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Scouts Canada Volunteers needed: Treasurers with a background in budgeting, book keeping and fund raising;
Registrars responsible for collecting and organizing annual registration forms, data entry and reporting annual results;
Secretaries to keep accurate meeting minutes and deal with correspondence. Email ccharest@scouts.ca for more
information Call Christina 250-961-8308

Animals
Northern Bear Awareness Our mission is to reduce human-bear conflict in our neighbourhoods through education,
cooperation and innovation. Volunteers needed for neighbourhood canvassing (informing residents about problem
bears, putting up posters, etc), manning display booths, and picking fruit. If you have some type of skill that you think
would benefit the society (i.e. map making, website design, etc), please contact us! Call Rachel 250-301-7575

Animals
PG Therapeutic Riding Assoc Provide riding to people with physical & mental disabilities. Volunteers needed for
walkers, helping with horses, fundraising, special events. Call Barb 250-962-5082

Animals New
S.P.C.A. Seeking regular foster parents for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. Under-aged puppies & kittens as well
as ill or injured dogs need safe, quiet homes in which to recover. Pets needs are provided, 2-8 weeks duration. Year-
round & holiday fosters needed. Apply at www.spca.bc.ca/branches/north-cariboo/ Call Ann 250-562-5511

Animals
St John Ambulance Brigade Therapy Dog Program. Do you have a gentle dog that loves attention? Do you
understand the benefits of a wagging tail? Do you have an hour a week to devote to the lonely and elderly? Call
Heather 250-561-1696

Art & Culture
Le Cercle des Canadiens Francais The French Canadian Association provides orientation to residents & visitors,
preschool programs, .French conversation courses for adult, social and cultural events, a resource center, summer
camps & seniors luncheons. Volunteers are needed for the resource center and for cultural events. Let‟s celebrate
50 years in 2010! Call Renee 250- 561-2565

Arts & Culture
Community Arts Council Is looking for volunteers to assist with Special Events throughout the year. Call Wendy
250-561-3366

Arts & Culture
PG Symphony For dates and info on volunteering. Call 250-562-0800

Arts & Culture
PG Theatre Workshop Volunteers needed on an intermittent basis to work front of house, ushering, technical
support and stage craft/construction. Volunteers receive complimentary tickets. Call Jay 250-596-8974


Arts & Culture
Theatre NorthWest Looking for billets for actors from across Canada for the 2010-2011 season. About 5 weeks per
performance. No rides or meals required. For details Call Catherine 250-563-6969

Arts & Culture Nov 18 – Dec 5
Theatre NorthWest “Ivor Johnson‟s Neighbours” - Front of House volunteers needed for shows: concession,
ushering, tickets, etc. Call Catherine 250-563-6969

Arts & Culture
Two Rivers Gallery Looking for volunteers to assist with Special Events and Art Classes throughout the year. Many
fall studio programs available for adults, preschoolers, children & youth. For details Call Carolyn 250-614-7800

Bingo New
Senior Activity Centre, PG & Dist Looking volunteers for all areas of our Saturday gaming Bingo ~ Callers, till, floor
walker and some one to learn the entire operation. Call Wendy 250-564-3287

Children & Youth
BC Children’s Hospital Fdn Over 1300 children in Prince George & area visited BC Children‟s Hospital last year to
receive specialized care and services. For ways to support email cgipson@bcchf.ca Call Cheryl 1-888-663-3033
ext 3161 or Laurie 250-561-2573(message)

Children & Youth
Beech Crescent Community House Volunteer positions include: After school program, book exchange for children &
youth, light housekeeping, simple yard work, organizing crafts & snacks. Serious applicants please call for
application. Police record check required. Email: beech141@hotmail.com Call 250- 563-1090

Children & Youth
Big Brothers Big Sisters of PG An opportunity to work with children in a variety of mentoring programs: Big
Brother/Sister, Couples Match, In-School mentoring and special events Screening required. Email
reception@bbbspg.ca Call 250-563-7410

