Volunteer for LDAH
As a nonprofit, we are a primarily volunteer driven organization. We are extremely thankful for those who dedicate their time and skills to helping us further our mission and to support even more children and families that require our services and programs.
Below are some areas where we currently require volunteer support and assistance:
- Volunteer Literacy Tutor – Reading Rocks Program – Works with a pair of children for 8 weeks, twice per week, implementing an appropriate and effective individualized literacy program to meet each child’s individual literacy needs. Current Vulnerability Check Required (cost is not covered by LDAH). Visit the Reading Rocks page under Programs and Services for more information. For a job description, Click Here To view a Flyer or share this position with someone, Click Here
- Social Media Specialist we are looking for a social media guru to help support our social media initiatives and build our online presence! For a job description, Click Here
- Librarian – we need a volunteer to help us manage our on-site parent resource library! If you have experience working in a library this might be a great role for you! For a job description, Click Here
- Special Events – Set up, clean up and accept registrants at the door for Lectures and/or annual Conference. For a job description, Click Here
- Conference Committee – Planning and Implementation annually, we are now accepting applications for our Conference on March 21, 2019 in Burlington, Ontario. Can you volunteer for this one day event?
- Fundraising Committee – Planning and implementing a variety of fundraising initiatives i.e. golf tournaments, galas, grant proposals, community foundations.
If you would like to volunteer with the Learning Disabilities Association of Halton, please fill out the appropriate form below. If you have specific questions about our volunteer opportunities please send an email to [email protected]
“Whether in the form of neighbours helping neighbours, or through organizations, the impulse to turn outwards from self to the needs of others without monetary reward has reflected humanity’s noblest impulses and civilization’s greatest promise.”