Thank you for choosing to volunteer at this time.
Volunteering is a great way to contribute to your community, meet people, gain skills and experience. Volunteers are an important part of our team. Many of our programs depend on the support of volunteers to be successful.
Guelph CHC is committed to recruiting volunteers:
Volunteer placement is determined by both the applicant and Volunteer & Student Coordinator and is based on best fit with interests and background as well as agency needs. Due to the high volume of applications and limited number of volunteer positions, every application may not be offered a position.
We currently have limited openings for our volunteer roles. Some of the programs that we are currently recruiting volunteers to help support are Notes of Hope and other virtual programs.
At this time we are most in need of Volunteer Drivers for the SEED program and Food Access program.
Please complete this application form click the submit button at the bottom to get the application process started.
Please note: Volunteers are needed for WEEKDAY shifts during the day only.
Please list 2 references that can be contacted in regards to your becoming a GCHC volunteer. References do not need to be located in Guelph!
If you have questions about references or do not have references, reach out to Hannah Senitt email@example.com.
During this time GCHC and the SEED have modified programs and services. Volunteers are needed WEEKDAYS during the day only.
'Notes of Hope' volunteers work at their own pace when time and inspiration allow. This is a self-lead role and can be used toward mandated volunteer hours or high-school or court.
Please indicate which position you are interested in helping with:
Indicate the days and times you are usually available to volunteer.
Please note: At this time volunteer shifts for the SEED, Food Access and most of our programs are during the day, during the week. If you are not available during the day, consider waiting until programs restart before applying.
What skills, special qualifications or training do you have already or would like to gain from volunteering?
Tell us why you are interested in volunteering at the GCHC. Where do you usually volunteer/work? Are you prepared to work in a possibly stressful or unfamiliar situation?
Volunteering with the SEED or Food Access programs will require that you are able to lift boxes, have cooking experience and/or have access to a personal vehicle. Please provide some insight on your ability to volunteer with these roles.
Example: Newspaper, Radio, Internet, another volunteer, Facebook,post card.
Agency orientation is provided in a self-guided format.
Training, orientation and support for on-site roles will be provided before and during during shift. Staff support is always available.
Please list any requirements you have for a positive volunteering experience.
You may optionally provide the following information. Please note: Volunteers between 14-18 will need consent from a parent or guardian.
Select a password that you can use to sign into the Guelph CHC database to update your own information, log hours or sign up for shifts.