162018Jan
What’s a grey zone? Join our ethics committee

What’s a grey zone? Join our ethics committee

Have you experienced moments during your volunteer work where you weren’t quite sure what to do? Where the right action doesn’t seem very clear? We’re pairing up with University Laval’s students to produce a volunteer training on ethics and how to navigate grey-zone moments. During the week of February 26 – March 2nd, the committee…

162018Jan

Ar3 y0u g00d wi7h numb3rs?

Are you experienced in filing your income tax? The Income Tax Program may be your volunteer niche! The Income Tax program asks experienced volunteers to complete income tax returns for qualifying people with little or no revenue, enabling them to receive government benefits to which they are entitled such as the GST rebate, old age…

162018Jan

Special Needs

Be a friend to a special needs youth! As a Special Needs volunteer you befriend, encourage and assist English-speaking young adults (14 to 25 years of age) who are physically and/or intellectually challenged. You get to be a role-model, empower them and enjoy arts and life at their pace. To volunteer please contact us! If you…

162018Jan
March with us in Quebec City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March with us in Quebec City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March with us this March in Quebec City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 24th from 1:30 – 4 pm. To reserve your spot alongside proud fellow volunteers and staff members, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 418-684-5333 ext. 1550 or email her at abilodeau@jhpartners.net . MAP PENDING! Pull out your greens, dust off your…

162018Jan

Community Christmas Hamper Campaign 2017

Community Christmas Hamper Campaign  A special note of thanks from our 2017 campaign Chairperson to you: On behalf of the organizing committee of the 22nd annual Quebec City Community Christmas Hamper Campaign, I would like to extend a big “THANK YOU” to all volunteers for any and all roles you have played towards delivering some goodness to…

92018Jan

Bonhomme to visit Horizon nouveau

Horizon nouveau is a local non-profit organization that supports families or individuals who have experienced a break-up. These activities take place en français regularly. The next event  involves a visit with Bonhomme de Carnaval  on January 12 at l’École Cœur-Vaillant  (3430, Boulevard Neilson) starting at 7 pm. Click here for more details:  http://www.horizonnouveau.org/

22018Jan

HandyBar

The HandyBar makes it easy to get in-and-out of the car.  This  3-in-1 automotive safety tool allows the user to easily sit or stand safely while entering or exiting their vehicle, offering support and protecting from falls. It fits securely into either the passenger or driver side of the door of almost all types of…

22018Jan

Stop Smoking in 2018

New Year’s Resolution 2018: Why not stop smoking today? As we start a new year, many people wish to quit smoking to improve their health and quality of life. It may be difficult, but not impossible. When you give up cigarettes, your body starts to renew itself as early as the first day of quitting….

22018Jan

Pickle-Ball Anyone?

Looking for a fun way to get into shape in the new year – why not consider Pickle-Ball? This relatively new , fun paddle sport  combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. Phil Jocey retired former principal is  hoping to get pickle-ball going at Holland School for adults one evening a week beginning in the new year.  If…