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Direct Support or “regular support” volunteers are those who assist in the operation of Refugee Services. Direct volunteers take on tasks that typically require regular interaction with Matthew House Ottawa residents. Specific duties range from mentoring new volunteers to assisting residents in planning their bus routes.

https://www.matthewhouseottawa.org/

Schedule is within Monday to Thursday evening starting from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Can be once a week every week, or every second week.
Endroit : 380 Centrepointe Dr, Nepean, ON K2G 6A1
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
Volunteer cooks are responsible for providing a weekday evening meal for Matthew House Ottawa residents & volunteers. Groceries are provided, and each week the cook can expect to find meat, vegetables (fresh or frozen), and a starch (rice, potatoes, pasta).


https://www.matthewhouseottawa.org/
Volunteer cooks can come in on a regular weekly basis, or fill in as needed.
Endroit : 380 Centrepointe Dr, Nepean, ON K2G 6A1
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
We are looking for volunteers (19+ years) to support Beau’s Oktoberfest 2019 Charity Bike Ride event on Saturday, September 21 from 7:30am until 3:30pm and Sunday, September 22 from 9am-11am.
Roles include participant registration, loading rider bags, organizing riders for departures, snack and water duty, bike loading and checking in with participants to make sure they’re enjoying their experience.
All volunteers will receive a t-shirt, snacks and food, and a complimentary ticket to attend Beau’s Oktoberfest!
On Saturday, September 21, volunteer shifts will run during the hours of 7:30am to 3:30pm and includes a ride to Beau’s Oktoberfest in Vankleek Hill.
A complimentary Beau’s shuttle bus to uOttawa or Carleton University leaves every 15 minutes from Oktoberfest all day Saturday.
Volunteers interested in volunteering with a friend or as a team are welcome! Get involved and make a difference in your community!
Endroit : Ottawa/Bourget/Vankleek Hill
Date limite pour postuler: 19 sep 2019
About Parkinson Canada:
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, we guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy and support services. Our National Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada fulfils its mission through the generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
What We Need:
Have you, your family, or friends been touched by Parkinson’s disease? Are you interested in meeting new people, working as a team and spreading the awareness of Parkinson’s disease? Then we’re looking for you!Parkinson Canada is looking for Day-of Volunteers to assist with the execution of Parkinson SuperWalk.
Responsibilities:
-Attend and/or review registration and banking training session (if applicable).
-Work with volunteers to coordinate services needed for the day-of (which may include: registration, food and drink, guest speakers, t-shirt distribution, route marshals,etc.).
-Be onsite on the day of the event to facilitate a successful event. Must be available for Parkinson SuperWalk at your location on the relevant date.
Qualifications:
-Possess exceptional leadership capabilities and enjoy working as part of a team.
-Excellent organizational skills.
-Excellent interpersonal skills.
-Be available for the time commitment needed to ensure the success of the event.
-Mature, responsible and dependable.
-Ability to meet deadlines.
Our SuperWalk volunteer positions are available to all ages and include flexible time commitments, mentorship for new members, education and training, and excellent leadership experience.
Endroit : Search Results
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Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
About Parkinson Canada:
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, we guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy and support services. Our National Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada fulfils its mission through the generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
We are looking for a volunteer(s) to facilitate the monthly Living with Parkinson's Support Group in Winchester, Ontario. This group will meet once a month for two hours; the second Tuesday of the month at 10am at the Carefor, 517 Albert Street.
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide education and support at monthly group meetings to persons with Parkinson’s, members of their families, and/or their caregivers in dealing with the challenges of living with the condition. To encourage group members to share experiences, ideas and feelings, address challenges, develop supportive friendships and receive current information about Parkinson’s disease.
Duties include: facilitate monthly support group, including planning, set-up, refreshments and speakers.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Experience in facilitation of support groups or meetings an asset
 Comfort and ability to discuss issues regarding Parkinson’s
 Active listening and communication skills
 Sensitivity and compassion
 Ability to model respect for diversity
 Background in nursing, social work, physiotherapy, speech language pathology, and/or other medical aspect of Parkinson’s disease an asset
TIME COMMITMENT:
 3-5 hours per month, (includes two hour meeting and one hour preparation time) for a minimum of one year
 Training will be provided
Active seniors are welcome! If you are interested in joining a team that makes a tremendous difference in the lives of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, please contact Krista Duncan at Krista.Duncan@parkinson.ca.
Endroit : Carefor, 517 Albert Street, Winchester
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
About Parkinson Canada:
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, we guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy and support services. Our National Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada fulfils its mission through the generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
We are looking for a volunteer(s) to facilitate the monthly Living with Parkinson's Support Group in Embrun, Ontario. This group will meet once a month for two hours; the second Wednesday of the month at 10am at 649 Notre Dame St, Embrun.
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide education and support at monthly group meetings to persons with Parkinson’s, members of their families, and/or their caregivers in dealing with the challenges of living with the condition. To encourage group members to share experiences, ideas and feelings, address challenges, develop supportive friendships and receive current information about Parkinson’s disease.
Duties include: facilitate monthly support group, including planning, set-up, refreshments and speakers.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Experience in facilitation of support groups or meetings an asset
 Comfort and ability to discuss issues regarding Parkinson’s
 Active listening and communication skills
 Sensitivity and compassion
 Ability to model respect for diversity
 Background in nursing, social work, physiotherapy, speech language pathology, and/or other medical aspect of Parkinson’s disease an asset
TIME COMMITMENT:
 3-5 hours per month, (includes two hour meeting and one hour preparation time) for a minimum of one year
 Training will be provided
Active seniors are welcome! If you are interested in joining a team that makes a tremendous difference in the lives of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, please contact Krista Duncan at Krista.Duncan@parkinson.ca.
Endroit : Centre de santé comm. de l'Estrie, 649 rue Notre-Dame
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
About Parkinson Canada:
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, we guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy and support services. Our National Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada fulfils its mission through the generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
We are looking for a volunteer(s) to facilitate the monthly Living with Parkinson's Support Group in Hawkesbury, Ontario. This group will meet once a month for two hours; the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1:30 pm at Legion, 152 Nelson St E, Hawkesbury.
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide education and support at monthly group meetings to persons with Parkinson’s, members of their families, and/or their caregivers in dealing with the challenges of living with the condition. To encourage group members to share experiences, ideas and feelings, address challenges, develop supportive friendships and receive current information about Parkinson’s disease.
Duties include: facilitate monthly support group, including planning, set-up, refreshments and speakers.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Experience in facilitation of support groups or meetings an asset
 Comfort and ability to discuss issues regarding Parkinson’s
 Active listening and communication skills
 Sensitivity and compassion
 Ability to model respect for diversity
 Background in nursing, social work, physiotherapy, speech language pathology, and/or other medical aspect of Parkinson’s disease an asset
TIME COMMITMENT:
 3-5 hours per month, (includes two hour meeting and one hour preparation time) for a minimum of one year
 Training will be provided
Active seniors are welcome! If you are interested in joining a team that makes a tremendous difference in the lives of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, please contact Krista Duncan at Krista.Duncan@parkinson.ca.
Endroit : Legion, 152 Nelson St E, Hawkesbury
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
About Parkinson Canada:
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, we guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy and support services. Our National Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada fulfils its mission through the generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
We are looking for a volunteer(s) to facilitate the monthly Living with Parkinson's Support Group in Vanier, Ontario. This group will meet once a month for two hours; the second Friday of the month at 10am at the Cité Parkway Ret. Res, 380 Le Boutillier Ave.
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide education and support at monthly group meetings to persons with Parkinson’s, members of their families, and/or their caregivers in dealing with the challenges of living with the condition. To encourage group members to share experiences, ideas and feelings, address challenges, develop supportive friendships and receive current information about Parkinson’s disease.
Duties include: facilitate monthly support group, including planning, set-up, refreshments and speakers.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Experience in facilitation of support groups or meetings an asset
 Comfort and ability to discuss issues regarding Parkinson’s
 Active listening and communication skills
 Sensitivity and compassion
 Ability to model respect for diversity
 Background in nursing, social work, physiotherapy, speech language pathology, and/or other medical aspect of Parkinson’s disease an asset
TIME COMMITMENT:
 3-5 hours per month, (includes two hour meeting and one hour preparation time) for a minimum of one year
 Training will be provided
Active seniors are welcome! If you are interested in joining a team that makes a tremendous difference in the lives of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, please contact Krista Duncan at Krista.Duncan@parkinson.ca.
Endroit : Cité Parkway Ret. Res, 380 Le Boutillier Ave
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Connected Canadians is a new non-profit organization empowering seniors and older adults by providing free technology training and support. Connected Canadians is entirely volunteer-run, and has about 30 volunteers between the ages of 19 and 76. Many Connected Canadians volunteers are new Canadians who are highly skilled technology workers, and among them they speak 12 languages. Our volunteers benefit from the cultural awareness and conversational practice opportunities that come from their interaction with clients, and our clients are able to feel a sense of pride and connection in helping to welcome these newcomers into our community.
You can learn more about Connected Canadians at www.connectedcanadians.ca

Connected Canadians is looking for several Evaluation Volunteers (ideally educators - teachers, professors, instructors - or retired educators) who can help evaluate our new tech volunteers before we send them out to the general public.

- In this role, the Evaluator would be expected to act as an older adult needing help with technology (eg. with an iPad, laptop or phone)
- The Evaluator would be required to engage with the tech teaching volunteer, meeting for an hour one-on-one in a public place, getting help and giving standardized feedback and evaluation notes to the Connected Canadians team on their ability to coach and create a friendly learning environment.
- Time expectation would be a minimum of 2 sessions per month, meetings would occur in a public location in the central Ottawa area based on both volunteer’s locations.
Endroit : TBC
Date limite pour postuler: 24 août 2019
Support Our Troops Volunteer/ Canada Army Run September 20 - 22 2019.

Responsibilities:
- Welcome and warm chat with participants and patrons within the Sports Expo (Canada Army Run) Support Our Troops area.
- Support the CANEX team with restocking merchandise on the display units, assisting shoppers with size selection if required.
- Provide information about the Support Our Troops programs and initiatives.
- Collect donations and assist prospective donors completing the donation form.
- Assist participants and patrons with various information questions related to the Canada Army Run weekend, Support Our Troops fund and Solider On fund as the benefactors of the Canada Army Run.

All interested parties are asked to send their resume and cover letter to this opportunity posting sharing your story and why you would be a great fit as a volunteer with us.
Endroit : Canada Army Run 2019- Canadian War Museum
Sport Expo/Support Our Troops booth & affiliated areas
Date limite pour postuler: 13 sep 2019
About Parkinson Canada:
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to
discovery, we guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy
and support services. Our National Research Program funds innovative research to search for better
treatments and a cure. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada fulfils its mission through the
generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
We are looking for a volunteer(s) to facilitate the monthly Living with Parkinson's Support Group in
Cornwall, Ontario. This group meets the third Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m.
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide education and support at monthly group meetings to persons with Parkinson’s, members of their
families, and/or their caregivers in dealing with the challenges of living with the condition. The support group
facilitator provides current information on Parkinson’s disease and encourages group members to share
experiences, exchange ideas and knowledge about coping and living well with Parkinson’s disease.
Duties include: co- facilitate monthly support group meeting, including planning and sourcing speakers.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Experience in facilitation of support groups or meetings an asset
 Interested in learning about Parkinson’s
 Comfort and ability to discuss issues regarding Parkinson’s
 Active listening and communication skills
 Sensitivity and compassion
 Strong organizational skills
 Background in nursing, social work, physiotherapy, speech language pathology, and/or other medical
aspect of Parkinson’s disease an asset but not necessary
TIME COMMITMENT:
 3-5 hours per month, (includes two hour meeting and one hour preparation time) for a minimum of
one year
 Training will be provided
Active seniors are welcome! If you are interested in joining a team that makes a tremendous difference in the
lives of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, please submit your résumé, quoting reference SGF-Cornwall to krista.duncan@parkinson.ca
Endroit : Centre Charles Émile Claude, 146 Chevrier Ave, Cornwall
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Community Support Services (CSS) helps seniors and adults with physical disabilities who live in their own homes.

