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Walk Coordinator for Newmarket [ More info ]
Are you up for a challenge? We are looking for a enthusiastic, organized and responsible person to gather volunteers and oversee hosting a ALS Walk in Newmarket! If you are that person apply today. Some of the duties will include you to:
•Select and secure a Walk site in Newmarekt
•Apply for a permitfrom the Town of Newmarekt and complete the necessary paperwork
•Arrange for a certificate of insurance from ALS Ontario
•Read the training manual and other information provided by ALS Ontario and attend the fall training conference
•Obtain local sponsorships
•Establish a place for committee meetings to be held
•Recruit volunteer leaders who will assist in organizing the Walk
•Attend and chair Walk meetings
•Oversee committee members
•Provide timely updates to ALS Ontario
•Work within the budget for the Walk established by ALS Ontario
•Prepare a Walk Profile report following the walk and submit to ALS Ontario
Office Assistant [ More info ]
Would you like to help in our office doing:
* General typing, photocopying and filing duties
* Regular update of databases
* Assist with production of quarterly newsletters and other mailings
* Assist as needed with administrative requirements for special events
* Other tasks as may be discussed and mutually agreed upon
Office Volunteer [ More info ]
We are always looking for volunteers to help in the office. Volunteer opportunities include photocopying booklets, counting donation money, making calls to recruit past volunteers for upcoming positions, calling volunteers to thank them for their participation, mailings etc.
Relay for Life Team and Committee Members [ More info ]
We are looking for volunteers to assist with our Relay for Life fundraiser. Planning starts with committee members and leaders to assist with recruitment, logistics, games and activities, marketing and promotion.
If you would like to volunteer for the Aurora or Newmarket event please get in touch to offer your skills in organizing or sharing ideas. We need you!
Clerical Office Worker [ More info ]
Are you interested in general office duties such as shredding, mapping, data entry, telephoning and other office duties? We are looking for a friendly person that would like to help at our organization.
Branch Council [ More info ]
Would you like to participate in strategic planning sessions with the Branch Council and attend Branch Council meetings on a regular basis? We are looking for volunteers that live in York Region and are responsible and will actively seek out and participate in community engagements to promote and raise awareness of the Canadian Red Cross programs.
Branch Front Desk Volunteer [ More info ]
The purpose of this volunteer position is to provide reception for the Branch and provide administrative support for programs and services. We are looking for volunteers with excellent customer service and communication skills along with office skills such as intermediate knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Regular duties would include walk-in inquiries, providing program information, provide health equipment loans, donation receipting, first aid course registration, and lots of variety in other general office duties.
Baby Boomer Caring Ambassadors [ More info ]
Are you a baby boomer? Do you have a passion to serve the seniors in your community? We are looking for volunteers to assist with friendly visiting and our seniors helpline.
Recreation Volunteer [ More info ]
We are currently looking for volunteers to help in our recreation and lifestyle departments to ensure our Keswick residents are enjoying all of their leisure time.
We are always looking for help with outings, programs, special events, organization and light duties around the home.
Many more positions exist such as visiting one on one, bible programs, ladies monthly tea and discussion group, Meal Service or getting involved in our leisure time by providing singing, musical instruments or other entertainment.
So if you like working with Seniors? We have many opportunities that you could share your time and help make a elderly person's day. Come and share your time and talents with us!
We accept high school students for their 40 OSSD hours or Co-op students at all levels.
Telephone Reassurance [ More info ]
Make someone's day brighter by calling a senior to check in and let them know that you are thinking about them. Work from home.
Indulge Your Senses One Evening Event Volunteer [ More info ]
We are looking for volunteers to help at our upcoming event Indulge Your Senses. This would include helping at registration, serving food, monitoring spa appointments, raffle sales, silent auction and set up and tear down.
This successful one day fundraising event is an evening of pampering, relaxation and indulgence for women and includes spa treatments (massages, reflexology, manicures, makeup/facials), wine tasting, decadent food, a dessert-in-the-dark experience, silent auction, raffle and more.
Indulge Your Senses Planning Event & Committee Volunteers [ More info ]
We are looking for volunteers who can assist with planning our one day event 'Indulge Your Senses' this would include - ticket sales, sponsorship and silent auction prizes.
This evening event of pampering, relaxation and indulgence for women and includes spa treatments (massages, reflexology, manicures, makeup/facials), wine tasting, decadent food, a dessert-in-the-dark experience, silent auction, raffle and more.
If you would like to get involved with planning our successful event, please apply today.
Office Team Volunteer [ More info ]
Office Team Volunteers are needed to work on administrative tasks such as:
Assembling client and volunteer information packages
Placing reminder calls
Entering of statistical information and
other short and long term projects as they arise
Researcher [ More info ]
Calling all budding Researchers, Statisticians, and Historians! The Market needs help in researching data from other farmers’ markets, collecting data about our community, and organizing data and statistics from our market. Are you a whiz with Excel and want to help?
Web Design and Social Media [ More info ]
Are you handy with html and Facebook? We are looking for ongoing support to keep our content and design fresh on our website, blog and Facebook.
