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Welcome Centre Immigrant Services, Orillia, Mobile Unit
Orillia Public Library Program Room 1
* Facilitate the English Conversation Circle once a week 
* Teach English to a group of newcomers 
* Help clients integrate to the community
CNIB, Simcoe/Muskoka, Main Office
20 Anne Street South
Duties will depend on each agencies’ current projects and priorities but may include the following: 
1. In a friendly manner, greet visitors and direct them to the appropriate agency. Answer questions regarding all four agencies. Call appropriate agency to announce visitors. 
2. Direct couriers with packages to the appropriate agency. When appropriate, receive and sign packages from couriers and bring packages back to the appropriate staff. 
3. Sort incoming mail according to each agency and deliver to each agency. Assist with outgoing mail: ensure mail is picked up when postman delivers mail. 
4. Maintain the levels of brochures in reception area displays. Restock from reception storage. Notify appropriate agency when more stock is needed. Maintain bulletin boards in reception area. 
5. Maintain the general tidiness of the waiting area, including the children’s area. Wipe children’s toys on a regular basis. 
6. Inform appropriate staff when front desk supplies are low so supplies can be replenished. 
7. Review communications log each day. Make entries to the communications log, as needed. 
8. Inform visitors of ShopCNIB store days and hours (Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.) if they inquire about the CNIB store. 
9. Keep an eye out for disoriented visitors outside. People are often confused by what door to come in and may need guidance. Assist them when possible. 
10. Respond to questions regarding room bookings. 
11. Assist staff with set up of shared meeting spaces as required. 
12. Assist staff with opening and closing of the building.
Dress for Success Orillia and Barrie, Orillia, Poverty Relief, Employment
10 Peter St N. Unit 102, Orillia ON, L3V 4Y7
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 
 
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 on line 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.
Barrie Food Bank
42 Anne St S, Unit 2 Barrie, ON
A variety of positions are available including sorting, stocking shelves and packing items for client of the food bank. 
 
We need volunteers year round but require many volunteers during food drives in October, November and December especially. Volunteers for these food drives must be scheduled in advance, (recommend contacting Barrie Food Bank in September to volunteer for these food drives)
Sistema Huronia Music Academy, Midland
Volunteer to join the board of directors for the Sistema Huronia Music Academy. We meet once/month in Midland. Call to find out more information regarding board member activities around planning, marketing and promoting events and various other ways that you can help with. We are specifically looking for a volunteer Board Member / Bookkeeper.
Severn Sound Environmental Association
Severn Sound
In early spring (typically late April/early May) volunteers are needed to help plant tree seedlings in the Severn Sound watershed.
Barrie Good Food Box
Purpose: 
To assist Barrie Good Food Box Pack Day Leader, Barrie Good Food Box Steering Committee  
and/or BGFB Volunteers with administrative tasks to support the Barrie Good Food Box. 
Authority: 
The Admin Coordinator has the authority to complete all admin tasks as assigned under responsibilities. The Admin Coordinator answers to the Barrie Good Food Box Steering committee.  
Responsibilities: 
• Maintain an ordering and pick-up process for purchasers Work with the Barrie Good Food Box Steering Committee to ensure consistent policies, processes and strategies across volunteer and member activities. 
• Maintain website, email, phone, social media and Google Drive 
• Check order sites to ensure accurate GFB schedules, flyers and order forms. Replace as needed. 
• Pick up cash orders from order sites on the Thursday morning before the pack 
• Download online orders from website and compile order list 
• Order produce from supplier 
• Email box contents list and order list to Pack Day lead. Double check order list for inputting errors before sending to Pack Day Leader 
• Send email reminder to purchasers on the Monday before the pack 
• Email newsletter to purchasers on pack day (or arrange to have it printed for pack day) 
• Send out quality survey on the Monday after the pack 
• Contact the BGFB Steering Committee if you are unable to complete tasks due to unforeseen circumstances  
• Ensure the confidentiality to the best of her/his ability of all information and the rights of privacy of all purchasers, volunteers and steering committee members 
• Some duties may be delegated to other volunteers in coordination with the Treasurer and/or Pack Day Leader 
Additional Duties: 
• Update GFB data in online community databases as required including on 211 (which is an affiliate of NSMhealthline) and Community Reach 
• Check GFB phone for messages once a week and daily the week before pack day 
• Pass on messages to Pack Day Leader regarding volunteering, food box feedback and other Good Food Box consumers’ concerns 
• Promote the Good Food Box through assisting with updating promotional materials and promotion of GFB internally and in the community 
• Communicate with order sites through email, phone calls and visits to sites 
• Communicate and link with community agencies and organizations as relevant to achieving program outcomes for the Barrie Good Food Box 
• Promotes the addition of more order sites and/or pack sites 
• Work with any additional staff who are hired from grant money
Barrie Good Food Box
Work from home, drive to order sites and pickup sites
Purpose: 
To run the pack day, organize volunteers and oversee the pickup of the Barrie Good Food Box 
Authority: 
The Pack Day Leader has complete authority and decision-making powers on the day of the pack. The Pack Day Leader answers to the Barrie Good Food Box Steering committee.  
