teacher with the daily routines. A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

General Classroom Assistance - Volunteers are assigned to a specific teacher and carry out various tasks depending on the teacher's needs.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The following are some typical examples of areas where volunteers are needed: General Classroom Assistance Remedial/Special Education MentoringTutoringCoaching LanguagesLibraryEarly LiteracyComputers/TechnologyMath/Science A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is complete and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview

to discuss the details/ scheduling. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

The Ottawa Carleton District School Board has a few elementary schools looking for volunteers to assist in their Autism Unit.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.(Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you are interested, please register on-line at www.onfe-rope.ca/ovie/application and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is complete and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/scheduling. Thank you for your consideration.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

English As a Second Language (ESL) volunteers are needed to help Pre-K to Grade 12 students to assist in acquiring English proficiency.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The volunteer will collaborate with the educator to enhance the daily ESL opportunities for students. The students are mainly new Canadians. You will provide assistance to students who need assistance understanding English in general. Requires a current vulnerable sector police clearance (PVSC). (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you are interested, please register on-line at www.onfe-rope.ca/ovie/application and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is complete and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/scheduling. Thank you for your consideration.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

English Language Development (ELD/ESL) - (English Language Development (ELD), English as a Second Language (ESL)) tutors/volunteers needed to support 500 Syrian refugee students who are coming to our OCDSB schools and require extra support.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

You would be working with students primarily on their English (reading & writing) along with assisting them to adapt to their new environment. Self-paced training is required (approx. 3 hours), details will follow upon your registration. A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

Volunteers needed to support children and adult English language learners. Volunteers will receive training before being matched to support students in Pre-K to Grade 12 or in the Adult LINC programs.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The volunteer will collaborate with the educator to enhance the daily English language learning opportunities for students. The students are mainly new Canadians.

Requires a current vulnerable sector police clearance (PVSC). (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line through ONFE). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you are interested, please register on-line at www.onfe-rope.ca/ovie/application and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is completed and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/scheduling. Thank you for your consideration.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

In 2005-06 the Ontario government initiated the Student Success Program within secondary schools as one response to the severe drop-out rate of high school students.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

Ottawa Volunteers in Education (OVIE) has received requests from Ottawa high schools to recruit community volunteers interested in providing tutoring support (under the direction of teachers) to individual students in their Math, English, Science or History Credit Recovery Program. Most of these students, many of whom are new Canadians, respond very well to working with a tutor on a weekly basis. We are looking for volunteers who can help them focus, explain concepts as they work, assist them in organizing materials, and provide encouragement as they progress in all subjects. A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***

Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

Adult High School - Central Orientation Class is designed for newly-arrived students between 18 and 20 years of age who require ELD support. They receive English Language and Math support. Students leave the Centre to take other courses at the Adult HS or to enter the workforce.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

A RECENT POLICE BACKGROUND CLEARANCE TO SERVICE THE VULNERABLE SECTOR IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : Adult High School Rochester Street
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
***Please note that until schools are back in session, you will not be placed to volunteer in a classroom setting. Orientation training will be done on-line until further notice. You can contact Heather Kotelniski for the information required to proceed (hkotelniski@onfe-rope.ca). We continue to follow the guidelines of the OCDSB, Ottawa Public Health, and Canada Public Health and we thank you for your patience.***
Please note that all volunteer positions are September to June each year. We do not have summer volunteer positions available.

Help a child understand math concepts by becoming a math tutor.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.
Professional development training, facilitated by OCDSB Math coaches, will be offered periodically during the school year. Attendance to at least one session is recommended. Invitations to attend training sessions with more details will be sent periodically to all interested Math volunteers. If you are interested in helping students in Grades 3 to 8 become enthusiastic and successful in Math we would really appreciate hearing from you! A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is complete and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/ scheduling. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: 12 oct 2021
Who we are: The Aging and Spirituality Committee has traditionally planned and delivered an annual face-to-face conference that explores some aspect of the spiritual journey of aging. During the COVID lockdown, we offered two virtual events: a three-week online journaling workshop and a “virtual conference” that included a taped panel discussion followed by a virtual workshop with the three panel presenters.

What we need: Ideally, we are looking for new committee members of all faiths (or no faith) who are interested in how spirituality evolves as we age. We are particularly interested in creative people who can work with us to plan, develop, and implement some new educational events. If you are a spiritual individual who enjoys public speaking and/or event planning, we’d love to hear from you.

Note: Applicants should submit a brief paragraph describing their interest in the committee and what they feel they could contribute.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3A7
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
Spectacles pyrotechniques de calibre international, se déroulant sur 11 soirs, du 7 au 21 août 2021. Cette édition sera adaptée à la pandémie et permettra d'accueillir plus de 1500 personnes par soir.

