March 13, 2019

Current Volunteer Opportunities

If there is a volunteer position that interests you:

Submit a Volunteer Application Form

Click here to fill out the Volunteer Application Form online. You can also print out a form by clicking here and then mail or fax it to us. You can also drop it off in person. After you have submitted your Volunteer Application Form, the Volunteer Coordinator will contact you if there are any suitable volunteer opportunities.

VOLUNTEER POSITION:  Healthy Child Screening

Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services improves health outcomes for the most vulnerable immigrants, refugees, and their communities. We do this by facilitating access to services and addressing system inequities. The Centre envisions a future in which Toronto’s diverse communities achieve Health with Dignity.

We need volunteers to provide support with pre-registration and coordination at our upcoming Healthy Child Screening events. Every year, Access Alliance takes part in Healthy Child Screening. These events aim to enhance healthy early childhood development as children prepare to enter the school system. At each HCS event, children and their parents (or guardians) visit a series of health screening ‘stations’ and meet with trained professionals. 

Pre-Registration: Healthy Child Screening Events:
February 4th – Feb 14th (8:30am-3:30pm)

Crescent Town Elementary School (4 Massey Sq., East York) Victoria Park Station

Thursday April 4 – 8:45am – 5pm

George Webster Elementary School (50 Chapman Ave., East York) Main Station


February 20th – March 1st  2018 (8:30am-3:30pm)

Secord Elementary School (101 Barrington Ave, East York) walk from Main Station


Wednesday April 10 – 8:45am-5pm

Secord Elementary School (101 Barrington Ave, East York) walk from Main Station


March 4th – 8th (8:30am-3:30pm)

Accesspoint on Danforth (3079 Danforth Ave, East York) Victoria Park Station

 Wednesday April 17 – 8:45am-5pm

Crescent Town Elementary School (4 Massey Sq, East York) Victoria Park Station


Tuesday April 23 – 12:00pm-5pm

AccessPoint on Danforth (3079 Danforth Ave.) Victoria Park Station


Volunteer Position Description:

  • Provide support to families in registering children for healthy child screening events
  • Assist in the flow of screening days – ensuring that there isn’t any backlog at stations, giving directions, answering questions etc.

Time Commitment:

    • One full day (or more if you are available J) of volunteering, on any of the dates listed above
    • Priority will be given to those who can commit to multiple days.

Skills Required:

  • Great communication skills in plain language

Benefits for the Volunteer:

  • Network with other health care professionals
  • Receive a letter from Access Alliance to state involvement and contribution
  • Strengthen professional skills: screening, public speaking, basic health education, interdisciplinary health promotion
  • See a wide range of health practitioners in practice!


To Apply please Submit Volunteer Application Form


For more information contact:

Keisha Cooke, Family Resource Coordinator

Tel: 416.698-1626 ext. 204


We welcome and encourage immigrants and refugees to volunteer with us!

We encourage applications from volunteers who reflect the broad diversity of communities we work with, including those from racialized and LGBTQ communities.