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The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre

The Secrets of Radar Museum
Parkwood Hospital, London, Ontario

Imagine saving the world... and keeping it secret for 50 years.
Thousands of men and women who served in World War II don't need to imagine -
This was their life.
Welcome to the Secrets of Radar Museum.

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Secrets of Radar Museum


The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre

The Seeing Eye Organization
Toronto, Ontario

The Seeing Eye is a philanthropic organization whose mission is to enhance the independence, dignity, and self-confidence of blind people through the use of Seeing Eyer dogs.

Keywords: Animals

Volunteer Profile of The Seeing Eye Organization


The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre

The Sharon Temple Museum Society
18974 Leslie Street, Sharon, Ontario

Known for their pageantry, the Children of Peace integrated a unique social vision with distinctive artistic and architectural works and an unparalleled musical tradition: they formed the first civilian band in Canada and commissioned the first organ built in Ontario.

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Sharon Temple Museum Society


The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre

The Shelter Valley Folk Festival
10831 County Rd. 2, Grafton, Ontario

The Shelter Valley Folk Festival celebrates music, juried art, wellness, sustainable living and harvest food in the heart of Northumberland County through an annual Labour Day Weekend festival, an Artists in the Schools program, a Community Concert Series, and Local Songwriters Showcase..

Keywords: Festival · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Shelter Valley Folk Festival


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Shoebox Project for Shelters
, Ontario

The Shoebox Project, supported by Dream, collects and distributes gifts, in the form of shoeboxes, to women in shelters across the United States and Canada.

Keywords: Women · Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of The Shoebox Project for Shelters


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Society for Animals in Distress
33 Perini Road, Elliot Lake, Ontario

S.A.D.'s mission is to promote the welfare of domestic animals by providing temporary shelter and care to prevent the suffering to animals in need. We attempt to find caring homes for the animals in our care and we ensure that all our animals in the shelter are either spayed or neutered prior to adoption.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of The Society for Animals in Distress


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Society of St-Vincent De Paul Particular Council
208 Rykert St, St. Catharines, Ontario

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (acronym SSVP) is a lay catholic organization whose mission is to live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy.

Keywords: Poverty

Volunteer Profile of The Society of St-Vincent De Paul Particular Council


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Speakers Action Group
4841 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario

The Speakers Action Group is a nonprofit, grassroots organization dedicated to interfaith education to help combat racism and antisemitism. We have a roster of distinguished speakers who volunteer their time to promote tolerance and enhance awareness about cross-cultural issues that affect our community.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Advocacy and Human Rights

Volunteer Profile of The Speakers Action Group


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Sterling Hall School of Toronto
99 Cartwright Ave, Toronto, Ontario

At Sterling Hall, boys are inspired to demonstrate high moral and performance character and challenged to conquer new and creative academic learning, all within a boy-friendly culture.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of The Sterling Hall School of Toronto


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Stop Community Food Centre
1884 Davenport Rd, Toronto, Ontario

For over 30 years, The Stop Community Food Centre has been at the forefront of dignified, innovative programs that provide access to healthy food; build skills, health, hope, and community; and confront the underlying issues that lead to poverty and hunger. Our wide range of programs include drop-in meals, a food bank, community kitchens and gardens, perinatal and family support, civic engagement, and children and youth education.

Keywords: Hunger

Volunteer Profile of The Stop Community Food Centre


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Street Haven at the Crossroads
87 Pembroke Street, Toronto, Ontario

Street Haven at the Crossroads' goal is to innovate and establish an integrated continuum of services which will improve the quality of life of women in need and bring creative solutions to their problems.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of The Street Haven at the Crossroads


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Strong Start Charitable Foundation
68 Larkspur Cres, Kitchener, Ontario

Strong Startr began as a community project in 2001, to help ensure that all our children learn to read.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of The Strong Start Charitable Foundation


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Students Commission of Canada
La Commission Des Etudiants Du Canada
23 Isabella St, Toronto, Ontario

The Students Commission was founded in 1991 with a mission to help young people put their ideas for improving themselves, their communities and their world into action. In the year 2000, The Students Commission became the lead of The Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement, which networks academics, youth organizations and young people together to provide research and training to improve youth programs and youth engagement in Canada.

