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Georgian Triangle Humane Society, Collingwood - 10th Line
Collingwood and area
Canine Foster Volunteers provide a safe, loving and temporary home for puppies (4-6 puppies at a time), senior dogs and adult dogs with specific needs. You must have the ability to separate the foster animals from any pets in your home by keeping them in a separate room, if necessary. We will provide training and all the supplies you need.  
 
Canine Foster Volunteers are responsible for helping the puppies, seniors and / or adult dogs in their care thrive until they are ready to be adopted (or to be returned to their owner in cases of Emergency Boarding). This will include feeding the animals at least twice a day, possibly more, potty training (for puppies), and exercising and socializing the animals. It may also include bottle feeding and administering oral medications.  
 
NOTE: At time of posting we are currently ONLY able to consider candidates who are willing to assist with two or more of the following foster scenarios:  
– 4-6 puppies under 4 weeks of age, requiring bottle feeding  
– 4-6 puppies over 4 weeks of age  
– dogs with medical or special needs (eg. provide medication, ensure ‘bedrest’ post-surgery…)  
– pregnant or nursing moms  
– dogs in need of socialization or with behavioural concerns  
– dogs belonging to pet owners in need of emergency boarding in times of crisis  
 
Please complete a Foster Application form to apply under the 'How to become a GTHS volunteer' section on our website:  
www.gths.ca/volunteer
Georgian Triangle Humane Society, Collingwood - 10th Line
Collingwood
Feline Foster Volunteers provide a safe, loving and temporary home for pregnant or nursing cats and kittens (litter sizes can range from 5-9 kittens). Other foster scenarios include caring for cats who are recovering from an injury or illness, and providing emergency boarding to assist when someone is temporarily unable to care for their cat due to a crisis (eg. in hospital or homeless). You must be able to separate the foster animals from any pets in your home by keeping them in a separate room. We will provide training and all the supplies you need. 
 
Feline Foster Volunteers are responsible for helping the cat/kittens in their care thrive until they are ready to be adopted (or returned to their owner in the case of emergency boarding). This will include feeding the animals at least twice a day, possibly more, cleaning litter boxes and socializing the animals. It may also include bottle feeding and administering oral medications. 
 
Fostering can be undertaken by children under adult supervision, however, the adult must register as the official Feline Foster Volunteer. 
 
NOTE: As at time of posting we are currently ONLY looking for new Foster Volunteers who are willing to care for nursing females and/or pregnant females with their litters once they’re born, and/or with bottle-fed orphaned kitten litters.  
 
Please complete a Foster Application Form on our website under the section entitled 'How to become a GTHS Volunteer' www.gths.ca/volunteer
Canadian Blood Services, Barrie Donor Centre, Blood Donor Centre, Barrie Area Office
Collingwood
Mobile/Donor Centre Volunteer - Collingwood 
 
As a volunteer with Canadian Blood Services you help create a positive, safe and welcoming environment and experience for our donors. Greeting donors with a smile, thanking them for their donation and making conversation helps ensure a good donation experience. As one of the last faces donors see on their way out, the care and attention you give plays a critical role in the success of future blood donor clinics. 
 
Activities and Tasks Associated with the Role - This role has a variety of duties, including, but not limited to the following: 
 
• Welcome and serve snacks and drinks to donors upon their arrival from the donation area 
• Oversee the refreshment area which includes displaying and restocking snacks and drinks 
• Responsible for ensuring the cleaning of tables, chairs and touch points within the refreshment area 
• Mandatory use of surgical masks, hand sanitizer and gloves provided by CBS when operating within the Mobile/Donor Centre 
• Observe donors and alert donor centre staff of adverse reactions 
• Provide donors with organizational updates and information on current CBS initiatives 
• Regularly review written volunteer duties and centre specific procedures 
• Adhere to policies, procedures and training requirements 
• Respond to donor concerns and questions by directing donors to appropriate staff 
 
