We are always looking for fun, enthusiastic, responsible and community-minded people to join our volunteer family. You don’t have to have a specific skill or be an expert to start volunteering with us, as long as you are willing to learn, share, contribute and make a difference in the community.
We look for support in many areas of our programming. Our volunteers work with children, youth, seniors and neighbours of all ages. Our volunteers prepare meals in the kitchen, provide tutoring support, support newcomers with interpretation, chat with neighbours at our community events, and help keep things organized behind the scenes. We have volunteers supporting in diverse community programs like crafts, dance, foodbank, summer camp, daycare and English as a Second Language classes.
We offer ongoing training for our volunteers, and an opportunity to develop your leadership, facilitation and community engagement skills. Volunteer work is a great way to gain new skills and give back to your community!
How do I start to volunteer? Take a look at our current volunteer opportunities below and then fill out a volunteer application, and we’ll be in touch soon!
Please fill out our online volunteer application.
If you would like to fill out a paper copy, please visit Kiwassa and pick up an application at the front desk.
For any questions about volunteer and other community engagement opportunities, please contact Elise Barber, Community Engagement and Learning Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 604 254 5401 x 212
I volunteer because I like helping others, it gives me the opportunity to meet new people, make friends and better understand our community.