Looking to get involved outside the Western Bubble?
Start with this handy guide to Community Opportunities
The Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex relies on the generosity of individuals, community groups, corporations and foundations who contribute to our organization by volunteering their time to help those affected by dementia in our region.
As a not-for-profit organization, we are supported by volunteers who utilize their talents and interests to make a meaningful contribution in the arts & cultural community.
Volunteering is a great way to contribute to our organization while meeting like-minded people, learning new skills, attending events, and becoming involved with the London arts scene. We offer opportunities in many areas.
Aims to create opportunities and foster an accepting environment for all individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In addition, they strive to increase public awareness about autism, and advocate for programs and services for the autism community.
For just a few hours a couple of times a month, you can help a child succeed. Big Brothers Big Sisters is different from other mentoring organizations in that we seek volunteers who are committed and consistent, willing to serve at least a year, but we hope until a child graduates high school. Studies show that by doing so, our mentoring services help kids stay in school, avoid risky behaviour, and experience first-hand the importance of helping others in their community.
Chelsey Park strives to provide the best quality of life by providing an array of recreation programs, horticultural therapy, physiotherapy/occupational therapy/restorative care, massage therapy, pastoral care, art therapy, and pet visits to the residents of the long-term care facility.
An organization dedicated to raising and granting funds to support Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre, Thames Valley Children’s Centre and Children’s Health Research Institute.
CMHA Middlesex aims to promote goo mental health, prevent further illness, offer treatment, support recovery and provide mental health education in the community of London, Middlesex, Exeter and Goderich.
A national literacy organization that works with volunteers and community partners to give people the skills and confidence they need to reach their potential and contribute to society.
Growing Chefs! Ontario exists to get kids and communities excited about healthy, wholesome food. We believe that good food and strong communities are intimately linked, and so meaningful connections between chefs, growers, educators and students will foster a more sustainable food system. Volunteers will facilitate empowering experiences for kids to get involved in sustainable food systems!
A non-profit organization that welcomes partners without discrimination to help build simple, decent, affordable homes with low-income families.
Learning Disabilities Association of London Region aims to help individuals living with learning disabilities realize their true potential on their path to success. They believe that everyone has the right to learn, the power to achieve, and the ability to succeed!
The goal of LTS is to connect educators and youth with volunteers to deliver a wide variety of STEM learning experiences in both school and community settings.
Volunteer at one of the multiple library locations within London.
A non-profit organization that is a leader in providing downhill ski and snowboarding educational programs. Students interested in this volunteer opportunity must be skiers at or above CSIA Adventure 2- Silver.
A multicultural, non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the inclusiveness and well-being of the London community by providing community social services.
Supports the fight against impaired driving, and supports victims of the violent crime.
A Christian faith-based social services agency that focuses on serving those experiencing poverty and homelessness, by providing food, shelter, clothing, crisis intervention and rehabilitation.
Southwestern Ontario’s leading establishment for the collection and presentation of visual art and material culture, and provides public and educational programming, special events, and exhibitions.
ReForest London is a local charity that aims to enhance the environmental and human health of the Forest City through the benefits of trees. We engage volunteers to plant trees, give trees to residents, and educate the community about how to improve our local ecosystems. We offer a variety of volunteer roles, from the casual tree planter to the dedicated office assistant.
Offers equestrian companionship and training to people with special needs to find independence.
A volunteer driven service on Western’s campus that provides safe escorts, deters crime, and promotes safety awareness on college.
The goals of the YMCA is to be a multi-services charity that provides opportunities for personal growth in spirit, mind, and body for people of all backgrounds, beliefs, and abilities.