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Information about volunteering and helping the 25 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

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AIDS Committee of Thunder Bay
574 Memorial Avenue, Thunder Bay, Ontario

AIDS Thunder Bay is the leading source for confidential HIV / AIDS information and support in Northwestern Ontario.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of AIDS Committee of Thunder Bay


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Canadian Mental Health Association Thunder Bay Branch
200 Van Norman St, Thunder Bay, Ontario

An inclusive community that promotes emotional well being, human dignity and social justice where people are valued and opportunities in all aspects of life are available to everyone.

Keywords: Mental Health · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Canadian Mental Health Association Thunder Bay Branch


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Communities Together for Children
425 N Edward St, Northwood Park Plaza, Thunder Bay, Ontario

CTC is a model, non-profit Child Care Resource and Referral Agency providing families, caregivers, and educators with support, information, resources, and professional development in areas related to children and families in the City & District of Thunder Bay.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Communities Together for Children


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Community Living Thunder Bay
1501 Dease Street, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Community Living Thunder Bay (CLTB) operates under a chapter issued on October 22nd, 1954 in response to parents brought together by their concern about lack of educational opportunities for their children. During the 1950's and 1960s the Association was involved in the development of pre-schools, developmental centre, schools, workshops and parent support services. Many people gave freely of their time to develop these services and to seek government support to maintain and expand upon the small base of services for people with a developmental disability.

Keywords: Independence · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Community Living Thunder Bay


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Founders' Museum & Pioneer Village
307 Euclid Ave, Suite 264, Thunder Bay, Ontario

With the Museum making use of the 'self-guided' tour format, we are seeking more volunteer assistance to interact with the guests who visit the museum site. We strive to offer a fun volunteering environment where our volunteers enjoy interacting with the public to help ensure our guests have the best possible experience when visiting Founders' Museum & Pioneer Village.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact us and let us know where and when you would like to lend a hand.

We are also seeking Students who need to obtain their volunteer hours for school.

Please Contact Lois Garrity via Email: opmuse2@tbaytel.net

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Founders' Museum & Pioneer Village


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Friends of Olivia Foundation
2218 E Isabella St, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Miss Olivia Biron was born to her loving parents Mario & Jennifer Biron on November 22 2001. As a small infant Olivia was diagnosed with multiple heart defects and was flown from the hospital in Thunder Bay to Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. Her family felt the emotional and financial strain of being in Toronto as they waited for a new heart for baby Olivia.

Keywords: Health Centres · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Friends of Olivia Foundation


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Hoofer's Haven
RR 6 First Concession Road, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Home of the Potbellied Pig

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Hoofer's Haven


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Local Dog Rescue
732 Sprague Street, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Local Dog Rescue Thunder Bay

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Local Dog Rescue


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Lutheran Community Care Centre of Thunder Bay
245B Bay Street, Thunder Bay, Ontario

With compassion and respect, the physical, spiritual, emotional, social and economic needs of individuals and families in the Northern Region of Ontario are met, enabling them to develop to their potential as citizens.

Keywords: Religion · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Lutheran Community Care Centre of Thunder Bay


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New Hope Dog Rescue
Thunder Bay, Ontario

New Hope Dog Rescue will provide care and compassion in a safe environment, daily care and any necessary medical treatment for all dogs in our rescue. Without exception, all adult dogs will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Puppies too young to be altered will be adopted on strict spay/neuter contracts. New Hope Dog Rescue will make every effort to treat dogs that are considered "not adoptable" to allow them to transform into dogs ready for forever homes. Sick, injured, traumatized, infant or undersocalized dogs will receive medical treatment, training and/or loving foster care to allow them to become healthy animals ready for a forever home.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of New Hope Dog Rescue


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Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame
219 May St S, Thunder Bay, Ontario

The Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was established in Thunder Bay in 1978 with a mandate to preserve and honour our region's rich and proud sports heritage.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation

Volunteer Profile of Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame


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Norwest Community Health Centres
525 Simpson Street, Thunder Bay, Ontario

The NorWest Community Health Centres provide health care and health promotion programs in Armstrong, Longlac, and in Thunder Bay. As part of a network of 73 Community Health Centres, we have been providing services for more than 20 years.

Keywords: Health Centres · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Norwest Community Health Centres


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Our Kids Count
704 McKenzie Street, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Our Kids Count (OKC) is a community development project aimed at fostering the health and development of children age 6 and under in families in need of support. This project involves families in all aspects of program planning, implementation and evaluation. Through other funding sources and community partnerships OKC provides support to families with children of all ages, teens, older adults, men etc.

Keywords: Family Support · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Our Kids Count


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St Patrick's Cathedral
211 South Archibald St, Thunder Bay, Ontario

St. Patrick's Cathedral is situated on the corner of Donald and Archibald Streets in Thunder Bay. It is both a Parish Church and the Mother Church of the Diocese of Thunder Bay.

Keywords: Religion

Volunteer Profile of St Patrick's Cathedral


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The Northwestern Ontario Women's Centre
184 Camelot St, Thunder Bay, Ontario

The Northwestern Ontario Women's Centre is a non-profit, community based, feminist organization. We rely on donations and government funding to maintain an accessible location and to respond to the needs of Northwestern Ontario women.

