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Guelph Food Bank, Guelph - 100 Crimea St
100 Crimea St.
Representing the Guelph Food Bank in public with our various donors and supporters by picking up food and other donations in the community. Dropping off food orders to member agencies. Delivering / retrieving food collection bins as needed.
Guelph & Area Right to Life
26 Norfolk St, Guelph
Research topics such as adoption, social justice issues (such as gendercide), and bioethics issues (including assisted suicide). Use design skills to create informative display boards for use in local high schools, and brainstorm interactive activities to go along with the displays.
CNIB, Waterloo-Wellington Office
Riverside Park - Guelph
• Provide sighted guide assistance if needed 
• Promote the group to potential participants 
• Assist with set-up and coordination of groups, including matching volunteers to participants 
• Notify Program Lead, Sports & Recreation of changes to schedules or issues within the group 
• Meet group members and volunteers at the site 
• Track and report volunteer hours as directed
Guelph Community Health Centre, Guelph - Downtown Location, Family and Community Health Services
Downtown - Guelph CHC, 176 Wyndham Street North
Volunteers are needed to welcome and engage with visitors and clients at the GuelphCHC. Duties include: Connecting community members with health/social resources; Coordinate with staff & other volunteers to maintain accurate database.
CNIB, Waterloo-Wellington Office
Riverside Park - Guelph
• Coordinate a team of volunteers 
• Provide sighted guide assistance if needed 
• Promote the group to potential participants 
• Assist with set-up and coordination of groups, including matching volunteers to participants 
• Notify Program Lead, Sports & Recreation of changes to schedules or issues within the group 
• Meet group members and volunteers at the site 
• Track and report volunteer hours as directed
NOB - Board Members   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Facilitation Wellington Dufferin
Guelph, Ontario
Facilitation Wellington Dufferin is devoted to the view that all people have the desire, ability and right to be participating, contributing members of society and to make important life choices for themselves. We train and employ independent facilitators who help people with developmental disabilities to plan for the future, build relationships and access opportunities in the community, make good decisions, and take more control over their own lives. 
 
FWD is a community-based, non-profit charitable organization incorporated in 2014, and is run by an all-volunteer board of directors. We strive for a board that includes people with disabilities or members of their families, to make sure that the services we offer line up with what people really need. FWD is currently funded by the Ontario Government to provide independent facilitation support to over 90 individuals and families in our regions, and serves several others on a cost recover basis. We are currently seeking people who share our vision and values to contribute to FWD during this exiting time of development and action.
Volunteer   Guelph 
Wyndham House, Guelph - 311 Woolwich St, Administrative Office
Open to assisting with future events, fundraising campaigns, community initiatives.
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
As the Individual Engagement Coordinator, you will be the first line of communication for new and returning individual participants. You will be tasked with sending welcome emails, contacting participants to encourage them to set and achieve their fundraising goals, as well and working with your committee to recruit new participants. Going the extra mile to make your participants feel special will make for the most rewarding experience!
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
As the Participant Engagement Lead, you will be the first line of communication for new and returning individual participants and team captains. Familiarization with the fundraising tools and resources available to individuals and team captains will make you better equipped to understand their needs. Going the extra mile to make your participants feel special will make for the most rewarding experience! 
Communication through email and phone with past and current participants/team captains, coaches them and thanks them for their commitment to the cause. At the committee meeting your excitement about participation in the event will have others engaging their networks in teams as well. 
Collaborating with the Registration Lead, the two of you will ensure all t-shirt orders for teams are coordinated and the t-shirt pickup event is led.
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
As the Route Lead, you are responsible for mapping out a 1km and 5km route, managing all route volunteers, and ensuring the requirements of the local municipality and the event minimum standards (provided) are met. You will be tasked with creating a route map that includes start and finish lines, road closures, route markers and water stations (where applicable). You will be required to prepare and submit applications for various permits including road closures and police services as well as soliciting quotes from service providers and submitting agreements and invoices to the organization. You will be responsible for overseeing the set-up, tear down and clean-up of the Run route and for creating and maintaining a logistics file of contacts and timelines that will be shared with the Run Director(s).
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
As the Team Engagement Coordinator you will be the first line of communication for new and returning team captains. You will be tasked with sending welcome emails, encouraging team captains to build their teams, and set and achieve fundraising goals. You will also work with your committee to recruit new teams and achieve fundraising goals. 
You will work closely with your committee to ensure team captains have everything they need for team t-shirt deadline and pickup. You will communicate the eligibility criteria and processes for team t-shirt printing directly with team captains and provide confirmed orders using the template provided to the T-Shirt Pick Up Coordinator. Familiarizing yourself with the fundraising tools and resources available to team captains will help you understand their needs. Going the extra mile to make your participants feel special will make for the most rewarding experience!
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
As the Volunteer Engagement Lead, you are responsible for recruiting volunteers for events leading up to the Run and on Run weekend. Working with fellow committee members, you determine how many event volunteers are needed and build a community outreach plan to engage volunteers. Through the management of your location’s Run volunteer email account, driving registration of volunteers on the website, and giving updates to the committee at each meeting, you will excel in your role. On Run Day, you oversee volunteer schedules through volunteer sign-in, the distribution of t-shirts, redirecting volunteers as needed, verifying of hours, and thanking volunteers for their time and energy. Support and training on our online volunteer management software will be provided.
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
As the Community Outreach Lead, identifying and implementing opportunities to promote the CIBC Run for the Cure in your community (festivals and events, speaking engagements, clubs) is your skill. You have a great ability to encourage participation in the Run by connecting with the community and sharing the importance of the cause and impact of funds raised. Along with the support of your Volunteer Run Directors and Communications Lead you will coordinate the committee in the execution of pre-Run promotional events, ensuring logistics and volunteer resources are managed in a timely fashion throughout the summer and fall.
Board Member   Guelph 
Action Read Community Literacy Centre
8 Cork Street East, downtown Guelph
Action Read Community Literacy Centre is an incorporated non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to improving the literacy and numeracy skills of Guelph adults and families. The Board creates and oversees the policies, budgets, and plans that allow the organization to carry out its work.  
 
