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Volunteer Opportunity

JANUARY 23, 2023

About Us

Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) has worked to respond to the threat of HIV and AIDS in Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black communities. Our work is guided by our motto, ‘Because All Black People’s Lives Are Important’, which serves as a reminder of our commitment to the human rights and dignity of all Black people who are vulnerable to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

We deliver support services that meet the health and wellness needs of our clients who are living with or affected by HIV or AIDS. To do this, we provide much needed counselling, settlement, practical and peer support, employment, housing and social support services that help people achieve their goals.

We also work with men, women, youth and LGBTQ communities to increase their knowledge and reduce their vulnerability to HIV, AIDS and sexually transmitted infections. This is accomplished through prevention, outreach and harm reduction programming that is delivered in communities across Toronto.

Core Responsibilities:

The volunteer position requires an efficient, motivated, experienced candidate and working with LGBTQ members


  1. register for the CVITP
  2. have an EFILE number or renew your EFILE account


Just be available to volunteer with the organization tax Clinic hours (Hours may be negotiable, based on appointment availability):

10:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday

10:00 am to 2:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm Tuesday and Friday (4-hour shift)

Virtual Appointments(negotiable) Managers approval.

To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter to:

Job Types:  Seasonal- March -May
Volunteer Contract length: 3 months


COVID-19 considerations:
We take all public health requirements and recommendations very seriously and follow all current public health guidelines.


Shift availability:

Application deadline: 2023-02-30

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With more than 3,000 Black people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario and tens of thousands more at risk, we depend on your support. We’ve made great gains in the fight against HIV/AIDS in our community, but we can’t celebrate yet.

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