Opportunities to Volunteer in Our Community
The following organizations have reached out to us looking for volunteers. Participating in the community as a volunteer is a wonderful way to get to know others and become known yourself.
Spring’s the time to be cutting broom! And even while social distancing, volunteers are out doing their best to keep this invasive plant in check! Only for 3 weeks in May. Learn more about cutting broom here and if you’ve got even a bit of time, they’d like your help.
B2B is looking for volunteers in ALL areas! Backstage, props, set decoration & painting, committee work, just to name only a few. AND no experience needed ~ We’ll train you!
Contact: Jay Norton ~ WHY NOT TODAY?
Phone: 250-248-1410 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of our streamkeeper activities involve learning about our local streams and aquatic environments, through monitoring changes brought on by climate change and land development. Opportunities to restore habitats and educate kids about the wilds in our backyards make our volunteers a happy and dedicated group. No experience necessary – learn as you go.
Oceanside Ovarian Cancer Committee
The committee is fundraising for Ovarian Cancer Canada. The primary event is a bi-annual Luncheon. This year’s is on Sept 25th at Tigh Na Mara: The Lunch. We are looking for volunteers to join the committee. There is usually only one meeting per month, and the next will be in Qualicum on Feb 9th.
If anyone would like to donate, participate or be a sponsor of the event contact Andrea. Even if volunteering is not something you can do, keep the Sept 25th event in mind for a lunch. The tickets will be $50, and are a tax deductible donation.
Contact: Andrea Rudy at email@example.com
Does your organization have a current volunteer requirement? Send a short blurb with a few details, contact information and a small logo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include a deadline if the need for volunteers is time-sensitive.