Become a Volunteer
Volunteering with the CHUM Foundation means doing your part for a healthier future!
Want to become a part of the CHUM Foundation family? Become a volunteer—we could really use your help!
Volunteering for the Foundation means:
- Learning new things
- Meeting new people
- Sharing your expertise
- Giving back
You’ll leave with a full heart and the satisfaction of an important job well done!
Your impact on the CHUM
We could not support the CHUM’s mission without our generous donors, our loyal partners and volunteers just like you. You’re the reason we can keep down certain costs so our hospital has as much funding as possible at its disposal.
Do you want a healthier future for the next generation? By becoming a CHUM Foundation volunteer, you’re making an indirect contribution to huge medical advances, cutting-edge research and excellent care at the CHUM.
Volunteer work that is meaningful to you
Let us know what matters to you! Supporting a major event? Meeting new people? There are as many ways to get involved as there are volunteers!
- Admin support
- Handling items (e.g., mailings)
- Customer service
- At events (welcoming attendees, setup and takedown, installing/distributing products, giving out gifts, information for attendees)
If you have another suggestion, contact us—we’re open to new ideas!
It’s easy to volunteer with the Foundation!
- Work scheduled around your availability and desired number of hours
- Flexible schedules (one-time or ongoing volunteering)
- Numerous and flexible volunteering opportunities
- Varied duties
- In the greater Montréal area
Upcoming volunteer opportunities
See our volunteer opportunities
“I had the opportunity to get involved with the CHUM Foundation. That’s the hospital where my dad was treated and passed away in 2011, so it was really important to me to be able to give back to the people who were such a major part of my life for the four months that I was with my dad during treatment and at the end of his life. I am a firm believer in paying things forward, and it was a huge honour to be there and to do my best to help out that day. Truly a day I’ll never forget. I hope the money we raised will keep on helping CHUM patients and their families.”
— Mariève, volunteer at the Jonathan Drouin golf tournament