Responsibilities:  
● Recruit and coordinate volunteers  
● Ensure there are two volunteers at each pick-up site 
● Ensure there is one community group and a few volunteers for the pack 
● Coordinate a food demo for pack day 
● Connect with the Admin Coordinator to obtain the order list for each month 
● Print the order list for each pickup site 
● Pack day: Set up the packing space with volunteers  
o Work with Admin Coordinator to follow the attached Coordinator Process document 
o Ensure any program changes are reflected in the Coordinator Process document 
● Coordinate volunteers to unload produce, set up packing assembly line, pack boxes and place bags/boxes in designated areas for each pickup site 
● Assist volunteers with cleanup after packing and to setup for pickup and food demo 
● Ensure that pickup process flows smoothly: phone calls are made midafternoon to purchasers who have not picked up boxes, phone/email/Facebook messages are checked and assist purchasers to take produce to their vehicles or to bus stop if needed 
● Ensure that volunteers clean up at end of day, including stacking of boxes in storage area, organizing of leftover produce for pickup by designated organization 
● Related duties as required
Severn Sound Environmental Association
Various Locations
Groups participate in a marking event to highlight storm drains with yellow fish and distribute brochures to inform residents that anything that goes into the storm sewer system goes directly into local waterways. The Severn Sound Environmental Association has Yellow Fish Road(TM) marking kits available on loan.
Georgian Village, Georgian Manor
One on one visiting with residents, supporting and/or facilitating group activities, reading or playing games with residents, meal assistance
Gibson Centre for Community, Arts & Culture (The)
The Gibson Centre
The Gibson Centre is looking for dedicated volunteers to help out in the Cafe a couple of hours a week. Our cafe is open from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm ever Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Midhurst Tennis Club
Essential Functions: 
• Will assist the staff Library Technician in operation of the library; 
• Main responsibilities will include processing donated and purchased books; 
• Will apply appropriate labels/bar codes to each book and cover these with tape; 
• Will reinforce book spines as needed with tape and stamp books as needed; 
• Will shelve books, locate and pull books as needed for processing; 
• Will assist with displays or signage in the library and other promotional activities; 
• Will check books for missing pages or extraneous materials; 
• Note: this position may not be suitable for individuals with allergies to dust, mould or mildew.
Ontario. Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Penetanguishene, Central North Correctional Centre
Essential Functions: 
1. Provide reading, writing and numeracy enhancement skills; 
2. Meet punctually with learner; 
3. Maintain confidentiality at all times; 
4. Provide encouragement and support, helping the learner to develop a positive self-image and an enthusiasm for learning; 
5. Set goals with the learner and frequently evaluate progress towards them; 
6. Prepare lessons (off-site) to meet the individual need and interests of the learner; 
7. Inform Coordinator of Volunteer Services at the institution if any problems arise with the match, such as personality conflicts or absenteeism; 
8. Keep accurate records of hours tutored and student progress; 
9. Notify the Coordinator of Volunteer Services if there is going to be a lapse in tutoring; 
10. Prepare, adapt and provide literacy/essential skills lessons; 
11. Review and evaluate completed lessons; 
12. Complete appropriate paperwork as necessary for attendance records and photocopying of lesson material as needed; 
13. Keep yourself up-to-date on literacy issues; 
14. Adhere to Ministry guidelines and rules of conduct.
Osteoporosis Canada, Simcoe Muskoka - Mailing Address, Simcoe Muskoka Chapter
in North Simcoe area
Help at information tables at health fairs, community festivals and events. Conduct education sessions on Fracture prevention.
Simcoe Contemporary Dancers, No Physical Address
Lampman Lane Park
Direct the audience, hand out programs and surveys, collect money.