We are excited to announce that…
WE ARE, ONCE AGAIN, RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS!
If you are interested in joining our dynamic team of volunteers, please click on the link below to fill out an application form. Additional information on our application process is also below.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to volunteer at Roger Neilson House you will need to comply with our Universal Vaccination policy which indicates that you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
VOLUNTEER INFORMATION SESSION
Roger Neilson house depends on the invaluable contribution of volunteers as part of our comprehensive team approach to providing care and support to children living with life-limiting illnesses and their families. We have over 260 amazing volunteers who consistently devote their time, efforts, skills and talents to enhance the quality of care provided here. There are many amazing ways to volunteer at Roger Neilson House! To learn more about how YOU can be part of our team, check out our Volunteer Information Session by clicking on the link at the right-hand side of this page. Additional details on the application process and available volunteer positions are below. Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Roger Neilson House!
The Volunteer Pathway
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Roger Neilson House. We would like to take this opportunity to explain the next steps. Once you’ve completed and submitted your online application…
- Submit your CV / Resumé: Send your CV or resumé to email@example.com
- Information Session: Watch and complete the Information Session by clicking on the button above.
- 2 References: You will need to submit 2 reference checks that can collectively speak to your personal and workplace character. Click here to download the form and email it to your references.
Before you begin volunteering at Roger Neilson House you must also submit a Police Vulnerable Sector Check. This can be completed at any time during the on-boarding process, but must be submitted prior to any in-house training taking place.
How to get a Police Vulnerable Sector Check: A form letter authorizing the vulnerable sector check to be completed is available by clicking here. The vulnerable sector check can be completed online or in person. Visit the following link for more information: https://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/contact-us/Police-Record-Checks.asp. For residents outside the Ottawa area, you can connect directly with any local police, provincial police, or RCMP detachment.
Should you require additional information, please contact Volunteer Services at 613-523-6300 Ext. 4621, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Messages From Volunteers
“What I appreciate the most about my volunteer time at Roger Neilson House is being able to work with the kids and families who need us most. Being able to put smiles on the faces of little ones is the most self-rewarding experience anyone would be privileged to experience.”
“(It is a) privilege to be a part of a precious moment… Volunteering at Roger Neilson House frequently feels more like a gift of an opportunity than a giving of oneself.”
“I like the fact that employees and volunteers are treated as equals and you are part of the team.”
“I appreciate how good (volunteering) makes me feel and how much the children at Roger Neilson House brighten my day.”
“Although I work at home, I feel my volunteer work is much appreciated.”
“I appreciate being able to provide company, comfort or helpfulness to the guest or the parent(s) of one of our guests.”
Volunteering at Roger Neilson House
Our organization has a thorough screening process to ensure the needs of the children/youth, families, Roger Neilson House staff and the volunteers are met. Please view our Volunteer Opportunities (click here) to see what position is of interest to you.
If you are interested in volunteering at Roger Neilson House, check out the Information Session above!
For more information please contact Volunteer Services at (613) 523-6300 ext. 4621 or at email@example.com