Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services encourages diversity among our volunteers and recruits prospective volunteers from a broad range of abilities and backgrounds. Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services adheres to the principle of right to equal treatment without discrimination. If you require ACCOMODATION (meaning you need supports to do things such as read, write or have mobility issues) in order to participate in the volunteer program, please describe your needs here:
Volunteer placement is made on the basis of program requirements, the skills and experience of the applicant and when appropriate, successful reference checks. Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services may need to collect personal information (academic background and employment/volunteer history) appropriate to the position(s) applied for, as well as for the purposes of conducting reference checks. Dixon Hall adheres to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will not trade or sell your personal information to others.
Your contact information will be used to keep you updated on volunteer program news, as well as to share information with you about Dixon Hall’s programs, events and other volunteer opportunities. Please tick this box if you DO NOT wish to receive these benefits.