Northview Virtual Volunteer Fairs 

 Volunteer Form (pdf)


Connect with representatives from local organizations, virtually, who are looking for high school volunteers

FALL Volunteer Fair :Wednesday Nov. 15, 2023 (at lunch in the front foyer)
SPRING Volunteer Fair :  Wednesday April 10, 2024 (at lunch in the front foyer)

Community Volunteer Contacts: (bottom of this webpage also has a few more!)

There are three requirements to graduate from an Ontario high school:  

  1. 30 credits (including 18 compulsory credits and 12 elective credits)
  2. fulfilling the Literacy Requirement (by either passing the Literacy Test or, failing that, passing the Literacy Course (OLC4O1)
  3. 40 hours of Community Service (volunteering) in your community


Every year, the Guidance Department holds 2 Volunteer Fairs, one in November and another in April.  Representatives from local community organizations come to the fairs looking to sign up students for volunteering opportunities.  The fairs will take place virtually.  

Organizations who are looking for high school volunteers and want to participate in our fairs and/or post a flyer on our Guidance Office Volunteer Board, should contact Mr. Brewda  Bryan.Brewda@tdsb.on.ca.

Volunteer forms must be completed and signed by the person supervising your volunteering and also by your parent/guardian. The forms are available in the Guidance Office or PDF at the top of this page and in our Guidance Google Classrooms.  Completed forms can be dropped off in the Guidance Office or emailed to your guidance counsellor.

Volunteer Toronto                                                                         
      To contact the Volunteer Advisor Team directly:       
        Call: 416-961-6888 ext. 232
        Email: advisors@volunteertoronto.ca

North York YMCA
Toronto Police Volunteer Opportunities