​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Volunteer Job Board

The Peel board has reviewed this volunteer posting to make sure it meets the criteria for the community involvement requirement. However, this posting is provided as a service to students, it is not intended to be an endorsement by the Peel District School Board of any specific organization or program.

Looking for a volunteer position? Here's what is being offered in our community.

Able Living Services

​Work one on one with clients or in small groups with recreation programs. Movie nights, game night, taking clients for walks, crafts etc. ​

Ableliving Services

Amacon / Rotary club Mississauga Ribfest

To participate as a volunteer, you must be 16 years of age or older. Student volunteers help greeters at the entrance and exit points, as well as maintaining the tables and grounds.​

Mississauga Ribfest

Amacon Rotary Mississauga Ribfest

​Rotary is a non-profit organization that promotes community engagement through events and charitable fundraising. Students will help in a variety of tasks and roles for the event, including serving drinks, selling tickets, helping to restock products. Greeting and assisting attendees at the gates and entrances, and helping to maintain the grounds.

Amacon Rotary Mississauga Ribfest

Amnesty International Canada

Amnesty International is a non-profit organization focused on human rights. Volunteers will attend monthly meetings to help organize campaigns and events supporting human rights. As a Human Rights Defender, will learn communication skills, event and campaign planning and much more.

Amnesty International


​Brampton's premiere multicultural festival runs July 12 through 14. Volunteers are needed across a variety of roles, ranging from event planners, coordinators, greeters, customer service, decorators and much more.


Clincal Research Webinars

​Clinical Research Webinars is an online educational platform where webinars on health or life sciences and clinical research are delivered to help people around the world. Students will create presentation and deliver the online webinar

Clinical Research Webinar

Cool Summer Camp

​Students will help generate excitement and create enjoyable, fun experiences for each camper. Volunteers will act as positive role models, demonstrate leadership skills and collaborate with other program staff. There are a variety of positions available such as camp counsellors, lunch supervisors and office admin.

Cool Summer Camp

Credit Valley Conservation

​The Credit Valley Conservation is looking for a volunteer for a variety of projects, including tree planting, invasive species removal, urban farming, electro-fishing, habitat creation, trail maintenance and more. Training is included. 

​For more information and to register, please click here: ​​Credit Valley Conservation - 2019 Volunteer Form.pdf

Evolve Caledon

​Evolve Caledon operates stores to help support programs and fund services available to Caledon residents. Volunteers may help as a store associate, cashier, merchandiser and more.​

Evolve Caledon


Funtastical! is a family event held in support of SickKids hospital and features entertainers and musicians, vendors, raffles and family fun zones. All proceeds are donated to the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids Foundation). Student volunteers will help promote the event within their local community.

Funtastical - A family event in support of SickKids

Funtastical student volunteer form

Habitat for Humanity - GTA

Habitat GTA is a non-profit housing organization that brings communities together to help working lower incoming families build for the future through affordable homeownership. Student volunteers will help support the ReStore retail operations and help out on the build site with the construction of homes. All volunteers must be at least 16 years old.​

Habitat for Humanity GTA

Meadowvale Community Centre, City of Mississauga - Summer Camp Volunteer

​Volunteers will work under the direct supervision of a Camp Leader and help with program supervision.

Volunteer Position Description

City of Mississauga Summer Camp Volunteer

Mighty Day Camps at North Bramalea United Church

​The student will first attend a week’s worth of leadership training and development, where they will gain certain skills to help them through a day at camp. Skills include communication, teamwork, competence and confidence. During their time committed as a camp counselor, the volunteer will be leading a small group of elementary aged children through their daily activities with a partner. Overseen by camp staff, they will lead children from activity to activity and while engaging and interacting with them. Activities include crafts, lunch, park, outdoor/indoor games, and camp wide activity. Students will gain value experience as they will spending a lot of one on one time with children from different backgrounds. 

Mighty Day Camps at North Bramalea United Church 

Mississauga Arts Guide

​Mississauga Arts Guide an is an online magazine featuring professional artists and art organizations within the Peel region. The student volunteer will help develop and design graphics and the website.​

Mississauga Arts Guide

Mississauga Little Aces Tennis Community
Mississauga Little Aces Tennies Community is looking for volunteers to act as scorekeeper from July 7 to August 25. The location is at the Ontario Racquet Club at 884 Southdown Road in Mississauga. 

