Soccer Coach

by rcasoccer on March 17, 2023 Comments Off on Soccer Coach

Rosewood Community Association is looking for a soccer coach to lend their time once per week, teaching kids to have fun and the fundamentals of the game. We have 3 age groups looking for a soccer coach.
U5 – Monday or Tuesday evenings at 6pm
U7 – Wednesday or Thursday evenings at 6pm
U9 – Monday or Tuesday evenings at 6pm
The season runs from May 1 until June 29. There is a wrap up tournmanet on June 9-11 weekend.

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Parkinson Advisory Council Member

by on March 15, 2023 Comments Off on Parkinson Advisory Council Member

Parkinson Advisory Council Member

Volunteer Opportunity – Call for Applications

Parkinson Canada believes in a better life today for People Living with Parkinson’s, and a world without Parkinson’s tomorrow. Canada has some of the world’s highest rates, and it is growing quickly. People living with Parkinson’s are at the centre of everything we do at Parkinson Canada. We provide education and services, and we advocate with federal, provincial, and territorial governments on issues that matter to the Parkinson’s community in Canada. The Parkinson Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure.

People living with Parkinson’s count on us to be there at every step of their Parkinson’s journey. To learn more about us, please visit

The Opportunity

The volunteer Parkinson Advisory Council (PAC) contributes to furthering the Parkinson Canada mission by actively advising the CEO, to ensure the voices of people living with Parkinson’s, and those affected by Parkinson’s, are integrated throughout the organization. The PAC is a critical driver of putting people living with Parkinson’s at the centre of Parkinson Canada’s work. Currently, we have multiple membership openings for three-year terms on the PAC.

Parkinson Canada is committed to an environment that respects and promotes diversity, equity and inclusion for all volunteers, employees, supporters, clients, and all people living with and affected by Parkinson’s. We welcome applications from those who might not see themselves suitably reflected in current representations of those with Parkison’s including women, folks who identify as Black, Indigenous, or persons of colour, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+ persons, or those from other groups targeted for oppression.

Your Contribution

As a Member of the Parkinson Advisory Council, you bring your passion to make a difference for people affected by Parkinson’s. Your empathetic and compassionate approach to building community elevates the diverse perspectives of people affected by Parkinson’s. You are committed to Parkinson Canada’s mission and vision. As a person living with Parkinson’s, or with experience as a care partner of a person living with Parkinson’s, you bring your lived experience and expertise to the following responsibilities:

Advise and make recommendations to the CEO on key programs and strategy decisions that address the unmet needs of people affected by Parkinson’s

Promote the inclusion of the perspectives of people living with Parkinson’s across all areas at Parkinson Canada

Champion the vision, mission and initiatives of Parkinson Canada with the Parkinson community across Canada

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jerlynn.rycroft@parkinson.caParkinson Advisory Council Member

Rattlers Game Day Volunteers

by rattlerscebl on March 9, 2023 Comments Off on Rattlers Game Day Volunteers

Be a part of Professional Basketball in Saskatchewan!

The Saskatchewan Rattlers We are looking for energetic, dedicated volunteers to help generate excitement about the Saskatchewan Rattlers through the coordination, execution, and development of all home games.

* Must be 16 years of age or older to volunteer *

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SuperWalk Coordinator

by on March 7, 2023 Comments Off on SuperWalk Coordinator

Parkinson Canada Volunteer Opportunity

SuperWalk Coordinator

Parkinson Canada is the definitive voice for the Parkinson’s community in Canada. Our purpose is to transform the lives of people living with Parkinson’s. We do this through research leading to better treatments and the end of Parkinson’s, advocacy bringing the voices of Parkinson’s to the forefront and support that helps people live well with Parkinson’s through education and services. A national registered charity, Parkinson Canada operates through the generosity of donors and is an accredited organization under the Imagine Canada Standards Program.

The Opportunity

SuperWalk Coordinators play a pivotal role in raising awareness and funds for people living with Parkinson’s. They champion and lead the coordination of SuperWalk in communities, from start to finish, with support from Parkinson Canada. They support the organizing committee and ensure a positive experience for event participants. You will solicit sponsors in conjunction with the Sponsorship Coordinator and ensure the funds collected the day of the event are properly recorded and deposited. You will ensure all activities and actions are in alignment with the Parkinson Canada SuperWalk program and Parkinson Canada Policies.

