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Are you a retired or working individual looking for an exciting volunteer opportunity?

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Ottawa is a not-for-profit seniors’ residence affiliated with Abbeyfield International, with 1,100 houses in 25 countries worldwide.

We are looking for a new member for our Residency Committee. Must have previous experience with seniors.

Description:
• Participate in monthly residency meetings on the second Wednesday afternoon of the month from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

• Discuss agenda items including issues relating to the wellbeing of current residents, problem solving, planning events, and handling enquires from people in the community who are interested in living at Abbeyfield.

• There is also an evening Residents' Meeting once every two months. This meeting gives the residents an opportunity to voice any ideas, questions or concerns they may have.
Endroit : 425 Parkdale Avenue
Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: oct 31, 2018
JUMELAGE
Nous cherchons des bénévoles motivé(es), qui parle une ou les deux langues officielles, afin d’aider les nouveaux arrivants avec leur intégration dans la société canadienne.
Certificats octroyés pour Bénévoles et clients!

MATCHING

We are looking for motivated volunteers, who speak one or both official languages, to help newcomers with their integration into canadian society.

Certificates granted for Volunteers and clients !
Endroit : Centre des services communautaires Vanier
Vanier Community Service Centre
290, rue Dupuis Street
Ottawa, ON K1L 1A2
Date limite pour postuler: oct 31, 2018
The Friends of the Ottawa Public Library Association (FOPLA) require volunteers to assist with upcoming operations at The Friends’ Bookshop on the ground level of the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library.

As a volunteer you will serve customers by selling books, handle the cash register, and make daily deposits. Duties will also involve receiving donations of used books, and sorting and shelving used books. All volunteers will be trained on these procedures.

The bookstore will be manned from 11AM-1PM and 4PM-6PM on Monday-Fridays, 10AM-2PM on Saturdays, and 1PM-5PM on Sundays (excluding the summer months). The bookstore will remain open on a self-serve basis for all other opening hours of the Main Branch.

Language: English proficiency required. Bilingualism is an asset.

Skills Required: Knowledge of books and customer service skills; must be friendly and courteous with the public; must have the ability to follow instructions and guidance and work effectively under pressure; must have the ability to make change; must be able to lift and sort books.

Time Requirement: 3 hours per week

We thank all applicants for their interest, but please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Endroit : 120 Metcalfe Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5M2
Date limite pour postuler: oct 31, 2018
We are a local Not-for-profit that works with Children and Youth from the surrounding low income families. We provide after school home work help and tutoring the children between the ages of 6-16.

We are look for volunteers to help these children with homework and assignments in various subjects.

If you are a passionate and patient person looking to give back to the community and work with some amazing children, this is the poistion for you!

We are looking for a commitment of once a week (minimum). Mon-Thurs 3.30-5.30 pm.
Endroit : 2483-A Walkley Rd
Date limite pour postuler: oct 31, 2018
Organisme : CNIB
Ambassador Partners are an integral part of the CNIB Ambassador team and support our client ambassadors in community engagements. CNIB Ambassadors and their partners promote education on vision health, vision loss and prevention, and research. CNIB Ambassadors are usually blind or partially sighted clients (or their loved ones) who tell their stories about the impact of vision loss, the abilities of blind and partially sighted Canadians, and the role CNIB plays in their lives. Ambassador partners will team up with our client ambassadors to provide transportation and assistance participating in community presentations and events.
Endroit : 1355 Bank St. suite 101
Ottawa, ON
K1H 8K7
Date limite pour postuler: oct 30, 2018
The Supervised Access Program is a province wide program, set up and funded through the Office of the Ontario Attorney General. Supervised Access Centers offer a safe, neutral and child-focused setting where visits and exchanges between children and non-custodial parents can take place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers.
Our volunteers:
- Supervise visits between non-custodial parents and child(ren),
- Work closely with staff to ensure the safety and comfort of the child(ren) for the duration of the visit,
- Redirect/intervene when visit guidelines are broken,
- Record detailed observation notes that provide factual information about each visit.

We are looking for individuals who:
- Have experience working with children and families from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds,
- Are aware of their own biases, emotions, and beliefs,
- Are reliable, empathetic, attentive to detail, and diplomatic,
- Are able to set boundaries and maintain client confidentiality,
- Can recognize and respond effectively to situations where the safety and well-being of children, parents, staff, volunteers, and the wider community could be at risk,
- Are available week-ends and can commit to one year of service,
- Speak fluent English or French; ability to speak other languages is a bonus!

We are always recruiting volunteers and would love to have you attend our next training session!

Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Brittany Smyth, for more information. Volunteers@familyservicesottawa.org or (613) 725-3601 ext. 123.
Endroit : 312 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa ON
Date limite pour postuler: oct 18, 2018
Organisme : Frontier College
Are you a Student, Retiree, or Professional looking for a meaningful and fun volunteer opportunity? Frontier College needs both French and English speaking volunteers to support children at locations throughout the city of Ottawa - Centre, South, West, and East. Training is provided. You do not need teaching experience and a Police Check is completed free of charge. References will also be provided upon request.

www.frontiercollege.ca
Endroit : Library sites throughout Ottawa - South, Centre, East, and West
Date limite pour postuler: oct 19, 2018
Do you have some spare time and enjoy crafts, art work, baking/cooking or drama? Do you like to exercise or enjoy yoga? Do you like challenging your creative side? Well if you do, we have several programs looking for individuals to run small groups for individuals with developmental disabilities once a week.
Endroit : Various locations throughout Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: oct 20, 2018
Experienced swimmers are needed to assist individuals with an intellectual disability attend a weekly swim group. The women's group is on Wednesday mornings and the men's group is on Friday morning . Time of group is 9:30 -11:30 a.m. The swim participants would meet you at the Jack Purcell pool.
Endroit : 320 Jack Purcell Lane - Centretown-Jack Purcell Pool
Date limite pour postuler: oct 20, 2018
What is Leisure Buddies? Leisure Buddies is about creating friendships between people who may not otherwise have had the chance to meet. Contact between individuals in the community and persons with developmental disabilities seldom occurs spontaneously. The Leisure Buddy program facilitates friendships by pairing individuals in one-to-one relationships. A Leisure Buddy friendship helps to break down barriers to inclusion and provides opportunities for shared experience, laughter and support. What is an intellectual disability? A developmental disability, also referred to as an intellectual disability, is a term used to describe any condition that includes a lifelong impairment to a person's ability to learn or to adapt to their environment. People with a developmental disability do not necessarily have a recognizable condition. Some examples of diagnosed conditions are autism, Down Syndrome and Williams Syndrome. The degree of disability varies greatly from person to person. Developmental disabilities may or may not be accompanied by physical disabilities. Most individuals live in a group home or on their own with support and may have limited contact with the larger community. The Leisure Buddy program provides a safe and caring way for our individuals to become more independent, and to enjoy the benefits of a special friendship which extends beyond their family members and paid care providers. What type of commitment do I need to make to be a Leisure Buddy Companion? The most important part of the Leisure Buddy program is friendship. Buddies make contact with each other once a week by telephone. It is expected that one-to-one outings will happen twice per month.
Endroit : This varies depending on who your are matched with.
Date limite pour postuler: oct 20, 2018
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