Volunteer Programs in Canada
CADIP — Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects
Volunteer Programs in Canada and Abroad
CADIP runs number of volunteer projects in Canada and overseas focusing on: charity work, environmental protection, restoration and conservation work, archaeological excavations, festivities and other volunteer work with social impact. If you are enthusiastic and open-minded, are looking for an exciting time and amazing experiences, ready to make friends with people from all around the world, while contributing for a good cause and immersing in the life and culture of an unknown country, you may find your project in Cadip's Volunteer Program. Based on our experience, we believe that in the field of international volunteering, we provide the most affordable opportunity for short-term involvement.
Contact: email@example.com; www.cadip.org
Canada Language Study Homestay School
Volunteer in the WWOOF Program After English Language Total Immersion
Volunteer in the WWOOF program on organic farms in Canada. English preparation for this includes a study and live in your teacher’s home program. Get total immersion and fast progress in the English language and Canadian culture. For adults. Customized program, certified ESL teacher, a beautiful nature setting.Includes homestay, tuition and activities. Short term programs. This is an area of organic farms that we will visit and observe the types of jobs and language that is used
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.canadalanguagestudy.ca
Habitat for Humanity Canada (member of Habitat for Humanity International)
This nonprofit, ecumenical Christian organization seeks to eliminate poverty around the world by building homes appropriate to each area where a need exists. No building experience necessary. Choose from programs in over 90 countries. The Canada branch alone has over 50,000 volunteers and over 70 affiliates.
Contact: Habitat for Humanity Canada (Canadian and International Programs), www.habitat.ca.
The Land Conservancy (TLC) of British Columbia
TLC is a charitable Land Trust with a mission to protect ecologically significant environments as well as properties with historical, cultural, scenic, or recreational value. In picturesque locations across Canada’s westernmost province, TLC offers a variety of 2-day to 1-week “conservation holidays” on eight properties that include small islands, award-winning gardens, large ranches, and ecoforestry sites. For under $160 a week, enjoy socially-rewarding volunteer vacations that include accommodations ranging from tents to cabins and freshly prepared meals and snacks. Some conservation holidays also include an adventure component such as kayaking. * Reviewed by Alison Gardner.
Contact: 2709 Shoreline Dr., Victoria, BC V9B 1M5 Canada; 250-479-8053, fax 250-744-2251; email@example.com, www.conservancy.bc.ca.
WWOOF—Canada (Willing Workers on Organic Farms)
WWOOF is an exchange - In return for volunteer help (4-6 hours per day, 5-5 1/2 days per week) ,
WWOOF hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn about organic lifestyles. Host farms/homesteads in
every region of Canada, East to West . . . over 900 hosts.