Organization Objective

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.

Time Commitment

Various time commitments, from one-time events to a regular weekly commitment.

Contact Information Coordinator, Community and Volunteer Relations.
514-694-7090, ext. 14
Application Process

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.