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Information about volunteering and helping the 552 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Toronto, Ontario.

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Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention
120 Carlton St., Suite 315, Toronto, Ontario

The Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP) serves South Asian populations in the Greater Toronto Area, including its surrounding suburbs and regions. We offer health promotion and support for South Asians living with and affected by HIV and work with diverse communities on prevention education.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention


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Alliance Hospice
29 Gervais Dr, Suite 201, Toronto, Ontario

Alliance Hospice has deep roots in our community. Serving the people of Toronto since 1989, Alliance Hospice provides compassionate hospice palliative care. Alliance was born of the merger of Bayview Community Hospice, founded in 1988, to serve people in North York, and CommunityCARE Home Hospice, founded in 1990, to serve people with HIV/AIDS throughout the City of Toronto.

Keywords: Hospice and Palliative Care · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Alliance Hospice


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AlphaPlus
161 Eglinton Ave, Suite 704, Toronto, Ontario

AlphaPlus provides training, services, tools and resources to adult literacy agencies and educators in Ontario and Canada, serving adult learners in Deaf, Native, Francophone and Anglophone literacy streams.

Keywords: Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of AlphaPlus


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Alzheimer Society of Canada
Societe Alzheimer Du Canada
20 Eglinton Ave West, Suite 1600, Toronto, Ontario

Since 1978, we've been dedicated to providing help for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and their caregivers.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Alzheimer

Volunteer Profile of Alzheimer Society of Canada


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Alzheimer Society of Ontario
20 Eglinton Ave. W., Suite 1600, Toronto, Ontario

Since 1983, the Alzheimer Society of Ontario has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for Ontarians living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and advancing the search for the cause and cure.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Alzheimer

Volunteer Profile of Alzheimer Society of Ontario


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Alzheimer Society of Toronto
20 Eglinton Ave West, Suite 1600, Toronto, Ontario

Since 1983, the Alzheimer Society of Ontario has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for Ontarians living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and advancing the search for the cause and cure.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Alzheimer

Volunteer Profile of Alzheimer Society of Toronto


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American Schools of Oriental Research in Canada
Les Ecoles Americaines De Recherche Orientale Au Canada
4 Bancroft Avenue, University Of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

Keywords: Scholarships · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of American Schools of Oriental Research in Canada


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Amici Camping Charity
150 Eglinton Ave E, Suite 204, Toronto, Ontario

Amici sparks a change in the lives of underprivileged children using the transformational power of a summer camp experience.

Working with our summer camp partners, our funding helps to provide quality residential camp experiences to children, ages 7-17.

Keywords: Poverty · Children and Youth · Camps

Volunteer Profile of Amici Camping Charity


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Amnesty International Toronto Organization
1992 Yonge Street, 3rd floor, Toronto, Ontario

Amnesty International Toronto Organization (AITO) supports Amnesty International groups, entities, networks, and members in the Greater Toronto Area and is a registered charity with the Canada Revenue Agency.

Keywords: International · Advocacy and Human Rights

Volunteer Profile of Amnesty International Toronto Organization


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Angelwalk Theatre
10 Yeomans Road, Toronto, Ontario

Angelwalk Theatre is the only professional theatre company in Toronto dedicated to producing Off-Broadway style musical theatre. Founded in 2009, the company has successfully produced 15 Off-Broadway style musicals and has been nominated for 11 Dora Mavor Moore Awards.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Angelwalk Theatre


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Animal Alliance of Canada Project Jessie
221 Broadview Avenue, Suite 101, Toronto, Ontario

Project Jessie is a rescue network for lost, stray and abandoned cats and dogs in pounds where they are vulnerable to being sold for research. We also take animals from shelters who would otherwise euthanize them for inappropriate reasons such as overcrowding, older animals, medically needy animals, and animals that need socialization or have other challenges.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Animal Alliance of Canada Project Jessie


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Annex Cat Rescue
360A Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Annex Cat Rescue began in 1997 as a group of volunteers living primarily in the Annex neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada but have grown to include members throughout the city. We are a 100% volunteer run, not for profit registered charity (871653945 RR0001), with no office or shelter, and receive no government funding.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Annex Cat Rescue


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Aphasia Institute
73 Scarsdale Road, Toronto, Ontario

The Aphasia Institute is a Canadian community-based centre of excellence, pioneering programs and practices that help people with aphasia learn how to communicate in new ways, and begin to navigate their own lives again. Through direct service, research, education and training, the Aphasia Institute has built a reputation as a world leader and educator in aphasia.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Aphasia Institute


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Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St W, Toronto, Ontario

With a collection of more than 90,000 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America. From the vast body of Group of Seven and signature Canadian works to the African art gallery, from cutting-edge contemporary art to Peter Paul Rubens' masterpiece The Massacre of The Innocents, the AGO offers an incredible art experience with each visit.