Children & Youth Urgent
Big Brothers Big Sisters of PG In School Mentoring Program - The volunteer/mentor meets with their „little‟/mentee
weekly on school property during school hours, (often during lunch hour), during the school year. If you have one
hour per week to spend with a child, 26 children from 8 elementary schools in PG are waiting for a mentor. Call
250-563-7410

Children & Youth
Child Development Centre We assist children develop improved cognitive, communication, emotional, physical, and
social skills. We are looking for individuals that are interested in working with children in our programs, assisting in
administration/reception, and/or helping out at our fundraising events, including helping to organize them. Website:
www.cdcpg.org; email: darrellr@cdcpg.org Call Darrell 250-563-7168 ext 207

Children & youth
Children First Children First works with agencies, individuals & parents to develop & support services for Early
Childhood Development (ECD) and Children and Youth with Special Needs (CYSN). For more info on how to
become involved or ideas to share, Call Jenn 250-565-2596

Children & youth New
Children First Become a Neighbourhood Champion – looking for individuals interested in making positive changes in
their neighbourhoods: meet your neighbours, organize a neighbourhood project. Mobilize families, build a sense of
community and connection, while highlighting the importance of the early years and children and youth with special
needs. A small payment will be provided. If you‟re interested Call Jenn 250-565-2596

Children & Youth
Girl Guides of Canada Have weekly opportunities for leaders to work with female youth in experiences such as
camping, community service, life skills & fun! Web site: www.bc-girlguides.org Call 1-800-565-8111

Children & Youth
Girl Guides of Canada Spark/Brownie Guiders needed. Do you want to make a difference in the lives of girls in PG?
Then Girl Guides needs you. For the volunteer job description Call Tamara 250-613-3065 sweet@unbc.ca or
Christy 250-614-0304 cupcakechris@shaw.ca

Children & Youth
Learning Difficulties Centre Need volunteers for planning, organizing, networking, for people with learning
difficulties. Located at 785 Patricia Blvd. Call Donna 250-564-8011

Children & Youth
Northern BC Friends of Children Serving Northern BC and East Kootenay regions, Friends of Children assist
families with children in extraordinary medical need. Volunteer opportunities in office, clerical, special event
organizing and promotion. www.friendsofchildren.ca Call Kelly 250-564-2217

Children & Youth
Northern Family Health Society Looking for volunteers to work with children with special needs ages 0 – 6 and/or
assist with the Hand-in-Hand child care program. Call Lucille 250-561-2689

Children & Youth
P.A.R.T.Y. Prevent Alcohol & Risk Related Trauma in Youth is a program facilitated weekly for grade ten
youth from surrounding schools. Volunteers are needed for: Tour group supervision, bookkeeping, memorial service,
etc.Thurs 10:30 – 1 pm. Email party.facilitator@northernhealth.ca Phone or leave a message. Call 250-565-2869

Children & Youth
PG Receiving Home Society Residential support program for youth age 12 -17. Support these youth by becoming a
society member or serve on our board of directors. You may also consider Volunteer Tutoring for the Vantage Vision
& Reading Programs, which address learning disabilities. Call Milly/Cheryl 250-563-1136

Children & Youth
Scouts Canada Become a leader and help us develop the leaders of tomorrow. Volunteers to work with youth (boys
& girls, age 5-25) in weekly activities, outdoor education, crafts, community service and more. Training & mentoring
provided. Call Christina 250-961-8308
Children & Youth
Variety – The Children’s Charity We raise funds throughout BC to inspire hope, enrich lives and build a better future
for BC kids with special needs. Volunteers are needed. Email volunteer@variety.bc.ca Call Maureen 1-800-381-
2040

Cleaning
Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) – Flexible hours. Volunteers needed for cleaning &
sanitizing of medical equipment. Perfect for students needing experience. Training provided. Call Sandra 250-
564-6566, loc 37

Community Development
Carney Hill Neighbourhood Centre Volunteers needed for research assistance, surveys, presentations, computer
documents. Police record check will be required. Call Catharine 250-563-2222

