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Providence Healthcare
Providence Healthcare

Our volunteers make a difference in the lives of the people in our care.



(March 12, 2020) - Please note that the Providence Healthcare volunteer program (including the placements in the Cardinal Ambrozic Houses of Providence) is currently suspended in order to better protect the health and safety of our volunteers, patients, residents, families and staff.

If you are a current volunteer, please check your email or leave us a voicemail message for information and updates.

If you are a future applicant, please periodically check our website for updates as to when we will resume normal operations.

Thank you.

Helping people. Healing lives. Providence isn’t just about providing excellent clinical care. It’s about enriching the lives of our patients, residents and clients by attending to their needs with thoughtfulness, understanding and sensitivity. That’s where the work of our volunteers, from students to seniors, makes a difference in the lives of so many of the people in our care.

This compassionate service is demonstrated through a friendly visit, helping someone at mealtime, participating in an activity or providing a service – all can brighten someone’s day. We offer volunteer opportunities seven (7) days per week for adults, whether retired or employed, and students (minimum age 14 years old) looking to fulfill hours towards the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) volunteer credit requirement and gain valuable job experience.

If you would like to make a difference in the lives of the people in our care and their families, please review the requirements and process for becoming a volunteer with us.


Click here for instructions on how to use the volunteer portal

Returning volunteers: If you have not accessed the Volunteer Portal in the last 6 months, please contact us at Additional information requirements may be necessary.