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University of Guelph, Arboretum
Set Up/ Take Down, Assisting in running various booths, Greeters, Floaters
PIN - The People and Information Network
Old Quebec Street Shoppes, 55 Wyndham Street, North, Suite 4A Guelph ON, N1H 7T8
To contact local organizations to update a database of community groups. The volunteer will be required to make contact by phone and then enter information into a database. The collection of this information will assist in the development of a written community resource, as well as the development of new records.
Board Member   Guelph 
Victor Davis Memorial Court Non Profit Homes
87 Neeve Street, Guelph, ON N1E 6Z5
The Board of Directors is a governance Board of non-resident members who bring with them a broad range of knowledge and skills from governance, to housing, to finance and more. Your role will be to help oversee the operation of a 114 unit non-profit housing building. Please apply directly to Victor Davis Memorial Court Non-Profit Homes Inc. with resume and letter of interest
Team Member-YouthTALK Program   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Canadian Mental Health Association - Waterloo Wellington, Guelph - Wyndham St N, Centre for Mental Health
CMHA Building, 80 Waterloo Ave, Guelph, ON, N1H 0A1
YouthTALK is a program FOR YOUTH BY YOUTH that promotes positive mental health and wellness, and educates peers about residency building, positive coping, and stigma reduction through youth engagement and leadership opportunities. We do this by engaging in peer-led projects, activities, delivering educational presentations, and planning our annual youth wellness conference. 
 
Youth are empowered to to use their voices to create meaningful change. 
 
If you want to make a difference in your school or community, become a YouthTALK Regional Team member! Learn more at https://youthtalkdotorg.wordpress.com/ or email youthtalk@cmhaww.ca
Parkwood Gardens Neighbourhood Group
Elliott Community (The)
Sitting in as a member of the Fundraising Committee you will be attending quarterly meeting (Thursday evenings but date can fluctuate) You will be providing fundraising initiatives to other board members. You will help seek community donations and community support and you will participate in planning of fundraising and donor programs, events and grant projects.
Elliott Community (The)
• Assisting the Fundraising Coordinator in planning annual fundraising event(s) 
• Organizing and helping with traditional fundraising activities such as sponsored or promotional events, mailings. 
• Approaching individuals, schools, universities, local authorities, shops and commercial organizations for sponsorship and donations 
• Helping with the development of new fundraising ideas and events 
• Attending events as required 
• Other duties as assigned
Elliott Community (The)
The Elliott Community
Volunteers will work closely with Recreation Staff to assist with various recreation programs. Programs may include, but are not limited to: Bingo, Trivia, Crafts, Sing-alongs, Games, Art etc. Volunteer will have the opportunity to visit with residents before and after programs.
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
Scouts Canada, Wellington Area
Help the Beaver leaders run the Beaver Program as outlined in the Scouts Canada website at scouts.ca
Board Members   Guelph 
Hopewell Children's Homes, Ariss
Guelph/Ariss, ON
• Approves Hopewell’s annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities;  
• Serving as a trusted advisor to the Executive Director as s/he develops and implements Hopewell’s strategic plan; 
• Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by Hopewell for evaluating its impact, and regularly measuring its performance and effectiveness using those metrics; reviewing agenda and supporting materials prior to board and committee meetings;  
• Stays informed about committee matters, prepares themselves well for meetings, and reviews and comments on minutes and reports; 
• Partnering with the Executive Director and other board members to ensure that board resolutions are carried out; 
• Serving on committees or work groups and taking on special assignments; 
• Representing Hopewell to stakeholders; acting as an ambassador for the organization, including supporting all fundraising efforts; 
• Ensuring Hopewell’s commitment to a diverse board and staff that reflects the community Hopewell serves; and 
• Contribute to an annual performance evaluation of the Executive Director.
TorchLight, Distress Line
Woodlawn Road and Hanlon Parkway
Volunteers train to respond to calls on the Distress Lines and register for shifts from 8:00 AM to 10 PM. Volunteers commit to one 4 Hour shift per week, or two 2 hour shifts per week and 192 hours or one year, whichever comes first.
Volunteer with Autism Ontario   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Autism Ontario, Wellington County
Autism Ontario-Central West Region offers programming and events for children, youth, and adults on the autism spectrum and their families. We are seeking new and past volunteers of all abilities to join our growing Autism Ontario volunteer community. There are multiple ways you can get involved at Autism Ontario. Below you will find a list of the ways you can get involved!  
 
