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Find a good cause and go for it! Whether it’s your first time volunteering or you are a seasoned veteran, we've got you covered. What type of non-profit organization do you want to volunteer for? What kind of volunteering do you want to do? Who do you want to help? You can search below for these and other preferences. If you aren’t sure exactly what you are looking for, start a wide search then narrow it down.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed at Clifford Bowey PS - Special Education School. The school was opened in 1970 to meet the academic and social needs of students with developmental delays/disabilities.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

Assistance is often required in their leisure and therapeutic pool and/or in their music and movement classes. If you think you can assist, they would be delighted to welcome you! 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.
Location: Clifford Bowey School
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) Elementary Schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
Ottawa Volunteers in Education (OVIE) arranges tutoring placements in both elementary and secondary schools to enrich and improve student learning.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The volunteers will be asked to perform different tasks depending on their interest and skills and according to the needs of the schools. 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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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!
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
The Heart of the City Piano Program is committed to bringing the joy of music to the lives of the socio-economically under-privileged children of Ottawa.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

Requires a recent vulnerable sector police check (PVSC) clearance for service with the vulnerable sector. (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 interested please contact the Heart of the City Program Piano Program Coordinator(s) at : uottawa.hcpp@gmail.com. After you are pre-approved by the Heart of the City Coordinator(s) please go ahead and 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 to meet to discuss the details/scheduling. Thank you for your consideration.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
The Community Living Class at Bell High School serves students with special needs.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

Opportunities for reading buddies, games, art and crafts, caller for time bingo, cooking, field trips computer skills. There are a maximum of 10 students per classroom. Bell would like to have volunteers join the program and share their interests and talents. They are always open to new ideas and they would be delighted to welcome 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.
Location: Bell High School Nepean
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: Adult High School Rochester Street
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
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.
Location: various schools
Deadline: Jun 22, 2018
The Accountant role will contribute to the overall success of the company by effectively managing the financial services division with the aim of providing accounting, financial, auditing and taxation services to the organization.

General Responsibilities: Financial Performance and Viability
Examine and analyze journal and ledger entries, bank statements, inventories, expenditures, tax returns and other accounting and financial records to ensure financial recording accuracy and compliance with established accounting standards, procedures and internal controls
Control and evaluate the operation of an accounting, audit or other financial procedures
Examine financial accounts and records and prepare income tax returns from accounting records
Ensure all financial reports are in compliance with provisions of the Income Tax Act, Canadian Business Corporations Act or other statutory requirements
Preparation of all year-end financial statements
Review all internal accounting procedures and provide advice to improve fiscal transparency and responsibility
Professional Qualifications
Preferred bachelor’s degree or college certificate in accounting or financial management
Experience in accounting, auditing, budgeting, financial, planning and analysis of financial activities
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
Effective time-management abilities
Self-motivation
Ability to work well independently and also within a team environment
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
Ability to draw on previous experience and technical knowledge to provide recommendations and services to the benefit of the organization
Enthusiastic attitude with a desire to learn
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
General office software (Microsoft Office Suite)
Roles and Responsibilities
Prepare budget, forecast and annual budget in consultation with the leadership team
Monitor risk management policies and procedures to ensure organization’s risks are minimized
Coordinate with leadership team to maximize income where possible and appropriate
About the Ottawa Skateboard Community Association (OSCA)
OSCA provides recreational and mentorship opportunities by promoting the physical, social, creative and community-building benefits of skateboarding.

Our programs for kids and youth engage with communities through skateboarding to bring about empowerment and positive change with an aim toward poverty reduction.

Location: 562 Somerset Street West
Deadline: May 18, 2018
Court Set-up (pre-event) - Thursday, July 12
Volunteers will assist the Logistic team to set up for the event. Volunteers should wear closed toed shoes for safety.

Court Tear Down - Saturday, July 14
Volunteers may be assigned to various areas of the site. The Logistics Committee will lead and assist with tear down. Volunteers should wear closed toed shoes for safety.

Site Tear Down and Clean up - Saturday, July 14
Volunteers may be assigned to various areas of the site. Volunteers should wear closed toed shoes for safety, bring appropriate gloves if desired.

Shifts:
Court Set up (Thursday shift only) 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM 8 volunteers

Court Tear Down (Saturday evening) 4:00 PM - 08:30 PM 17 volunteers

Site Tear Down and Clean up Bar-Beach 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM 25 volunteers
Location: Ottawa, ON
Deadline: Jul 11, 2018
Special Olympics Ontario - Greater Ottawa is looking for an assistant to work alongside our Treasurer.

Purpose:
To maintain and monitor the financial transactions and records of the Community.

