Engage the community in the nonprofit sector by promoting volunteerism and effective volunteer management.
Volunteer referral service at www.pillarnonprofit.ca
- Ongoing service for members of Pillar who need to find volunteers for their programs and for citizens of our community who wish to find volunteer positions
Community Volunteerism Presentations
- Staff and volunteers are available to present at schools, community organizations and businesses about getting connected through Volunteerism
- Presentations are customized and have included: Volunteering Get Started; Volunteering at Leadership Levels; Volunteering and your Job Search; Employee Volunteerism
- Contact Pillar by email or at 519-433-7876, or simply fill out and submit this form
New Canadians & Volunteering
- Brochures focused on New Canadians and volunteering that are distributed to various partner organizations in the community.
- Brochures are available here in English, Spanish, Arabic and Mandarin.
- With generous support provided by the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration (MCI) Ontario's Community Builders, Pillar delivered two workshops in collaboration with organizations providing settlement services in London - London Cross Cultural Learner Centre, London Public Library, LUSO Community Services, and South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre.
Getting Started on Your 40 Hours (available here)
- A pamphlet that helps students and their parents understand how to fulfill the 40 hour mandatory volunteer requirement for high school graduation.
- ChangeTheWorld Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge is a way for Ontario teens to make a difference in their lives and communities through volunteering.
- Pillar's collaborative approach with various community partners, covering the Thames Valley region, ensures participation from a broad, diverse group of young people.
- Activities are developed based on youth feedback from past Youth Volunteerism Challenges.