Canada - Related links
I Volunteer / Je Benevole (Canada) 
This website allows those wishing to become a volunteer in Canada to find a non-profit organization that best matches their interests, availability and expectations.  Visit site
More about: Management
YoungRetired.ca 
Youngretired.ca is a web magazine about opportunities for active retired Canadians, with over 100 short videos about volunteering, physical exercise, lifelong learning, travel clubs and caring for ageing parents. It is designed to help Canadians on either side of the threshold of retirement think through what they can do with their newly found freedom.  Visit site
More about: Senior volunteers
Volunteer Adventures  
The mission of Volunteer Adventures is to create and promote volunteer opportunities that improve the lives of others and the environment in which we live. We seek to achieve this goal by connecting worthy local projects with volunteers around the world. Many local organizations are doing great work in their communities, but don't have the resources required to recruit international volunteers. Volunteer Adventures serves as the link between these organizations and the volunteers needed to make these projects a success.   Visit site
Right to Play 
Right To Play is an athlete-driven international humanitarian organization that uses sport and play as a tool for the development of children and youth in the most disadvantaged areas of the world. Right To Play is committed to improving the lives of these children and to strengthening their communities by translating the best practices of sport and play into opportunities to promote development, health and peace. Right To Play engages and trains Local and International Volunteers who work with communities to implement our programs. Seventy seven International Volunteers were sent to the field in 2005, and together with Local Coaches, reached approximately 500,000 children and youth on a weekly basis  Visit site
More about: Culture & sports
Projects Abroad 
Projects Abroad sends volunteers abroad to 20 countries to do 150 different internships and service projects. Founded in 1992, we have grown to a team of 200 people around the world that sends 3000 volunteers annually. Volunteers can go at any time, for as long as they wish. Our most popular programs include: medical and nursing placements, childcare and teaching projects, as well as business and journalism internships.  Visit site
More about: United States
What We Should Know About the Voluntary Sector but Don't 
Much is known about volunteering and donating behaviour, but there are major gaps in our knowledge of voluntary sector organizations. There is long-standing uncertainty about the accuracy of data on charities and even if the available data are validated, they fall short of enabling an analysis of charities’ efficiency and effectiveness. This research was originally published in 2001 by Erwin Dreessen, a manager from Industry Canada Visit site
More about: Research
Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects (CADIP) 
CADIP runs volunteer projects in Canada and overseas focusing on: environmental protection, social and recreation activities for kids, charity work with orphans, restoration and conservation work, archaeological excavations, cultural events and festivities, and any other volunteer actions with social impact.   Visit site
Volunteering : Economic, Social and Political Issues 
Published in August 1997 by the Institute for Research and Information on Volunteering (IRIV), this study provides an overview of volunteering in France, Europe and abroad (mainly North America). It focuses on the economic, social and political implications of voluntary action.  Visit site
More about: France  United States  Policy
TakingITGlobal 
TakingItGlobal is an international organization, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, led by youth and utilizes technology. It serves as the most popular online community for young people interested in making a difference. Working with global partners, especially youth organizations, it seeks to involve youth in global decision-making.  Visit site
More about: Young volunteers
Youth.gc.ca 
Youth.gc.ca is all about helping Canadian youth 15 to 30 years of age. Provides a listing of volunteering opportunities for youth in local communities.  Visit site

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