Whether you are looking to obtain your necessary community service hours for school, want to get more involved in the community, or are looking to gain some experience while looking for a job, check below for local volunteer opportunities.

If you would like to list a volunteer opportunity on our website, please email weskills@workforcewindsoressex.com


BETTER Women is a research program that goes beyond cancer to help women aged 40-68 reduce their risk of chronic disease by creating and achieving health goals. Activities such as getting screened, moving more, healthy eating, quitting smoking and, reducing alcohol intake can reduce a person’s risk of getting cancer and other chronic diseases. Volunteer peer health coaches will provide regular support to women so they can reach and maintain their health goals.

Key Responsibilities

To become a volunteer peer health coach, you will complete a virtual 24-hour online training program that will be delivered over the course of 5 weeks. 

As a volunteerpeer health coach, you will join the BETTER Women program to virtually (you can reside anywhere in Ontario) support women aged 40-68 achieve personal health goals that can help reduce their risk of chronic disease (being more active, healthy eating, quitting smoking, reducing alcohol, and getting screened).  

You will be matched with a patient and connect with them by phone, text, email, or video conference for short 10-15 minutes sessions per week to coach them to reach their goals. Based on your availability, you may be matched with 1-5 patients at any given time (6-month timeframe per match).

The program is currently being offered by three sites: Summerville Family Health Team, Barrie and Community Family Health Team: Family Medicine Teaching Unit and Women’s College Hospital Family Practice Health Centre.

Your Impact

Peer health coaches can relate to the group of women being supported through BETTER Women because of their own lived experiences and backgrounds.

Would you like to inspire and be inspired by youth participating in a program designed to get them excited about science, technology, engineering, and math? FIRST programs are teams of students who design, build and program robots to complete tasks on a themed playing field and develop innovative solutions to real-world problems or engineering portfolios. This prepares them for tournaments at which teams demonstrate their robots and present their solutions or portfolios to panels of judges.

That is where you come in! FIRST Robotics Canada is seeking volunteers in many roles to make these events a reality for all our amazing, hard-working students. There is a small amount of preparation involved and no technical background or experience with our programs is required to volunteer at our events.

Event dates near you:
● FIRST LEGO League – December 2, 2023 at St. Clair College
● FIRST Tech Challenge – December 16, 2023 at St. Clair College
● FIRST Robotics Competition – March 28-30, 2024 at University of Windsor

See PDF for application instructions.

If you have any questions, please email Volunteer & Alumni Manager: Jaeleen at
jaeleen.koscielski@firstroboticscanada.org.

As a JA Volunteer you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people while utilizing and further developing your leadership, mentorship and public speaking skills. JA provides all of the program materials, training and support so that your volunteer experience is fun, engaging, meaningful, and as easy as possible.

Volunteering with JA programs is a rewarding experience.

The Snow Angels program requires volunteers who are willing to provide snow removal service to qualifying clients within Lakeshore, Essex and Harrow.

Snow removal service includes the sidewalk along the front of the client’s home, the porch and a shovel-wide path down the driveway to the sidewalk.

Our volunteers should:
• Live in Lakeshore, Essex or Harrow
• Be 13 years of age and older
• Be in good physical health

Students can earn volunteer hours. Give us a call today at 519-728-1435

The Town of Tecumseh is looking for Snow Angel volunteers!

We match eligible seniors and persons with physical disabilities with volunteer snow shovelers and leaf collectors, also known as Snow and Leaf Angels. The Program is truly “the neighbourly thing to do”.

To find out more, visit tecumseh.ca/snowangels

Windsor Public Library, Chisholm Branch - Teen Advisory Group

Volunteers provide their time, enthusiasm, ideas, and skills to help ASWE to better serve our community through a variety of volunteer activities. Without volunteers, many programs and services offered by our organization simply would not exist.

ASWE strives to match persons interested in volunteering with volunteer positions suited to their interests, skills, abilities, and availability. Orientation and training are provided based on requirements of the volunteer positions. Long-term, short-term, event, and project-based volunteer positions are available.