The CSS Office Volunteer assists CSS employees with office related tasks.
Endroit : 670 Albert Street
Date limite pour postuler: 30 août 2019
Telephone Assurance Program (TAP) Callers provide a daily call for security to check in with our clients. Our clients are seniors and adults with physical disabilities. Volunteers call Monday-Friday between 8:30-9:15 am from work or home. Coverage is available for occasional holidays or illness-related absences.
Endroit : 670 Albert St, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 30 août 2019
Using a simple teleconferencing system, the SCWW is a new initiative that will bring free programs/services to isolated seniors and adults with physical disabilities. It will remove present barriers for those who cannot access recreation centres in person due to financial constraints, transportation, illness and/or mobility issues. Clients will have access to health, wellness, recreational and education programs, while establishing friendships and creating a new sense of belonging to the community and empowerment without having to leave their homes. All they need is a touch-tone phone. We are looking for positive, friendly, welcoming, non-judgemental volunteers who have experience with, or who are interested in facilitating and moderating weekday sessions. Volunteers are given some flexibility in their sessions, and maybe able to facilitate some programs from home. Some activities/programs: Book Clubs; Fun Facts; Did you know?; Riddles/Jokes; Brain Teasers; Current Events; Biographies; Old Time Radio Plays; Music Musings and many more!
Endroit : 670 Albert Street, Ottawa ON
Date limite pour postuler: 30 août 2019
Volunteers are paired with a child who has special needs and visit their home weekly to engage in fun activities of their preference.
This is an ideal volunteer opportunity for high school and university students who are looking to volunteer once a week for an hour. We request that our volunteers can commit to at least six months of friendship in order for the relationship with their matched child to really grow. Ongoing volunteerism is ideal.

Volunteers do not need to have extensive training in the field of special needs, just an interest in children and an accepting attitude.

For the safety of our participants it is also asked that the volunteer who are over 18 have a police records check/vulnerable sector check (a note can be provided to have this done for a reduced cost).


Please contact coordinator Elinore Rabin (elinore.friendshipcircle@gmail.com) to schedule a meeting! There is no deadline as this program is ongoing.
Endroit : Greetings! The Friendship Circle of Ottawa is seeking teenagers and young adults in Ottawa and surrounding areas to partake in our "Friends @ Home" program, offering companionship to children and teens with special needs.
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada, National Capital Region is looking for event-day volunteers for TIMBER MART Heroes Challenge 2019!

TIMBER MART Heroes Challenge is a team challenge that brings together two types of Children’s Wish heroes: our supporters and our wish children! Each team is tasked with raising $10,000, the average cost of a wish. On the day of teams compete in creative challenges designed to test team spirit, mental agility and physical ability. Challenges are inclusive of all team members and participating wish children. This year’s TIMBER MART Heroes Challenge will be taking place on September 27th, 2019 at Brewer Park.

Responsibilities on the event day may include (but are not limited to):
• Helping with set-up & tear-down
• Staffing the registration table
• Setting up the challenges/activities and facilitating them
• Offering a safe, pleasant and memorable experience for team members and wish children alike

The event day volunteer shifts will run from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm with an option to sign-up for the shift(s) you’d like.

Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada works with communities across the country to provide children with life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to realize their most heartfelt wish. By creating unique, meaningful experiences, Children’s Wish enhances the quality of life for these courageous children and their families.

Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada is the largest and only all-Canadian wish-granting charity dedicated to granting wishes to Canadian children between the ages of 3 and 17 who are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. For more than 30 years, Children’s Wish has worked tirelessly to grant heartfelt wishes to more than 27,000 children and their families.

If you’re interested in this opportunity, please contact laurie-anne.palin@childrenswish.ca or at 613-656-0491 and we will be glad to review your application. We look forward to working with you!
Endroit : Brewer Park - Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 6 sep 2019
The Miracle League of Ottawa is a baseball program for children, youth, and adults of all abilities. Volunteers are what helps keep our wonderful program running and we would love to have you join the team! As a volunteer with the Miracle League of Ottawa, you would most likely be in the role of a player buddy. Player buddies ensure that our players can move around the field freely and are enjoying their time playing baseball. Player buddies can assist with pushing player's wheelchairs, directing them to the bases, helping them bat, etc. Public transit to the field is not available as we are located in Navan, however we can now offer free Lyft ride credits to our volunteers.
Endroit : 3659 Navan Road
Date limite pour postuler: 28 sep 2019
Organisme : Suits His Style
Primary Role
• Regularly sort incoming and outgoing donations especially during the months of July and August
• Assist in inventory management and ‘filter-out’ out dated styles
• Make recommendations for changes to inventory management
• Maintain functionality of SHS space to facilitate suiting appointments
• Help organize and maintain cleanliness of stock room
• Help in seasonal change-over inventory

Secondary Roles
• Assist with suiting appointments if needed
• Attend board of director’s meetings if needed
• Provide suiting and fashion training to current and new volunteers
• Prepare information sheets for clients on fashion tips

Preferred Qualifications
• Person of good character, friendly and responsible
• Self motivated, reliable with a desire to make a change in the community
• Solid understanding of men’s formal/semi-formal fashion trends and standards
• Remain current on men’s fashion trends and styles
• Good understanding of appropriate interview and work space attire
• Be able to work self sufficiently
• Good organizational and communication skills
• Be physically fit and able to lift, carry and push up to 30 lbs

Notable Assets but not required
• Bilingualism; English and French. Please note any other language skills
• Experience in men’s formal retail/inventory management. Other retail experience considered
• Interpersonal with colleagues and public; willing to professionally represent SHS at events
• Own a vehicle and willing to perform donation picks -ups and/or assist with pick ups

This position does not have a set time commitment; 3 to 5 hours/week is estimated to perform the primary roles. More hours maybe required during summer months. We are flexible with personal scheduling, vacation etc. SHS is able to sign-off on volunteer hours if needed.
Endroit : 404 McArthur Ave.
Room 204
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
Organisme : Suits His Style
Suiting volunteers are the face of Suits His Style and are the volunteers who interact directly with our clients to provide them with the clothing they need. A typical client meeting involves the following:

• Discuss and assess client needs and clothing preferences.
• Search inventory for clothing options (suits, shirts, ties, shoes, etc) that are clean, fit well and appropriate for their individual needs.
• Provide recommendations to clients who are unsure about what they want and/or need for their individual circumstances.
• Discuss or demonstrate basic rules of menswear including how garments should fit, how to coordinate a shirt and a tie, matching belt and shoe colour, how to tie a tie, etc.
• Help clients pull an entire outfit together to demonstrate how their chosen garments look together and to boost clients’ self-esteem.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Person of good character who is friendly, responsible, reliable and punctual.
• Motivated to make a change in the community and positively impact men’s lives.
• Solid grasp of basic menswear rules, trends and standards.
• Understanding of appropriate interview and work place attire.
• Good communication skills and able to relate to people from diverse backgrounds to make them feel at ease with utilizing Suits His Style services.
• Ability to work as a member of a team as Suiting Volunteers are most often paired with a partner.

