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Organization Position Location Description
CIUSSS West-Central Montreal

Recreation Assistant


Volunteers assist with recreational activities in a group or on a one to one basis that are held in our long-term care facilities: St. Andrew (NDG), St. Margaret (Westmount), Henri Bradet (NDG) and Father Dowd (CDN). Friendly visiting with the residents is also available.Volunteering on the week-ends or in the evening is also possible.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the West Island


West Island

Mentor a child by being a Big Brother or Big Sister. The volunteer and child spend a few hours once a week doing an activity together that they both enjoy.
Please apply online on our website at:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the West Island

Board Member

West Island

Volunteers meet once per month for 2 hours to report on subcommittee accomplishments and to vote on pending issues. Actively participate in a subcommittee in support of the agency’s needs:
Technology/marketing: increase visibility through social media, blogging, twitter, fb, press releases, etc;
Fundraising: help find sponsors, secure in-kind donations, sell tickets to events, promote the events, volunteer at events

Collective Community Services

Little Learners Cooperative Preschool - Assistant Educator


Volunteers assist primary program educator and interacts with children ages 2-5 years old in this cooperative preschool that runs Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9AM - 12:30PM. Duties may include signing, play, dancing, open gym, help with crafts, help with circle time, help with bathroom runs, and help with cleanup.

Little Learners is a cooperative early childhood education program focusing on school readiness skills of children 2-5 years old. Through child-focused learning experiences, children develop fine and gross motor skills, creativity, early numeracy and literacy skills as well as social skills.

Collective Community Services

Early Head Start Program Assistant


CCS is looking for volunteers in LaSalle to join us as a classroom assistant for the parent-child Early Head Start programs (playgroup). CCS-Early Head Start (EHS) is a program designed for young children between the ages of 0-5 and their parents. The program offers age-appropriate activities, based on the developmental needs of each child, with the goal of strengthening family relationships and preparing children for school. Early Head Start Program provides all participating families an opportunity to interact with other families which in return strengthens the community. Expect circle time, fun crafts, opportunities for free play, songs, and time to connect with other families!

Chateau Ramezay

Museum guides


Our establishment Chateau Ramezay is an historic site and museum of Montreal

The "volunteer guides" have the function of animating all kinds of activities with a historical flavor.

Volunteers can either guide school groups or receive regular visitors to the Château. The involvement of the guides who receive school visits is on weekdays, from September to June, with a peak of activity from March to June.

The guides who give tours to Museum visitors generally give one day of tours per month on weekends from September to the end of June. During the summer, they are required to give at least 3 or 4 tours from July 1 to September 31. These tours are generally given between 12:00 and 4:00 p.m.

We are looking for volunteers interested in sharing a love of history with students and visitors to our beautiful city. You don’t have to be a historian or even bilingual!
All you need is a love of learning and the desire to share your knowledge with others, as well as availability a few hours per week. If you also happen to be interested in the history of Quebec and of Montréal, you’d be an ideal candidate! We offer a detailed training program after which you will be teamed up with an experienced guide until you are comfortable with the ins and outs of guiding!

Meet up with our dynamic team and register for the training session at one of our “Open house”.

Compeer Montreal

Peer Support Member


We are currently in need of new members for 2023 to fill our volunteer positions!!
Provide a one-on-one friendly relationship (social and emotional support) to someone with a mental health issue.
Commitment duration - 6 months. Volunteer positions will be phone calls at the very beginning, with the possibility of in-person meetings along the way.
Serious inquiries only please.
Please email us with your C.V attached if you are interested. We respond quickly and are eager to meet you!

Contactivity Centre

Medical Accompaniment


Often, it is difficult to make it to medical appointments, especially in the winter time when mobility is harder. Volunteers assist seniors in getting to and coming back from their appointments either by their personal cars or via taxis. This service is for Westmount and adjacent areas.

Contactivity Centre

Grocery Shopping


Some seniors suffering from a loss of autonomy would like help with their grocery run every week. Volunteers would either do the shop for them, or accompany them to the grocery store. Volunteers can also help seniors get to the bank.

Contactivity Centre

Senior Driver


We are currently looking for volunteers with access to a car to help transport seniors to necessary medical appointments.

Many of our members don't have access to a car, can't afford a taxi, or have mobility issues. The volunteers would have to have flexible availability and be able to take cases at fairly short notice, as we may only receive confirmation of the appointment a week or so before it.