Community Support
27 Million Voices Committed to raising awareness & enabling citizens to work towards stopping human trafficking.
Volunteers needed: youth engagement, events, fundraising, charitable investment sales persons. Email:
admin@27millionvoices.org Call Jennifer 250-960-5829

Community Support
Aboriginal Business Development For entrepreneurs who need assistance with writing business plans, financial
statements and other business start-up obligations. Call Veronica 250-562-6325

Community Support New
Alzheimer Society of BC First Link Volunteers needed to: make outreach telephone calls to individuals diagnosed
with a dementia, or their family members; Provide support, suggest resources and make referrals; Photocopying,
sorting, preparing packages. Call Laurie 250-645-2200

Community Support
BC Schizophrenia Society Improving the quality of life for those affected by ANY mental illness or addiction through
PEER support, education, advocacy and systems navigation. Call Kim 250-561-8033

Community Support
Blackburn Community Association For events and volunteer opportunities visit www.blackburn-community.com
 Call Claudia 250-963-3292

Community Support
Canadian Blood Services Do you enjoy meeting new people? Would you like to meet new people who are
committed to saving lives? Then we need you in our Blood Donor Clinics – 4 hr shifts, Wed, Thur, Sat. You choose
the day. Call Tamara 250-649-3002

Community Support
Canadian Mental Health Association Friendly Visitor Program: Purpose: to assist in providing otherwise isolated
Mental Health Consumers with community and social contact and connection. Age 19 and over. Knowledge of
mental health/illness issues an asset, flexibility, good social and communication skills, Criminal Record Check,
references, Ability to commit to 2 hours per week. For more information: sharonledderhof@cmhapg.ca Call
Sharon 250-564-8644, ext 30

Community Support       New
CARP Northern Interior #6 A national non-profit organization committed to a “New Vision for Aging for Canada”. To
promote, & protect the interests, rights & quality of life for Canadians as we age. New chapter is being formed in PG.
New members welcome - National fee $20. Volunteer in areas of wellness, personal development, social change,
housing & information technology. zoomerstoday@gmail.com Call Rita 250-563-3566

Community Support
Community Policing Energetic &nd enthusiastic Safety Bear mascot and assistants required. Call Wendy 250-561-
3366

Community Support
Crisis Prevention, Intervention & Information Centre Looking for caring people to volunteer as peer support workers
for the 24 hr Crisis Line & Youth Support line. Call Ginny 250-564-5736

Community Support
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Support & Information and counseling for newly-diagnosed families. We also provide
information on travel & drug assistance programs. Email rnlgirard@hotmail.com Call Lesley 250-561-2129

Community support
Fraser Basin Council Volunteer opportunities – BC Rivers Day Music Festival (Sept), Fraser Basin Council Youth,
Habitat restoration, Bike to Work week. Call Terry 250-612-0252

Community Support
Hadih House Looking for volunteers to supervise the Drop-In Centre in VLA area, 4 hrs week. Drop-in services:
laundry; access to internet, newspaper, resources; clothing exchange; coffee; play area, etc.) Police record check
required. Volunteers needed for special events such as potluck suppers and neighbourhood cleanup. Call Dawn
250-563-7976

Community Support
Hart Highlands Elementary PAC Provides school enrichment – cultural performances, bussing for class trips,
equipment, community events, school shirts, planners, etc. Call Debbie 250-962-0218

Community Support
MS Society To help enable people affected by Multiple Sclerosis enhance their quality of life. We offer support,
information, education, public awareness, our Volunteer Legal Advocacy Program and our Equipment Provision
Program along with workshops and fun fundraising events. Become a Multiple Sclerosis Society member today. All
are welcome. Call Joann 250-564-7074

Community support
Nechako Rotary Club Service club supporting local community service and international projects.       Call Bob 250-
614-6675

Community Support New
Nechako Rotary Club Operation Red Nose – free, seasonal service, organized by Nechako Rotary, in partnership
with RCMP & ICBC, allows party-goers to get themselves & their vehicles home safely. Volunteers can drive,
navigate and operate phones. Nov 26,27; Dec 3,4,10,11,17,18 & 31 from 8 pm to 3 am. Call Heather 250-963-0279

