No deadline noted
To stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.
As a leadership volunteer, you will work collaboratively with volunteers, concerned citizens, victims, community partners and the national office to conduct mission-related activities within Mississauga.
- Minimum 1-2 year commitment.
- Approximately, 2-5 hours/month.
- Become a member of MADD Canada (no fee).
- Be a resident of Mississauga.
- 18 years or older.
Responsibilities: Key Tasks / Activities
- Promote MADD Canada positively in your community.
- Act as a spokesperson and community liaison.
- Actively seek opportunities to partner and build strategic alliances / partnerships.
- Work collaboratively with fellow leadership volunteers; community partners (i.e., police, fire, emergency medical services, media, schools, health department, local merchants, companies, etc…) and the national office.
- Be knowledgeable about MADD Canada’s policies, procedures, programs and services.
- Submit (4) quarterly activity reports.
- Complete (2) public awareness programs and (1) victim support/outreach program annually i.e., Project Red Ribbon campaign, Campaign 911, drop off victim support materials to funeral homes, rehab centres, doctors offices etc…
- Raise awareness, fundraise, support victims (directly or indirectly) and raise MADD Canada’s profile in Mississauga.
- Attend MADD Canada’s National Leadership Conference and Victims’ Weekend (strongly encouraged for training purposes).
- Complete Victim Services Volunteer (VSV) Level 1 on-line training (strongly encouraged).
- Check email, phone and mail.
Benefits To Volunteering
- Share your skills and expertise as a leader.
- Meet new people; learn new/enhance skills; network
- Gain valuable insights and experiences.
- Explore and/or confirm career opportunities.
- Contribute to the well-being of your community; support victims directly or indirectly
- Help keep your community; roadways and waterways safe.
Preferred Skills & Qualities
- You possess strong leadership, communication and networking skills.
- You are a strategic thinker.
- You are a people person; friendly; approachable and personable.
- You are flexible; a team player.
- You possess tact, discipline and attention to detail.
- You enjoy attending community events and speaking with the general public.
- You are mature and reliable.
- Your schedule is flexible.
- You have access to a vehicle.
- You enjoy fundraising.
- You have prior experience serving on a board of directors and/or volunteering in a not-for-profit setting as a leadership volunteer (preferred, but not required).
Orientation & Training
- Chapter Services Manager, Ontario
- National Conferences
- National website – www.madd.ca
- Members’ Site (AKA Intranet Site)
- NEW! Training DVD
- Mature and committed concerned citizens.
- Working professionals, mothers, fathers, business professionals etc…
- Not suitable for youth under 18.
Join Our Team Of Volunteers:
Please forward your resume and covering letter to: