Periodically, BioSA creates a newsletter that they post up on social media and the website. Newsletters contain great information pertaining to opportunities in the city of Toronto. All questions and comments should be directed to the Volunteer Charity Director at

February Newsletter

With February being the month of love why not check out these new volunteer opportunities? Spread love through volunteerism as well as those obligatory chocolates and flowers.

The CAN Lab:
Bayview Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic:
The ROM:
City of Toronto Tree Planting Captain Program:
Victim Services Toronto:
Hope Air:
Canadian Liver Foundation:

January Newsletter

Start the year off right by volunteering with the various positions listed in our monthly newsletter curated especially for you. By starting now, you can build a long lasting connection with these organizations. Moreover, many volunteer opportunities are looking to add new members to their team at the start of a new year.

St. Michaels Hospital:
After Breast Cancer:
Live Green Toronto:
Not Just Tourists Toronto:
Heart and Stroke Foundation:
Leading to Reading:
Etobicoke Humane Society:


December Newsletter

With exams right around the corner, now is the time to submit applications for these volunteer opportunities so you can start the New Year out on the right foot. Embrace the season of giving and who knows, you might discover something about yourself you never knew you were good at.

Full Circle Art Therapy Centre:
Toronto Cat Rescue (TCR):
Philip Aziz Centre for Hospice Care:
Jessies: The June Callwood Centre for Young Women:
Canadian Cancer Society:
Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy:
7 Cups:
Volunteer Network Program:

Summer Newsletter

Take a peak at the newest volunteer positions scattered all around the city exclusively brought forth by BioSA. Who knows, you might tap into an undiscovered passion or help someone out in ways you didn’t know you could. All is available for you to try out so why not give it a shot.

Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research:
Lets Talk Science UTSC:
Ontario Lung Association:
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre:
Planned Parenthood:
Kids in the Wood Initiative:
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation Canada:
Newcomer Youth Green Economy Project: