Do you want to help people in your community?
Volunteer with the North Central Community Association and participate in the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP), and complete income tax and benefit returns for eligible individuals.
Your contribution as a volunteer
Last year, more than 15,000 (CVITP) volunteers helped thousands of people with modest incomes and simple tax situations such as social assistance recipients, newcomers to Canada, seniors, students in communities across Canada.
North Central Community Association is seeking volunteers for the following positions:
CVITP Volunteers (Handle the taxpayer’s information securely and transmit the taxpayer’s return to the Canada Revenue Agency)
Front Desk Greeter (Greeting community members, schedule time slots)
Qualifications and Requirements
You do not need previous experience completing income tax returns, however you must be proficient with computer applications including Windows and Internet, and be approved to use online filing software by the Canada Revenue Agency. All volunteer applications are screened and approved by North Central Community Association. Please apply no later than January 31, 2018.
The 2018 Income Tax Clinic will require volunteers from mid-March until the end of April from Monday to Thursday. Specific days and times will be determined with the volunteers.
How to get involved?
For more information contact the North Central Community Association at 306-791-9888 or email@example.com
NCCA office will be closed December 25/17 to January 1/18, inclusive. Office will reopen on Tuesday, January 2/18.
North Central Vibe resumes Tuesday, January 2/18.
North Central Kids Music resumes Monday, January 8/18.
Care & Share Luncheon resumes Tuesday, January 9/18
All are welcome. Elders & Seniors (60+) meals are FREE. All others pay $8/plate
Murray has worked in the non-profit sector for the past 12 years. He began his career at the North Central Community Association as program coordinator for the Youth Employment Program from 2005 to 2008. Over the past decade, he worked at the Regina Food Bank as Director of the Adult Centre for Employment Readiness & Training, and as an instructor at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the Community Services Division. He has worked with many great community partners and colleagues over the years to develop unique and innovative community based programming, and is very excited to return to the NCCA to contribute to the great work being done in the North Central community.
Vibe offers crafts, games, recreation and light snacks. The program runs for one or two hours and is held in mâmawêyatitân centre. All supplies are provided. Bring your interest and creativity! All Vibe programming is FREE. Registration is required by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 306-791-9888.
* CRAFT & CULTURE TUESDAYS: Nov. 7, 14, 21 & 28 and Dec. 5, 12 & 19
Painting: Tuesdays, Nov. 7 to Dec. 19, 5:30 to 6:30 pm
age 8+, in the Program Room
Moccasins & Beading: Tuesdays, Nov. 7 to Dec. 19, 5:30 to 6:30 pm
age 13+ in the Program Room. Creating leather toddler moccasins and applying beadwork.
Ribbon Shirts: Tuesdays, Dec. 5 to 19, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
age 13+ in the Program Room. Sewing ribbon and appliqués onto shirts.
* FITNESS THURSDAYS: Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 and Dec. 7, 14, 21 & 28
Self Defence: Thursdays, Nov. 2 to Dec. 28 5:30 to 6:30 pm
age 8 to 15 in the Dance Studio
Self Defence: Thursdays, Nov. 2 to Dec. 28 6:30 to 7:30 pm
age 16+ in the Dance Studio
A Family Fundraiser for the Buffalo People Arts Institute
Description of Executive Director Position
The North Central Community Association takes an innovative approach to community development in one of Regina’s most diverse neighbourhood. NCCA is looking for a dynamic individual to lead the organization with a passionate team to make a difference. NCCA currently is delivering family recreation programs, a weekly seniors meal, walking club, summer community gardens and clean-up projects, the Go Green social enterprise cleaning up at the Mosaic Stadium, and foot care for seniors and diabetics.
Vision: A safe caring and vibrant community where all people can thrive.
Mission: To enhance, engage, and represent our diverse neighbourhood, where we live work and play, by facilitating partnerships, programs, and services
The Executive Director manages and coordinates the administration, fund development, HR, and community relations of the association, staff, and is directly accountable to the board of directors.
- Extensive experience working with indigenous people is essential.
- Experience working with other diverse cultures;
- Working knowledge of the range of community-based services and organizations available in the City of Regina and surrounding area;
- Experience working with individuals and community organizations involved in the delivery of health and social services within the community;
- Experience in office organization and non-profit administration including budgeting
- Experience in fund development including proposal writing
- Must have a valid driver’s license;
- Knowledge of existing human services and programs available in Regina;
- Knowledge of current social and community issues;
- Knowledge of municipal government operations;
- Diploma or degree in social sciences or businesses admin is preferred;
Skills and Abilities:
- Organization and time management skills;
- Problem-solving capacity utilizing limited resources;
- A demonstrated ability to work with individuals from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds;
- The ability to communicate clearly in both written and oral forms to a wide range of audiences
- Must be able to work in a stressful, time-pressured environment;
- Must demonstrate the ability to lead in a team-oriented environment;
- Must demonstrate an ability to deal effectively and constructively with both colleagues and members of the general public;
- Duties and Responsibilities:
Build and maintain positive working relationships with board, staff, volunteers, community members, community organizations, government and media;
- Implement Strategic Plan as directed by the board and work with board to update Strategic Plan on a regular basis;
- Maintain, promote, and update Community Action Plan (CAP) with board and stakeholders;
- Manage all aspects of the organizations hiring and supervision of staff;
- Manage all aspects of the organizations operations and administration;
- Manage fund development plan including grant writing reporting and fundraising;
- Oversee marketing and communications plan;
- Respond to media requests;
- Represent NCCA and North Central community interests within the mâmawêyatitân centre, various boards, committees, and consultations as directed by NCCA board in relation to the CAP;
- Attend or participate in professional development opportunities as assigned by the board (at the expense of NCCA);
- Other duties as assigned by the board;
Remuneration: $20 to $25/hour depending on experience
Hours: 35 hours/week Monday to Friday with occasional evenings and weekends
Contest Closes: October 12, 2017
Please submit cover letter and resume to:
NCCA Hiring Committee
Vibe starts up its Fall programming September 21! Join us at the sparkling new mâmawêyatitân centre, use the entrance on Elphinstone & 6th. Catch the Vibe!
Friday, September 22, 2017 from 5:00pm – 9:00pm
We kick off our day with CBC The Morning Edition with Sheila Coles, “LIVE” from mâmawêyatitân centre between 6:00am and 8:37am on Friday, September 22, 2017. You or anyone one who is bright eyed and bushy tailed are welcome to come watch the radio show anytime between these hours.
See the poster for details and the lineup!