Keywords: Leadership · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of The Students Commission of Canada


The Shoebox Project for Shelters

The Sudbury Women's Centre
324-F Elm St. W., Sudbury, Ontario

The SWC is a charitable organization dedicated to serving the needs of women in the Greater Sudbury seeking service in a broad range of areas.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of The Sudbury Women's Centre


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Sunshine Foundation of Canada
100-300 Wellington Street, London, Ontario

The Sunshine Foundation of Canada is a national charity serving children with severe physical disabilities or life-threatening illnesses. Founded in London, ON over 25 years ago, we raise the funds needed to fulfill a child's individual Dream and also to operate DreamLifts to Disney theme parks. Sunshine has fulfilled over 7,000 dreams and 57 DreamLifts across Canada. By fulfilling the dreams of children with several physical disabilities, we help Sunshine kids realize that nothing can stand in the way of a Dream.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of The Sunshine Foundation of Canada


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Teresa Group
124 Merton St., Toronto, Ontario

The Teresa Group is Canada's oldest community-based charitable organization specifically serving children affected by HIV and AIDS and their families.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of The Teresa Group


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Theatre Centre
1087 Queen St West, Suite 100, Toronto, Ontario

The Theatre Centre is a nationally-recognized arts incubator, serving as a research and development hub for the cultural sector by providing space, subsidy and mentorship to new generations of arts leaders.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Theatre Centre


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
Office De Protection De La Nature De Toronto
5 Shoreham Dr, Downsview, Ontario

Formed in the aftermath of Hurricane Hazel, TRCA has a strong history in watershed management and leadership in applying sustainability practices. Today, we own more than 40,000 acres of land in the Toronto region, employ more than 475 full time employees and coordinate more than 3,000 volunteers each year.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Children's Breakfast Club
101 Mcnabb St, Markham, Ontario

The Children's Breakfast Club is a non-profit charitable organization that believes every child is entitled to a nutritious breakfast. An estimated 4,000 meals are served each week in the 20+ clubs across the Greater Toronto area.

Keywords: Hunger

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Children's Breakfast Club


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto City Mission
608 Spadina Ave, Toronto, Ontario

Toronto City Mission is Toronto's oldest and longest running outreach to people living in poverty.

Keywords: Religion · Poverty

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto City Mission


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Classical Singers
3 Mellanby Place, Toronto, Ontario

In 1992, the 26-member Toronto Classical Singers choir presented their first concert, accompanied by an orchestra and four soloists, before a capacity crowd at Christ Church Deer Park. Since that auspicious beginning 24 years ago, the Toronto choir has thrived and grown to become a well-respected musical institution.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Classical Singers


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Commandery Hospice Inc.
101 Bayview Ridge, Toronto, Ontario

The Toronto Commandery Hospice provides an option to individuals and their families who, for whatever reason, cannot die at home but do not wish to die in hospital.

Keywords: Hospice and Palliative Care · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Commandery Hospice Inc.


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto East General Hospital
825 Coxwell Ave., Toronto, Ontario

As Ontario's leading community teaching hospital, we achieve the highest standard of patient care, teaching, innovation, community partnership and accountability: Above all, we care.

Keywords: Health Centres · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto East General Hospital


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Humane Society
11 River Street, Toronto, Ontario

It is the mission of The Toronto Humane Society to promote the humane care and protection of all animals and to prevent cruelty and suffering.

Following no kill principles, the Toronto Humane Society aspires to be a best-in-class animal shelter - working in partnership with the community to find creative solutions and improve outcomes for all animals.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Humane Society


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
60 Simcoe St, Toronto, Ontario

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, as one of Canada's largest choral organizations, believes its role is to provide Canadian audiences the experience of the classical choral masterworks of the world.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Military Family Resource Centre
5 Yukon Lane, North York, Ontario

The military community established the Toronto Military Family Resource Centre (TMFRC) in 1992 to foster the unique strength of families within the military. We are a non-profit, volunteer-led and supported organization. In 1999, the TMFRC offered full-time child care through our Children's Playgarden child care centre - a much-needed service for both military and civilian families.

Keywords: Military · Family Support

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Military Family Resource Centre


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
401 Richmond Street West, Suite 264, Toronto, Ontario

The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is Toronto's first, largest, and longest running outdoor art fair - providing fresh art, fresh faces, in the fresh air since 1961.

