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Information about volunteering and helping the 8 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Whistler, British Columbia.

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Get Bear Smart Society
Box 502, Whistler, British Columbia

The Get Bear Smart Society's goal is to minimize the number of bears killed as a result of human-caused problems. We accomplish this by helping the public prevent conflict at their homes, work and play; championing policymakers to create Bear Smart communities; and encouraging police and bear managers to choose non-lethal bear management practices.

Keywords: Wildlife · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Get Bear Smart Society


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The Zero Ceiling Society of Canada
La Societe Sans Limites Du Canada
Whistler, British Columbia

Zero Ceiling was founded in 1997 in Whistler, British Columbia by mountain enthusiast and visionary, Chris Winter. For 18 years, Zero Ceiling has been providing at-risk and homeless youth from Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor an opportunity to experience mountain life through adventure based learning programs. Our programs cater to youth between the ages of 13 - 24 and focus on fun, adventure, learning and healthy lifestyle.

Keywords: Leadership · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of The Zero Ceiling Society of Canada


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Whistler Animals Galore Society
8000 Nesters Road, Whistler, British Columbia

Whistler Animals Galore (WAG) was founded in 1982 when two friends identified the need for an animal rescue service in the Sea-to-Sky corridor. Since then, WAG has grown into a respected community asset. WAG is non-profit and registered charity that cares for and re-homes hundred of animals each year.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Whistler Animals Galore Society


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Whistler Arts Council
4335 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, British Columbia

The Whistler Arts Council (WAC) is a registered charity established in 1982 with a mandate to build and integrate arts into the fabric of the Whistler community. WAC believes that the arts are integral to a healthy community and the culture of a community.

Keywords: Arts and Culture · Art Councils

Volunteer Profile of Whistler Arts Council


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Whistler Community Services Society
7328 Kirkpatrick, Whistler, British Columbia

Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) has a strong history of quickly responding to the needs of the community using an effective, collaborative and unique approach.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Whistler Community Services Society


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Whistler Health Care Foundation
4380 Lorimer Rd, Whistler, British Columbia

Mission: To promote and financially assist in the provision of health care services, facilities and equipment to be made available to the public in the Resort Municipality of Whistler as well as in adjacent communities where such services, facilities and equipment are accessible by and beneficial to the residents of Whistler.

Keywords: Health Centres · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Whistler Health Care Foundation


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Whistler Museum & Archives
4333 Main Street, Whistler, British Columbia

To collect, preserve, document and interpret the natural and human history of mountain life - with an emphasis on Whistler - and to provide a forum in which to present an innovative range of exhibitions and education programs to enrich the lives of residents and guests.

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Whistler Museum & Archives


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Whistler Public Library
4329 Main St., Whistler, British Columbia

The Whistler Public Library Association was formed in December 1985 by a dedicated group of community minded citizens. Space was provided by the municipality in the basement of the municipal hall on Blackcomb Way. The Rotary Club of Whistler was extremely generous in providing the materials and labour to finish the interior of the 1400 square foot room. In record time, the Library was officially opened by provincial politicians Grace McCarthy and John Reynolds on July 28, 1986.

Keywords: Libraries · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of Whistler Public Library






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North Shore Volunteers for Seniors The Zero Ceiling Society of Canada

Zero Ceiling was founded in 1997 in Whistler, British Columbia by mountain enthusiast and visionary, Chris Winter. For 18 years, Zero Ceiling has been providing at-risk and homeless youth from Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor an opportunity to experience mountain life through adventure based learning programs. Our programs cater to youth between the ages of 13 – 24 and focus on fun, adventure, learning and healthy lifestyle.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Whistler Public Library

The Whistler Public Library Association was formed in December 1985 by a dedicated group of community minded citizens. Space was provided by the municipality in the basement of the municipal hall on Blackcomb Way. The Rotary Club of Whistler was extremely generous in providing the materials and labour to finish the interior of the 1400 square foot room. In record time, the Library was officially opened by provincial politicians Grace McCarthy and John Reynolds on July 28, 1986.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Whistler Museum & Archives

To collect, preserve, document and interpret the natural and human history of mountain life – with an emphasis on Whistler – and to provide a forum in which to present an innovative range of exhibitions and education programs to enrich the lives of residents and guests.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Whistler Health Care Foundation

Mission: To promote and financially assist in the provision of health care services, facilities and equipment to be made available to the public in the Resort Municipality of Whistler as well as in adjacent communities where such services, facilities and equipment are accessible by and beneficial to the residents of Whistler.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Whistler Community Services Society

Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) has a strong history of quickly responding to the needs of the community using an effective, collaborative and unique approach.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Whistler Arts Council

The Whistler Arts Council (WAC) is a registered charity established in 1982 with a mandate to build and integrate arts into the fabric of the Whistler community. WAC believes that the arts are integral to a healthy community and the culture of a community.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Whistler Animals Galore Society

Whistler Animals Galore (WAG) was founded in 1982 when two friends identified the need for an animal rescue service in the Sea-to-Sky corridor. Since then, WAG has grown into a respected community asset. WAG is non-profit and registered charity that cares for and re-homes hundred of animals each year.


North Shore Volunteers for Seniors Get Bear Smart Society

The Get Bear Smart Society’s goal is to minimize the number of bears killed as a result of human-caused problems. We accomplish this by helping the public prevent conflict at their homes, work and play; championing policymakers to create Bear Smart communities; and encouraging police and bear managers to choose non-lethal bear management practices.



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