Home Library Volunteers deliver books and other Library materials to residents of Innisfil once a month. The Volunteers pick-up bags of materials selected and prepared by the Staff Home Library Service Coordinator and deliver them directly to the homes of residents who are unable to visit the Library. During the same visit, Volunteers pick-up the previous delivery of materials and return them to the Library on the same day. All deliveries are contact-free.
This service is very important to the residents who use it. It provides them with reading materials that stimulate them mentally, keep their reading skills active, provides them with an engaging activity they can do at home, and provides some peace of mind to family members.
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Valid G Class license
- Access to a reliable vehicle
- Auto insurance
- Pass a Vulnerable Sector Check
- Able to lift bags weighing up to approximately 20lbs (9kg)
- 1-3 hours, one day per month (depending on number of deliveries needed)
- Deliveries are made during the second week of the month
Volunteers are required to complete training on the Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities Act, Respectful Workplace, Occupational Health and Safety, Understanding Human Rights, and task-specific training related to working with vulnerable people, and proper health and safety protocols related to COVID-19.
Please note that the Library does not compensate Volunteer Drivers for gas, time, or any other costs they may incur.
If you are interested in volunteering for this service, please complete the application below.