Since 1951, volunteers have formed the backbone of the March of Dimes and they remain a fundamental part of our structure today. By being a friend to someone with a physical disability, serving on our board, a committee or by helping raise much needed funds, volunteers help us strengthen our programs by offering new and creative ideas, special skills and offering a genuine concern for the people in our programs.
In return, March of Dimes is committed to providing volunteers with worthwhile and challenging opportunities that match each individual’s skills and interests.
Become a vital member of our organization and help us create a society inclusive of people with physical disabilities.
Benefits for volunteering include:
- Gain leadership skills
- Earn academic credit
- Build your resume
- Make new friends
- Sharing your expertise and hone specialized skills
- Get to know your community and neighbourhood
Fill out our Volunteer Application form (22 KB)
View our VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES and see the many ways you can help.
Meet some of our volunteers.
Read about MODC Volunteer Awards
Every year, March of Dimes Canada presents volunteer, employee and community awards to celebrate organizations and individuals who are working to build a more inclusive society. Click here to read about MODC Awards.