At Helping Hands, we want to provide youth with ways to have their voices heard by government and organizations. That's why we work tirelessly with our sponsors and partners who make this possible. We'd like to give a shout-out to our latest friends are over CIVIX Canada running the Student Budget Consultation! thank you for inviting us to share our voice. They give youth the knowledge, tools, and funding they need to make real change happen in our federal government budgets and policies. Check them out at the link down below!
Helping Hands is a platform that allows students find suitable
volunteer matches and more while showcasing their experience.
Our mobile app connects students with volunteer opportunities in the community
Organizations provide feedback to the students helping them develop skills for their future careers
As students gain experience, we help them keep track of the impact they've made
With community partners and schools, we teach the importance of volunteering and soft skills development.
We host volunteers fairs inside schools and communities for youth.
Youth can contact our team to discuss life and career plans.
We assist youth in joining government committees.
We showcase young people making an impact in their communities.
We support youth in all stages of creating school clubs and community projects.
Helping Hands is first and foremost about community. We are a community that believes in the power of volunteering to enrich our lives and the world around us. We are a service that brings youth and good causes together. We believe that our success can be seen in the relationships formed between nonprofits and volunteers. Our aim is to build a service that will overcome the barriers that keep volunteers and nonprofits from finding each other, working together, and developing strong relationships.We believe in the power of students. The belief that they have the power to give back and deserve opportunities to build their skills.
Over the past year, we have helped countless students and young people with their applications and to successfully join councils where their voices can be heard by government officials.
"Helping Hands helped me understand more exactly what MSAC is and what they expect in the application. Thus, I knew how to organize my essays and what to mention in my application."—Le Nguyen, Minister's Student Advisory Council Member 2018-2019
We have also helped students get $2,500 for their student clubs through Ontario's SpeakUp program!
Stay tuned as we are going to be launching a new Social Entrepreneurship Program. Sign up below for updates.
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