Areas of volunteer involvement include:

  • Adult Day Program Assistant
  • Board of Directors
  • Committee Member (Fundraising)
  • Community Awareness Volunteer
  • Office Assistant
  • Special Events Helper

Every minute you spend as an ACS volunteer is a minute spent helping others. Join a team of over 100 volunteers who help the people in our communities who need it most. Impact starts local, so volunteer with ACS and support your local neighborhood today!

The Miracle League removes the barriers that keep anyone with a disability off the baseball field and lets them experience the joy of this great pastime.
 

Interested in volunteering?

Volunteering with Artcite allows you to make a contribution to the local arts community, gain experience with the work of artist-run centres, and network with artists and creative professionals. Volunteer hours are based on availability, skill set and interests. If you have a particular skill you’d like to share with us, let us know! Some general gallery activities we need help with include: Installation, documentation, administration, archiving, and communications.

If you’re interested please email Imogen Clendinning at imogen@artcite.ca

Whether you are supporting blood donors during their donation process, recruiting people for blood or stem cell donations, organizing donation or typing events, or raising awareness about the importance of blood donation; you too are an integral part of Canada’s lifeline.

The Canadian Cancer Society’s Wheels of Hope Transportation Program provides people living with cancer rides to and from their cancer treatment appointments. Dedicated volunteer drivers donate their time and use their own (or Society owned) vehicles to help people living with cancer get to the hospital or cancer centre.

Contact: Anna McGillis

Email: volunteer@cancer.ca

Phone: 1-888-939-3333

CNIB Vision Mates Volunteer

Vision Mates provide regular, one-to-one assistance and companionship for a person who is blind or partially sighted. Matches are made with someone who lives close to your home, school or work. You visit once a week for a couple of hours to assist with tasks like reading, errands (like groceries and shopping), going for walks, and socializing.

Matches are made with someone who lives close to your home, school or work. Visits are typically one or two hours a week in the person’s home or another suitable place on days and times that are convenient for the client and the volunteer (including evenings and weekends).

  • Are you looking for a way to make an impact?
  • Have rewarding experiences?
  • Being appreciated for being yourself?

…then consider volunteering with the Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society.

There are a variety of volunteer opportunities that range from occasional events to weekly or daily involvement.

  • Volunteer Tutors are paired with a child to help them with their homework work at our Windsor or Leamington locations, or in the community.
  • 1:1 Volunteer Mentors form a trusting relationship with a child taking them out weekly into the community for experiences and friendship. Since you are involving yourself in a child’s life, a commitment of one year is expected.
  • Volunteer Driver with the Transportation Program. Availability must include a minimum of three evenings per week and a minimum of accepting one ongoing weekend drive. Your mileage is reimbursed. Transportation hours are seven days a week, 7am – 8pm.
  • Special Events and Specialized Volunteers – The success of any venture is measured by the people who commit to making it happen. Being a Special Event volunteer gives you the opportunity to hone your social skills and organizational experiences. Our events are rewarding, seeing the community come through to help us with our objectives. Specialized Volunteers assist with child care, are CAS greeters at functions, or help with other adventures.

Whether it’s serving as a Board Member, or contributing your time at one of our many events, volunteers play a vital role with Community Living Essex County.

Ways to Volunteer:


Volunteer with Ensemble 

Ensemble is a parent-directed resource for families caring for a child with a disability that provides support from birth through adulthood.

Ensemble was founded in 2000 by two moms whose lives have been affected by their children’s diagnosis of a disability. These moms understood the importance of connecting to others as the first step in helping families cope with the challenges of raising a child with a disability.

We meet ONCE a month via telephone or Zoom at 7pm for approximately 1 hour. By joining our committee, you will be able to openly share experiences and make suggestions. These opinions will provide valuable family perspectives everyone will benefit from.

