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Camp Counsellor   Muskoka District  Parry Sound District 
Campfire Circle

A passion for working with children and families is a must, but camp experience is not! We offer incredible professional development opportunities and the ability to connect to over 400 professional volunteers and staff that range in age from 19-70+.

Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre

Duties may include: Busser, Usher, Greeter, Tour Guide, Children's Crafts helper or Exhibit Animator.

Parkinson Canada, Peterborough, Support Groups

SuperWalk Coordinators play a pivotal role in raising awareness and funds for people living with Parkinson’s. They champion and lead the coordination of SuperWalk in communities, from start to finish, with support from Parkinson Canada. They support the organizing committee and ensure a positive experience for event participants. You will solicit sponsors in conjunction with the Sponsorship Coordinator and ensure the funds collected the day of the event are properly recorded and deposited. You will ensure all activities and actions are in alignment with the Parkinson Canada SuperWalk program and Parkinson Canada Policies.

As a SuperWalk Coordinator, your people-skills, enthusiasm, and talent for organizing make you an excellent community facilitator. You enjoy guiding and mentoring other volunteers and helping them excel at their tasks. As someone who loves event logistics, you excel at key tasks, including:

  • Selecting and securing site for SuperWalk
  • Preparing a budget for the local event
  • Sourcing local sponsorships
  • Recruiting and providing leadership for the organizing committee
  • Managing volunteers alongside the Volunteer Coordinator
  • Organizing and Chairing Committee Meetings
  • Attending monthly (April-October) conference calls with Parkinson Canada event staff
  • Attending and overseeing all aspects of the walk including post walk wrap up
Butt Blitz Team Coordinator   Bruce County  Grey County  Muskoka District  Northumberland County  Parry Sound District  Peterborough County  Simcoe County 
A Greener Future

In 2015, we ran our first ever Butt Blitz — an action-oriented campaign focused on raising public awareness about cigarette litter, while simultaneously removing as much of it from the environment as possible.

Cigarette butts account for 1 in 5 pieces of litter that we find at our cleanups. These small cigarette butts are one of the most common forms of litter and when not disposed of properly, they cause negative impacts on local ecosystems and health.

Each spring, volunteers from across Canada pick up cigarette butts in their local communities, then send them to TerraCycle Canada for recycling. The social impact of this event is just as important as the environmental impact, as it helps prevent cigarette butt litter from ending up on the ground in the future!

We are looking for Butt Blitz Coordinators in communities across Canada to join us in expanding our impact by engaging volunteers locally throughout April!

As a Butt Blitz Coordinator, you are dedicating your time throughout April to help reduce the amount of cigarette litter in your local community and create a safer, healthier environment. You will help to spread awareness and connect others within your community to get involved in this initiative to reduce cigarette waste. 

All you need to participate is a pair of gloves, an up-cycled container (e.g., an old yogurt tub) to collect your butts in, and an interest in improving your local environment!

Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Review and understand the Butt Blitz Coordinator Information package

  • Participate in cigarette litter cleanups to contribute to the overall goal of removing 1 million cigarette butts

  • Choose a central and easily accessible location for local volunteers to drop off their collected butts (e.g., your front porch)

  • Engage and support a team of local volunteers throughout April (e.g., answering questions, keeping in contact, hosting small group cleanups)

  •  Mail in the cigarette butt collection to TerraCycle for recycling (shipping label provided by A Greener Future)

  • Attend virtual team meetings via Google Meets (3 in total, max 30 minutes in length)

  • Complete weekly check-ins with A Greener Future staff (via email or virtual call)

  • Speak with the local media about the Butt Blitz should the possibility arrive

  • Sign a virtual Liability Waiver

Please note: The Butt Blitz is a 19+ event (18+ in Alberta and Quebec) because we are working with hazardous waste.

To apply for this opportunity, please complete the application below by Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024:

Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview to ensure that the role is a good fit and we’ll answer any questions you may have about the position.

Roberta Place
503 Essa Road Barrie (between Ferndale/Mapleton)

Visiting residents residing in long term care, one-on-one. This can include walking with residents inside and outside the facility.

Alzheimer Society of Muskoka
Muskoka and Parry Sound


Objective: To assist the person with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias (ADOD) and their families by providing companionship for the person, delivering client-specific recreation interventions to stimulate memory, confidence, and overall quality of life, and providing relief for the caregiver.

