Volunteer

We would like to take this opportunity to extend a sincere thank you for thinking of Elizabeth Fry Toronto as part of your volunteer experience.

Elizabeth Fry Toronto has been providing programs and services for criminalized women  since our establishment in 1952. This work would not be possible without the tremendous support of our committed volunteers. By donating your time, you can make a difference in the lives of women we serve.

Our volunteers provide a number of services, including administrative/office support, one on one mentorship, court support and accompaniment, resource development, fundraising and events-based support.

Our current volunteer opportunities include:

Fundraising Ambassador Volunteer

If you are interested in hearing more about our volunteer opportunities with Elizabeth Fry Toronto, please contact Yudit at ytimbo@efrytoronto.org. To learn more about our application process, click here.

Group Volunteering:
Are  you looking for a fun group or corporate volunteering program that engages your team while making an impact? Help us build Personal Care Kits, Shelter Comfort Kirs or Holiday Gift Kits for the families and individuals that come to Elizabeth Fry Toronto with our kit building partner Kits for a Cause. It's a great way for groups to give back, bond as a team and see the impact that they are making. It doesn't matter how many people you have whether it's 5 or 500, you can host a kit-build-it's that easy! Every item that goes into a kit is carefully selected for the person that receivies it. As a team, you can help us make a person's day brighter and the world a better place! 

To build kits for Elizabeth Fry Toronto, please click here


For more information, please contact Kits for Cause: 
Website: https://kitsforacause.com/
Email: info@kitsforacause.com

T: 416-785-5655
t: 1-877-868-5655








Susan is a public speaker, educating people about the criminal justice system and legal rights. She exudes confidence and speaks with passion. It is hard to imagine that just a year ago, Susan was struggling with low self-esteem and was extremely shy. After a long history of incarceration, Susan was determined to change her life for the better. Susan joined the Peer Leadership program and developed public speaking skills, connected with positive role models and built her confidence. Susan is now a community educator, has re-connected with her family and is mentoring new members of the Peer Leadership program.