volunteers

our volunteers are hardworking individuals dedicated to ending extreme poverty

Our volunteers are the inspiration that has created Results’ impact for more than 35 years! All across Canada, these empowered individuals volunteer their time and take action to influence Canadian government decision makers to improve policies, create better programs and increase resources to end extreme poverty.

taking action

Whether Results volunteers are new or seasoned, they are passionate and committed individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of people living in poverty. They take action by:

  • Influencing parliamentarians (Members of Parliament (MPs), federal government Ministers, or Senators) by calling, writing, emailing, or meeting;
  • Publishing letters to the editor (LTEs) or op-eds in their local or national newspaper;
  • Using social media by tweeting, posting, sharing and liking - and tagging parliamentarians;
  • Attending webinars, conferences and events;
  • Donating and fundraising;
  • Collaborating with other volunteers (and even winning awards for their efforts!).

See all the latest actions of our volunteers across Canada, and read their stories below.

going above and beyond

The Results Canada Education and Advocacy Fellowship Program is a 12-month hands-on advocacy and leadership training program for volunteers that develops in-depth skills in generating the political will to end extreme poverty. It is open to individuals aged 18 years and older who are based in Canada, and who want to go deeper in their learning and commitment to make meaningful impact. Learn more about this program.

not a volunteer yet?

First, you’ll need to watch an info session to learn what it means to volunteer with Results, what to expect when you join a group, and how Results supports you in taking action. Sign up today!

Once you take your first action as a volunteer, you will realize your potential to give people living in poverty the health, education and economic opportunity they need to thrive. Change is possible.

Consult on the logos in our map to learn more about our groups across Canada.

 

volunteer stories

Happy International Volunteer Day

December 2021 - We are thrilled to be able to take time on International Volunteer Day to celebrate you, to say thank you, and to express how excited we are for all that is ahead as we work together. To mark the Day, we wanted to showcase a few of you. Join us as we take a journey around the world to hear from some of our incredible volunteers. 

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Learn from volunteers' experiences of being politically engaged

October 2021 - Parliamentary engagement is core to what we do at Results. Every conversation fuels and inspires us to persevere, educate, inspire, and equip people with the tools they need to end poverty. Find out some lessons learned from four experienced volunteers.

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Oakville Group Leader, Kseniya, offers volunteer recruitment tips

August 2021 - "You have nothing to lose from trying your hand at something you’re passionate about, and if you are genuinely passionate about it, you will figure out a way to make it work." This month, we’re featuring Kseniya Dybatch, an expert in volunteer recruitment who started the Oakville group in January 2021.

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reflecting six months into the first Results Canada Fellowship

July 2021 - Only six months ago, in the middle of a pandemic, we welcomed our first-ever cohort of energized advocates thanks to the launch of our Results Canada Education and Advocacy Fellowship Program. Since then, fellows have become a driving force of advocacy for our issues: in a short time they have published letters to the editor and op-eds, engaged with parliamentarians (Members of Parliament and senators), organized successful activities, have inspired others to take action, have created local groups of volunteers and more.

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