Adopt A Driveway
Provide a valuable service for those who have a hard time shoveling snow. Volunteer to shovel a driveway and walkway for the winter season. This opportunity is for those who live in the City of Sarnia and Bright’s Grove. Also this would be appropriate for those in high-school.
Administrative Office Support Volunteer
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.
Lambton Elderly Outreach is currently looking for people to aid in their fundraising efforts through Bingo.
Volunteering for BINGO is so easy! Gone are the days of being a ‘runner’ because everything is done electronically so that all that is involved is clearing tables and promoting LEO. A short 30-minute training session is required and 2 hours of your time (hours are flexible) which provides the organization with BINGO shares. It’s a fantastic fundraiser!
Bingo sessions occur two (2), to three (3) times a month for two (2) hours slots.
No handling of cash is required.
Dress code is in effect as per OLG, and OCGA regulations. Black pants and we will provide a golf shirt.
Come out and chat with the players and enjoy time with the other volunteer at the session.
Transport clients to medical appointments, social engagements, and to do shopping/errands. A mileage reimbursement is offered.
As a volunteer in this program you will be providing a needed service and assistance to clients that otherwise would not likely get out. You will have conversation and a feeling of giving back.
Volunteers use their personal vehicle to transport clients, and are reimbursed: mileage is calculated as a return trip from the client’s home to their destination and back.
- Valid ‘G’ license held for minimum of 2 years
- Clean driving record, driver’s abstract required
- Satisfactory criminal record check
Peer Social Club
Peer Social Club
Our services allow for clients to remain living at home, but The PEER Program is designed to get them out of the house!
This program is designed BY those 60 and over FOR those over 60 and adults with disabilities. It is intended to focus on engaging clients who want to connect with one another to share common experiences within the community and enjoy meaningful and social or volunteer opportunities together.
Imagine having a theme party, yes you are young enough to enjoy going to space, or crawling through the darkest cave and see the living creatures up close. Well some imagination required. But the Peer program is just that, participants use their imagination to decide what activity to do in the following months. Would you enjoy a euchre tournament, or have some music and games. The possibilities are endless.
If helping at such an event is something you may enjoy, we are offering opportunities throughout the county at different locations and times. I hope to meet you there.
Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
Meals on Wheels
This program is an Essential Service and is actively delivering both hot and cold meals throughout Lambton County.
Deliver meals and spend a few minutes providing a safety check to clients in the Meals on Wheels program.
Hot Meals: delivered throughout the county. Meals consist of a soup, entrée and dessert, and are delivered 2 to 3 times per week by volunteers. Each town has different pick-up locations and procedures to follow. If you are volunteering for this program you will job shadow with an experienced volunteer. Volunteers are encouraged to visit for a few minutes as a safety check and to inform the Program Coordinator of any health status changes. There is a honorarium for performing this service using your vehicle.
Frozen Meal Program: Meals are ordered and delivered every 2 weeks throughout Lambton County. Orders may consist of soups, entrées, and desserts. There are currently four delivery routes for the Frozen Meal Program throughout the county. Volunteers are able to use one of the minivans from Lambton Elderly Outreach to deliver these meals. Meals are prepared by Apetito and are picked up by volunteers to deliver from the office. Thermal bags are used to keep the meals cold during the delivery. Volunteers are encouraged to visit for a few minutes from the client’s door to provide a safety check and note any health status changes.
Pay a friendly visit to a client in his or her home, or by phone. This service is mainly geared to isolated clients.
Make new friends!
Be there to talk, listen, participate in activities, and provide companionship to someone in your community who may not be able to get out to socialize.
Volunteers provide friendly visits to seniors or disabled adults who may be isolated and/or who are lonely. Volunteers are matched based on interest, availability and location.
The volunteer and client will set up their own schedule for visit days and times. The volunteer is required to report any client concerns to the program coordinator.
Diners Club (60+ Luncheon)
Attend one of our Diners Club luncheons to help serve our clients a nutritious meal.
Our Diners Clubs are offered in Corunna and looking to expand.
Offers a hot meal at a minimal cost, and an opportunity for socializing with others. A guest speaker or entertainer follows the meal.
Volunteers assist with setting up tables, serving the meal, and clean up. They are encouraged to join the clients at lunch (complimentary).
Forever Fit: Exercise Classes for older adults
Instruct a fitness class for older adults. We will send you to training at the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging in London where you will learn Senior Fitness instruction.
Lambton Elderly Outreach offers a one hour low impact exercise class for those 60+ based on the design by the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging (CCAA)
All volunteers go through a training program through a certified trainer from the CCAA.
Classes are offered in various towns throughout Lambton County based on instructor availability. Classes run from one to three times per week. The volunteer coordinator assists with the administration of the program, including obtaining space for the program to be held, and ensuring equipment is kept up to date.