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Information about volunteering and helping the 276 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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West Coast LEAF

West Coast LEAF
409 Granville St, Suite 555, Vancouver, British Columbia

West Coast LEAF is the first and only organization in BC dedicated to promoting women's equality through the law.

Keywords: Women · Advocacy and Human Rights

Volunteer Profile of West Coast LEAF


West Coast LEAF

West End Community Centre Association
870 Denman St, Vancouver, British Columbia

The West End Community Centre Association (WECCA) is driven by a volunteer board of directors - people like you. WECCA, through a joint operating partnership with the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, is involved with providing recreational, educational, and social activities and services offered at Barclay Manor, Coal Harbour and West End Community Centres.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of West End Community Centre Association


West Coast LEAF

West End Seniors' Network
1447 Barclay Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

WESN improves the quality of life of adults aged 55+ by providing social, educational and recreational programs and services that foster connection and inclusion in the broader community.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of West End Seniors' Network


West Coast LEAF

Western Canada Wilderness Committee
341 Water Street, 4th Floor, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Wilderness Committee, founded in 1980, is a registered non-profit society with charitable status. With over 60,000 members, donors and volunteers, we are Canada's largest membership-based, citizen-funded wilderness protection group. Our head office is in Vancouver, with field offices in Victoria, Winnipeg and Toronto.

Keywords: Wildlife · Environment

Volunteer Profile of Western Canada Wilderness Committee


West Coast LEAF

Western Canadian Pediatric AIDS Society
119 West Pender St, Suite 223, Vancouver, British Columbia

With 18 years of camp to celebrate, The Moomba Society has decided to build on successful partnerships with YouthCO HIV and Hep C Society and to strengthen and make official our collaboration: by the end of 2015, The Moomba Society will be fully integrated with YouthCO. A Moomba advisory committee and the continued engagement of Moomba alumni, staff and board in programming will ensure a smooth transition.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Western Canadian Pediatric AIDS Society


West Coast LEAF

Wish Drop-In Centre Society
119 West Pender St, Suite 515, Vancouver, British Columbia

The mission of WISH is to improve the health, safety and well-being of women who are involved in Vancouver's street-based sex trade.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of Wish Drop-In Centre Society


West Coast LEAF

Women in Leadership Foundation
1238 Homer Street, Suite 201, Vancouver, British Columbia

Founded in 2001, WIL is a national non profit with charity status that was established to increase the number of women in leadership roles, provide education and mentorship on pertinent leadership topics and aid in tearing down barriers to success.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of Women in Leadership Foundation


WORD Vancouver

WORD Vancouver
901-207 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, British Columbia

Since 1995 The Vancouver Book and Magazine Fair Society has produced The Word On The Street Vancouver, the primary literary festival for book lovers and literacy enthusiasts. In 2013 this festival is rebranding with the new name WORD Vancouver. The first festival was a one day event at the then newly built Vancouver Public Library and it featured 60 exhibitors and attracted 18,000 festival goers. Since then, the festival has expanded to three days and now attracts an average of 30,000 attendees to events taking place at Carnegie Community Centre, Banyen Books & Sound, Historic Joy Kogawa House, and Library Square.

Keywords: Festival · Education and Literacy · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of WORD Vancouver


Working Gear Clothing Society

Working Gear Clothing Society
1249 Kingsway, Vancouver, British Columbia

Working Gear is a registered charitable non-profit society. We are run by volunteers and have been operating in Vancouver, British Columbia since 2007. We assist low income unemployed men in their return to the workplace by providing work appropriate clothing at no cost. These men are seeking jobs in a wide range of industries and we provide them with everything from boots to suits.

Keywords: Employment and Careers · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Working Gear Clothing Society


Working Gear Clothing Society

Yaletown House
1099 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Yaletown House is a non profit care facility for seniors with complex care and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing · Health

Volunteer Profile of Yaletown House


Yoga Outreach

Yoga Outreach
Box 29157, Vancouver, British Columbia

Yoga Outreach is a Vancouver based registered charity. Our mission is to develop and deliver life-affirming yoga programs to people who do not have access to these resources

Keywords: Women · Sports and Recreation · Mental Health · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Yoga Outreach


Youth Initiative Vancouver

Youth Initiative Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia

High school students in Vancouver are all equipped with veritable arsenals of skills and experiences that they have accumulated from their experiences such as their education, their hobbies, or their culture. If we were to match volunteers with specific jobs that matched their skills and experiences, we believe that the volunteers will work more efficiently and contentedly. More importantly, they will have the opportunity for rapid personal development in a field in which they are interested.
These opportunities will come from many different sources, and it is the job of Youth Initiative Vancouver to connect with these sources and search through all our registered volunteers for individuals with matching portfolios. We will continually monitor and evaluate our registered volunteers to ensure their commitment and quality of work.

