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Blue Door Shelters, Leeder Place
Leeder Place Family Shelter, 18838 Highway 11, East Gwillimbury L9N 0C5
Donations Assistant   East Gwillimbury  Newmarket 
Blue Door Shelters, Porter Place
Newmarket/East Gwillimbury
Would you like to collect, sort and organize donations for Blue Door Shelters? 
 
We would like you to: 
• Sort and organize donations  
• Move donated items from one shelter to another as needed 
• Prepare items that are not of use. 
. Move items that unsuitable to storage areas 
• Keep the donations areas sorted and organized 
• Assist Blue Door Shelters staff to prepare items for distribution to clients. 
• Other duties as assigned 
 
If this is something you would like to do, please apply today.
Food Services   East Gwillimbury 
Blue Door Shelters, Porter Place
18838 Highway 11, East Gwillimbury, Ontario L9N 0C5 - 2 km's north of Green Lane (north of Newmarket
Blue Door Shelters, Porter Place
18838 Highway 11, East Gwillimbury and 835 Gorham Street, Newmarket
Welcoming Arms, Welcoming Arms - Metcalfe, Welcoming Arms Emergency Relief and Welcome Table
Trinity Church Aurora
Assist with Welcome Table community meal, washing dishes, serving meals and assisting guests
Terry Fox Run, Newmarket - Ray Twinney Recreation Complex - Eagle St
Ray Twinney Complex, 100 Eagle St W, Newmarket, ON L3Y 1J4, Parking lot accessed from McCaffrey Rd.
Setting-up/cleaning-up the run site such as carrying and setting up tables, chairs, boxes of food and water, marshaling and cheering runners, help with registration, and other duties as required. Registration volunteers must be 18+ years of age.
Markham-Unionville Terry Fox Run, Old Unionville Library, Community Fundraiser Event
Old Unionville Library, 15 Library Lane, Unionville ON
Various tasks exist which makes volunteering easy for all ages, abilities, and availability! Examples of work to be done include being a route marshal or handing out food and water on run day or distributing/taking down posters and pledge sheet holders around the community in the months leading up to the run.  
 
We require volunteers for the 35th annual Markham-Unionville Terry Fox Run that is taking place on Sunday September 16, 2018 for the following roles:  
 
- route marshal (guiding and cheering along participants on the route and at the start and finish lines)  
- site set up and take down  
- other (ad hoc activities on site like handing out food, water, participation ribbons or selling merchandise)  
 
RUN DATE SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2018
Schomberg Skating Club, Trisan Centre Arena, Ice Skating lessons
Trisan Centre, Schomberg ON
Assist professional Skate Canada coaches on ice with CanSkate programs. Responsible for directing young children in skating activities as instructed by the coach. Must be able to skate. Enthusiastic, fun loving volunteers wanted!
Schomberg Skating Club, Trisan Centre Arena, Ice Skating lessons
Trisan Centre, Schomberg ON
Assist professional Skate Canada coaches on ice with CanSkate programs. Responsible for directing young children in skating activities as instructed by the coach. Must be able to skate. Enthusiastic, fun loving volunteers wanted!
Emergency Response Team (ERT) Supervisor   Aurora  East Gwillimbury  Georgina  King Township  Markham  Newmarket  Richmond Hill  Vaughan  Whitchurch Stouffville 
Canadian Red Cross, No Office Location, Services aimed at improving the lives of vulnerable people
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, is seeking an Emergency Response Team (ERT) Supervisor for Disaster Management (DM). Reporting to the ERT Site Manager, the ERT Supervisor will be responsible for various emergency shelter and reception centre response activities in addition to other responsibilities related to emergency preparedness. Job Summary: The Emergency Response Team (ERT) is activated for a response that exceeds Personal Disaster Assistance (PDA) Team capacity. Will organize and set up and manage a specific service during a response. Supervise the work of the responders. Disaster Response Activities: • Ensure compliance and provide ongoing feedback to ERT Responders during a response in compliance to the Technical Standards and the National Disaster Assistance Guidelines; • Assess resource requirements including HR and Logistics, ensuring the needs are highlighted to the ERT Site Manager • Organize and supervise the delivery of services as assigned; • Facilitate operational briefings and debriefings during a response; • Participate in operational debriefings and provide suggestions for improvement; • Participate in site coordination meetings, as well as debriefings with the Site Manager; • Manage inventory of emergency stock, • Coordinate with enabling services on set-up of the service; • Review schedule of volunteers to confirm adequate personnel is assigned at all times for the service; • Supervise volunteers to deliver the service assigned; • Maintain logs, statistics and financial documentation for use of service, as required; • Communicate, report on progress and evaluate the provision of the services, as appropriate to the ERT Site Manager; • Ensure completion of necessary paperwork (i.e. Goods and Services Vouchers, Registration & Inquiry cards, daily statistics, activity logs, etc.). • Participate in the recruitment of ERT Responders; • Participate in ERT team member orientation & scheduling of training; • Contribute to the completion and updating of supplier agreements, as needed; • Contribute to ensuring response supplies are properly stocked and available; • Update the response plan • Promote and ensure compliance with Red Cross directives and Technical Standards; • Manage response equipment. • Perform other duties, as required. Qualifications: The incumbent must have the commitment to the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross Movement and model the core competencies of the CRCS: team excellence, service excellence, accountability and results focused. • This position requires a satisfactory Canadian criminal record reference check and a satisfactory vulnerable sector check. Education and Experience: • Completion of College Diploma and/or an equivalent experience; • Minimum 1-3 years’ experience supervising a team; • Experience as ERT Responder or PDA Supervisor is an asset. Knowledge: • Understanding of Red Cross role in disaster response, relief and recovery, an asset • Language requirements vary - responders must be able to deliver services as appropriate • Customer service skills - provide comfort and care, patience in dealing with upset clients, active listening to understanding needs, finding a solution and good communication so client understands services available and how to obtain • Make informed decisions, able to problem solve, provide coaching and feedback to volunteers, support team environment • Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal cues, clearly able explain self and confirm understanding from client • Accuracy in completing forms, giving information, completing necessary paperwork • Ability to work well within a team - share information, be helpful, respectful, approachable, build strong relationships • Dependable - timely, take initiative and ownership of work, complete tasks without being asked or with little supervision.

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