Qualifications:
-Some bookkeeping or accounting experience
-Demonstrated capabilities and trustworthiness in financial management
-Ability to create financial statements and budgets and to monitor day to day financial transactions
-Computer and email access is strongly recommended

Duties and Responsibilities:
-Maintain accurate financial record of the Community’s transactions, including receipts and bank statements
-Act as signing authorities within the Community
-Issue cheques for volunteer expenses
-Act as a resource to Community volunteers on all financial matters
-Ensure that proper financial accountability is maintained within the Community and that SOO’s financial policies are adhered to
-With the assistance of the Head Coaches, Community Coordinator, prepare and submit all applications for grants to the Provincial office
-With the assistance of the Community Coordinator, Executive Members, and Head Coaches prepare the annual budget for the community
-Maintain Special Olympics e-mail address that is provided to you

Time Requirement:
Two to five hours per week is the estimated time line

Duration of Position:
Two-year term or as per Community by-laws

Accountability:
-To work in cooperation with the Community Council and with the membership
-To submit reports as required to the Provincial Office of Special Olympics Ontario

Orientation and Training:
-Orientation and Training is available through the outgoing Treasurer, and with the Provincial Staff Representative
Location: Ottawa, ON
Deadline: Jul 10, 2018
Organization: Green Wave Soccer
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 family will help guide you through your training and we offer unlimited support to ensure you get the most out of being an assistant coach at our sessions.
We offer coaches the opportunity to progress from Assistant to Lead coach which in turn can lead to part time paid employment ($15-$20ph + bonuses).

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, energetic and have a passion for coaching/working with children.

Work Experience
• Soccer playing experience
• Ability to communicate 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 (under 1.5-10 years)
• Ability to work as part of a team.

Summary
• Proactive pre-session planning of each session attended
• Actively assisting the lead coach with the full conduct of all sessions in the days programme, with an emphasis on timekeeping, monitoring of the safety of the children and the physical environment, and successfully and caring motivation of the children to participate fully
• Reporting to and coordination with your supervisor to ensure the maintenance of high quality Little Kickers sessions at all times.
Location: Locations are open across the city.
Deadline: Jun 1, 2018
Henry Burris All-Star Weekend Volunteer Opportunities
The Henry Burris All-Star Weekend is a two day event (May 13th & 14th) in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ottawa. This event is mostly staffed by volunteers. We are looking for 40 volunteers for day 1 and 10 volunteers for day 2. The event features top sports stars and celebrities from Ottawa and from around Canada.
Day 1 (May 13th) Shift 7:45am-1pm:
- Kids’ camp at TD Place where our all-stars host 250 kids
- The All-Stars take them through sports drills and some training exercises
- The children are on the field for 2 hours
- Lunch is provided
- Each child gets a swag bag with an event t-shirt and goodies
Volunteer roles for day 1:
- Set up
- Registration
- Youth supervision
- Bus greeters
- Floaters
- On field team leaders
- Security
- Tear Down
Day 2 (May 14th) Shifts 8am-2pm & 3pm-9pm:
- Golf tournament at Kanata Lakes Golf & Country Club
- Silent auction
- Dinner
- Live auction
Volunteer jobs on day 2:
- Set up
- Registration
- Cart drivers
- Runners
- Games hosts
- Raffle ticket sellers
- Silent auction set up
- Tear down
Location: TD Place and Kanata Lakes Golf And Country Club
Deadline: May 6, 2018
Be a volunteer tutor and mentor for the ELF's Sage Youth Programs. Work one-on-one, and in small groups with marginalized children and youth.

We are presently recruiting volunteers who are available immediately, for our afternoon program in downtown Ottawa. This location serves refugee children. The program runs on Mondays thru Wednesdays (1 pm to 3 pm), from now until the end of June. We are closed for the month of July, but we would need volunteers who could resume working with us in August 2018.

We are also looking for volunteer support in the Fall of 2018 to work at our Monday and Tuesday morning program (9:30 am to 11:30am) in the west-end of Ottawa. This location is in a high-school, serving youth with a broad range of exceptionalities.

You will be provided with all necessary training and materials. A vulnerable sector police check and 2 professional references are required.

Please join us and support students with their literacy and life-skills. Come with your patience and good will to teach, mentor, and become a hero.

For more information about the ELF's Sage Youth programs, please visit our website at www.excellenceinliteracy.org. You may contact us by email at sageyouth@hotmail.com or by phone at 613-838-5539.

We look forward to hearing from you!
Location: High school in the west end of Ottawa; refugee shelter in downtown Ottawa
Deadline: May 11, 2018
Sophie lives in the Sandy Hill area and is looking for someone who can help her engage in her community by attending local events, going for coffee, walking with her and possibly providing some practical help (understanding documents, basic computer skills and budgeting). An ideal volunteer Advocate for Sophie would be someone who is down-to-earth, patient and understanding.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

Change Two Lives - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMcWEQdN920

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Location: 60 Mann Ave, K1N 6Y5
Deadline: Jun 8, 2018

Jed, is in his late 40s, and has been waiting since 2008 for a volunteer Advocate. His needs are simple - someone to go for walks with him and out for coffee. He’d also like to watch movies and go bowling.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people! Change Two Lives - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMcWEQdN920

