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Information about non-profit and charitable organizations in Ontario offering volunteer opportunities. You can narrow your results from the menu to the right by selecting a location, category or specific organization based in Ontario.


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Deafblind Ontario Services

Development of Ontarian Engineers and Resources Inc
62 Warwick Ave, Ajax, Ontario

Development of Ontarian Engineers and Resources Inc. (DOERs) is a registered not-for-profit charitable organization established in 2004 which aims to educate and train Ontarian Internationally Trained Engineers (ITEs) to meet Canadian engineering standards through direct work opportunities.

Keywords: Science and Technology · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of Development of Ontarian Engineers and Resources Inc


Deafblind Ontario Services

Devxchange International Programs
Barrie, Ontario

DevXchange is a registered Canadian charity that believes international development is a two-way exchange. It benefits both giver and receiver.

We assist compassionate Canadians who want to positively change our world by working directly with community organizations in developing countries . We provide administrative and technical support to these volunteers as well as tax-deductible receipts for their donors.

Keywords: Poverty · International

Volunteer Profile of Devxchange International Programs


Deafblind Ontario Services

Diefenbunker Canada's Cold War Museum
Musee Canadien De La Guerre Froide
3911 Carp Road, Carp, Ontario

The Diefenbunker is a four-story, 300 room, 100,000 square foot underground bunker, and was meant to house 535 Canadian government officials and military officers in the event of a nuclear war. Shrouded in mystery, the Diefenbunker, nicknamed after then Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, was designed and built in secrecy during the crest of Cold War fear, between 1959 and 1961. The name of the facility was given by a Toronto Star journalist who exposed a story of its development.

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Diefenbunker Canada's Cold War Museum


Deafblind Ontario Services

Dignitas International
2 Adelaide St W, Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario

Dignitas International is a medical and research organization dedicated to improving health care for people facing a high burden of disease and unequal access to services. We are committed to working with patients, health workers, researchers and policymakers to tackle the barriers to health care.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Dignitas International


Deafblind Ontario Services

Discoverability
20 York Mills Road, Suite 210, North York, Ontario

DiscoverAbility is powered by mentoring. At our unique workshops, professionals mentor to university students, who mentor to high school students, who mentor to elementary students. We created a dynamic environment where children, youth and young adults from all levels of education come together to share knowledge and explore ideas.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Discoverability


Distress Centre Durham

Distress Centre Durham
306 Brock St. N., Whitby, Ontario

Offers emotional support, crisis de-escalation and suicide management or intervention to people in Durham Region through our 24-Hour Helpline.

Keywords: Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of Distress Centre Durham


Distress Centre Niagara

Distress Centre Niagara
Pen Centre-Glendale Ave, Box 25014, St. Catharines, Ontario

Distress Centre Niagara is a 24-hour, free, confidential and anonymous telephone crisis intervention support service available to anyone in need in the Niagara Region. In order to enhance support services and public trust in our communities, we conduct community education and outreach through workshops, events and partnerships.

Keywords: Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of Distress Centre Niagara


Distress Centre Niagara

Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region
Box 3457, Station C, Ottawa, Ontario

We are the people who are here, day or night, 24/7, to answer the calls from those who are reaching out for help. Callers may have simple questions, or they may be in crisis. Either way, with more than 200 volunteers answering nearly 50,000 calls a year, we provide an integral, important and vital service in the community.

Keywords: Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region


Distress Centre Niagara

Distress Centre Peel
Mississauga, Ontario

Our services are confidential, easy to access, non-judgemental and are totally free.

Keywords: Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of Distress Centre Peel


Distress Centre Niagara

Distress Centres of Toronto
Box 243, Adelaide P.O., Toronto, Ontario

Since 1967, as an initially modest outreach of a concerned group of community leaders, the Distress Centres has provided 24-hour telephone support, 365 days a year. Hundreds of thousands of calls later, this agency continues to offer round the clock response to those experiencing emotional distress or in need of crisis intervention and suicide prevention. We also provide face-to-face support and counseling to people dealing with the effects of suicide and homicide.

Keywords: Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of Distress Centres of Toronto


Doane House Hospice

Doane House Hospice
17100 Yonge Street, Newmarket, Ontario

Doane House Hospice promotes living every moment, and offers individuals diagnosed with a life threatening illness, compassion, support and hope.

