Volunteering is a great way to make new friends, build your professional network and enjoy fun community events.
Giving your time makes a difference and helps people with developmental disabilities build their strengths, interests and community connections.
Volunteering can give you new knowledge, experience and skills, while also allowing you to share yours. We provide training, as well as confirmation of volunteer hours and a reference letter based on role.
- Enjoy community activities with people we support
- Host fundraisers and help run events
- Work on committees and on our Board of Directors
- Share skills and interests (baking, singing, yoga etc.)
- Mentor and build friendships through Best Buddies and Campus Friends at University of Guelph.
- Join the "MAUDE SQUAD" (Mothers, Aunts, Uncles, Dads, Everyone Else) to fundraise together