All the coaching, sport management, administrative functions associated with being part of an international organization, and fundraising efforts to ensure maintenance of low participation costs are performed by volunteers.

A Special Olympics volunteer need only be believer in what we are endeavouring to do and be enthusiastic about achieving it. The Brockville and Area Community Council will ensure that you are provided with any training or support you may require to perform your chosen task. As funds and needs dictate training opportunities, such as NCCP courses, and First Aid, will be provided to interested volunteers.

The list below is an example of the types of activities you may wish to get involved in:

-provide training for athletes in any of our different sports

-work with athletes to improve basic motor skills and teach sport-specific skills

-prepare athletes for competitions

-commit some weekends for competitions

-volunteer at an event

-experience the energy of a Special Olympics event!

-spend an exciting day at a competition timing races, measuring long jumps, serving lunches, fundraising, and much more!

-share your expertise and talents on a planning committee

-gain new leadership and organizational skills, or utilize your creative side in organizing on a fund raising event or competition

-gain skills in fundraising, budgets, planning, coordinating and much more…

We are always looking for new coaches and council members. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Terry Dawson at brockville.volunteerco@specialolympicsontario.ca

 You can complete your registration application either the online volunteer registration online at or fill out this hard copy form paper form.  If you apply online you will be contacted within a week by the Brockville Volunteer Coordinator or the Registrar. Should you use the paper form for your application, call or email the Brockville Volunteer Coordinator or another member listed on the 'contact us" page and someone will happily contact you. Regardless of the process you use you will be asked for two references and be required to sign that you understand and agree to abide by the code of conduct of Special Olympics volunteer code of conduct. As well, you will be  required to obtain a vulnerable sector police check. If you live outside the limits of Brockville you will need to go to an OPP office. Prior to your visit download the following form Request form for OPP. (This form is required by the OPP to ensure that there will be no charge for the police check.) However, if you live within Brockville no other form is required for your police check request. There is a $10 fee charged by Brockville which we will reimburse. 


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