We are seeking volunteers to join:  
• Events and Programming Sub-Committees 
• Assist with programs/events 
• Fundraising initiatives 
 
Time commitments vary depending on your involvement. Flexible volunteer opportunities available.
Bereaved Families of Ontario - Midwestern Region
Training will take place at Memory Gardens Funeral Home, 2723 Victoria Street N., Breslau, ON
All our grief support programs are facilitated by volunteers who are themselves bereaved, and offer a unique compassion and empathetic understanding of grief and grief support to our program members. Individuals will complete our facilitator training with a strong understanding of peer support, and gain the skills and confidence required to facilitate individuals in a group setting. 
 
We have an urgent need for facilitators for our programs for parents grieving the death of an infant, Living with Loss for adults grieving a death by substance use and our Guelph and Cambridge Living with Loss groups.
Treasurer   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Guelph Wellington Seniors Association
Evergreen Seniors Community Centre
The Guelph Wellington Seniors Association (GWSA)'s mission is to enable older adults to be active, involved, make friends and age with dignity. One doe not need to be a Senior to fill this position on the GWSA Board. 
 
The GWSA Treasurer's work is supported by a part-time bookkeeper and a Finance Committee. The Treasurer has strong interpersonal skills and is responsible for all financial reporting.  
The duties are to: 
 
1. Be a Signing Officer for the GWSA accounts and contracts 
2. Provide leadership to the bookkeeper, reporting to the Human Resources Committee as necessary. 
3. Attend or arrange a designate to attend monthly meetings of the Board of Directors to present monthly financial reports and provide guidance for the financial management of the organization. 
4. Attend the quarterly Finance Committee meetings and the Finance Committee's preparation of the annual budget for the approval by the Board. Report financial results to the membership at the Annual General Meeting 
5. Serve on the Executive Committee 
6. Serve as a liaison to auditors for the GWSA 
 
The Treasurer spends between 10 and 12 hours a month on GWSA Activities.
Member, Board of Directors   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Bereaved Families of Ontario - Midwestern Region
65 Hanson Avenue, Kitchener, ON N2C 2H6
The Board of Directors for Bereaved Families of Ontario – Midwestern Region (BFO-MR) is actively engaged in the governance of our not-for-profit organization. Board members are critical to our success and growth and contribute to the overall effectiveness of us meeting the needs of children, families and individuals in the community who are grieving the death of a loved one. 
 
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES 
 
Act as positive and passionate ambassadors for BFO-MR both in the board room and out in the community. 
Regularly attend, be prepared for and actively participate in monthly board meetings. 
Participate on at least one committee of the board. 
Support the organization’s policies and procedures for conducting business and ensure its activities align with the mission and vision, as well as the objectives outlined in our Strategic Plan. 
Provide constructive feedback and maintain an open dialogue with the Board Chair as it relates to the performance of the Executive Director. 
Keep informed about the organization, its issues, and its connection to the community through active participation within BFO-MR and conscientious connection outside our organization. 
Actively contribute to the financial health and sustainability of our organization through donations, participation in fundraising events and campaigns, and/or the planning and implementation of new initiatives. 
Help identify and cultivate relationships in the community with the purpose of recruiting donors, volunteers, and advocates to support our work. 
Attend BFO-MR events whenever possible
Salvation Army (The), Guelph - 210 Victoria Rd S, Community and Family Services
Stocking our free clothing room.  
Duties would include sorting, folding, and hanging clothing.  
General tidying of the clothing room.
Volunteer Driver   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington 
Family and Children's Services of Guelph and Wellington County, Guelph - Eramosa Rd - Head Office
Guelph, Wellington County
Provide transportation services in Guelph and/or Rurual areas, for children, youth and families of the agency, to various appointments which could include court ordered supervised access visits with a parent, community service agency visits, to and from school and after school care, legal appointments. Reimbursement for mileage provided.
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. Due to recent funding changes by the provincial government, we are redesigning the way we carry out or activities. We are currently seeking candidates who share our vision and values as we embrace change and build towards a strong future for FWD and the people we serve.
Board Member   Guelph 
Guelph Chamber Choir
Guelph Chamber Choir 
Board of Directors Position Description 
 
Our Vision: Inspired choral music to stir the human spirit. 
 
Our Mission: To foster enjoyment and appreciation of choral music through rehearsals, performances, outreach, artistic collaborations and community partnerships. 
 
The Guelph Chamber Choir (GCC) seeks board members with passion and enthusiasm, who work as a team to provide and promote choral music per our Vision and Mission. We seek individuals who bring a variety of backgrounds and talents and who are willing to share their expertise to assist in the success of the organization. 
 
The board of directors is responsible for the governance and assist in the operation of the GCC in accordance with its mission, vision, values, letters patent, bylaws, policies and procedures and all relevant government (federal, provincial and municipal) legislation and regulations. 
 
Of particular importance is the fiduciary responsibility to conduct business in accordance with CRA charitable status requirements so as not to put into jeopardy the registered charity status of the GCC. 
 
