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The COVID-19 health crisis has caused major disruptions to our lives — especially among vulnerable populations such as seniors.

How can you help? Consider volunteering through CU Cares to lend a helping hand to community organizations in need of people power.

A collaboration between Concordia’s LIVE Centre and University Advancement, CU Cares is recruiting students, faculty, staff and alumni to help our extended community.

Whether it’s short-term or long-term, your time commitment will make a difference.

Kindly indicate if you wish to volunteer in-person (with protective measures taken) or virtually (by phone or computer).

Once we find a match, you will be emailed instructions and the name of a contact person.

If you are an external organization in need of volunteers, please contact the LIVE Centre directly at volunteer@concordia.ca.

For Concordia faculty and staff

Are you feeling somewhat disconnected from your colleagues due to the COVID-19 situation?

Human Resources, in collaboration with Concordia’s LIVE Centre, University Advancement and the CU Cares initiative, offers you a new way to connect with members of the Concordia community.

Register now to be paired up with a colleague who will check in with you by phone.
LIVE Centre

 

Supported by the Concordia LIVE Centre

Legal disclaimer

It is highly recommended that potential volunteers follow expert advice as to how to stay safe and healthy, especially in the current pandemic.

While your commitment to volunteering is truly appreciated, any participation in any activity, including the volunteer activities posted here, is at your sole risk.

For the sake of clarity, Concordia University has not vetted or made any determination of risk with respect to any of the volunteer positions posted here and the posting of any volunteer position does not mean that Concordia University condones the position, the associated organization or the safety measures undertaken by that organization.

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