Volunteer – Community Involvement Hours
Have you finished your mandatory 40 hours of Community Involvement in order to earn your high school diploma?
SERVICE CLUBS: run games, special events and walk-a-thons.
SPORTS/RECREATION: coach children; volunteer refereeing in charity games; run Special Olympics and summer games; be a leisure buddy.
COMMUNITY EVENTS: assist with winter carnival; organize parades and fall fairs.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS: participate in community cleanup, tree planting and recycling programs.
VOLUNTEERING FOR SENIORS: help with crafts or reading; remove snow and clean up homes and yards.
COMMUNITY PROJECTS: help at food banks and hospitals; provide support services for the housebound or the disabled; participate at humane societies.
RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES: organize youth activities; teach or help with children’s programs and classes; lead special events, assist with clerical tasks.
COMMITTEES: take a role on advisory boards, neighbourhood associations and regional associations.
HIGH SCHOOL: participate in tutoring; organize fund-raising, environmental projects, and special events approved by the Principal.
CLUBS AND YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS: volunteer in or lead activities organized by these groups.
CHILDREN/YOUTH: help at drop-in centres, breakfast clubs, after-school and March-break programs; help in summer games, playgrounds, camps and child-care centres.
ARTS/CULTURE: assist in galleries, libraries, theatres, museums and heritage sites. STUDENT PROPOSALS: take leadership roles or assist with civic projects.
Please click on the links below to learn more information, and to find out about volunteer opportunities in the Norwell community.
Community Involvement Program – Upper Grand District School Board
Groups, Clubs and Organizations – Town of Minto
Here is the recording page: Community Involvement Form Activity Notification And Completion Revised 2023 Sep 11
For more information: CIB_manual