Keywords: Arts and Culture · Art

Volunteer Profile of The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Tropicana Community Services Organization of Scarborough
670 Progress Ave, Unit 14, Scarborough, Ontario

Tropicana Community Services, a Toronto-based multi-service organization, provides all youth, newcomers, people of Black and Caribbean heritage and others in need with opportunities and alternatives that lead to success and positive life choices. Our mission is achieved through culturally appropriate programs such as counselling, child care, educational and employment services and youth development.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The Tropicana Community Services Organization of Scarborough


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Ulyssean Society
215 Richview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

As a companion of the Ulyssean Society, I am committed to the noble concept and the provable fact that men & women in the middle and later years can, if they choose to do so, richly maintain the powers to produce, to learn, and to create, until the very end of the life journey

Keywords: Seniors · Independence

Volunteer Profile of The Ulyssean Society


The Sunshine Foundation of Canada

The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto
55 St Phillips Rd, Etobicoke, Ontario

The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto has been mainly lay-led. Our Board of Directors is elected each year. The Fellowship functions through volunteers from our membership serving on committees such as Sunday Services, Religious Education for Children, Denominational Affairs, Social Action, and Membership. Our Publicity Committee publishes a newsletter. The Fellowship is funded through the contributions of members, associates and friends.

Keywords: Religion

Volunteer Profile of The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto


The United Society

The United Society
Societa' Unita
1775 Islington Ave, Etobicoke, Ontario

The United Society / Societa' Unita was founded by Fr. Claudio Piccinini, C.P. in Canada in 1972. It is made up of Priests, Religious and Lay men and women working to bring about Peace, Love and Unity in the world. It is an organization focusing on the family and its members.

Keywords: Religion

Volunteer Profile of The United Society


The United Society

The United Way of Niagara Falls and Greater Fort Erie
7150 Montrose Road, Unit 5, Niagara Falls, Ontario

The United Way of Niagara Falls and Greater Fort Erie is governed by a Board of Directors of volunteers from the community who meet monthly to discuss policy, new and emerging agency needs, and strategic planning for the organization. Members assume the legal and moral responsibility for all activities of the United Way, including policy administration, evaluation, public and community relations, personnel, finance and strategic planning. Directors approve the annual budget of the United Way and all grants.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The United Way of Niagara Falls and Greater Fort Erie


The United Society

The United Way of Peel Region
5170 Dixie Rd, Suite 300, Mississauga, Ontario

United Way of Peel Region respects, values and celebrates the diversity of people who make up our community. In its commitment to excellence and fairness United Way seeks to recognize and remove barriers to full participation in all United Way activities by individuals and organizations.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The United Way of Peel Region


The United Society

The United Way of St Catharines & District
One St Paul Street, Suite 102, St. Catharines, Ontario

United Way invests in three areas to provide the building blocks for a thriving community: All That Kids Can Be, From Poverty To Possibility and Empowering People and Communities. Our goal is to create lasting change for those most in need and advance the common good of the entire community.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The United Way of St Catharines & District


The United Society

The United Way Serving Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington
417 Bagot Street, Kingston, Ontario

Since 1941, our United Way has worked to strengthen lives by bringing together the financial resources of the region - business, labour, individuals, government, and funders - in support of a network of social service and health agencies.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The United Way Serving Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington


The United Society

The Voluntary Action Centre of Hamilton and District Inc.
267 King Street East, Hamilton, Ontario

Volunteer Hamilton engages the community through volunteerism, collective leadership, and education. We promote and connect organizations, businesses, and individuals to impact community well-being.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The Voluntary Action Centre of Hamilton and District Inc.


The United Society

The Volunteer Bureau of Leeds and Grenville
42 George Street, Brockville, Ontario

The Volunteer Centre was founded as the Volunteer Bureau in 1981 due to the vision of dedicated community activist Betty Haley.

The need for a coordinated approach to assist nonprofit organizations with their volunteer needs was made evident to Betty while she was working on a YMCA volunteer engagement project.

Keywords: Volunteer Centres · Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The Volunteer Bureau of Leeds and Grenville


The United Society

The Walkerton Agricultural Society
Walkerton, Ontario

The Society was formed in the latter part of the 19 th Century. The Fair was called the Great Northern Exhibition. It was held on the same site as the present fair grounds and ball diamonds. It had a half mile track, a grandstand just north of the present community centre west of the track and a judge's stand east of the track. There was also a large frame building called the palace at the north end of the grounds.

