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Childminders


  • WHERE
    Hamilton, ON
  • WHEN
    Ongoing

COVID-19 notes:

  • We have relaxed criteria for posting volunteer opportunities due to the urgent need for COVID-19 Response. Volunteers are responsible for confirming the legitimacy of the group or organization(s) they are working with. Never hand over money or confidential information to groups looking for volunteers. SPARK does not vett volunteer opportunities on the site. Before agreeing to volunteer, remember to do a background check on the organization and staff you'll be working with. Ensure they are a registered nonprofit and that they are taking appropriate health and safety precautions
  • Please confirm that the organization you want to volunteer with can ensure your safety.

DESCRIPTION

Volunteers needed to childmind at one of two Good Shepherd sites: Women's Services and Jeanne Scott Parent & Child Resource Centre. Duties include: interact, play, read and look after babies, toddlers and children of various ages. Up to 8 children at a time. 2 volunteers per shift. No bathroom help required. Must have experience working with children. Must sanitize items/area after shift. September 1st or 13th start date until the end of the school year in June. Apply as a group of 2 for same day shifts or individually. Shifts start weekdays, mornings or afternoons. 1 shift per week required for 2-4 hours at a time. 18+ applicants only.

Who You'll be Assisting

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Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd is the largest provider of human services and community health care in the Greater Hamilton Area. Its work is based on a commitment to restoring hope and dignity to the most vulnerable members of the community. Programs and services are provided free of charge and without judgment to anyone in need.

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Who You'll be Assisting

organization logo

Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd is the largest provider of human services and community health care in the Greater Hamilton Area. Its work is based on a commitment to restoring hope and dignity to the most vulnerable members of the community. Programs and services are provided free of charge and without judgment to anyone in need.