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Port Colborne (City of), Port Colborne - City Hall
Port Colborne
Duties vary based on the role of the volunteers.  
 
To submit an application for this event, please e-mail volunteers@portcolborne.ca or see link below to signup online
Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region
Delta Bingo, 4735 Drummond Road , Niagara Falls
Volunteers are responsible for helping bingo hall staff, straightening tables and chairs, and interacting with customers. Commitment to additional volunteer opportunities within LDANR would also be required. 
 
Interested volunteers should email Lauren Calvert (projectsldan@cogeco.net) for additional information. Individuals can also complete a volunteer intake form on our website: http://ldaniagara.org/get-involved/volunteer-intake-form/
Niagara (Region of). Community Services Department, Niagara Falls - The Meadows of Dorchester, Seniors Services - Long-Term Care Home
Niagara Falls
Assist with various day programs such as coffee socials,arts & crafts, woodworking, table games, cards, music activities and outings.
Game Leader/Division Leaders   Fort Erie  Grimsby / Lincoln / West Lincoln  Niagara Falls / Niagara-on-the-Lake  Pelham / Welland  Port Colborne / Wainfleet  St Catharines / Thorold 
Niagara Falls Soccer Club
Lead the U3/4 age group (1 to 2 teams per hour) and assist with guiding drills and skills for the first half hour of an hour session.
Niagara Falls Soccer Club
3800 Springdale Ave, Niagara Falls, Ont. EE Mitchelson Park and other various parks nearby
Assisting with various activities for our 3 day annual AC Douglas Tournament. 
 
May be a convenor for an assigned field. Collecting game sheets, calling scores, supervising any issues that may occur. 
 
Checking books on registration night (Friday) ensuring team is fully registered.
Niagara Falls Soccer Club
3800 Springdale Ave. Niagara Falls, Ont. Located in EE Mitchelson Park, behind St.Paul High School
Game Leader/Coach/Assistant Coach for Co - Ed Youth programs U3 to U18 Outdoor. 
 
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.
Brain Injury Community Re-Entry (Niagara) Inc
Various locations across the Niagara Region
Provide friendly visiting to individuals with an acquired brain injury; go out in the community together for walks, coffee, play games, etc.
YWCA Niagara Region, Main Administration Office
Delta Bingo Hall, Drummond Ave, Niagara Falls
- have own transportation to and from Delta Bingo Hall in Niagara Falls 
- call Bingo card winners 
- greet individuals  
- create a welcoming environment 
- wear supplied t-shirt with black pants and closed toed shoes
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls - Montrose Rd
various schools in Niagara Falls, Ontario
Facilitate (with a Co-mentor) 8-10 sessions to teach young boys about Healthy Eating, Active Living, Wise Decision Making, and Developing a Positive Self-Esteem. The program typically runs after school, lasting about two hours, with 8-12 boys in each group. 
 
The program is designed to be FUN and interactive through games, discussions and snack time. 
You can check out this short video for more information about the mentor role 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6Ec-H3pk6M&feature=BFa&list=UUWGY2uzEzSVjXt5m5xndBOQ
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls - Montrose Rd
various schools in Niagara Falls, Ontario
Educate young girls (grades 6-8) about Healthy Eating, Active Living, and Positive Self-Esteem. Facilitate (along with a Co-mentor) 7-10 sessions (once per week) that are fun and interactive. 
 
Sessions typically take place after school and include a series of fun games, activities, demonstrations, crafts, snacks and discussions. 
 
You can learn more about the program/your role with this short video: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgL6kPXvXA&feature=BFa&list=UUWGY2uzEzSVjXt5m5xndBOQ
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls - Montrose Rd
Various schools in Niagara Falls
Mentor a child one hour per week, during school hours. Be a positive and supportive role model to a child. All visits occur during the school year, and on school property. Meet with your 'mentee' one hour per week and engage in fun, social activities - such as games, gym time, reading, puzzles, computers, crafts, baking etc. 
 
This minimal time investment will have a lifetime impact on a child. A little time can make a BIG difference. 
 
You can check out this short video for more information:  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFpnBFi8AH8&list=UUWGY2uzEzSVjXt5m5xndBOQ&index=1&feature=plcp
United Mennonite Home
Vineland Ontario
Visiting with residents on a one to one basis. Play cards, board games, read magazines or newspapers, letter writing, outdoor and indoor walks etc.
Loyalist Retirement Residence, The
190 King Street St Catharines
Hands on experience in working within a community based setting 
Running activities on some weekends and some evenings 
Accompanying residents on excursions
River Road Retirement Residence
4067 River Road, Niagara Falls, Canada
Play games, help with events