Volunteer Opportunities

Meet new and interesting friends, and be a vital part of our long-term care homes. Volunteers at our homes number nearly 150! Their time, enthusiasm and expertise contribute to an outstanding experience for residents.

Both of our homes have active Volunteer Auxiliaries. Members include family, friends and community members. They are instrumental in fundraising, assisting with resident programs and promoting the Homes within the community. Each group meets monthly:
  •  Huronlea Auxiliary meets the third Monday each month at 10 AM
  • Huronview Auxiliary meets the fourth Monday each month at 10 AM

Volunteers play an invaluable role in enriching the lives of our residents. As members of the care team, you will assist residents in a variety of ways – assisting in daily activities, providing entertainment programs, and helping with fundraisers.

By becoming a volunteer, you not only help our residents but also their families, our staff, and yourself. Our volunteers come from all walks of life and are all ages.

New volunteers are always welcome! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, or completing your 40 hours of community service for your Ontario High School Diploma please fill out our online form or call Debra Corrie at Huronview at 519.482.3451 ext. 5249 or Huronlea at 519.887.9267 ext. 5352.

Please note that police checks are required by all volunteers.

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    Which Home would you prefer to volunteer at:
    Huronview (Clinton)Huronlea (Brussels)Both

    Please check programs you would be interested in:
    One to one visits involving reading, friendly visits, walks, writing letters, etc.Small Groups: baking, exercise class, parlour games, current events, coffee club, mens groupLarge Groups: assist with large group programs - birthday parties, entertainment, bingoPalliative CareSpiritual programsVolunteer AuxiliaryPlay Piano


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    Please note all volunteers are required to obtain a current vulnerable sector police check and a two step TB test.

    Personal information submitted on this form is collected under the authority of subsection 10(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001 S.O. 2001, Chapter 25. The information collected will be used to recruit volunteers from members of the public using its www.huroncounty.ca Homes for the Aged ‘Volunteer Opportunities’ Form. Questions about the collection of this information can be directed to: Huron County Clerk, 1 Courthouse Square, Goderich, ON, N7A 1M2; telephone 519.524.8394, ext. 3257.

    All comments will be dealt with in a confidential manner according to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Information will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the Act.