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Information about Immigrant and Refugee Organizations in Toronto offering volunteer opportunities. You can also view additional results of Immigrant and Refugee Organizations from other locations in Ontario or expand your results by changing the location from the menu to the right.

Groups that focus on immigrants and refugees specialize in aiding newcomers to Canada (or to a specific province or city). This can include integration services, language studies, employment, and housing.



Bleecker Wellesley Activity Network

Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services
340 College Street, Suite 500, Toronto, Ontario

Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services improves health outcomes for the most vulnerable immigrants, refugees, and their communities. We do this by facilitating access to services and addressing systemic inequities.

Keywords: Women · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender · Immigrants and Refugees · Health · Family Support · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services


Bleecker Wellesley Activity Network

Bloor Information and Life Skills Centre
672 Dupont St, Suite 314, Toronto, Ontario

Bloor Information and Life Skills Centre (BILS) was founded in 1971 as a community based non-profit multi ethnic agency. We provide culturally sensitive services in Albanian, Bengali, Cantonese, English, Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish and Urdu. All of our services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. We are committed towards providing services in an environment which is free from discrimination and harassment.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Housing · Employment and Careers · Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Bloor Information and Life Skills Centre


Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants

Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants
102 Bloor St. West, Suite 710, Toronto, Ontario

Collaboration Partners is a volunteer professional services organisation providing pro-bono consulting and advisory services to not-for-profits in need of assistance.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Employment and Careers · Education and Literacy · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants


Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants

Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women
2350 Finch Avenue West, Unit D, Toronto, Ontario

We provide services focused on promoting healthy families, community relationships and economic self-sufficiency. We believe this work helps empower immigrant and newcomer women, seniors, and families to enjoy all rights and benefits of living in Canada.

Keywords: Women · Seniors · Immigrants and Refugees · Family Services

Volunteer Profile of Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women


Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants

Gaden Relief Projects
637 Christie Street, Toronto, Ontario

Because we were moved by the suffering of Tibetans throughout Asia, and having recognized our tremendous debt to the ordained and lay communities of Tibetan Buddhists in keeping the rich teachings of the Tibetan lineage of Buddhism alive, the Gaden Relief Projects focus on alleviating their material needs. Gaden Relief is also helping Buddhists in India and Mongolia because of their deep spiritual links to Tibet.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees

Volunteer Profile of Gaden Relief Projects


Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants

JIAS Toronto

Branch: JIAS Toronto LINC School 15 Hove Street, Toronto, Ontario

JIAS was established in 1922 to help Jews build a new life in Canada. Today, JIAS Toronto is a government and community funded immigrant service organization providing comprehensive services to 8,000 immigrants a year. Founded by the Jewish community, we remain rooted in Jewish values and guided by the principle of "welcoming the strangers in our midst". With locations in both Toronto and York Region, we reach out to welcome and provide a full range of information, settlement and integration services to all newcomer communities in the languages they speak and in close proximity to where they live.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Employment and Careers · Education and Literacy · Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of JIAS Toronto


Collaboration Partners Social Impact Consultants

Matthew House Refugee Reception Services
67 Shirley Street, Toronto, Ontario

Matthew House grew out of the vision of its founder, Anne Woolger, who had worked for many years at a city-run shelter for refugees in Toronto. There her eyes were opened to the plight of refugee claimants who were arriving in Canada seeking asylum as refugees but had no place to stay. Recognizing the need for caring shelters geared specifically toward the unique settlement needs of refugee claimants, Anne approached her denominational leaders and shared her vision of establishing a Christian-based reception home that would provide a warm welcome for refugee claimants in a caring home-like setting.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees

Volunteer Profile of Matthew House Refugee Reception Services


Neighbourhood Link Support Services

Neighbourhood Link Support Services
3036 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Neighbourhood Link Support Services is a non-profit support service agency working to help newcomers, youth, unemployed, seniors and the marginally housed, primarily in the east Toronto community to live independently and with dignity.

Keywords: Seniors · Immigrants and Refugees · Housing · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Neighbourhood Link Support Services


Neighbourhood Link Support Services

Parkdale Intercultural Association
1205 Queen St W., Unit 5, Toronto, Ontario

Parkdale Intercultural Association is a non-profit, charitable, community-based organization which provides free settlement programs and services to refugees and new immigrants, and engages in community development process to nurture healthy, equitable and sustainable community that builds on the rich diversity of Parkdale.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees

Volunteer Profile of Parkdale Intercultural Association


Neighbourhood Link Support Services

Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services

Branch: Admin Office 17 Four Seasons Place, Suite 102, Toronto, Ontario

Much like the rich fabric that is Canadian culture, our Polycultural family reflects the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining an open, inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Education and Literacy · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services


Neighbourhood Link Support Services

Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services

Branch: Toronto South West 27 Roncesvalles Ave, Suite 407, Toronto, Ontario

Much like the rich fabric that is Canadian culture, our Polycultural family reflects the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining an open, inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Education and Literacy · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services


Neighbourhood Link Support Services

Toronto Centre for Community Learning and Development
269 Gerrard St. East, 2nd floor of the Parliament Library, Toronto, Ontario

The Centre for Community Learning & Development offers you wide range of educational opportunities to help you shape your dreams into realities. Discover the program that will help you change your life and change our community.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Education and Literacy · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Toronto Centre for Community Learning and Development


Toronto Friends of Refugees

Toronto Friends of Refugees
Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Friends of Refugees is a collective of community members and friends based in Toronto, Canada who came together on World Refugee Day 2013 to respond to the global refugee crisis in a practical way and at the local level.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Toronto Friends of Refugees


Toronto Friends of Refugees

United Way Toronto
26 Wellington St E, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario

As the largest non-governmental supporter of social services in the region, we're dedicated to creating the opportunities people need to improve their lives and build a better future. Our work is fuelled by groundbreaking research and powerful partnerships, which allow us to identify gaps and responsibly mobilize volunteer and financial resources for the most direct impact: effecting positive and lasting change, right here where we all live, work and raise our families.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Family Support · Family Services · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of United Way Toronto


Toronto Friends of Refugees

Woodgreen Community Services
815 Danforth Ave., Suite 402, Toronto, Ontario

WoodGreen Community Services makes thousands of opportunities for thousands of Torontonians, thousands of times a day.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Housing · Family Services · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Woodgreen Community Services






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