If interested, please contact Albert Fong at albert@mississaugalittleaces.com. 

Museums of Mississauga

Museums of Mississauga are a collection of heritage buildings located in South Mississauga. Volunteers will assist with running various event activity stations and interacting with visitors. Events run from October to July.

Museums of Mississauga

My French Club

​Students will help a teacher team run youth camps and french immersion programs. Volunteers will sing, dance, read and help students with their work if needed. Applicants should have an excellent french level as they will be required to speak and read french to children at all times.

My French Club

MY Voice Canada


  • Have photographic and related skills (e.g., photo editing skills) to assist the Head Photographer
  • Take high quality photographs at MY Voice events and programs 
  • Produce and submit cover photos for MY Voice Magazine 
  • Report to Head Photographer

  • Make illustrations for articles when asked and contribute to comic page of the magazine (if interested) 
  • Report to Head Designer

Web Coordinator 
  • Maintains website by posting things weekly 
  • Maintains website by checking for traffic on it and promoting its content on social media - Keeps in touch with Website designers and hosts to make sure things are running smoothly 
  • Makes sure to learn how to do everything from adding items in SHOP; putting in s/h prices by weight; adding events and links to social media pictures; fixing and updating the timeline pictures; adding forms (e.g., volunteer forms, subscriptions forms), etc. 
  • Attends monthly Executive meetings 
  • Volunteers at least one event every quarter (outside of MY Voice event)
  • Reports to Editor-in-Chief for magazine-related items and Project Director otherwise every quarter

Neighbourhood Games Association

​The 2019 Neighbourhood Games events will be help in Brampton. This inclusive, intergenerational event promotes international cooperation and involvement through participation in fun game-based life and active-lifestyle competitions.

Neighbourhood Games Association

Parkinson Canada

​Parkinson Canada is a national charity dedicated to supporting Canadians with Parkinson's disease. The SuperWalk event helps to fund research, advocacy, education and support services. There are a variety of roles available for student volunteers, ranging from event planning, sponsorship and prize coordination, food and beverage, entertainment and programs, and more.


Parkinson Canada

​​Parkinson Canada is looking for Parkinson SuperWalk - Event Volunteer from May to September. Students will have the opportunity to participate in event planning, site and logistics coordination, registration, banking and more.

For more information, please visit: Parkinson Canada - volunteer form.pdf

Parkland on the Glen

​Parkland on the Glen is a retirement living community. Seniors of varying cognitive and physical abilities all have a desire to live a vibrant and community focused life. Volunteers will share their interests, skills and talents with our community. Activities range from 1 on 1 social programs, to supporting events and programs. Students will develop skills including planning, promotion and program execution.

Parkland on the Glen

Parkrun Meadowvale

Parkrun Meadowvale organizes free weekly 5km timed walks and runs. Volunteers will help event organizers manage weekly community runs.​

Parkrun Meadowvale.pdf

Peel Region Gift of Life Association

Student designer will craft a logo for a community advocate group for​ organ and tissue donation. This logo will appear on a new website and on social media. Students should have knowledge of Adobe Illustrator.

Peel Region Gift of Life Association

​PLASP’s Volunteer Program helps to define PLASP as a community organization. At PLASP, we believe in the value of providing members of the community with learning opportunities and practical work experiences in our programs and office.

Learn more on the PLASP volunteer page. ​
Political Campaign Volunteer

​Student volunteers will participate in canvassing neighbourhoods, utilize the PC party database and interact with the community. Time commitments are anytime between 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the week.​

Volunteer Opportunity​

Region of Peel - Long Term Care Volunteer

Student volunteers will support programs such as Long Term Care and Adult Day Service in Malton Village's Long Term Care Centre. Volunteers will participate in a variety of programs including activation programs, such as bingo, music, trivia, crafts, gardening and more. Students may also operate the general store and assist with outings and dining support.

Region of Peel Health Services

Snow Removal / Community Member Support in Brampton West

​This opportunity is for students interested in working in outside gardens. Tasks include lawn care, preparation and may include shovelling snow in the winter months.​

Snow Removal and Community Member Support in Brampton West

Southside Shuffle Blues and Jazz Festival

​Southside Shuffle is a not-for-profit organization that promotes live music with the aims of creating a community service for residents and businesses in Mississauga. Volunteers can help with logistics, hospitality, back stage and parking.