Design and content support are needed!
Writers [ More info ]
We’re looking for articles on market events, vendor profiles, and community interest angles to promote the Market on the website and in local papers and publications. Wanna try your hand at freelancing?
Community Resource Development (Fund Development) [ More info ]
We require a volunteer to review our present database of Direct Mail clients and then to develop an updated direct mail strategy including recommendations for list segmentation, letter writing and mail schedule. The applicant should have experience in marketing and a knowledge of direct mail principles. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, strong project management skills and the ability to work within a team environment are all assets. This position would be suited for an individual with a college education in fundraising, marketing and direct mail strategies.
Big Bike Ride - Keswick [ More info ]
Volunteers are needed to help out at our upcoming Big Bike Events, helping with set-up, greeting, registration, serving food, handing out prizes and clean-up.
Volunteers Needed!: Big Bike is our wacky bike built for 30, where corporate and community teams jump onboard to have fun and raise funds for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario.
In-Office Volunteer [ More info ]
Our team is looking for reliable, detail-oriented and committed volunteers to assist us with data entry and administrative tasks. Ideally, for this position we are looking for a volunteer who is able to commit 2 days a week, full or half days for 3 months. Knowledge of STAR (Salesforce) would be an asset!
Leadership Volunteers Needed [ More info ]
Our York North office is looking for volunteers who are interested in participating in a leadership capacity. Volunteers for this role will be helping our office with planning and recruitment of volunteers for next year’s P2P Campaign in February 2014. As a captain, you will be involved in supporting a team of 10 canvassers who live in your neighborhood in February. Your tasks will include: making personal contact with your canvassers, welcoming them as a canvasser and introducing yourself as their Captain, delivering and picking up their canvassing kits at the beginning and end of the campaign, touching base with them in Mid February, reporting in to us as to how your team is doing and how much money they have collected so far, and of course thanking your canvassers and asking them to help again next year. If you are friendly, organized and mature, have experience and/or interest in volunteering in a canvassing campaign, enjoy getting to know your neighbors, then this is the ideal role for you!
Money Counters [ More info ]
We are looking for individuals who are responsible, detail oriented, have excellent organization skills and good mathematic skills to help count and organize the funds gathered from our fundraising events. Experience with similar tasks is an asset. Specifically the interested volunteers will be helping out with money counting needs from P2P and our school programs. We would need volunteers to be able to come into our Newmarket office a couple days a week for this opportunity.
Office Volunteers [ More info ]
Office volunteers will be helping out with different tasks, such as: data entry, receipt writing/management, money counting, and other administrative duties as required. For this role, we are looking for volunteers who have excellent administrative skills (very comfortable on the computer, using Microsoft Excel and data management systems), are very friendly on the phone (with excellent customer service skills and a strong command of spoken English), are detail oriented, able to multitask and can easily adapt to a fast-paced and changing environment. As our needs do change, flexibility is an asset in terms of your availability for coming into the office. This role would be ideal for someone who is retired or has long term availability.
Receipt Writers [ More info ]
As some of our most important programs of the year have come to an end, we are in need of volunteers for receipt writing. It is one of the many tasks we take part in to organize all the funds and support we receive from the community for our programs. If you are detail oriented and responsible, this might be the task for you!
Youth Leaders Wanted! [ More info ]
Calling all youth leaders! We are looking for enthusiastic and results oriented high school leaders to become Heart Month Captains, organizing and executing fund raising activities within your high school. Fund raising activities could include: selling heart-o-grams for Valentine's Day, organizing a fashion show, dance contest or bake sale.
If you are friendly, organized and mature, have experience and/or interest in volunteering in a fund raising campaign,then this is the ideal role for you!
Data Management and Routing Support Volunteer [ More info ]
We are looking for 4-6 volunteers to support us in updating our volunteer data base and assist with the routing for our Heart Month campaign. Volunteers for this role will ideally have a strong command of the English language, be detailed oriented and very comfortable and well versed on the computer. Comfort working with data and numbers are also key skills that are needed in order to be successful in this role.
Heart and Stroke Campaign Support [ More info ]
Heart Month Support Team
We are looking for reliable and responsible volunteers to play a leadership role in supporting our campaign by helping out with phone calling, driving kits, event help and wrapping up the campaign. For this role, we are looking for volunteers who have excellent customer service/phone skills, as well as strong passion for the cause. For this role, we are looking for individuals who can make a commitment to volunteering for a minimum of one evening a week
Office Help [ More info ]
We are currently looking for office volunteers to assist with working in the office on data entry, answering phones, finance reconciliations etc. Volunteers for this role will ideally have a strong command of the English language, be detailed oriented and very comfortable and well versed on the computer. Comfort working with data and numbers as well as comfort with talking with volunteers and donors on the phone are all key skills that are needed in order to be successful in this role. You must be available to volunteer during the day and as well as commit to a minimum of 1 day per week for this role.
