Salvation Army Citadel (The), Guelph
Various locations in Guelph
It is the Bell Ringer's (Kettle Attendant's) responsibility to oversee donations placed in the kettle. It is the volunteer's responsibility to represent The Salvation Army and the work that they are doing for the community to provide a wonderful holiday season.
Out on the Shelf, Queer Library and Resource Centre
Out on the Shelf, 10 C, 42 Carden St, Guelph, ON N1H 3A2
Check out all of our volunteer opportunities on our website, here - http://guelphpride.com/volunteer.html ** You can also apply to join the committee by filling out this application, here - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/77QGXWW **
Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington
• Determine the kind of support to be offered to the client family based on their needs.
• Provide ongoing support through friendship, guidance and advice. For example, accompany the family to appointments, outings, cooking, shopping etc.
• Plan a fun activity together. For example, hiking, ice-skating, or the likes.
• Work with the partner family to set goals with them.
• Communicate with the Family Program Coordinator to monitor progress, provide information and make referrals if needed.
• Link families to the required resources such as schools, doctors, etc. and being mindful of the unique needs of each family.
• Support the partner family with informal language training
• Provide the meeting report to the Program Coordinator after each meeting.
East Wellington Community Services, Erin - 45 Main St
45 Main Street, Erin
Volunteers assist in fundraising efforts, through the sale of items in our retail clothing or book store. Volunteers accept and sort through incoming donations. Assist customers with locating items in the store; use cash register; open or close store; help promote the agency to the public specifically to our retail customers. Help maintain a friendly, welcoming environment. Great opportunity to volunteer with a friend!
KidsAbility Centre for Child Development, Guelph Hub, Therapy Services
St. Joseph’s Catholic School, 10 Guelph St. Guelph, ON
Active Start provides fundamental movement skills and fundamental sports skills to children with special needs, ages 3.5 - 7. Active Start targets skills such as running, jumping, catching, throwing, kicking, striking, balancing and body awareness. Volunteers provide one-to-one support to better enable the participants to succeed! This is a wonderful program to give clients the opportunity to gain valuable skills in movement and group settings.