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Volunteer Opportunities

Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Arrive at 7 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Pick up golf cart keys and report to the event manager.

Duties: Working on site, under the direction of the volunteer supervisor you will be responsible for cleaning up the site during and after the event. Duties include picking up litter, emptying garbage cans and managing recyclables, and bringing items back to the Atelier. Shift is 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A BBQ lunch
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 8:15 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is: 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Duties: Your duties will be to supervise and maintain order in the inflatable play area for young children. Being patient and good with children will be your most important role!

*You must provide a current Police Record Check for this position.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A BBQ lunch
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: http://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 6:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is 6:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.

DUTIES: Working on the event grounds, you will register and park bicycles and back packs in a supervised parking compound. You will tag all bikes and bags, store them neatly and act as security.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A BBQ lunch
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle volunteer t-shirt
-Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Please register at: http://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 8:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is: 8:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Duties: Working on the main site you will make popcorn, hand it out to participants and keep the area tidy.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:

Breakfast snack
- A bbq lunch
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place Ottawa
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 6:15 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is: 6:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (Four volunteers will be asked to stay longer to sign volunteer forms and get safety vests back).

Duties: Helping to process the registration of volunteers. Distributing goody bags, t-shirts, parking passes and site maps. Ensuring volunteers know where to find their volunteer stations or contact person. Other duties may be required. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE UNTIL THE VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION AREA HAS BEEN COMPLETELY PACKED UP.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- BBQ lunch
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: http://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 10:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is: 10:30 a.m. – 1p.m.

Duties: Welcoming returning volunteers and thanking them for their efforts, signing community service forms (6 hours per form). Count number of remaining volunteer shirts of each size, packing into boxes and marking each box. Ensuring garbage is placed into bins and paper products are recycled. Additional packup of site, as required. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE UNTIL THE VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION AREA HAS BEEN COMPLETELY PACKED UP.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- BBQ lunch
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: http://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 9:15 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is: 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Duties: Working in the main staging area you will serve food and drinks as directed by the food vendor.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A BBQ lunch
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place Ottawa
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Date: Saturday, May 4

Time: Plan to arrive by 9 a.m. Shift is 9 a.m. – noon.

Duties: Filling goody bags with snacks, drinks and other treats. The goody bags will be given to route assistants on event day.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Refreshments
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place Ottawa
Deadline: Mar 14, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 6 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is 6:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Duties: Working with a partner along Vimy Place at the front of the Canadian War Museum you will ensure that only vehicles on the Parking List are allowed to park at the covered meter locations. This position requires tact and good customer service skills!

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A BBQ lunch
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw

Must be at Least 21 Years of Age.

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: May 3, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 6:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Duties: You will be given a route map and a listing of volunteers for each stop. The safety vest and radio you will be given must be returned at the end of the event.

Before Departure: Please locate the sign with your bus number in the hall outside the cafeteria inside the Canadian War Museum. Gather the required number of route assistants for your bus, as indicated on the back of the bus sign. Very important to ensure that all the people on your bus are on time as per your scheduled load/departure time.

On Bus: Confirm that the bus driver is reachable.

Ensure volunteers get off at the proper location (rest stop volunteers and route assistants). Give each volunteer their zone number and clearly communicate to them that they must return to the drop off location when it is time for pickup. You will be getting off at the last stop on your section of the route and you will become a route assistant at that location.

You are responsible for ensuring all volunteers are picked up after the event.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A snack bag to take with you and BBQ lunch when you return
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Short training session
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw
- Transportation to and from your barricade

Must be at Least 21 Years of Age.

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: May 3, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 6:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Your shift is 6:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Duties: Assemble and place barricades and pylons along the route. Responsible for traffic control by directing cyclists, in-line skaters and walkers, informing motorists of road closures, and taking down pylons and barricades following the event. Route Assistants work in pairs. You will be given a safety vest and must return it before leaving.

Prior to Departure: Please sign in at the Volunteer Registration Area. Line up at your bus number in the hall, outside of the cafeteria and be ready to depart at the determined load time/departure time. Your bus supervisor will provide your zone number and details on procedures as you are transported to your assigned barricade. If you have a cell phone, please bring it to facilitate easy communication with your Route Captain. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR POST UNLESS THE ROUTE CAPTAIN GIVES PERMISSION.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:

Breakfast snack
A snack bag to take with you and BBQ lunch when you return
A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
Entry into the volunteer prize draw
Transportation to and from your barricade
Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.