INTERESTED
Location: 700 Montreal Rd, K1A0P7
Deadline: Jun 8, 2018
Volunteer with previous experience on not-for-profit board of directors, sought for dynamic cancer patient advocacy agency. CCSN's mission is to empower collaborative action by cancer patients, families, and communities to identify and work to remove barriers to optimal patient care. We encourage recognition of the validity of patient lived experience as legitimate voice in health care decision making
Willing to learn more about the nonprofit, prepare for and attend board and committee meetings, ask questions, take responsibility and follow through on assignments, contribute personal and financial resources depending on circumstances, open doors in the community and evaluate oneself as a board member.
Possess honesty, sensitivity to and tolerance of differing views, a friendly, responsive and patient approach, community-building skills, a sense of values and a sense of humor, personal integrity and concern for the nonprofit's development. Commitment to CCSN's mission and programs.
Location: 1750 Courtwood Crescent, Suite 210, Ottawa K2C 2B5
Deadline: May 15, 2018
FRIDAYS - 9am to NOON (0-6 years old)
The Caregivers Playgroup is a free playgroup for caregivers and children. It provides the opportunity to discover new toys, develop skills and make new friends. As a valuable volunteer you will provide a welcoming and supportive environment for caregivers and children. You will assist the facilitator with set up, clean up and maintenance of the playroom.
Location: Main Address: 420 Cooper Street
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
*FEMALE VOLUNTEERS PREFERRED DUE TO THE NATURE OF THE POSITION.*

Tuesdays 9:30am to 12:30pm

The Centretown Community Health Centre's Welcome Baby Program requires a volunteer to provide a welcoming environment for expecting mothers, babies and parents attending the pre-natal nutrition program.

Major Responsibilities:
- To greet and welcome expecting mothers and families (parents and babies) upon their arrival.
- Help the staff members and group participants as needed (e.g. preparing meals or snacks, cleaning fruits and vegetables, providing program flyers and resources).
- Help parents as needed (e.g. hold a baby).
- Assist with setting up the room for the program and for cleaning up at the end of the program.

Location: Main Address: 420 Cooper Street
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
DO YOU SPEAK Chinese, French, Somali, Nepali, Punjabi? if SO, WE NEED YOUR HELP!

In partnership with community-based organizations, chronic disease partners, community leaders, and others, SCREEN provides chronic disease risk assessment screening, education about the Canadian health care system, and referrals for people who are at high risk of chronic disease. SCREEN also provides training for health care providers about culturally sensitive care. For more information about SCREEN, please visit www.champlainscreen.ca

A team of volunteers is needed to support SCREEN’s community organizing, network building and chronic disease screening work. The ideal candidates will be able to commit to approximately 40 hours of work, spread over a year period. The minimum commitment is 3-4 events per month over the course of the year. There is flexibility in the dates and times of the work.

The position is designed to offer hands-on experience in the diverse field of community health. The role will offer volunteers an opportunity to try out new work roles and interact with people from a diversity of cultures and professions in different community locations.

Major Responsibilities:
• The Core volunteers will assist SCREEN at the screening events in one or more of following tasks:
o Registration
o Help clients complete the CANRISK questionnaire
o Interpretation
o Refer high risk clients to appropriate services and program (forms and resources provided)
o Workshop delivery (volunteers with a medical background, PowerPoint slides provided)
o Hand out and collect the evaluation forms
o Prepare and serve refreshments
o Set up and cleanup of the event venue
• Take a leadership role in assigned station(s) and ensure the quality and accuracy at screening events.
• Assist in the promotion of events and the SCREEN Program among various communities by recruiting event volunteers and distributing brochures and flyers.
• Volunteers can also sign up to attend various community events such as Community Heath Fair and community celebrations to promote SCREEN
• Volunteers may be asked to be involved in the health care provider training about culturally sensitive care if required

Qualifications:
• Demonstrated experience in community development and engagement.
• Experience working with high risk and immigrant populations.
• Experience in delivering presentation/workshop to multicultural communities
• Knowledge and experience working in community settings
• Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends
• Attend the volunteer trainings
• English, written and spoken
• The ability to communicate in one of these languages (Chinese, French, Somali, Nepali, Punjabi) a definite asset.
Location: 420 Cooper St., Ottawa, Ontario
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
As a member of the Ottawa Good Food Box team of volunteers, the Good Food Box Packer packs boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables once a month for delivery to neighbourhood sites. Are you: Able to commit 6 hours per month? Comfortable working as part of a team in a fast-paced environment? Reliable? Physically able to bend and do light lifting (10 - 15 lbs) for 5 hours? Also, a general interest in food, health, and community is an asset! Please note that the packing does not happen in our downtown Centre. Packing day takes place in a warehouse in an East end industrial park, accessible by bus.