Hospice Office Volunteer [ More info ]
We are seeking a volunteer to assist with our fund raising efforts. Volunteers must be familiar with MS Office, Excel, Word and writing letters. This person will provide assistance to staff in the preparation of internet searches, spread sheets and other duties. Command of the English language both written and oral required.
It would be beneficial if applicants have an understanding of non-profit organizations along with being familiar with the nature of palliative care, the philosophy of hospice and the grieving.
Food Bank Helper [ More info ]
Humanity First runs a "Feed a Family Program" through the local Food Bank in Vaughan. We provide food hampers containing non perishable food items to individuals and families in need.
If you would like to volunteer with this program, please get in touch. We are looking for the following activities to be done by volunteers.
1- Food donations sorting, shelving, warehousing, packing family food hampers
2- Attending phone calls and walk-in clients
3- Housekeeping and assisting in office work
4- Running food drives to collect food donations
5- Database management
Please indicate which area you would like to volunteer with.
Tuck Shop Volunteer [ More info ]
Tuck shop volunteers are needed that are responsible and can serve in our “tuck shop”. Clerical duties will require volunteers to check and record the cash balance before and after the daily service along with keeping inventory of the tuck shop sales item and stock.
Council of Advisory Teens (C.A.T.S.) [ More info ]
The Council will meet once a month to work on projects that will help shape the programs and services offered to teens by the Newmarket Public Library. Projects could involve program suggestions and development, book displays, web site development, participation in community events, promotional material development, contests, and collection recommendations. This position is for 13 - 18 year old students. This program runs from October to June. Come out and have a say in your Library.
Grant and Proposal Writer [ More info ]
Would you like to help us secure funds by searching out new grants that we might apply for? Do you have the skills to assist us in grant and proposal writing? Do you care deeply about abandoned and abused cats and kittens? If so please get in touch.
Office Support Volunteer [ More info ]
Would you like to be the welcoming voice and person in our office to work on general office duties, reception and telephone calls?
Part Time Bookkeeper [ More info ]
We are looking for a trained book keeper to look after our payroll, accounts receivables and payables. Please see the complete list of duties below.
Receptionist [ More info ]
We are looking for a front desk receptionist whose duties will be:
• To answer the phones, direct calls, check messages
• To answer general questions and provide information about the Agency
• To greet all incoming clients and visitors
• To ensure all clients and visitors are signed in
• To arrange transportation for school and outreach programs
• To update school attendance binders
• and other duties as may be required
Reception Volunteer [ More info ]
Volunteers are needed at our long-term care facility to assist at the front desk. Volunteers will be responsible for answering the telephone and redirecting calls; greeting residents, staff, and visitors; and be given project work as the need arises.
Amnesty International Writers [ More info ]
Everyday around the world, people are tortured, imprisoned or made to 'disappear' for speaking up for what they believe in. Take action against these Human Rights violations - meet with like minded teens and write letters to help free prisoners of consceince.
Podcasters Wanted! [ More info ]
We are looking for teen volunteers to create and record book review podcasts. Was the book good? Was it bad? We want to know!
Sign up today to be a podcaster and give us your opinion!
Administrative Volunteer [ More info ]
We are looking for volunteers to assist in our office. The following excellent office skills are required:
typing; computer and printer knowledge (minimum of Microsoft Word, but Excel, Access and PowerPoint knowledge and experience would be an asset); photocopier use; fax machine use; filing; answering telephone inquiries; and greeting visitors.
Community Engagement Volunteer [ More info ]
We are looking for an enthusiastic person to assist us strengthen our relationship with the community by building community partnerships, developing donor lists, working on special events, and other activities to reach out to our community? We will help you to get started, you bring the enthusiasm and energy needed to help us grow in the Region.
Volunteer Business mentors- men or women [ More info ]
Women’s Centre of York Region is looking for retired business owners to mentor entrepreneurs and help them fully launch viable and sustainable businesses. If you are retired, currently own or have owned your own small business, come from a Fortune 500 company, or worked in the business community and have a sincere commitment to helping small businesses or volunteering, there is a place for you at the Enterprising Business Incubator program, Women’s Centre of York Region
Mentoring is a key component of WCYR’s EBI program. It is an opportunity for business leaders to give support to incubator participants by providing advice, suggestions, and feedback. Mentors provide objectivity and access to additional community resources of benefit to new entrepreneurs
Community Event Planning [ More info ]
The Woman's Support Network is a non profit organization that will give you the opportunity to engage with our organization and assist with the planning and implementation of our community events. Some of the events include: Go the Distance 30K Walk in June, Take Back the Night in September and Sisters in Spirit in October.
On Call Crisis Line Support [ More info ]
We are looking for people who want to work with women who may have experienced a recent sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, date rape or other similar experience. You would be working from home and be on call.
Office Support [ More info ]
We are looking for an enthusiastic friendly person to assist us with calling past members and general office work.
Knowledge of excel is an asset.
Office help [ More info ]
Voluntary position available in our office doing general office duties such as answering the telephone, filing, and data entry. If you have basic computer and office skills we would love you to help in our office.