Robin Hood Army Canada (RHAC)Organization Type: Social & Community Services
Address: 38 Sir Raymond Drive, Toronto, Ontario M1E1C2
Contact: Shibani Balvally
Robin Hood Army Canada (RHAC) aims to serve and empower communities-in-need, and help eradicate homelessness in Canada through empathy, teamwork and awareness. The primary role of a Robin (volunteer of RHAC) is to deliver food, clothing and hygiene items to shelters in Ajax and Oshawa, to facilitate basic life skills workshops and create awareness.
Volunteers are required on ongoing basis with most drives being carried out on weekends, and can devote time as convenient to them
Volunteer roles include –
-Robins deliver surplus or freshly prepared food from restaurants, events and homes, to homeless people, refugee families and shelters. They also deliver clothing, hygiene items or basic life skills workshops to people-in-need. During COVID-19 all pickups and drop-offs are contactless.
-As a Robin, you can help from the comfort of your home – with social media, check-in calls, metrics, partnerships, IT, research, and looking at addressing some of the root causes of homelessness in your city. There is something for everyone to do.
Volunteers are required to be over the age of 18. Once the registration form is submitted, our Onboarding Team will reach out to familiarize you with the needs, risks, actions, and expectations. This will help the volunteers decide if RHAC would be a good fit and vice versa.
Please visit our website – www.rhacanada.com for futher details on what we do and how to join us.