Packing Dates for 2018

Tuesday, January 16

Tuesday, February 20

Tuesday, March 20

Tuesday, April 17

Tuesday, May 15

Tuesday, June19

Tuesday, July 17

Tuesday, August 14

Tuesday, September 18

Tuesday, October 16

Tuesday, November 20

Tuesday, December 18

Location: 785 Taylor Creek Drive, Ottawa ON
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Organization: Youth Science Canada
Roughly 500,000 K-12 students in Canada do science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) projects every year. Youth Science Canada’s network of community based members hosts 25,000 of these students at over 100 science fairs in every province and territory, where STEM professionals meet the young scientists and review their projects. They select the top 500 for the national finals—the Canada-Wide Science Fair—coming to Ottawa from May 12-18, 2018, to be held at Carleton University.
A week-long, national event held every May since 1962, the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF)
brings together the 500 top grade 7-12/Cégep students with 400 projects from every province and territory to compete for medals, cash prizes, scholarships and exclusive science opportunities.
Early in the week of the CWSF, the focus for the grade 7-12/Cégep finalists is on scientific, social, and cultural program activities, as well as the competition. But on the last three days, they share their STEM passion and projects with visiting students, teachers, and the public. Three days of school and public viewing (Wednesday, May 16 to Friday, May 18) will welcome over 10,000 visitors, who can also explore STEM Expo—100 interactive and inspiring exhibits featuring ideas and opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math.
Local students interact with kids like themselves from across Canada, learning first-hand how curiosity and a desire to make the world better lead to intriguing questions, ingenious solutions—and a lot of fun. It’s a powerful experience.
We need volunteers to help with a wide range of activities and tasks. There’s something for everyone - volunteer for a few hours or a few days! Bilingual volunteers are especially welcome.

Volunteer Teams:
Arrivals & Registration: Meet and greet participants at the airport and train station, bus guides, loading and unloading of luggage and participants, greeters at Carleton, help delegations with the registration process, find their residence rooms and answer general questions (May 12th).
Transportation: Experienced, mature drivers are required to drive cube vans containing luggage from the airport and train station to (and from) Carleton University (May 12th and 18th).
Safety Checks: Perform safety checks on all the projects (May 13th).
Judging Support: Greet incoming judges, staff the registration table to register arriving judges, verify all judging teams are complete, ensure that only judges, finalist support team and others authorized by the Chief Judge are present on the exhibit floor (May 14th).
Information Booth: Staff information booth in the exhibit hall to answer questions from participants, judges and visitors (May 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th).
Tour Day: Loading/unloading buses, guide participants to downtown core, be present at key locations downtown to act as guides and provide assistance and information, assist with walking participants from downtown to University of Ottawa for evening BBQ (May 15th).
Social Events: Assist at Opening Ceremony (May 13th) “Night at the Museum” (May 14th) and finalists’ lounge (May 16th).
STEM Expo: Help with set-up (May 15th), assist STEM Expo coordinator (May 16th, 17th & 18th).
School Tours: Runners/helpers to assist with school tours (May 16th, 17th & 18th).
Awards Ceremony/Banquet: Ticket checks, ticket sales, assistance with awards ceremony (May 17th).
General: Set-up/tear-down, office assistants, runners and floaters.
Photographers: Roving photographers for all social events, school tours, STEM Expo.
Location: Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6
Deadline: May 4, 2018
Organization: CNIB
CNIB Store needs a customer service representative to demonstrate and sell assistive devices for daily living to help people with low vision. We sell products such as magnifiers, talking watches, sunglasses, writing guides, large button phones.
Location: 1355 Bank St. Suite 101
Deadline: Jun 1, 2018
The Lowertown 4vs4 organizers will be hosting its 3rd annual basketball tournament on Saturday May 5th, 2018.

This year we have two divisions : Junior (12-15 years) and Seniors (16-18 years). Max of 8 players per team and each team must have a team coach/representative who is at least 21 years of age or older.

We are seeking volunteers to help with the following tasks during the event (Saturday May 5th between 8 am and 5:30 pm)

- 2 vollunteers for score keeping
- 2 volunteers to keep track of points on paper
- 2 volunteers to watch the halls
- 2 volunteers to watch the gym
- 2 volunteers in the cafeteria
- 1 volunteer as general helper

