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Since its early days, volunteers have been at the heart of the CPCC – working alongside staff to strengthen the Centre’s capacity to deliver quality programs and services to the community. From those who assist on the front-line to those who work quietly behind the scenes providing leadership and support, our volunteers help to enrich the lives of the families and children we serve.

In 2011, the Board of Directors adopted the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement. In adopting the Code, The Caledon Parent-Child Centre commits to value and support the contribution of volunteers through respectful, meaningful and inclusive engagement.

The CPCC is currently seeking Board members (fundraising and finance specialties) to replace members who have reached the ends of their terms.

Through board diversity of age, strengths, ideas and backgrounds, the CPCC can continue to plan for the visibility and viability of our organization, it’s programs, community supports and the positive outcomes that means for the families and young children we support.

CLICK HERE to read the Finance Volunteer Board Position Post

Adult PROGRAM volunteers

Our customized and EarlyON Child & Family Centre programs are expanding. We are looking for adult volunteers to support our staff during Family Time Drop-in programs in several sites. Daily volunteer activities could include setup, welcoming families, sanitization and clean up.
Currently we have afternoon shifts available in Southfields Village and Bolton.

Adult Annual Event Planning Committee Volunteers

We are looking for a few creative and well-organized folks to join our Annual Event Planning Committee. Work with CPCC staff in planning and executing several fundraising and/or community relations events per year.

Interested in Learning More? For questions related to volunteer opportunities, contact:
Shelly Ives, Manager of Community Relations & Volunteers
Phone: 416-949-8167

“Over the past 8 years, my 3 girls have had the privilege of attending the Centre for educational programs or drop in play with either myself or our caregiver. In 2012, I became involved as a volunteer at the Centre, to give back to the organization that had become instrumental in my children’s educational and social development. It is through this opportunity that I have seen the organization’s true value and behind the scenes workings.”

CPCC parent, Volunteer Board Member