Volunteering at The Dorothy Ley Hospice
From the very beginning, The Dorothy Ley Hospice has relied on a dedicated team of trained volunteers to help us provide services to the community.
Last year, over 280 volunteers provided more than 21,000 hours of their time helping those in need.
If you are looking to volunteer, consider becoming a volunteer at The Dorothy Ley Hospice.
With both short and long-term opportunities, we can find a place that matches your interests and availability. Whatever your preference, we will do our best to help you find a volunteer opportunity that suits your needs and skills from providing support in people’s homes and in our residence, food preparation, answering phones, gardening, to helping with fundraising and administration.
By volunteering your time, you’ll be helping others and making a difference during one of the most challenging times in their lives.
Our Volunteer Services Coordinator will be pleased to discuss available volunteering opportunities with you. Call us at
(416) 626-0116 or send us an e-mail.
The Dorothy Ley Hospice
Volunteer Application Form
What is a Hospice Volunteer?
They are people just like you! They come from all walks of life, age, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, and professional backgrounds. They unselfishly offer their time and talent to help others at a very difficult time in their lives.
Hospice volunteers want to make a difference and they absolutely do!
We couldn't do it without Volunteers. By volunteering your time and talents, you’ll be helping others and making a huge difference in peoples' lives.
Join us at the next training session, starting in Jan. Call Anne Stoiko at 416 626 0116 x 235 to find out more.
Mary Ann came to us when her father was dying and then stayed to become a volunteer. "The Dorothy Ley Hospice helped my father have comfort and dignity in his last days," she says. "I want to help others the same way."