Keywords: Festival · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Walkerton Agricultural Society


The United Society

The Waterloo Regional Down Syndrome Society
385 Fairway Rd S., Suite 4A, Kitchener, Ontario

The Waterloo Regional Down Syndrome Society supports and informs individuals, families and the community on issues related to Down syndrome. We advocate for persons with Down syndrome to lead healthy and active lives enabling them to contribute their unique gifts to our community.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of The Waterloo Regional Down Syndrome Society


The United Society

The Welland Historical Museum
140 King St, Welland, Ontario

The original Carnegie Library was built in 1923. Additions were added in 1961 and again in 1974. It was one of the last Carnegie Libraries to be built in Canada. The Welland Historical Museum moved into the building in the spring of 2006. The building was recognized as being historically significant by the City of Welland, and on Saturday, October 14, 2006 was designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Welland Historical Museum


The United Society

The White Ribbon Foundation
365 Bloor St E, Suite 203, Toronto, Ontario

White Ribbon is the world's largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of The White Ribbon Foundation


The United Society

The Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women
500 Ouellette Ave, Windsor, Ontario

Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women (WWWWIW) is a non-profit organization formed in 1982 by a group of women in the city of Windsor. These women realized that new Canadians have needs that are not catered to by the existing service centre in Windsor. They brought this fact to the attention of the Government of Canada and through a grant application that presented the results of a 1981 feasibility study. This feasibility study was conducted with the objective of determining the needs of new Canadians in Windsor.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of The Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women


The United Society

The Woodgreen Foundation
815 Danforth Avenue, Suite 402, Toronto, Ontario

WoodGreen helps people find safe, affordable housing, seniors live independently, internationally-trained professionals enter the job market, parents access childcare, children and youth access after-school programs, newcomers settle in to Canadian life, homeless and marginalized people get off the streets and youth find meaningful employment and training.


Volunteer Profile of The Woodgreen Foundation


The United Society

The Yonge Street Mission
270 Gerrard St. East, Toronto, Ontario

The Yonge Street Mission has been on the front lines of service since 1896, providing emergency help, and fostering long-term change in the lives of individuals, families and the community itself.

Keywords: Religion · Missions

Volunteer Profile of The Yonge Street Mission


The United Society

The York Centre for Children, Youth & Families
11225 Leslie St, Richmond Hill, Ontario

The York Centre provides a range of mental health services for children, youth and families who live in the Region of York. Services are delivered by a multi-disciplinary team based upon an holistic approach to social, emotional, academic and familial needs.

Keywords: Mental Health · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of The York Centre for Children, Youth & Families


The United Society

The York University Student Centre Childcare
4700 Keele St, Suite 201, North York, Ontario

The LWCC believes in offering quality programs that are based on the childcare needs of the York University Community, where parents and children are the Centre's top priority. The LWCC believes in providing a friendly, multicultural and inclusive environment for its members. We feel that children are distinct individuals who should be treated with respect and we encourage them to develop at their own pace and to their full potential.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of The York University Student Centre Childcare


The United Society

The Youville Centre
150 Mann Ave, Ottawa, Ontario

Youville Centre is an innovative centre that motivates, educates and nurtures young mothers and their children to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of The Youville Centre


The United Society

Theatre Aquarius Incorporated
190 King William Street, Hamilton, Ontario

Theatre Aquarius is recognized as a leader in Canadian theatre. Theatre Aquarius produces work of the highest quality, premieres new plays, develops the skills of professional artists, invests in youth and families and contributes to the quality of life in this region.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Theatre Aquarius Incorporated


The United Society

Theatre Cambrian
40 Eyre St., Sudbury, Ontario

Without the services of our valued volunteer base, Theatre Cambrian would not have been able to offer Northern audiences 29 years of premiere community theatre. The Theatre is always on the lookout for fantastic volunteers to help make our theatrical seasons run smoothly. If you would like to help out Theatre Cambrian, simply email us using the form below.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Theatre Cambrian


The United Society

Theatre Gargantua Inc.
55 Sudbury Street, Toronto, Ontario

Theatre Gargantua is one of Canada's leading multi-disciplinary theatre companies. Under the direction of Jacquie P.A. Thomas, the company has been devising dynamic physical theatre for over 20 years. Thomas founded the distinct Toronto company in 1992, after travelling extensively in Europe and North America and working with a diverse group of theatre-makers including the National Theatre of Greece, the Gardzienice Theatre Association in Poland, and the Peking Opera.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Theatre Gargantua Inc.




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