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West Neighbourhood House takes pride in the commitment and dedication of our Volunteers, and we’d love to count you among them!

Whether it’s teaching a child to read or delivering a meal to a senior, you can make an incredible difference in the lives of others through volunteering. Our volunteers are of all ages, ethnic and racial backgrounds and experiences. They share a commitment to our community.

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Volunteering is a great way to: use your current skills for a good cause and learn new skills take personal satisfaction from helping others meet new people, network and create new friendships gain worthwhile work experience make a positive difference in your community Have a look at the current volunteer postings and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. If you are keen to help out, we will work with you to figure out what volunteering role is best for you. The volunteer offices are at 248 Ossington Ave. To get in touch with us you can email, or call (416) 532-4828. How to become a volunteer There are a few ways to start volunteering at the House. You can: 1. Call reception at 416-532-4828 and find out when the next volunteer info session is occurring. When you attend the session, we will introduce you to the organization and have you fill out the necessary paperwork. OR 2. Download and fill out our volunteer-application, email it to or fax it to 416-532-8739 and await a response from our volunteer team.

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