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BC SPCA

www.spca.bc.ca/about/volunteer/#.UoQGhV_Tlkg

Make a difference one animal at a time - Volunteer

The BC SPCA operates with the assistance of over 4,000 volunteers who work at the shelter level and in a variety of fundraising, advocacy and education roles. These critical individuals assist our branches through activities such as dog walking, cat wellness, rabbit and small animal care, administrative support, special events, fundraising, education, volunteer coordination, fostering, advocacy, and so much more.

They may be called volunteers but to our staff and animals, they are heroes. In every capacity they serve, volunteers are a highly valued resource to our society and are making a very real difference to the lives of so many animals - Volunteer! 

Taking it Global

www.tigweb.org

What's this all about?

TakingITGlobal's mission is to empower youth to understand and act on the world's greatest challenges. We can't wait for you to get involved!

~  Langley  ~

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley

Suite 201-20538 Fraser Highway, 

Langley

Phone604.530.5055

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www.bbbslangley.com

What if every child finished high school, went to college or university, got a job and gave back to our community? Wouldn't that be something? Find ways to volunteer by checking out the website at www.bbblangley.com!

Boys & Girls Clubs of Langley

5409A 206 Street, 

Langley

Phone604.533.8552

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www.bgcbc.ca/what-we-do/clubs/langley-club/

“Volunteering can be an exciting, growing, enjoyable experience. It is truly gratifying to serve a cause, practice one’s ideals, work with people, solve problems, see benefits, and know one had a hand in them.” - Harriet Naylor

City of Langley Parks & Recreation

Langley

Phone604.514.2865

www.city.langley.bc.ca/index.php/recreation-and-community/volunte...

Volunteering is a great way to:

  • Become involved in your community
  • Meet new people
  • Cultivate personal growth
  • Gain new experiences
  • Take on new challenges
  • Get a new perspective on your own problems
  • Feel good and build self-esteem
  • Fulfill the need to be needed
  • Take pride in sharing your knowledge and abilities
  • Keep your body active
  • Keep you mind active
  • Stay healthy
  • Have fun!

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Be 13 years of age or older
  • Be interested in recreation, parks, or the environment
  • Be able to commit at least 2 hours a month
  • Be discreet with confidential information
  • Be reliable and responsible
  • Must consent to a criminal record check

How do I Volunteer?

  • Fill out a volunteer application form and criminal record check form
  • Provide two character references
  • Attend a volunteer orientation session
  • Meet with a city staff to coordinate placement

Critter Care Wildlife Society

481 - 216th Street, 

Langley

Phone604.530.2064

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www.crittercarewildlife.org

Critter Care Wildlife Society specializes in the treatment, care and release of sick, injured and orphaned Native Mammal species of British Columbia's Southern and Lower Mainland. We are the only facility in BC specializing in the care of mammals and one of only four Bear Rehab facilities in the province.

"Injured and/or orphaned wild animals are rehabilitated. Volunteers assist with animal care, building shelters, etc."

Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS)

26220 56th Avenue, 

Langley

Phone604.857.5055

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Hours: Open 9:00am - 5:30pm 7 days a week

www.lapsbc.ca

The Langley Animal Protection Society’s mandate is to promote the physical, emotional and psychological well being of companion animals in Langley. We carry out our mandate through the use of professional and humane animal control methods and innovative animal welfare programs.
Hours:
The shelter is open 7 days a week from 9:00am – 5:30pm. 
We are closed on Statutory holidays.
Adoptions are facilitated 7 days a week from 10:00am – 5:30pm

Langley Community Farmers Market

20901 Langley Bypass, 

Langley

Phone778.241.8522

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Hours: 12:00pm - 4:30pm

Days: Wednesday at the Kwantlen University Campus Courtyard

www.langleycommunityfarmersmarket.com

Market dates: May to October – Wednesdays 12:00 to 4:30 pm. Check the website for up to date information www.langleycommunityfarmersmarket.com

Not a vendor? No problem! There are many ways that you can get involved with the Langley Community Farmers’ Market. We are currently looking for Volunteers, Paid Buskers, and Community Groups every week. We welcome all applications, and look forward to your involvement!

Pacific Riding for Developing Abilities (PRDA)

1088 - 208th Street, 

Langley

Phone604.530.8717

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www.prda.ca/

Volunteers (16 yrs & up) assist in caring for horses and with horse-back riding for people with physical, mental and cognitive challenges.

Our office hours are usually 9am-5pm Monday through Friday, depending on lesson times and on volunteer office assistants.

~  Maple Ridge  ~

Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Community Services

11907 – 228th Street - Main Office, 

Maple Ridge

Phone604.467.6911

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www.comservice.bc.ca

Looking for Volunteering Opportunities?

Volunteer Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows represents a wide range of volunteer opportunities in our communities.  Volunteering provides a wonderful chance to share our knowledge, learn new skills, meet new friends and support a community in need.  Volunteer Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows is the community volunteer centre that is a central resource for all your volunteer needs.

