BIST - Volunteer Orientation August 22nd, 2011
Monday August 22nd, 2011 - 5:30pm
Why volunteer with BIST
People of all ages and walks of life volunteer at BIST as it offers a wonderful opportunity to use existing skills, learn new skills, met new people and truly make a difference in the lives of people.
Your contributions will matter, and you will help to improve the lives of individuals with brain injury and their families and friends. At the same time, you will have opportunities for personal growth, enrichment and satisfaction.
Volunteers are an integral part of BIST. As a small charitable organization, BIST relies on the dedication and compassion of our volunteers to deliver services and support our members.
If you are interested to volunteer with BIST and want to learn about what volunteer opportunities are available with BIST, please come to this BIST Volunteer Orientation.
This Orientation will be taking place just before this community meeting at the Northern District Library in Rm. 200 at 5:30pm.
Northern District Library
40 Orchard View Blvd – Room 200 (2nd Floor)
To access this room take the elevator located in the entrance hallway on the right hand side.
Located just one block north of the Eglinton Subway station on the west side of Yonge St.
Parking is available on the streets around the library.
Northern District Branch Library is temporarily closed for renovations. During the closure period, the community meeting rooms will not be affected and are still open.