Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are the spirit and strength of VOICE! It is their genuine commitment and dedication that facilitates the ongoing growth and development of VOICE’s key programs: Parent Support, Advocacy, Auditory-Verbal Therapy and Public Education.

Every contribution, from a single phone call to weekly participation, is valued and appreciated by VOICE for deaf and hard of hearing children. Together we give deaf and hard of hearing children a VOICE for life!

Some ways in which you could help include: Joining event or program committees, data entry, returning calls or emails, maintenance of resource library, photocopying, support with large mailings to members, event promotion, fundraising, on-site assistance at events, and more.

If you are interested in a volunteer role, please contact the National Office
at admin@voicefordeafkids.ca to further discuss opportunities.

The Board of Directors of VOICE

  • The Board of Directors of VOICE for deaf and hard of hearing children, as a not-for-profit organization, is responsible for the management of the corporation. The Board is responsible for providing strategic planning to the corporation, developing and implementing corporate policy, and hands on involvement to ensure operational tasks are carried out. The VOICE Board is comprised of 10 volunteer directors. Nominations to the Board are to be directed to the VOICE Chairman of the Board c/o the VOICE National Office for consideration at the Annual General Meeting of VOICE held in the fall of each year.

Local Chapter Support Opportunities

  • Chapter executive positions
  • Offer one to one support for families who have a child newly diagnosed with hearing loss
  • Offer one to one support for families who have English as a new language
  • Assist with monthly chapter meetings
  • Participate and assist with chapter events and fundraising

Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)

  • Represent the interests of deaf and hard of hearing students in one of 72 Provincial School Boards in Ontario
  • Attend School Board meetings and VOICE training opportunities
  • Inform Chapter members and listen to their collective concerns on behalf of Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in your community