Please consider making your voice heard.
Contact us by email or phone.
Marilyn, Lois and Rubina
Family Consultants
ensemble@communitylivingessex.org or 519-776-6483, ext 225

Join Community Living Windsor and become a Special Events Volunteer. Our organization, founded by volunteers, relies on the contributions of volunteers to play an essential role in promoting inclusivity, diversity, and a sense of belonging within our community. As a volunteer, you’ll have a chance to promote community involvement, expand your network, and gain valuable experiences.

As a Special Events Volunteer, you may participate at:

  • Community Living Windsor Hockey Night
  • Walk In Wednesdays hosted by The Safety Village
  • Employee Family Fun Day
  • Community Living Windsor: Movie Night In The Village
  • Special Event Parties/Anniversaries
  • Trick or Treat in The Village
  • and many more….

To become a Special Events Volunteer with Community Living Windsor or to find out more about the opportunities that exist, please fill out our online application form or contact:

Lisa Baxter
Phone: 519-974-4221 ext. 225
Email: lisa@clwindsor.org

We are looking for volunteers for our Snow Angel Program!

These volunteers must be willing to provide snow removal service to qualifying clients within Lakeshore, Essex & Harrow. Snow removal services includes: sidewalk along the front of client’s home, the porch and a shovel-wide path down the driveway to the sidewalk!

Snow Angel Volunteers should:
– Live in Lakeshore, Essex or Harrow
– Be 13 years of age or older
– Be in good physical health

& bonus, students can earn volunteers hours!!

Give us a call today!
519-728-1435

Meals on Wheels Drivers are needed. Monday - Friday 9:30AM - Noon. Lakeshore, Tecumseh, and Essex. Must have a valid driver's license. Must have access to a reliable vehicle. Must be available at least twice a month from 9:30AM til Noon. For more information, please call Wayne at 519-728-1435 Ext. 209.

If you would like to make a difference in the lives of families with children ages 0 -6 years old, and are interested in volunteering at Connections Early Years Family Centre, please complete the Volunteer Application on our website.

The work of the Downtown Mission depends on the generous contributions of people just like you. Use your hands, your heart, your creative and talents to make a difference in the lives of people struggling with poverty and homelessness across Essex County.

There are so many ways to contribute and we’d love to help you find your place at the Mission.

For more information, please email volunteer@downtownmission.com

Nothing improves a resident’s day more than the sight of a friendly face.

We are always looking for volunteers to assist with scheduled recreation programs, events and one-to-one visits. Our home’s volunteer services program is currently recruiting engaged, committed and community-minded people just like you. If you have a family member or friend living with us, you can begin by visiting and participating in special events.

Volunteers are an integral part of our team and we have a comprehensive orientation program. If you are interested, please contact us.

The Miracle League is currently for volunteers at Farrow Riverside Miracle Park

Current Positions:

  • Buddy
  • Coach
  • Pitcher
  • Umpire
  • Food Crew
  • Setup/Takedown Crew
  • Entertainment/Scoreboard
  • Park Maintenance

Harmony In Action (HIA) is a non-profit, incorporated, registered charity providing day support opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. 

If anyone is interested in volunteering for BINGOs (18+) or other fundraising events, please contact: pr@harmonyinaction.com

Every day, our volunteers enrich the lives of hundreds of patients and their families by giving generously of their time and contributing to the well-being of our healthcare community, the vitality of our services, and the quality of patients’ experiences at Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Thinking about volunteering? All you need is a willingness to help people, a little time to share, and a desire to challenge yourself. Your gift of time and energy would be invaluable to our patients and staff.  Volunteers must be at least 15 years old by the start of their placement.

Note: Volunteers must be willing to commit to one shift per week for a minimum four-month commitment. Volunteering on a weekly basis is a big responsibility. Please make sure this is a good time in your life for such a commitment.