Please register at: https://cncycle.ca/volunteer/

Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place Ottawa
Deadline: May 3, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 6:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Shift is 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Duties: Travel the route using the vehicle provided to you. Give support to the route assistants, and liaise with the event manager, police, and medical officials. Ensure barricades are properly positioned before the start of the event and placed safely off the road as per event officials at the end of the event. Ensure route assistants pick up all garbage along their stretch of route before releasing them from their assigned post. Ensure all volunteers from your section have been picked up by the bus and returned to the Canadian War Museum. Arrange for pickup of any volunteers who may have been left behind.

*You are required to attend a mandatory training session on Friday, May 5 at the Canadian War Museum. Dinner will be provided. Time to be determined.

Must be at Least 21 Years of Age.
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: Apr 15, 2019
Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: Plan to arrive by 5:30 a.m. and check-in at the Volunteer Registration Area – follow the signs. Your shift is 5:30 a.m. – noon.

Duties: Assemble and place barricades and pylons along the route. Responsible for traffic control by directing cyclists, in line skaters and walkers, inform motorists of road closures, and take down pylons and barricades following the event. Route Assistants work in pairs. You will be given a safety vest and must return it before leaving.

Prior to Departure: Please sign in at the Volunteer Registration Area. Line up at your bus number in the hall, outside of the cafeteria and be ready to depart at the determined load time/departure time. Your bus supervisor will provide your zone number and details on procedures as you are transported to your assigned barricade. If you have a cell phone, please bring it to facilitate easy communication with your Route Captain. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR POST UNLESS THE ROUTE CAPTAIN GIVES PERMISSION.

As a volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Breakfast snack
- A snack bag to take with you and BBQ lunch when you return
- A short-sleeved CN Cycle for CHEO volunteer t-shirt
- Entry into the volunteer prize draw
- Transportation to and from your barricade

Must be at Least 16 Years of Age.
Please register at: http://cncycle.ca/volunteer/
Location: Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place
Deadline: May 3, 2019
Senior Organic Gardeners needs one or more volunteers to help with the Organic Seed Sales in February and March within the City of Ottawa.

One volunteer is need for each of the following Seed Sales:
February 26 - Pantry Plus, St Joseph Blvd, Orleans from 12:00-2:00 pm
March 1 - Scotiabank, Innes Road from 12:00 – 2:00 pm
March 8 - Scotiabank, Place d'Orleans 12:00-2:00 pm
March 20 - Rainbow Foods, Richmond Road 12:00-3:00 pm

There will be time for orientation on arrival on selling the seeds, making change etc. and a FAQ Sheet about the organic seeds will be sent before the sale to help answer customer questions. One telephone reference will be requested. Your help will be much appreciated.
Please contact Margaret: sog.margaret@gmail.com
Location: 1465 Kamouraska Circle, Ottawa ON K1C 3J1
Deadline: Feb 22, 2019
Organization: CAUSE Tutoring
CAUSE Tutoring is a non-profit organization that is operated entirely by dedicated volunteers. We focus on increasing access to education for the vulnerable and at-risk community in the Ottawa area by providing free on-site tutoring services at our community partners.

The Director of Communications is responsible for the following:
● Facilitate overarching department objectives of marketing, social media, and event planning, ensuring message continuity
● Overseeing the department of Communications, ensuring all aspects are running successfully and have the information required to complete their respective roles
● Remaining available for questions from department team members and team leads regarding any aspect of their role, handling extenuating circumstances, and ensuring they are best equipped to fulfil their role successfully
● Oversee translation and internal communications, including the translation of documentation across all organization departments, as necessary, and internal communications such as the monthly newsletter
● Ensure the website is up to date, accurate, and reflects the organization
● Assist in the preparation of written content, media communication, and marketing materials
● Attend all board meetings

Qualifications and expectations of this role include:
● Strong organizational and intrapersonal skills are a must
● Management or leadership experience is considered an asset
● Experience in communications, marketing, and social media campaigning
● Experience in event planning logistics and publicity
● Dedication of a minimum of 5-8 hours per week; note that the hourly demands of this position fluctuates with upcoming and ongoing events
● Bilingualism is considered an asset
Location: 75 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Deadline: Mar 30, 2019
Organization: CAUSE Tutoring
CAUSE Tutoring is a non-profit organization that is operated entirely by dedicated volunteers. We focus on increasing access to education for the vulnerable and at-risk community in the Ottawa area by providing free on-site tutoring services at our community partners.