Time Commitment: A minimum of 2 hours per week for 6 months.


▪ 19 years of age or older

▪ Creative in adapting to the needs of the person with dementia.

▪ Caring, compassionate and patient.

▪ Good active listening and communication skills.

▪ Ability to work independently.

▪ Ability to accept direction and to ask for help when needed.

▪ Reliable and dependable.

▪ Sensitive and non-judgmental.

▪ Good health and grooming.

▪ Car is helpful, but not required.


▪ To complete the Alzheimer Information Series (3 hours) training and the Meaningful Activity In Home (3 hours) training prior to first visit.

▪ To complete 3 sessions of Social Recreation programming in AlzSWP office before being matched.

▪ To meet individually with the Social Recreation Coordinator to review and learn the personalized intervention plan before first visit with client and family.

▪ To visit the person in their home with Social Recreation Coordinator at a prearranged time, convenient to both the family and the volunteer, to introduce self and activities.

▪ To be familiar with the background, skills and interests of the person, and the intervention plan prepared by the Social Recreation Coordinator.

▪ To provide enriching recreational experiences, using the intervention plan, for the person with dementia, taking into account the needs of that person.

▪ To maintain confidentiality of any information learned about the person and their family members, unless safety is a concern.

▪ To ensure that the person with dementia is safe and feels as secure and content as possible.  The volunteer should always carry a list of emergency telephone numbers, and the person’s medical information at all times.

▪ To complete an In Home Recreation Log after every visit and to send logs to the Manager of Volunteer and Social Recreation Services monthly. 

▪ To complete an incident report immediately following an incident of concern.

▪ To keep in regular contact with the Manager of Volunteer and Social Recreation Services and the Social Recreation Coordinator and discuss any areas of concern.

▪ To respect and adhere to the policies and procedures of the Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners.

▪ A willingness to update knowledge of ADOD through information available in our Society resource center and professional development workshops.


▪ The In Home Recreation volunteer is not expected to, and should not; undertake any activities involving personal care of the person with dementia, such as lifting, bathing, feeding, dressing, toileting or administration of medication(s).

▪ The In Home Recreation volunteer is prohibited from giving medical advice.

▪ The In Home Recreation volunteer is prohibited from becoming involved in the legal and financial affairs of the person with whom they are matched (i.e. banking, Power of Attorney etc.)

RVH Volunteer   Simcoe County 
Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, Barrie - 201 Georgian Dr, Volunteer Resources

Make a difference in the lives of our patients. Whether you want to volunteer directly with patients or support their care at RVH, we have an opportunity that is right for you.

To explore the opportunities available to volunteer in at RVH, visit this link:

To fill out an application, click this link and select 'Apply to Be a Volunteer Now'. If you are a student looking to join our summer program, please select 'Join Our Summer Program'. 


Secretary   Bruce County 
Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club
the Blue Mountains
  • Assist the president to prepare, ciculate and implement the agenda, manage meetings
  • Document and store electronically the minutes of Board meetings in Google Drive
  • Arrange locations ad ensure proper booking of facilities for Club meetings and events
  • Communicate to BTC meeting minutes, Board member contact information, and respond to requests for information from Board members and membership
  • Other duties as assigned
Beaver Valley Outreach, Treasure Shop, Thornbury - King St

We are looking for Greeters to assist in our Treasure Shop.  The greeter will be welcoming the customers and notifying them of any sales of the week.  Assisting other volunteers as needed.

We are looking to cover the following shifts:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Saturdays 12:30 to 3:30p.m.


Communities Connecting for Children, Matheson Creek Camp
Midhurst - At Matheson Creek Camp on Gill Road

Looking for dedicated enthusiastic people that enjoy the natural environment of our camp. 

Matheson Creek Camp Volunteers can be involved in various activities including :

  • General Labour
  • Trail maintenance
  • Teamwork Days at camp for special projects/events
  • Wood cutting & splitting for sites
  • Site maintenance
  • Fund Raising activities
  • Marketing assistance
  • Working at Bingo as a volunteer 2 hours per month
  • Grass cutting with provided equipment
  • Constuction Projects
  • Site spring Cleaning and fall closing activities
  • Board Member volunteer positions 
  • Students requiring volunteer hours for school welcome