Volunteer Algoma Wednesday, September 23, 2020
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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
Wish Grantor Quick View
Organization: Make-A-Wish Canada
Type of Work: Event Organization and Related Assistance
Providing Services Directly to People
Other
Duties:
Position Summary A wish granter will meet with the wish child and family members to help determine the child’s most heartfelt wish while brainstorming and planning special enhancements throughout the wish process. Wish granters work in teams of two alongside Make-A-Wish staff to ensure every eligible child’s wish comes true. Duties and Responsibilities • Partner with at least one other volunteer wish granter to help grant the wishes of children throughout the chapter’s territory. • Visit the wish child, with the goal of discerning his/her one true wish, while gaining a clear understanding of the reason behind the child’s most heartfelt wish. • Complete and submit wish paperwork in a timely manner according to chapter guidelines. • Create a magical wish experience for the wish child by planning and delivering “wish enhancements” – special, creative touches that keep the child excited about the wish throughout the process. • Solicit in-kind donations, ensuring Make-A-Wish resources are used wisely. • Plan “send-off” party or “presentation” party for each wish, as appropriate. • Develop a positive rapport with the wish child and family by serving as a liaison between chapter staff and the wish family, ensuring the family is updated on the status of the wish throughout the wish process. • Act as a reliable, communicative and productive member of the “wish team” by working closely with a volunteer partner and Make-A-Wish staff to create the best possible wish experience for the child. • Other duties may be assigned as deemed appropriate.
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Daffodil Campaign Volunteers Needed Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Fundraising
Duties:
With nearly 1 in 2 Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, we need volunteers in Sault Ste Marie more than ever. April is Daffodil Month and we’re looking for volunteers to join the Canadian Cancer Society in raising awareness and funds to help change – and save – lives. It only takes a few hours of your time to make a difference! See some of the ways you can get involved: *Sign up for Daffodil Pin Sales at locations throughout Sault Ste Marie *Support our Community Fundraising Specialist as a Site Captain to ensure our volunteers are set up and established at their Daffodil Pin Sale location *Help count donations received at our office Every year, thousands of Canadians across the country volunteer for Daffodil Month. By getting involved, you’re showing those who’ve been affected by cancer that they’re not alone. Each minute you spend out in your community is an important and meaningful action that helps us move towards a future where fewer of our family members, friends and loved ones have to face this disease. We hope that you’ll be one of the many incredible people that we can count on. April is fast approaching, so sign up online at www.myCCSschedule.ca
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking Available
Fundraising Support Volunteer Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Administration and General Office Assistance
Duties:
The Canadian Cancer Society Algoma Unit is seeking a volunteer who would be available on an as needed basis to support our Community Fundraising Specialist with various fundraising needs.
On Bus Route
Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Office Volunteer Support Required Quick View
Organization: Canadian Cancer Society
Type of Work: Administration and General Office Assistance
Duties:
The Canadian Cancer Society is looking for a volunteer who can assist with routine clerical, office and administrative duties. Answering the phones, greeting clients, processing donations, scanning and faxing documents, data entry, etc are among some of the tasks we would need some assistance keeping up with.
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Treasurer Quick View
Organization: Northern Ontario Latin-Hispanic Association
Type of Work: Administration and General Office Assistance
Board/Commitee Work
Duties:
The treasurer is required to have knowledge of nonprofit accounting practices, nonprofit tax laws and fiscal record keeping. The treasurer is knowledgeable about committee management and rules for conducting board meetings.
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available
Administrative| Board Secretary Quick View
Organization: Northern Ontario Latin-Hispanic Association
Type of Work: Administration and General Office Assistance
Board/Commitee Work
Duties:
• The board secretary is an executive member of the board of directors of the association and is to be appointed in a manner consistent with the bylaws. • Accountable to the Board and, like other members of the board, has no authority to direct staff or act on matters outside the duties outlined in their position description. • Assisting the Chairperson/President by preparing agendas and coordinating activities such as setting up meetings, etc. • Maintaining legal documents such as incorporation certificates, letters and articles of incorporation • Keeping an official confidential register of its members and directors • Clearly labelling all official records. • Keeping current records and archives at a designated location. Making sure they can be retrieved quickly when needed; the Canada Revenue Agency requires financial records be kept for at least 10 years • Keeping an official membership registry, including the names, address, phone numbers and email addresses • Handling the organization’s correspondence, distributing minutes to members and notifying them of upcoming meetings • Providing advice on meeting procedure, reference materials and information retrieved from the records • Working closely with the Chair and Treasurer to ensure safekeeping of financial records • Implementing the decisions of the Board specific to confidentiality, access and file retention
Not On Bus Route
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Parking Available