Tutors play an integral part at CAUSE Tutoring. They provide one-on-one tutoring in subjects ranging from English, French, Math, Science, Computer Literacy, Accounting, and many more. Subjects are taught from the grade 9-level up to the university-level, depending on the needs of the client.

A Tutor is responsible for the following:
● Developing lesson plans
● Identifying the unique learning needs and challenges of the client
● Filling in sign in sheets and filing them with Account Managers
● Tutoring clients one-on-one at community partner locations

Qualifications and expectations of this role include:
● Experience in tutoring or teaching is an asset
● Students are required to provide a school transcript to demonstrate proficiency in the subject they will be tutoring
● Dedication of a minimum of 2-3 hours per week, corresponding to 2-3 one-hour sessions; note that the hourly demands of this position fluctuate with on- and off-season peaks and may require additional time during higher influxes of clients
● Bilingualism is considered an asset
Location: 75 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Deadline: Mar 30, 2019
Organization: CAUSE Tutoring
CAUSE Tutoring is a non-profit organization that is operated entirely by dedicated volunteers. We focus on increasing access to education for the vulnerable and at-risk community in the Ottawa area by providing free on-site tutoring services at our community partners.

An Account Manager is responsible for the following:
● Maintaining relations with their assigned community partner and acting as a liaison between the partner and the Director of Operations at CAUSE
● Matching clients with tutors, arranging tutoring services at the assigned community partner, and overseeing the first few tutoring sessions on-site
● Checking and verifying tutor sign-in sheets
● Providing additional training to tutors where necessary
● Going through needs assessment forms with clients to determine the best tutoring matches and collecting program evaluation metrics
● Maintaining files and documents within the assigned google drive
● Procuring materials for tutors from Operations, such as extra study materials or pamphlets
● Occasionally delivering presentations at the community partner

Qualifications and expectations of this role include:
● Strong organizational and intrapersonal skills are a must
● Management or leadership experience is considered an asset
● Experience in volunteer coordination and training
● Dedication of a minimum of 5-8 hours per week; note that the hourly demands of this position fluctuates with on- and off-season peaks and may require additional time during higher influxes of tutors and clients
● Ability to communicate effectively with the community partner through email or phone calls
● Willingness to travel to the community partner when needed
● Bilingualism is considered an asset
Location: 75 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Deadline: Mar 30, 2019
Organization: CAUSE Tutoring
CAUSE Tutoring is a non-profit organization that is operated entirely by dedicated volunteers. We focus on increasing access to education for the vulnerable and at-risk community in the Ottawa area by providing free on-site tutoring services at our community partners.

The Executive Director is the backbone of CAUSE Tutoring and ensures the organization remains inline with the established vision and mission. Overseeing the success of all the department portfolios is an integral part of ensuring the daily success of the organization. The Executive Director is expected to play an active role in guiding department directors toward their goals, as well as take the lead on establishing the direction of the organization and accomplishing both short- and long-term objectives.
The Executive Director is responsible for the following:
● Liaising with each department director to answer questions and guide directors in forwarding their portfolios
● Ensuring knowledge of CAUSE Tutoring policies, procedures, and legal responsibilities; revising policies and bylaw as needed
● Creating new partnerships within the community
● Networking and maintaining stakeholder relationships
● Working closely with the financial department to review and approve the budget, file non-profit tax returns, and assist in procuring grants, sponsorships, and donations
● Conducting research, drafting and editing documents and proposals, answering e-mails
● Heading the organization's expansion and future development
● Attending all board meetings

Qualifications and expectations for this role include:
● Strong organizational and intrapersonal skills are a must
● Management or leadership experience, especially in non-profit
● Experience in grant writing, procurement of funds, and budgeting is considered an asset
● Ability to develop infrastructure and lead strategic organizational expansion
● Dedication of a minimum of 10 hours per week; however, the Executive Director is expected to take on additional hours as required by the workload and any extenuating circumstances
● Bilingualism is considered an asset
Location: 75 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Deadline: Mar 30, 2019
The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre seeks Board Members for the 2019-2020 fiscal year

Are you passionate about your community?
Are you seeking ways to contribute to your community?

