Volunteer Algoma Tuesday, March 31, 2020
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Relay for Life Recruitment and Retention Lead Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
There is a wonderful opportunity to create a meaningful event in your community that celebrates those who have lived, are living, and moving past cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life event brings neighbors, friends, and community influencers together, united by the common goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. The experience of cheering on survivors, walking the track, and joining in a range of track side activities at Relay For Life (RFL) creates an unforgettable evening! Recruitment and Retention Lead As the Recruitment and Retention Lead, you are organized, self-motivated, and have great interpersonal skills. Using your personal and professional networks, you will assist in promotion and recruitment for the Relay For Life event by collaborating with your Canadian Cancer Society staff partner and the Relay For Life Event Chair. This role involves prospecting, developing, and establishing new relationships and leads, as well as educating them about this opportunity. You will also be provided contact information for participants from the previous year's event; you will become their point of contact for engaging in 2020! The committee will meet regularly over the year, with increasing commitments as the event approaches. Each committee member will have their own portfolio but will share a passion for the mission: to provide the opportunity for those affected by cancer to come together and draw support while raising funds for critical, life-saving cancer research and programs. Interested? Would you like to know more? Please fill out this short form: https://support.cancer.ca/site/SPageNavigator/Gen_ON_Volunteer_form.html and indicate in the box marked ‘Other’ that you would like to learn about RFL committee positions and this particular role. We cannot wait to chat with you about how your involvement will have a positive, long-lasting impact!
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Relay for Life Participant and Team Coaching Lead Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
There is a wonderful opportunity to create a meaningful event in your community that celebrates those who have lived, are living, and moving past cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life event brings neighbors, friends, and community influencers together, united by the common goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. The experience of cheering on survivors, walking the track, and joining in a range of trackside activities at Relay For Life (RFL) creates an unforgettable evening! Participant and Team Coaching Lead As the Participant and Team Coaching lead, you will utilize your personal and professional networks to raise awareness, encourage participation and drive fundraising results for local participants and teams. You will oversee all participant and team activities, as well as ensure participants have the required tools and resources to be successful and have fun raising money to reach their goals. Your strong interpersonal skills, excellent time management and passion for helping others will be an asset. The committee will meet regularly over the course of the year, with increasing commitments as the event approaches. Each committee member will have their own portfolio but will share a passion for the mission: to provide the opportunity for those affected by cancer to come together and draw support while raising funds for critical, life-saving cancer research and programs. Interested? Would you like to know more? Please fill out this short form - https://support.cancer.ca/site/SPageNavigator/Gen_ON_Volunteer_form.html and indicate in the box marked ‘Other’ that you would like to learn about RFL committee positions and this particular role. We cannot wait to chat with you about how your involvement will have a positive, long-lasting impact!
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Relay for Life Volunteer Lead Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
There is a wonderful opportunity to create a meaningful event in your community that celebrates those who have lived, are living, and moving past cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life event brings neighbors, friends, and community influencers together, united by the common goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. The experience of cheering on survivors, walking the track, and joining in a range of trackside activities at Relay For Life (RFL) creates an unforgettable evening! Volunteer Lead As the Volunteer Lead, you are organized, self-motivated, and have great interpersonal skills. You are well connected and enjoy helping others to positively impact the community. You will work alongside the Canadian Cancer Society staff to recruit new volunteers and to re-engage past volunteers for this event. You will connect with other committee leads to assess their volunteer needs and ensure that volunteers have an exceptional experience. The committee will meet regularly over the course of the year, with increasing commitments as the event approaches. Each committee member will have their own portfolio but will share a passion for the mission: to provide the opportunity for those affected by cancer to come together and draw support while raising funds for critical, life-saving cancer research and programs. Interested? Would you like to know more? Please fill out this short form https://support.cancer.ca/site/SPageNavigator/Gen_ON_Volunteer_form.html and indicate in the box marked ‘Other’ that you would like to learn about RFL committee positions and this particular role. We cannot wait to chat with you about how your involvement will have a positive, long-lasting impact!
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Relay for Life Ceremonies Lead Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
There is a wonderful opportunity to create a meaningful event in your community that celebrates those who have lived, are living, and moving past cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life event brings neighbors, friends, and community influencers together, united by the common goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. The experience of cheering on survivors, walking the track, and joining in a range of track side activities at Relay For Life (RFL) creates an unforgettable evening! Ceremonies Lead As a Ceremonies Lead, you are creative, innovative, and comfortable with public speaking. You will design and deliver significant messaging for the four ceremonies that will take place during the RFL event. Your experience with event management and your attention to detail will have a significant impact on the tone of the night and be critical in creating a sense of community. You will be part of a committee that meets regularly over the year, with increasing commitments as the event approaches. Each committee member will have their own portfolio but will share a passion for the mission: to provide the opportunity for those affected by cancer to come together and draw support while raising funds for critical, life-saving cancer research and programs. Interested? Would you like to know more? Please fill out this short form https://support.cancer.ca/site/SPageNavigator/Gen_ON_Volunteer_form.html and indicate in the box marked ‘Other’ that you would like to learn about RFL committee positions and this particular role. We cannot wait to chat with you about how your involvement will have a positive, long-lasting impact!
