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    Organization: SPRINT Senior Care
    Date Posted: 2018-12-06
    City: Toronto
    Location: Ontario
    Country: Canada
    Primary Category: Holiday Volunteering
    Type of Position: Short Term (Less than 3 months)
    Description & Details
    Program Description:

    Youth Group Volunteer Program offers opportunities for junior high and high school students to volunteer on Winter Break and March Break. Youth volunteers will get involved in the community by participating in activities that complement their education and personal interests. The youth groups will support SPRINT Senior Care’s dementia care sites to bring in seasonal carols, musical instrument performances, drama, or other fun activities to the seniors.

    Quality, Health & Safety/Risk Management:

    To reduce risk to clients, employees, volunteers and the agency, SPRINT Senior Care expects that all employees and volunteers will work within the mandate of their job description, and abide by the policies and procedures of the agency. Each volunteer is responsible for acting in a way that will not put themselves or others at risk.

    Responsibilities:

    Perform as a group for choir, musical Instrument, drama, etc. at one of our dementia care sites.
    Location, Time, Commitment:

    1.5 – 2 hours per visit during Dec 22, 2018 to Jan 6, 2019, available location and schedules are:

    1035 Eglinton Avenue West (Eglinton West Station) – Any day at 11:00 am or 3:00 pm
    1 William Morgan Drive (Overlea and Don Mills) – December 27 & 28 only, anytime between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm
    268 Merton Street (Mount Pleasant and Merton) – December 28, January 2 & 4 at 2:00pm; January 3 at 4:00pm

    Qualifications:

    Between age 12 to 18 year-old
    Must sign up as a group of more than 4 people
    Ability to be patient, understanding and compassionate
    Parent consent is required

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