As a member of the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre’s Board of Directors, you will have the opportunity to do just that.

The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre offers health and social services and programs to benefit individuals of all ages in far west Ottawa. Leadership of the Centre is provided by a Board of Directors.

The Centre is currently looking for young professionals, seasoned experts and everything in between to fill vacancies on the Board of Directors for fiscal year 2019-2020. Our current Board of Directors is comprised of a passionate, diverse group of individuals from various disciplines and stages of careers. What do these Directors all have in common? They care about their community and want to promote positive change. Come join our team and help the WOCRC provide and coordinate accessible community, health and social services for the benefit of your family, neighbours and larger community.

If interested, please send your application to careers@wocrc.ca by March 15, 2019. Your submission should include a letter of interest and a résumé outlining your qualifications. Please highlight any HR, finance or fundraising skills that you offer. Nominations will be reviewed by the selection committee. The approximate time commitment for this position is five hours every month.

For more information about the Centre, please visit www.wocrc.ca.
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Accommodations are available on request throughout the selection process.
Location: 2 MacNeil Court, Kanata, Ontario
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Organization: Christie Lake Kids
Are you passionate about helping kids learn new skills? Do you lead with energy and enthusiasm? Do you love a sport or art that you want to pass on your love for? If so we adding to our Program Volunteer Intake for Christie Lake Kids STAR (Skills through Arts and Recreation) programs!
Location: 400 Coventry Rd
Deadline: Mar 23, 2019
Getting to the food bank and carrying heavy boxes home is not possible for many people with mobility issues, and as such Caldwell is looking for volunteers to deliver groceries twice a month. The deliveries usually take place during the day on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Location: 20 1100 MEDFORD ST
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Economics for Success (EFS) is a 1-day program for grade 8 students.It challenges students to reflect on their personal goals and highlights the advantages of remaining in school for long-term success. Here are upcoming dates we need volunteers for:
March 21st, 2019
April 17th, 2019
May 6th, 2019
Location: various schools across the city
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
Economics for Success (EFS) is a 1-day program for grade 8 students.It challenges students to reflect on their personal goals and highlights the advantages of remaining in school for long-term success. Here are upcoming dates we need volunteers for:
March 21st, 2019
April 17th, 2019
May 6th, 2019
Location: various schools across the city
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
Organization: The Glebe Centre
Snoezelen is a multisensory room which is a safe and non-threatening environment used to gently stimulate primary senses. Residents in long term care are afforded the opportunity to improve communication and build trust. Volunteers receive training and are assigned several residents who will benefit from this therapeutic experience. Documentation after each session is important as well as an ability to understand non verbal cues. WE HAVE A CHINESE UNIT AND REQUIRE A MANDARIN SPEAKING VOLUNTEER TO SUPPORT OUR CHINESE POPULATION IN SNOEZELEN.
Location: 77 Monk Street Ottawa On
Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Organization: The Glebe Centre
Reconnecting residents with their favorite music can vastly improve quality of life regardless of cognitive or physical status. It is especially powerful with dementia including Alzheimer's disease where it can restore, temporarily but repeatedly, the sense of self often lost when memory fails. Music is downloaded on Ipods and each resident has a head set and individual Ipod with music that means something to them.
Location: 77 Monk Street Ottawa On K1S 5A7
Deadline: Mar 31, 2019
Organization: Harmer House
We are looking for volunteers to help with dinner service for our residents during the hours of 4:30pm-6:30pm. 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!

Volunteer roles:
-assisting with dishes
-setting Dining Room
-washing dishes
-taking orders
serving food
-cleaning tables
organize/ clean kitchen