Southside Shuffle

Special Olympics Caledon

As a swimming volunteer, students will help teach and monitor special needs individuals how to swim. Volunteers should know how to swim and will work with special needs athletes.

Special Olympics Caledon

Story Garden

​The Story Garden is a non-profit centre providing variety of programs for children of all ages and their families. Students are matched with a primary student to share literature in picture book form, play word games and develop relationships with peers and young readers.

The Story Garden 2018-2019

Study Circle

Study Circle is a weekend and after-school program for Peel and Halton students in grades 1 through 10. Students will assist teachers in classes, office duties and events.

Study Circle

Suite Melody Care

​Suite Melody Care is a community youth volunteer program encouraging musically inclined youth to give back to the community. Volunteers will perform in hospitals, retirement residences and long-term care facilities.

​​Suite Melody Care

The Centre for Education and Training

​The Centre for Education and Training is a community agency dedicated to helping newcomers, youth, seniors and at risk or underserved youth. Volunteers will be part of the Empowher, youth leadership training for women program. This program requires students to attend a 40 hour in-class training session followed by a minimum of 50 hours volunteer research participation component, which will be presented to stakeholders and government representatives.

The Centre for Education and Training - Application

The Centre for Education and Training Flyer

The Dorothy Ley Hospice

​The Dorothy Ley Hospice offers programs and services to support people facing life-limiting illnesses. By volunteering your time and effort, you will help make a difference during one of the most challenging times anyone will face. Volunteers will collaborate in an industrial kitchen and help deliver meals.

Dorothy Ley Hospice

The Journey Neighbourhood Centre

The Journey Neighbourhood Centre runs several programs for youth, including homework help and visual arts. Students will assist with running a program while developing leadership and communication skills.

Journey Neighbourhood Centre

The Salvation Army Cornerstone Community

Students will attend Christmas Kettles located at a variety of retail locations. Volunteers should be friendly and service-oriented. This opportunity will provide students with a glimpse into fundraising and offer an opportunity to practice conversational skills.

The Salvation Army - Cornerstone Community

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority – Conservation Youth Corps Program

​The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority works with municipalities to preserve and protect habitats and wildlife through programs, stewardship and more. Student volunteers will be involved in outdoor activities including invasive species removal, helping on an organic farm, trail maintenance, wildflower plantings and much more.​

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Toronto Pearson Airport: Welcome Team Junior Ambassador Volunteer Program

​Student volunteers will work alongside seasoned Welcome Team members by assisting with basic information and directions in Terminals 1 and 3. Volunteers will provide customer service, directions and help escalate complex passenger issues.

Welcome Team Junior Ambassador Program

Westminter United Church

Student volunteer will operate the P/A system during worship services. This opportunity is ideal for students interested in media and offers students the chance to practice controlling multiple microphones, mixing instrumental and live vocals.

Westminster United Church PA Volunteer

William Osler Hospital

William Osler Health System serves 1.3 million residences in Brampton, North Etobicoke, and the surrounding communities. Students will assist visitors to their destinations, answer general questions and may assist staff in maintaining patient flow.

William Osler Health System

With a Thousand Cranes

​With a Thousand Cranes, ​is looking for volunteers to help their goal in making a thousand cranes for individuals in need. This is a year-round opportunity. To apple, visit www.withathousandcranes.com. If you have any questions, please email withathousandcranes@gmail.com. 

With a Thousand Cranes - Volunteer Form.pdf

World Vision Canada

​World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with the world's most vulnerable people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Student volunteers will help sort products and fill boxes to send overseas to help directly create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities.​

World Vision Canada

Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care
Volunteers will assist our staff to run various events and activities (festival celebrations, crafting, games, birthday parties, etc.) for the benefit of our seniors. They are expected to set up the venue, prepare the activity materials, and encourage our seniors to participate in the activities.

Young Engineering Minds

Young Engineering Minds provides project-based programs to teach principles and methods of engineering to youth. Two positions are available to prospective students, STEM night volunteers and summer camp counsellors.
Young Engineering Minds

To submit a volunteer posting, complete the volunteer job formvolunteer job form and email it or fax it to us at 905-890-1112.

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