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Route Lead - Responsible for mapping out a 1 km and 5 km route, managing all route volunteers, and ensuring the requirements of the local municipality and the event minimum standards (provided) are met. You will be tasked with creating a route map that includes start and finish lines, road closures, route markers and water stations (where applicable). You will be required to prepare and submit applications for various permits including road closures and police services as well as soliciting quotes from service providers and submitting agreements and invoices to the organization. You will be responsible for overseeing the set-up, tear down and clean-up of the Run route and for creating and maintaining a logistics file of contacts and timelines that will be shared with the Run Director(s).
Interested volunteers should email Lauren Calvert (email@example.com) for additional information. Individuals can also complete a volunteer intake form on our website: http://ldaniagara.org/get-involved/volunteer-intake-form/
For more than 130 years, St. John Ambulance volunteers have been serving communities across the province through our Medical First Response program. Locally, in 2017, 525 patients were treated by SJA Niagara Region MFR volunteers at 300 different events across the Niagara Region. From sporting events to festivals to concerts to any community gathering we are there to provide the necessary medical first response needed.
We are well-trained and well-equipped volunteers who attend countless public events across the Niagara Region to provide basic and advanced first aid when emergencies occur. Our volunteers are prepared to provide the first response casualty care necessary to save a life, prevent further injury or provide comfort until emergency medical assistance arrives.
Volunteering with us gives you the opportunity to gain valuable skills while giving back to the community.
• Improving the quality of life of the community;
• Doing something useful and enjoyable;
• Exploring new career options and networking;
• Receiving professional experience or training;
• Acquiring new skills;
• Making new friends and affiliations;
• Developing and growing personally; and
• Contributing to a cause that is important – saving lives.
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.
Ambassador Volunteers - assist at Drop In day programs, fundraising events, office support
Legacy Volunteers - confidential, one on one sessions with clients to record their history
Coach/Assistant for the U3/4 (Kinderkicks) and U5/6 (Mini Soccer): Teaching a variety of skills of soccer for a 30-minute practice prior to a 30-minute game every Saturday morning for 10 to 12 weeks.
For Coaching/Assistant coaching U7/8, U9/10, U11/12, U13/15 or U16 and Up:
2 Hours per week minimum for 12 to 14 weeks.
Teaching a variety of skills and drills for a 1 hr. practice each week on the weeknight of your choice and an assigned field of your choice. Coach a 1hr game on Saturday mornings and possibly some week nights throughout the summer for our Outdoor House League Program.
VOLUNTEERS PLAY A VITAL ROLE AT HOTEL DIEU SHAVER HEALTH & REHABILITATION CENTRE!
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN:
NEVADA BREAK-OPEN TICKET BOOTH
Saturday & Sunday 1-3:30pm
These services provide funds for much needed medical equipment and enhance efficient operation of our services.
Make a Difference - Volunteer!
- Ticket Booth Sales
- Entry Gates at Events
- Games or Activities
- Brochure Distribution
- Face Painting
- Environmental Steward
- Ambassador/Information Liaison
- Bar Services
Cabinet Member: As a cabinet member, you commit to one monthly meeting and being involved with the planning and execution of GenNext events throughout the year. Cabinet members also take part in any decision making surrounding the structure of the cabinet.
Ambassador: As a GenNext ambassador, you are invited to participate as a volunteer at GenNext events throughout the year. There is no commitment to be an ambassador which allows for more flexibility. Events include volunteering at the GenNext parties at our After School Programs. Tasks include helping with event day tasks such as leading a game or craft.
- Duties can include:
wrapping presents, collecting canned goods, face painting, helping children pick gifts out, helping kids check out their gifts, hand out treats at out November 28th 2015.
We are constantly looking for help:
We do many activities within Niagara Region.
We are constantly looking for gently used items for families.kids and seniors.
We need people to set up or this event in the morning of November 28th
October through November
We need storage places, people to pick up donations in their own areas, or be drop off locations for November.
We need people to collect gently used items.
Book sorting volunteers support the mission of Women’s Place by sorting and categorizing books and other items in preparation for our agency’s largest annual fundraiser, the Women’s Place Book Riot, which will take place at the Gale Centre from June 5-9, 2019. The funds raised by this second-hand book sale support the services of our shelters in Niagara Falls and Welland.
Sorters meet Tuesday mornings throughout the year (and occasionally additional days if the volume of book donations requires).
Please apply online at the link provided.