Desired Assets (not required):

• Bilingualism; English and French. Please note any other languages
• Past retail experience, particularly in men’s formal retail.

We typically ask our suiting volunteers to commit to conducting appointments for 3 hours per week (3 appointments of one hour each) however we are willing to work with volunteers to find an arrangement that works best for them. We are also flexible when it comes to vacation and other personal commitments. If needed, SHS is able to validate volunteer hours for official reporting purposes.
Endroit : 404 McArthur Ave.
Room 204
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
Organisme : Suits His Style
Suits His Style is in need of a Grant Writer to head up our efforts to identify sources of grant funding and lead the organization through the process of applying for those grants. A desirable candidate's two main responsibilities will be to identify grants that Suits His Style would be eligible to apply for from municipal, provincial or national governments or private foundations and act as the lead writer of our grant applications.

Preferred qualifications:

• Excellent written communication skills to act as the lead for writing our grant applications.
• Skilled story teller who can craft a compelling narrative for why Suits His Style should be the beneficiary of grant-based funding.
• Leadership ability to manage a small committee dedicated to compiling information for and reviewing grant applications.
• Research skills to help identify the grants that SHS is eligible to apply for.
• A keen attention to detail to ensure that all information included in the applications is accurate
• Ability to collaborate with board members to ensure we have appropriate buy-in from volunteers and community partners.
• Motivated to make a change in the community and positively impact men’s lives.

Desired Assets (Not required):

• Bilingualism; English and French.
• Prior experience with grant writing.
• Sales experience.
• Experience influencing executives or other decision makers to make decisions that are beneficial to you.
• Ability to provide support with fundraising efforts beyond grant writing.

The desired time commitment for a grant writing volunteer is quite variable and depends on whether or not we have a grant that we are preparing an application for. The typical grant application process will be a collaborative process but will led by the grant writer and involve a time commitment of 10-15 hours by the grant writer.
Endroit : 404 McArthur Ave.
Room 204
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
Organisme : Suits His Style
Suits His Style is in need of a Fundraising Volunteer to head up our efforts to identify new sources of funding beyond the government-based grants that we have relied on in our brief history as an organization. A desirable candidate would be responsible for identifying alternative potential sources of funding and leading our efforts to obtain funding from those new sources.

Preferred qualifications:

• A self-starter who is motivated to make a change in the community and positively impact men’s lives.
• Excellent networking and sales skills to build relationships with new sources of funding and convince them to support Suits His Style’s cause.
• Skilled story teller who can craft a compelling narrative for why Suits His Style should be the beneficiary of funding.
• Experience influencing executives or other decision makers to make decisions that are beneficial to you.
• Ability to collaborate with board members to ensure we have appropriate buy-in from volunteers and community partners.

Desired Assets (Not required):

• Bilingualism; English and French.
• Experience planning and executing fundraising events or a general background in event planning/management
• Sales experience.
• Ability to provide support with fundraising through grant writing.

The desired time commitment is flexible but we are looking for an average of 3-5 hours per week.

Endroit : 404 McArthur Ave.
Room 204
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
General Member; Secretary, Board of Directors
Board Members act in a position of trust for the community and are responsible for the effective governance of the organization.
CCSN is looking for knowledge, expertise and skills in one or more areas of not for profit Board work: governance and policy development, fundraising, strategy and business planning, and human resources. Requires commitment to the work of the organization, attendance at events and reading of material to remain current, attendance at monthly Board meetings, active participation in discussions and deliberations of the Board, participation on a committee monthly.
Board members act at all times in the best interest of the organization and are aware of and abstain from conflicts of interest. Ethical participation and collaborative and positive approach required.
The secretary position has wide-ranging responsibilities. He or she is an active conduit for communication by giving proper notice of any meetings and timely distribution of material such as agendas, information relating to agenda items, and meeting minutes.
The secretary manages the organization’s records and related materials, providing advice and resources to the board on topics such as governance issues, regulatory body amendments, information that will assist them in fulfilling their fiduciary duties. As the custodian of the organization’s records, the secretary is responsible for maintaining accurate documentation and meeting any legal requirements such as periodic and annual filing deadlines. The secretary is responsible for reviewing and updating documents as necessary and ensuring all documents are safely stored and readily accessible.
Organizations are required by law and by custom to maintain certain records for several purposes, including: • accurate recollection of decisions; • determination of eligibility to vote; • continuity of policies and practices; and • accountability of directors and officers. The Secretary is responsible for ensuring that accurate and sufficient documentation exists to meet legal requirements, and to enable authorized persons to determine when, how, and by whom the board's business was conducted.
Endroit : 1750 Courtwood Crescent, Suite 210
Ottawa K2C 2B5
Date limite pour postuler: 30 août 2019
We are all volunteers and there are many ways to help from ushers who greet and seat the audience, to help with set-up and take-down of posters, signs and tables...to help turn a school hall way and auditorium into a full fledged cinema including snack bar and box office. Volunteers occasionally assist with childrens' birthday party celebrations, on stage activities, helping at the donation table and so much more. We are in need of mature volunteers with life skills who are committed to helping us help the community. Interested volunteers are asked to complete the application form found at www.familycinema.ca under Account Info...Volunteer login/Registration...click on Registration...references required.
Endroit : 710 Broadview Ave Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Ottawa Family Cinema is a non-profit registered charity run by volunteers for more than 40 years. The Cinema is open from mid-September until the beginning of May, excluding Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter weekends. Shows are on every Saturday at 2:00 pm, plus selected Friday evenings at 7:00 pm (usually at least twice per month).

We are looking for a Manager for the Snack Bar, which offers popcorn, hot dogs, coffee, hot chocolate, chocolate bars, etc. Training will be provided to suitable candidates. Below are the major responsibilities and qualifications for this position. If you would like to know more details about this exciting opportunity, please feel free to contact the Volunteer Coordinator at vc@familycinema.ca.

