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Be a Volunteer

"A volunteer is a person who believes that people can make a difference and is willing to prove it." - Anonymous

Community Living Belleville and Area has a Volunteer Program that matches people from our community with people we support. These intentional matches provide opportunities for informal relationships and thereby contribute to an improved quality of life for people with disabilities. The Volunteer Program also offers opportunities in many areas within our organization. These experiences directly and indirectly enhance the lives of the people we support.

How Do I Become a Volunteer?

Interested in learning more about how you fit into Community Living Belleville and Area' family of volunteers?

Here's how to get started:

  1. Call our Administration Office at 91 Millennium Parkway, Belleville, Ontario at 613.969.7407, Ext. 22 or e-mail Sharon Wright.
  2. Arrange a time for an interview with Sharon Wright, Manager of Community Development and Volunteer Services.
  3. Complete appropriate paperwork including a Volunteer Application Form, Police Record Check, references and signing of appropriate paperwork.
  4. Once all of the paperwork is completed, you can begin your volunteer experience. You will receive appropriate training and orientation and will be supported by trained staff and other volunteers.

Volunteering time is a gift worth celebrating. Whether you can provide friendship, have a coffee, read a book or assist in areas such as entertainment, fundraising activities, administration or Board membership, we welcome your interest in volunteerism!

Reward yourself - volunteer today!

Your gift of time CAN make a difference.

Download our Volunteer Handbook
Download our Volunteer Registration Form
Note: The Volunteer Handbook and the Registration Form are in Adobe format Get Adobe Reader

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