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Organization: Dryden Volunteer Recruitment and Referral Centre  
Phone Numbers: 807-223-5995
Fax: 807-223-8370
Email: connections@drytel.net
Address:
53 Arthur St
Dryden, ON
P8N 1J7
Intersection: Arthur St and Van Horne Ave
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Executives: Kari Hopp - Executive Director
kari.dvrrc@drytel.net
Louise Moody - Chairperson
Contacts: Peggy Howard - Program Director
peggy.dvrrc@drytel.net
Service Description: Provides a variety of volunteer services to individuals in the community

Located at Arthur St near Van Horne Ave

  • Connects individuals with available volunteer opportunities
  • Connects community agencies with available volunteers
  • Provides volunteer community members with training in various areas
  • Operates Christmas Cheer Program
  • Offers Healthy Food Box Program
  • Community Integration Service
    Connects adults with a developmental disability to the community via volunteers with common interests
    Offers the following:
    • Friendship matches
    • Participation in clubs and community events
    • Organized group activities
    • Vacations and day trips
    Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
    • Completes income tax returns free of charge
    • Operates from mid February to Apr 30th
    This organization is a Registered Charity

    Fees: Membership - Minimal annual membership fee * None
    Application: Community Integration Service

    To enroll as client:

    Requires referral from Developmental Services Ontario (DSO)


    To enroll as volunteer:

    Requires completed application, signed waiver of responsibility, signed confidentiality form, Criminal Reference Check, three references and an interview


    Income Tax Program

    Drop off forms during office hours; requires proof of previous year's income
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Community Integration Service
    Adults with a developmental disability

    Income Tax Program
    Low income individuals

    Christmas Cheer
    Families in need who are provided a hamper to assist through the holidays
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served:
    Kenora District  
    See Also: Parenting Groups
    Volunteer Referral Networks

    This information was last completely updated on April 14, 2016

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