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Special Olympics Toronto

Application Deadline: April 12, 2013   

Position: Community Council Chairperson - Volunteer

Job Description:
We Are Looking For a Talented and Conscientious Volunteer To Join Our Dynamic and Energetic Team

This is a significant and important leadership role with the largest Special Olympics program in Ontario. The Special Olympics Toronto Chairperson will work in collaboration with the other members of council along with the Toronto staff to lead and strengthen our sport programs, our volunteer supports and resources to athletes with an intellectual disability.

- If you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership with an approximate 4-5 hours per week;
- If you are comfortable chairing meetings and can work alongside 15 active volunteer members of the SOO-TO council

Then we would like to meet with you!

- The SO-TO meetings are held one evening a month and the council is the organizing body that makes all things special in Special Olympics.
- The SO-TO Council provides leadership, governance, fund raising and supports to its volunteers, coaches, athletes training.

If you are interested in exploring this high level volunteer opportunity please contact
About Special Olympics Toronto
Special Olympics Toronto is a community-based sports program which is operated by a dedicated team of 702 volunteers who support 1729 athletes in a 172 sport clubs. As a regional partner of Special Olympics Ontario and part of a global social movement, Special Olympics Toronto transforms lives through the joy of sport, every day, everywhere.

Special Olympics Toronto is part of the world’s largest sports organization: with nearly 4 million athletes in more than 170 countries — and millions more volunteers and supporters.

Through the power of sport, individuals living with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Special Olympics Toronto athletes find joy, confidence and fulfilment – on the playing field and in life.

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Special Olympics Toronto
Toronto , ON, Canada
M4H 1P1


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