Major Responsibilities
• Schedule staff for each show confirming that all positions have enough trained volunteers in the role to provide efficient customer service
• Arrange that all new volunteers in Snack bar are adequately trained for each position in the Snack bar
• Ensure that all health and safety requirements are enforced
• Maintain required levels of inventory for each item offered at snack bar
• Respond to customer queries in a timely manner
• Effectively communicate with OFC manager about any issues or concerns in regard to the Snack bar and help plan corrective action
 
Qualifications
• Customer service experience (experience with supervising others is a plus)
• Strong people skills - ability to motivate, lead, train, and be part of a team
• Organized, self-directed, with strong communication skills
• Sense of humour
Endroit : 710 Broadview Ave, Ottawa, ON K2A 2M3
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Organisme : Mothercraft Ottawa
Mothercraft Ottawa's award winning Birth and Parent Companion Program is seeking volunteer Birth Companions for the Spring 2019 training.
This program recruits, screens, trains and matches volunteers to provide prenatal, labour/delivery, postpartum and parenting support to at risk families in Ottawa. Please note that Birth Companions do not perform medical tasks and are there solely for emotional, social, and sometimes physical support for the family. In addition, they are responsible for helping the family get connected to other support services in the city.
Applicants must be female and over the age of 18 to apply.
Those who speak multiple languages are considered an asset. We are actively seeking Arabic speakers, but all languages are welcome.
Endroit : 475 Evered Ave. Ottawa ON K1Z 5K9
Date limite pour postuler: 6 sep 2019
The bus driver is responsible for the safe transporting of senior Residents and participants to various events and activities coordinated by the Perley Rideau. Must possess a valid and applicable class of driver’s license, with a clean driving record; ON – Class F
Endroit : 1750 Russell Rd.
Date limite pour postuler: 4 oct 2019
Help raise funds to support our residents' needs! The Perley & Rideau Veterans' Health Centre Foundation is participating in the exciting, weekly "Catch the Ace" lottery. Daytime ticket sellers are needed, any day of the week. Must be 19 or older and love engaging with the public.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Volunteers assist physiotherapy staff to deliver group and one-to-one exercise sessions to residents in our long-term care home, including convalescent and sub-acute units. Weekday mornings. Please apply online at: https://www.perleyrideau.ca/volunteers
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Volunteers needed to help porter elderly residents (walking alongside or pushing wheelchairs) to weekly Ecumenical Service. Volunteers may also help to set up the chapel and provide companionship during the service. This service is open to all residents of our Seniors' Village and is officiated by a number of different Protestant and Baptist ministers. Volunteers needed from 1:30 - 3:30 PM Tuesdays, starting June 4, 2019.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Gift Boutique Volunteers assist residents, family members and staff to enjoy an affordable shopping experience in the comfort of our Seniors' Village. Starting September 2019, year-round opportunities will be available for Thursdays or Saturdays, 1:00 - 4:30 PM. Must be comfortable handling cash,operating a cash register (training provided) and helping the elderly with their purchases. Please apply online at: www.perleyrideau.ca/volunteers
Endroit : 1750 Russell Rd., Ottawa. ON
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Organisme : Frontier College
QUE FONT NOS BÉNÉVOLES ?

Le programme Club de devoirs du Collège Frontière offre un soutien aux enfants et aux jeunes partout au Canada. En tant que bénévole à la succursale Ruth E. Dickinson de la bibliothèque publique, vous aiderez les enfants et les jeunes de la 1ère à la 6ème année dans leur apprentissage de la lecture et de l’écriture en français. Vous pourrez également les aider avec les mathématiques, les sciences et l’anglais selon vos propres compétences.

Être bénévole au Club de devoirs est une excellente façon d'acquérir de l'expérience en éducation de la petite enfance et en tutorat en littératie! C’est aussi un environnement idéal pour contribuer aux mieux-être de votre communauté. Nous n'exigeons aucune expérience préalable en éducation et nous vous fournirons la formation et les matériaux nécessaires. Vous n'avez qu'à apporter vos compétences en communication, votre patience, votre enthousiasme, et votre amour de l'apprentissage!


OÙ ET QUAND SE DÉROULENT NOS ACTIVITÉS ?

Le plus nouveau Club de devoirs du Collège Frontière à Ottawa se tiendra à la succursale Ruth E. Dickinson de la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa de septembre 2019 à juin 2020. Le programme se déroulera les lundis de 18h à 19h30. La participation hebdomadaire est encouragée de la part des bénévoles; toutefois, l’horaire est flexible et peut accommoder vos disponibilités. Veuillez noter aussi que nos autres Clubs de devoirs à Ottawa recherchent toujours de nouveaux bénévoles !


COMMENT POSER SA CANDIDATURE?

Veuillez contacter sbrydges@frontiercollege.ca
Les candidats âgés de 18 ans et plus devront se soumettre à une vérification des antécédents pour travail auprès de personnes vulnérables (offerte gratuitement). Tous les candidats devront également fournir trois références sur demande.

Au plaisir de vous rencontrer!

https://www.facebook.com/FrontierCollegeOttawa/
https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Endroit : 100 Malvern Dr, Nepean, ON K2J 2G5
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Organisme : Frontier College
WHAT DO OUR VOLUNTEERS DO?

Frontier College's Homework Club Program offers homework and reading support for children and youth across Canada. As a volunteer with the Homework Club Program at Ruth E. Dickinson Library, you will help children and youth grades 1 to 6 to develop their reading and writing skills in English. Based on your own competencies, you may also help them develop skills in mathematics, science, and French.

Volunteering with the Homework Club Program is an excellent way to gain experience in early childhood education or literacy tutoring! It is also an ideal environment in which to contribute meaningfully to your community. We require no prior teaching experience and provide you with all of the training and materials you need. Just bring your communication skills, patience, enthusiasm and love of learning!


WHEN AND WHERE DO OUR ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE?

The Homework Club program at Ruth E. Dickinson Public Library runs from September 2019 to June 2020. The program will take place on Mondays from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. Volunteers are encouraged to participate weekly, but scheduling is flexible and can accommodate your availabilities. Note also that our other Homework Club across the city are always looking for volunteers!

HOW CAN YOU APPLY?

Contact sbrydges@frontiercollege.ca
Candidates aged 18 or over will be required to provide a vulnerable sector Police Check (free of charge). All candidates will be required to provide three references upon request.

