Rose of Sharon relies on the support of dedicated volunteers in order to keep offering our programs and services.
We are currently recruiting volunteers to help maintain our community garden and drivers to help participants access programs at our office in Newmarket.
To learn about current volunteer openings, please contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Jill Jambor at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the application below and send to email@example.com.
Do you have a passion for gardening and for feeding your community? Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers is looking for volunteers to help water, weed and maintain our beautiful vegetable garden located at 800 Mulock Drive in Newmarket. The garden provides educational opportunities as well as fresh food for clients and their little ones.
Supporting our Child Development Centre (CDC) assisting with care for infants and toddlers while mothers attend school and programs JOB DESCRIPTION
(Donation room): assisting with the organization of donated clothing, food and toys JOB DESCRIPTION
Support for special events, including our annual holiday campaign.
Assist with child care, cooking programs, fitness classes or other special interest classes. Have a special skill to share? Let us know!
Helping to cover our front reception area, answering phone inquiries, greeting clients and visitors. JOB DESCRIPTION
Responsible for overall governance of the agency.
Rose of Sharon is currently looking for volunteers to drive our young mothers to and from our centre in Newmarket. If our clients can’t access our services, we can’t help them!
If you are interested, please fill out the VOLUNTEER DRIVERS APPLICATION FORM
Listen below to hear our former Community Engagement Coordinator, Tamar Dobner, discuss the Rosie’s Drivers volunteer program as part of an interview with 105.9 The Region, which aired on May 27, 2017.
Administration and Client Support Assistant
Ontario Summer Experience Program
The Administration and Client Support Assistant will support Rose of Sharon’s front-line programs as well as fundraising activities. Programs include parenting and personal development (e.g. the Food Security program) and child development, and fundraising activities may include database maintenance, social media content creation and monitoring, researching funding opportunities, graphic/web design and other administrative tasks related to fundraising and community engagement.
Rose of Sharon is currently only accepting Placements Students completing degrees in Child Development. If interested, please complete the application below and send to firstname.lastname@example.org