Fundraising Volunteer (Recycling Revisited)

(Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton)

Position ID: V-HVC0478 Last Full Update: 21 Oct 2019
Opportunity Details
CommentsRecycling Revisited is a registered not-for-profit organization. We are moving into our 7th year, in a phase of adapting to our new status. Our deep roots are in a huge citizen action in Burlington (Citizens' Committee for Pollution Control: 1970-1983). Our mission is to inspire people through a documentary, our archives and a book, to take action on today's environmental concerns. 
Our history goes back almost 50 years, when some of us were initiators of CCPC, pioneering citywide recycling in Canada. 
 
Our current activities are being planned and carried out in the perspective of the climate crisis
ContactRoberta McGregor, Co-Founder, President, Volunteer Coordinator, Recycling Revisited, Inc.; Phone: 905-318-9566; Email: rdqmcgregor@gmail.com
DutiesYou would also a member of our Development Committee, collaborating and assisting a Fundraising Subcommittee (being developed). The Committee meets twice a month on a Tuesday evening (6:30-7:30) in Aldershot, Burlington. Attending Committee meetings when possible will provide knowledge of our values, history, current activities, procedures, and weaknesses vs. strengths. We have had a poor record in fundraising and are committed to gaining skills and strategies. We would invite you from time to time to meet with the Board.
More Info Linkwww.recyclingrevisited.org
BenefitsBe part of a very positive, determined group with a unique history, which will continue educating and inspiring citizens of all ages. Being active within a re-developing organization will provide opportunities to contribute ideas, time and energy to the essential success of the new Fundraising Subcommittee. Creating a financial base will ensure our ability to continue our projects which are aimed at inspiring the public to take action on current environmental concerns.
ClientsMembers of the Board, the Development Committee, organizations and companies which are potential donors.
Ages20 year(s) and up
Suitable ForAdults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Post-secondary students ; Couples ; Families
Areas of InterestCommittees ; Fundraising / Canvassing ; Nature / Environment ; Office Administration
Skills/ExperienceAccounting & Finance - sufficient for fundraising processes ; Communication & Interpersonal Skills ; Confidentiality ; Creativity ; Customer Service ; Dependability & Trustworthiness ; Friendly & Outgoing ; General Computer Skills ; Listening Skills ; Marketing & PR ; Patience ; Planning & Organizing ; Positive / Cheerful Demeanor ; Research ; Self-Motivated / Work Independently ; Team Work ; Web & IT ; We prefer a volunteer in this position to have some positive experience in fundraising. We expect that the volunteer is comfortable with collaboration and teamwork.
Commitment LengthMedium Term (4 months to 1 year) ; Long Term ; The members of the Development Committee may also also be active in one or more subcommittees that are supportive of each other, as we all share in the same environmental and social goals.
Interaction LevelSolitary ; One-on-one ; Small Group ; Our organization is experimenting with a collaboration pattern, in which every member of the Board, Development Committee or subcommittees has one or more collaborators. Ideally no one holds a position or role alone.
Minimum Hours1 / Week
Dates and TimesTuesday: Evening (6:30 - 7:30 p.m.) 
 
Meetings are every second Tuesday. In the summer we meet "as needed", understanding that individual members will be engaged in summer activities or travel.
SeasonsYear Round
AccessibilityWheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door - The office is at sidewalk level for entrance. The washroom has a wide door. Assistance is available ; Our biweekly meetings are held at an office (376 Plains Rd. E. Burlington), with permission of Kay Fisher, a member whose business office it is. Meetings and bathroom access are on the ground floor. The bathroom door is wide and there is room for a wheelchair.
Location376 Plains Rd. E. - L7T 1N8. South side: "Kay Fisher Realty" in red letters over the door.
Number of PositionsBurlington: 4 individual(s) 
 
4 individual(s) needed in total. 
 
The Plains Rd. location for Burlington/ Hamilton members can be reached by public transit (Burlington Transit buses number 1 between Hamilton King & James Streets and Burlington GO Centre.) Members from Oakville and beyond could use GO trains to Aldershot station and catch a bus or arrange a pickup. The address is on Plains Rd. (376 Plains Rd. East). Contact Roberta McGregor for directions.(rdqmcgregor@gmail.com or 905-318-9566.)
TrainingOrientation ; The orientation would include organizational values, history, current projects, methods of operation, current challenges and hopes for the future. 
Volunteers will work within the structure of the organization (excellent support from the larger Development Committee).
TransportationNear public transit ; We have a one-hour meeting. Members should plan their transportation with heavy traffic patterns in mind for a reasonable arrival time.
Police CheckNot Required
Additional RequirementsWe prefer a Volunteer with some related experience.
Start DateOn or after 18 May 2019
Agency Details
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Organization NameCommunity Development Halton, Volunteer Halton
Office Phone905-632-1975
Toll Free Phone1-855-395-8807
E-Mailvolunteer@cdhalton.ca
Websitewww.volunteerhalton.ca
Address & Map
3350 South Service Rd
Burlington, ON L7N 3M6
 
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