We look forward to meeting you!

https://www.facebook.com/FrontierCollegeOttawa/
https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Endroit : 100 Malvern Dr, Nepean, ON K2J 2G5
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Monday Morning - 10 am - 1pm Only.
PLEASE go to http://www.pqchc.com/volunteers-students/volunteer-application/ to complete our volunteer application!
Supporting the volunteer group who coordinate the food bank located at the Pinecrest Terrace Community, the food bank volunteer will assist with receiving food deliveries, unpacking and organizing food and basic needs items. In addition, the volunteer will welcome residents and create a safe environment (when residents are in the community house)
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Rd.
Date limite pour postuler: 28 sep 2019
Veuillez enregistrer sur notre site:
http://www.pqchc.com/fr/benevoles-et-etudiants/benevoles-processus-de-demande/

À la recherche des bénévoles et mentors motives à travailler avec des adolescents.
De lundi à jeudi 19h30 pour une période de 2 à 3 heures
Horaire de service : de 15h30 à 19h30
Emplacements : site principal de Passeport (1365 chemin Richmond) et au “Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa” (2825 avenue Dumaurier).
Venez aider des jeunes à réussir l’école secondaire et à envisager des études au niveau postsecondaire.
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Rd.
Date limite pour postuler: 1 oct 2019
Please note: To apply for this position, you must complete a separate application form. You can find our application form here:

http://www.pqchc.com/volunteers-students/volunteer-application/

If you enjoy working with young children (age two months to 6 years), families/caregivers or would like to gain experience working with families from a diverse populations. We have a number of volunteer opportunities for you!! We are looking for volunteer assistants to help program staff to plan and deliver a variety of developmentally appropriate activities (art, music, circle time, puzzles, games, sensory activities, etc.) for young children, in a variety of on-site and off-site settings. Some basis office administrative support required, such as photocopying, preparing activities etc. Opportunities to support our toy lending library for families. If you have the ability to speak French, Somali or Arabic this would be considered an asset. A variety of daytime, weekend and early evening opportunities to fit your needs. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and work within a community health and social service environment. Opportunities to develop work place language skills and new strategies and techniques working with children and families. Ongoing training and workshops will be provided throughout the volunteer placement. In order to best match your skills and interest with the volunteer opportunity available, you will be required to: -Complete an application form. -Attend a personal interview. -Submit names and contact information for 2 references. -Undergo a police record check before starting your volunteer placement. -Participate in training and orientation session. After receiving your application, Volunteer Services will contact you within three (3) weeks for an interview. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Road, 2nd Floor, Ottawa, ON
and other locations
Date limite pour postuler: 1 sep 2019
Application must be submitted electronically by linking to the following: https://app.betterimpact.com/PublicOrganization/9a4a39a8-7765-419c-9425-5c40913e8c7c/1


Adults (ages 18+) from the African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) community who are willing to be Mentors to African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) youth ages 12-18.
The Together We Can Mentorship Program focus is to increase a sense of belonging amongst low-income black youth by: (1) building strong cultural identities through exposure to and work with black mentors and; (2) increasing their civic engagement through developing advocacy skills.

Role of Mentor
• Serve as a positive role model and friend.
• Build a kind, considerate, and empathetic relationship with youth
• Attend 3 hour, bi-weekly (total 6 hours a month) group mentorship meetings.
• Mentor a youth for 9 months (September-June).
• Strive for mutual respect.
• Build the self-esteem and confidence of ACB youth.
• Help youth set goals and encourage them to work toward accomplishing them.
• Participating in interactive workshops, trainings and leading sessions.
• Communicate regularly with program staff, submit activity information, and take constructive feedback regarding mentoring activities.
• To be a kind, considerate and empathetic adult in the lives of ACB youth.

Our approach and values
• Maintain a professional and respectful relationship with mentee.
• Be comfortable and able to establish appropriate boundaries.
• Work in a manner that incorporates overall health and recognizes all the areas of a healthy lifestyle.
• Respect and value the diversity of communities and individuals.


Les adultes (âgés de 18 ans et plus) de la communauté Africaine, Caribéenne et Noire (ACB) qui souhaitent devenir mentors de jeunes Africains, Caribéens et Noirs (ACB) âgés de 12 à 18 ans. Le programme de mentorat Together We Can vise à renforcer le sentiment d’appartenance chez les jeunes Noirs à faible revenu en: (1) établissant des identités culturelles solides en s’exposant à des mentors noirs et en travaillant avec eux; (2) en augmentant leur engagement civique en développant des compétences de plaidoyer.

Rôle du mentor
• Servir de modèle et d’ami positif.
• Établissez une relation gentille, attentionnée et empathique avec les jeunes
• Assister à des réunions de trois heures par semaine (total de six heures par mois).
• Mentor un jeune pendant 9 mois (septembre-juin).
• Respect mutuelle.
• Renforcer l’estime de soi et la confiance des jeunes ACB.
• Aidez les jeunes à se fixer des objectifs et encouragez-les à travailler pour les atteindre.
• Participer à des ateliers interactifs, à des formations et à des sessions dirigeantes.
• Communiquer régulièrement avec le personnel du programme, soumettre des informations sur les activités et recueillir des commentaires constructifs concernant les activités de mentorat.
• Être un adulte gentil et empathique dans la vie des jeunes ACB.

Notre approche et nos valeurs

• Maintenir une relation professionnelle et respectueuse avec le mentoré.
• Soyez à l'aise et capable d'établir des limites appropriées.
• Travailler d'une manière qui intègre la santé globale et reconnaît tous les domaines d'un mode de vie sain.
• Respecter et valoriser la diversité des communautés et des individus.

Endroit : Pinecrest Queensway CHC
1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 1 sep 2019
Application must be submitted electronically by linking to the following: https://app.betterimpact.com/PublicOrganization/9a4a39a8-7765-419c-9425-5c40913e8c7c/1


Adults (ages 18+) from the African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) community who are willing to be Mentors to African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) youth ages 12-18.
The Together We Can Mentorship Program focus is to increase a sense of belonging amongst low-income black youth by: (1) building strong cultural identities through exposure to and work with black mentors and; (2) increasing their civic engagement through developing advocacy skills.

Role of Mentor
• Serve as a positive role model and friend.
• Build a kind, considerate, and empathetic relationship with youth
• Attend 3 hour, bi-weekly (total 6 hours a month) group mentorship meetings.
• Mentor a youth for 9 months (September-June).
• Strive for mutual respect.
• Build the self-esteem and confidence of ACB youth.
• Help youth set goals and encourage them to work toward accomplishing them.
• Participating in interactive workshops, trainings and leading sessions.
• Communicate regularly with program staff, submit activity information, and take constructive feedback regarding mentoring activities.
• To be a kind, considerate and empathetic adult in the lives of ACB youth.

Our approach and values
• Maintain a professional and respectful relationship with mentee.
• Be comfortable and able to establish appropriate boundaries.
• Work in a manner that incorporates overall health and recognizes all the areas of a healthy lifestyle.
• Respect and value the diversity of communities and individuals.


