Why Volunteer?

When you help others, you also help yourself. Learn more below!

Unique groups volunteer for many reasons. Learn about them below!

Families Volunteer

Families that volunteer together help others, give back to their community and have fun at the same time. Special events are often a good way to get started. Share your family values and aspirations through volunteer opportunities.

Youth Volunteer

Learn new skills, gain work experience, and build your resume through volunteering. You will meet new people and gain confidence. Volunteering can be both rewarding and fun.

Career Transitions

Considering a career change? Volunteering can help you explore new avenues and can open doors to new employment opportunities. Find your passion through volunteer experiences and give back to the community as you transition along your career path.

Immigrants Volunteer

Starting a new life in another country brings many opportunities and challenges. Immigrants volunteer to gain work experience, build their resumes, practice English, meet new people, and experience the culture of their new home. Volunteering is a great way to embrace Canadian values through helping out in the community.

Boomers Volunteer

As Baby Boomers begin to retire from the workforce, many wonder what to do with their free time. Volunteering is a great way to help others, to give back to the community, to meet new people, and have some fun.

Seniors Volunteer

Seniors volunteer to share their wealth of skills or to learn new and different skills. Seniors have knowledge that is valuable to the community. Volunteering is a great way to engage with others, share your experiences, and continue to learn because we're never to old to learn something new.