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Ontario Public Interest Research Group - Guelph
Riverside Park south of Woodlawn Road and Hadati Creek Grange Road Guelph
Community Tree Planting Volunteers are needed for the Speed River Project. Tasks include planting trees, shrubs,wildflowers,removing invasive species and doing general park maintenance along our urban river lands with the Speed River Project, ‘Speed and Eramosa Riparian Enhancement Project', in partnership with the City of Guelph River System Advisory Committee funding by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change(Great Lake Guardian Community Fund GLGCF). There are two roles: Tree Planting Guide and General Tree Planting Volunteer.  
 
The main role of Planting Volunteer is to assist General Planting Volunteers with planting trees in your section. You can expect to: sign-in, participate in group introduction, assist with unloading tools, mulch and trees, and participate in a planting demo. You will be assigned a planting section, given a list of trees and map for your section. Keep in mind that your role is to ensure that all trees for your section end up in the ground. Volunteers with some planting experience are an asset.  
 
The role of the General Tree Planting Volunteer will be to register upon arrival, receive a planting demonstration, choose a planting section, ask the Planting Guide in your section where to begin, and start planting. General planting volunteers are encouraged to register in advance, but it’s not a requirement. General Planting Volunteers are welcome to “come and go” anytime. 
 
Please contact OPIRG for the position that interests you in the subject of your email. Please include how many people will be coming (one or more). Designate the main contact person and provide their full name and email address and/or phone number. Email is preferred. If you needed for the volunteer hours please bring your form with you so we can sign for your volunteer hours.
Taste Real Guelph Wellington Local Food, Guelph Wellington Local Food Initiative
The 13th Annual Local Food Fest will be held at Ignatius Jesuit Centre (minutes north of Guelph), on
Dish Washing, fencing, tents and site prep, Vendor Reception/Logistics, greeters, Fun Zone Coordinators, volunteer coordinator, vendor coordinator, stage assistant , floaters, beer ticket sales, workshop volunteers, parking attendant, tear down
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.
Rotary Club of Guelph
Riverside Park, Guelph
12 volunteer roles to choose from! 
Set-up, tear-down, collections, selling glow sticks and 50/50 tickets, and many more tasks
Pro Labore Dei, Guelph
Volunteers are needed to assist with providing home-cooked food on Saturday evenings for the least privileged. Make and bring a casserole, or any home cooked food, for 8-12 people. Contact Stella to set up delivery.
Guelph Dance
River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St, Guelph, ON and Guelph Youth Dance Studios 42 Quebec Street, Guelph
Volunteers will assist instructors during dance, music, theatre and visual arts classes, and provide supervision and assistance to campers during the lunch break.
Mission Thrift Store, Guelph
228 Victoria Road South Guelph
Volunteers are needed to assist with sorting, tagging and displaying sports items.
Canadian Mental Health Association - Waterloo Wellington, Guelph - Wyndham St N, Centre for Mental Health
St. Clements Community Centre - 1 Green Street, St. Clements
On June 24, 2018 the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington (CMHA WW) will be hosting their annual Ride Don't Hide fundraising event to support mental health services in Waterloo Region and Wellington County. Volunteers are needed in a variety of ways to support the event, including registration, event and rider experience, route riders, route marshals, and mobile volunteers. These positions will be based primarily outdoors, rain or shine!  
 
Event Experience Volunteer - As an Event Experience Volunteer, your main goal is to ensure the enjoyment of the riders and attendees at the event. This includes food & drink service, entertainment, children’s activities and more!  
 
Rider Experience Volunteer - As a Rider Experience Volunteer, your main goal is to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience for all riders. This includes directing riders to registration, ensuring riders know where the start line is and when their route leaves, and cheering riders on when they return from their route.  
 
Registration- As a registration Volunteer, you will work with a team to provide a smooth and seamless check in for participants. This includes checking riders off the master list and assigning a bib number, registering riders, verifying pledge form and funds, and providing riders with t-shirts, bracelets and incentives earned. 
 
Route Marshal - As the Route Marshal, your main goal is to provide encouragement to participants along the route at designated areas to help them keep them on the correct route. Route Marshals will also monitor the water and on route snacks for riders. Route Marshals must supply their own bike or vehicle to get to the water station. 
 
Route Riders - As the Route Rider, your main goal is to ensure all riders have safely completed the route. This includes either leading the first rider or following the last rider, contacting the command centre in the event of an emergency, and communicating with the Route Marshals. You must supply your own motorcycle/bicycle.  
 
Mobile Volunteers - As the Mobile Team Volunteer, your main goal is to provide mobile support to riders and volunteers through monitoring the route, going out to marshal stations as needed, picking up broken down bicycles and cyclists as well as completing a final sweep of the route to ensure all riders have safely completed the route. You can work alone or in teams of 2. Volunteers must provide own transportation (pickup truck or van) with room to transport a rider and bike.
Autism Ontario, Wellington County Chapter
Our Thursday night programs are at Central Public School - 97 Dublin St. N. Guelph.
We have several opportunities for volunteers to assist with upcoming programs and events. We have occasional and regular positions available. Duties will vary but can include set-up and assisting with kids playgroup, crafts and social activities.
Guelph Community Health Centre, Guelph - Downtown Location, Family and Community Health Services
Guelph Community Health Centre/ various offsite events
SEED Souper Heroes will sell soup for our fundraising efforts at various events. Volunteers work in customer facing roles which vary by event, assisting with: setting up events, engaging with customers, serving soup or samples, telling people about The SEED, displaying product knowledge, giving a great sales pitch, handling cash (record check required), taking down/ cleaning up after the event. 
 
The Seed is a community food project at Guelph CHC. We are a collaborative initiative of community partners in Guelph & Wellington with the shared vision of strengthening the local emergency food system, using the power of food to build healthy communities and addressing the underlying issues of food insecurity and poverty. For more information, please contact Madeline, Communications and Fundraising Coordinator at mbarber@guelphchc.ca
Guelph Community Health Centre, Guelph - Downtown Location, Family and Community Health Services
Guelph CHC - 176 Whyndham Street North
Production Souper Heroes will prepare soup for our fundraising efforts at various events. Volunteers work as a team to assist with the whole process of soup prep including: washing ingredients, chopping, measuring, cooking and packing. 
 
The Seed is a community food project at Guelph CHC. We are a collaborative initiative of community partners in Guelph & Wellington with the shared vision of strengthening the local emergency food system, using the power of food to build healthy communities and addressing the underlying issues of food insecurity and poverty. For more information, please contact Madeline, Communications and Fundraising Coordinator at mbarber@guelphchc.ca
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.