Keywords: Hospice and Palliative Care · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Doane House Hospice


Doane House Hospice

Doctors Without Borders Canada
Medecins Sans Frontieres Canada
720 Spadina Ave, Suite 402, Toronto, Ontario

Doctors Without Borders/M‚decins Sans FrontiŠres (MSF) is the world's leading independent international medical relief organization, implementing and managing medical projects in close to 70 countries worldwide and with national offices in 21 countries.

Keywords: International · Health · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Doctors Without Borders Canada


Doane House Hospice

Dog-Ma Pet Rescue
Toronto, Ontario

DOG - MA PET RESCUE is a small group of volunteers who commit their time and love to the care of abused, abandoned, homeless and neglected pets. Each pet which comes into one of our volunteer's home is provided with the best veterinary care and training possible, so that they are ready for a permanent place in their new forever home.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Dog-Ma Pet Rescue


Doane House Hospice

Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services
1700 Wilson Ave, Suite 211, North York, Ontario

Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services provides community development programs & services in 3 northwest Toronto neighbourhood - Chalkfarm, Daystrom & Falstaff

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services


Doane House Hospice

Dovercourt Recreation Association
411 Dovercourt Ave, Ottawa, Ontario

Dovercourt Recreation Association (DRA) is a not for profit charitable organization (Registered Charity No. 11944 4263 RR0001) dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community through recreation programs.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Dovercourt Recreation Association


Down Syndrome Association of Toronto

Down Syndrome Association of Toronto
40 Wynford Drive, Suite 303, Toronto, Ontario

The Down Syndrome Association of Toronto (DSAT) is a parent organized and led registered Canadian Charity which works to achieve the goals of maximization of individual potential, integration, and full participation of persons with Down syndrome in the community.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Down Syndrome Association of Toronto


Down Syndrome Association of Toronto

Down Syndrome Caring Parents Niagara
7 Bellevue Terrace, Niagara Falls, Ontario

We are hoping this becomes a place where we can meet other local parents, organize get-togethers, update each other on group events, and share in celebrating our children's achievements.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Down Syndrome Caring Parents Niagara


Downsview Services for Seniors

Downsview Services for Seniors
497 Wilson Ave, North York, Ontario

Downsview Services for Seniors aspires to meet the needs of older adults and their caregivers in our diverse community by providing equitable, accessible, high quality services to support and foster independent living.

Keywords: Seniors · Independence · Hunger · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Downsview Services for Seniors


Dr Roz's Healing Place

Dr Roz's Healing Place
Cliffcrest Plaza, Scarborough, Ontario

Dr. Roz's Healing Place is a Centre for Empowerment and Healing that works towards the eradication of violence against women and their children locally, nationally and globally.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of Dr Roz's Healing Place


Dr Roz's Healing Place

Drayton Theatres Inc
33 Wellington Street South, Drayton, Ontario

Drayton Entertainment is a registered, not-for-profit charitable organization, and one of Canada's most successful professional theatre companies. From Broadway musicals, to laugh-a-minute comedies and riveting dramas, Drayton Entertainment presents the finest in live theatre for all ages at seven unique venues across Ontario: the Drayton Festival Theatre in Drayton, the Dunfield Theatre Cambridge in Cambridge, Huron Country Playhouse and Playhouse II in Grand Bend, King's Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene, and St. Jacobs Country Playhouse and the Schoolhouse Theatre in St. Jacobs.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Drayton Theatres Inc


Dream Now Canada

Dream Now Canada
377 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Helping young people start community projects. Helping people get jobs that make money and do good.

Keywords: Science and Technology · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of Dream Now Canada


Dress for Success Toronto

Dress for Success Toronto
188 Lowther Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Dress for Success Toronto's mission is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and career development tools.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of Dress for Success Toronto


Dress for Success Toronto

Dress Your Best
188 Lowther Avenue, The Walmer Centre, 3rd floor, Toronto, Ontario

Dress Your Best is operated by the Live to Give Relief Organization which has focused on promoting the economic independence of disadvantaged men across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) since 2000. The generous support of community clothing and financial donations has enabled us to continue to supply men with high-quality, professional apparel for job interviews and employment. In 2013 alone, we provided approximately 600 outfits to our male clients.

Keywords: Employment and Careers

Volunteer Profile of Dress Your Best


Dress for Success Toronto

Drummond House
67 5th Concession Road East, Waterdown, Ontario

Drummond House is the first project of Eagle's Nest Association of Waterdown, Ontario. It was birthed by Debra Tigchelaar who had a vision to have a "home" for women and their children during a time of distress. Debra shared this vision years later to Ross and Linda Drummond who own a large century home on an apple farm in Waterdown, Ontario.