https://www.lt4vs4.com/volunteer
Location: Gyms in De La Salle Highschool - 501 Old St. Patrick Street, Ottawa, On, K1N 8R3
Deadline: Apr 23, 2018
On our 6.5 hectare site we have sheds, gardens, pathways, ponds and bush  area. Planting native plants, bushes and trees make up a large part of our work, but at the same time there is always other odd jobs that need to be done. Cutting grass, removing invasive bushes, maintaining the pathways , weeding the pond, pruning bushes and trees, scything new growth areas, putting up fencing, maintain the benches & The list of jobs that comes up during the summer is never ending. We have projects that are best done by a team and other smaller things that can be done by individuals. Several groups at the Garden have a weekly work schedule, but others come and go at their convenience. We have two large sheds with a wide variety of tools that can be used to get the work done. Check our website (http://www.ofnc.ca/fletcher.php) to get a better idea of what we are doing. For more information phone messages can be left at 613-234-6767 and we can be reached by email at fletcher@ofnc.ca, but please give us at least a week to reply. NOTE: The gravel road to Fletcher Wildlife Garden is located off Prince of Wales Drive, south of the Arboretum. Look for the FWG sign opposite the parking lot for the Agriculture Museum. Currently there is no bus service along Prince of Wales.
Location: Prince of Wales Drive
Deadline: Jul 1, 2018
Interested in local plants and wildlife? Enjoy working outdoors? Fletcher Wildlife Garden is looking for volunteers to plant, weed, and remove invasive species, particularly in our “Back Yard Garden.” The BYG is intended as a demonstration site to show gardeners in Ottawa what local plants can be used to attract and support butterflies, pollinators, and birds. Work in our “Butterfly Garden” involves planting and maintaining a variety of plants that attract and sustain butterflies and other pollinators.
Enjoy working in the outdoors with friendly people starting in May. Willingness to work with a team trumps lack of experience.
All activities start at our Interpretation Centre. Volunteers should dress for the weather and the work and bring their own water. The FWG is best reached by car or bicycle, as public transit is no longer available.
Just come on out, or check our website (http://www.ofnc.ca/fletcher.php) for further information. Messages can be left at 613-234-6767 and we can be reached by email at fletcher@ofnc.ca, but please give us at least a week to reply. NOTE: The gravel road to Fletcher Wildlife Garden is located off Prince of Wales Drive, south of the Arboretum. Look for the FWG sign opposite the parking lot for the Agriculture Museum. Currently there is no bus service along Prince of Wales.
Location: Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa
Deadline: Jul 1, 2018
Many people would like to help at the Fletcher Wildlife Garden, but do not want to be tied down to a particular day and time to help out in one of our work groups. We have created a strategy that we call “work nodes” that allows you to work on your own, at your own pace. Under the guidance of one of our long-time volunteers, you will be helped to find a small area of the garden that you would like to adopt. It will then be your responsibility to take care of your node, which may require removal and control of invasive species, planting native plants / shrubs / trees, mulching to discourage unwanted plants, etc., for the entire growing season. Time commitment can vary from one afternoon a month to weekly chores — it’s up to you! Tools, instructions, advice, and feedback will be provided to assist you as you work on your node.
Location: Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa
Deadline: Jul 1, 2018
We are looking for people who would be willing to lead small groups around the Fletcher Wildlife Garden, to explain what we are doing, and how we do it. Groups range from young people to seniors. You don’t have to be a botanist, a naturalist, or an expert in pollinators to lead a group. Walks around the garden generally last about an hour, and can involve some or all of our property. Walks only happen if the weather co-operates.
We will organize an orientation walk with new leaders to give you more information on the Fletcher Garden before you start leading walks yourself.
Location: Fletcher Wildlife Garden, Prince of Wales Drive
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Organization: Hidden Harvest Ottawa
As we head into our 6th year as an organization, we are preparing for growth and our advisory committee is looking for 2 new members. We welcome people from diverse backgrounds who are able to commit to monthly meetings and who have a passion for leading Trainings and Volunteer Management, Outreach, or Accounting/Fundraising, or other related efforts.

We are looking for folks with some combination of the following values & skills:

-A strong commitment to Hidden Harvest Ottawa values, mission, and goals.
-Ability to commit a minimum of 6 hours/month to Hidden Harvest Ottawa’s monthly Advisory Committee meetings (2 hours/month) and more as needed based on your interests and the needs of the organization (4+ hours).
-Experience in non-profit/charitable/social enterprise organizational management
-Knowledge of local fruit and nuts, knowledge of local context, and an interest in any of the following: leading trainings and/or volunteers, developing new mutually beneficial partnerships and sponsorship, supporting creative outreach, and/or participating in educational events, etc.
Experience in non-profit/charitable/social enterprise organizational management.


Interested?

Please send your resume and a short written letter (300 words or less) on your experience, interests, and why you think you could be an excellent addition to our Advisory Committee. Please send all applications to info@hiddenharvestottawa.ca and be sure to write “Advisory Committee Member Interest - your name” in the subject line of your e-mail.

We can't wait to hear from you!
Location: We do not have an official office!
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Meals on Wheels is currently looking for Administrative Support/Meal Delivery Volunteer who will provide support to the Saturday Coordinator at the Meals on Wheels office. This role requires the volunteer to have a valid driver's license and access to their own vehicle, as they may be asked to cover delivery routes in case of a last minute volunteer cancellation. The volunteer must be comfortable with delivering anywhere in the Meals on Wheels catchment area of delivery. French-English bilingualism is required for this position.


