Opportunity needs you.
WoodGreen runs an annual Income Tax Clinic, in collaboration with the Canada Revenue Agency, between March-June for low income individuals who need assistance completing their personal income tax return.
We need over 150 volunteers to make this program a success!
Opportunities beginning in March 2017
This year, we are looking for reliable volunteers to help with booking client's appointments (both live calls and returning phone messages), maintaining our database of appointments on a daily basis, and to assist the clinic by overseeing the flow of the lobby and client sign-in during their scheduled appointment times.
Please see the position description for all the details
Weekdays from 11am to 1pm
Can you spare just 2 hours a week to help your hungry neighbours? WoodGreen Meals On Wheels desperately needs volunteer Drivers and Runners to deliver hot and nutritious meals to homebound seniors and people with disabilities living right in your community. Make a tremendous difference in their lives and be a major part of dozens of lives of those who need our help on a daily basis. Be a very valued member of our MOW volunteer team, help us put a smile on a lonely senior’s face, one at a time by keeping those meals rolling!
Going to the doctor can be a daunting when you’re elderly and have mobility challenges. It can also be a bit scary or worrying too. As a Medical Escort, you’ll provide a valuable service by accompanying seniors from their home to their medical appointments, ensuring their safety while out to the appointment and going back home.
Volunteers should be willing to commit in the daytime and be flexible with scheduling and locations. Some seniors may have varying disabilities; training and transportation costs will be provided to volunteers.
This program matches newcomers with volunteers who are familiar with Canadian culture, values, workplaces, and everyday life. Professional Mentorship is a key segment of this program where a newcomer is matched with an experienced Canadian professional from the same field with the goal of assisting the newcomer overcomes several of the perceived barriers, within an encouraging and supportive environment.
For more information on these volunteering opportunities, please use the contact information in the posting, or get in touch with Paul Miller at 416-645-6000, ext. 1440 / e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in volunteering at WoodGreen and we look forward to hearing from you!
Opportunity needs you!