Keywords: Women · Homeless and Housing

Volunteer Profile of Drummond House


Dress for Success Toronto

Dundas Community Services
2 King Street West, Unit 3A, Dundas, Ontario

Dundas Community Services (DCS) is a volunteer-driven organization that supports individuals, families, seniors and persons with disabilities through a wide range of programs, services and information.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Dundas Community Services


Dress for Success Toronto

Dundas Historical Society Museum
139 Park St. W., Dundas, Ontario

The mandate of the Historical Society was to search out, collect, preserve and record historical records and artifacts which told the story of the town of Dundas and its nearby townships. The items were stored and preserved in the best manner possible. However as the quantity increased it became evident that a building was needed; one specific to the unique needs of an historical collection.

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Dundas Historical Society Museum


Dress for Success Toronto

Dundas Valley Foundation
4 Highland Park Dr, Dundas, Ontario

The Dundas Valley School of Art (DVSA) is an independent, not-for-profit art school serving the Hamilton area continuously since 1964. We are leaders in the cultural development of the region and, with an annual enrollment of over 4,200 students aged two to 102, we play a vital role in the art education of the community.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Adult Learning

Volunteer Profile of Dundas Valley Foundation


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham Hospice
201 - 1650 Dundas St. E, Whitby, Ontario

Hospice is not a place; it is a concept of care. Hospice is about caring when cure is not possible. Hospice is about maximizing the quality of life during the last stages and is provided as a complement to professional medical care.

Keywords: Hospice and Palliative Care · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Durham Hospice


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham Region Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada
6 Somerset St., Whitby, Ontario

The Durham Region Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada fundraises for cystic fibrosis research and care, in the hope of finding a cure or control for this devastating disease. The Chapter also provides support to families and third-party fundraisers, as well as raising awareness about cystic fibrosis within the community.

Keywords: Health · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Durham Region Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre
15 Colborne St E, Oshawa, Ontario

Whether you're looking for a job, or looking to hire, the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre can help.

Keywords: Employment and Careers

Volunteer Profile of Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham Warm Water Aquatic Program
404 Burns St W, Whitby, Ontario

Durham Warm Water Aquatic Program consists of gentle exercises performed in a warm water pool. This program has been designed to maintain or improve joint mobility, range of motion and a general feeling of well-being. Exercise is also beneficial to the circulatory, respiratory and muscular systems.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Durham Warm Water Aquatic Program


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham West Arts Centre
1867 Valley Farm Road, Pickering Recreation Complex, Pickering, Ontario

The Durham West Arts Centre is a 'hub' organization working to establish links with artists, arts groups and arts lovers. We want to meet and talk to the groups and individuals who are willing to help build the infrastructure for a permanent arts centre in Pickering.

Keywords: Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Durham West Arts Centre


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham Youth Housing and Support Services
82 Kings Crescent, Ajax, Ontario

Durham Youth Housing and Support Services is committed to our vision and our mission to serve at-risk and homeless youth in Durham Region.

Keywords: Homeless and Housing · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Durham Youth Housing and Support Services


Dress for Success Toronto

Durham Youth Orchestra
755 Waverly Street North, Oshawa, Ontario

Established in 1993 by Oshawa violinist John Beaton, the Durham Youth Orchestra provides young musicians with the enriching experience of performing music by many great composers, including Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky. The goal of the DYO is to nurture the artistic and personal growth of young musicians through the experience of playing orchestral masterpieces.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Durham Youth Orchestra


Dying With Dignity Canada

Dying With Dignity Canada
55 Eglinton Ave E, Suite 802, Toronto, Ontario

We help people understand all their end of life choices and work for choice in dying for all Canadians.

Keywords: Advocacy and Human Rights

Volunteer Profile of Dying With Dignity Canada


Dying With Dignity Canada

Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association (DEBRA) Canada
1500 Upper Middle Rd, Unit 3, Oakville, Ontario

DEBRA Canada is a voluntary, non- profit registered charitable organization dedicated to providing support for families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), and to heighten awareness across Canada around this challenging disease.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association (DEBRA) Canada


EAB Living Green Barrie

EAB Living Green Barrie
Barrie, Ontario

Since its inception EAB has delivered a variety of innovative environmental services and program for the community.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of EAB Living Green Barrie


EAB Living Green Barrie

Earlscourt-Creche Child Development Institute
197 Euclid Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Child Development Institute (CDI), an accredited children's mental health agency in Toronto, is a groundbreaker in developing innovative programming. We offer evidence-based programs for children ages 0-12 and youth ages 13-18, and their families across four streams: Early Intervention Services, Family Violence Services, the Integra Program and Healthy Child Development.

