Volunteers play an important role in the lives of the children, youth and families that we serve and have a lasting and positive impact on their future. Family & Children’s Services of Guelph and Wellington County volunteers truly make a difference. They contribute a variety of skills, experience and knowledge.
Volunteering includes supporting children, youth, and parents/guardians one on one.
Mentors are matched with a child or youth who need extra support and encouragement and benefit from regular one-on-one time.
Parent Aides partner with a parent/guardian to provide support and guidance, emotional support and practical skills.
Tutors provide one on one support with homework or school projects. The volunteer might be skilled in a specific subject(s).
Volunteer Drivers provide transportation services to and from appointments for children, youth and families.
Childcare Assistants support a family by provide childcare for children while the parent(s) attend a group/meeting, runs errands or simply just needs some time alone.
For more information about Volunteer Services, download our volunteer brochure here.
Interested in gaining valuable experience and making a difference?
Contact the Coordinator of Volunteer Services with any questions or for an email version of the application. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-824-2410, ext. 4438
Volunteers Sign in here or use the Better Impact Ap.