Our mission is to create and advocate for safe and supportive environments so that women can fully engage in their lives and communities. The Centre works with women to increase their access to knowledge, skills and resources so they can make informed and strategic choices.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of The Northwestern Ontario Women's Centre


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Thunder Bay and District Humane Society
1535 Rosslyn Road, Thunder Bay, Ontario

The Thunder Bay & District Humane Society is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing care and shelter to animals in need and investigating and enforcing animal cruelty laws. We are an open door for life shelter offering food, veterinarian care and shelter to animals who have been neglected, abandoned, abused, or whose owners simply can't care for them anymore.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Thunder Bay and District Humane Society


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Thunder Bay Boys' and Girls' Club
270 Windsor St, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Boys & Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay has been serving Thunder Bay's children and youth for over 40 years. We aim to provide a positive experience to all our members between 4-18 years of age. Through our programs and services, we promote a sense of belonging, self esteem, appreciation and ensure there is something for everyone at the club.

Keywords: Leadership · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Thunder Bay Boys' and Girls' Club


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Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers Inc
1200 Balmoral St, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers continues to have an impact on crime. Through its partnership with Thunder Bay Police and other law enforcement agencies, Crime Stoppers has become an important tool for investigators.

Crime Stoppers is a not for profit entity that is run by a volunteer board of directors from our community. The mandate of the organization is simple, fight crime though anonymous tips. It's a formula that works!

Keywords: Justice and Legal · Crime Prevention

Volunteer Profile of Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers Inc


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Thunder Bay Field Naturalists Club
Thunder Bay, Ontario

The Thunder Bay Field Naturalists club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of natural history, the wise use of natural resources, the preservation of natural areas, and teaching the public to understand and protect nature.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Thunder Bay Field Naturalists Club


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Thunder Bay Literacy Group
2100 Nipigon Road, Conmee Building, Thunder Bay, Ontario

The Thunder Bay Literacy Group is a community-based adult learning organization. We welcome and support adults in Thunder Bay who wish to improve their basic reading, writing, math and computer skills in a self-directed manner.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Adult Learning

Volunteer Profile of Thunder Bay Literacy Group




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Northern Lights Festival Boreal Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers Inc

Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers continues to have an impact on crime. Through its partnership with Thunder Bay Police and other law enforcement agencies, Crime Stoppers has become an important tool for investigators.

Crime Stoppers is a not for profit entity that is run by a volunteer board of directors from our community. The mandate of the organization is simple, fight crime though anonymous tips. It's a formula that works!


Northern Lights Festival Boreal Friends of Olivia Foundation

Miss Olivia Biron was born to her loving parents Mario & Jennifer Biron on November 22 2001. As a small infant Olivia was diagnosed with multiple heart defects and was flown from the hospital in Thunder Bay to Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. Her family felt the emotional and financial strain of being in Toronto as they waited for a new heart for baby Olivia.


Northern Lights Festival Boreal Founders' Museum & Pioneer Village

With the Museum making use of the 'self-guided' tour format, we are seeking more volunteer assistance to interact with the guests who visit the museum site. We strive to offer a fun volunteering environment where our volunteers enjoy interacting with the public to help ensure our guests have the best possible experience when visiting Founders' Museum & Pioneer Village.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact us and let us know where and when you would like to lend a hand.

We are also seeking Students who need to obtain their volunteer hours for school.

Please Contact Lois Garrity via Email: opmuse2@tbaytel.net


Northern Lights Festival Boreal Community Living Thunder Bay

Community Living Thunder Bay (CLTB) operates under a chapter issued on October 22nd, 1954 in response to parents brought together by their concern about lack of educational opportunities for their children. During the 1950's and 1960s the Association was involved in the development of pre-schools, developmental centre, schools, workshops and parent support services. Many people gave freely of their time to develop these services and to seek government support to maintain and expand upon the small base of services for people with a developmental disability.


Northern Lights Festival Boreal Communities Together for Children

CTC is a model, non-profit Child Care Resource and Referral Agency providing families, caregivers, and educators with support, information, resources, and professional development in areas related to children and families in the City & District of Thunder Bay.


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Volunteer Thunder Bay is a leader in promoting, supporting and developing volunteerism in Thunder Bay and region to enhance quality of life for all.


Northern Lights Festival Boreal AIDS Committee of Thunder Bay

AIDS Thunder Bay is the leading source for confidential HIV / AIDS information and support in Northwestern Ontario.


Northern Lights Festival Boreal Thunder Bay Field Naturalists Club

The Thunder Bay Field Naturalists club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of natural history, the wise use of natural resources, the preservation of natural areas, and teaching the public to understand and protect nature.


Northern Lights Festival Boreal Thunder Bay Literacy Group

The Thunder Bay Literacy Group is a community-based adult learning organization. We welcome and support adults in Thunder Bay who wish to improve their basic reading, writing, math and computer skills in a self-directed manner.


Northern Lights Festival Boreal United Way of Thunder Bay

The United Way of Thunder Bay is leading the way to a better community by improving the quality of life for all local people.



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