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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
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
* Working in areas of recruitment, scheduling, and site coordination
* Performs outbound calls/email and electronic tracking regarding volunteer availability, scheduled shifts and/or confirmations
* Ensures dissemination and tracking of on-boarding and off-boarding activities at site
* Provides reports to the Volunteer Coordinator as requested
2. Customer Service
* Assist with and implements internal and external recruitment strategies, and negotiates recruitment expectations, when necessary
* Reports any trends identified to improve Volunteer Resource Management
* Advises applicants of position requirements, and respond to inquiries from prospective volunteers
* Meets and welcomes all volunteers, new and returning at site
* Ensures all new volunteers receive a site orientation prior to assignment at first shift
* Interacts with Health Tapestry personnel with care and refers out of scope inquiries to the Volunteer Coordinator
* Observes and educates others on routine precautions to ensure occupational health and safety standards including use of required personal protective equipment and hand hygiene
* Collaborates with Health Tapestry colleagues to ensure efficient and effective operations
3. Other duties as assigned
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
Reception / General Administration
•Perform reception duties
•Greet and attend to any donors / stakeholders that come in, in a friendly, professional manner
•Complete data entry, data management and record keeping for programs & campaigns
•Responsible for receipting and inputting on Niagara area programs and any donations received
•Receive and distribute courier / bus / mail on a daily basis
•Perform other duties as required by the Program Managers, Provincial Administrators and other staff
•Answer calls to main switchboard, address inquiries or forward as needed
•Assist with communications to potential and existing partners such as, preparing written correspondence, sending fax / e-mails, distributing newsletters, making confirmation and follow-up phone calls
•Assist with preparation for promotional activities and materials, such as business / mall displays, promotion kits, Heart Month Kick-Off & Appreciation events
•Ensure supply box for event day packed and ready to go
•Print of Kintera sheets the morning of events for accurate and up to date donation totals
•Train and oversee on-site volunteers for P2P / Big Bike and other Niagara office volunteers
•Assist with relationship management, including attending events
•Event registration and money management
•Encourage enthusiastic participation and provide excellent customer service
•Maintain complete and orderly records for all designated programs
•Assist with calls to volunteers to confirm their return or recruitment of other volunteers
•Prepare and send out physical and digital Thank you letters
•Eagerness to learn and passion of what you do
•Time management skills
•Excellent written and oral communication skills
•Customer service focus
•Proficiency in Microsoft Office including: Word, Excel, Outlook,
•Strong organizational skills and records management
•Ability to take direction and also to work independently while being part of a team effort
Skills are assets but not required as training will be provided of the various administrative tasks. Bring your enthusiasm and passion for what you do and we provide the rest.