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Social Media   Simcoe County 
Professional Armwrestling League Canada
Social Media/Marketing  
We need someone to look after Twitter, YouTube, IG, FB, accounts - post and report content.  
Attend tournaments/practices to get the content for Social Media accounts (all the expenses would be paid for) 
 
Audio/Video/Podcast/Broadcast  
Interviews with athletes around the world over podcast/video and posting on social media
Volunteer   Muskoka District 
Muskoka Arts and Crafts, Chapel Gallery, The Chapel Gallery
Bracebridge
Anything & Everything
YourTV Peterborough Lindsay
Peterborough
The primary function of the YourTV volunteer is to be an active member of our television production crew on many levels, whether it be at OHL games, studio shows or a live event, like the Santa Claus Parade.
    Duties may include:
  • Pre-production planning, such as setting up a potential interview subject
  • Technical equipment during productions, such as working camera, audio or the switcher
  • Administrative capacity, answering
  • Telephones and handling YourTV billboard announcements
  • Taking photos for the Billboard or helping with our YourTV website
  • Summary​ ​of​ ​Essential​ ​Job​ ​Functions of a YourTV volunteer include:
  • Working camera
  • Conducting interviews
  • Working the audio board
  • Working in our Control Room or Mobile Production Unit(s)
Defeat Depression
Peterborough

The Defeat Depression campaign is a national fundraising campaign designed to allow individuals and organizations to raise funds in support of their local mental health programs and services. The campaign has grown into a national movement bringing much-needed funds, awareness of mental health issues while fighting mental health stigma one event at a time. 
The 2022 Defeat Depression Walks will take place the last weekend of May 2022. 
Planning and organizing the Walk/Runs takes time, passion and creative thinking. With support from volunteers and Mood Disorders Society of Canada’s staff, you will be a part of something truly extraordinary in your community. 
 
Available positions: 

  • Event Chair/Co-Chairs  
  • Volunteer Coordinator  
  • Local Sponsorship Coordinator  
  • Communications/Marketing Coordinator  
  • Social Media Coordinator  
  • Logistics Coordinator
Imani's Place Foundation
Alliston
       
    • Demonstrated experience required (paid or volunteer) 
    • Have a clear understanding of human trafficking and associated trauma 
    • Development of all communication plan activities and building external relationships with the organizations constituents, including funders and the media 
    • The creation and distribution of press releases 
    • Understanding of marketing concepts in a not-for profit setting 
    • Able to lead and work collaboratively with the Marketing Committee and Social Media Manager 
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously and efficiently and with minimum supervision 
    • Share our passion and dedication to making a real different in the lives of women (particularly BIPOC women) who have experienced trauma through domestic violence and/or human trafficking 
    • Deliver to a high standard, in often challenging circumstances, both ethically and professionally and are able to work collaboratively in a culturally diverse organization 
    • You will demonstrate a commitment to the organization's mission and values
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Imani's Place Foundation
Alliston

Integral part of promoting the values and mission of the organization in the community and ensuring that the stories of the women that use our services are told. Working toward getting the story of inequality, marginalization and oppression out to the mainstream gives a voice to the women who have experienced it and how they are working to overcome these challenges while working with Imani’s Place and what social and political changes still need to be made. Working collaboratively with other members of the Imani’s Place Team the Social Justice Writer will work toward the following, as a volunteer: 
• Demonstrated experience required (paid or volunteer) 
• Have a clear understanding of domestic violence, human trafficking and associated trauma 
• Research and gather evidence-based content from sources to support content development.  
• Write interesting and engaging copy for reports, fact sheets, proposals, web-based material, presentations, newsletters and other media.  
• Contribute to the ongoing reporting and dissemination of data, evidence and policy documents arising from Imani’s Place and network partner activities and initiatives. 
• Provide general writing support to Imani’s Place staff. 
• Undertake copy editing and revision of text to ensure it is clear, concise, coherent, and consistent.  
• Ensure overall compliance with guidelines when developing all content to determine tone, reading level, spelling and grammar rules, protocols for citation, word count and page length and glossary terms.  
• Liaise with experts, content producers, editors and other communication experts to ensure accuracy of content and quality of information for written products. 
• Comply with organizational processes for preparing and approving materials. 
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously and efficiently with minimal supervision 
• Share our passion and dedication to making a real difference in the lives of women (particularly BIPOC women) who have experienced trauma through domestic violence and/or human trafficking. 
• Deliver to a high standard, in often challenging circumstances, both ethically and professionally and are able to work collaboratively in a culturally diverse organization.  
• May involve sitting for extended periods of time 
• You will demonstrate a commitment to the organization’s mission and values.

