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• Experience in the Therapy Dog Program preferred.
• Computer literate.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Solid organizational and problem-solving skills.
• Able to adapt to a flexible volunteer schedule and willingness to travel locally.
• To manage, support, and facilitate local Therapy Dog services and affiliated initiatives.
• The Therapy Dog Coordinator is responsible for the overall organization, administration, and training of the Therapy Dog Unit. Therapy Dog Coordinators work closely in co-operation with, and regularly communicate with their local Branch to ensure the smooth, efficient
operation of the program.
• Ensure that members/dogs are fully qualified and that every member has the opportunity to obtain St. John Ambulance training as
• Arrange scheduled visits to hospitals, long-term care facilities, etc., in their communities.
• Liase with local Branch on relevant administrative support issues such as financial management, fundraising and service territory.
• Identification of community needs and resources as they relate to the program.
• Provide service-related resources (e.g. uniforms and dog tags) to appropriate volunteers in a timely fashion. Orientate members to program
policies and procedures, e.g. that each member wear their uniform when visiting or representing St. John Ambulance.
• Coordinate, track and report all honours and awards to the Provincial Office.
• Assess and if required, appoint Assistant Coordinators.
• Notify the designated Evaluator in their area of the need for testing.
• Provide reports as requested by Branch.
• Meet with the Provincial Therapy Dog Advisor as required.
• Monitor new members with and without their dogs on first visits.
• Assist in the co-ordination of Therapy Dog testing, workshops and seminars.
• Co-ordinate and/or assist with public relations initiatives.
• Schedule and chair semi-annual Unit meetings.
• Attend Provincial Therapy Dog Coordinators’ Meetings as required.
• Ensure that all records and reports are completed accurately and submitted on time to the appropriate level in accordance with St. John policies and procedures - examples of reports include, but are not limited to:
-membership applications and related screening documentation;
-unit budgets (if applicable);
-unit status reports;
-tracking of volunteer visits and hours.
Educate individuals with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, their families, health professionals and others about Crohn's and Colitis Canada as well as help implement fundraising initiatives to raise money for inflammatory bowel disease medical research.
Help plan fun and profitable fundraisers in your community to find the cure for inflammatory bowel disease. You can choose between helping out the day of, or leading up to an event. Events include: Gutsy Walk, Education Events, and the Spring Fundraiser.
Gutsy Walk - Committee Members and Event Day Volunteers
Gutsy Walk provides various roles, for different types of volunteers!
There are roles for those interested in a long term committee position, and other roles for those who are interested in a single day volunteer experience.
Duties include: pledge earner recruiters, publicity volunteers, recruitment volunteers, logistics volunteers, prize and goody bag volunteers, entertainment volunteers as well as committee roles.
A wide variety of volunteer opportunities are available at The Arthritis Society across Ontario throughout the year.
Some of our key volunteer opportunities are:
Admin /Office support
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
•To meet as a group on a monthly basis for up to two hours to discuss progress and implement plans of action. Additional hours may be expected as required whether this is in a research capacity or direct attendance at events.
•To be available to attend community events that focuses on volunteer recruitment and promotes agency programs across the region.
•To distribute promotional items (i.e. flyers, brochures to other local organizations)
•To represent the agency and advocate on behalf of agency needs with outside sources (i.e. residents of respective communities, media sources, etc)
1. Locate and pack artifacts for internal movement
2. Handle and clean artifacts according to accepted museum procedures
3. Conduct inventory of collections
4. Monitor and maintain a safe work area
5. Carry out research applicable to accessioning of artifacts
6. Perform other similar and related duties