Help is needed: Mask Sewing
People in your neighbourhood need your help.
Cooking, food-prep, cleaning, interacting with residents and relaying information to Drop-In Centre Manager, as well as debriefing if necessary.
Volunteers have the opportunity to connect with persons who experience Homelessness, Poverty, Addiction, Mental Health, Abuse, Discrimination and etc. on a daily basis.
Certification and Education is recommended, but not required.
Through a Harm-Reduction approach, volunteers have the opportunity to assist vulnerable members in the community with accessing basic needs and necessary resources to improve their quality of life. Harm-Reduction translates to being non-judgmental, education-based and meeting people where they are at in their circumstances. Volunteers have the opportunity to utilize this approach, connect with persons accessing services, learn more about people accessing services and learn more about themselves.