1. Grocery Bus volunteer
      1. Available from 9am-1pm every other Wednesday
      2. Assist seniors on and off bus and escort through grocery store assisting with shopping
    2. Volunteer Driver
      1. Schedule flexible  (all daytime volunteering)
      2. Must have your own vehicle
      3. Volunteers are reimbursed for mileage
      4. Pick-up and drop-off clients to and from medical appointments
    3. Friendly Visitor
      1. Schedule flexible, to be arranged between volunteer and client
      2. Visiting seniors and adults with physical disabilities in their home
    4. Senior Exercise Instructor
      1. Must commit to regular class schedule
      2. Training provided
      3. Leading or assisting to lead various fitness level classes for seniors
    5. Handy Helper –  To ensure that seniors and adults with physical disabilities live in a safe and well-maintained home environment by providing volunteers to do simple repairs and odd jobs:
      • Performs a variety of minor repairs and odd jobs both outside and inside the client’s home, as assigned by the Program Coordinator;
      • Fills in monthly statistics sheets and submits them to the Program Coordinator;
      • Debrief Program Coordinator as necessary;
      • Attends meetings/training as scheduled.
    6. Friendly Grocer
      1. Match volunteer with senior client or adult with physical disability in the community to assist client with grocery shopping. Flexible schedule. Volunteer and client to meet at store of client’s choosing in the community.
    7. Income Tax Preparation

      Prepare income tax returns for eligible clients in the community

      All supplies and basic training is provided

      Availability daytime, weekends and Wednesday evenings

      Tax preparation experience necessary

    If you are interested in any of these positions, would like to learn more about volunteering or to register for the next New Volunteer Orientation Session contact Jessica-Rae at 613-737-5115 ext. 2294