Keywords: Galleries · Arts and Culture · Art

Volunteer Profile of Art Gallery of Ontario


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Arts Etobicoke
4893a Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Established in 1973 to provide a united voice for the local arts community, we are recognized as one of Canada's finest community arts councils. We are proud to support established and aspiring artists of all ages and backgrounds with a broad variety of activities and services, including arts education, advocacy, community space and much more.

Keywords: Galleries · Arts and Culture · Art

Volunteer Profile of Arts Etobicoke


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Asian Community AIDS Services
17 Isabella Street, 1st Floor, Toronto, Ontario

Asian Community AIDS Services (ACAS) is a charitable, non-profit, community-based organization located in Toronto, Canada. We provide safer sex education and services to the East and Southeast Asian communities and support services to persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ communities.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Asian Community AIDS Services


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Bad Dog Theatre Company
138 Danforth Ave, Toronto, Ontario

For over 30 years, the award-winning Bad Dog Theatre Company (previously known as Theatresports Toronto) has specialized in the art of unscripted comedy and improvised performance, and has provided affordable, accessible improv training for thousands of people of all ages and experience.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Bad Dog Theatre Company


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Baker Centre Health Care Foundation
1 Northwestern Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

As a not-for-profit organization, the Harold & Grace Baker Centre often has to rely on the generosity of others in order to replace aging equipment, undertake building maintenance projects and to be able to offer certain programs. In January, 1998, the Baker Centre Health Care Foundation was established with a mission of raising funds for the Baker Centre. A volunteer Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the Foundation.

Keywords: Health Centres · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Baker Centre Health Care Foundation


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Ballet Creole
375 Dovercourt Road, Toronto, Ontario

Established in August 1990, Ballet Creole comprises both a professional ensemble of dancers and musicians, as well as a Professional School of Performing Arts. With an emphasis on the disciplines of the Caribbean and Africa, Ballet Creole focuses on traditional and contemporary dance while infusing music from around the world.

Keywords: Dance · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Ballet Creole


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Bannockburn School
12 Bannockburn Ave, Toronto, Ontario

Bannockburn's story begins with a community of parents and educators united by a lifelong love of learning. Local families and educators from North Toronto and North York neighbourhoods were passionate about giving their children an authentic, exceptional Montessori education. In 1993, under the leadership of founder Adalove Gorrie, the Children's Montessori Independent School (CMIS) opened its doors to a tightly-knit and supportive community.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Bannockburn School




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Aboriginal Pavilion The Arthritis Society

The Arthritis Society is dedicated to a vision of living well while creating a future without arthritis. The Society is Canada's principal health charity providing education, programs and support to the over 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis.


Aboriginal Pavilion Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

Since 1986, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation has been at the forefront of a nation-wide movement to raise awareness and mobilize action on breast cancer. Today, the Foundation is the leading organization in Canada dedicated to creating a future without breast cancer. Our investments in vital research, education and health promotion programs have led progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.


Aboriginal Pavilion Free The Children

Free The Children is an international charity and educational partner, operating collaborative programs both domestically and internationally.


Aboriginal Pavilion Geneva Centre for Autism - Worktopia Program

Geneva Centre for Autism is an international leader in the development and delivery of clinical intervention services and training.


Aboriginal Pavilion Girl Guides of Canada

Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada, the organization of choice for girls and women, makes a positive difference in the life of every girl and woman who experiences Guiding so she can contribute responsibly to her communities.


Aboriginal Pavilion The Peer Project-Youth Assisting Youth

The Peer Project helps at-risk and newcomer children and youth find their way, by pairing them with a youth mentor who can offer support and guidance.


Aboriginal Pavilion ShelterBox Canada

ShelterBox responds to disasters around the world, providing the emergency shelter and lifesaving supplies families need to survive in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.


Aboriginal Pavilion Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto

Established in 1981, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Toronto provides a 'home away from home' for seriously ill children and their families to heal better together.


Aboriginal Pavilion Bleecker Wellesley Activity Network

We at the Bleecker/Wellesley Activity Network help create a happier, healthier environment for the seniors and disabled. We service a low income community in downtown Toronto, Ontario to help them reach out and break the isolation factor that is so prevelant in our present day society.

To provide our seniors with a feeling of safety, caring and independence. Our focus is to build stronger community awareness to help our most vulnerable residents to develop new friendships and get involved in outside activities making them less lonely and at less risk health and safety wise. Empowering our seniors and the physically or mentally disabled to establish relationships through community events and buddy systems so there is less isolation. Giving them the venues to become more self assured individuals and have others to reach out to break their isolation factor.


Aboriginal Pavilion Special Olympics Ontario

Special Olympics promotes opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and develop skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community.



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