Heron Terrace provides a wide range of opportunities for you to enrich the lives of the residents who live in our home. There are many ways in which you can help:

  • Interacting one on one with the residents
  • Helping residents during mealtimes
  • Helping Life Enrichment staff lead large home programs like Bingo or Entertainment
  • Starting a new club/group such as knitting club, walking group, etc.
  • Accompany Life Enrichment staff and residents on group outings 

Kiwanis Club of Windsor - Volunteer, the world needs you!

Kiwanis helps kids around the world. Local clubs look out for our communities and the international organization takes on large-scale challenges, such as fighting disease and poverty. We are generous with our time. We are creative with our ideas. We are passionate about making a difference. And we have fun along the way.

For more than a century, Kiwanis has created opportunities for children to be curious, safe and healthy regardless of the community in which they live. When you give a child the chance to learn, experience, dream, grow, succeed and thrive, great things can happen.

The work of Life After Fifty depends heavily on the generosity of volunteers. Help make a difference in the lives of seniors in Windsor and Essex County. There are many ways in which you can contribute.

View Current Volunteer Positions:

  • Age: You should be 16 years of age or older.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination: To ensure the safety of our donors and volunteers, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (the core 2 doses).
  • Skills: We value qualities like reliability, communication, and a strong desire to contribute to the well-being of our community.

If you’re interested in volunteering please call or email our volunteer coordinator Heather: hvandenham@lifeafterfifty.ca or 519-254-1108 ext 132.

At JMCC there are many opportunities for families, caregivers, clients and alumni to volunteer and get involved in our Centre. These include:

  • Family Advisors
  • Family Resource Centre
  • Family Advisory Council
  • Parents United: Parents Support Program 
  • Youth Advisory Council
  • Therapeutic Recreation Program

If you have a passion to make a difference and are interested in volunteering at JMCC, please complete the volunteer form and drop it off at the Centre, fax it in to 519-252-8573 or scan and email it to volunteer@jmccentre.ca with your inquiry. 

Journey Home Hospice, a specialized program of Saint Elizabeth, is Windsor’s only Hospice serving those individuals experiencing homelessness or structural vulnerability.

We rely on compassionate members of our community, to ensure that our homelike setting is a warm and welcoming environment.

Our carefully screened and selected volunteers complete our training programs to ensure they develop the capacity and tools to support individuals traveling the end-of-life journey.

Volunteers are the heart of our hospice and provide emotional, practical and personal support that can include companionship, housekeeping, meal preparation, reception, grief and bereavement support, as well as helping with activities such as fundraising and events.

We try to find volunteer opportunities that match your skills and interests.

All volunteers are supported to ensure they are comfortable in this unique setting.

Interested in volunteering?

​Are you looking for a more practical way to support MODC? Then consider volunteering. Volunteers are a crucial part of program delivery,  fundraising events, campaigns, and office administration. Whatever your skills, abilities, or availability, there’s a way for you to help out and make a difference! 

Volunteers are the heartbeat of Mission Thrift Store. Join our vibrant community to share the love of Christ and help those in need, locally and globally.

There are a variety of volunteer positions available throughout our stores. There is also tons of flexibility to accommodate your schedule.

Position: Office Administration; Event support; Client support; and Bingo 

Volunteers will be responsible for working under the direction of MCC staff to assist with organizing and facilitating programming and activities at MCC events.

Qualifications & Experience: 

  • Familiarity with the ethno cultural community in the Windsor and Essex County area is considered an asset.
  • Must have sensitivity for working with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Strong computer skills; Office software, data entry, word processing, spreadsheets, etc.
  • Friendly, courteous, and sociable towards staff, clients, and the public.
  • Strong customer service skills, previous experience desirable.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Attentive to detail.
  • Willing and able to follow direction.
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Knowledge of a second language is an asset.
  • Must possess a valid Level 3 vulnerable sector police clearance at time of placement.

Achieving a world free of multiple sclerosis takes more than one person, and there isn’t just one way to accomplish it.

Volunteers are an integral part of our team, donating their time and talents as we work together to make a difference in the lives of people affected by MS. Every action taken is part of a collective movement to connect and empower the MS community to create positive change.

