Volunteering in Sarnia-Lambton

VOLUNTEERING: A Great Way To Grow

Volunteer Crisis Responders Needed

Victim Services of Sarnia Lambton is a non-profit organization that provides immediate emotional and practical support to victims of crime or tragic circumstance. Crisis Responders are needed for weekdays, weeknights, and weekends. Training is provided. Please visit www.victimservices.on.ca to fill out the online application.

Administrative Office Support Volunteer

Due to COVID-19 Restrictions, this program is limited for opportunities until further notice.

Administrative Office Support volunteers needed to assist with a variety of administrative tasks.  

Assist our clientele by answering phones and directing calls to the appropriate department.  Filing, copying, stuffing envelopes, data entry and various duties as needed.  Some roles require intermediate computer skills, while others require good organizational skills and being detail-oriented.  Tasks are variable based on deadlines.

 

Storytelling Volunteer

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.

Telephone Support Volunteer

Volunteers are needed to ensure that seniors continue to receive their check-in calls through the Tel-Check program.

Volunteers are also needed to ensure that when people reach out to the Distress Line, their call will be answered.

For over 40 years volunteers have been providing telephone support to isolated seniors and individuals struggling with day to day life challenges in Sarnia Lambton.
If you are a good listener and care to speak with individuals who need support and to feel connected, call Donna at Family Counselling Centre 519-336-0120
Funded by the United Way

Distress Line Volunteer

 

Volunteers are needed to ensure that when people reach out to the Distress Line, their call will be answered.  Contact Donna at the Family Counselling Centre 519-336-0120 #251 to register.

Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer experience? Want to support individuals in our community, gain valuable training and experience, and be a part of an amazing team? Are you a good listener?

For over 40 years volunteers have been providing telephone support to isolated seniors and individuals struggling with day to day life challenges in Sarnia Lambton.

Funded by the United Way.

 

CALL SENIORS

Volunteers are needed to ensure that seniors continue to receive their check-in calls through the Tel-Check program. Contact Donna at the Family Counselling Centre 519-336-0120 #251 for information.

Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer experience? Want to support individuals in our community, gain valuable training and experience, and be part of an amazing team? Are you a good listener?

For over 40 years volunteers have been providing telephone support to isolated seniors and individuals struggling with day to day life challenges in Sarnia Lambton.

 

MS Society Council Member

Research, Programs & Services Committee

For more information, please contact Wendi Anderson at wendi.anderson@mssociety.ca or 519-332-4015

MS Society Council Member

Government Relations & Advocacy Committee/Lead

For more information, please contact Penny Burton at penny.burton@mssociety.ca or 519-221-0846

 

 

Fundraising Committee Volunteers

Be a leader in your community by helping plan and execute local fundraising events for the MS Society of Canada.

Committee members help to plan, recruit volunteers, find sponsors, plan and execute the logistical elements of local fundraising events including Mandarin MS Walk, MS Carnation Campaign and more!

We are looking for people with experience in, or looking to enhance their skills in areas including:

Public Relations

Logistics

Sponsorship

Volunteer Recruitment

If you are interested, please contact Melissa McLeod, Coordinator Fund Development at melissa.mcleod@mssociety.ca with your resume, area of interest, event of interest and how you think you can help the MS Society enhance the lives of those living with multiple sclerosis through fundraising.

Technology Savvy Volunteer

Fairwinds Lodge is looking for a volunteer who is familiar with various forms of technology such as cellphones, I-pads, computers and is interested in assisting seniors in our community with learning about these devices. Volunteers would be responsible for meeting one on one with residents to help answer their questions regarding their technological devices. Volunteers must be comfortable working with little supervision and communicating with seniors.