Devenir bénévole, c'est faire partie de la grande famille des Grands Passionnés et de courir la chance de gagner de nombreux prix de nos différents partenaires, pour ceux qui font 5 soirs et plus!

Pour t'inscrire, c'est par ici: https://app.initlive.com:443/JE/6maa4jz6niq4v6
Endroit : 100 rue Laurier, Gatineau, Qc
Date limite pour postuler: 1 août 2021
Who we are: The Aging and Spirituality Committee has traditionally planned and delivered an annual face-to-face conference that explores some aspect of the spiritual journey of aging. During the COVID lockdown, we offered two virtual events: a three-week online journaling workshop and a “virtual conference” that included a taped panel discussion followed by a virtual workshop with the three panel presenters.

What we need: Ideally, we are looking for new committee members of all faiths (or no faith) who are interested in how spirituality evolves as we age. We are particularly interested in creative people who can work with us to plan, develop, and implement some new educational events. If you are a spiritual individual who enjoys public speaking and/or event planning, we’d love to hear from you.

Note: Applicants should submit a brief paragraph describing their interest in the committee and what they feel they could contribute.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3A7
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
Who we are: The Aging and Spirituality Committee has traditionally planned and delivered an annual face-to-face conference that explores some aspect of the spiritual journey of aging. During the COVID lockdown, we offered two virtual events: a three-week online journaling workshop and a “virtual conference” that included a taped panel discussion followed by a virtual workshop with the three panel presenters.

What we need: Ideally, we are looking for new committee members of all faiths (or no faith) who are interested in how spirituality evolves as we age. We are particularly interested in creative people who can work with us to plan, develop, and implement some new educational events. If you are a spiritual individual who enjoys public speaking and/or event planning, we’d love to hear from you.

Note: Applicants should submit a brief paragraph describing their interest in the committee and what they feel they could contribute.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3A7
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
The Council on Aging of Ottawa (COA) is currently seeking skilled, energetic, and knowledgeable volunteers to help with the coordination and delivery of its Smart Aging Program.

If you have a desire to give back to the community and work with Ottawa’s older adults, then the following opportunity might just be for you!

Do you have a solid knowledge of Zoom and are looking for an opportunity to put those valuable technical skills into practice? Then, look no further! We are always searching for people willing to provide tech support during our virtual workshops.

Details and Responsibilities
- provide technical assistance in two-hour blocks, once or twice a week (maximum of 4 hours/week), over a 2-month period.
- Main duties include monitoring the Chat feature and resolving participants’ audio/video issues. On the rare occasion, you might have to call participants to help them troubleshoot and you might also have to divert them to a breakout room to reduce distractions/interruptions to the entire class.
- As a Tech Support person, you would also be asked to manage Breakout Room sessions. With a list of groupings in hand, you would be responsible for creating breakout rooms, assigning participants, and launching the breakouts when prompted by the Course Directors and Workshop Facilitators.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to our Administration coa@coattawa.ca as well as our Director of Education, Stéphanie Cadieux, at s.cadieux@coaottawa.ca.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3A7
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
The Council on Aging of Ottawa (COA) is currently seeking skilled, energetic, and knowledgeable volunteers to help with the coordination and delivery of its Smart Aging Program.

If you have a desire to give back to the community and work with Ottawa’s older adults, then the following opportunity might just be for you!

Are you a pro with Zoom Meetings? Are you willing to share your expertise with others? Then maybe tutoring is for you!

Details and Responsibilities
- As a Zoom Tutor, you would be coordinating Zoom Orientation sessions with the COA’s Director of Education.
- Training can and will be provided to ensure you are familiar with various device and app configurations.
- Orientations would be organized per your availability.
- Sessions are usually one-on-one or done with a small group.
- Orientation sessions are meant to familiarize COA event participants with Zoom’s most basic functions: Mute/unmute, start/stop video, changing from gallery view to speaker view, locating and using the Chat and Reactions features.
- As a Zoom Tutor, you would also be expected to track attendance and report concerns, issues to the Director of Education.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to our Administration coa@coattawa.ca as well as our Director of Education, Stéphanie Cadieux, at s.cadieux@coaottawa.ca.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3A7
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
Course Directors

The Council on Aging of Ottawa (COA) is currently seeking skilled, energetic, and knowledgeable volunteers to help with the coordination and delivery of its Smart Aging Program.

If you have a desire to give back to the community and work with Ottawa’s older adults, then the following opportunity might just be for you!

Are you a people person who prides themselves on their sense of organization and attention to detail? Do you have experience organizing and MC’ing events? Would you be comfortable doing a bit of public speaking? Then we could use your help! We are currently looking for Course Directors who can help host our in-person and online Smart Aging Programs.