Fostering a strong relationship between our agency and our volunteers is something that is very important to us. We strive to offer all volunteers the opportunity to gain valuable experience and skills that are transferable towards their employment aspirations or everyday life. In order for effective contributions to be fostered all our volunteers receive training surrounding our agency policies and procedures as well as the issues and challenges of those living with, affected or at risk of HIV.

Youth Community Action Network (CAN)

We are recruiting youth members for the Community Action Network (CAN)! If you are a resident of West Windsor, Downtown Windsor, or Leamington, we would love for you to contribute your voice in discussing issues that affect youth and creating change in the community.

Ronald McDonald House Southwestern Ontario operates with a team of over 150 volunteers and we are always looking for enthusiastic and energetic volunteers to help with areas of the House and Family Room!

We welcome volunteers in our Villages and have a wide range of opportunities for people to make a difference in the lives of our residents.

Schlegel Villages is committed to fostering a community where all feel included and supported so that they can live life to the fullest. Our volunteer program helps us identify and create opportunities for volunteers to use their time, skills and talents in meaningful ways. Discover the joy and fulfillment of volunteering with seniors!

At the Salvation Army Centre of Hope we depend on volunteers. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities in areas such as street outreach, emergency disaster relief and in our food bank. We wouldn’t be able to provide services to the homeless at no cost without people like you! Make a difference in the lives of people struggling with homelessness in Windsor Essex County.

If you are interested in taking part in Society of Saint Vincent de Paul as a volunteer (stores, warehouse or conference volunteer) please click the link below or apply to be a volunteer by contacting Lynn McQueen at volunteering@ssvpwindsoressex.com


Calling All Sewers

Volunteer from home opportunity. Help the community by recycling and giving clothing a new life! Materials provided. Contact Sadia for more information: 519-253-7481 Ext. 228 

Our strength lies in our volunteers. Volunteers are vital to South Essex Community Council. Volunteers provide their time, enthusiasm, ideas and skills to help SECC to better serve our Community through a variety of programs and services. Without volunteers, many programs and services offered by our organization simply would not exist.

Across the province, thousands of people volunteer with Special Olympics Ontario, taking pride in knowing they’re providing athletes with intellectual disabilities an opportunity to experience the excitement, joy and personal fulfillment associated with participating in sport.

Sunrise Senior Living of Windsor is looking for volunteers to help during the day, evenings, and on weekends in the following areas:

  • Age: You should be 16 years of age or older.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination: To ensure the safety of our donors and volunteers, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (the core 2 doses).
  • Skills: We value qualities like reliability, communication, and a strong desire to contribute to the well-being of our community.

If you would like to be part of the Sunrise team, please contact:
Alison Zima | Activities and Volunteer Coordinator
Direct: 519-974-5858 Ext 209
windsor.avc@sunriseseniorliving.com

Street Angels was created to fill gaps in available resources here in Windsor-Essex. We aim to fulfill the immediate needs of individuals and families especially those experiencing temporary or long-term setbacks due to housing instability.

If you are interested in or are looking for an opportunity to serve in the community then hit the ‘Learn More’ button below and we will reach out to you and together we will see how you can best serve.


Volunteering with the Hospice may be one of the most fulfilling things you ever do.

We have a variety of volunteer opportunities in areas such as patient care, the Hospice Residences, special events or administrative support. Whatever your passion is, we can help you to express it through service to the Hospice! Our volunteers are an essential part of Hospice, we would not be able to offer all of our programs and services at no cost to the community without generous people like you!

For info on volunteer opportunities, call (519) 974-7100 or visit http://www.thehospice.ca/volunteer/


Volunteers provide practical help to patients and visitors, complementing the work of paid staff across Erie Shores HealthCare. They do not carry out clinical work or do work experience.

Erie Shores Volunteers are not directly involved in patient care but help to provide extra support. They come from all walks of life and represent the diversity of the communities that we serve. All are dedicated to making our hospitals a little friendlier and more comfortable for everyone.