Keywords: Leadership · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Youth Initiative Vancouver


Youth Initiative Vancouver

Youthco AIDS Society
900 Helmcken Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

YouthCO exists to reduce the impact that HIV and Hep C have on the youth of British Columbia. We are an organization of young leaders who work to effect meaningful change through peer support, education and community engagement. We strive to foster inclusive communities where youth empower youth to make informed decisions about their own well-being and work to end the stigma surrounding HIV and Hep C.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Children and Youth · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Youthco AIDS Society


Youth Initiative Vancouver

Youthworks Canadian Mission Services
2906 West Broadway, Suite 158, Vancouver, British Columbia

Each summer YouthWorks provides life-changing Christ-centered mission trips for over 30,000 students and adult leaders in over 70 communities across North America. Because we want everyone to experience a mission trip, we provide lots of affordable options while maintaining high quality experiences.

Keywords: Religion · Missions

Volunteer Profile of Youthworks Canadian Mission Services


Youth Initiative Vancouver

YWCA Metro Vancouver
535 Hornby Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Our mission is to touch lives and build better futures for women and their families through advocacy and integrated services that foster economic independence, wellness, and equal opportunities.

Keywords: Women · Sports and Recreation · Housing · Employment and Careers · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of YWCA Metro Vancouver


Youth Initiative Vancouver

Zajac Ranch Society
2006 10th Ave W, Suite 300, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Mel Jr. & Marty Zajac Foundation was established in 1987 with a mandate to support children, seniors and those with special needs through innovative community projects focused on developing life long skills and independence and improving the quality of life for individuals across BC.

Keywords: Leadership · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Zajac Ranch Society




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Youth Initiative Vancouver The Arthritis Society

The Arthritis Society is dedicated to a vision of living well while creating a future without arthritis. The Society is Canada's principal health charity providing education, programs and support to the over 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis.


Youth Initiative Vancouver West Coast LEAF

West Coast LEAF is the first and only organization in BC dedicated to promoting women’s equality through the law.


Youth Initiative Vancouver Alzheimer Society of BC

The Alzheimer Society of B.C. exists to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, to promote public awareness and to search for the causes and the cure.


Youth Initiative Vancouver Youth Initiative Vancouver

High school students in Vancouver are all equipped with veritable arsenals of skills and experiences that they have accumulated from their experiences such as their education, their hobbies, or their culture. If we were to match volunteers with specific jobs that matched their skills and experiences, we believe that the volunteers will work more efficiently and contentedly. More importantly, they will have the opportunity for rapid personal development in a field in which they are interested.
These opportunities will come from many different sources, and it is the job of Youth Initiative Vancouver to connect with these sources and search through all our registered volunteers for individuals with matching portfolios. We will continually monitor and evaluate our registered volunteers to ensure their commitment and quality of work.


Youth Initiative Vancouver Atira Women's Resource Society

Atira Women's Resource Society (Atira) is a not-for-profit organization committed to the work of ending violence against women through providing direct service, as well as working to increase awareness of and education around the scope and impact on our communities of men's violence against women and children.


Youth Initiative Vancouver UBC Occupational Therapy and Heath Sciences

Originally a division within the School of Rehabilitation Sciences, the Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy emerged in July 2007. The department offers a wide array of educational and research opportunities, including an entry to practice graduate program: Master of Occupational Therapy, MOT; graduate research programs: MSc and PhD; and post-professional online: Master of rehabilitation science, MRSc and certificate programs.


Youth Initiative Vancouver UBC Life Sciences Circle

UBC Life Sciences Circle is an outreach program for high school students. We offer free events to all high schools students who are interested in pursuing life sciences. Our sessions usually consist of a lecture given by a guest lecturer about a topic of their interest. Then we will proceed to further explore this topic either by visiting a lab, doing problem solving activities and discussions. There will be an opportunity for students to mingle with UBC students and ask questions about life science programs/courses, along with general inquiries about university life.


Youth Initiative Vancouver Car Free Day Vancouver

Car Free Day is a completely volunteer-led festival that occurs every year in June to celebrate healthier and happier communities - by promoting active transportation, community engagement and sustainability!


Youth Initiative Vancouver Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm

The Centre for Sustainable Food Systems (CSFS), located at UBC Farm, is a unique research centre that aims to understand and fundamentally transform local and global food systems towards a more sustainable, food-secure future. The centre is a living laboratory, committed to finding solutions to both the local and global challenges facing food systems sustainability and translating solutions to improve personal, community, and environmental health.


Youth Initiative Vancouver The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

The Ride is a unique 2 day cycling journey from Vancouver to Seattle, August 29th - 30th, 2015 that inspires awareness, ignites hope, and raises funds benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation. The Ride to Conquer Cancer is growing in strength and numbers and this year we are recruiting an even larger volunteer team to help us make the weekend as organized and as enjoyable as possible for all involved. Since it's inception in 2009 the Ride has raised nearly $60 Million in support of Cancer Research in BC.



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