Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

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Achieving a world free of multiple sclerosis takes more than one person, and there isn't just one way to accomplish it.

Volunteers are an integral part of our team, donating their time and talents as we work together to make a difference in the lives of people affected by MS. Every action taken is part of a collective movement to connect and empower the MS community to create positive change.

Volunteering in a time of COVID-19

We are slowly returning to in-person events and programs, keeping the health and safety of the MS community as our top priority. We will continue to follow the recommendations from public health and government authorities on how to take the proper precautions for our community. This includes encouraging our community members to stay home if experiencing cold symptoms, practicing good hygiene and providing hand sanitizing stations where possible, and encouraging social distancing when indoors.

We encourage all members of our community to assess their risk and make the decision to volunteer based on their own personal health situation. We are currently offering both in-person and virtual volunteer opportunities, depending on your preference and what you are most comfortable with. We will be updating the volunteer opportunity section of our website regularly and we encourage you to check back for opportunities that may be of interest.


Volunteer Opportunities

We rely on the energy, passion, and skill of our volunteers to help us make a difference in communities across Canada and advance research towards a cure. Explore the different opportunities to get involved and complete our volunteer application form to sign up!

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Community Impact

Our volunteers are a dedicated group of individuals who work together to create positive change for people living with MS. We are so grateful to our volunteer community for all the work they do to help us achieve impact across Canada.

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