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Events Team   Vaughan 
Vaughan International Film Festival, Cineplex Cinemas Vaughan, Film Festival and Arts Community
Assist in the preparation and execution of the festival
Literacy Tutor   Aurora  East Gwillimbury  Newmarket 
Literacy Council York-Simcoe, Skills Upgrading Centre
Aurora, Bradford, East Gwillimbury, Newmarket
Volunteer Tutors are needed to help adults improve their basic reading, writing, math and computer skills. Prior teaching experience is not necessary.
Nanny Angel - Childcare Volunteer   Aurora  East Gwillimbury  Georgina  King Township  Markham  Newmarket  Richmond Hill  Vaughan  Whitchurch Stouffville 
Nanny Angel Network
Volunteers are matched with families based on compatibility and their location within York Region.
Become a Nanny Angel! 
Imagine a world where every mother with cancer receives the care needed for her children – so she has enough time to care for herself. Now, also imagine a world where every child receives the support they need to cope with their mother’s illness or death.  
The Nanny Angel Network (NAN) offers rewarding positions for skilled childcare providers who are looking to make a difference in the lives of families.  
Nanny Angels provide free, specialized in-home relief childcare support for mothers who have been diagnosed with cancer, for those requiring palliative care and for families requiring additional relief during the bereavement period. Nanny Angels lessen the impact of cancer on families, by engaging children in enjoyable, age-appropriate activities to help reduce any stress or anxiety they may be experiencing as a result of their mom’s illness or death. By visiting weekly, building trust and having fun, Nanny Angels help mothers gain the confidence and peace of mind to rest or attend appointments, knowing their children are cared for and supported by knowledgeable and compassionate volunteers. 
Nanny Angels receive specialized training in children’s grief and bereavement and receive the support of NAN’s Child Life Specialist.  
Visit to complete your application and start helping families in need! Additional questions can be directed to Angie at
Youth Volunteer   Markham  Vaughan 
Across U-hub
Across U-hub, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping young lives by inspiring individuals and motivating collective goals and actions, is seeking Volunteers for the 16th annual City Mosaic event on May 25th, 2019. This event is a race in the York Region and Greater Toronto Area that encourages youth to connect with our great Canadian City. 
Key Responsibilities: 
Assist with various activities on the day of the event 
Attend all meetings and training sessions prior to the event 
Lead and instruct fellow volunteers, in conjunction with Across U-hub's staff 
Assist with race operations, processes, organizations, and improvements 
strong communication and interpersonal skills 
ability to work within a team and alone 
attention to accuracy and detail 
a positive attitude with openness to new challenges 
Initiative and a willingness to help others 
a genuine desire to work with Across U-hub and within its fundamental principles 
Apr 16, 2019 or May 1, 2019 (Volunteer Orientation) 
May 11, 2019 (Mandatory Training) 
May 25, 2019 (Event Date)
Society of Sharing: Inner-City Volunteers
downtown Toronto
A Friendly Visitor conducts a visit to homebound isolated seniors living alone in downtown Toronto for at least two hours a week within a year. They offer emotional support and practical help with tasks of daily living, such as paperwork, writing letters, banking, having coffee or tea together and chatting.
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. 
Information for Volunteers Interested in Board Membership  
Mission and Vision: Yellow Brick House provides services in York Region to women and children who have experienced or witnessed violence and abuse. We are committed to challenging and eradicating the beliefs, values, systems and structures that support and perpetuate sexism and violence against women. 
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 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 and Board Chair will meet with selected candidates. References will be requested and a Vulnerable Sector Check will be required. The current Board will review the applications and bring recommendations to the membership at the Annual General Meeting in June. 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 AGM. 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 
Time Commitment: The Board meets every six weeks from September to June, normally on a Thursday evening from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. With Committee work and preparation for Board meetings, most Board members contribute 10-15 hours per month to the Agency. All Board members support the fundraising activities of the Agency, including attendance at our annual gala.
Better Living Health and Community Services.[York Region], Margaret Bahen Hospice
Purpose of Role: To work closely with the Executive Director and the other committee members to plan, organize and implement the Hike for Hospice event.
Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario
Coordinator, Advocacy & Community Engagement (GTA)  
Provide community-based support to our Ambassadors and/or Advocates who are blind or partially sighted and are travelling within the GTA to outreach events and speaking engagements.  
Responsibilities & Tasks:  
•Travel with Ambassador or Advocate to and from events  
•Provide sighted guide and sighted assistance as required  
•Assist in set up/tear down of event materials as needed  
•Track and report expenses as directed  
•Track and report volunteer hours as directed or required  
Qualities, Skills and Training:  
•Patient, empathetic and friendly  
•Reliable and organized  
•Orientation, including: About CNIB, About the people we help, About vision loss, and About volunteering at CNIB and AODA training  
•Training specific to the position, including: sighted guide  
• Minimum 16 years old.
Maple Lions Club, Merino Centennial Centre - Maple Lions Hall
Maple Community Center 10190 Keele st. Maple L6A 1R7 (ICE ARENA)
Come and join in the fun and help make the Maple Lions Annual Pancake Festival a must do community event!  
We are looking for volunteers to help prep, cook and serve food. April 13 & 14, 2019.
Southlake Residential Care Village
640 Grace Street, Newmarket, Ontario
One-to-one visiting and socialization with a selection of elderly and infirm residents during a weekly three hour shift.


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