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Volunteer Opportunities

Lakeshore General Hospital

Located in the West Island, Lakeshore General is always looking for volunteers to accompany patients during hospital appointments or to organize activities at the centre d’hébergement.


If you have spare time and you want to help improve the quality of life and well-being of people in your neighbourhood, contact their volunteer services: (514)-630-2119 

St-Anne's Hospital

The Volunteers Service at Ste-Anne's Hospital sets itself apart through remarkable teamwork that contributes significantly to the high quality of care and the harmony of the residents’ living environment.

Many of the socio-recreational activities offered on site require the presence of volunteers in order to encourage and make it easier for the residents to participate.

Check out there the link for more information: or call (514)-457-3440 ext. 2398

McGill University Health Centre

Located downtown, the MUHC has six hospitals at their health centre and over 2000 volunteers. But there can never be enough volunteers; MUHC are looking for volunteers who are ready to make a commitment of 3 to 4 hours a week (morning, afternoon, or evening) for a minimum of 5 months. For the summer "Volunteen" Program (July and August) we are looking for volunteers who can commit 2 days a weeks over the summer.


For more information:

Montreal Chinese Hospital

The Montreal Chinese Hospital welcomes new volunteers who would like to give time to improve the wellbeing and quality of life for residents. The older residents at the hospital really appreciate the attention and presence of volunteers. Volunteers can interact with patients through friendly visits, leisure and recreation activities, accompaniment to medical appointments, and assistance during meals.

If you would like to become a volunteer, please contact Vivian Juang, the volunteer coordinator: or (514)-871-0961, ext: 243

Heart and Stroke Foundation

The Montreal Cœur + AVC offers short-term and long-term opportunities working on research, health promotion and advocacy, and helping out for fundraisers. 

Find out more by email:

or by visiting their website:

Santropol Roulant/

Santropol Roulant is a community food hub where they grow, prepare and deliver food. Volunteering includes preparing food for the Meals on Wheels program, meal delivery, gardening, food preservation, and much more. 

To learn more visit their website or the SSMU Volunteer Board

Dépôt Alimentaire NDG

The Depot runs a diverse set of programs in order to help increase food security in the NDG community. In order to do this, volunteers are needed! There are plenty of opportunities ranging from prepping and cooking food, to gardening, to helping run cooking workshops for kids and adults.


The following website will list of their volunteer positions and instructions on how to get involved

Breakfast Club of Canada

"In Canada, 1 child in 5 is at risk of starting the school day on an empty stomach due to a lack of access to nutritious food." The Breakfast Club of Canada works with volunteers to prepare and serve a nutritious morning meal to kids in schools and communities across Canada. 


If you want to be a part of this initiative, visit

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