We average 50 to 100 volunteer opportunities on any given day. As our listings get added in the coming days you will be able to filter your search based on the type of activities you are interested in but for now simply browse our listings below. If you have any questions or need some assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Red Deer Regional Hospital and Alberta Health Services have a number of ongoing volunteer opportunities available in Central Alberta. These opportunities are not listed below but can be accessed here: Adult Volunteer Opportunities or Youth Volunteer Opportunities.
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LOOKING FOR SENIORS WITH ROOM TO SHARE! Students attending Red Deer College in the fall are now feverishly looking for housing accommodations for the fall. We are now in urgent need of seniors that have room in their homes and are interested in being a part of the program. We hope to have our students on the waiting list matched in time for the fall session.
The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories is currently recruiting volunteers to work a bingo shifts once a month, at Red Deer Bingo Centre in the position of chair, paymaster, card cash controller or card seller; all volunteers must be at least 18 years old.
Aspire Special Needs Resource Centre will host the 20th Annual Evening of Decadent Dessert on Friday, May 9th, 2014. They are looking for volunteers to help with Decorating, Balloon Raffle & 50/50 Raffle.
Bethany Collegeside in Red Deer is seeking volunteers for recreation, feeding , and pastoral opportunities. We believe there are benefits for you, the volunteer, in your development through volunteering as well. The opportunities are flexible and we always appreciate new ideas.
Bethany is looking for individuals who are interested in helping out with Pastoral services. There are a variety of positions available.
Bibles for Missions Thrift Store (BFM) is looking for volunteers in a wide variety of areas. These include our books, material, sorting, hanging clothes and linens, cleaning and sorting as well as receiving and checking donations in our receiving area. We require volunteers to work with our recycling team and train as a cashier. A pleasant personality, discernment and good physical abilities are assets. Both flexible and regularly scheduled hours are available. BFM Store Hours are Mon – Fri: 9:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. and Sat 10:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Have you always thought that Big Brothers Big Sisters is only about long-term commitments? Think again! We are seeking In-School Mentors to work with kids for only 1 hour per week. This is a rewarding and fun program for both the volunteer mentor and the child.
Canadian Blood Services welcomes new hospitality volunteers for their blood donor clinics. Those who are available during the daytime and enjoy helping others — this is a great opportunity!
Canadian Blood Services is urgently looking for an in-clinic volunteer for Wednesdays from 3 PM - 7:30 PM. Training will be provided. Seniors are also encouraged to apply.
Central Alberta AIDS Network Society (CAANS) is looking for administrative volunteers to work reception area, and answer queries, data entry, and to act as the first point of contact for CAANS clients.
Central Alberta AIDS Network Society (CAANS) is looking for volunteers to provide program support in CAANS prevention programming.
Central Alberta AIDS Network Society (CAANS) is looking for special events volunteers and committee members to create information packages and displays to facilitate special events, distribute posters, and other marketing materials.
Central Alberta Brain Injury Society (CABIS) is looking for Board Members for our Board of Directors. Meetings are held the last Monday evening of each month. CABIS provides support, advocacy and services for people with acquired brain injury, their family members and caregivers. Interested in making a difference in the lives of people affected by acquired brain injury, contact us for more information.
Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre is accepting applications now for a Board CO-CHAIR to share the duties of this position and work with our dynamic Centre Board as well as our Executive Director and staff.
Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre is accepting applications now for two DIRECTORS to participate on our dynamic Centre Board.
Canadian Cancer Society is currently seeking drivers who can commit one or more days a week to drive patients to and from cancer treatment at the Central Alberta Cancer Centre.
2013 Jail N Bail committee members.The Canadian Cancer Society is looking for 2-3 people to sit on our 26th Annual Jail N Bail planning committee.
Canadian Cancer Society is seeking leadership volunteers to organize and implement special events during the year.
CARE is looking for Volunteers to support the efforts of Newcomers to Canada in adapting to the life of Red Deer and Central Alberta.
Enrich your life and that of a newcomer by becoming a C.A.R.E. Volunteer. Learn more about other cultures while assisting newcomers with their integration into our community. There are various opportunities available for volunteers at C.A.R.E.
Central Alberta Refugee Effort (C.A.R.E.) is recruiting for a variety of programs, including: connecting newcomers — make friends with a new immigrant to help them feel at home in our city; Spanish speaking translator/interpreters are needed to help meet growing demand; public awareness to share your stories as an immigrant with school kids and adults.
We are seeking Volunteer Advocates - We need a few good Men and Women to accept the challenge of helping others in the community and to make a difference in the lives of victims of crime and tragedy.
Central Alberta Victim & Witness Support Society is seeking a Volunteer Treasurer/Accountant, as part of the Board of Directors, to provide the necessary bookkeeping for our non-profit, charitable society.
Join the talented, skilled and selfless individuals who offer their gift of time to become involved in our work. Their dedication and contribution creates a positive impact within our service to strengthen our ability to reach out into the community.
Our mandate is to provide coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Crisis assistance is given by staff and specially trained Crisis Support Volunteers to those in need and services are offered free of charge.
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies/NWT Region is recruiting volunteers for the Batting Against Breast Cancer Planning Committee. This is a family friendly, community-led slo-pitch tournament in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.