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Victim Services of Peel Volunteers are Passionately Invested,
Community-focused Change Agents 

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What words best describe Victim Services of Peel Volunteers?

Compassionate, Dedicated, Diverse, Empowering, Educated,

Knowledgeable, Skilled and Socially Responsible.

Lives can be forever changed by crime or tragedy. Survivors and their families can begin the process of healing through the invaluable contributions of comprehensively trained volunteers who passionately serve by augmenting the work of our full-time staff. Whether via telephone or on-scene support, bail court advocacy, or through one of our fundraising or public education initiatives. Volunteers are integral members of our agency team that assist us in ensuring our responses are timely and provide the support needed to individuals and families within the communities we serve.

Victim Services of Peel has an amazing team of dedicated volunteers that donate their time to help others. Without their generous support, we would not be able to provide services at our current capacity and while we continue to celebrate their many contributions, we are looking to grow the team!

If you possess a passion for advocacy and desire to effect change in the lives of those who live and work within your community, please review our current opportunities.

Current Volunteer Opportunities 

Bail Court Program

The Bail Court  program application is currently closed as the program is at full capacity. Please reach out  to to be placed on the waitlist.

Charity Bingo Program

The charity bingo program is currently accepting applications. 

Crisis Response Program

The crisis response program applications open on August 11 for the next training cycle. 

"Volunteering with Victim Services of Peel has been a transformative experience. It has provided me with a sense of purpose and fulfillment. Working closely with survivors and their families, I've witnessed firsthand the impact of our support, offering solace, guidance, and compassion during their most challenging times."
-Debora V, Crisis Response
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