Volunteer With the WRSPC
The accomplishments of the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council are to the credit of our dedicated volunteers, whose passion, dedication, and commitment is our driving force.
What do our volunteers do and what skills are needed?
Throughout 2022, WRSPC staff have updated the organization’s volunteer program to ensure that volunteers continue to have meaningful opportunities. As part of this update, volunteer positions and position descriptions have been created and are listed below. Each position description includes the purpose of the volunteer position the tasks that may be required, and the interests/skills that would be useful for that position.
As a reminder, the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council does not provide front line assistance or counselling. For more information about our work promoting hope, help and healing, please visit Our Work.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council. Please note that we are only onboarding World Suicide Prevention Day Committee volunteers at this time. We’d encourage you to explore other volunteer positions below to see how they align with your interests, and we’d be glad to keep your name on file for future openings.
- Brochure and Resource Development Volunteer
- Community Ambassador Volunteer
- Social Media Support Volunteer
- World Suicide Prevention Day Committee Volunteer
Please contact Emma Chapelle, Program Coordinator by calling 519-884-0422 ext 2158 or by emailing email@example.com to discuss your interest in volunteering with WRSPC.
“Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud.” –Helen Dyer