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Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton
We are a grassroots advocacy organization that believes in mobilizing everyday people to use their voices to generate the political will to end extreme poverty. We combine the voices of our volunteers with strategic areas of focus to leverage resources for programs and improved policies that give people living in poverty the health, education and opportunity they need to thrive. Whether it’s writing letters to the editor (LTEs), using social media or engaging with parliamentarians, our passionate volunteers positively impact people living in low-and middle income countries.  
If you’re ready to learn about advocacy and committed to taking action every month, join us!  
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Central West Specialized Developmental Services, Oakville - Main Office, Developmental Services
53 Bond Street, Oakville
The role of the Board of Directors is to govern and oversee the affairs of CWSDS. Board in-person (currently virtual during the pandemic) meetings are held monthly (with the exception of July & August) in Oakville with teleconferences as required. Board Directors are required to attend all board meetings and must sit on at least one board committee. 
As a leader, you seek to volunteer with an organization committed to enhancing the lives of persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.  
The primary role of the Board of Directors is to govern CWSDS according to the corporation’s Letters Patent, By-Laws and policies. In so doing, 
• We are responsible for hiring and overseeing the performance of the Chief Executive Officer. 
• We, in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer and senior management, establish strategic directions and set risk strategy policies for the organization. 
• We provide operational oversight for the senior management team and ensure that CWSDS has a continuous quality improvement strategy and plan. 
In coming to the Board’s decisions, Board Members are expected to participate openly and vigorously in Board discussions so that the Board can make the best, most informed decisions and choices. Individual Board Members carry many duties and responsibilities in this process, including: 
• Duty of Knowledge  
• Duty of Diligence  
• Duty of Care  
• Fiduciary Duty  
• Duty of Skill & Prudence  
• Duty of Trusteeship 
With the combination of your personal interest, experience, and commitment to the sector and your professional expertise, you can help lead CWSDS.