Details
The Course Director is the face of the Smart Aging Program. Course Directors attend and oversee the execution of each of the 8 weekly sessions of the Smart Aging Core Program (9 weeks if done virtually).

- Workshops are held on the same day and time for the entire duration of the program. For example, workshops could be held every Tuesday from 1pm to 3pm.
- Course Directors oversee event logistics. They are the first and last ones on the scene. They can expect to work approximately 4 hours per week.

Responsibilities
- ahead of the program, confirming event details with the COA’S Director of Education (i.e. event date/time, facilitators, location/venue, hospitality arrangements, registration list, Zoom link etc.)
- for in-persons sessions only, distributing course materials weekly
- for in-persons sessions only, conferring with host venue’s staff to ensure room set-up and takedown is done properly and that hospitality/refreshments are provided on the day-of
- liaising with Workshops Facilitators to go over sequence of events and assist with the projection of their PowerPoint presentations (Screen Sharing if done on Zoom)
- recruiting a couple of program participants to take attendance each week
- introduction and concluding announcements: welcoming the group, making housekeeping announcements, introducing the workshop topics, recapping content of the previous week’s workshop, reviewing homework, and introducing facilitators
- reporting back on activities (e.g. how the sessions went, any potential areas of improvement/issues that need to be addressed etc.)

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to our Administration coa@coattawa.ca as well as our Director of Education, Stéphanie Cadieux, at s.cadieux@coaottawa.ca.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3A7
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
The Council on Aging of Ottawa (COA) is currently seeking skilled, energetic, and knowledgeable volunteers to help with the coordination and delivery of its Smart Aging Program.

If you have a desire to give back to the community and work with Ottawa’s older adults, then the following opportunity might just be for you!

Do you have a passion for teaching, tutoring and/or public speaking? If so, the COA invites you to consider this great opportunity to inspire older adults and make a real difference in their lives. We are currently looking for Workshop Facilitators to join our Smart Aging team.
Workshop Facilitators must have an interest in and ability to engage with an audience in an empathetic way. Smart Aging workshops are meant to help older adults anticipate and prepare for certain life transitions therefore can be sensitive in nature. Workshop topics vary from social connectedness to exploring housing options, embracing a healthier lifestyle to addressing common financial concerns. A full list of topics is available.
The Workshop Facilitator is there to present subject material, give participants some direction and walk them through a journey of self-reflection. Facilitators are not expected to be experts on the subjects they will be presenting. They must, however, be open to helping people interpret their current lives and anticipate future needs.
Details
- Workshops take place either over Zoom or in-person. We will provide training to applicants who aren’t comfortable with that technology.
- All Volunteer Facilitators will be invited to participate in a Facilitator training session/Meet & Greet.
- Workshop presentations and materials have already been created. Scripts and materials would be provided to you during the orientation session.
- Facilitators will communicate with the Smart Aging Course Director and the COA Director of Education to work out any necessary details of their presentation(s).
Responsibilities:
- lead anywhere from one 2-hour workshop a month to two 2-hour workshops per week based on your interest and availability.
- familiarize yourself with the topic and provided workshop materials sufficiently to be able to grasp the purpose of each workshop, the objectives of each activity, and present to a group using the presenter notes only as a reference – however, facilitators do not have to be content experts to lead any of the workshops.
- create an energetic, professional, safe, and fun environment during the programs and provide encouragement and constructive feedback to participants.
- direct participants to the resources listed in the course materials and to consult with professionals, if need be - facilitators are not expected to answer any detailed questions beyond the course materials.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to our Administration coa@coaottawa.ca as well as our Director of Education, Stéphanie Cadieux, at s.cadieux@coaottawa.ca.
Endroit : 217-815 St-Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1J 6S3
Date limite pour postuler: 27 août 2021
The Distress Centre of Ottawa & Region provides a free and confidential telephone service offering suicide prevention, crisis intervention, psychological stabilization, emotional support, information and referrals to individuals of all ages. We help people in varying degrees of distress or crisis who are experiencing a wide range of problems including suicidal thoughts, abuse or violence, mental or physical illness, bereavement, addictions, sexuality and interpersonal problems, youth-related issues, unemployment and more. Our volunteer Crisis Line Responders are trained in active listening techniques, communication skills, crisis intervention and suicide prevention techniques. They help our clients assess their own situations, to establish goals and priorities, and they can link the callers to appropriate resources in the community if needed.

If interested, please visit www.dcottawa.on.ca to fill out an application! IMPORTANT: You must fill out an application on the Distress Centre Website. www.dcottawa.on.ca
Endroit : Confidential. Located within the Ottawa area. Accessible by OC Transpo or personal vehicle with parking.
Date limite pour postuler: 6 sep 2021