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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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Mosaic Church
165 West 4th Avenue, Suite 208, Vancouver, British Columbia

Our mission at Mosaic is to be a compassionate Christian community of inclusive diversity where everyone knows they belong and has opportunity to serve. Our wider vision is to give a voice to the voiceless, one the church needs to hear. We want to contribute to the transformation of people and how they think about diversity, equality, justice and service.

Keywords: Religion

Volunteer Profile of Mosaic Church


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Music on Main Society
2414 Main St, Unit 12, Vancouver, British Columbia

Music on Main has produced more than 250 events featuring in excess of 500 musicians and more than 50 world premieres at Heritage Hall on Main Street, the now-closed Cellar Restaurant and Jazz Club in Kitsilano, and venues throughout Metro Vancouver. The music has touched the souls of thousands of listeners, and we've helped artists from around the world connect with each other, and with Vancouver audiences.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Music on Main Society


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Musica Intima Society
3102 Main St, Suite 302, Vancouver, British Columbia

Founded in 1992, musica intima has become an integral part of Canada's cultural fabric. A distinctly Canadian ensemble, musica intima regularly commissions, champions and premieres works by Canada's leading composers including Michael Osterle, Ana Sokolovic, Jos‚ Evangelista, Peter Hannan, Jocelyn Morlock, Keith Hamel Jordan Nobles, and Jeffrey Ryan.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Musica Intima Society


National Council of Jewish Women of Canada Vancouver Section

National Council of Jewish Women of Canada Vancouver Section
302 - 950 41st Ave W, Vancouver, British Columbia

A volunteer organization that is dedicated to the needs of both the Jewish and general communities through advocacy, education and social action.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of National Council of Jewish Women of Canada Vancouver Section


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National Student Network
Vancouver, British Columbia

The NSN is a supportive online network that empowers youth across Canada to become agents of positive social change by connecting them to meaningful opportunities and personalized mentorship.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of National Student Network


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New Hope Community Services Society
2551 East 49th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

New Hope Community Services Society began in 2004 with the purpose of assisting refugee claimants and new Canadian immigrants. It has always been our mission to see these individuals become integrated, interdependent and productive members of Canadian society. We do this through housing in conjunction with social, personal, spiritual, educational and vocational support.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of New Hope Community Services Society


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New Learning Society
4196 West 4th Ave., Jericho Hill Center, Vancouver, British Columbia

Pacific Spirit School (PSS) is an inclusive, independent, K-7 school located at Jericho Hill Centre, a parkland setting adjacent to Jericho Beach in Point Grey. It is one of many independent schools BC has to offer. PSS offers a small class environment where the BC Core Curriculum is met or exceeded.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of New Learning Society


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Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre Assocation
1440 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre is a non-profit, charitable organization and was incorporated in 1995 as the Representation Agreement Resource Centre (RARC).

Keywords: Seniors · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre Assocation


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North American Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society
1859 Napier Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society What is Crohn's Colitis IBD? Raising awareness of intestinal diseases, Crohn's disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Colorectal Cancer, Celiac Diseas, GERD, What Causes it, Symptoms, Tests, Treatment, Prognosis Complications, education and public awareness campaigns. IDEAS provides quality of life enhancing programs for children and young adults afflicted with intestinal diseases and their families. Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society conducts advocacy programs on behalf of all people living with intestinal diseases.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of North American Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society


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Oak Counselling Services Society
949 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Oak Counselling Services Society is a non-profit organization established in 1973. Our goal is to provide affordable, secular and quality counselling to residents of Greater Vancouver.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Oak Counselling Services Society


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One to One Literacy Society
1130 Keefer Street, Room 204 Seymour Elementary School, Vancouver, British Columbia

The ONE TO ONE Literacy program began in 1989 as a collaboration between the Vancouver School Board and the Junior League of Greater Vancouver. We celebrated our 25th anniversary last year, and are proud of our 325 volunteer tutors who annually provide thousands of hours of reading support to over 1,500 children in 82 schools throughout the Vancouver, North Vancouver and Burnaby School Districts.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of One to One Literacy Society


