Volunteer – Volunteer Positions
Are you interested in helping families with children affected by Autism? Looking for some practical experience in working with children with special needs? Want a challenging and rewarding volunteer position?
FOOTPRINTS has volunteer opportunities available – how can YOU help?
Child Support Volunteers
Child Support Volunteers are always needed! Volunteers work one-on-one with a child to provide a meaningful, safe and fun experience.
Training will be provided, including an Introduction to Autism course, First Aid Training and Behaviour Management Systems Training (BMST).
Each volunteer is required to present a clean Police Records Check with Vulnerable Persons Sector clearance; the cost for the Police Check will be reimbursed with proof of payment.
Camp Great Strides Volunteers
Looking for a summer volunteer opportunity?
Together We ‘Hang’ – Peer Volunteers
A social program for youth on the Autism Spectrum and their peers. Participants are paired with a volunteer for a social gathering fostering inclusion, acceptance and friendship. In partnership with the Pickering Library, FOOTPRINTS runs the weekly drop-in program from April-September. If you are interested in volunteering as a peer buddy, email email@example.com.
FOOTPRINTS is looking for volunteers to go out and engage local businesses and people to support FOOTPRINTS.
Volunteers will be provided with support and guidance from the Operations Manager and the FOOTPRINTS Fund Development Committee.
Volunteer Application – Part 1 of our Volunteer Screening process.
For more information about volunteering with FOOTPRINTS, please contact Julie Cashin-Oster at 905-420-0388 ex. 3 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You to all our Volunteers
FOOTPRINTS would not be a success without our dedicated volunteers.
Child Support Volunteers provide one-on-one supervision of a child diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
FOOTPRINTS 4 Autism provides an environment of fun and stimulation with age and skill level appropriate toys and activities.
The Program Consultant will match Child Support Volunteers with a child, based on the child’s abilities.
Volunteers supervise as the child plays and interacts with other children.