Board Members represent a wide cross-section of learner, volunteer, and community members. Action Read board members work closely together in positions of trust and respect.  
 
• Promote Action Read in the community through positive public relations 
• Develop the mission, strategic and public relations plans 
• Ensure that Action Read follows excellent financial policies and procedures. 
• Approve and monitor annual budgets and a fundraising strategy  
• Develop policies, and review and approve recommendations of the board committees  
• Perform regular performance reviews of the executive director 
• Attend meetings and be ready to participate  
• Use consensus-based decision-making processes. Communicate positively, listen to others and give ideas. Use plain  
language in writing and speaking 
• Evaluate that Action Read is meeting its goals  
• Ensure that the board continues to thrive  
• Specific roles (Chair, Vice-chair, Treasurer, Secretary, and Signors) have additional responsibilities 
• Behave lawfully and ethically at all times. Act in the best interests of the organization. Uphold Action Read values, by-laws  
and policies, as laid out in organizational documents
Ignatius Jesuit Centre, Guelph
Guelph
Ignatius Jesuit Centre is home to Loyola House Retreat & Training Centre, Ignatius Farm, Old-Growth Forest Project, and Orchard Park Business Centre. We are looking for kind and outgoing volunteers to welcome visitors from near and far to our Centre. 
 
Main Duties Include: 
- Greeting visitors and maintaining a welcoming atmosphere 
- Front line communications 
- Answering the phone and redirecting inquiries  
- Distributing incoming mail and accepting deliveries 
- Answering emails 
- Ordering office supplies 
- Processing Payments 
- Arranging couriers when required  
 
