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CAMH Corporate Volunteer Program

The program partners with corporations to build and sustain healthy communities. Recently awarded with the Legacy Award for Community Building by Volunteer Toronto ​​this unique Corporate Volunteer Program provides an opportunity for your employees to make a difference by volunteering at CAMH.

Employee volunteerism:

  • Encourages employees to use their skills and talents in rewarding ways
  • Enhances your organization's teamwork, develops leadership skills, and boosts morale.
  • Promotes sense of community​ and social obligation

The CAMH Corporate Volunteer Program offers:

Did you know?

According to Health Canada, one in five Ontarians experience a mental illness in their lifetime. So chances are that someone you know has been affected.

How can the CAMH Corporate Volunteer Program benefit my organization?

Participating in the program:

  • Promotes Work Place Well BeingDemonstrates good corporate citizenship
  • Encourages networking between organizations and creates opportunities to increase your organization’s community profile.
  • Excellent opportunity for team building
  • Better productivity and morale amongst employees


How can my organization promote employee volunteerism?

  • Encourage and support employee participation in volunteer activities.
  • Create a corporate volunteer committee, and invite speakers and publish articles on volunteerism.


How does volunteerism benefit employees?

Volunteering benefits employees by:

  • Creating a sense of social commitment and responsibility
  • Reflecting personal values and beliefs
  • Improving sense of loyalty and job satisfaction.

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What volunteer opportunities are available?

Activities may include leading or assisting in:

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The CAMH Corporate Volunteer Program Brochure

 

For more information

Jim Davey                                                                      
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Coordinator, Volunteer Resources
416-535-8501 X 36238
Jim.Davey@camh.ca     

Bill Markakis                                                                    
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Coordinator, Volunteer Resources
416-535-8501 X 33050
Bill.Markakis@camh.ca
                                                                                                                          

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"Everything I experienced today indicated that stigma about mental health is unnecessary and if we, as a society, were more involved with people dealing with mental health there would be very little misjudgment and myths."

Corporate Volunteer from Adjudication & Medical Policy-Medical Advisory Unit, ODSP Branch, Ministry of Community and Social Services after volunteering with CAMH clients

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