Community Support
PG Community Foundation Provides an opportunity for donors to make a lasting donation which is invested in
endowment funds & given back to the community in the form of grants. Call Judy 250-562-7772

Community Support New
PG Metis Community Assoc Offering youth programs, health & wellness, cultural programs, dance lessons (Metis
jigging), computer courses, After Hours Drop-In. Volunteers are welcome. Call Patrick 250-561-9484

Community Support
PG Native Friendship Centre Volunteers needed to organize donated clothes closets, assemble hampers for
emergency food program, and to support community garden project. Call Emma 250-564-3568 (ext 230)

Community support New
PG New Hope Society Provides counselling, resources and outreach for women involved in survival sex and for
sexually exploited youth. With winter coming - we are looking for donations of socks, underwear and bras. Call Jan
250-562-8680
Community support
PG Power Mobility Club We offer support & service providing teaching & safety of operation for scooter &
wheelchair usage. Providing friendship and socializing; field trips, picnics, BBQs and more. Call John 250-614-4456

Community support
PGRH Auxiliary Volunteers are needed for the hospital gift store, information desk and the emergency room info
desk. Other programs include: flower delivery, bingo & entertainment, cleaning toys, knitting, quilting, help at blood
clinics and magazine service. Pick up application forms at gift shop or info desk in front door of hospital. Call Rita
250-563-3795

Community Support
Positive Living North/AIDS PG Volunteers are needed for the Fire Pit Cultural Drop in Centre for cultural events
such as drumming, story telling, singing and crafting. Call Becky 250-563.6113

Community support
South Ft George Family Resource Centre Clothesline – volunteers are needed for the clothing exchange program,
Mon to Fri, between 9 am and 4 pm. Call Odette 250-614-9449

Community Support
St Patrick’s House Supportive recovery residential facility for men with problematic substance use. Referral through
Northern Health – Mental Health and Addictions. Call 250-564-5530

Community Support
Welcome Wagon New to Prince George? Having a baby? Planning a wedding? Call Welcome Wagon today for
free gifts & information Call 1-877-675-8455

Crisis Pregnancy
PG Crisis Pregnancy Centre Organizing practical items, helping with special events, counseling women with crisis
pregnancy issues. Volunteers are required to sign a statement of faith. Call Alison 250-562-4464

Emergency & Safety
Canadian Red Cross Red Cross Disaster Management team is recruiting volunteers to provide emergency social
services in an emergency shelter setting to people affected by a disaster in the Prince George area. Various jobs,
training provided. Looking for motivated and responsible individuals with a desire to help people who are looking for a
challenge. Call Becky Row 250-564-6566, loc 24

Emergency & Safety
Community Policing Community Policing programs: Block Watch; Speed Watch; Crime Free Multi-Housing and
Citizens on Patrol. Educational sessions on many topics of concern to the community include: Crime Prevention
Through Environmental Design; Home Security; Personal Safety; Internet Safety; Gang Violence; Elder Abuse
Awareness; and Fraud & Robbery Prevention. We offer flexible hours and need someone like you! Call Wendy
250-561-3366

Emergency & Safety New
PG Cougars Hockey Club Looking for 5 – 6 First Aid people for our games this year. Volunteers will need to have
some previous experience. Can rotate with 2 individuals per game. Volunteers receive a season ticket as a bonus.
Email brandi@pgcougars.com Call Brandi 250-561-0783

Emergency & Safety
PG Search & Rescue Trained volunteer professionals who search for lost individuals, recover injured persons, and
assist in emergency operations. Basic skills learned include orienteering, outdoor survival skills, and search & rescue
techniques. Specialty teams include swiftwater, rope & high angle, avalanche, snowmobile team, ice rescue, trackers
and mounted team. Call-outs can be anytime, day or night. Serious time commitment and flexibility required.
General recruitment drive complete as of August 2010, but often seeking skills like book keeping, communications,
GIS, fundraising, etc. Visit www.pgsar.ca Call Lauren 250-964-1499