Skills, Abilities, Traits 
• Friendly, compassionate, outgoing and possess good communication skills 
• Able to work independently as well as in a team environment 
• Sensitive and respectful of the dignity of all people 
• Able to relate to different personalities and age groups in a variety of situations 
• Able to observe and react appropriately to adverse situations 
• Adhere to CBS dress code (e.g. name tag, vest/ t-shirt and closed toes shoes) 
• Reliable and punctual 
• Provide good customer service to donors to ensure they feel both valued and appreciated for their donation
Canadian Blood Services, Barrie Donor Centre, Blood Donor Centre, Barrie Area Office
Elmvale
Mobile/Donor Centre Volunteer -Elmvale 
 
As a volunteer with Canadian Blood Services you help create a positive, safe and welcoming environment and experience for our donors. Greeting donors with a smile, thanking them for their donation and making conversation helps ensure a good donation experience. As one of the last faces donors see on their way out, the care and attention you give plays a critical role in the success of future blood donor clinics. 
 
Activities and Tasks Associated with the Role - This role has a variety of duties, including, but not limited to the following: 
 
• Welcome and serve snacks and drinks to donors upon their arrival from the donation area 
• Oversee the refreshment area which includes displaying and restocking snacks and drinks 
• Responsible for ensuring the cleaning of tables, chairs and touch points within the refreshment area 
• Mandatory use of surgical masks, hand sanitizer and gloves provided by CBS when operating within the Mobile/Donor Centre 
• Observe donors and alert donor centre staff of adverse reactions 
• Provide donors with organizational updates and information on current CBS initiatives 
• Regularly review written volunteer duties and centre specific procedures 
• Adhere to policies, procedures and training requirements 
• Respond to donor concerns and questions by directing donors to appropriate staff 
 
Skills, Abilities, Traits 
• Friendly, compassionate, outgoing and possess good communication skills 
• Able to work independently as well as in a team environment 
• Sensitive and respectful of the dignity of all people 
• Able to relate to different personalities and age groups in a variety of situations 
• Able to observe and react appropriately to adverse situations 
• Adhere to CBS dress code (e.g. name tag, vest/ t-shirt and closed toes shoes) 
• Reliable and punctual 
• Provide good customer service to donors to ensure they feel both valued and appreciated for their donation
Canadian Blood Services, Barrie Donor Centre, Blood Donor Centre, Barrie Area Office
Parry Sound
Mobile/Donor Centre Volunteer at St. Peter's - Knights of Columbus Hall mobile clinic in Parry Sound 
 
As a volunteer with Canadian Blood Services you help create a positive, safe and welcoming environment and experience for our donors. Greeting donors with a smile, thanking them for their donation and making conversation helps ensure a good donation experience. As one of the last faces donors see on their way out, the care and attention you give plays a critical role in the success of future blood donor clinics. 
 
Activities and Tasks Associated with the Role - This role has a variety of duties, including, but not limited to the following: 
 
• Welcome and serve snacks and drinks to donors upon their arrival from the donation area 
• Oversee the refreshment area which includes displaying and restocking snacks and drinks 
• Responsible for ensuring the cleaning of tables, chairs and touch points within the refreshment area 
• Mandatory use of surgical masks, hand sanitizer and gloves provided by CBS when operating within the Mobile/Donor Centre 
• Observe donors and alert donor centre staff of adverse reactions 
• Provide donors with organizational updates and information on current CBS initiatives 
• Regularly review written volunteer duties and centre specific procedures 
• Adhere to policies, procedures and training requirements 
• Respond to donor concerns and questions by directing donors to appropriate staff 
 
Skills, Abilities, Traits 
• Friendly, compassionate, outgoing and possess good communication skills 
• Able to work independently as well as in a team environment 
• Sensitive and respectful of the dignity of all people 
• Able to relate to different personalities and age groups in a variety of situations 
• Able to observe and react appropriately to adverse situations 
• Adhere to CBS dress code (e.g. name tag, vest/ t-shirt and closed toes shoes) 
• Reliable and punctual 
• Provide good customer service to donors to ensure they feel both valued and appreciated for their donation
Canadian Blood Services, Barrie Donor Centre, Blood Donor Centre, Barrie Area Office
Midland
Mobile/Donor Centre Volunteer -Midland 
 
As a volunteer with Canadian Blood Services you help create a positive, safe and welcoming environment and experience for our donors. Greeting donors with a smile, thanking them for their donation and making conversation helps ensure a good donation experience. As one of the last faces donors see on their way out, the care and attention you give plays a critical role in the success of future blood donor clinics. 
 