Location: 848 Seyton , Nepean, K2H 9G6
Deadline: Mar 1, 2019
Organization: Ottawa JazzWorks
Ottawa JazzWorks is seeking a volunteer office administrator to assist the organization. We are not for profit organisation and registered charity. Our focus is jazz education for adults and talented youth... through workshops,master classes, a Concert Series and special events.
Location: 926 Pinecrest Road
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Organization: Ottawa JazzWorks
Ottawa JazzWorks is seeking 2 volunteer Board Members to create and direct fund-raising initiatives for our organization. We are a Not for Profit organisation and Registered Charity. Our focus is jazz education for adults and talented youth... offered through workshops, master classes, a Concert Series and special events. We present a varied program of activities, that also includes monthly jam sessions and vocal open mic evenings in the Ottawa community.
Location: 926 Pinecrest Road
Deadline: Mar 15, 2019
Organization: The Good Companions
The Good Companions is a not-for-profit organization that offers programs and services in partnership with volunteers to promote, enhance and support the well-being, independence, and zest for living of both seniors and of adults with physical disabilities in the Ottawa area.
Location: 670 Albert St, Ottawa, ON
Deadline: Feb 28, 2019
Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue is searching for a Store Coordinator. Opportunity to build relationships with the variety of pet stores in the Ottawa and surrounding area. We rely on these stores for food donations, particularly for our community cats as we will collect opened or recently expired food for them, as well as food donations for foster cats and donation of cat trees, litter, toys, beds, etc. Stores like Pet Valu also offer opportunity throughout the year where they will raise funds for specific rescues.

The store coordinator is expected to maintain positive relationships with stores by keeping in contact by person, phone or email as well as organizing events at these stores which showcase our adoptable cats and inform people who stop by our table about the rescue. Store locations are across the Ottawa area.

For more information about the rescue, please visit www.helpcats.ca.
Location: various locations across Ottawa
Deadline: May 12, 2019
Research, write and submit grant proposals for a unique charitable agency serving the needs of men and their families.
Location: 292 ,Montreal Road, suite 302
Deadline: Feb 22, 2019
The Event Planner will work closely with the Executive Director to organize and implement small events that engage the community, provide a high profile and encourage donations. The individual should have some experience as an event planner: energetic, confident, organized, creative, resourceful and committed to see the project through to implementation.
Location: 393 Piccadilly Ave
Deadline: Feb 28, 2019
The Peer Support Worker will be male, between the ages of 40 and 50 who will have lived experienced with homelessness, addictions, poverty and/or mental health. He will be engaging, and committed to visiting the men every second week. He will demonstrate empathy, resourcefulness and good communication. He will spend time in the house as a peer companion, providing social interaction, information regarding outreach services and mentorship as appropriate.
Location: Centretown, Ottawa
Deadline: Mar 31, 2019
Organization: Ottawa Tool Library
The OTL volunteer coordinator is the one who jumps to keyboard when someone contacts OTL about volunteering. It’s mostly an email based job; the coordinator personalizes template responses to welcome prospective volunteers, communicates with other coordinators (e.g. social media coordinator), consults the shift calendar, and schedules trainees using our online booking system. The role requires someone who can keep on top of the email traffic, compose sometimes difficult notes with a touch of lightheartedness, and pay attention to detail at reasonable speed. The role requires about 1-2 hours per week, excellent organizational skills, great customer service, occasional diplomacy, and initiative. Work from wherever you have internet.
Location: 250 City Centre, Bay #216, Ottawa, ON K1R 1C7
Deadline: Apr 15, 2019
Le titulaire* du poste offre un service porte à porte individualisé répondant aux besoins des clients. En utilisant notre fourgonnette, le titulaire du poste est responsable de conduire les clients en toute sécurité et de façon efficace à diverses destinations dont le programme de jour pour adultes, les rendez-vous médicaux, et les activités reliées au soutien communautaire. La nature de l'emploi exige un travail physique afin d’être en mesure de prêter main forte aux clients tant au niveau de leur accès au véhicule, qu’au port des sacs d’épicerie, et de la manipulation d’équipement de soutien (« lift »).

Exigences :

• Permis de conduire valide classe G, classe F est un atout
• Vérification satisfaisante des antécédents judiciaires
• Relevé de conducteur au Ministère de transport satisfaisant
• Minimum de trois (3) années d'expérience de conduite avec un bon dossier de conduite
• Expérience de travail avec les personnes aînées et / ou personnes ayant une incapacité physique est un atout
• Capacité de travailler avec un ordinateur et un téléphone intelligent
• Connaissance de la zone géographique d'Ottawa
• Patience et bonne capacité d'écoute
• Excellentes habiletés de communication orale et écrite, de niveau supérieur en français et en anglais
• Ponctualité, autonomie et professionnalisme
• Bon jugement et capacité d’adaptation

S.V.P. veuillez faire parvenir votre C.V. et une lettre de présentation aux ressources humaines.

Nous remercions tous les candidats. Nous communiquerons seulement avec les personnes dont la candidature sera retenue.

