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Volunteer Opportunities

PAIL Network has meaningful volunteer opportunities available for people all across Ontario. It is because of the generosity of our volunteers that we are able to do this very important work. We are grateful to the many bereaved parents and families around the province who volunteer their time with us and share their hearts with grieving families.

To learn more about the volunteer opportunities with PAIL Network and how you can make a difference for bereaved families in your community, please join us for a short webinar that you can join from the comfort of your home.

Learn more about:

  • PAIL Network’s mission of making a positive difference to those affected by pregnancy and infant loss
  • The impact that your support can have for a grieving family
  • Our commitment to supporting volunteers through training, engagement and recognition
  • How you can become a volunteer

This webinar is offered 3 times each month:

  • 2nd Thursday at 12:00pm
  • 4th Thursday at 7:30pm
  • Last Saturday at 10:00am

Click here to register for an upcoming webinar date.

Peer support volunteer opportunities

Peer support volunteers have a lived experience of loss and support bereaved families by either facilitating community support groups or by providing one-to-one support. Learn more.

PAIL Network Volunteer Testimonials

We often hear from people that dedicating their volunteer time to PAIL Network is a way for them to honour their loss and give back to a community of people who are experiencing a unique grief that they have experienced. 

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Community volunteer opportunities

PAIL Network is grateful for the overwhelming kindness of community members across the province.  At this time we are not able to accept community volunteer applications from people who have not had a personal experience with a loss.  Thank you for your interest in volunteering with PAIL Network.

We are continually hearing from people who have not had their own personal lived experience of loss but who want to support PAIL Network and volunteer in other ways. Learn more.