Activities and Tasks Associated with the Role - This role has a variety of duties, including, but not limited to the following: 
 
• Welcome and serve snacks and drinks to donors upon their arrival from the donation area 
• Oversee the refreshment area which includes displaying and restocking snacks and drinks 
• Responsible for ensuring the cleaning of tables, chairs and touch points within the refreshment area 
• Mandatory use of surgical masks, hand sanitizer and gloves provided by CBS when operating within the Mobile/Donor Centre 
• Observe donors and alert donor centre staff of adverse reactions 
• Provide donors with organizational updates and information on current CBS initiatives 
• Regularly review written volunteer duties and centre specific procedures 
• Adhere to policies, procedures and training requirements 
• Respond to donor concerns and questions by directing donors to appropriate staff 
 
Skills, Abilities, Traits 
• Friendly, compassionate, outgoing and possess good communication skills 
• Able to work independently as well as in a team environment 
• Sensitive and respectful of the dignity of all people 
• Able to relate to different personalities and age groups in a variety of situations 
• Able to observe and react appropriately to adverse situations 
• Adhere to CBS dress code (e.g. name tag, vest/ t-shirt and closed toes shoes) 
• Reliable and punctual 
• Provide good customer service to donors to ensure they feel both valued and appreciated for their donation
Board Member   Simcoe County 
Breaking Down Barriers, Independent Living Resource Centre
Collingwood
Board members are needed to help guide and mentor the organization. Board members are required to participate in one standing committee: fundraising, finance, strategic planning and/or governance. People 18+ of all abilities welcome to apply. There is a Board requirement that a percentage of people with disabilities are members of the Board.
Home and Community Care Support Services South West, London Office, Home and Community Care
Bruce County, Grey County, Huron County, Perth County
Peer Leaders are volunteers in the South West Self Management Program, who facilitate the Living a Healthy Life workshop series for individuals with chronic health conditions. The workshop series contains 6 sessions - each 2.5 hours in length. Workshops are offered in a community setting with groups of 6-15 participants. Leaders are required to facilitate 2 workshops per year. Peer leaders receive paid mileage and honorarium for each workshop they facilitate. 
 
Workshops are held in various accessible community spaces, such as community center and family health offices.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia and District
Orillia
The Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Orillia and District provides quality mentoring relationships for young people in our community who would benefit from caring, supportive adult role models. The relationships are fostered through one-to-one matching, group programs and our school based programs.
United Way of Bruce Grey, Backpack Program
380 9th Street East Owen Sound
This volunteer opportunity is available in July and August of each year in preparation for the school year in September. 
 
Assist in 'stuffing' backpacks with back to school supplies, based on the age and gender of the recipient.
March of Dimes Canada, Peterborough, Aphasia and Communication Disabilities Program
Northminster United Church, 300 Sunset Boulevard Peterborough, ON K9H 5L3
Compassionate adults needed for group consultations  
* Do you have a few hours a week to have meaningful conversations in a fun, lively atmosphere?  
* Volunteers provide support to adults with communication difficulties by participating in group conversation sessions about current events, music, food, art and much more.
South Georgian Bay Community Health Centre, Wasaga Beach, Health Care Services
Collingwood and Wasaga Beach YMCA
Helping to supervise/assist participants as they perform different balance/strengthening exercises (under supervision of a physiotherapist)
Autism Ontario, Grey Bruce
There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. There are four main areas in which you can volunteer with Autism Ontario:  
 
Administrative: help with mailings, thank you letters, grant writing, etc. 
 
