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Barn Work

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Volunteer Position Name / Role: Barn Work
Date Posted: Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Organization Name: Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP) - Peace Ranch Program
Organization Contact: Sue Morling
905 584-9156 Ext. 30
sue.morling@shipshey.ca
Why you might want to consider taking this opportunity: People that support mental health and believe in the therapeutic benefits of caring for animals.
Type of Organization: Adult Service
More Info Link: http://www.shipshey.ca
Volunteer type position is suitable for:
  • Adult (18 +)
  • Business/employer supported group
Duties / Roles / Activities: Cleaning the barn stalls once a week. Cleaning water buckets. Sweeping the halls and outside pad. Other barn related tasks.
Sample Tasks: Cleaning a stall requires the ability to lift stall material using a fork, deposit in wheel barrel and dump in designated area.
Dates & Times:
  • Daytime
Seasonal: All Year
Location of Volunteer Activity:
  • Any Dufferin
  • Orangeville and area
  • Shelburne and area
  • Grand Valley and area
Wheelchair Accessibility: No
Can be used toward '40 Hours' for Highschool Graduation (OSSD): Yes
Does this opportunity relate to COVID-19: No
Commitment Length / Duration: Moderate Term (3 months to 1 year)
Training Required:
  • None
Transportation: Own Transportation Required
Expires: Friday, December 31, 2021
Areas of Interest:
  • Support for persons with disabilities
  • Hospital / Health / Medical
  • Opportunities to support persons who are homeless / living in poverty
  • Agricultural / Animals / Animal Services
Skills / Experience: Must be physically fit. Prior experience with farm animals.
People not afraid to get dirty, bugs or farm animals.
People that do not suffer with bad allergies.
Able to follow direction and work independently.
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