Les adultes (âgés de 18 ans et plus) de la communauté Africaine, Caribéenne et Noire (ACB) qui souhaitent devenir mentors de jeunes Africains, Caribéens et Noirs (ACB) âgés de 12 à 18 ans. Le programme de mentorat Together We Can vise à renforcer le sentiment d’appartenance chez les jeunes Noirs à faible revenu en: (1) établissant des identités culturelles solides en s’exposant à des mentors noirs et en travaillant avec eux; (2) en augmentant leur engagement civique en développant des compétences de plaidoyer.

Rôle du mentor
• Servir de modèle et d’ami positif.
• Établissez une relation gentille, attentionnée et empathique avec les jeunes
• Assister à des réunions de trois heures par semaine (total de six heures par mois).
• Mentor un jeune pendant 9 mois (septembre-juin).
• Respect mutuelle.
• Renforcer l’estime de soi et la confiance des jeunes ACB.
• Aidez les jeunes à se fixer des objectifs et encouragez-les à travailler pour les atteindre.
• Participer à des ateliers interactifs, à des formations et à des sessions dirigeantes.
• Communiquer régulièrement avec le personnel du programme, soumettre des informations sur les activités et recueillir des commentaires constructifs concernant les activités de mentorat.
• Être un adulte gentil et empathique dans la vie des jeunes ACB.

Notre approche et nos valeurs

• Maintenir une relation professionnelle et respectueuse avec le mentoré.
• Soyez à l'aise et capable d'établir des limites appropriées.
• Travailler d'une manière qui intègre la santé globale et reconnaît tous les domaines d'un mode de vie sain.
• Respecter et valoriser la diversité des communautés et des individus.

Endroit : Pinecrest Queensway CHC
1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 1 sep 2019
Looking for awesome Tutors and Motivated Mentors. Medium to long term commitment - 6 - 12 months.
one evening per week roughly 5-8PM - Monday to Thursday.
Come in and connect with high school aged youth - academic support, organizational and time management skills. stay with us, and see what this program is changing the way our community operates.
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 1 sep 2019
Pathways to Education™ is a program that supports young people from low income communities to complete high school and move onto post-secondary education.
We are currently seeking a friendly and experienced individual with background in teaching and/or lesson planning.
Ability to use a developmental approach to teach reading, writing and spelling, and numeracy with an emphasis on reading accuracy, to help the student develop self-confidence and build phonological and phonemic awareness. Ability to guide and teach youth with mild to moderate intellectual disability. Strong preference for Somali background.
If you are interested, please contact Alejandra at a.calderonruiz@pqchc.com
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 1 sep 2019
The First Words Communication Checkup is an online screening tool for preschool children. The tool identifies developmental milestones that are not being met and refers the family to the appropriate services for their child’s development in Ottawa. We are seeking an individual to review currently translated material (Simplified Chinese) and compare with the current English text. This individual will also be required to test the content of the tool to ensure accuracy. Some translation will be required.

• Compare currently translated text (Simplified Chinese) with the English text provided.
• Identify script that does not match in both languages.
• Identify translation that is not correct or culturally appropriate.
• Provide translation in Simplified Chinese when possible.
• Review punctuation, spacing, content in Simplified Chinese.
• Testing of the tool to ensure correct messaging is appearing on screen.
• Fluent in Simplied Chinese and English
• Excellent writing skills in Simplified Chinese and English
• Some knowledge of child’s development
• Basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel
• Attention to detail
• Works independently /self motivated
• Ability to seek support from First Words when needed
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 30 août 2019
Organisme : Christie Lake Kids
Become a mentor and positive role model for youth ages 13-17. The Christie Lake Kids Leaders in Training (LIT) program motivates youth to pursue self confidence through opportunities for team building and personal growth. Mature volunteers are needed for on-site supervision and engagement, to offer support and guidance. We have three groups that meet weekly: We are in need of volunteers for our Rosemont Branch of the Somerset West CHC (30 Rosemont ave.). Interested volunteers must choose one group to work with, Monday Grade 9, Tuesday Grade 10 and Wednesday Grade 11 (Subject to change) and be available to attend 1 night a week consistently on a weekly basis. Some experience with strengths-based youth work is preferred but not necessary; we welcome anyone with enthusiasm for making a positive and direct contribution to our mission.
Endroit : 30 Rosemont Ave. Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
Organisme : Christie Lake Kids
Building Skills and Transforming Lives, it’s what we do. Are you passionate about helping kids from economically disadvantaged communities leap over barriers and learn new skills? Do you lead with energy and enthusiasm? Do you have any cooking and/or instructor experience? Do you have experience in education or leadership? Do you want to pass on your passion?

If so we are adding to our Program Volunteer Intake for Christie Lake Kids STAR (Skills through Arts and Recreation) and LIT (Leaders in Training) programs for our Fall 2019 community! To learn more visit our website www.christielakekids.com or email volunteer@chrsitielakekids.com to enquire today.
Endroit : 400 Coventry Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
Organisme : Christie Lake Kids
Building Skills and Transforming Lives, it’s what we do. Are you passionate about helping kids from economically disadvantaged communities leap over barriers and learn new skills? Do you lead with energy and enthusiasm? Do you have any soccer and/or coaching experience? Do you have experience in education or leadership? Do you want to pass on your passion?

If so we are adding to our Program Volunteer Intake for Christie Lake Kids STAR (Skills through Arts and Recreation) and LIT (Leaders in Training) programs for our Fall 2019 community! To learn more visit our website www.christielakekids.com or email volunteer@chrsitielakekids.com to enquire today.
Endroit : 400 Coventry Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
Organisme : Christie Lake Kids
Building Skills and Transforming Lives, it’s what we do. Are you passionate about helping kids from economically disadvantaged communities leap over barriers and learn new skills? Do you lead with energy and enthusiasm? Do you have any basketball and/or coaching experience? Do you have experience in education or leadership? Do you want to pass on your passion?

If so we are adding to our Program Volunteer Intake for Christie Lake Kids STAR (Skills through Arts and Recreation) and LIT (Leaders in Training) programs for our Fall 2019 community! To learn more visit our website www.christielakekids.com or email volunteer@chrsitielakekids.com to enquire today.
Endroit : 400 Coventry Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
Organisme : Christie Lake Kids
Building Skills and Transforming Lives, it’s what we do. Are you passionate about helping kids from economically disadvantaged communities leap over barriers and learn new skills? Do you lead with energy and enthusiasm? Do you have any hip hop experience and/or coaching experience? Do you have experience in education or leadership? Do you want to pass on your passion?