À Montfort Renaissance, nous nous engageons à favoriser un milieu de travail sain et accessible. Nous adhérons donc au principe d’adaptation en milieu de travail. Si vous avez besoin de mesures d’adaptation, veuillez communiquer avec nous.

*Les mots de genre masculin appliqués aux personnes désignent les hommes et les femmes
Location: 159 rue Murray, ON K1N 5M7
Deadline: Mar 3, 2019
Volunteers benefit from this program because it is a quiet time alone with a Resident giving them time to interact meaningfully through conversation. The Residents sense of self benefits by providing this special grooming service. Manicures are done Wednesday evenings.
Location: 99 New Orchard Avenue
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
To assist residents in a Long Term Care setting to knit and crochet.
Location: 99 New Orchard Av., Ottawa, K2B 5E6
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
New Orchard Lodge is currently seeking volunteers who will share the gift of music with our residents on a one to one basis or in a group setting. This opportunity has flexible hours and times.
Location: 99 New Orchard Ave, Ottawa ON
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
New Orchard Lodge is currently seeking volunteers who will share the gift of music with our residents on a one to one basis or in a group setting. This opportunity has flexible hours and times.
Location: 99 New Orchard Ave, Ottawa ON
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
Volunteers who become Friendly Visitors will be introduced to Residents who have little family or community contact. Volunteers benefit by knowing you are making a difference in someone's life by developing a relationship over time. Residents benefit enormously from the sense of belonging they feel from being a part of the relationship.
Location: 99 New Orchard Avenue
Deadline: Apr 12, 2019
Organization: Harmer House
A Day Away:
Harmer House's Adult Day Program provides clients with Alzheimer's disease and/or other impairments with a day of stimulating activities.
Required are volunteers that are compassionate, honest and provide true leadership through companionship, encouragement and guidance to assigned client(s) throughout the activities of the day, and assist with program operations.

If you have patience and dependability; a sense of humour, respect and passion for making a difference please apply!

Availablity:
Program Hours are Monday to Friday 9:30am to 2:30pm

Available daily shifts:
9am to 1pm
or
12pm to 2:30pm
or
9am to 2:30pm

Experience working with seniors or assisting with cognitive impairments is an asset.

Education in a related field is also an asset.
Location: 100 Forestview Crescent, Nepean
Deadline: Feb 28, 2019
Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue is looking for volunteers to help with weekend store adoption events, baking, driving, and overall fundraising initiatives! If you love cats and want to get involved, please https://www.oscatr.ca/volunteer to fill out a volunteer application.

OSCatR helps get cats off the streets and into homes. We also run a TNR program for feral cats. For more information about OSCatR, please visit helpcats.ca.
Location: Various locations across Ottawa area
Deadline: May 10, 2019
Are you retired or working from home? Kitten season is approaching quickly and Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue (OSCatR) is looking for full-time fosters for our neonate kittens. The commitment is about 5-6 weeks and fosters would need to be available to feed and care for kittens throughout the day. Previous experience is not needed, as training will be provided. Kitten food and formula will be provided by OSCatR.

For more info on the rescue and fostering, please visit https://www.oscatr.ca/foster and/or email rescue@oscatr.ca with any questions.
Location: Your own home!
Deadline: May 10, 2019
What you need: A loving home, lots of patience, and commitment to animals!
Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue (OSCatR) will cover approved medical costs at our veterinary partners and fosters will cover cost of food (except veterinary food), litter, toys, etc. (except when donations allow us to provide these).

For more info and to apply, please go to https://www.oscatr.ca/foster.

Two types of fosters: Adoption (socializing/providing an enriching environment to cats who will be adopted out, allowing potential adopters to visit cats in your home) and TNR (providing a safe space for community cats to recover from neuter/spay before returning to their colonies).
Location: Your own home!
Deadline: May 10, 2019
Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue is looking for a Donor Relations Coordinator in order to maintain relationships with our current donors and build relationships with new ones. The Donor Relations Coordinator would manage a list of businesses who have been asked for donations/have donated before, and would request donations for the rescue. Responsibilities would also include the following: letter writing, coming up with new ideas/businesses to contact, and assisting our Fundraising Coordinator with events and planning.

To apply, please email rescue@oscatr.ca with a summary of your experience.

