• Volunteer Halton
    Volunteer Halton

     

    Volunteer Halton links people who want to volunteer with organizations that need volunteers.

  • Community Spotlight

    Find out about special call for volunteers in Halton region with our Community Spotlight.

  • Volunteer Now: Search for Opportunities

    Use the Volunteer Database to find volunteering opportunities. Search for positions that interest you, click 'Yes I'd Like to Volunteer', fill in the details, and you're done.

Calling all YOUth! The ChangeTheWorld - Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge is a call to action for YOUth to get involved in their community.From April 6 to May 19, 2014 all across Ontario youth between the ages of 14 to 18 are invited to get involved in local community events, or to create events of their own to promote or support a cause that they feel really passionate about.ChangeTheWorld is an opportunity for young people, like YOU, to connect to community organizations which can provide you...
If you are skilled using technology like iPads, laptops, and smartphones, or programs like Skype, Facebook, Twitter, and email and want to share your expertise with others, volunteer at Burlington Public Library’s Teen / Senior Tech Meet Up! The Teen / Senior Tech Meet Up will take place on Saturday, May 3 at the Central Library. Download the Volunteer application here and contact Chantal Vallis at cvallis@cdhalton.ca to submit by April 17, 2014.
High School Students! Volunteer and promote social change! Get 7 Hours of volunteering in one day! Be part of the Youth In Action Conference on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10am to 4pm, at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, 2302 Bridge Rd, Oakville. Guest speaker Annaleise Carr, the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario to raise funds for Camp Trillium will inspire you to become involved and give back to your community. During the lunch hour check out the marketplace...
The Greatest Gift of all Time is Time. “Volunteering is not all about benefiting the people you know best, but it’s about helping those complete strangers who need you most.” We couldn't do it without you, the thousands of volunteers who help throughout the year. You play a vital role in making Halton Region, Ontario a great place to live. Through volunteering you learn new skills, meet interesting people, and create new contacts which may help your business or career!  Best of all, you'll...

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