WIAIH is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that works to increase opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities or autism, strengthen their families and sensitize the community. Created in 1958 by concerned parents, WIAIH takes a leadership role in advocacy and provides programs designed to increase independence and empower over 800 people that depend on WIAIH annually.
|Volunteer Job(s) and Description||
WIAIH accepts volunteers for various opportunities. Volunteers may help out with special events, in our many recreation programs, at our residence, daycare or in our offices.
|Volunteer Requirements (language, special skills, etc.)||
Depending on the assignment, different skills may be required. For many opportunities, volunteers must have a desire to work with people with intellectual disabilities or autism.
Various time commitments, from one-time events to a regular weekly commitment.
|Contact Information||Coordinator, Community and Volunteer Relations.
514-694-7090, ext. 14
Interested individuals must contact the coordinator to set up a time to come in and discuss interests commitment. For some positions, a police background check is required.
Various locations on the West Island.