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MS Society of Canada [Central East], Bruce Grey Chapter
-Government Relations Lead or Programs and Services Lead on Chapter Council 
-Support and advance the MS Society’s work 
-Contribute time, skills and expertise to advocate for people affected by MS 
-Reach out to personal/business networks to engage them as needed and as appropriate 
-Gain a solid understanding of MS Society of Canada strategic objectives, policies & procedures, and advocacy initiatives 
-Form/Lead or participate in chapter’s Government Relations or Programs and Services committee and recruit Committee members 
-Keep chapter/community Council up to date on key activities of the Committee 
-Participate in chapter/community council meetings and periodic regional and division wide teleconferences. Share information, updates and best practices with chapter government relations & advocacy committee.
Simcoe County Alliance to End Homelessness, Barrie - No Physical Address, Barrie Chapter
Simcoe County, Orillia, Barrie, North Simcoe, South Simcoe, South Georgian Bay
Simcoe County Point-in-Time Count and Registry Week 
Point in Time Count will take place April 21-23, 2020  
 
Roles/duties include:  
1. Administering surveys to individuals on the street, in shelters, and at service locations 
2. Administrative support and general assistance at volunteer headquarters 
3. Entering survey data into a database in preparation for analysis and reporting
Penetanguishene Centennial Museum and Archives, Penetanguishene Centennial Museum
Penetanguishene
Volunteers would be responsible for assisting with the development, organization and promotion of programs and events. Programs & events would be during PD Days, after school, evenings and Saturday’s.
Penetanguishene Centennial Museum and Archives, Penetanguishene Centennial Museum
Penetanguishene
Research historical information, provide tours, assist clients with research and input data
Craigleith Heritage Depot
Craigleith Heritage Depot, 113 Lakeshore Rd. E. The Blue Moutains, Ontario
The Craigleith Heritage Depot continuously collects information on ALL aspects of the history of The Blue Mountains. The research volunteer will assist with: 
 
• the development of our vertical files  
• research topics for upcoming exhibits  
• assist visiting researchers with their searches 
 
The research volunteer will be provided training on the existing resources and how to use databases and on-line resources. We seek a weekly commitment of a minimum of 2-3 hours any day of the week or Wednesday evening.
Ontario Trillium Foundation, Toronto
Locally, join 1 of 16 Grant Review Teams across the province
Volunteering for impact. OTF volunteers help build healthy and vibrant communities throughout Ontario. 
 
OTF volunteers review and recommend projects for funding in Ontario’s communities. Over 200 volunteers bring diverse perspectives and knowledge from regions across the province. As public appointees, OTF volunteers are stewards of public funds and work to ensure a broad range of perspectives are represented in the 16 Grant Review Teams that inform grant-making decisions.
Kawartha World Issues Centre
Peterborough
Working with a dynamic small staff and volunteer team, you will have many opportunities to be involved with the Centre, from database management to promotion to planning special events for the centre, depending on your skills and interests.
Canadian Continence Foundation (The), Peterborough - Head Office
Peterborough
* Research grant opportunities related to health care, education, continence issues, caregivers, and women's health. 
* Prepare grant applications and submit 
* Maintain deadlines while being highly organized 
* Attend regular meetings
Grant Writer   Peterborough County 
Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre
Most work can be done from home, may meet occassionally with fundraising chair as required.
Up to 3 volunteers needed to assist KTTC Board members/Volunteer Coordinator with researching and writing funding proposals to fund-granting organizations. 
 
Volunteers who are accepted would work under a Lead who would coordinate their activities. Volunteers would work primarily on their own from their homes. Meetings would tend to be held by conference call though occasional live meetings can be expected. 
 
Volunteers will identify funding organizations that support projects related to: 
• Species-at-risk 
• Wildlife rehabilitation, conservation and education 
• Bio-diversity and the environment 
 
They will pre-qualify KTTC programs by reviewing the funder's requirements and funding proposal guidelines. The volunteer will then make recommendations to the Lead and they may be asked to draft funding proposals. Assistance and training on completing funding proposals will be available. 
 
Skills/Equipment Requirements 
• A computer with internet access. 
• Good attention to detail 
• Strong written and verbal communication skills 
• Self-directed. 
• Open to feedback 
 
Reporting Structure: 
The Grant Research and Proposal Subcommittee reports to the Fund-raising Committee through the Fund-raising Committee Chair. 
Lang Pioneer Village Museum
Lang Pioneer Village Museum
The Historical Research Volunteer supports Lang Pioneer Village Museum’s public and educational programming and exhibit design in order to authentically recreate, as accurately as possible, the rural history of Peterborough County. Research conducted by the Historical Research Volunteer will expand the knowledge base for interpreters in the village enabling them to relay to the visitors interesting information and stories relating to the artifacts and local history. 
 
Key Responsibilities:  
•Expanding the base of interesting and relevant historical information for staff and interpreters at the village 
•Stimulates interpretation in the village by researching and providing stories of local relevance 
•Sourcing local and national historic documents through library, archival and internet searches, in order to fulfill needs relating to upcoming special events or demonstrations & exhibits 
•Research documents should be sourced from primary and secondary sources and final documentation should include references of sources
Northumberland Humane Society, Port Hope - Ward St, Animal Shelter
Will be responsible for addressing envelopes with labels and stamps and mailing newsletter out to members.
Peterborough Social Planning Council, No physical address
Peterborough Square
* Provide advice and support to enhance the mission and vision of the Peterborough Social Planning Council (PSPC).  
* Attend monthly board meetings as well as sit on sub committee (approximately 6 hours/month required).  
* Assist with fund development/fund raising.  
* Volunteers also needed for various committees - call or click on "Yes, I'd like to volunteer" to request more information. 
* Participate as a member of the PSPC team in working together to faciliate active, broad-based citizen participation in shaping healthy communities in Peterborough City and County.  
* Provide a voice for social policy; create opportunities for people to address social issues; conduct social research; promote social change, social justice and work together to build a strong community.
Peterborough LETS Exchange, Community Association - Local Economic Trading System
Research potential grants for the non-profit sector. Present appropriate grants possibilities to the LETS Board. Write and submit grant proposals.
Grey County., Owen Sound, Housing
Participate in decision making regarding the running of a small Non Profit Housing unit for Seniors 65+ 
Occasional research into related issues.
Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County, Barrie - Anne St S, Barrie
Meetings will likely take place in Barrie.
1. Collaborate with the Events Coordinator and Walk Planning Team to create a plan for the next IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's. 
2. Select one of 14 areas of responsibility on which to focus your time and energy and plan. 
3. Implement plan in a timely manner. 
4. Attend regular planning meetings of the Planning Team to share progress and brainstorm solutions to challenges. 
5. Develop and maintain accurate records and responses to efforts for future events. 
6. Participate on Walk Day and evaluation of Walk Day.
STEM Camp, Shanty Bay
Barrie & North Bay - contact office for opportunities in other areas of Ontario.
The STEM Camp Ambassador will travel to STEM Camp 1-2 times each week to spend a couple of hours observing how operations of the summer camp are doing. The Ambassador will have a checklist that will contain their observations which they will forward to Head Office at the end of each visit. The STEM Camp Ambassador role is an important piece in STEM Camp's commitment to making sure each of its locations are operating smoothly and are fun and safe for the children.