Our seniors have life experiences and stories in their memory bank that are worth preserving for generations to come. VON will provide storytelling volunteers with a set of questions. They meet with a client once a week for eight to ten weeks asking questions and recording the answers. They will then compile the questions and answers into a binder to present to the client. Resources and training are provided.
Family Counselling Centre is in need of volunteers to join their Kids on the Block Program. Learn to puppeteer and present skits that provide youth in Sarnia with lessons on inclusion, prevention, and safety. No experience necessary. Join the fun today!
Volunteers needed for Juke Box Challenge held each March. We need outgoing, proactive and organized volunteers to join our committee, help plan & work on the night of the event. Don’t want a long term commitment? That’s okay because we need many “night of” volunteers. If this interests you, please give us a call or send us an email. There may also be other times of the year when you could help. Let’s talk and explore possibilities.
Handyman – Volunteers assist with various Handyman projects. While helpful, you do not have to have prior DIY, construction, or handyman experience.
Build – Crew Leaders; Skilled Trades; General Labour; First Aid; Site Host & Food Service; Kitchen Deconstruct Crew
ReStore – Cash & Customer Service; Inventory & Pricing; Workshop Repairs; Display & Merchandise Care
Lambton County Connects (LCC) is a phone based program for individuals in Lambton County. The programs will be facilitated by staff, volunteers, and guest speakers. We are currently looking for volunteers to assist our staff by facilitating phone programs. Each phone program will be 30 minutes, and all programs will run from Monday-Friday, between 10 am- 3 pm.
Tasks will include: facilitating programs over the phone to a group of 8-10 individuals, assisting with creating program content, checking program email, and communicating with members and LCC staff.
If you are passionate about providing program opportunities to individuals, have great communication skills, and enjoy program planning, please contact us today!
Contact Lee Ann Woollings at:
Office: 519-882-1470 ext. 5007 or 1-800-565-3890 ext. 5007
A community Friend is a volunteer who provides support to children and adults. Each child or adult is paired with a volunteer who shares the same interests. Parent/caregiver receive a short break while their son/daughter enjoys a community based activity with the volunteer.
The MS Society is currently recruiting volunteers to help out with the 2020 events!
Have fun, meet some new people and make a difference in the lives of those living with MS!
Mandarin MS Walk – April 26
Carnation Campaign – May 8-9
Please contact Melissa McLeod for more information.
1-888-510-7777 ext. 3306