Thank you for expressing an interest in volunteering with the Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario (PSSO).
PSSO Volunteer Engagement Program is an integral piece of the work being done at the organization and across Southwestern Ontario. We have a variety of opportunities available for volunteers to support, and always welcome new applicants. Please explore the General Interests section to learn more about the various ways volunteers can get involved. If you are interested in joining our team, please complete our Volunteer Application to learn more about the next steps in becoming a volunteer with PSSO. Once your application is completed, I will follow-up with you via email or phone about the next steps in the volunteer onboarding process.
We thank you for your interest in supporting our organization and look forward to hearing from you!
Meagan Warwick (she/her)
This is an opportunity for volunteers to express an interest in becoming a member of the Board of Directors. We are looking for volunteers who represent all regions of Southwestern Ontario, will demonstrate excellence in their field of experience, and will bring care and vision critical to due diligence and good governance. Particularly, we are looking for volunteers who have expertise in any of the following areas:
Some of the volunteer opportunities supporting Communications and Marketing are:
Some of the volunteer opportunities supporting Community Engagement are:
Some of the volunteer opportunities supporting Data Administration are:
Some of the administrative volunteer opportunities that PSSO offers are:
Some of the volunteer opportunities supporting Programs & Services are:
Some of the volunteer opportunities supporting Education are:
Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario values and encourages volunteer engagement across all levels of our organization. Volunteers work collaboratively with PSSO staff to provide support to people impacted by Parkinson's disease, increase education and awareness in the community, and raise funds to support research and services across southwestern Ontario. Our volunteer team is truly bringing "Hope Close to Home" for people impacted by PD.