Get Started! Call 519-472-1541 x226 or x 239.
Once you have attended Volunteer Readiness Training, you will be put on a placement list until an appropriate volunteer position is found.
- Build new skills
- Increase self-confidence
- Improve communication skills
- Socialize and meet new friends
- Prepare for employment
Where People Volunteer
- London Public Library (10 different branches)
- Nursing Homes
- Daycare & Early Years Centres
- Elementary Schools
- Storybook Gardens
- Victorian Order of Nurses (VON)
- Hospice of London
- Middlesex London Health Unit
- Local Foodbanks
and many more!
How We Help
Hutton House will help you:
- find a placement based on your skills and interests.
- assist with training specific for the position.
- provide short or long term support at your placement.
Volunteer Readiness Training
All volunteers are required to complete this training before they are matched with an organization.
Training topics include:
• Being a good volunteer
• Being part of a team
• How to look your best
• Interview skills
• Job responsibilities
• Making a good first impression
Building Community Partnerships
Access Voluntarism helps community organizations gain committed and talented volunteers and plays a fundamental role in building a community where everyone can participate and contribute.
Access Voluntarism staff:
Meet with agencies to discuss their services and needs.
Work with agency staff to develop a job description of responsibilities.
Match the organization with a volunteer who meets their requirements.
Provide training to the volunteer to learn the job.
Provide support to the volunteer as long as needed.
Evaluate and follow up on a regular basis.
Access Voluntarism provides a program that is mutually rewarding and beneficial to community organizations and volunteers.
The Access Voluntarism program is supported by: