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Let's talk Health - Virtual Volunteer   Burlington  Halton Hills  Hamilton (City of)  Milton  Oakville 
Our Kids Network, Halton Youth Initiative
- Participate in a 1 hour virtual event  
- Actively discuss wellness during the discussion section 
- Fill in a form/survey that will be used to create an infographic and to impact conversations with youth mental health service providers in our Region
BurlingtonGreen Environmental Association
Various locations in Burlington.
Make an immediate positive difference for the planet locally! Join our Event Greening Team as a Waste Diversion Ambassador at Burlington festivals and events, such as Mini Kid Fest, VegFest, and more. 
 
You'll receive training and have the chance to educate hundreds of festival-goers about where to place their waste.  
 
Help raise community awareness, encourage proper waste diversion, and make sure as little as possible is sent to landfill from this event. Extensive hand sorting of waste is not required.  
 
*Eligible for high school volunteer hours. 
 
You can volunteer with family members or friends. Or even sign up with a larger group like members of a club, workplace team, faith community or sports team. Waste Diversion Ambassadors usually work in pairs. 
 
For dates and locations, see our sign up sheet at the more information link.
Peer Supporter Chapter Leader   Burlington  Halton Hills  Milton  Oakville 
Children's Mental Health Ontario
Scope of Responsibilities 
Chapter Leaders are responsible for establishing and providing peer support; sometimes this is done through monthly peer support groups or being available for one-to-one support. Chapter Leaders must have lived experience raising a child/youth with mental health challenges and have a solid understanding of local resources in the Child and Youth Mental Health Sector.  
Peer support is a form of self-care, being heard and seen by others who understand what it is like to be on your journey helps make the journey a bit easier.  
Direct Support 
● Flexible availability and use of methods in providing support for families  
● Knowledge of mental health supports and services within the community 
● Communicate issues or challenges with Family Partnership Program Manager as they arise 
● Communicate periodically with families through the peer support offered and/or through a distribution list (eg. email, newsletter, or mail) as necessary 
Chapter Development & Leadership 
● Attend mandatory training (no more than 10 hours per year) 
● Promote PCMH within the community to ensure it is a widely known resource to our target audience 
 
Administrative 
● Communicate with PCMH through email, phone, virtual and in-person meetings 
● Ensure chapter email and telephone line are checked at a minimum every 4 days  
● Attend monthly Town Halls and support resource creation by sharing your experiences and knowledge 
● Participate in training opportunities 
● Complete quarterly data surveys and respond to requests for information to better inform PCMH programming and support initiatives 
Core Competencies 
● Strong Facilitation Skills 
● Team-focused 
● Communication Skills 
● Planning & Organizing  
● Leadership 
● Ethics & Integrity 
● Compassion & Empathy 
● Knowledge of child and youth service systems and sectors, both locally and provincially or a willingness to learn more about this to be effective in your role
Crisis Line Volunteer   Burlington  Halton Hills  Milton  Oakville 
Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention Services of Halton
24 Hour Crisis Line Volunteer with a commitment of at least 6 hours per month (minimum of 1 - 4 hour shift per week). 
 
- Support survivors of sexual assault and violence (and their support people) on the SAVIS 24 hour crisis line using an anti- 
racist/anti-oppression feminist framework 
- Complete SAVIS crisis line training and evaluation  
- Agree to work a minimum of 16 hours per month on the crisis line  
- Must attend monthly volunteer meetings - 2 hours in length maximum - in addition to crisis line shift 
- Schedule shifts with Crisis Line Coordinator 
- Submit call logs after each shift
Links2Care, Oakville, Community Support Services
We are currently seeking Congregate Dining Assistant volunteers to serve food and beverages to a group of seniors to encourage nutrition, socialization, and enjoyment of the group activity. The role includes setting up tables, serving food and beverages to anywhere from 8-30 seniors at a time, clearing and cleaning the tables, washing the dishes and conversing with the seniors in a friendly manner.  
 
The Congregate Dining program takes place twice a month at several different buildings across Halton Hills on Wednesday evenings from 4:15pm-6:30pm and Thursday afternoons from 11:15am-1:30pm. The typical time commitment is 2-3 hours per shift.
Links2Care, Oakville, Community Support Services
We are currently seeking qualified candidates to join our Board of Directors. Board  
members share a keen interest in the well-being and successful performance of the Links2Care  
social service programs. To ensure diversity and representation, the successful candidates  
should reside in one of the communities served by Links2Care. If helping others and giving back  
to the community by serving on our volunteer Board resonates with you, then we would like to  
hear from you! 
 
Duties and Expectations of a Board member include: 
- Understand and support the principles of fiduciary responsibility of Board of Directors. 
- Participate in setting and monitoring L2C’s strategic directions and policies. 
- Attend all Board meetings (hybrid of in-person and online for 9 x 2 hours meetings per  
year in the evenings, usually on the fourth Wednesday of the month except in July, August  
and December); commit to membership on at least 1 Board committee; prepare well for  
meetings and discussions.