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Epilepsy Toronto

Epilepsy Toronto

Over the past 50 years, Epilepsy Toronto has been the place where Torontonians living with epilepsy can learn more about their condition, get the help they need and be a part of a family of caring and supporting people. Epilepsy Toronto prioritizes individual needs, the importance of living as independently as possible and the benefits of community engagement. Our programs address all aspects of epilepsy from the first diagnosis of a child, to the struggles that young people face, to adult needs such as employment and relationships.

Keywords: Health and Medicine , Disorders



Epilepsy Toronto
468 Queen St. East, Suite 210, Toronto, ON M5A1T7

Epilepsy Toronto url http://www.epilepsytoronto.org/

Epilepsy Toronto Phone Number 416-964-9095

Epilepsy Toronto Email address volunteers@epilepsytoronto.org



Volunteer Information for Epilepsy Toronto

What services does your organization provide?
Epilepsy Toronto provides services including:
-Children and youth services
-Adult services
-Support groups
-Employment services
-Outreach programs
-Counseling
And much more!


Do you have any age requirements?
For many of our volunteer positions the minimum age requirement is 15 years old.


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
For some positions, it is an asset to speak a second language.


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?
Most volunteer positions are event-based. Our two main events happen in December and August. These events require a minimum commitment of about 10 hours (two shifts) throughout the whole event.


Are there any other requirements for being a volunteer?
A great attitude!


Are there any specific skills and experience required?
Skills and experience required depend on the volunteer position.


What type of volunteer positions are typically available?
Most of our volunteer positions are during our two largest events - our Gift Wrap Campaign in December, and Scotiabank BuskerFest in support of Epilepsy Toronto in August.


Do you provide training for volunteers?
For BuskerFest, training before the event is provided. It consists of a two hour session which provides volunteers with all the knowledge they require to do their position.


How will a person benefit from volunteering with Epilepsy Toronto?
Volunteering at our events is fun!


Do you accept high school students?
We accept high school students who are looking to fulfill their graduation requirement of 40 volunteer hours.




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