Saskatoon Recycling Coach

by dcf176 on January 23, 2023 Comments Off on Saskatoon Recycling Coach

Want to become A Waste Wizard?! The Saskatoon Recycling Coaches are looking to add to their numbers. These volunteers help to promote recycling and waste diversion opportunities in Saskatoon. Once trained, these superstars will inform their fellow citizens on the steps and actions that everyone can do to reduce the amount of garbage being sent to the landfill.

Training includes learning about:
• Recycling Right in Saskatoon
• Simple Composting
• Household Hazardous Waste days
• Province-wide recycling programs
• Store take-back programs

After your training session you will be qualified to work with the Rolling Education Unit. This is a mobile teaching display that has interactive games and a wealth of informative materials. Volunteer shifts, free admission included, will be no more than 3 hours at a variety of public events; mostly Mar-Apr & Sep-Nov. A criminal record check will be required (at no cost to you).

To apply send a letter of interest that includes a brief description of yourself and how this volunteer opportunity appeals to you. Please send email to for 2023 training.

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Rehabilitation Program Volunteer

by SARBI on January 23, 2023 Comments Off on Rehabilitation Program Volunteer

SARBI provides social rehabilitation for survivors of moderate to severe Acquired Brain Injuries. We make arts and crafts, play games, and go out in the community.

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Gift Shop Associate – RUH

by ruhgiftshop on January 16, 2023 Comments Off on Gift Shop Associate – RUH

Royal University Hospital Gift Shop is looking for sales associates to assist in the daily activities in the store.

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Saskatoon Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walk – Volunteer Committee

by MSVETeam on December 12, 2022 Comments Off on Saskatoon Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walk – Volunteer Committee

The Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walk is a community-driven event for people living with or affected by MS as well as those who want to support our vision of creating a world free of MS. Canadians come together in their communities every May to fundraise for and participate in MS Walk to help find the cause and cure for this disease.

As part of the MS Walk Committee, you will plan and execute an inclusive, engaging event to connect and empower the MS community in your region. MS impacts all Canadians, which is why we urge people to move forward together at MS Walk and help build awareness for the disease, raising much-needed funds to allow us to continue to support people affected by MS.This is a great opportunity to make an impact in your community using your talent and time.

MS Walk Stewardship Coordinator

The Stewardship Coordinator plays a key role in recruiting individuals and teams to take part in the Walk. In this role, you would be responsible for working with the MS Walk coordinator to ensure that all participants are being stewarded. This will include phone calls as well as emails to local participants.

MS Walk Promotions Coordinator

The Promotions Coordinator will help get the word out about your local MS Walk through a variety of local marketing and promotions mediums. You will have the opportunity to connect with media sponsors, engage in social media posting, write articles, put up posters, and be creative in how we engage your community in Walk.

MS Walk Sponsorship Coordinator

The Sponsorship Coordinator is responsible for stewarding the participation of local sponsors to enhance the event experience and keep event costs as low as possible. Through your work as the Sponsorship Coordinator, you will ensure more funds raised go directly to creating a world free of MS.

MS Walk Volunteer Coordinator

The Volunteer Coordinator will work closely with the team at the MS Society to ensure we have support from a fantastic group of Day of Event Volunteers. You will have the opportunity to connect with your local community to recruit enough volunteers to fill various volunteer roles and instruct them on event day.

MS Walk Route Coordinator

The Route Coordinator plays a key role in ensuring our participants have an enjoyable, accessible, and safe route to experience during the event. As the local route expert, your advance planning and execution of Route Coordinator responsibilities on event day will ensure a fabulous event experience for all Walk participants. Lead route signage

MS Walk Entertainment Coordinator

The Entertainment Coordinator plays an important role in shaping the participant experience on site and on route. This includes organizing entertainment and activities/games and managing the “main stage” and finish line experience to create a positive and memorable event experience for MS Walk participants.

Time Commitment:

  • Long-term (November– June). Hours will vary based on the size of your community event. Hours will increase as the event approaches. We estimate these roles will take between 1 –3 hours per month.
  • Meet online via Teams once or twice a month
  • Must be available to attend the event at the end of May for approximately 8 hours.
  • The MS Society is dedicated to encouraging a supportive and inclusive culture where people from all backgrounds can thrive.

