Volunteering in Brampton

Through their generous contribution of time and commitment the community volunteers here in Brampton really make a difference in our lives. Without them so many services wouldn’t exist.

Are you thinking about giving back your community? Or donating time to a cause close to your heart? How about learning a new skill? Or improving your chances for employment? Volunteering offers so many benefits; all while making a positive impact on your community.

Listed here are just a few resources within Brampton/Peel Region where volunteer opportunities exist. Watch for current not-for-profit fundraising events in our community news. If you are a non-profit/charitable agency please contact us for your free listing at: info (at) flowercitymom.com.

Volunteer MBC
Volunteer MBC connects youth, adults, seniors, newcomers, families & groups and corporations to the not-for-profit/charitable agency volunteer opportunities within Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon.

Region of Peel
Volunteer opportunities through the Region of Peel including Peel Public Health, Long term care centres, Children’s Services, Public Works, and Heritage.

Charity Village
Just a great resource for everything non-profit: volunteer opportunities, events,  news, paid employment opportunities, training and resources; all within easy to search site!

United Way of Peel Region
When you volunteer to help improve the quality of life in your community everyone wins!

City of Brampton
There are many ways to get involved as a volunteer with the city. Our city’s youth programs, animal services, theatre, and facility maintenance all benefit thanks to community volunteers!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel
Every child needs a mentor! The Big Brothers Big sisters of Peel offer a variety of program with volunteer opportunities such as:  One to One Friendship, Group Mentoring, Big Bunch, In-School Mentoring, Teen Mentoring, Go Girls!  and their Conversation Club.

Brampton Neighbourhood Resource Centre
The BMRC provides family-focused, community-based programs, with a multitude of volunteer opportunities within their centre.

Peel Children’s Aid Society
The Peel Children’s Aid is seeking volunteers 18+ to help make an impact on children and families with activities such as tutoring, mentoring, driving and assisting with family visits and special events.

PLASP
Currently operating 187 school age programs and 20 early learning centres in Peel Region and Toronto, PLASP offers many different volunteer and student placement opportunities.

Salvation Army
The largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada.

Habitat for Humanity
Helping families in need to a new life; the Habitat for Humanity has volunteer opportunities beyond just construction, such as office and committee volunteers.

Brampton Library
The Brampton Library offers many volunteer opportunities, including opportunities for student community services hours:  Homebound Services, Reading Buddies, Program Assistants, Teen Library Council, and Community Outreach (promoting library services at community events).