Offering opportunities to make a difference
Dixon Hall’s Volunteer Programs provide more than 1,200 volunteers each year in support of over 75 different programs and services provided in the community. It is this incredible support provided by these generous individuals that makes the operation of many of these programs possible.
Alternatively, download our application in Word or PDF format.
Completed applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 416-962-5541 or mailed to:
190 Carlton Street
Applications can also be dropped off at the same address.
Community volunteers are crucial to the operation of our programs, designed to support community members across all life stages, and to the vibrancy of our neighbourhoods in the downtown east and Regent Park.
By becoming a volunteer today, you can:
- Help people in need
- Make a difference
- Be involved in your community
- Meet new people and have fun
- Receive references and recognition
Corporate Volunteers are crucial to our volunteer base, and touch the lives of the community members we serve in the downtown east and Regent Park. Through corporate volunteering, you have the opportunity to:
- Get involved in your local community
- Support meaningful change in the neighbourhoods you work and live in
- Demonstrate commitment to living your corporate values
- Create team-building experiences for employees
Current Corporate Volunteer Opportunities
🡪 Tuesday Evening Dinner Program
Annually, Dixon Hall’s Board of Directors recruits independent directors from the community. The process varies from year to year based on needs of the Board and the expiration of terms of its members. Generally, recruitment occurs in the late spring for nominations to occur at our Annual General Meeting (AGM) in September.
If you’re interested in putting your name forward as a candidate, please forward a resume and covering letter to: HR@dixonhall.org
Dixon Hall’s Fundraising and Special Events Committees are voluntary bodies with representation from clients, community members and various health and business professionals. Becoming a Committee Member is an exciting and meaningful way to get involved and give back to the community.
Please check back soon for Committee Member openings, which are posted as they become available.
Dixon Hall is committed to providing meaningful learning opportunities to students to build community capacity, to provide them with experience to assist them in their studies and/or future employment opportunities, and to encourage learning within the organization. Student placement opportunities are generally available for the fall and winter terms of college and/or university.
Open student opportunities will be posted on our careers page here.