Open Volunteer Positions:

  • Patient Care Assistants
  • Kitchen Volunteers

For more info, please call Alison at (519) 974-7100 ext. 3420 or email azima@thehospice.ca

The Rotary Club of Windsor Walkerville osten supports local charities by volunteering at their events (cleanup days, planting greenery, gathering basic needs, etc.) We love working alongside community volunteers whom we call “Friends of Walkerville Rotary” To become a friend of the Rotary Club of Windsor Walkerville and be included in our database to receive emails about upcoming volunteer opportunities, sign up below.

We value the talents and passion that each of our volunteers bring to their role.

We are always interested in growing our family of volunteers and invite you to call the shop for specific positions we need filled. We are also open to assisting young adults in obtaining high school volunteer hours and learning life skills to assist them in future job prospects.

Generally, our volunteers fill the following positions: cashier, receiving, sorting, pricing, displays, workroom helper, kitchen helper.

Volunteers are the lifeline of our organization. We would never be able to offer the services we do without the dedication of the 200+ individuals who donate the most valuable commodity to us…their time. 

Volunteering in our local community is a great way to give back and to meet new people. T2B is always looking for volunteers for our programs within the hospitals and events. Below are current volunteering opportunities that you can get involved in and “Give where you live!”

Have questions? Email us at volunteer@t2b.ca or sign up to become a volunteer today!

Make a lasting difference in your community!

Join the thousands of VON volunteers who help make communities healthier. If you would like to give back to your community by sharing your time and caring for others, we have a role for you!

The Welcome Centre Shelter for Women is always looking for enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and capable volunteers to help with a variety of supporting tasks.

Our volunteer program is vital to the operation of many of our services. Volunteers are needed in 3 primary areas:

  • Shelter
  • Food Bank Operation
  • Volunteer Drivers

All volunteers will submit an application form & undergo volunteer training. Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@welcomecentreshelter.com for more information about how you can help!


Volunteer for us for Charity Bingo!

For each bingo session you volunteer, you’ll receive an honorarium for volunteering!!! If you meet the requirement and are seriously interested, contact Sozan for more information at sboughner@welcomecentreshelter.com OR (519)-971-7595 Ext. 240

Support your local creative arts community.

To inquire about volunteer opportunities, please get in touch with us at team@windsorfilmmaking.com or info@filmcampforkids.com.

Volunteering is an excellent way to meet people and contribute to the Southwestern Ontario films and arts community. Our volunteers have fun, create lasting friendships, and have behind-the-scenes access to our community events.

Joining the weCHC team means becoming part of a community of dedicated professionals who work together to provide quality client-centred care. Being part of our team is a rewarding opportunity where we can make a difference within our community. We strive to attract and retain the best-qualified individuals who are committed to providing the best care and service.

Due to the application and onboarding process, we ask volunteers to commit to volunteering for a minimum of 4-6 months depending on the program. A placement will be determined by both the volunteer and the Volunteer & Student Coordinator.

The Windsor-Essex County Humane Society (WECHS) is grateful for the compassionate care, dependability, and skills that our volunteers bring to the benefit of the animals in our care. Individuals from our community commit time, talents and donations to assist staff and support the animal programs that allow us to continue the important work that we do in animal welfare in the Windsor-Essex region.

Volunteers are the backbone of the program, helping with the many tasks which may include side walking, leading, farm related chores, cleaning, painting and fundraising.

All prospective volunteers must have a current police clearance with a vulnerable sector screening. You will be asked to commit fully to the weekly therapeutic riding sessions as a horse leader or a side walker. Sessions are usually 11 or 12 weeks in length. Other responsibilities may include farm maintenance, gardening, etc. as needed. All Volunteers are trained before being allowed to handle horses or assist with students during riding lessons. Volunteers are not expected to have any horse experience before attending a training orientation, just a strong desire to learn from our experienced staff.

