CANFAR’s work towards its mission of ending HIV and AIDS through research could not be possible without the generosity and dedication of hardworking volunteers.
We are incredibly grateful for our volunteers and their commitment to our work in funding lifesaving research.
CANFAR offers various volunteer opportunities that are dynamic and rewarding. These projects match the skills and interests of volunteers on an ongoing basis, including work with communications, research, marketing, events, administration, database management, awareness programs, and more!
The CANFAR office volunteer program includes ongoing training opportunities, mentorship, and support. Volunteers operate out of our office space in shifts based on their availability.
CANFAR relies on year-round office volunteers to assist with prospect research, mailing, filing, and donor relations, as well as, HIV and AIDS statistics research. We welcome volunteers from a variety of backgrounds to help enrich our office and team.
Each year, CANFAR hosts a number of events in order to raise funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. These events often require the help of volunteers. Learn more about our events below.
Apply to become a CANFAR Volunteer
In two simple steps!
Step 1: The CANFAR Volunteer Application Form
Download, fill-out and save the CANFAR Volunteer Application Form.
Step 2: Email email@example.com
Include your resume and state which skills, interests, or CANFAR fundraising events you’d like to explore through volunteering.
Can You Do Lunch?
Join us for the 10th anniversary of one of our milestone fundraising events, Can You Do Lunch? (CYDL?). This year’s event will focus on women and HIV. It will pay tribute to important women who have been at the forefront of fighting and ending HIV in Canada.
One night a year, the top legal minds in Toronto clash on-stage, not in the courtroom – in support of ending the HIV epidemic in Canada. AIDSbeat is an epic celebration between some of Toronto’s most prominent lawyers and law firms.
Bloor Street Entertains
The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) is excited to host the 26th edition of its milestone fundraising event, Bloor Street Entertains (BSE).