Events: we run events year-round, which require volunteers to keep them running smoothly 
 
Committees: we have several ongoing and adhoc committees that meet during the year 
 
Chapter Leadership Council (CLC)
Grey Bruce Health Unit
Various Locations
• Work with a team of volunteers to sort fruits and vegetables into individual orders 
• Handle food gently and hygienically, and arrange the boxes for maximum appeal 
• Assist with packing site set-up and clean-up 
Good Fox Box pack takes place in the following communities: Thornbury, Neyaashiinigmiing, Chesley, Chatsworth, Dundalk, Durham, Hanover, Kincardine, Lucknow, Markdale, Meaford, Owen Sound, Port Elgin, Sauble Beach, Saugeen First Nation, Tara, Teeswater, Wiarton
Orillia Community Gardens, Orillia - High St, High Street Park Community Garden
High Street Park
Weeding, Planting, Tilling, Watering etc. (All Gardening Duties)
Paradise Shores by AmandaFritz
115 Matchedash St N
- cook, bake, gardening 
- activities with residence 
- activities of daily living
Musician   Simcoe County 
Tudhope Manor Retirement Residence
Tudhope Manor - Orillia
Play piano in foyer (or bring your own instrument of choice).
Orillia Youth Centre
9 Front St. S. Unit 1
Working in conjunction with the Director and staff. Assist with programming. There are various opportunities for volunteers at the Youth Centre! Volunteers can determine what they would like to do at the centre. Tell us what skills you bring to the table. Create your own volunteer experience!
Orillia Native Women's Group
110 Matchedash St. N
Volunteers are required to help with programs and making sure office duites are kept up to date and looked after. Always looking for First Nations mentors.
Special Olympics Ontario - Central Ontario, Barrie - No Physical Address, Barrie Chapter
Variable
Volunteers act as coaches in weekly sport training sessions, working with athletes with an intellectual disability in a variety of sports. Other positions include administrative roles on community council (fundraising, secretary, public relations, etc.). If we host competitions, day-of event volunteers are also required. SOO-Barrie offers 14 Olympic-type sports.
Companion   Grey County  Simcoe County 
Breaking Down Barriers, Independent Living Resource Centre
Collingwood
Provide weekly companionship to client of Breaking Down Barriers. Assist with activities like arts & crafts, cooking, scrapbooking, weaving and Friendship Café. Meet for conversation, maybe go for an outing and just be a friendly face to someone who may otherwise be isolated.
Board Member   Simcoe County 
Huronia Symphony Orchestra
Barrie, Ontario
To attend Board of Directors Meetings. Participate in board activities and decision making.
Board of Directors   Bruce County  Grey County 
REACH Centre Grey Bruce
Owen Sound, ON
Join our Board of Directors to provide input on decision making. We are an advisory Board and meet for 1 hour once per month.
God's Solution Sanctuary
Unity Christian High School, 25 Burton Avenue, Barrie Ontario
Volunteers needed within various aspects of assisting children and adults with special needs to participate
ME/FM Association of Peterborough and District, Peterborough
To volunteer for 2 - 4 hour shifts on Tag Day
Volunteer   Bruce County  Grey County  Muskoka District  Simcoe County 
Crohn's and Colitis Canada, Simcoe County Chapter - Mailing Address
Local Chapter Volunteer 
We are seeking individuals who are passionate about making a difference in their community to join our team of dedicated volunteers in the role of Local Chapter Volunteer. 
As a volunteer, you will collaborate with like-minded individuals to help plan patient support and fundraising events such as monthly peer support meetings, education events, and the Gutsy Walk. 
We encourage you to apply if you are experienced or interested in the following: 
 Fundraising 
 Event planning 
 Volunteer recruitment 
 Marketing and communications 
 Acting as a community liaison 
Time commitment: 
 2-3 hours per month from September to June 
 Additional support may be required leading up to events 
What you can expect: 
 A staff partner to provide training and support 
 The opportunity to apply and grow your skill set 
 A collaborative team dedicated to making a difference 
 The chance to connect with people in your local community