Volunteers play important roles in the programs and services provided by Community Living Dufferin for adults with developmental disabilities.
Volunteers come from all walks of life, from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, and, have their own interests and skills. They are the young and the older, and the in-between. What they have in common is a desire to get involved and a desire to make a difference!
Volunteers coach, cook, bake, mentor, and teach. They donate, befriend, and lend help to the task at hand. They plant, weed, visit, sew, paint, play games and cards, clean, and fund-raise. They chair and serve on the Board of Directors and Committees. They support and enhance the efforts of employees and offer creative ideas that enrich the programs and services of Community Living Dufferin.
Volunteers are deeply valued. We appreciate the time that they give, the skills that they share, and the dedication that they demonstrate to enrich the lives of those adults, supported by Community Living Dufferin.
For more information on volunteering opportunities and police check requirements please contact:
Karen Murphy-Fritz: email@example.com | 519-941-8971 Ext. 165
We would like to respectfully acknowledge that Dufferin County resides within the traditional territory and ancestral lands of the Tionontati (Petun), Attawandaron (Neutral),
Haudenosaunee (Six Nations), and Anishinaabe peoples.