Duties and responsibilities include:
-Being available to go out on delivery of a meal route if needed
-Answering the telephone and directing calls.
-Replying to general information requests.
-Preparing welcome packages for new clients.
-Preparing volunteer orientation packages
-Photocopying and faxing.
-Inputting new clients into the database
-Inputting new volunteers into the database
Other duties as assigned.


Additional information and asset qualifications:
-Some bending and/or lifting required
-The ability to work with direction and as part of a team
-Knowledge of working with seniors living in the community is an asset
-Demonstrated skills and experience working with volunteers is an asset



Time commitment:
-a weekly commitment on Saturdays between 9:30am-1:00pm

Location: 670 Albert St.
Ottawa, Ontario
K1R 6L2
Deadline: Jul 1, 2018
The Canada Science and Technology Museum will offer 3 summer camps per week. Join us and be part of a great team leading STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) based activities with campers! Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age and be available for at least 1 camp (5 straight days: Monday to Friday). 2 scheduling options: 8 am to 4 pm or 9 am to 5 pm.

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Le musée des sciences et de la technologie du Canada offrira 3 camps d'été. Joignez-vos à nous et faites partie d'une équipe qui offira des activités STIAM (Science, Technologie, Ingénieurie, Arts, Mathématiques) aux campeurs! Les bénévoles doivent être âgés d'au moins 14 ans et être disponible pour 1 camp ou plus (5 jours consécutifs: lundi au vendredi). 2 choix d'horaire: 8h à 16h ou 9h à 17h.
Location: Canada Science and Technology Museum
1867 St-Laurent Blvd
Ottawa ON K1G 5A3
Deadline: Jun 13, 2018
We are currently seeking to (1) fundraiser manager (2)door to door fundraiser (3)phone fundraiser for our organization. Good communication skills in English and French an asset. Experience an asset, knowledge of NGO or Not for Profits also helpful.
Location: 265 Montreal Rd. Ottawa ON
Deadline: May 31, 2018
Organization: AFP Ottawa Chapter
The AFP Ottawa Chapter is seeking volunteers to join our Engagement Committee.

We are looking for enthusiastic communicators with a passion for philanthropy who can help engage future AFP Ottawa Members during various Chapter events (Fundraising Day, Phils, Lunch & Learn Sessions, Social activities) in order to vaunt the Chapter’s many benefits and opportunities available.

Preference to applicants with previous membership, volunteer coordination, and networking experience. Strong relationship building skills are also recommended. I’m looking for you, long-standing AFP Members!

This is a long-term opportunity involving 1 to 2 hours a month (usually spent attending events) and ongoing communication with other Board Chairs & Committees.

This opportunity is open to both current and previous AFP members - though Membership with the Ottawa Chapter is an asset.
Location: 436 - 900 Greenbank Road, Ottawa, ON K2J 4P6
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Organization: AFP Ottawa Chapter
The AFP Ottawa Chapter is seeking enthusiastic volunteers to join our Professional Development Committee.

We are looking for independent leaders with a passion for philanthropy who can help plan, coordinate and facilitate professional development presentations that benefit AFP Ottawa members. Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) securing location, ordering refreshments, assisting with event registration, etc.

Preference to applicants with previous event coordination and meeting facilitation experience. Strong networking skills are also recommended.

This is a long-term opportunity (1-year term) involving 1 to 2 hours weekly, with face-to-face meetings taking place once per quarter.

This opportunity is open to both current and future AFP members - though Membership with the Ottawa Chapter is an asset.
Location: 436 - 900 Greenbank Road, Ottawa, ON K2J 4P6
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Organization: Bruce House
Bruce House needs a volunteer experienced in data entry and available daytime during May and June, days/hours flexible. Work involves entering event donations into a CRM/tax receipting system.
Location: 251 Bank Street, Suite 402
Deadline: May 4, 2018
Unitarian House is a vibrant community of seniors seeking applications for Board Governors with a background in finance, property management, fund raising and elder care.

New Governors will be selected based on skill set and ability to work cooperatively, with additional attention paid to commitment to UHO values.
Location: 20 Cleary Ave, Ottawa ON, K2A 3Z9
Deadline: May 31, 2018
The City of Ottawa is proud to present Doors Open Ottawa (DOO), a free annual event that celebrates our community’s built heritage. During the first full weekend in June, over 140 of the city’s historically, culturally, and functionally significant buildings will open their doors for the public’s viewing pleasure.

Where: City-wide event, from Carp to Cumberland

When: June 2 and 3, 2018 from 10 am to 4 pm

Building/Site Volunteer Opportunities:
Volunteers assist building/site staff with the following tasks:
• Greet and welcome visitors;
• Hand out event material;
• Track the number of visitors arriving on site;
• Act as a building guide and provide building information;
• Ensure line-ups and large groups remain organized;
• Invite visitors to complete a Doors Open Ottawa Visitor Survey.