Emergency & Safety
RCMP Victim Service For more information Call Krista 250-561-3373

Emergency & Safety
St John Ambulance Brigade First aid attendants are needed to provide services to the public during special events.
Uniforms, training and equipment are provided. Must be 19 or older. Call Heather 250-561-1696

Emergency & Safety
St John Ambulance Brigade Any youth age 11-18 can join the St John Ambulance Brigade Youth Program. Call
Heather 250-561-1696

Environment
Communities in Bloom Working to enhance green spaces and civic pride through increased community
participation, education and landscaping/gardening activities. Call Jackie 250-649-0959

Environment
R.E.A.P.S. REAPS (Recycling & Environmental Action Planning Society) For more info email garden@reaps.org
 Call Terri 250-561-7327

Facilitators
Canadian Cancer Society Promote Health, Prevent Cancer Workshop Facilitator: We are seeking volunteers who
are passionate about cancer prevention and are confident speaking to high school students about healthy lifestyle
choices. This is a flexible opportunity; volunteers are expected to present approximately 2 workshops per month.
Call Nancy at 250-564-0885

Foodbank
Salvation Army Community Ministries Salvation Army Food bank requires volunteers for the Daily Bread program,
Food Bank and Neighbourhood Café. If you have a heart to serve and some time available during the week, Mon to
Fri. Call Barbara 250-564-4000 (ext 227)

Foodbank
St Vincent de Paul Volunteer opportunities with St Vincent de Paul – please contact the Drop-In Centre, 1220
Second Ave Serving 3 meals daily. Call Bernie 250-564-3416

Grief support
Canadian Mental Health Association Looking for a peer volunteer to co-facilitate a support group for family and
friends who have lost a loved one to suicide. Email lindadoran@cmhapg.ca Call Linda 250-564-8644

Grief support
Canadian Mental Health Association Looking for a peer volunteer to co-facilitate a support group for family and
friends who have lost a loved one to suicide. Email lindadoran@cmhapg.ca Call Linda 250-564-8644

Handy person
Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) – Are you mechanically inclined? Volunteers needed
to assist our equipment technician with assembling, inspecting and repairing equipment, 2-4 hr shifts: Training
provided. Call Sandra 250-564-6566, loc 37

Handy person
South Ft George Family Resource Centre Outdoor Care – a volunteer is needed to help keep the grounds tidy, etc.
Call Odette 250-614-9449

Health & Wellness New
Alzheimer Society of BC Minds In Motion (a fitness and social program for people experiencing early stage memory
loss due to Alzheimer‟s disease or a related dementia.) Volunteers - provide one-to-one guidance to assist
participants during the fitness part of the program; assist with the set up and clean up of refreshments, games and
activities; socializing. Call Laurie 250-645-2200

Health & Wellness
Canadian Breast Cancer Fdn For more information visit www.cbcf.org/bcyukon Call Kim 1-800-561-6111

Health & Wellness
Canadian Cancer Society Health Promotion Team Members: We are seeking team members with a passion for
health promotion, and an interest in developing and implementing campaigns around our key priorities of Sun
Awareness and Indoor Tanning, Pesticides, Air Quality and other Environmental and Occupational Carcinogens, and
Active Living/ Healthy Eating. Call Nancy at 250-564-0885
Health & Wellness
Kidney Foundation of Canada For more information contact paul.duperron@shaw.ca              Call Paul Duperron 250-
962-7958

Health & Wellness
Northern Brain Injury Assn Looking for a volunteer coordinator for the 2010 BRAIN DAY in October – office and
organizational skills are a huge asset. Call Carmen 250-562-4673

Health & Wellness
Northern HIV & Health Education Society Facilitation of education concerning HIV/AIDS, HCV and other health
challenges. Volunteers needed to staff information tables. Must be willing to learn about the society, HIV and hepatitis
C so can answer questions. If interested, email jacksonmk@shaw.ca Call Mary 964-8558

