Join us Wednesday's from 6:30 - 9pm at Ronald McDonald House, for some fun with families residing at the Ronald McDonald House!
Campus to Community hosts a weekly Family Games Night at the House where we play board games, make crafts and activities, and put smiles on faces.
For more information please email email@example.com
*Please note a Vulnerable Sector Screening is required for this volunteer opportunity*
All volunteers must have a Criminal Record Check prior to their first shift.
Around the Bay Race are looking for volunteers for various positions.
- Volunteers would be asked to staff a water station along the race route. This is an outdoor activity at the end of March.
- Another volunteer position would be serving beer samples at the end of the race. Volunteers would need smart serve certification.
- Another volunteer opportunity would be a course marshal along part of the race route informing local traffic there will be a slight delay.
gritLIT is Hamilton’s annual literary festival taking place April 16-20, 2020.
We bring together diverse voices — the biggest Canadian authors, new talent and local writers — in a series of up-close-and-personal readings and events.
Our new Youth Council (aged 18-30) organizes events to engage the next generation of readers, raising money and awareness for our programs.
- Help us shape youth and children’s programming
- Throw gritLIT’s Friday night party, the introvert’s bash of the year
- Learn about festival production and fundraising
Get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your council membership of $40* gets you: 4 gritLIT tickets (excl. headliner and workshops), 2 party tickets and a $20 tax receipt.
Please let us know if cost is a barrier for you.
Phone it Forward is a relatively new campaign, aiming to refurbish used smart phones and provide them to people in need. On an ongoing basis, the CNIB (a registered charity) needs helping hands to raise awareness and encourage donations of used phones to support Canadians with limited vision.
Volunteer with the Centre for Climate Change Management to support the Bay Area Climate Change Council (BACCC) Forum on February 25th.
We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic volunteers to help with the Climate Change Forum. This event is open to the public and is being hosted at Mohawk College's Fennell Campus on February 25th from 5 - 9 pm. We will require support with event set up and tear down, workshop note taking, campus directions and more!
During the event you will hear from city councilors, BACCC members, and Dr. Mark Jaccard, author of The Citizen’s Guide to Climate Success. Volunteer training and dinner during the event will be provided.
The AreclorMittal Grassroots Soccer Hamilton program are in urgent need of volunteers! This is a great way to support youth participation in the game we all love! This program is designed for children in Ward 3!
This is a 10 week program that runs from June 16th to August 18th (Tuesday evenings) at Tim Horton's Field. Last year, Forge players were out and volunteering in the program!
Can't make every week, but would still like to come out and help? No problem! You tell us what week(s) work for you! We always appreciate the help we can get.
NO PREVIOUS COACHING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
For registration, please fill out the registration form and scanned or emailed back at the email address given below. For further information, please contact Anthony via email email@example.com
SEE YOU ON THE PITCH!
Volunteer board members needed for small local charity.
Community oriented people needed to help support The Healing Oasis which provides counselling supports for those in recovery, and those who are suffering from trauma, crisis and loss. We require people with administrative and technological skills, but if you'd like to become involved, contact us for more information.
The Youth Aiding Youth program at ROCK is seeking driven and dedicated volunteers to spend time with children between the ages of 6-12 years old, participating in fun & recreational activities. The goal of this mentoring relationship is to support the child in developing their confidence, self-esteem and social skills, while providing them with an older positive role model and friend. Interested Candidates will be:
-16-24 years of age
-Looking to gain hands on experience within a mental health organization
-Looking to make a difference in the lives of "at-risk" children within Halton
-Able to commit to spending 3 hours a week for a minimum of 9 months with the child they are matched with
-Able to work independently and take the initiative to plan a variety of activities and outings for the volunteer and child to participate in
The Youth Aiding Youth program at ROCK is seeking professional, outgoing and dedicated volunteers to perform outreach within the Halton community for the purpose of volunteer recruitment. This role will involve hosting information tables at various events such as community wellness/volunteer fairs and volunteer recruitment drives at secondary schools within the Halton region. Interested Candidates will be:
-Age 18 years and older
-Capable of travelling to various locations within the Halton community
-Comfortable with public speaking and presenting to small crowds
-Capable of having a flexible schedule with the ability to commit to daytime, evening and
weekend outreach opportunities
If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please email Faye Fakhereddin at:
The Youth Aiding Youth program at ROCK is seeking driven and dedicated volunteers to co-facilitate social skills groups for children between the ages of 6-12 years old. These groups involve supporting children who need assistance developing social skills, confidence, and self-esteem. The volunteers facilitate the sessions by following a program manual that includes topics such as self-esteem, bullying, social language skills and more. Interested candidates:
-Age 19 years and older
-Have previous experience working with children
-Able to work well within a team setting with the shared goal of co-facilitating a successful social skills group
-Able to follow the program manual and facilitate group discussions, engaging activities and fun games
-Should be able to manage behaviours and use quick problem solving
-Should be outgoing and possess established leadership skills
Commitment: 2 hrs once a week for 10 weeks (6 weeks for summer groups)