Links & Resources
Volunteer BC
Prime Minister's Volunteer Award
Administrators of Volunteer Resources BC (AVRBC)
Volunteer Canada

Get Volunteering

Canadian Administrators of Volunteer Resources (CAVR)

Energize Inc.
Imagine Canada

~  Surrey  ~

Options Community Services Society

9815 140th Street, 

Surrey

Phone604.584.5811

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www.scss.ca

Learn about volunteer opportunities with local charities and non-profit agencies.

Get started by booking a FREE consultation with our Surrey Volunteer Centre. Our experienced staff will assist you in finding a volunteer opportunity in Surrey and its surrounding areas, and answer any questions you have about volunteering. Make an appointment today!

Surrey Crime Prevention Society

#15 - 12484 82nd Avenue, 

Surrey

Phone604.502.8555

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Hours: Monday - Friday

Days: 9:00am - 4:30pm

www.preventcrime.ca

Are you looking for a rewarding experience while supporting your community?                         Surrey Crime Prevention Society is recruiting for volunteers for the following programs:                   Special Events | Citizen’s Community Safety Watch | Community Safety Tours | Traffic Safety. 

You will enhance the following skills:

 

·                     Observation & reporting skills

·                     Communication skills

·                     Leadership through Team Lead positions

·                     Enhancing resumes with valuable volunteer experience

·                     Networking with community partners and peers

·                     Supporting your portfolio with training opportunities and credible references

We are offering volunteers the opportunity to develop their experiences while enhancing community safety.  Join our volunteer pool of over 300 dedicated volunteers!

 

Volunteer qualifications:

 

·                     Must be minimum 16+ years of age

·                     Must be willing to commit for a minimum of 6 months

·                     Comfortable working independently and in  a team based environment

·                     Strong communication skills

 

How you can apply:

Volunteer Applications can be submitted online at www.preventcrime.ca Interested volunteers may also contact Jen at jen@preventcrime.ca or call our office at 604-502-8555.

 

 

Surrey SPCA

16748 50th Avenue, 

Surrey

Volunteer Line604.574.1711

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www.spca.bc.ca/branches/surrey/

Get involved helping animals in need and learn how to treat them with compassion, respect and care.

Hours of operation

Friday through Wednesday 12:00 to 5:30pm
Thursday 2:00 to 7:00pm
Stat Holidays Closed

 

 

Surrey Volunteer Resources

13450 104 Avenue, 

Surrey

Phone(604) 598-5863

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Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

www.volunteer.surrey.ca

Volunteering is about commitment and caring.  Help people and work together with others who share goals with you. You can make a difference in the life of your community and in your own. 

Surrey Youth Stewardship Squad - City of Surrey

Surrey

Phone604.501.5158

www.surrey.ca/youth/259.aspx

Come together with like-minded youth to learn about the envronment and help restore natural areas.

The Surrey Youth Stewardship Squad (SYSS) is a group of youth from throughout Surrey that get together several times a month to steward natural parklands or promote nature appreciation and environmental understanding in the community.

SYSS events often involve

  • planting trees,

  • creating wildlife habitat,

  • pulling invasive weeds, and

  • working alongside local environmental groups that are active in the community.

    Benefits of being part of SYSS

    • Get outdoor field experience
    • Plan and design environmental activities
    • Improve your resume and earn references (if you volunteer at 3+ events)
    • Meet other youth like you! 

~  Vancouver  ~

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks

Vancouver

Phone604.530.4983

www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/Pages/default.aspx

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks Ecological Restoration Team (MVERT)is an active, hands-on group of volunteers who is dedicated to protecting and enhancing park spaces. Environment stewardship activities typically consist of removing invasive plants or planting native vegetation with the goal of restoring natural ecosystems in regional parks. Metro Vancouver Regional Parks provide 14,436 hectares of valuable habitat to numerous plant and wildlife species throughout the region.

For more information on upcoming stewardship wok parties, go to: http://www.meetup.com/Regional-Parks-Connect-Metro-Vancouver

 

Skills & Experience:

No experience necessary and everyone is welcome. Youth under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Benefits & Recognition:

*Opportunity to help restore natural park ecosystems and contribute to your community.

*Gain hands on experience with habitat restoration projects in regional parks.

*Enjoy fresh air and exercise in the great outdoors.

*Meet like-minded people who are passionate about the environment.

*Learn about the natural and cultural histories of your regional parks.

*Invitations to Metro Vancouver volunteer appreciation and educational events.

 

For more information, please contact: Roy Teo

roy.teo@metrovancouver.org

~  White Rock  ~

Volunteer & Information Services

White Rock

Phone604.541.2199

www.whiterockcity.ca/EN/main/community/volunteering.html

If you are interested in joining the City of White Rock as a volunteer please go to the webiste.

To register as a volunteer for a Special Event:

  • Phone: White Rock Leisure Services at 604.541.2199 and ask to speak to the volunteer coordinator for the event.

Online or email registrants will be contacted by the volunteer coordinator well in advance of the event date.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

The South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce requires volunteers for the visitor information kiosk on White Rock Beach during the off season. Download PDF [PDF - 49 KB] for more information.

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