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Outdoor Recreation Council of British Columbia
47 West Broadway, Vancouver, British Columbia

By fostering the responsible use of BC's outdoors and building bridges between outdoor recreation groups, the Outdoor Recreation Council represents the interests of the public outdoor recreation community and promotes and advocates access to and responsible use of BC's outdoors for public recreation

Keywords: Sports and Recreation

Volunteer Profile of Outdoor Recreation Council of British Columbia


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PACE Society
49 West Cordova Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Providing Alternatives, Counselling & Education (PACE) Society is located in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We offer low-barrier programming and support in order to serve Vancouver's Sex Worker community. We serve people who often fall through the cracks due to ineligibility for services that require a fixed address or drug abstinence. In this respect, PACE is on the frontline of support for Sex Workers in Vancouver who need it most.

Keywords: Health · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of PACE Society


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Pacific Association of First Nations Women
2017 Dundas street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Our vision is to provide quality care and support networks that promote and sustain a vibrant and healthy lifestyle, while also preserving our rich cultural heritage, and strengthening the bonds of our people through ongoing advocacy. While assisting First Nations women socially and culturally, we endeavour to enhance their health and welfare, and encourage individual growth and development.

Keywords: Women · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Association of First Nations Women


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Pacific Ballet British Columbia Society
677 Davie St, 6th floor, Vancouver, British Columbia

An internationally acclaimed collaborative and creation-based contemporary ballet company that is a leader and resource in the creation, production and education of contemporary dance in Canada.

Keywords: Dance · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Ballet British Columbia Society


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Pacific Baroque Orchestra Society
Vancouver, British Columbia

The Pacific Baroque Orchestra (PBO) is recognized as one of Canada's most exciting and innovative ensembles performing "early music for modern ears." PBO brings the music of the past up to date by performing with cutting edge style and enthusiasm. Formed in 1990, the orchestra quickly established itself as a force in Vancouver's burgeoning music scene with the ongoing support of Early Music Vancouver.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Baroque Orchestra Society


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Pacific Community Resources
201-2830 Grandview Highway, Vancouver, British Columbia

Pacific Community Resources is an award winning, accredited, not-for-profit society serving Lower Mainland communities since 1984.

The agency provides alternate education, employment, addiction counselling and prevention services, housing support, and cultural enrichment for children, youth, adults and families.

Keywords: Volunteer Centres · Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Community Resources


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Pacific Immigrant Resources Society
2929 Commercial Dr, Suite 205, Vancouver, British Columbia

Pacific Immigrant Resources Society (PIRS) is a community-based, non-profit organization serving immigrant and refugee women and their young children since 1975. We reach out to barriered and vulnerable immigrants and refugees with programs designed to help women progress and contribute in the Canadian society.

Keywords: Women · Immigrants and Refugees

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Immigrant Resources Society


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Pacific Salmon Foundation
300-1682 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Pacific Salmon Foundation, founded in 1987, is a federally incorporated non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and their natural habitats in British Columbia and the Yukon. Operating independently from government, The Foundation facilitates dialogue and undertakes positive initiatives in support of Pacific salmon amongst all levels of government including First Nations; as well as industry, communities, individual volunteers and all fishing interests.

Keywords: Environment · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Pacific Salmon Foundation


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Pal Vancouver
581 Cardero Street, Suite 300, Vancouver, British Columbia

PAL Vancouver's mission is to provide veterans of Vancouver's performing arts industry with affordable housing within a vibrant and creative community setting.

Keywords: Homeless and Housing

Volunteer Profile of Pal Vancouver




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National Student Network 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.


National Student Network West Coast LEAF

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


National Student Network 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.


National Student Network 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.


National Student Network 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.


National Student Network 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.


National Student Network 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.


National Student Network 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!


National Student Network 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.


National Student Network 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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