This is a great way to connect with the staff and the larger community that is a part of the Ignatius Jesuit Centre's many programs.
PIN - The People and Information Network
As a committee member you will be involved in the conceptualization, planning and implementation of an event that involves coordination of a group/family volunteer activity during the month of December. Committee members will be responsible for communications, logistics, partnership/sponsorship, ticket sales and event day programming and volunteering. This event combines the themes of holiday volunteering, contributing to community and supports the fundraising efforts of PIN.
PIN - The People and Information Network
46 Cork St. E. Guelph (PIN Offices)
To support PIN to organize and implement our annual engagement event in celebration of National Volunteer Week. Committee members will advise on the theme and content of the event, as well supporting: sponsorship, promotion, ticket sales and logistics.
Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington
Locations vary. Mainly: 104 Dawson Rd., Unit 102, Guelph, ON N1H 1A6 Bus Route #11. Free parking.
• Welcome participants, help them to sign up and guide them to the appropriate location 
• Maintain a warm and welcoming environment where participants are treated with dignity and respect  
• Help set up (board) room before the session 
• Help set up any equipment required for presentation (laptop, projector) 
• Assist staff to prepare materials- photocopying, cutting, sorting  
• Arrange promotional materials for display  
• Prepare coffee, tea, and refreshments 
• Distribute and gather participants’ surveys (if needed) 
• Assist staff during the event with set-up and clean-up
Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington
Three Willow United Church:577 Willow Rd, Guelph, ON N1H 7H3; Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group,
We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed volunteer to:  
• Lead a group of 12 – 15 participants 
• Plan weekly topics and prepare printed resources for the group  
• Provide ISGW staff with regular group updates 
• Utilize other volunteers for assistance
Start2Finish, Guelph, Running & Reading Club
The Regional Cabinet Member will assist in raising funds for the Guelph Start2Finish program through establishing connections with local business resulting in sponsorship throughout the year. This may include initial contact, follow up phone calls, set up meetings as example.
Girl Guide Leader   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Girl Guides of Canada, Wellington County - Community 6, Ontario Council
Volunteering with Girl Guides means you choose to have fun, explore, laugh, create, connect, mentor and inspire girls to become the best they can be. You're playing a key role in providing girls aged 5-17 with the fun and the challenge of Guiding. You'll be their cheerleader and mentor as you help girls develop skills and confidence that will last a lifetime.
Guelph Wellington Seniors Association
Guelph
Volunteers visit clients once a week in their homes (for 12 weeks) to assist with gentle exercise. The exercises are based on gentle, functional fitness and no previous fitness training is required.
Shelldale Family Gateway
Looking for a responsible volunteer to help out with our Front Desk for the Teen program. Duties include: answering phones in case parents call, Taking charge of the Sign In/sign out sheet, Engaging with the teens in conversation, able to do outreach calls to Teens, and managing the Front Desk Area
Lakeside HOPE House
10 Cork St. East, Guelph
Cut, colour and style hair for minimal cost ($2 cut, $10 cut and colour, free for children) to HOPE House community members. We have the salon space. You create your own hours per week and simply show up! 
Knowing the confidence that comes when people feel good about their appearance, the HOPE Stylin' Hair Salon allows our community members to empower themselves at minimum cost and feel great about how they look! Sound like something you want to be a part of? Join our community!
March of Dimes Canada, Kitchener Office
Wellington County Health Care Centres
Are you a stroke survivor or caregiver? Our hospital peer visitors visit new stroke survivors within the hospital environment providing help with recovery by providing hope, hands-on-tangible knowledge to manage the emotional and physical stages of stroke using hope, optimism and encouragement. We are currently recruiting for Grand River Hospital-KW Site, Grand River Hospital-Freeport Site, Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Guelph General Hospital and St. Joseph's Health Centre Guelph.
Torchlight Services
30 Edinburgh Rd North Guelph ON
Provide leadership and support to participants in a vocational setting.  
Assist Torchlight Program staff in the delivery of various day option programs.
East Wellington Community Services, Erin - 45 Main St
Rides occur between Erin, Hillsburgh and Caledon.
Provide evening transportation to local support groups, using agency van. Rides occur between one to three evenings per week and includes between 1-4 passengers. Driver may go home while client is attending support group.
Community Justice Initiatives, Mediation Guelph-Wellington
Guelph and Kitchener
Volunteers are needed to participate in weekly relationship-building activities with the residents of The Salvation Army’s New Directions and Stonehenge’s Therapeutic Community. Sample activities include fitness activities, interactive games, art and information sessions. Volunteers must have a good understanding of personal boundaries and be willing to work in a flexible environment. Goal of the program is to work with the men and support them in reintegration in the community.
Lakeside HOPE House
Supervise Volunteer groups cooking, serving and cleaning up breakfast for 75-150 people everyday Wednesday morning from 8:45am - 11:30am. Breakfast consists of Pancakes, Eggs, Toast and Sausages.
Lakeside HOPE House
Shop one on one with clients and help clients think of different ways to cook with their groceries. 
Ensure clients are shopping within their point requirements and making positive choices. 
Product intake 
Shelving and organizing food 
*Must be able to do simple math*
Board Members   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Facilitation Wellington Dufferin
Guelph, Ontario
Facilitation Wellington Dufferin (FWD) is devoted to the view that all people have the desire, ability, and right to be participating, contributing members of society and to make important life choices for themselves. FWD trains and employs independent facilitators who help people who have a developmental disability to plan for the future, build relationships and access opportunities in the community, make good decisions, and take more control over their own lives. 
 
Board Members work along with the FWD Director and Facilitators to carry out the work of the organization. 
Guelph Food Bank, Guelph - 100 Crimea St
You will be helping stock our shopping area after servicing to ensure there are enough products on the shelves for the next day of servicing. You will also be helping sort food in receiving (canned goods vs. dry goods etc.).
Guelph and District Multicultural Festival
Deliver letters to local businesses on behalf of the the Guelph Multicultural Festival.