Volunteer Schedule:
Morning and afternoon shifts are available during Doors Open Ottawa. The schedule is designed to give volunteers an opportunity to visit other buildings before/after the shift is complete. However, if desired, volunteers are welcome to volunteer for all four shifts. Shift times are as follows:
a. Morning shift: 9:45 am to 1:00 pm
b. Afternoon shift: 12:45 pm to 4:00 pm

Volunteer Requirements:
• Volunteers must be a minimum of 14 years old to participate.
• Volunteers 14 to 17 years old require parents’ signatures on a parental consent form as well as on a photo consent form.
• Volunteers must complete an online application.
• Volunteers must complete provincially mandated online accessibility training (AODA) in order to volunteer with the City of Ottawa. Email confirmation of training completed required.
• Volunteers must wear the DOO 2018 t-shirt during their volunteer shifts

Get Involved:
If you would like to get involved, DOO 2018 will be hosting information sessions for new volunteers on:
• 14 May from 6 to 8 p.m. in Room 1A at Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centrepointe Drive, and
• 17 May from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Councillors’ Lounge at City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West.

Contact Information:
For more information please contact Daniele Hamonic at 613-580-2424, ext. 19042, or heritagevolunteers@ottawa.ca.

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La Ville d’Ottawa est fière de présenter Portes ouvertes Ottawa (POO), activité annuelle gratuite qui met en valeur le patrimoine bâti de notre collectivité. Pendant la première fin de semaine de juin, plus de 140 édifices de la ville d’importance historique, culturelle et fonctionnelle ouvriront leurs portes pour le plaisir des visiteurs.

Où : Activité qui se tient à la grandeur de la ville, de Carp à Cumberland

Quand : Les 2 et 3 juin 2018, de 10 h à 16 h

Bénévoles pour les sites/édifices
Les bénévoles aident les employés de l’édifice ou sur place à assumer les tâches suivantes :
• Accueillir les visiteurs et leur souhaiter la bienvenue;
• Distribuer les documents de l’activité;
• Comptabiliser le nombre de visiteurs arrivant sur place;
• Faire office de guide de l’édifice et fournir de l’information à son sujet;
• Veiller à ce que les files et les grands groupes demeurent organisés;
• Inviter les visiteurs à répondre au sondage de Portes ouvertes Ottawa.

Horaire des bénévoles :
Des quarts de matin et d’après-midi sont offerts pendant l’activité Portes ouvertes Ottawa. L’horaire vise à donner la possibilité aux bénévoles de visiter d’autres édifices avant ou après leur quart. Toutefois, les bénévoles qui le souhaitent peuvent se porter volontaires pour les quatre quarts. Les heures des quarts sont les suivantes :
a. Quart du matin : de 9 h 45 à 13 h
b. Quart de l’après-midi : de 12 h 45 à 16 h

Exigences concernant les bénévoles
• Les bénévoles doivent avoir au moins 14 ans.
• Les personnes âgées de 14 à 17 ans, la signature des parents est requise sur le formulaire de consentement parental ainsi que sur le formulaire de consentement à la divulgation et à l’utilisation de renseignements personnels. Cela peut se faire à la session d'information.
• Les personnes intéressées doivent avoir rempli la demande en ligne de faire du bénévolat avec POO
• Les personnes intéressées doivent suivre un cours de formation obligatoire en ligne sur l’accessibilité (comme l’exige la Loi sur l’accessibilité pour les personnes handicapées de l’Ontario) afin de pouvoir faire du bénévolat pour la Ville d’Ottawa.
• Les bénévoles doivent porter le t-shirt de POO 2018 durant leur quart de bénévolat.

Être bénévole :
Si vous souhaitez être bénévole, POO 2018 organisera des séances d’information à l’intention des nouveaux bénévoles :
• le 14 mai, de 18 h à 20 h, à la salle 1A de la Place-Ben-Franklin, située au 101, promenade Centrepointe;
• le 17 mai, de 18 h à 20 h, au salon des conseillers de l’hôtel de ville, situé au 110, avenue Laurier Ouest.

Coordonnées :
Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec Danièle Hamonic par téléphone au 613-580-2424, poste 19042, ou par courriel à benevolespatrimoine@ottawa.ca.
Location: City-wide; various City sites
Deadline: May 21, 2018
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for administrative duties related to volunteer registration and providing information to new volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinator will liaise with the Volunteer Lead to determine program needs. This is an operational role and attendance at monthly meetings is not required. Excellent organizational and computer skills required, as well as access to a computer.
Location: Ottawa, ON
Deadline: Jun 30, 2018
Mud Hero Overview:

Created and perfected over the past four years by the wonderful team at Crazy Canucks Events, Mud Hero is the most fun you’ll ever have covered head-to-toe in mud. Take on the muddiest run challenge ever and crank your adrenaline as you push yourself and your fellow Heroes to the finish line, smiling every inch of the way. Finally, celebrate your achievement with other mud-lovers and spectators at the post-race Mud Bash, with a barbecue, bevies, live music and more. If you’re up for having fun and getting your hands muddy, this is the event for you!