Our aim is to ensure that all those interested in joining our team are given equal opportunity and that our organization is representative of all sections of society. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Please contact Emma McGillis at if you are interested or looking for more information.

To learn more about the MS Society of Canada and the great work that we do, we encourage you to visit

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Toy Library volunteer

by smperrin on October 26, 2022 Comments Off on Toy Library volunteer

The City Park Toy Library is a not-for-profit lending library open to all Saskatoon families. The Toy library houses over 200 good quality toys suitable for children ages 0-5. We are not just a lending library. It is also a place for children to play and for parents/caregivers to visit.

We are looking for volunteers available on Saturday mornings to open and close the Toy Library and to sign toys in and out. Ideally you would be volunteering in pairs, with one person helping people and another person letting people in and out of a locked church door. If you want to volunteer solo we can try and pair you with another volunteer. Feel free to bring your kids while you volunteer!

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Communication Committee Member

by Raeleen Viklund on October 26, 2022 Comments Off on Communication Committee Member


To promote and develop ongoing communication, internally and externally according to the mission, vision and values of the Saskatoon Council on Aging
· Develop and maintain the SCOA Communication Strategy.
· Produce the Coming of Age three times per year and oversee distribution to SCOA members and key locations in the city.
· Provide exposure and awareness of SCOA to older adults and other groups and organizations in our community.
· Oversee the work of the educational/speakers bureau.
· Oversee SCOA communication function including social media and website.
· Optimize communication between committees.

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Friendly Calls Program Volunteer

by SKFCCRC on October 11, 2022 Comments Off on Friendly Calls Program Volunteer

– Make regular telephone calls to assigned program participants to provide meaningful conversation that interest them
– Maintain strict privacy and confidentiality of participant information
– Promote local community events, programs and encourage their participation  as appropriate
– Provide support that respects the participant’s voice and involvement in decision making
– Consult with Friendly Calls Coordinator/designate as required for referrals to other services or health professionals deemed appropriate for client
– Report any service, health, or safety concerns regarding assigned program participants to the coordinator/designate
– Provide accurate records in a timely manner of phone calls made to each program participant
– Participate and complete all required learning for the Friendly Calls Program
– Review, sign off and adhere to all Red Cross policies and procedures
– Participate and complete health and safety training as required
– Participate and promote respectful communication between all personnel and participants to promote a healthy and safe workplace
– Adhere to practices outlined in applicable provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act
– Ensure all complaints and incidents are reported in a timely manner to the Friendly calling coordinator or designate
– Perform other duties as requested

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Personal Stylist

by DFSS on September 6, 2022 Comments Off on Personal Stylist

After training is completed, you will be able to touch women’s lives and help them feel confident entering the workforce, school, interview, practicum, etc. Suitings provide our clients with 3+ outfits to help them confident entering new situations.

You will work with a team of 2 to 3 other stylists to help a client choose an interview, job, or practicum outfit. As a team, you will provide guidance and support for this upcoming change.

Time Commitment:
We ask that volunteers complete one suiting a month with the majority of scheduled suitings taking place in the evenings. Volunteers have access to a calendar and can sign up based on their schedule. Suitings are scheduled for 2 to 3 hours with some taking less time.

Please reach out to with any questions

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Literacy Tutor for All Ages

by on August 31, 2022 Comments Off on Literacy Tutor for All Ages

Interested in helping children, youth, or adults with literacy? Frontier College is looking for new volunteers to tutor in any subject. We pair you with someone who needs help in a subject you are comfortable tutoring. Tutoring usually takes place after school or on weekends either on Zoom or at a Saskatoon Public Library.

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WILD Outside Youth Member

by WILD Outside on August 18, 2022 Comments Off on WILD Outside Youth Member

Are you interested in the outdoors and community service? WILD Outside is a national conservation-based youth leadership program designed for youth ages 15 to 18. The program is cost-free with free enrolment, and all levels of physical capability are welcome. Youth who join the WILD Outside program will enjoy year-round opportunities for outdoor adventure and immersive nature experiences. They will also connect with other local participants in the planning and delivery of community-based conservation service projects in their own community designed to have a positive impact on their local environment. Previous events include volunteering at a wildlife rehabilitation centre, shoreline clean-ups, snowshoeing, canoeing, hiking, and so much more! Apply at

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