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Volunteer Centres in Ontario

Volunteer Resource -Information Orillia
33 Mississauga St E.
Orillia ON L3V1V4

Volunteer and Information Kingston
120 Clarence Street, Suite 274A
Kingston, K7L 1X4
Tel: 613-542-8512
Fax: 613-542-8216

Lennox & Addington Community Volunteer & Information Centre
45 Dundas Street East
Napanee, ON K7R 1H7
Tel: (613) 354-2052‎

Volunteer Bureau of Leeds and Grenville
42 George St., Box 1813
Brockville K6V 6K8
Tel: 613-345-7000
Fax: 613-542-8216

Volunteer Ottawa
402-2197 Riverside Drive
Ottawa, K1H 7X3
Tel: 613-736-5270
Fax: 613-736-5262

Volunteer Toronto
344 Bloor Street West, Suite 404
Toronto, M5S 3A7
Tel: 416-961-6888
Fax: 416-961-6859

Helpmate Community Information & Volunteer Bureau
11181 Yonge Street, 2nd floor
Richmond Hill L4S 1L2
Tel: 905-884-3000
Fax: 905-884-4798

Information Markham and Volunteer Centre
101 Town Centre Boulevard
Markham, L3R 9W3
Tel: 905-415-7500

Volunteer Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon
2601 Matheson Blvd. E., Unit 43
Mississauga, ON L4W 5A8
Tel: 905-238-2622
Fax: 905-238-2612

Newmarket Connections Community Information and Volunteer Centre
438 Park Avenue
Newmarket, ON L3Y 1W1
Tel: 905-953-5110 ext 4700
Fax: 905-953-5104

Volunteer Sault Ste. Marie
7A Oxford Street
Sault Ste. Marie, P6B 1R7
Tel: 705-246-7476
Fax: 705-759-5899

Volunteer Thunder Bay
125 South Syndicate Avenue, Unit 13, Victoriaville Mall
Thunder Bay, P7E 6H8
tel: 807-623-8272 x225
fax: 807-622-6435

Volunteer Services, Community Link North Simcoe
850 Hartman Dr
Midland, L4R 0B6
tel: 705-528-6999
fax: 705-528-6990

Volunteer Sudbury
1127 Bancroft St., 2nd Floor
Sudbury, P3B 1R6
tel: 705-560-6661
fax: 705-560-2767

Volunteer Halton
860 Harrington Court, Suite 209
Burlington, L7N 3N4
Tel: 905-632-1975
Fax: 905-632-0778

Volunteer Centre of Guelph/Wellington
46 Cork Street East, Unit 1
Guelph, N1H 2W8
Tel: 866-693-3318
Fax: 519-822-1389

Volunteer Hamilton
267 King Street East
Hamilton, L8N 1B9
Tel: 905-523-4444
Fax: 905-523-7465

Volunteer Action Centre of K-W and Area
151 Frederick Street, Suite 300
Kitchener, N2H 2M2
Tel: 519-742-8610
Fax: 519-742-0559

Pillar Nonprofit Network - Volunteer Services
251 Dundas Street
London, N6A 6H9
Tel: 519-433-7876
Fax: 519-435-0227

Information Niagara - Volunteer Connections
5017 Victoria Avenue
Niagara Falls, L2E 4C9
Tel: 905-682-1900 x221
Fax: 905-682-4314

United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County
300 Giles Blvd. East, Unit A1
Windsor N9A 4C4
Tel: (519) 258-3033
Fax: 519-258-2346

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