Per charity law, board members are volunteers and not paid for their work as board members. Appropriate expenses will be reimbursed as allowed by the by law and policies. 
 
A primary role of the entire board is to assist in the wide range of fund raising efforts to ensure the GCC is able to provide quality choral works within its approved budgets.  
 
Board members are expected to: 
• commit time for board meetings (about 10 per year), committee meetings, planning sessions and special events 
• assist with various hands-on tasks at concerts, promotional and other special events 
• participate in the recruitment of board members 
• participate in discussions in a thoughtful and respectful manner, coming to a consensus and voting on motions. 
• come to board meetings prepared by reviewing meeting minutes, financial statements, fund raising and staff reports, etc., prior to the meetings 
• support the artistic needs of the choir with an understanding or our community, its needs and aspirations 
• participate in strategic planning and the development and approval of policies and procedures to ensure efficient operations of the organization
Adult In-School Mentor   East Wellington  Guelph  South Wellington 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph
Elementary Schools - Guelph & Wellington County
Mentors are matched with a child that they meet with for one hour each week through the school year. This meeting takes place during the school day and on school property. The mentor and child mentee will participate in fun activities together such as arts & crafts, cooking, reading, sports, games and talking.
Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo-Wellington Community Office
Meetings will take place in Guelph, event takes place at Cox Creek Cellars
Be hands on designing, building and placing obstacles on course. 
Assist with both set-up and tear-down of obstacles. 
Be available on build days to direct and assist other volunteers. 
Attend monthly meetings. 
It would be an asset if you have connections to other individuals who can assist with the build.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph
Guelph and Wellington County
A volunteer Big Brother will be a positive role model and mentor to a child (Little Brother). Volunteers will see their Little Brother on a consistent basis, usually once a week. The volunteer and child will participate in fun activities such as sports, biking, games, watching movies, building models, etc. Volunteers and children are matched based on interests, location and age preference.
School-based Group Mentor   East Wellington  Guelph  South Wellington 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph
Various schools - (Upper Grand District School Board & Wellington Catholic District School Board)
Our school-based programs for children in Grades 5-8 focus on healthy eating, active living, and gaining self-confidence. Volunteer mentors are between the ages of approximately 18-25 who can commit to one or more school semesters. Male volunteers will lead a group of boys & female volunteers will lead a group of girls through fun and interactive activities and discussions.
Up and Running Guelph
Work in collaboration with the Board's marketing committee, the Board treasurer and other committee members to review our financial needs, and explore and develop fundraising tools for Up and Running Guelph. These may include fostering sponsorships, presentations to community groups, writing grants, and organizing special events or individual donation campaigns. We're looking for people who are comfortable reaching out to local businesses whose goals align with ours to discuss potential partnerships. We're also keen to involve community members who enjoy researching and writing grants, and/or developing creative donor appreciation and sponsor stewardship tools.
Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington
104 Dawson Rd, Unit 102, Guelph, ON N1H 1A6
• Plan ahead of time the various tasks involved in the event/workshop 
• Assign tasks to the Event Volunteers  
• Maintain a warm and welcoming environment where participants and volunteers are treated with dignity and respect  
• Ensure the smooth running of the event 
• Assist the event facilitator/speaker with any needs 
• Assist the set-up of any equipment required for presentation (laptop, projector) 
• Ensure that the Evaluation Forms are filled and collected (if needed) 
• Assist staff with other duties as needed before or during the event
Wyndham House, Guelph - 106 Woolwich St, Administrative Office
Wyndham House Administration Office, Dtn Guelph
We’re looking for community-minded, skilled collaborators who are passionate about assisting Wyndham house in our work to prevent, reduce and end youth homelessness. We invite anyone interested to apply but the following backgrounds will be considered an asset: Financial expertise, lived experience, fund raising experience, or a mental health or social services background.
Board Members   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
Community Living Guelph Wellington, Guelph - Royal Rd
We are looking for new board members! 
 
Are you interested in getting involved with a progressive dynamic organization that seeks to make a real difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities? Would you like to share your previous board experience with us, or gain new experience as a board member and share your talents while contributing to improved developmental services?  
Community Living Guelph Wellington (CLGW) is inviting applications for new Board Members to serve a minimum two year term. CLGW is a large community-based agency, providing a broad range of developmental programs and services for Guelph and Wellington County residents.  
Skills 
 
We’re looking for board members who are excited by what we do and have a desire to actively contribute to CLGWs’ future. Nominations are invited from individuals with any of the following areas of expertise: 
 
• Fund Development (eg fundraising, alternate funding sources) 
• Marketing & Communication 
• Property Management 
• Strategic Planning & Visioning  
• Leadership  
• Change Management 
• Knowledge of Broader Health & Social Services Sector  
• Experience with Diverse Populations 
• Parent, sibling or guardian of a person we currently support or could potentially support in the future 
• Entrepreneur 
 
Who can get involved? 
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, live or work within Guelph and Wellington County and possess skills, experience and areas of expertise as identified above. 
How to get involved? 
 