Health & Wellness
Northern John Howard Society Northern John Howard Society is looking to train volunteers to work with offenders
dealing with mental health. These offenders will have diverse backgrounds, including men and women offenders,
Aboriginal offenders and offenders of various ethno-cultural groups. Please lend your time and support. Call Nadine
250-561-7343

Health & Wellness
Ovarian Cancer Canada Looking for volunteers interested in delivering the educational program for women “Listen
to the Whispers” on ovarian cancer. Call Tracy 1-800-749-9310

Health & Wellness
PG Lupus Chapter To provide support and information to persons with Lupus and create awareness in the
community. Meets 4th Monday of the Month - 7pm - Prince George Chateau. Call Penny 250-564-9426 or Ralph
250-962-7282

Health & Wellness
PG Safe Water Coalition To Inform and educate the public about the dangers of fluoridation of drinking water.
Looking to hear from people affected by the effects of fluoridation, ie. dental fluorosis and volunteers from law,
science & medicine professions to contribute expertise in the field. Call Marilyn 250-562-9580

Heritage & Culture
Ft St James National Historic Site Parks Canada Historic Site providing education and enjoyment of the fur trade
history. Prince George Volunteers are needed for special event assistance, public promotion in PG, heritage
interpretation and special projects. Email: Kevin.gedling@pc.gc.ca Self-guided and guided tours available. Call
Kevin 1-250-996-7191 x27

Heritage & Culture
Huble Homestead Historic Site Located 40 km north off Hwy 97 on Mitchell Rd. Call Krystal or Nicole 250-564-
7033


Heritage & Culture
Railway & Forestry Museum Looking for volunteers to assist with special events, assist with park maintenance and
to operate our minirail train (one day training involved to be able to engineer the train). We are also looking for
volunteers to deliver our educational programs. Email admin@pgrfm.bc.ca           Call Ranjit 250-563-7351

Homeless & Housing
Active Support Against Poverty For information or volunteer opportunities Call Diana 250-563-6112

Homeless & Housing
AWAC-Advocating for Women & Children Women‟s Shelter has volunteer opportunities. AWAC is inviting your
support by becoming a member for $5 for the year. Call Joan 250-562-6262

Homeless & Housing
AWAC-Advocating for Women & Children Volunteers needed at Women‟s Drop-in Centre to help with activities
Call Joan 250-562-6262

Homeless & Housing
Phoenix Transition House An emergency shelter for women or women with children. Providing shelter & safety,
shared accommodation, counseling for children age 3 to 18 who have been exposed to domestic violence. Call
Karen 250-563-7305

Information Technology
CFIS 93.1 FM Community Radio CFIS is a non-profit community organization. We are currently looking for
individuals interested in pursuing sports journalism as a career or hobby. Also volunteer announcers. Email
cfisfm@yahoo.ca Call Reg 250-563-2347

Information Technology
CFUR Radio 88.7 FM UNBC Campus-based community radio - Volunteers are needed for a PSA team - We always
welcome people wanting to learn about radio, as well as podcasting, production, and promotions. Forms and
instructions can be found at http://cfur.ca/volunteer Call Andrew 250-960-7664

International
Canada World Youth CWY NetCorps Program for international activities. Program lasts 6 months, Must be 17 to
24 years of age to participate. Apply at www.canadaworldyouth.org. Call 1-866-786-9243

International
VSO Canada International development agency looking for Canadian volunteers with experience in volunteer
program development, implementation and management to support our overseas partners. VSO Canada currently
has placements from 2 to 9 months in China, Cameroon, Ghana, Mongolia, Nigeria, South Africa and other countries
where we work. More info at www.vsocan.org/nationalvolunteering. Call Inquiry@vsocan.org

International
Youth Challenge International YCI involves Canadian youth age 18 – 30 in hands-on projects in developing
countries. Work as part of a team for 5 to 12 weeks. Visit www.yci.org or email generalinfo@yci.org Now also
offering Volunteering in Canada with Volunteer Action Network. Call

Justice & Legal
Community Policing Volunteer for one of the crime prevention programs such as Citizens on Patrol and Speed
Watch. You‟ll be setting your own hours while providing the community with a valuable service. Call Linda 250-
561-3319

