Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement & Code Audit Tool
Volunteer Canada created the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement (CCVI) in 2001 to support organizations that engage volunteers. The CCVI details standards of practice for engaging and managing volunteers effectively, and organizations are encouraged to adopt the standards at all levels. To assist in the adoption process, Volunteer Canada developed the Code Audit Tool, which allows organizations to assess and analyze the way they involve volunteers, and helps them identify areas for further development. The CCVI and Code Audit Tool have been updated periodically to reflect the ever changing landscape of volunteerism, and Volunteer Canada has now released a 2017 update of both.
With the launch of the 2017 edition, the Ontario Volunteer Centre Network (OVCN), in partnership with Volunteer Toronto, Volunteer MBC and Volunteer Canada, is now rolling out online and in-person CCVI training across Ontario.
Subsidies are available to organizations in Ontario, which will grant them access to the CCVI training, free of charge. The subsidies are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and organizations are encouraged to apply early. The application should take no more than two minutes to fill out and is available at:
To find out more about this unique and exciting training opportunity, please contact:
CCVI Project Coordinator
Take the Training. Adopt the Code. Complete the Code Audit.