Volunteers are an integral part of the Windsor Regional Hospital team. Thank you for your interest in joining our team of enthusiastic and devoted volunteers, students, and staff members. 

Windsor Public Library is looking for Volunteers

Our volunteers meet one-on-one with adult learners through the Ontario Literacy and Basic Skills program run with the Windsor Public Library.

All training and resources are provided and meetings are held in WPL locations.

Please contact adultlit@windsorpubliclibrary.com for an application today!

Book Buddy Program

The Windsor Public Library Book Buddy Program is a volunteer-based literacy program designed to assist children to become great readers by motivating and providing a positive reading experience. We pair up the volunteers with a child and they would read together at the Windsor Public Libraries or virtually. 

WEST values the skills and talents of individuals in the community and the important role that volunteers play in fostering an organization.

Every day volunteers enrich the lives of hundreds of people and their families by giving generously of their time, and contributing to the well-being of our communities. Here at W5 we have volunteer opportunities in a number of areas. We offer a flexible range of ways to become involved, no matter how much time you have or the skills you are looking to share.

Our volunteer opportunities include fundraising activities, youth activity assistance, income tax preparation, one on one language instruction, seniors activities and more.

W5 also has opportunities for newcomers to Canada, and job seekers, so that such volunteers can gain essential job skills, training and experience that will assist them in becoming more marketable in their search for employment.

Every Child Deserves the Opportunity to Succeed. You Can Help.

We’re looking for mentors and tutors to support the On Track to Success Program.

If interested, please join us as a volunteer and share your skills and experience to help inspire local high school students to reach their full potential. By becoming a mentor, you can help make positive contributions to a students academic, social, and professional development.

Do you love learning about the ins and outs of working behind the scenes of TV?

Email emily.moore@cogeco.com to start volunteering today!

The Youth Wellness Hub Windsor-Essex is looking for volunteers who are comfortable working with youth, have lots of energy and want to give back to the community. Volunteers must be 16 years old or older.

Open Volunteer Roles:

Programs Volunteer

  • Engage with youth during groups like cooking group, art group or drop-in sessions
  • Help set up and clean up program supplies
  • Support facilitator and YWH staff with the designated group
  • Answer questions youth may have about the program, YWH services, etc
  • Engage the youth in conversation, play games and do activities with those that come in

Events Volunteer

  • Help set up and clean up health fairs, festivals and other special events
  • Answer questions about YWH programs and services
  • Promote YWH Windsor-Essex as a valuable source in the community

Tutoring Volunteer

  • Support youth who come into the Hub looking for homework help. If you have preferred subjects in which to tutor, please let YWH staff know.
  • Provide insight into the school system for various age groups, from middle school to post-secondary.

This unique opportunity provides youth across the riding to participate and advocate for local issues facing our community and provide input to MPP Andrew Dowie on how the Government of Ontario can better serve them and their peers.

Student Health, Counselling & Wellness Services is looking for current students to join a year-round Student Advisory Committee!

What is the Student Advisory Committee?

➡️ A small consultative group of students who meet regularly throughout the year with Student Health, Counselling & Wellness staff to ensure student voices are integrated into service provision, planning, and decisions.

Commitment & Compensation

➡️ Members are required to attend six in-person meetings per year (January – December) and participate in electronic communications with committee staff. Lunch will be provided at each meeting along with a $200 gift card at the completion of the year.

The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) is recruiting volunteers to be part of their Grant Review Committee (GRC). The YOF provides both grants and capacity-building supports to grassroots groups, community-based organizations and collaboratives focused on improving the wellbeing of youth and families who face multiple barriers.

Informed by their lived experiences and connection to community, GRC members offer unique insights as they review grant applications to make recommendations to the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Board of Directors for approvals.

To demonstrate your interest in joining the YOF Grant Review Committee, send an email to volunteersupport@otf.ca with the subject line YOF Volunteer. Include a short description of who you are and your lived experience, your work in community, and your knowledge of equity frameworks that align with the YOF’s priorities.