Your Contribution

As a SuperWalk Coordinator, your people-skills, enthusiasm, and talent for organizing make you an excellent community facilitator. You enjoy guiding and mentoring other volunteers and helping them excel at their tasks. As someone who loves event logistics, you excel at key tasks, including:

Selecting and securing site for SuperWalk 

Preparing a budget for the local event 

Sourcing local sponsorships 

Recruiting and providing leadership for the organizing committee

Managing volunteers alongside the Volunteer Coordinator

Organizing and Chairing Committee Meetings 

Attending monthly (April-October) conference calls with Parkinson Canada event staff

Attending and overseeing all aspects of the walk including post walk wrap up

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jerlynn.rycroft@parkinson.caSuperWalk Coordinator

Volunteer in Client Services (Food Hamper Distribution)

by SFBLC on February 14, 2023 Comments Off on Volunteer in Client Services (Food Hamper Distribution)

One of four children in Saskatoon live in poverty. Help us feed fellow community members in need by building food hampers filled with nutritious food. We have many opportunities in our warehouse at Ave. C. for putting together hampers and sorting donations. From Spring to Fall we have openings for volunteers planting, weeding and harvesting in the Garden Patch, our 1.5-acre space downtown Saskatoon. When needed we also have space in the kitchen, helping prep for cooking classes. There is also the Clothing Depot, where all the non-edible items go to be sorted and put out for sale.

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Course Volunteer

by Meewasin on February 9, 2023 Comments Off on Course Volunteer

There are a number of different positions available to ages 16 and up.

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Food Box Distribution Support (Weekly)

by River Bend ICM on February 2, 2023 Comments Off on Food Box Distribution Support (Weekly)

ICM relies on volunteers to help feed children, families, seniors, veterans, and other vulnerable neighbours across the core community of Saskatoon. Volunteers would come once a week to help our food box facilitator distribute 40 food boxes. You will be assisting people to access this program by filling out intake forms and then directing traffic to the exit. You may be asked to put bags into the elevator (  distance of 3 feet)and then into the lounge area (10 feet away from the elevator).

The shift is 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm on Wednesdays.

Volunteering with ICM is a rewarding experience that makes a big difference in the lives of our neighbours. We are so grateful for our volunteers’ time, energy, dedication, and support!

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Family Service Saskatoon Board Member

by AdminFSS on February 2, 2023 Comments Off on Family Service Saskatoon Board Member

The Board of Directors of Family Service Saskatoon is seeking to fill vacancies so that its members bring a diverse perspective to the needs in the community in Saskatoon. We are currently looking to fill various vacancies on the board, and welcome applicants from all backgrounds and areas of expertise.

Board members are expected to attend monthly board meetings from September through to May, participate in one committee and to attend the Annual General Meeting in June. A board member can expect to spend 3-5 hours per month on board or committee activities.

Nominations Committee
Board of Directors
Family Service Saskatoon
102, 506—25th Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 4A7
Phone: (306) 244-0127
Fax: (306) 244-1201

For more information, see

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Camp Volunteer

by RoyalSoccer on January 31, 2023 Comments Off on Camp Volunteer

The Royal City Soccer Club (RCSC) is a non-profit, community organization started in 1993. For over 3 decades, we have hosted a unique soccer camp experience for over 300,000 children between ages 5 and 13 years. Our camps are now the largest grassroots soccer camp in Canada with over 100 locations in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and Nova Scotia. The popularity of our camps is not only due to our program structure, but also because of the great volunteers and staff we have. Our camp operates Monday to Friday from July 3 until September 1, 2023 (except August 7).

Volunteers can apply for:
• morning sessions (20 hours/week, Mon-Fri, 8:30am – 12:30pm),
• afternoon sessions (20 hours/week, Mon-Fri, 12:30pm – 4:30pm) or
• full days sessions (40 hours/week, Mon-Fri, 8:30am – 4:30pm)
All nine (9) weeks of July and August are available to volunteer for. Volunteers at our summer day camps may have any of the following responsibilities:
• Assisting staff with coaching and supervising children at camp
• Equipment collection and maintenance (ie. inflating soccer balls, collecting cones)
• General help around camp
• Maintain a clean camp environment and help staff meet all safety protocols
• Adhere to and help enforce all camp policies

Volunteers at our camp must be at least 14 years of age by the time their camp week of volunteering starts. If you are 16 or older, you may be eligible for a CIT (Counsellor in Training) or Camp Counsellor position with us. Any volunteers aged 18 or older will be required to submit a police background check. There are a limited number of volunteering spots available at each camp location.

To apply, visit our website at and follow these 5 steps:
1. Visit our EMPLOYMENT page.
2. Click on the province you are in (feel free to watch our Staff Testimonial video).
3. Review the STAFF INTRO PACKAGE by clicking on this blue button and a also review the Volunteer description (at the bottom of the page).
4. To apply, click the APPLY NOW button, and setup an account.
5. Complete the Volunteer Online Application by clicking the appropriate blue box under the ‘Start a New Application’ section.

If you have any issues or questions during the process, please feel free to contact us at 1-800-427-0536 or email We look forward to you joining our team.

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