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Board Member   Fort Erie  Grimsby / Lincoln / West Lincoln  Niagara Falls / Niagara-on-the-Lake  Pelham / Welland  Port Colborne / Wainfleet  St Catharines / Thorold 
Contact Niagara for Children's and Developmental Services
23 Hannover Drive, Unit 8 St. Catharines
Contact Niagara provides information and access to children's mental health services, children's developmental services and autism services across the Niagara Region, supported by the Ministries of Children and Youth Services and Community and Social Services. We recognize and honour diversity in race, ethnicity, culture, age, abilities, gender, sexual orientation and places where people live. 
Board Member recruitment occurs during the spring of each year, with selection and voting of candidates at the Annual General Meeting in September each year.
Volunteer   Fort Erie 
EquineAbility Therapeutic Riding Centre
We are looking for volunteers to prepare horses and walk with with riders who have special needs. No experience is necessary as we provide training and our horses are exceptionally gentle and easy to work with!
Community Support Services of Niagara, St Catharines, Administration
St. Catharines, Welland and Niagara Falls
Assist in social and recreational activities in 4 buildings in the Niagara Region (2 buildings in St. Catharines, 1 building in Niagara Falls, 1 building in Welland). Activities include: Bingo, Crafts, Music Appreciation, Assisted Shopping, Transportation, Breakfast and Supper Socials, Movie nights, Friendly Visiting, Special Events, Market Days and Good Food Box.
Volunteer Services   Fort Erie  Grimsby / Lincoln / West Lincoln  Niagara Falls / Niagara-on-the-Lake  Pelham / Welland  Port Colborne / Wainfleet  St Catharines / Thorold 
CNIB, Niagara Region
Vision Mate: 
Provide one-on-one sighted assistance and companionship for a person who is blind or partially sighted. Assist in activities of the client’s choosing, at his/her home or in the community, including reading, organizing, walking, running errands, and friendly visiting.  
(2-4 hours Monthly)  
Deliver presentations to community organizations, schools, senior centres and professional groups; represent CNIB at community information forums (health fairs); if you are a CNIB client, consider sharing your personal stories to raise awareness about vision loss, vision health, and CNIB.  
(Flexible Commitment) 
Ambassador Assistant: 
Partnered with a CNIB Ambassador, directly assist someone who is blind or partially sighted with their community presentations. Drive client to determined location, help set up display and help to ensure things go smoothly.  
(Flexible Commitment) 
Leadership Committee and Public Relations: 
Assist in shaping and implementing CNIB’s local strategies around Vision Health, Volunteer Support, Fundraising and Client Services. You can help CNIB build and maintain a strong community presence.  
(Flexible Commitment)
Brain Injury Community Re-Entry (Niagara) Inc
At various locations
Provide friendly visiting to individuals with an acquired brain injury; go out in the community together (for walks, coffee, movies, etc).