Volunteer for AboutFace!

Volunteer for AboutFace!

About This Campaign

Volunteering with AboutFace is a great opportunity to make a difference in your community, be part of a team, share your experiences, learn new skills, and develop lasting friendships. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, all age groups – students through to seniors – each with a unique gift to contribute.

Volunteering is more than just sharing your time and passion, it's about the satisfaction of knowing you are helping people become stronger, giving back to your community and gaining valuable work experience that will enhance your career opportunities. We are always looking for new volunteers to help grow our organization and make our programs better. We are looking for committee members, special event helpers, trade shows, speakers, administrative support, Camp leaders and much more. Become a volunteer today and we will keep you updated on current volunteer opportunities!
AboutFace Craniofacial Family Society

Campaign to Support AboutFace Craniofacial Family Society

Every year in Canada, approximately 15,000 babies are born with a facial difference like cleft lip and palate, port wine stain, or hemangioma. Additionally, 50,000 individuals will acquire a facial difference this year alone as a result of trauma or health issue. For 25 years, AboutFace has aided individuals with a facial difference in experiencing personal enrichment and growth. Founded in 1985, AboutFace has since grown to be a widely respected organization serving affected individuals at every stage of life. AboutFace is the only Canadian charitable organization that provides emotional, peer and social support, resources and educational programs to individuals with facial differenes and their families. We offer experiential programs like the highly successful Camp Trailblazers - a camp where kids with facial differences can be themselves and gain confidence in a welcoming environment, and our services include monthly support calls for parents and affected individuals. AboutFace also seeks to increase public understanding and acceptance of people living with facial differences through public awareness and education so we can stop the judgment of people who look different. To find out more about the programs and services we offer, please visit www.aboutface.ca.

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