VolunteerBe the change. Inspire. Engage. Learn.
We rely on skilled and trained volunteer mentors and tutors to bring our literacy programs to life with our community partners.
Volunteering provides our tutors with experience in the areas of education, social work, psychology, sociology, and most of all, community service. Check out our volunteer testimonals.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer tutor, please contact our office.
We require a police check and reference checks on every volunteer. Volunteers cannot begin tutoring until both of these requirements have been completed. To obtain a police check, you can visit your local police department, provide them with the necessary identification, and pay the required fee (please keep the receipt, we would be happy to reimburse you for the cost). Generally speaking, the completed police check will be returned to you while you wait or it can be mailed to you.
List of accepted ID for police check:
Valid Driver's Licence
Government/Military Employment Card
Age of Majority Card
Canadian Blood Services Card
Indian Status Card