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Professional Advisory Committee   Aurora  East Gwillimbury  Georgina  King Township  Markham  Newmarket  Richmond Hill  Vaughan  Whitchurch Stouffville 
Bereaved Families of Ontario, York Region
The Professional Advisory Committee meets bi-monthly, not including the summer months. 
Purpose: To create a vision for the future of BFO and augment the self-help model of BFO with professional expertise in the area of bereavement. 
Outline of Responsibilities/Tasks: 
To review needs and establish programs to meet the needs of the bereaved in the community. 
To support/develop bereaved facilitators through the Facilitator Training Program. 
To recruit and interview qualified volunteers/facilitators for current programs. 
To assist in providing public education in the area of bereavement. 
To screen and support appropriate research in the field of bereavement. 
To be a resource to the bereavement volunteer facilitators and the staff. 
To provide written document regarding status and direction of P.A.C. 
PAC should approve in principle BFO’s goals and programs(self-help model) 
PAC will appoint from its members, sub committees to facilitate the successful function of the committee if needed.
Beyond Abilities Centre
BAC offers programs and services to individuals with disabilities. We are looking for volunteers with skills and experience that can help improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. 
Directors attend BAC meetings, usually 5-6 meetings a year, as well as other fundraising events. 
Committee members attend meetings the second Tuesday of every month, most of them are via-teleconference and usually 3-4 meetings per year are at the BAC office at 6:00 p.m.  
Individuals will also be expected to volunteer in events held by BAC: workshops, golf tournaments, fundraising events and open houses to promote our programs and services.
Job Skills, Newmarket - Head Office
Make a difference in our community by volunteering for the Job Skills Board of Directors. Share your expertise and knowledge with other community-minded individuals. 
Every year, we help more than 20,000 un-employed/under-employed individuals as they seek employment or start their own business. 
With strong leadership, Job Skills strives to continue to grow. Be a part of that growth by volunteering a few hours a week and help shape our community. 
Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume here on LinkedIn 
Responses will be followed up by our Board Nominating Committee
Board Members   Newmarket 
Special Olympics Ontario.[York Region], Special Olympics Ontario Newmarket and Area
We are looking for board members to support and bring new ideas to the local Special Olympics Community. We are looking for people to fill the following vacancies: Webmaster, Public Relations, Volunteer Registration, and Community at Large Members.
Women's Support Network of York Region
Volunteers needed for: 24-hour Crisis Line, child minding, fundraising, bingo, Board of Directors and community event planning. 
Volunteers are required to: Act within the spirit of our Vision and Core Values & Guiding Principles; Adhere to our policies and procedures; Maintain confidentiality Commit to the time requirements; and Attend all required training sessions and/ or orientation sessions.
Board Member   Richmond Hill 
Yellow Brick House
Yellow Brick House invites nominations for our volunteer Board of Directors. The Board is responsible for governance, strategic planning, policy development, financial and risk management, and monitoring and evaluation. Board members bring skills, experience and thought leadership to the table. The Agency welcomes board members with profession background in one or more areas of leadership, strategic planning, financial and risk management, Human Resources, communications and marketing, stewardship and fundraising, housing, family and/or immigration law, real estate and/or property management, government relations, and knowledge of communities. 
Mandate of the Board: A non-profit charitable organization established in 1978, Yellow Brick House is managed by a community-based volunteer Board of Directors who plan, set policy, and ensure adequate resources are available to fulfill our mission. There are up to 12 Board members. The Board meets regularly with the Executive Director to monitor agency progress and needs, and provide strategic direction. The ED is responsible for day-to-day operations and is a resource to the Board. Board members do not engage in direct service activities with clients. 
Board Application Process: Interested volunteers are invited to submit a current resume and letter of interest. The Executive Director will share the information with the President of the Board and the Chair of the Governance Committee. The candidate may be invited for an interview with Executive Director and select board members. References will be requested and a Vulnerable Sector Check will be required. The current Board will review the applications and bring recommendations to the board. Board members are elected for a 3-year term. Should a vacancy arise, it may be filled through election by Board members at their regular meetings and ratified by the membership at the next annual general meeting, A New Board Member Orientation is offered to incoming Board members. 
Committees: Each Board Member participates in at least one committee. 
1. Governance Committee 
2. Finance and Audit Committee 
3. Community Awareness Committee
Board Member   Newmarket 
York Regional Police, One District, 240 Prospect Street, Newmarket
Attend monthly meetings (currently Tuesday evenings in Newmarket September - June), support fundraising events (one-two/year), contribute expertise/special skills as needed


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