Welcome back to all of our Volunteers!
Check out our "Welcome Back" posters of Volunteers on the Volunteer Board at Trillium Manor!
Our Welcome Back poster was handmade by our Trillium Residents
“Act as if what you do makes a difference…It does!” ~ William James
Joan M. Goldsmith of Oro-Medonte, has been a volunteer for more than 45 years, including more than 450 hours at Trillium Manor Long-Term Care home in Orillia, where she has organized many successful fundraising events and trained other volunteers. As a member of the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada Unit 400, Joan ensures every veteran that moves into Trillium Manor receives a special door plaque and a large poppy.
Volunteer, Nathan and Resident, Ed hanging out in the sunshine. Nathan is a high school student.
enjoying a social with residents.
Volunteer Training at Trillium Manor
Trillium Manor Volunteer Appreciation Drive By Event - June 2021
Student Volunteer Opportunities: Ian enjoying spending some time with Residents. We have opportunities for students who are looking for volunteer or placement hours and are looking to give back to their communities.
Operation Christmas Child: Student Volunteers Hannah and Sam assisted the residents in packing 33 (thirty-three) shoeboxes for Christmas presents for children in other countries.
Simcoe Strong is the new name for our volunteer program across the Health and Emergency Services division at the County of Simcoe. Volunteers, Joan, Brenda, Karen and Marianne are sporting our new volunteer vests. If you haven't yet received one, please see Crystal Rosewell.
Do You Want to Volunteer?
Do you have a youth looking to obtain their volunteer hours this summer? There is an opportunity to assist with a new program called Cyber Seniors assisting a resident with an IPad teaching skills such as using email, facebook, skype, etc. Other volunteer opportunities for students include meal assistance and program assistance.
Go to our Volunteer Programs webpage and find out how to volunteer with us -