The Student Life Centre strongly encourages you to connect with the London community through volunteering.
There are over 1,000 non-profit organizations in London who desperately need volunteers. Some organizations may not be able to operate without the help of volunteers. You are a vital part of their service delivery plan.
We have developed relationships with key organizations in London that we encourage our students to work with in a volunteer capacity. These organizations recruit volunteers to assist with not only their day-to-day operations, but also with the execution of their programs and services in the community.
If you are looking for current volunteer opportunities from partners specfically requesting Brescia students, please look here.
If you are looking for current volunteer postings across the London area, go to: Pillar Non-Proft Network Searchable Database of Volunteer Postings.
Community Partners Include:
A registered Canadian charity organization that provides settlement services and other programs that advances education by providing courses, seminars, meetings, counseling and other support services for refugees & immigrants in need.
To advocate for and provide support services, education and research in London and Middlesex County for those affected by Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD).
We offer an affordable family facility where we serve children, youth, adults and seniors who need us. Our programs and services are planned to provide fun with a purpose. Using recreation, social, education and vocational programs we develop self-esteem and self respect for individuals and families in need.
Our vision is to create and operate seniors housing communities where our residents enjoy a lifestyle and quality of life exceeding their expectations.
Provides a full complement of choices for residents, featuring comfortable retirement accommodations, well appointed apartments, an accredited long-term care residence and a wide variety of programs and first class services.
By providing services that are accessible, evidence-based and responsive to the changing needs of our clients, our community, and our partners, DBIS supports individuals to maximize their strengths and live healthy, meaningful lives.
An innovative non-profit corporation founded in 1981 that advocates the preservation of significant heritage properties.
An Eating Disorders Support and Resource Centre, offering a safe and supportive environment to people who suffer from eating disorders and for their families and friends, by:
- Providing caring support and quality educational resources
- Encouraging healthy lifestyle, positive body image and high self esteem
- Promoting public awareness of and education about the seriousness and prevention of eating disorders
Supports and promotes the inclusion of adults and youth with disabilities in community life through opportunities in training, employment, education, leisure, the arts and voluntarism.
Providing support to people with HIV/AIDS and HCV (Hep C) who have immediate health care needs to realize positive health and wellness outcomes through the provision of Transitional Care, Respite Care and End of Life Care.
To improve our collective well being by bringing together individuals, organizations and resources to foster community action and create positive social change.
We are a diverse group of individuals with diverse talents and a common desire to take action on issues around homelessness in London, Ontario.
Owned and operated by (WCA) of London, McCormick Home is an accredited, not-for-profit, long-term care facility that has served London and area for over 100 years. We serve adults, primarily the frail elderly, who require a range of personal and health services, and who are no longer able to live safely and independently in the community. Our Home creates an environment that encourages residents to be as active, independent and involved in life as possible.
Opens doors of hope to those seeking emergency shelter and support, by offering safe shelter, food, and clothing and by facilitating rehabilitation as needed, in an atmosphere of compassion.
Supports nonprofit organizations in fulfilling their missions in our community. We provide leadership, advocacy, and support to the nonprofit sector through the promotion of volunteerism, professional development and networking opportunities, and information sharing.
A community-inspired organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals and diverse communities living with, at-risk for, or affected by the challenges associated with HIV/AIDS.
Responds to the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of those within our sphere of influence, leading to self-healing and regeneration through supportive, multi-faceted programs.
The only Canadian charity to provide individual dreams to children with severe physical disabilities (such as spina bifida or cerebral palsy) as well as life-threatening illnesses. In fact, 80% of Sunshine Kids are challenged by a severe physical disability.
Locally driven and governed, United Way is a non-denominational, registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life of all people in our community and helping individuals, families, neighbourhoods and communities reach their full potential.
With business, government, labour, non-profit and community leaders, United Way:
- Identifies and understands the root causes of the social issues we face
- Brings together the needed research, experts and resources
- Initiates and invests in programs that hold the most promise for long-term solutions
- Develops leaders and skills to strengthen the non-profit sector
Additional Volunteer Resources