A Volunteer at FCS will:

Contribute to the community
Establish new friendships
Share skills and knowledge while gaining skills and knowledge
Work experience
Complete community hours
Experience enjoyable, fun, and fulfilling moments
Research confirms that people who offer their time to volunteering gain many skills including communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to motivate others, dealing and coping with stressful situations, as well as leading enriching
Are You:

16 years old and older
Energetic and fun
Mindful of other cultures and diversity
Strong desire to make a positive difference
Wanting to develop new skills which could improve your life
Experience enjoyable, fun, and fulfilling moments
*FCS welcomes volunteers of all diversities, values and cultures. Please do not hesitate to approach us with any concerns and inquiries at volunteer@fcscanada.org or speak with the Volunteer Coordinator at 416-840-4425.


Criminal Record Check/Vulnerable Persons Report
Certification in CPR and First Aid considered an asset
Fluent in English (Proficiency in other languages considered an asset)
Experience and sensitivity in dealing with members of multi socio-cultural backgrounds, ill-health or old age, and low-income backgrounds
Demonstrated ability to plan and organize creative, appropriate and safe activities
Strong interpersonal and self-management skills
Must be highly organized and be able to proactively solve problems
Volunteer Application Form:

Please download and fill out our Volunteer Application Form:

Volunteer Application (2017)
Becoming a Volunteer:

Attend a Volunteer Orientation
Meet with the Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator
Pass a personal reference check and police check
Complete training
Volunteering at FCS means that you agree to and accept the values and standard practices outlined in the FCSís Volunteer Code of Conduct Guideline.

At Frontline Community Services we also have a Student Placement Program in which volunteers can also donate their time to complete your academic requirements of placement or internship programs. For more information, please email volunteer@fcscanada.org

We welcome any feedback, opinions, comments, and input here at Frontline Community Services which may help to improve the content, instruction and quality of our programs and services. If you would like to express your views, please go to our Feedback page which is confidential.