If so we are adding to our Program Volunteer Intake for Christie Lake Kids STAR (Skills through Arts and Recreation) and LIT (Leaders in Training) programs for our Fall 2019 community! To learn more visit our website www.christielakekids.com or email volunteer@chrsitielakekids.com to enquire today.
Endroit : 400 Coventry Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
Organisme : Christie Lake Kids
Building Skills and Transforming Lives, it’s what we do. Are you passionate about helping kids from economically disadvantaged communities leap over barriers and learn new skills? Do you lead with energy and enthusiasm? Do you practice a sport or art and want to spend more time sharing it? Do you have experience in education or leadership? Do you want to pass on your passion?

If so we adding to our Program Volunteer Intake for Christie Lake Kids STAR (Skills through Arts and Recreation) and LIT (Leaders in Training) programs for our Fall 2019 community! To learn more visit our website www.christielakekids.com or email volunteer@chrsitielakekids.com to inquire today.
Endroit : 400 Coventry Rd
Date limite pour postuler: 7 sep 2019
Shelter movers Ottawa is a volunteer-based charitable organization that provides moving and storage services at no cost to women and children experiencing abuse. We collaborate with community partners to help families transition to a life free of violence. Growing evidence suggests a significant long-term societal benefit as a result of breaking the cycle of violence. As part of a team, you will work with clients, their advocates, and the shelters. They answer emails requesting help. The job involves sending information requests to clients (often involving assistance and help of advocates). Here they're involved in acquiring information about what the client needs. Making lists of what, where, when, and who is part of move.
Essential Skills & Knowledge:
Strong communication skills--verbal and written.
Advanced interpersonal and public relations skills.
Professional, outgoing manner.
Ability to exercise tact and discretion--including protecting volunteer and client information.
A record of reliability and trustworthiness.
Self-motivated; able to work without supervision.
Able to prioritize workloads and meet established deadlines.
Able to work independently and as part of a team.
High attention to detail.
Familiarity with spreadsheets and database systems.
A positive, 'can-do' attitude.

Endroit : 110 Didsbury Rd Kanata K2T 0C2
Date limite pour postuler: 31 août 2019
Organisme : Frontier College
QUE FONT NOS BÉNÉVOLES ?

Le programme Club de devoirs du Collège Frontière offre un soutien aux enfants et aux jeunes partout au Canada. En tant que bénévole à la succursale Blackburn Hamlet de la bibliothèque publique, vous aiderez les enfants et les jeunes de la 1ère à la 6ème année dans leur apprentissage de la lecture et de l’écriture en français. Vous pourrez également les aider avec les mathématiques, les sciences et l’anglais selon vos compétences.

Être bénévole au Club de devoirs est une excellente façon d'acquérir de l'expérience en éducation de la petite enfance et en tutorat en littératie! C’est aussi un environnement idéal pour contribuer aux mieux-être de votre communauté. Nous n'exigeons aucune expérience préalable en éducation et nous vous fournirons la formation et les matériaux nécessaires. Vous n'avez qu'à apporter vos compétences en communication, votre patience, votre enthousiasme, et votre amour de l'apprentissage!


OÙ ET QUAND SE DÉROULENT NOS ACTIVITÉS ?

Le plus nouveau Club de devoirs du Collège Frontière à Ottawa se tiendra à la succursale Blackburn Hamlet de la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa de septembre 2019 à juin 2020. Les activités se dérouleront les lundis de 18h à 19h30. La participation hebdomadaire est encouragée de la part des bénévoles; toutefois, l’horaire est flexible et peut accommoder vos disponibilités. Veuillez noter aussi que nos autres Clubs de devoirs à Ottawa recherchent toujours de nouveaux bénévoles !


COMMENT POSER SA CANDIDATURE?

Veuillez contacter sbrydges@frontiercollege.ca
Les candidats âgés de 18 ans et plus devront se soumettre à une vérification des antécédents pour travail auprès de personnes vulnérables (offerte gratuitement). Tous les candidats devront également fournir trois références sur demande.

Au plaisir de vous rencontrer!

https://www.facebook.com/FrontierCollegeOttawa/
https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Endroit : 199 Glen Park Dr, Ottawa, ON K1B 5B8
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Organisme : Frontier College
WHAT DO OUR VOLUNTEERS DO?

Frontier College's Homework Club Program offers homework and reading support for children and youth across Canada. As a volunteer with the Homework Club Program at Blackburn Hamlet Public Library, you will help children and youth grades 1 to 6 to develop their reading and writing skills in English. Based on your own competencies, you may also help them develop skills in mathematics, science, and French.

Volunteering with the Homework Club Program is an excellent way to gain experience in early childhood education or literacy tutoring! It is also an ideal environment in which to contribute meaningfully to your community. We require no prior teaching experience and provide you with all of the training and materials you need. Just bring your communication skills, patience, enthusiasm and love of learning!


WHEN AND WHERE DO OUR ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE?

Frontier College’s newest Homework Club program in Ottawa will be held at the Blackburn Hamlet Public Library from September 2019 to June 2020. The program will run on Mondays from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. Volunteers are encouraged to participate weekly, but scheduling is flexible and can accommodate your availabilities. Note also that our other Homework Club across the city are always looking for volunteers!

HOW CAN YOU APPLY?

Contact sbrydges@frontiercollege.ca
Candidates aged 18 or over will be required to provide a vulnerable sector Police Check (free of charge). All candidates will be required to provide three references upon request.

We look forward to meeting you!

https://www.facebook.com/FrontierCollegeOttawa/
https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Endroit : 199 Glen Park Dr, Ottawa, ON K1B 5B8
Date limite pour postuler: 30 sep 2019
Organisme : Ottawa Paw Pantry
Ottawa Paw Pantry is seeking a grant writer. This volunteer is responsible for developing and writing grant proposals to grant-making organizations, with support from the Managing Partners.

The Grant Writer will assemble and submit grant requests, establish and maintain personal contact and relationships with granter contacts, conduct prospect research, and maintain a calendar of submissions and other deadlines.

This position requires someone who has excellent research, writing, and communication skills, is self-motivated, reliable, organized, thorough and timely. This volunteer will be responsible for:
- Researching potential grant opportunities from organizations that match our mission and values
- Writing and submitting grant applications, including reference letters, proposals, budgets
- Liaising with grant-making organizations to ask for feedback
- Track all proposed, pending and awarded grant programs by department.
- Work with team to develop and implement an annual development plan/strategy to increase annual grant income
- Report progress in grant research, grant submission and outcome to the Ottawa Paw Pantry’s Managing Partners
- Maintaining a calendar of funding opportunities
Endroit : Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: 2 oct 2019
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