Want to be part of the Mud Hero experience, but don't really want to take on the six kilometer course? Volunteering at our events puts you right in the middle of the action – and helps us put on the best events possible for our muddy participants! Volunteering is a great way to earn your community hours, celebrate with friends and support an incredible cause. Cheer on the Mud Heroes – without getting dirty!

Perks of volunteering (full-day) include:
• A free Mud Hero t-shirt
• $50 gift card to our Mud Mall, the merchandise booth!
• Free lunch
• Free parking

Roles:

Registration
If you’re a people person and you don’t get stressed out over large crowds then we need YOU to help us with registration! Processing over 5,000 people quickly and efficiently is what makes our events a success. In the registration tent you’ll be paired up with a buddy and together the two of you will make sure the participant is who they say there are (check id or quiz them on their stats), administer their race package (bib and timing chip) and find the appropriate size of Mud Hero t-shirt.

Gear Bag Check
Some people like to be prepared for anything, but no Mud Hero wants their gear bag dragging them down as they speed through our obstacles. That’s where you come in. We need you to keep a watchful eye over the Mud Hero’s bags while they’re out on course. Pretty simple really, you trade them their bag for a ticket and once their done, they trade you back. This job will take up most of you day, but we will definitely make sure you get a break! Please note that proceeds from bag check go directly to Special Olympics Ottawa so be sure to ask each and every runner who stops by for a donation!

Finish Line Ambassador
This is a job for our most enthusiastic volunteers. As the Mud Heroes cross the finish line, totally spent and covered in mud, you’ll shepherd them away, while rewarding them with a really cool Mud Hero finisher’s medal. At the end of an event like this, most people have very little oxygen in their brain and many require a helping hand to comprehend the simplest of instructions. You’ll need to be patient with them. As long as Heroes are finishing, we’ll need you.

Hydration Engineer (Feed Zone)
This job is crucial to keeping the participants hydrated and performing at their best. We’ll station you and 3 others at the halfway point on the course where you’ll handout out water. It’s simple really, fill the cups half full and hand them to the Mud Heroes as they pass by. You’ll be here from the start of the first wave to just after the start of the last so make sure you’re well dressed with plenty of sun screen.

Fun Police (Course Marshal)
It’s all fun and games…but sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned. We need your help to make sure the Mud Heroes stay on course and stay safe. As a course marshal, you will be tasked with making sure things go smoothly out on the course. If someone takes a spill, you’ll be there to make sure they’re ok and if needed, radio one of our first aid personnel for a little TLC. You’ll also be in charge of keeping the Heroes motivated, aka cheering them on! You’ll be out on course all day, but don’t worry; you’ll be back in time to take in some of the Mud Bash.

Shift Times:
Saturday, June 2 – 7:30am – 4:30pm
Sunday, June 3 – 9:30am – 1:30pm
Location: COMMANDO PAINTBALL
4565 Dunning Road,
Ottawa ON
K4B 1J1
Deadline: Jun 1, 2018
The Program Liaison will be the main point of contact between the Ottawa Special Olympics Council and the programs. Volunteers are required to have access to a vehicle as this role involves monthly visits to program sites to collect feedback and liaise with sport program volunteers and coaches.
Location: Ottawa, ON
Deadline: Jun 30, 2018
Organization: Harmer House
We are looking for volunteers to help with dinner service for our residents during the hours of 4:30pm-7:00pm. This opportunity would be ideal for students looking to fulfill volunteer hours, people looking to help in their community, and people with limited availability (2 hours and 30 minutes per shift, Monday to Friday). Harmer House is a non-profit, independent-living apartment building for seniors. Looking to give of your time, to help out through companionship and to reinforce a genuine sense of community? If you have patience and dependability, compassion and a passion to make others happy, please contact us!

Location: 848 Seyton , Nepean, K2H 9G6
Deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Organization: The Glebe Centre
We require volunteers with Mandarin or Cantonese to support programming on our Chinese unit. These activities can include but are not limited to Music & Memory, Montessori for Seniors, Social Tea, Lunchtime programs, escorting to and from programs and friendly visiting.
Location: 77 Monk Street Ottawa On
Deadline: Jun 30, 2018
Organization: The Glebe Centre
We require support for our Social Tea for residents. The volunteer would help with set up, escorting and visiting during the weekly event.
Location: 77 Monk Street Ottawa On
Deadline: Jun 30, 2018
Organization: A.P.P.L.E.
A.P.P.L.E Cafe is one of the A.P.P.L.E drop-in center small businesses that generates funds for the drop-in center. We serve breakfast, lunch and snack that are all made in house.
Location: 211 Bronson Aveune
Deadline: May 31, 2018
Organization: The Glebe Centre
As part of our fundraising initiatives we run a nearly new boutique. Volunteers are needed to sort, hang and price donations of clothing and accessories. The volunteer would also sell through displaying clothing and interacting with clients.
Location: 950 Bank Street Ottawa On
Deadline: Jun 30, 2018
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