To learn more about OSCatR, please visit helpcats.ca.
Location: various
Deadline: Mar 31, 2019
Are you well-versed in Shopify (or willing/able to learn)? Do you love cats? Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue is looking for a Shopify Coordinator! The candidate would need to be able to set up our Shopify account and use it to post items that could raise money for the rescue. Marketing and/or fundraising experience an asset.

To apply, please email rescue@oscatr.ca with a summary of your experience.

To learn more about OSCatR, please visit helpcats.ca.
Location: various
Deadline: Mar 31, 2019
Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue is currently in search of drivers (particularly in Orleans, downtown, Manotick, Centretown) who would be able to collect alcohol empties from various locations as a fundraiser for the rescue. The bottles would either need to be cashed in at a recycling centre (then you would send the money to the rescue) or dropped off in Riverside South, Kanata, or Barrhaven. The money fundraised is used for veterinary bills, feed, crates, litter boxes, and the many other things that go into keeping our cats healthy and happy!

What you need: a license and car or truck with space for bottles.

To sign up, please email rescue@oscatr.ca.

For more info about OSCatR, please visit helpcats.ca.
Location: various - especially Riverside South, Centretown, downtown Ottawa, and Orleans
Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
#JDRF WALK VOLUNTEERS FOR JUNE 8 & 9

Event Set-up Day - June 08, 10:0am- 3pm
Various jobs at Queen Juliana Park.

June 9, 2019 -- 7:30am-2pm

Fun & Games Crew(9:30am-1:30am)
Face painting, colouring, crafts, carnival and interactive games. Experience and comfort with kids and creative activities is an asset.

Greeters/Information:
Support and monitor crowds, and ensure Walkers are directed to the appropriate areas.

Operations Area:
The hub of all event day activity, the Operations Area serves as an information booth; volunteers must be prepared to take charge, and ensure all event volunteers have signed in and know their volunteer role on day of event.

Parking Attendants(7:00am-11:30am)
Monitor parking lots and ensure traffic is directed in an orderly manner.

Photography(9:30am-2pm):
Take photographs throughout the event of individual teams, key individuals and special Walk elements (cheque presentation, etc.), and provide electronic files or film to the JDRF National Office.

Fundraising Rewards Area:
Verify the fundraising rewards earned and provided to Walkers. JDRF provides guidelines for distributing rewards.

Refreshment Area:
Ensure all Walkers and volunteers receive food and refreshments throughout the day. Monitoring and restocking of product is required.

Registration Area(7:30am-11:30am *requires training once registered*)
Process Walkers’ pledge forms accurately and quickly, following the guidelines set out by JDRF. Must be efficient and have strong attention to detail.

Route Marshalls:
Offer enthusiasm and encouragement to all walkers and ensure that they stay on the correct route. The ability to stand for the duration of the shift is required.

Set-Up and Tear-Down:(12pm-3pm)
Assist JDRF in the set-up of this event. This may take place the day before or very early in the morning. Areas for set-up includes: food, refreshments, registration, incentives, and operations. Tear-down comprises of packing up post event, and reloading the truck with materials and props.

Waiver Team(7:30am-11:30am):
Welcome walkers and ensure all participants sign a waiver form as they arrive.

To find out more about volunteer opportunities, please contact our local JDRF office for details, ncr@Jdrf.ca or 343- 291-1150
Location: Queen Juliana Park, 870 Carling Avenue
Deadline: May 1, 2019
The Hope Garden is a great place to meet new people and share your passion for the outdoors. Our garden volunteers are a wealth of knowledge, from lessons learned to members with an education in agriculture/horticulture; we are always learning tips and tricks for a healthier organic garden.
Location: 233 Murray St.
Deadline: Apr 1, 2019
The Friends of the Central Experimental Farm are looking for people who are interested in finding new ways to support and enhance the Farm’s beautiful areas. You could play any one of several different roles, depending on which is the best fit for your skills: such as coordinating or finding new directions for events on the Farm, finding ways to attract resources or grants that will enable site enhancements, helping to better educate and inform people about this historic site, or getting the best out of our website and social media. Let’s talk and see what will work. Prerequisites: your skills, and a love of the Farm. For further information please call 613-230-3276 or email volunteer@friendsofthefarm.ca
Location: 960 Carling Ave.,CEF Arboretum, Bldg 72, Ottawa, On. K1A 0C6
Deadline: May 6, 2019
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