Volunteer

Volunteer Application

Applicants will be called as projects arise. Applications will be kept on file for six months.

























Would you like to volunteer:

Number of hours per week you would like to volunteer:

Are any of these hours for community service?

If yes, for what organization or institution?

Please indicate when you would like to volunteer:

List skills which you feel may be relevant to library tasks:

Do you have a specific project for which you would like to volunteer? (Please check all that apply):

* Must be 18+ and hold a valid Driver’s License


Volunteer at the Library

“Voluntary action is a hallmark of civic society, rooted in citizenship and social responsibility, and shaped by our concern for and obligation to one another.”

From: The Report of the Advisory Board on the Voluntary Sector

Police Record Check

The Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library Board recognizes the need to protect its vulnerable citizens, i.e. seniors, children and/or the intellectually challenged, as well as the Library’s assets and will therefore use Police Record Checks as a screening tool, where appropriate.

Volunteer applicants will be notified prior to selection if a Police Record Check is required. If required, the results of the Police Record Check must be provided prior to finalization of the selection; failure to do so will result in the candidate being declined.

Once a volunteer has completed 20 hours of volunteer service (10 hours for youth volunteers), the fee for processing the Police Record Check may be reimbursed by the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library.

Freedom of Information/Protection of Privacy

Personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 1990, C.M. 45, as amended, and will be used to determine eligibility and suitability for volunteer work with the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library.