Get Involved With Trellis HIV & Community Care
Whether you are making a donation, volunteering, completing a student placement, or becoming a member, there are many ways to get involved.
Ways to get involved
We love our volunteers! If you are looking for meaningful volunteer work, look no further!
We have a number of opportunities, from administrative and committee work, providing practical supports, and help with events. Contact us for details!
For more information, please contact Diane Kearnan, Volunteer & Facilities Coordinator.
We offer enriching and learning opportunities for students who wish to gain hands-on experience and for a future career in the social service sector. We invite students from health care, social work and social service programs to inquire about a placement with us.
For more information, please contact Allison Cope, City Support Coordinator.
Become a Member
We believe that our work is grounded in the communities we serve.
Trellis HIV & Community Care relies on an extensive membership base of individuals who wish to have a say in our operations and who want to feel a part of the HIV/AIDS movement.
Join our team
We are searching for dedicated, heart-led individuals to bring their knowledge and experience to our team. Check out our Indeed job postings below.
OUR ANNUAL CAMPAIGNS
A Taste For Life - April
A recipe for tasty success: take generous restaurants, combine with caring people who dine and donate every year, and season with sponsors supporting every aspect of the event.
Started in Ottawa in 1999 as a fundraiser for people living with HIV, the event has expanded to communities from across the country.Learn More
Friends for Life Bike Rally - August
As long as there’s a reason, there’s a ride.
The Friends for Life Bike Rally is the only volunteer-led ride that brings people together for an inclusive, supportive, and life-changing challenge that inspires much-needed help for people living with HIV/AIDS in Toronto, Kingston and Montréal.Learn More
World AIDS Day - December 1st
World AIDS Day was first observed in 1988. Each year, organizations and individuals across the world bring attention to the HIV epidemic, endeavor to increase HIV awareness and knowledge, speak out against HIV stigma, and call for an increased response to move toward Ending the HIV Epidemic.
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