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Angelman Quebec Society - Centre de répit Angelman

Respite Care Volunteer


We are looking for a volunteer who is a motivated, dynamic and a responsible team player that is able to maintain good relationships with guests and staff.

Responsibilities & Tasks:

-To ensure the well-being of respite guests and be familiar with their needs and interests,
-Ensure the safety of all guests at all times and that guests are accounted for at all times;
-To prepare and serve healthy and well-balanced meals;
-Follow and facilitate all procedures and routines.

Guest Engagement & Participation:

-To plan, prepare and implement stimulating programming (i.e., science, art, pet therapy, cooking, etc..). that is adapted based on the guests’ individual interests and needs;
-With the assistance of staff, ensure that guests are engaged in programming and have opportunities to take part in a variety of activities that benefit their well-being and bring them enjoyment throughout their stay;
-Facilitate guests’ communication as well as socialization among peers;
-Practice a strength-based approach and encourage independence while having fun.

The volunteer must be above the age of 16, bilingual (English & French), & able to commute to our center which is located at 14400 Boul. Gouin O, Pierrefonds, QC H9H 1B1 on Saturdays.

Cedars Cancer Foundation

Event Volunteer (One-time Event)

Town of Mount Royal

Our “8th Annual Cedars Run for Ovarian Cancer” event is a 2km, 5km and 10km run/walk which is scheduled for October 15th. This event raises awareness and funds for the DOvEEgene Project, under the leadership of Dr. Lucy Gilbert at the McGill University Health Centre. The DOvEEgene test provides a safe and minimally invasive method for earlier diagnosis of ovarian and endometrial cancers while being the only test to distinguish cancerous versus non-cancerous cells in pre- and post-menopausal women. To achieve a seamless event, we rely on the help of volunteers.

Approximate timing: from 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM, depending on volunteer task.

Institut National pour L'Équité L'Égalité L'Inclusion des personnes en situation d'handicap

Volunteering for InterAidance Helpline

Through our services and programs, we work towards the elimination of violence and discrimination, the promotion of equity for achieving true equality, and fostering inclusion for all.

Currently, we are seeking dedicated individuals to join our telephone support team for people with disabilities.

What will your tasks be?
- Provide active, confidential, and personalized listening services.
- Guide and support individuals with disabilities towards accessible and appropriate emergency assistance resources.
- Provide tailored support to individuals experiencing situations of violence.

Please note that volunteers engaging in this action to build safe, equitable, and egalitarian communities will receive specialized training for intervention.

To apply, please contact us at or call us at 514-382-0310 extension 604.

Who are we?

We are the l'Institut National pour l'Équité, l'Égalité et l'Inclusion des personnes en situation de handicap (INÉÉI-PSH). Our institute is committed to promoting equity, equality, and inclusion for all, regardless of age, gender, or ethnocultural background. As part of our Support and Psychosocial Intervention Program against violence and discrimination, we have launched a brand-new service called InterAidance.

What is InterAidance?

InterAidance is our rapid response to the needs of people with disabilities. We act as a vital channel for information sharing, referrals, as well as support and assistance services. Our goal is to provide comprehensive and tailored assistance, both online and over the phone. We have assembled a team of volunteers trained in our Intersectionnal framework (ADS+1 and 2MDH-PPH approach), which recognizes the diverse abilities and multiple disabilities of people with disabilities.

Fraser Institute

Registration Volunteer

We'll have volunteers arrive onsite around 3:00 PM to help setup our event registration area and help in the ballroom. Then, when our guests begin to arrive, volunteers will help to greet guests and hand out nametags. Once the reception and registration has ended and the dinner portion begins volunteers will then be provided dinner either in the volunteer room or the main ballroom dependent on guest numbers. Volunteers will be invited to watch the presentation and remainder of the program following dinner. When the dinner concludes, we’ll need assistance with collecting branded items and other materials from the tables.

L'Étoffe du Succès Montreal



Rôle : En relation directe avec la cliente, la bénévole assure des rendez-vous habillage de 1h30 en boutique avec la cliente. L’objectif étant de trouver à la cliente 2 à 3 tenues professionnelles dans le but de pouvoir aller en entrevue d’embauche ou de commencer un nouvel emploi avec la garde-robe adaptée. Le rendez-vous comporte la retranscription des informations de la cliente pour nos bases de données, l’habillage, le partage de nos programmes éducatifs et une simulation d’entrevue d’embauche.

Disponibilités : Au moins 1 rendez-vous par mois (1h30)

Qualités requises : Bon sens du relationnel, à l’écoute, compréhension, empathie et le sens de coordonner les vêtements.

Besoins illimités en bénévoles