Society of Sharing

The Society of Sharing seeks senior volunteers to serve seniors and disabled adults in downtown Toronto, in order to sustain independent living in the community through home visiting, medical / shopping escort, telephone support and socialization groups. Training is provided.

The Dorothy Ley Hospice

The Dorothy Ley Hospice seeks senior volunteers to perform a variety of services including direct care support, in-home support, hospitality, nutrition, bereavement support, spiritual care, gardening, administration and fundraising. Training will be provided.
220 Sherway Dr, Toronto M9C 0A7
Near Evans Ave and The West Mall

Toronto Friendly to Seniors programs

Help make businesses and service organizations more senior-friendly.

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Research

The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute - University Health Network seeks adults 60 years and older, individuals with hearing loss, and individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment or Dementia to contribute to exciting new research. Participation will involve measures of hearing, vision, balance, and cognition, and the experiments will take place within a state-of-the-art simulation laboratory at the University Ave site.

Trinity Theatre

Trinity Theatre seeks volunteer retired educators, or seniors who have experience working with youth, to train and mentor peer leaders in Toronto District School Board schools. Volunteers use drama and art exercises and talking circles to address issues such as respect, bullying, harassment, conflict resolution, substance abuse, equity and racism. Training is provided.

University of Toronto Psychology Department

The Adult Volunteer Pool connects older adults (aged 40 - 80) interested in participating in psychology studies with psychology labs at the University of Toronto (St. George Campus), where they conduct aging studies on an ongoing basis.

University of Toronto Senior Alumni Association

Volunteer Toronto

York University Centre for Aging Research & Education

Are you curious about your brain health? How your memory, attention, and control abilities change with age and how you can stay sharp? Researchers from York University invite those 60+ years old to participate in ongoing research studies related to psychology and healthy aging.


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