Imani's Place Foundation
Alliston

Integral part of promoting the values and mission of the organization in the community. Working collaboratively with other members of the Imani’s Place Team the Social Media Manager Lead will work toward the following, as a volunteer: 
• Demonstrated experience required (paid or volunteer) 
• Have a clear understanding of human trafficking and associated trauma 
• Graphic design experience is an asset 
• Oversee Imani’s Place interactions with the public through implementing content strategies on social media platforms. 
• Increase the visibility of the organization, its programs, and fundraising events, as well as increase the number of active supporters. 
• Identify trends in customer interactions and planning digital campaigns to build community online. 
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously and efficiently with minimal supervision 
• Work cooperatively with the Marketing, Communications and Community Engagement Leads 
• Share our passion and dedication to making a real difference in the lives of women (particularly BIPOC women) who have experienced trauma through domestic violence and/or human trafficking. 
• Deliver to a high standard, in often challenging circumstances, both ethically and professionally and are able to work collaboratively in a culturally diverse organization.  
• You will demonstrate a commitment to the organization’s mission and values.

Empower Simcoe
Orillia
Volunteers are a valued part of our team and play a significant role in all areas of Empower Simcoe, developing lasting relationships with people and helping to improve their overall sense of well-being. Our volunteers help empower people to lead a meaningful and inclusive life. With many different skills and experiences, volunteers can give of their time to Empower Simcoe in a variety of ways:
  • Sharing time, interests and hobbies with people who have an developmental disability
  • Committees/Board of Directors
  • Offering transportation
  • Participating in fundraising at Empower Simcoe Foundation Bingos
  • Assisting with fundraising events like our annual Fashion Show and Golf Tournament
  • Becoming a peer through our Youth Programs
  • Helping young children and families at the EarlyON Child and Family Centre
Timing? We`ll coordinate opportunities to your availability.
ALS Canada
Grey and Bruce Counties
    As the Social Media Coordinator, you will:
  • Work with ALS Canada staff and volunteers to manage the local walks social media pages promoting the event
  • Support the event’s overall execution on June 20th, 2021, in celebration of Global ALS Awareness day.
Dress for Success, Barrie
Barrie

Board Members 
Boutique Merchandising 
Breakfast Club Facilitators 
Clothing Sorter 
Committee Members 
Corporate Volunteers 
Event/Fundraising 
Professional Women's Group Facilitators 
Stylist to help suit clients,  
IT Tech 
Professional Women's Group Mentors 
 
POSITION DESCRIPTION:  
Clothing Sorter - Sort Clothes, take inventory, and organize the store. 
 
Stylists- Suit clients for their interviews (experience with Dress For Success may be needed, but will be provided). 
 
Fundraising Committee- Creating events for fundraising opportunities, or volunteering for an already planned event. 
 
IT Tech - Someone to create and maintain a social presence online to promote the organization and it's events. 
 
Hair and Make up Stylists- Help show clients what is appropriate for interviews and work when considering make up and hair. 
 
Board of Directors- Must be 18+, will sit in on the board meetings and hold an important role within the organization, for more information, contact Linda Reid, Executive Director for Dress For Success Orillia and Barrie.

Ontario Parents Advocating for Children with Cancer

For high school students who want to get involved helping raise childhood cancer awareness and/or funds in their schools and communities. 

