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Christie Lake Kids

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Adam Janes
Volunteer Coordinator
Christie Lake Kids

400 Coventry Rd
Ottawa, ON
Canada K1K 2C7

TEL: 613-742-6922
FAX: 613-742-6944

E-mail: ajanes@christielakekids.com
Web: www.christielakekids.com

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Aboriginals (First Nation, Metis, Inuit); Visible Minorities or New Canadians; Disadvantaged; LGBTTQ; Youth (16-18 years); Youth (11-15 years); Children (0-10 years); Homeless

Offering recreational and skill development programs at no cost to economically disadvantaged children in the Ottawa area. Helping Ottawa families for over 96 years!
We operate our S.T.A.R (skills through arts and recreation) after-school and weekends from September to May. 
Currently recruiting primary instructors and volunteers to help in our west, east and central communities. 
Please contact 613-742-6922 ex230, or email volunteer@christielakekids.com for more information or to apply to volunteer.

www.christielakekids.com

Volunteer Opportunities

Organization: Christie Lake Kids
Please see Diversity and Leadership Ottawa https://diversity.volunteerottawa.ca/ for full description.

Desired Skills, Abilities and Experience
• Previous board and committee experience
• Bilingual / Trilingual
• Established community network and ability to network on behalf of a charitable organization
• Willingness to chair a subcommittee to the Board of Directors
• Exemplary skills in additional competencies (i.e. legal, communications, marketing, medical (mental health), etc.)

Duties and Expectations
• To be informed in and engage in matters of operations, strategic planning and governance
• Attend and participate, lending expertise and insight to monthly board meetings
• Willingness to lead or join one or more of CLK’s Committees and working groups
• Voting on and discussing appropriate agenda items
• Being an advocate for Christie Lake Kids in the greater community
• Occasionally attending CLK events, programs, camp or other CLK related activities

Qualifications
• Proven leadership and service to the not for profit charitable sector
• Strong English-speaking, reading and writing skills are required; other language skills are a strong and desired asset
• Current (and clean) police records check
Location: 400 Coventry Rd. (Virtual for Foreseeable Future)
Deadline: Mar 10, 2021