COVID-19 Inglewood Community Outreach

As a Community League, we are proud to be launching the COVID-19 Inglewood Community Outreach Initiative. We want to ensure everyone in our community makes it through this difficult time – healthy, happy and cared for. 

Our goal is to match Community Connector Volunteers with folks from our community needing 1-1 assistance in a confidential and safe manner. If you (a) are needing assistance, or (b) can help out as a Community Connector Volunteer, please let us know.

Until this pandemic is over, there may be increasing need for isolation. We hope that anyone that becomes at-risk and/or displays active symptoms, will enjoy the comforts of home with support from this initiative:

  1. If you need assistance, please ensure you provide us with all of your information to ensure we can connect with the right volunteer to help address your needs.
  2. Those seeking assistance will be matched with a Community Connector Volunteer on a confidential 1-1 basis.
  3. The information provided in this form helps us tremendously – for example matching the tasks, risk groups, and location of people.
  4. If you have generously offered to assist, we will contact you personally through our Volunteer Coordinator Sarada, as the need arises.

Thank you for participating in the COVID-19 Inglewood Community Outreach Initiative.

Communications Director

We are looking for a Communications Director! This volunteer position will sit on the Community League Board, and be responsible for the marketing and publicity of the League.

The person for this role first and foremost is passionate about our community of Inglewood. Responsibilities are:
  ● Oversees all communications of the community league.
  ● Helps league to develop communications strategies, messaging and branding.
  ● Manages a committee of volunteers.
  ● Manages website, social media, and newsletter content.
  ● Oversees or produces appropriate advertising/promotional.
  ● Works with program, social, and other directors to promote events and
  ● Acts as liaison between league and media.

Beneficial skills, but not necessarily required are:
  ● Social media savvy
  ● Marketing campaigns
  ● Management and leadership
  ● Writing and editing
  ● Design
  ● General computer literacy

Advanced web development skills are not required. IT and web development is managed internally by another volunteer.

Contact us at today if you are interested, or have any questions!


The Inglewood Community League is seeking to contract a part-time Administrator. This position is the first point of contact for community members and hall renters. The Administrator is responsible for the rental, operation, and administration of League facilities which includes a hall, a secondary structure, parking lot, and a playground. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Answer telephone and email inquiries for the League.
  • Greet visitors and provide facility tours.
  • Manage usage including rental bookings, completing rental paperwork, collecting fees and deposits, key distribution, check-ins and post rental inspections, coordinating deliveries, and/or maintaining rental schedule. Post rentals, some light cleaning will be required. 
  • Notifying the cleaner when required. 
  • Manage facility related invoices and finances. This includes calculating and collecting rental cheques or digital payments, oversee bill payments, and rental deposit returns.
  • Liaise with potential renters and conduct damage assessments.
  • Oversee other contractors including the janitor, exterior and interior building maintenance personnel.
  • Arrange for facility inspection reports, quotes and billings for hall maintenance as necessary.
  • Track all hall use by category.
  • Provide input to the Board on efficiencies for hall use and potential revenue streams.
  • Prepare a written report for the Board at the end of each month.
  • Work with Board policies, procedures, rates, and other governing documents.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Experience working in a customer service environment.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Experience working with computers, Google, MS Office (Word and Excel) is required. Having previous experience with meeting or booking systems is desired.
  • Property management experience will be considered an asset.
  • The successful candidate will be asked to undergo a Police Information Check.

Working Conditions: The successful candidate must be comfortable working independently and interacting frequently with the public. The individual will report to the League Board of Directors through the President, but will work with others including the Board Treasurer and other contracted services (i.e. cleaning, etc.). 

Hours of Work: This function requires an average of 15 hours per week including some weekend and evening hours as needed.  This contract will not exceed 20 hours per week. Office hours in the main hall will be required each week. Some work hours can be a mix of in-office and at-home, with the pre-approval of League.

Compensation: Hourly rate will be $17 – $22 an hour, depending on the qualifications and experience of the applicant. To Apply: Please submit resume to Questions can be sent to the same email address.

Closing Date is December 12, 2019 4:00 pm.

Pancake Breakfast – Community League Day

Inglewood Community League is hosting a FREE Pancake Breakfast for Community League Day on Saturday, September 21st from 9 – 11 AM!

All Inglewood residents are invited to come out, meet some neighbors, and enjoy great start to what should be a beautiful fall day!

If you are interested in Volunteering, this is a great opportunity to help out and give back to your community, and meet some neighbors! Please contact to sign up.

Marketing and IT Volunteers Needed!

Inglewood Community League is expanding its publicity and technology committee and needs volunteers like you!

The Inglewood Community is home to nearly 6000 residents and 3400 dwelling units, but the Community League currently only reaches about 10% of them! To improve on this, we are recruiting and expanding our communications team to run new marketing campaigns and projects!

We are looking for volunteer team members with a wide variety of backgrounds, but are first and foremost passionate about our community of Inglewood. Some of the skills and experience we are looking for that you may already have, or are simply motivated to learn are:

  1. Social media savvy
  2. Marketing campaigns
  3. Management and leadership
  4. Writing and editing
  5. IT and G-Suites administration
  6. Web development/design
  7. Graphic design

In the upcoming months and year, there are some major projects we want to execute, but we need YOU to make them a success!

  1. Quarterly mailout newsletter
  2. Improved physical signage on Community League grounds
  3. Smartphone App implementation
  4. New connected boardroom

Contact with a bit of information about yourself and how you would like to contribute!

Casino Volunteers Needed

The ICL has its next community casinos on August 27 and August 28, 2018. Please put these dates in your calendar.

For more information on roles and duties and to volunteer, go to:

Monies raised in the past have been used to replace the playground, upgrade the hall kitchen to a commercial grade kitchen for use by the Neighbourhood Table program and purchase other valuable community resources and assets.