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Our Volunteering & Programs
St. John Ambulance is proud to be a volunteer driven organization offering a variety of health and safety programs in YORK REGION, across Canada and in many countries of the world!
We’re always looking for enthusiastic people to join our organization and help serve the community. Read DETAILS of our volunteer and program opportunities below.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
There are FIVE volunteer programs we offer in York Region where you can get involved and help in our community. Please give us a quick...
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Medical First Responder
St. John Ambulance Medical First Responder (MFR) volunteers attend countless public events across Ontario to provide basic and advanced first aid when emergencies occur. Our volunteers provide first response casualty care necessary to save a life, prevent further injury or provide comfort until emergency medical assistance arrives. (Age 16+)
St. John Ambulance Youth Program is a structured health-oriented program that provides young people with opportunities for social, educational and personal development through training, community service, leisure activities and participation at special events. Activities include First Aid, Health Care training, community service, camping and recreational events. (Ages 12-17+)
YOUTH LEADERS: Helps to supervise Youth Program participants. (Age 18+)
St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program Teams are made up of evaluated dogs with certified volunteers. Improving lives on a daily basis, the program brings joy and comfort to the sick, lonely and those in need of a friendly visit. It is continuing to expand as communities recognize the special contributions that caring, four-legged volunteers can bring to all ages. Does your dog have what it takes to be a Therapy Dog? (Age 18+)*
St. John Ambulance Car Seat Safety Teams are made up of trained and certified volunteers. Our volunteers educate and coach parents or guardians in the use of child restraint systems. Our goal is to help children travel safely all the time, by ensuring the restraint is properly installed and teaching parents how to install and use the seat correctly every time the child travels in the vehicle. (Age 16+)
Our Outreach Ambassadors attend events in the community to promote the importance of life saving skills and the value of volunteering with St. John Ambulance. First Aid and community involvement are some of the defining characteristics of St. John Ambulance. At Outreach and Education, we want to engage and challenge our community to learn more about life saving skills and the personal rewards of becoming a volunteer. (Age 18+)
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