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Organization Position Location Description
LIVE Centre

CU Volunteer Crew

Join us for a week of volunteering at a local community organization. Participants will take part in an orientation session on Monday morning, volunteer in the afternoons during the week, and celebrate/debrief together (lunch provided!) on Friday.

Resilience Montreal -
Volunteers will help prepare and serve meals and organize and distribute clothing/hygiene products,

Santrapol Roulant -
Meal deliveries done by foot, by bike, by bus, and by car across various neighborhoods surrounding Mount-Royal. Meal deliveries are not only an essential service but are also an opportunity to break social isolation among client-members,

Saint-Antoine 50+ Community Centre -
Volunteers will help with tasks such as: creating promotional materials; researching potential outings for seniors; finding musicians willing to donate their talents during special events; making friendly calls to isolated seniors; supporting the meal program by cutting, peeling, packaging, and serving food; and cleaning/organizing the centres stock and inventory.

Welcome Hall Mission -
Working as a team, you will sort and prepare food donations that will be given out at the Welcome Hall Market. The Market is a food bank offering its clients a free grocery “shopping” experience that promotes dignity and autonomy. Welcome Hall Market provides up to 3,000 low-income Montrealers with food assistance each week.

Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM)

Teacher's Toolkit Lesson Plan Developer

Ville-Marie

Research existing sex education lesson plans geared toward elementary school students, adapt or create new sexual health lesson plans that respect Quebec’s sexual health curriculum objectives, share and promot lesson plans plans at teacher attended events (QPAT).

Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM)

Support Buddy

Ville-Marie

Liaise with the Buddy Program Coordinator to determine current member needs. Offer non-judgmental and non-discriminatory support to members and help out with various practical needs such as accompaniment during grocery shopping and errands, accessing information or services over the internet, preparing meals, light housekeeping, support on public transportation, accompaniments to medical appointments, and home and hospital visits

Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM)

Sexual Health Workshop Facilitator

Give presentations (HIV 101, Safer Sex, Healthy Relationships, etc.) through workshops and kiosks for schools and community groups, create, develop and update new workshop and kiosk games when needed and assemble safer sex kits and SextEd promo materials.

Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM)

SextEd Response Team Volunteer

SextEd is a program that provides sexual heath education by answering youth questions through text messaging. SextEd Response Team volunteers answer youth questions by researching and drafting comprehensive responses in a team. They also update and contribute to a database of saved text and online frequently asked questions.

SextEd volunteers have a flexible schedule based on their availability. Volunteers are expected to complete an orientation and devote 2-4 hours per week for at least 6 months. Majority of the shifts may be online due to COVID, but at times in-person shifts may be required.

Batshaw Youth and Family Services

Tutor

Help children with their homework

CIUSSS West-Central Montreal

Recreation Assistant

Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

Volunteers assist with recreational activities in a group or on a one to one basis that are held in our long-term care facilities: St. Andrew (NDG), St. Margaret (Westmount), Henri Bradet (NDG) and Father Dowd (CDN). Friendly visiting with the residents is also available.Volunteering on the week-ends or in the evening is also possible.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the West Island

Mentor

West Island

Mentor a child by being a Big Brother or Big Sister. The volunteer and child spend a few hours once a week doing an activity together that they both enjoy.
Please apply online on our website at: https://westisland.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/volunteer/

Collective Community Services

Little Learners Cooperative Preschool - Assistant Educator

Verdun

Volunteers assist primary program educator and interacts with children ages 2-5 years old in this cooperative preschool that runs Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9AM - 12:30PM. Duties may include signing, play, dancing, open gym, help with crafts, help with circle time, help with bathroom runs, and help with cleanup.

Little Learners is a cooperative early childhood education program focusing on school readiness skills of children 2-5 years old. Through child-focused learning experiences, children develop fine and gross motor skills, creativity, early numeracy and literacy skills as well as social skills.

Collective Community Services

Early Head Start Program Assistant

LaSalle

CCS is looking for volunteers in NDG and LaSalle to join us as a classroom assistant for the parent-child Early Head Start programs (playgroup). CCS-Early Head Start (EHS) is a program designed for young children between the ages of 0-5 and their parents. The program offers age-appropriate activities, based on the developmental needs of each child, with the goal of strengthening family relationships and preparing children for school. Early Head Start Program provides all participating families an opportunity to interact with other families which in return strengthens the community. Expect circle time, fun crafts, opportunities for free play, songs, and time to connect with other families!