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3129 - Annual Event Planning Committee Volunteer


Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) is a non-profit, charitable organization serving Caledon and surrounding areas. We provide a safe space for families to access high-quality programs and services for themselves and their children. We are an inclusive community hub, promoting positive outcomes for children, while connecting families to each other and community resources. We tailor our work to respond to community needs. We work to reduce the barriers to an exceptional childhood by supporting parents/caregivers and their capacity to parent. Our staff responds with empathy to common caregiving concerns, and promotes health and positive social, emotional and physical development of children.


Reporting to the Manager of Community Relations & Volunteers, AEPC chair or designate, AEPC volunteers attend monthly meetings (virtual or in-person) to work with CPCC staff in planning and executing several fundraising and/or community relations events per year. Some off-site volunteer work and event volunteer shifts may be required.

  • Attend regularly scheduled meetings
  • Establish event goals
  • Provide recommendations for achieving event goals
  • Participate in the planning and execution of events
  • Solicit gifts and donations in support of fundraising events
  • Identify prospects
  • Participate in a specific planning activities to achieve the overall event goal
  • Represent the event in the media in a positive manner
  • Provide feedback and evaluation at the end of the event


  • Online orientation
  • Regularly scheduled meetings
  • Time to complete assignments/tasks that arise from the meetings.
  • Event day – agreed upon schedule


  • Assist in fundraising for a high profile, respected community service organization that is uniquely positioned in its service to your local community.
  • A great opportunity to use and/or hone your fundraising or special event planning experience, organizational skills and community connections to support local families with young children.
  • Work with a great team of local volunteers to help raise awareness and provide education about the CPCC and its programs and services.
  • Build relationships and develop skills that enrich your resume and assist during job search.


Minimum age of 18 

  • Demonstrate skills or aptitude in event planning, 
  • Participate in an interview and orientation
  • Participate in prescribed volunteer training/readings
  • Provide 3 references
  • Vulnerable Sector Police check required.
Min Age: 18
Max Age: 100   
Police Check: Required   
Driver's Licence: Required   
Proof of Vaccination: Not required

Time Commitment
This is a Long Term (More than 6 months) commitment starting 2024-05-06
Shifts are available Anytime

The CPCC AEP Committee holds monthly meetings throughout the year (summer excluded). The committee typically plans and executes 3-5 events per year, and our AEPC volunteers assist (as availablility permits) with event execution, supported by staff, other volunteers, etc. Occasionally, we also offer volunteer support to community groups who are honouring us as recipients of funds raised in 3rd party fundraisers.


All AEPC volunteers will participate in a volunteer interview and orientation process that covers a thorough review of the CPCC Volunteer manual, policies and procedures. Event day procedures and safety are also covered. Vulnerable sector check or police check will be required.

More Details
Areas of Interest: Fundraising, Seasonal/Special Event, Event Planning
Accessibility: Fully Accessible Workplace
Ideal for: Individuals, Newcomers, Older Adults
Apply before: 2024-06-14

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