Welcome!  We're inspired by the dedication and compassion of our volunteers. Trained volunteers form the foundation of our organization and play a vital role in the delivery of services.

Volunteers are the core and strength of our Centre. We value their contribution and time, and are committed to providing ongoing support and training. SASC serves all of Waterloo Region and values volunteer representation from all areas, backgrounds, professions, and experiences.

Volunteer with SASC


 Volunteer Opportunities Include:  

How do I become a SASC volunteer?
We provide training for all positions. Volunteer training is offered twice yearly, in the spring and fall.  We interview potential volunteers throughout the year, and those invited to training will be advised of upcoming training sessions. Training takes place one evening per week for 6-8 weeks (depending on volunteer position) with one additional weekend session.

Our next volunteer training session will be starting in the Fall! Please connect with us if you're interested in being part of this incredible work!
As part of our work against oppression, we strive to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. Women and transfolk who are part of racialized communities, indigenous, immigrant, refugee, LGBTQ, and differently-abled are encouraged to apply.

Questions?  Want more information?
Please contact Heidi at 519.571.0121 ext. 102 or email volunteer@sascwr.org

If you're male-identified and interested in volunteering for our Centre, check out our Male Allies Program!