Residents > Volunteer
Volunteer at the City
The City offers volunteer opportunities to students wanting to complete high school volunteer hours and to residents who'd like to be part of the City's community initiatives.
Use the links below to learn how to volunteer for different areas of interest in the City.
Find a volunteer opportunity
Volunteer opportunities at our animal shelter include dog walking, cat and small pet socialization, and pet fostering.
Animal Services volunteer opportunities >
Citizen Appointments to Committees
Apply to become a citizen member on a City of Mississauga committee or board. Joining a City committee is a unique opportunity to contribute to your community.
List of commitees with open positions >
Help out at Celebration Square and museums. You can support events and festivals or help with camps and classes.
Culture volunteer opportunities:
Volunteer as a Community Green Leader to help spread the word about how residents can take action to help green their communities and make Mississauga a greener, more environmentally friendly city.
Environment volunteer opportunities >
Our libraries are always happy to get help from volunteers. You can help with book sales, be a reading or computer buddy or join a Teen Advisory Group.
Library volunteer opportunities >
Become a MiWay Student Ambassador and help us educate the high school students at your school about the City of Mississauga's public transit service. Applications are accepted from June to October, and the program runs from November to May.
Learn about the MiWay Student Ambassador program >
Parks and Forestry
When you volunteer with Parks and Forestry you can expect to help with the City's natural areas and be part of programs like adopt a park, maintain a garden bed, plant trees and remove invasive species.
Parks and Forestry volunteer opportunities >
There are opportunities for volunteers in many of our recreation programs and classes. You can help with swimming and skating lessons, camps, join a youth committee, help with program logistics in our older adults programs and much more.
Volunteer opportunities with Recreation are managed using our new volunteer portal. The first time you apply for a position, you'll be asked to make a profile which you can use in the future to apply for other positions.
Recreation volunteer opportunities >
Volunteer MBC will help match volunteers of all ages to opportunities around the City and the wider Peel region.
They also help businesses place employees in volunteering roles and offer networking, workshops and webinar services to the corporate community.
Visit Volunteer MBC's website to search the latest opportunities >
Have a question about volunteering at the City? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about Volunteer MBC's services, please contact them directly.
If you're having issues with the volunteer portal, you can visit the Better Impact help page for instructions on how to use the site.