Campus to Community is looking for volunteers to support Special Olympics Hamilton with an upcoming floor hockey tournament.
Date: Saturday November 30, 2019
Location: Cathedral High School, 30 Wentworth Street North, Hamilton, Ontario
Time: 8:00 am-4:00 pm
We require score keepers and helpers to hand out lunches.
**ALL volunteers must have a criminal reference check completed prior to the event**
Please contact Sarah Turner at: SOH Floor Hockey Tournament Volunteers
Campus to Community is looking for volunteers to support Special Olympics Hamilton with an upcoming swim meet.
Date: Sunday October 20, 2019
Location: Westmount Recreation Centre - 35 Lynbrook Drive - Hamilton, Ontario
Time: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
We require timers, marshals and if anyone happens to have knowledge of the GMS7 swim program that would be greatly appreciated.
**ALL volunteers will be required to have a criminal reference check completed prior to the event**
Please contact Sarah Turner at: SOH Swim Meet
Volunteers are needed to sell popcorn at a Varsity basketball home game.
Proceeds will be collected in honour of the late Alex Robertson for Special Olympics Hamilton.
Date: October 25 2019
Time: 5:30-8:00 pm
Please contact Sarah Turner at: SOH Fundraiser Volunteers
Campus to Community along with Wesley Urban Ministries is looking for volunteers to help out with newcomers to Canada.
Each week, students meet at Wesley to engage with newcomers to help them learn English and feel comfortable in speaking the language through conversation and companionship. This is done through games and activities.
We will meet every Tuesday at Wesley Urban Ministries from 3:00-4:30 PM.
Green Venture is a Hamilton-based non-profit environmental organization. Green Venture engages students and the community to live more sustainably and provides environmental services and outreach programs that create a greener, healthier community. Green Venture operates EcoHouse in Stoney Creek - a 1850s farmhouse on 2 acres of property containing a variety of eco-demonstrations and gardens.
Do you enjoy being outdoors and working with your hands?
Visit the EcoHouse! There are a lot of things that need to be done before winter arrives and you can help! We will be weeding, planting and mulching to tuck in the plants until next spring.
Attire: Please dress according to the weather. No open-toed shoes. Gloves will be provided.
Equipment: Please bring a reusable water bottle. All tools will be provided.
Facilities: Indoor washrooms are available and there is a kettle to boil some water for tea or hot chocolate.
Transportation will be provided from Fennell Campus. Meet in Student Life (room R203).
Empowerment Squared is a Canadian charity that works with you and communities to effect sustainable change through education, social development, and lifelong learning opportunities. They aim to empower less privileged communities through academic mentoring for youth and young adults, information literacy, leadership development, and supervised access to sports and recreation opportunities.
Academic Mentoring for Elementary & High School:
Join a team of tutors that provide students with mentoring and tutoring for academic success in preparation for a pathway to post-secondary education.
Select the date that you would like to volunteer in the registration page below. Please note that Empowerment Squared requires a 3 month commitment, and you will be required to submit a Criminal Record Check. All clear Criminal Record Checks will be reimbursed.
Looking for ways to give back during Reading Week?
Join our team of Campus to Community volunteers as we paint the community room at Mission Services!
Volunteers will be responsible for helping to prepare the space, paint walls & clean up afterwards.
Transportation from Fennell Campus will be provided.
Join our team of Campus to Community volunteers as we plant trees with the "Friends of the Eramosa Karst" (FOTEK).
Volunteers will be responsible for planting native trees and shrubs to regenerate ecosystems in a section of the Eramosa Karst.
Transportation will be provided from Fennell campus. All volunteers must come prepared wearing long pants and running shoes or hiking boots.
The 196 is an afterschool program run between Mission Services and City School by Mohawk. The program is based on the theory, “healthy body, healthy food, and healthy mind.” A group of 15 students in grades six to eight participate in afterschool programming which provides homework help and additional programming to promote learning.
Volunteers will assist with health & fitness programming in the DBARC at Fennell Campus on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00pm.
Please note, all volunteers need to obtain a Vulnerable Sector Screening.
We ask volunteers for at least a four week commitment
Join one of our Campus to Community volunteer teams at Mission Services!
Mission Services are looking for volunteers to assist them with Food Bank.
Responsibilities of Volunteers:
-Welcome and engage with community members waiting for intake at the Good Food Centre.
-Greet clients approaching the food distribution area.
-Assist community members with providing children with appropriate activities.
-Help community members navigate in the Good Food Centre.
-Receive the “shopping list” and retrieve food items accordingly.
-During slow periods, check shelves for expired items and dispose of those that do not comply with food safety standards.
There are multiple shifts available for this opportunity! Transportation can be arranged from Fennell Campus