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Very Useful Theatre Company (The), Mailing Address, Newmarket Festival of One-Act Plays
Old Town Hall
We are looking for volunteers to help out back stage anyone one of the nights to act as stage hands to place the scenery from backstage on and off the stage. We are also looking for a stage manager someone who would be on a head set communication with the tech booth to pass on instructions to the stage hands and actors.  
Training will be provided. High school students will receive community service hours for volunteering.
Canadian Mental Health Association, York Region and South Simcoe, Vaughan Office, Mental Health support
 Prepare documents for scanning (sort & collate documents, data entry on scanner) 
 Scan documents using digital scanning equipment 
 Review / save digital file and store original documents as completed 
 Photocopying 
 Adhere to CMHA’s written volunteer policies and procedures 
 Maintain confidentiality with respect to documentation / information about clients, family members and others 
 Inform supervisor of issues that might interfere with document scanning 
 Inform supervisor of issues that might interfere with volunteer placement or performance of volunteer role 
 Bring questions to supervisor as they arise 
 Be aware of health and safety procedures 
Note: I will respond to emails received during weekdays within 2 business days. Please note that emails that are received after business hours (4:30pm) or on the weekend will not be answered until the following weekdays.
YOUTH MENTORING CHILDREN AND HELPING THE COMMUNITY   Aurora  East Gwillimbury  Georgina  King Township  Markham  Newmarket  Richmond Hill  Vaughan  Whitchurch Stouffville  York Region 
The Peer Project / Youth Assisting Youth York Region, The Peer Project Toronto Office, Community-based Peer Mentoring Program
close to home
Join our amazing team of mentors for a rewarding opportunity to build your resume and positively impact a young person's life!  
The goal of The Peer Project:Youth mentors help at-risk and newcomer children and youth find their way. As a mentor you will offer support and guidance to a younger youth in your community. It only takes 3 hours a week– the time it takes to watch a hockey game, go to a movie, or play some video games. 
How does it work? 
We pair you with a child (aged 6 to 15) based on common interests, background and where you live. From there, the mentoring begins, with ongoing support from us. 
You will share experiences, skills, and hobbies and inspire a younger youth to stay on the right track. 
You can volunteer on your schedule (3 hours per week) and close to home. 
And it works. 98% of the kids we work with stay in school and out of trouble with the law.  
"The Peer Project gave me the chance to instill positive self-worth in a child… and gain a very dear friend.” – Krishana, Mentor 
What’s in it for you? 
In a tough job market, being a mentor to an at-risk kid shows community leadership, an attribute that all employers love. 
You’ll make a real difference that counts in the life of a child 
You get to do fun stuff for FREE, like attending professional sporting events such as Raptors or Jays games; our annual 3 day Summer Camp up North; and other cool field trips such as Canada’s Wonderland and much more.
Heart and Stroke Canada, York Region Office, Provides public education and funding for research
Administratively: provide customer service, general office and computer support 
 Data entry 
 Setting up appointments 
 Telephone confirmations 
 Preparing information kits 
 Customer service reception 
 Receipt management 
Event Based Fundraising: Work with others in creating successful fundraising events.  
 Logistics planning  
 Promotion  
Corporate sponsorship and/or prizes 
Event day roles include: 
 Registration desk 
 Prize distribution 
 Photography 
 Staffing information booth 
 Event set up and tear down 
 Event host
Volunteers   East Gwillimbury  York Region 
East Gwillimbury Public Library, Giant Used Book Sale
Holland Landing Community Centre, 19513 Yonge Street
Earn community service hours -- Student volunteers are sought for set up and tear down, lifting required * Volunteers must provide a phone number, email address optional
Housing Help Centre, The Housing Help Centre - Scarborough, The Housing Help Centre
2500 Lawrence Avenue East Unit 205 Scarborough, Ontario M1P 2R7
The Housing Help Centre (THHC) is seeking 2 volunteers for our Board of Directors for an initial one-year term. 
