Engaging the community is fundamental when working to protect children and youth. Our volunteers play an important role in preserving that connection. The greatest satisfaction in volunteering with us, is knowing that you have truly improved the life of a child or youth.
Our volunteers come from all walks of life. They are men and women, young and old. They are single and partnered. They represent diverse cultural, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
You can contribute to a wide range of services. Some examples of volunteer roles are:
Tutor for children and youth in care
Mentor for children and youth in care
Participant in children’s groups
Participant in programs that benefit both children and their parents
Driver to help ensure your child arrives safely and on time for their appointments
Clerical assistance or committee members
Current Volunteer Opportunities
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and would like to attend the next volunteer orientation session, call (613) 747-7800 ext. 2805. Visit Volunteering at the CAS for more information.