Volunteer Information

Students are encouraged to email their completed volunteer forms to  Forms may also be handed into the main office.  Please be sure to sign the volunteer form and have parents sign before emailing or handing in.



        •Reading Buddies -

Charity Village-
Christmas Kettles with the Salvation Army –
Participate in organized food drives, support services for community groups (Shepherds of Good Hope, 4H clubs)
Participate in community clean-up, flower/tree planting, recycling, and general beautification projects and activities (Clean Up the Capital)
City of Ottawa Volunteer Youth Opportunities- Recreation and Culture Volunteers 14 years of age or older can participate in a wide variety of programs. Volunteers can take part in: Aquatics, Special Events, Sports and Recreation, before and after School Programs, March Break/Holiday Camp. For more information, contact Volunteer Services at or 613-580-2624

Ways to engage virtually with your community

Sewing masks for front line workers
Writing letters of support for front line service worker
Writing letters to people in seniors residences
Engaging online with seniors residences and child centers
Providing virtual academic and/or language development support in an online environment for students
Supporting neighbours in need by cutting grass, shovelling snow, running errands
Virtually Teaching others a skill you’ve learned during this time at home
Online Reading Buddies for younger students or students practicing their English or French language skills
Virtual faith-based activities

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