Volunteer Algoma Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site Quick View
Organization: Ermatinger-Clergue Heritage Site
Type of Work: Event Organization and Related Assistance
Performing Physical Work/Labour
Providing Services Directly to People
Other
Duties:
Regulate audience Garbage Pick-Up Greetings Set up/Take down Information Various other positions Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site is organizing an event on July 19thy & 20th Strawberry Social which is associated with the downtown street party happening on July 19th at Queen Street. We need volunteers to help us in running the event safely and appropriately. Volunteers will be Greeting and spreading the information out. The event will be an ongoing event from day to night on 19th.
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
3 on 3 Basketball Referees Quick View
Organization: Student Nutrition Program
Type of Work: Sport Coaching/Leading
Duties:
You will be refereeing 3 on 3 basketball tournament. Games are approximately 20 minutes.
On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Health Tapestry Community Connector Volunteer Quick View
Organization: Canadian Red Cross
Type of Work: Providing Services Directly to People
Duties:
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, is seeking in the Hamilton and surrounding area Health TAPESTRY Community Connector Volunteers for the Community Health and Wellness Tapestry Program. Reporting to the Volunteer Coordinator, the Community Connector Volunteer will work to help people stay healthier for longer in the places where they live. The Community Connector Volunteer will work in this adaptable model of health care to connect senior clients with their primary health care team and their community, through the support of technology. Key Responsibilities • Visits clients in their homes to conduct wellness assessment surveys/questionnaires • Assists clients in personal health-related goal identification • Provides social connection to older adults • Communicates with volunteer organizations, family health team, research team, and/or community based organizations • Utilizes a tablet computer and other technology to provide information to identified organizations • Maintains up to date knowledge of health programs and services and acts as resource in the community through the use of approved information and referral sources • Works closely with program coordinator to schedule client appointments • Completes feedback and reports; and submits information to the volunteer coordinator Working Conditions • Visit clients at their home (average visit time from 1 to 2 hours) - the conditions of the client’s home may not be known prior to the visit occurring • All visits will be within the assigned community • Local travel is required. Must have reliable transportation by personal or public transit • Meetings and supervision may be in person, by telephone or through other electronic means • Must have access to a telephone, email and internet • Time spent engaging in activities will vary by a volunteer’s interest and availability with the average person committing 6 hours per month
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Grant Review Team Member (Volunteer) Quick View
Organization: Ontario Trillium Foundation
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Duties:
OTF volunteers review and recommend projects for funding in Ontario’s communities. Over 200 volunteers bring diverse perspectives and knowledge from regions across the province. As public appointees, OTF volunteers are stewards of public funds and work to ensure a broad range of perspectives are represented in the 16 Grant Review Teams that inform grant-making decisions.
Not On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Musicians/Bands Quick View
Organization: Extendicare Maple View
Type of Work: Other
Duties:
Provide musical entertainment to residents in Long Term Care.
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Build Site Volunteer Quick View
Organization: Habitat For Humanity Office & Restore
Type of Work: Performing Physical Work/Labour
Duties:
Assist Habitat homeowners and volunteers with building Home 10 and 11. We need general labourers, skilled tradespersons, and individuals experienced working with applicable building codes and in the construction industry!
On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Shopper Quick View
Organization: Student Nutrition Program
Type of Work: Performing Physical Work/Labour
Duties:
Grocery shopping for Student Nutrition Program. We need volunteer shoppers to assist with getting foods to schools. Volunteer shoppers will be provided with a list of appropriate items to purchase and quantities.
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Student Nutrition Program Helper Quick View
Organization: Student Nutrition Program
Type of Work: Performing Physical Work/Labour
Providing Services Directly to People
Duties:
Preparing simple meals- toast, bagels, pouring cereal, beverages, cutting fruits/veggies. Maybe occasionally preparing eggs or muffins. Serving the students breakfast, collecting dishes, cleaning up preparation space.
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Volunteer in Recreation Quick View
Organization: Extendicare Maple View
Type of Work: Other
Duties:
Assist Recreation staff with daily activities per activity schedule. -Assist residents to/from program area -one to visits -community outings -cooking groups -exercise groups -seasonal programs and decorating -crafts and much more! Do you have a hobby or skill you would like to implement in our home that our residents would enjoy? We are open to suggestions!
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
ROTARYFEST PLAYZONE 2017 Quick View
Organization: Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie
Type of Work: Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
Need Volunteer Hours? Complete up to 32 hours. We're looking for volunteers to help with a variety of areas between Thursday July 13th and Saturday July 15th. Talk to Paige at 705-945-1279 or rotaryfest@rotarysault. Variety of areas include: selling tokens, supervising playzone activities, and hair wrapping.
Not On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available