The success of our community house is thanks to the numerous volunteers we have had over the years to support our programs and events. In 2016, Blair Court was lucky to have 45 volunteers contribute 1369hrs to the community house’s programs and services. Our volunteers become an integral part of the organisation and community. They are respected among staff, clients, and visitors. Blair Court not only appreciates the work of volunteers but strives to provide worthwhile training and job experience to all our volunteers.
Blair Court Community House is always in search of new volunteers to support our programs. If you are interested in volunteering with Blair Court Community House, please check our Current Volunteer Opportunities page above.
Volunteer opportunities available at Blair Court
Homework Helpers support in the Homework Club program by providing one-on-one or small group educational assistance to students. Homework Helpers are also responsible for helping the program facilitator manage group behaviour.
Children and Youth Programming Volunteers
Children and Youth Programming volunteers offer programming such as academic tutoring, music lessons and dance lessons to children and youth.
Adult Program Leaders
Program leaders are individuals with special skills or talents that can improve and support an existing adult program such as: cooking, sewing, ESL conversation and French conversation. Adult program leaders plan and facilitate the program for which they are responsible.
Handyman volunteers provide assistance in performing tasks around the House related to physical maintenance and improvements.
Technical support volunteers are responsible for maintaining our computers and network on a regular basis.
Volunteers are needed at special events to fulfill roles such as” preparation, organization, set-up and clean up. For large community events, several volunteers are needed to
Board of Directors
Volunteers on the Board of Directors meet on a monthly basis to support the executive director with decision making.