THHC has been a housing help centre and social services provider for residents of Scarborough and Toronto since 2000 and currently also serves residents of the York Region. THHC helps residents to understand their housing options, remove barriers to housing such as income, employment, immigration status, health & family crisis, and access affordable rental units throughout Scarborough and the York Region. We provides a range of programs and services designed to meet the diverse and changing needs of tenants and landlords throughout Scarborough and York Region. 
THHC provides settlement services to newcomers to Canada and helps them integrate into their new home through orientation, information and support services. THHC received the “Newcomer Services’ Award” from the Province of Ontario in 2012 for its innovative services to newcomers. 
Members of THHC’s Board of Directors are expected to support the mandate and values of the organization. Board members devote approximately 3-5 hours a month on Board meetings and participation in one Board Committee. The Board usually holds at least one Saturday planning retreat each year. 
We are seeking Board Members knowledgeable about housing issues in Scarborough and the York Region. We are seeking candidates who complete the diverse skills and qualifications of our current Board members, and our focus this year includes: 
 Candidates living in York Region 
 Candidates knowledge about the Farsi-speaking community 
 Candidates with accounting backgrounds and financial training 
 Candidates with special knowledge of rental housing, urban planning, real estate, or property management. 
 Candidates with previous non-profit Board experience 
Applicants will be invited to a tour of our centre and information session in early September. Some applicants will be interviewed one-on-one. Successful candidates will be elected to our Board at our Annual General Meeting later in September. 
For more information on THHC, please visit (website is being updated) 
Please contact us with your contact information and some information about yourself at by August 31st.  
Thank you!
French Conversation Helper   Markham  Richmond Hill  Vaughan  York Region 
Welcome Centre Immigrant Services, Welcome Centre North Markham, Markham North Welcome Centre
Welcome Centre Immigrant Services Markham North and Richmond Hill locations
The French Conversation Helper will support the French teacher in a weekly after-school French program to students in grades 6-12, plan and lead games in French, and report to the Youth Settlement Worker about students' overall progress in class. 
Program takes place at Welcome Centre Immigrant Services Markham North (8400 Woodbine Ave, Suite 102-103, Markham) and Richmond Hill (9325 Yonge Street, Unit 31A, Richmond Hill).
Lions Club Member   Newmarket  York Region 
North Newmarket Lions Club, Newmarket - Optimist Hall - Forhan Drive, Community service club
56 Forhan Drive Newmarket (1 block east of Leslie, south off Davis) Upstairs - The Optimists Hall
Volunteering is the back bone of our community here in Newmarket. If you are interested in helping others, solving community issues, helping people in need and meeting new people, having fun and making an impact at home and around the world, the North Newmarket Lions Club is the organization for you! 
Club members use their time and talents to provide hands on assistance, to enhance the lives of those in need in our community. This organization is for men and women alike. Our club has many lady members who are already Lions. You can also join with your spouse or life partner and receive a discount on the membership fees. 
If you would like to pursue a leadership role, or would just like to lend a helping hand, Lions membership offers extensive opportunities for the kind of volunteer experience you desire. You'll feel good when you go to sleep at night. 
You have many opportunities to work on projects that interest you and to undertake the leadership roles of your choice. We are always looking for good leaders! 
What are your skills that can help the Lions club do a more comprehensive job for those in need?  
Call or email me directly and I will invite you to our free Wednesday dinner meeting, to see what Lions is all about. 
I look forward to seeing you soon. 
Thank you for caring about the community you live in.
Shelter Volunteers   Newmarket  York Region 
Inn From the Cold, Shelter - 510 Penrose, Homeless Shelter
Volunteers assist staff in the delivery of the shelter programs
Canadian Cancer Society, Newmarket - Holland River Community Office, Cancer Support
If you are reliable, comfortable speaking in public, able to network and work with a variety of people in our communities please call us. You will work with the Committee to maximize event promotions, brand recognition and media coverage of the event. If you have excellent verbal and written communication skills, experience dealing with media and/or developing promotional resources you will be a definite asset to our team.


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