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We are governed by a Policy Board made up of a maximum of 11 volunteers, a mixture of parents and community members. Our board meets approximately 11 times per year (once per month, usually the 3rd Wednesday), in the evening. In addition to the board meetings, all board members have the opportunity to participate on one or more committees, which meet every 2 to 4 months. The average time commitment for our board members is about 3 to 4 hours per month. Each Board Member commits to a two year term, during which they are to attend all Board meetings, vote on issues, sit on committees and form the governance direction of the organization.
We are currently accepting applications from interested and committed community members for the position of general Board Member.
If you are self-directed, currently reside in Halton, and are interested in giving back to your community, we would love to hear from you. We are a group of like-minded people who can have fun while still recognizing the important task our child care centres must do.
Set up/Take down- tents, tables, chairs, signage
Clean up- garbage, recycling, water bottles
Raffle Table- ticket sales, monitor area
Registration Table- signing in, paperwork, jerseys
Miscellaneous- get supplies, direct traffic, etc.
Actual locations and dates will be confirmed in the middle of June. It would be best to choose your location and be flexible with the day of the week you can volunteer.
- Strong interest in the environment, community history or citizen action; We are looking for diverse members.
- Engage in discussion, planning, advising, brainstorming and assisting in developing bylaws and new structures as needed with our new Not-for-Profit status; and support of this year's projects as follows: and supporting the development of a documentary and a student level book about the citizen action in the 1970s and 1980s that led to Burlington being the first municipality in Canada to hire a contractor for an ongoing curbside recycling program.
Help with group or one on one
- Helping to brainstorm and plan weekly activities, the sky is the limit!
- Help us promote the activities via social media or by handing out flyers
- Volunteers are also expected to attend program and help execute the planned activities
- Volunteers also support with the set up and take down of activities
- Volunteers must be comfortable enough to help implement the programming they plan
- Volunteers are required to interact with the Youth during program hours
- Volunteers are required to communicate safety instructions to youth and communicate any inappropriate behaviours witnessed to staff team
- Board members must live or work in Halton.
- Preference will be given to candidates who have experience with one or more of the following:
• Community sector
• Communications, public affairs management, marketing
• Voluntary governance
• Chamber of Commerce
• Community outreach
• Social justice advocacy
• Lived experience/engagement with the disadvantaged
• Team Building
Deadline for submission: Friday, May 11, 2018 at 12 noon. Please email your resume to:
CDH Board of Directors
Duties include greeting customers, general office duties, taking donations, telephone reception, deliveries, computer work with data, counting money, receipt writing.
If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please send an up to date copy of your resume to Paulette Stapleford, Area Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Support with mobility on and off the bus and in the store as needed
-Friendly and attentive communication with clients
The yearly schedule operates bi-weekly, alternating between No Frills and Fortinos. Burlington and Hamilton locations available.
-Positive, friendly attitude
-Must be able to easily get on/off the bus
-Capability to lift client’s groceries