You can find the application form posted in the Get Involved section on our website at www.clgw.ca . 
 
Or you may contact Beverley Lee via e-mail at beverleylee@clgw.ca or at 226-314-0829 
Thank you for your interest! Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Children's Foundation of Guelph and Wellington, Guelph - Waterloo Ave, Food & Friends Student Nutrition Program
Many locations available including those listed above.
Coordinators: are involved in running the program and they perform tasks such as ordering the food.  
Helpers: are involved with food prep, menu planning, program attendance, serving and clean up. 
Grocery shoppers: compile lists depending on the planned menu, buy and store the food appropriately and ensure that all receipts go to the Administrators. 
Administrators: are involved with the program paper work, they track receipts and do budgeting and fundraising. 
Management of volunteers: recruitment, training, scheduling and recognition
Community Justice Initiatives, Mediation Guelph-Wellington
Guelph and Kitchener
StrideMen provides community based support for men who are in correctional facilities or community treatment. With the support of community volunteers, the goal is to build meaningful relationships with the residents through weekly activities such as: educational groups, games night, circle conversations, arts and sports. Once the men are to be released into the community and start their reintegration process, volunteers can provide ongoing support in the community in the form of a circle.  
Program provides an opportunity to learn more about incarcerated men and to better understand community reintegration. Apply to become a volunteer and start making an impact in your community today.
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 Arts Council
Guelph Arts Council, 42 Carden St., Guelph, ON
Fund Development Committee members develop an annual plan to help Guelph Arts Council reach its financial goals for Donations, Events, and Corporate Sponsorship, and support the plan's implementation. Committee members help ensure that GAC is sustainable and can fulfill its mission to champion and grow opportunities for Guelph's creative community.
Board Member   Guelph 
JOE - Jobs, Opportunities, Enterprise
Guelph
We are searching for board members with expertise in the following areas: Accounting & Finance; Marketing and PR;Customer Service; IT and app development; Law
Guelph & Area Right to Life
Various locations in Guelph and surrounding area
May include 24/7 pregnancy helpline, mentors, community outreach volunteers, transportation volunteers,
East Wellington Community Services, Erin - 45 Main St
East Wellington, GTA, Waterloo/Wellington
Volunteer Drivers are essential members of the Transportation team, providing rides to eligible adults 18 years of age and older. Drivers receive detailed ride information from EWCS' Transportation Coordinator and carry out rides to medical and social service appointments within the local area, the GTA and Waterloo/Wellington region.
Peer Support Group Volunteer   Centre Wellington  East Wellington  Guelph  North Wellington  South Wellington 
March of Dimes Canada
March of Dimes Canada is looking for stroke survivors, caregivers and community minded individuals for their After Stroke programs and services. Waterloo Wellington After Stroke program is recruiting volunteers that would support survivors and their families by providing monthly and yearly activities which encourages shared knowledge and guide stroke survives to re-engage back into community activities.
Community Living Guelph Wellington, Guelph - Royal Rd
University of Guelph
You can help a student at your University with an intellectual disability have an awesome campus experience by giving them an hour of your time once or twice a week by joining them on FUN activities on campus!
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Centre Wellington
Work with one other volunteer with small groups of boys or girls for one hour per week for 7 weeks. Each week has a topic and suggested games and activities to do with the children. Topics support healthy lifestyle choices, self compassion, nutrition, active living and much more.
Community of Hearts Lifelong Learning Centre
This is currently a working board that is working towards becoming a governance board. Board members will oversee the organization to ensure it adheres to the mission statement of the organization. Board members are asked to sit on one of the various committees in order to grow and strengthen the organization. Potential committee members will work directly or indirectly with the population served by the organization
Guelph Community Health Centre, Guelph - Stone Road Mall Site, EarlyON Child and Family Centre Guelph
Stone Road Mall/Guelph Civic Museum/Puslinch Community Centre
1. Plans, prepares and implements program activities and learning areas 
2. Ensures the rooms are properly set up for each session 
3. Ensure documentation is completed including: attendance record, sign-in sheets, registration forms, privacy forms 
5. Maintains a safe, positive enriching environment for children through play and age-appropriate activities  
6. Role models positive child-adult interactions during group sessions 
7. Communicates with parents as needed about issues relevant to their child (i.e. behaviors, information about resources, referring to other services, etc.) 
8. Ensures program space is cleaned up after each session, and that mouthed toys are disinfected 
10. Communicates with the supervisor re Program issues, families needing referrals, concerns