If you are a high school student looking to give back to your community and get volunteer hours, we need you for our OPACC Golden Hearts Youth Council! ​ 

Benefits

  • ​ Get community service volunteer hours from OPACC and OPACC partner organizations 
  • Be notified of new volunteer opportunities in your community 
  • OPACC can promote your fundraiser, project, campaign through our network 
  • Looks great on your resume for work or school/scholarships 
  • References for work/school 
  • Give back to the childhood cancer community and help other kids in a meaningful way 
  • Special thank-you perks for our youth volunteers
  • Option to become an OPACC Board Member at age 18 to continue your involvement more formally 

Examples of how you can help

  • At community events 
  • With OPACC programs (i.e. Comfy Cases, Million Dollar Smiles, Courage Capes sewing events, Parent Liaisons in hospitals, etc.)
  • Running a childhood cancer awareness campaign at your school and/or in your community, especially in September (Childhood Cancer Awareness Month). Some ideas include: organizing a Flag Raising or Proclamation at City Hall; doing a yellow shirt day at school; or doing morning announcements in September about childhood cancer facts 
  • Doing fundraisers like organizing a Kaps4Kids event at school; selling foods or crafts at school with funds going to OPACC; putting together a fun walk; or doing a third-party fundraiser to benefit OPACC 
  • Creating cards (i.e. Valentines or Christmas cards) or organizing a gift drive to distribute to kids in hospitals 
  • Do chalk drawings with inspiring and/or awareness messages outside of a children's hospital or other local community centre 
  • Doing a social media campaign to raise awareness about OPACC and childhood cancer like making a TikTok video, Instagram post, etc. (subject to approval) ​ 

Opportunities are available throughout Ontario. There are many ways to help out independently, with friends, teammates, and with classmates through a school club or initiative! ​ Time is flexible depending on what you want to do (self-directed projects), we also try to do monthly virtual drop-in meetings on Zoom to answer questions, brainstorm ideas, and support each other.

Foundation Fighting Blindness, Simcoe County, Ride for Sight
Alliston, Ontario

Cycle for Sight is looking for a variety of volunteers to help with different aspects of the 15th annual event held in June in Alliston (cyclists ride from Alliston to Stayner and back)

Recruitment Volunteers:

This role will focus on recruiting, retaining, and renewing participants.

Helps with:

1. Marketing and communications

                                                               i.      Website

                                                             ii.      Emails

                                                           iii.      Phone calls

                                                           iv.      Text messages

                                                             v.      Social media i.e. Facebook, Instagram, Strava

2.              Launch and / or VIP parties (in-person or virtual)

3.              Team Captain VIP program

4.              Spokespeople i.e. athletes and people affected by vision loss

 

Fundraising Volunteers

This role will focus on making fundraising easier for participants and increasing funds raised by participants.

Helps with:

1.              Participant fundraising portal

2.              Marketing and communications:

                                                               i.      Emails

                                                             ii.      Phone calls

                                                           iii.      Text messages

3.              Top Fundraiser VIP program

4.              Fundraising toolkit i.e. tips, email templates

5.              Incentive prizes and awards

6.              Sponsorship

 

Event Day Logistics

This role will focus on event day logistics and ensuring that we provide participants with a premier event experience.

Helps with:

1.              Venue selection

2.              Route, rest stops, and rider chip tracking system

3.              Jersey design

4.              Volunteers

5.              Start line experience

6.              Finish line experience

7.              Securing auction and gift bag items (if applicable)

 

Crohn's and Colitis Canada, Mailing Address, Northern Ontario

Across the country, the Gutsy Walk is made possible due to the time and talents shared by thousands of volunteers in their communities. With a collective goal to deliver our mission of finding a cure for Crohn's and colitis, we are greatly appreciative and thankful for our volunteers who have continuously led the Gutsy Walk to success each year.

As a Gutsy Walk Planning Committee Member, you’ll be working closely with a team of other volunteers to plan and promote your local Gutsy Walk. Your efforts in connecting and engaging your community—whatever your volunteer role with Gutsy Walk—will make a big impact in raising awareness about IBD and finding cures.
In particular, we’re looking for volunteers to support their local Gutsy Walk in the following ways:

  • Community Outreach –inspire people to sign up and participate in the local Gutsy Walk
  • Media Relations –connect with local media outlets to promote the Gutsy Walk
  • Social Media –raise awareness about IBD and the Gutsy Walk through social media
  • Fundraising –organize exciting fundraisers in your community
  • Corporate Sponsorship –engage with local businesses to promote donations of sponsorship and gifts in kind
  • Stewardship –build relationships with Gutsy Walk participants and encourage engagement
Muskoka Parry Sound Sexual Assault Services

Volunteers would be required to provide support to individuals on a helpline or chat service who have experienced sexual trauma, violence and or assault. A 30 hour training course and interview is to be completed before starting on the helpline and chat service.