Volunteers are essential in our ability to accomplish our mission. Without our dedicated volunteers, who generously give their time and energy to keep our Administration, Thrift Shop, Resource Centre and Childcare running smoothly, we would not be able to offer such a wide range and high quality services.
There are a number of positions for which we accept volunteer applications on an ongoing basis. Click on the links to download the Volunteer Application and Job Description for the following positions.
Thrive Administration Office: For more information please call 204.772.9091 THRIVE OFFICE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
Thrift Shop: For more information contact Kristy @ 204.783.9281 or email@example.com THRIFT SHOP VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
- TTS VOLUNTEER CASHIER JOB DESCRIPTION * Provide customer service, ring sales through the cash register, and keep the storefront tidy and organized.
- TTS VOLUNTEER PRICERS JOB DESCRIPTION * Assess the value of donated items and price them according to store guidelines.
- TTS VOLUNTEER SORTERS JOB DESCRIPTION * Sort through new donations.
- TTS VOLUNTEER TRAINER JOB DESCRIPTION * Teach new volunteers about cashiering and customer service, as well as about agency policies and safety regulations.
Resource Centre: For more information contact Dakotah @ 204.775.9934 or firstname.lastname@example.org TRC VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
- VOLUNTEER RESOURCE ASSISTANT JOB DESCRIPTION * Assists staff in supporting families by providing a warm welcoming environment and access to our resources.
Child Care: For more information contact Jess @ email@example.com CHILD CARE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
* Assist staff in creating a nurturing, safe, stimulating childcare environment for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers attending the Thrive Child Care.
All volunteers will be required to sign a Confidentiality Agreement, agreeing to keep all client information confidential. Volunteers will also be required to sign a Disclosure Statement, stating if they have any criminal convictions or current criminal charges. Positions that work with children or work one-on-one with clients will require a Child Abuse Registry Check, at the applicant’s expense. Having a criminal record or criminal charges does not necessarily mean that a person cannot volunteer – a decision will be made based on the recency of the charges and the relevancy to the position.
To apply for any of these positions, download our THRIVE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION. Once we have received your volunteer application, we will contact you for an interview if there are openings in the positions you are interested in. Completed applications can be emailed to the manager of the site you have chosen to volunteer. Thank you for applying.
A United Way Winnipeg Day of Caring is an opportunity for workplaces to volunteer and help a United Way Winnipeg agency partner or non-profit organization complete a project that contributes to local community development, renewal, and pride. Building something, painting, helping put on an event for children or cleaning up a community space are common Day of Caring examples.
To find out more about United Way Winnipeg Day of Caring opportunities for your workplace email firstname.lastname@example.org
This unique, year-round opportunity for co-workers and other groups to make a difference in Winnipeggers’ lives by working together on meaningful volunteer projects with local community organizations that focus on:
- Helping kids be all they can be;
- Moving people from poverty to possibility; and
- Encouraging healthy people and strong communities
United Way will match your volunteer group with a non-profit organization to complete a project that complements your priorities, skills, schedule and available people power. Most projects require between five and 20 volunteers; take an average of four weeks to plan, and one-half to one full day to complete.
Past projects have included:
- Helping host a special event like a community barbeque or holiday party
- Working alongside community residents to help beautify a neighbourhood by planting flowers, building a community garden, or participating in a community cleanup
- Collecting donations of much-needed items, including gently used clothing or household goods, hygiene products, or new socks and underwear
- If you have an idea for a project not already on our list, we’ll be happy to explore the need and opportunities.
If you are a non-profit organization in Winnipeg that needs help completing a short-term project, please contact United Way. A Day of Caring is an opportunity to accomplish tasks beyond what your budget and resources may allow. It’s also a good way to put your work and your clients’ needs at the forefront of Winnipeggers’ minds.