Keywords: Family Support · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Earlscourt-Creche Child Development Institute


EAB Living Green Barrie

Earth Day Canada
Jour De La Terre Canada
111 Peter Street, Suite 503, Toronto, Ontario

Celebrated every year on April 22, Earth Day is the largest environmental event in the world. More than six million Canadians-including nearly every school-aged child-participate in an Earth Day activity in their communities. We partner with and support hundreds of organizations across the country, as they engage Canadians in annual celebrations of this special day.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Earth Day Canada


EAB Living Green Barrie

Earth Day Hamilton-Burlington
17 Head Street, Hamilton, Ontario

Earth Day Hamilton-Burlington is a volunteer driven non-profit organization committed to improving the environment through initiatives at schools, with business, and with the community. We are an accredited coordinator of Earth Day Canada.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Earth Day Hamilton-Burlington


EAB Living Green Barrie

Earthroots
401 Richmond St W, Suite 410, Toronto, Ontario

A grassroots environmental organization dedicated to protecting Ontario's wilderness, wildlife and watersheds through research, education and action.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Earthroots


EAB Living Green Barrie

East and West Parry Sound Victim Services
25 Church St, Parry Sound, Ontario

East and West Parry Sound Victim Services is a community-based service, which provides short-term emotional support and practical assistance to people affected by crime, trauma, and tragic circumstance. Referrals are received from police, fire, and hospital personnel. The services can also be accessed directly by you.

Keywords: Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of East and West Parry Sound Victim Services


East Parry Sound Literacy Council

East Parry Sound Literacy Council
324 Hwy 124, Box 280, South River, Ontario

Basic Skills Upgrading For Adults
We are a literacy and basic skills provider for those over 19 who are out of school and who wish to upgrade their skills.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Adult Learning

Volunteer Profile of East Parry Sound Literacy Council


East Parry Sound Literacy Council

East Toronto Family Community Centre
86 Blake Street, Toronto, Ontario

Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre, which incorporates the Eastview Boys & Girls Club, is a charitable, multi-service community-based organization offering a wide range of recreational, fitness, social and learning programs to all members of our community.

Keywords: Leadership · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of East Toronto Family Community Centre


East Wellington Community Services

East Wellington Community Services
Branch: Erin
45 Main Street, Erin, Ontario

For over 25 years, this grass-roots, multi-service charity has provided programs and services for the more than 24,000 children, seniors and families who live in the towns, villages and hamlets that make up this rural area.

Keywords: Seniors · Hunger · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of East Wellington Community Services


East Wellington Community Services

East Wellington Community Services
Branch: Rockwood
106 Church Street, Rockwood, Ontario

For over 25 years, this grass-roots, multi-service charity has provided programs and services for the more than 24,000 children, seniors and families who live in the towns, villages and hamlets that make up this rural area.

Keywords: Seniors · Hunger · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of East Wellington Community Services


East Wellington Community Services

Easter Seals Canada
Timbres De Paques Canada
40 Holly St, Suite 401, Toronto, Ontario

Enhancing the quality of life, self-esteem and self-determination of Canadians living with disabilities.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Easter Seals Canada


East Wellington Community Services

Easter Seals Ontario
One Concorde Gate, Suite 700, Toronto, Ontario

Easter Seals is a registered charitable organization that helps children and youth with physical disabilities from all ethnic and religious backgrounds. We assist families with the purchase of costly mobility equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, porch lifts and ramps, as well as communication devices, toileting aids and bathing equipment. Easter Seals also helps by providing summer camp opportunities at our two properties, Camp Merrywood and Camp Woodeden.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Easter Seals Ontario


East Wellington Community Services

Eastern Ontario Forest Group
10 Campus Drive, Kemptville, Ontario

The EOMF is a not-for-profit, charitable organization. As one of 15 large-scale working model forests that represent the five major forest ecoregions of Canada, the EOMF works with government, landowners, industry, First Nations, non-government organizations and others to develop new ways to sustain and manage our forest resources.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Eastern Ontario Forest Group


Eastern Ontario Stewardship Collaborative

Eastern Ontario Stewardship Collaborative
Kingston, Ontario

Seven conservation and stewardship organizations have come together to support a full-time employee. This collaborative will provide expertise and connection to other resources to private landowners in order support them in their efforts to care for and restore the natural areas they are stewards of.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Eastern Ontario Stewardship Collaborative




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