We are currently seeking volunteers to help with in-person and virtual programs, fundraisers and events, and admin and governance work.
- Public relations
- Welcoming / information
- Editing / writing / layout
The Empathy Squad is a virtual program that equips volunteers with skills in audio storytelling and podcasting. Our program is open to applicants from all over Canada, aged 18-30 years, as we are funded by the Canada Service Corps.
We are looking for someone who is knowledgeable about websites and could help us with ours. We are looking to update pictures and information on it but need someone to show us how.
We are looking for a person skilled in doing photography and videos on their smartphone. We are doing “tabling events” in the Moncton area, starting in July where we wish to document our event, including photos and brief videos of participants to this information/awareness activity
We are currently looking for volunteers to help us on our Board of Directors, with our Artefact Collection, Assist with our fundraising functions, and assist with our seasonal (May to September) weekly Farmers Market.
As a Kidney Walk Committee Member, you’ll be working closely with a team of volunteers to plan and promote your local Kidney Walk. Your efforts in connecting and engaging your community will have an impact on raising awareness and supporting those living with kidney disease
Guide touristique | Comité de sauvegarde de l’Église historique de Barachois (ÉHB)
Nous recherchons des bénévoles qui aimeraient être guides touristiques en juin et/ou en septembre. Le travail de guide consiste à accueillir le public, présenter les différentes expositions en montre dans l’édifice, répondre aux questions des visiteurs, etc. Les horaires de bénévolat sont flexibles. Ce poste plairait à des personnes qui s’intéressent à l’histoire acadienne, à la culture et aux arts, et à l’architecture.
Connection NB aims to connect community-dwelling older adults in need of support with local services, groups and communities based on identified needs and personal goals. The Community Connector Volunteer is a passionate and enthusiastic individual with a desire to support older adults in the community. The Community Connector Volunteer will work to identify the unique needs of their paired participant, and work with them to connect with assets in the community.
Welcome visitors, school groups and authors, take care of the ticketing and visitor accounts at the entrance of the Salon and the various literary activities, answer questions and other tasks as required.
Let’s put the FUN in FUNdraising! We are looking for 4 people to help the Coalition with fun ideas to raise money, preferably through social media or other online platforms. If you are a student looking to fill some volunteer hours, this is a fun way to do it! Preferably, you are passionate about the plight of people with disabilities and want to join a dynamic group that is growing by leaps and bounds! Are you the type to go above and beyond? We write recommendation letters!
We are looking for an experienced grant writer to help us prepare and write applications to foundations for grants.
Become a friend of MR21! The Monument of Recognition of the 21st century is a new interpretation centre with the Notre-Dame de l’Assomption cathedral in Moncton.
If you’d like a volunteer opportunity that offers a flexible schedule and involves participating in community events with a focus on recruiting new donors and promoting upcoming clinics, an community engagement might be right for you. Community engagement is a great chance to meet people by working with different groups and raising awareness of the importance of donating blood.
We are now recruiting volunteer Crisis Responders who will answer texts from young people looking for support. The volunteer position will be remote, meaning that you can participate from anywhere in Canada as long you have a strong, reliable internet connection!
Looking for a volunteer with experience in graphic design and ability to complete layout of the Annual Report. Content and photos will be provided. Can work remotely.
Volunteer to help us with our weekly bingo
Raise public awareness about our Walk or Run to Quit, a program that supports increased physical activity and smoking cessation: two key factors in preventing cancer. By actively promoting the Walk or Run to Quit program, you will also be increasing the profile of the Canadian Cancer Society’s programs and services in the community.
Helping with drop-in activities (or special events like our annual Halloween Party or Loud & Proud Dance Party) and offering support to LGBTQ youth.
This is the perfect position for a people person. This is for those who like interacting with customers and have an eye for organization of merchandise. With this position, volunteers are working under the supervision of the ReStore manager and is suitable for a person that likes to take charge and can work independently.