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Relay for Life Entertainment Lead Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
There is a wonderful opportunity to create a meaningful event in your community that celebrates those who have lived, are living, and moving past cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life event brings neighbors, friends, and community influencers together, united by the common goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. The experience of cheering on survivors, walking the track, and joining in a range of trackside activities at Relay For Life (RFL) creates an unforgettable evening! Entertainment Lead Role As the Entertainment Lead, you possess experience in the areas of performance management, creative planning, coordinating logistics, and materials. You will be the lead person to obtain and create entertainment and activities that will engage participants and create community spirit throughout the event. Your committee will oversee food and beverages, as well as all aspects that promote the volunteer and participant experience. You will lead a committee that meets regularly over the year, with increasing commitments as the event approaches. Each committee member will have their own portfolio but will share a passion for the mission: to provide the opportunity for those affected by cancer to come together and draw support while raising funds for critical, life-saving cancer research and programs. Interested? Would you like to know more? Please fill out the short form found https://support.cancer.ca/site/SPageNavigator/Gen_ON_Volunteer_form.html and indicate in the box marked ‘Other’ that you would like to learn about RFL committee positions and this particular role. We cannot wait to chat with you about how your involvement will have a positive, long-lasting impact!
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Relay for Life Logistics Lead Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Duties:
There is a wonderful opportunity to create a meaningful event in your community that celebrates those who have lived, are living, and moving past cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life event brings neighbors, friends, and community influencers together, united by the common goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. The experience of cheering on survivors, walking the track, and joining in a range of trackside activities at Relay For Life (RFL) creates an unforgettable evening! Logistics Lead As the Logistic Lead, you are positive, organized, resourceful, and can lift 30 lbs. You will work with other leads to plan the event day activities, including the timing for setup and take-down, and the schedule of events. You will also coordinate the location for any pick-ups and deliveries and provide logistics support to all committee members. You are a people person and will experience a strong sense of satisfaction when you facilitate all the pieces of the Relay event coming together. The committee will meet regularly over the course of the year, with increasing commitments as the event approaches. Each committee member will have their own portfolio but will share a passion for the mission: to provide the opportunity for those affected by cancer to come together and draw support while raising funds for critical, life-saving cancer research and programs. Interested? Would you like to know more? Please fill out the short form found at https://support.cancer.ca/site/SPageNavigator/Gen_ON_Volunteer_form.html and indicate in the box marked ‘Other’ that you would like to learn about RFL committee positions and this particular role. We cannot wait to chat with you about how your involvement will have a positive, long-lasting impact!
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
ROTARYFEST Volunteer - Grounds, Set-Up, & Take-Down Quick View
Organization: Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie
Type of Work: Event Organization and Related Assistance
Fundraising
Other
Duties:
Assist with setting up and taking down ROTARYFEST
On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Gala Latina Sault Ste. Marie 2020 Quick View
Organization: Northern Ontario Latin-Hispanic Association
Type of Work: Event Organization and Related Assistance
Duties:
Be a champion in this community by actively participating in all facets of the NOLHA event from acquisition of SWAG, auction items and/or raffle, procurement of sponsorship, ticket and table sales, coordination of marketing efforts or print materials, administrative tasks, and event day set up; to the very best of your ability. All contributions and all volunteers bring experiences and are valued.
Not On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Volunteer Recreation Assistant Quick View
Organization: Cedarwood Lodge
Type of Work: Event Organization and Related Assistance
Providing Services Directly to People
Duties:
We are currently looking for volunteers to assist Recreation staff implement various programs to our residents. Activities may include crafts, outings, BINGO, board/card games, baking, walks, one to one visits and assisting with portering residents to and from activities.
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Grant Review Team member Quick View
Organization: Ontario Trillium Foundation
Type of Work: Board/Commitee Work
Duties:
The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is an agency of the Government of Ontario, and one of Canada’s largest granting foundations. With a budget of over $120 million, OTF awards grants to some 700 projects every year to build healthy and vibrant Ontario communities. OTF Grant Review Team (GRT) members are appointed to review and recommend projects for funding in Ontario's communities. Based on where they live, volunteers are appointed to one of 16 geographically based Grant Review Teams (catchments). Volunteers are stewards of public funds. They deliver criteria-based assessments that inform grant-making decisions across Ontario. Grant Review Team Members are responsible for individually assessing and providing recommendations in support of projects throughout Ontario. Grant application reviews and assessments are done by Grant Review Team members in OTF’s online system.
Not On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available