• Grocery Bus volunteer
      • Available from 9am-1pm every other Wednesday
      • Assist seniors on and off bus and escort through grocery store assisting with shopping
    • Volunteer Driver
      • Schedule flexible  (all daytime volunteering)
      • Must have your own vehicle
      • Volunteers are reimbursed for mileage
      • Pick-up and drop-off clients to and from medical appointments
    • Friendly Visitor
      • Schedule flexible, to be arranged between volunteer and client
      • Visiting seniors and adults with physical disabilities in their home
    • Senior Exercise Instructor
      • Must commit to regular class schedule
      • Training provided
      • Leading or assisting to lead various fitness level classes for seniors
    • 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
    • Friendly Grocer
      • 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
    • 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 or email jessica-rael@seochc.on.ca