Justice & Legal
Northern John Howard Society Correctional service volunteers needed to work with individuals on parole in
reintegrating - assisting with direction, access to services, positive social activities, walks, movies, church, etc.
Training provided. Call Nadine 250-561-7343

Justice & Legal
Northern John Howard Society Assists offenders, ex-offenders, their families and victims. Variety of programs. You
are invited to become a member for only $5 yr. Call George 250-561-7343

Leadership development
Junior Chamber/Jaycees Junior Chamber/JCI Prince George - An organization for entrepreneurs, professionals and
other young leaders aged 18 - 40. Members plan and carry out projects and programs focusing on business,
community, international and individual development. For more information regarding our organization and upcoming
events visit: www.jcipg.com or e-mail: info@jcipg.com Call

Literacy
Literacy Now Literacy Now provides literacy training, Train the Tutor, Plain & Clear Language & Writing and hosts
special events such as the Book Give-away. Call Helen 250-564-4288

Literacy
PG Native Friendship Centre The Learning Circle Literacy Program is open to adults age 18 and over. Call 250-
564-3568 ext 238

Literacy
PG Public Library Home Service Program is seeking volunteers to deliver library materials to the home-bound in
care homes, houses & apartments. Thurs mornings, mid-Sept to mid-June, car a must. You will work in pairs. Some
lifting of boxes required. Call Community Outreach Librarian 250-563-9251 (loc 123)
Multicultural
Immigrant & Multicultural Services Integration of newcomers into the community, English classes, employment and
career counseling, programs for youth, women and seniors. Volunteers welcome. Call 250-562-2900

Multicultural
Immigrant & Multicultural Services Adult Host Program – looking for established Canadians to match with a
newcomer, matched on interests, to meet 2-4 hrs/wk for 4-6 months in a variety of activities. Call June 250-562-
2900

Multicultural
Multicultural Heritage Society Promotion of multiculturalism, diversity, race relations and related issues; Liaison to
various ethnic groups; Contact for Translation Service; Organizer: Canada Day Festival.
www.multiculturalheritage.com Call Marlies 250-563-8525

Office
Canadian Diabetes Association Volunteers are needed for: Office data entry (3-4 hrs wk), Volunteer Recognition
assistant, Office reception (2 – Wed or Thurs at 4 hrs) Call Boyanne 250-561-9284

Office
Canadian Red Cross Office - 1) Client Service- Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) – Volunteers needed to
assist our clients with short term loans, 4 hr shifts: Training provided. 2) Front Desk Reception Volunteers needed to
assist HELP clients, direct all Red Cross inquiries and provide various program support, 4 hr shifts: Mon- Fri 8:30 -
12:30 or 12:30- 4:30. Ongoing training provided Call Sandra 250-564-6566, loc 37

Office
Girl Guides of Canada Administration duties such as bookkeeping, secretarial duties on a monthly basis. Call 1-
800-565-8111

Office
PG Chamber of Commerce Various community projects, office help Call Sharron 250-562-2454

Office
Positive Living North/AIDS PG Looking for skilled administration volunteers to cover our Reception desk Tues, 9am
- 1pm. Duties: greeting clients and visitors; answering phone. relaying messages; assisting clients; and light data
entry. Call Sandra 250-562-1172

Office
Surpassing Our Survival (S.O.S.) Agency responsible for counseling services & education pertaining to sexual
violence. Looking for a volunteer with excellent phone skills to assist in office. Call Leslie 250-564-8302

Parent support
Adoptive Families Assn of BC Providing information on adoption & direct support to adoptive families.        Call Cheryl
1-866-303-4591

Parent support
Northern Family Health Society Volunteers in all areas: Pregnancy outreach, Pre & Post Natal, Employment training
for parents with small children, FASD awareness, women‟s health research. Call Stacey 250-561-2689

Parent support
Northern Family Health Society Healthiest Babies Possible is seeking volunteers to help with child minding. Mon
10:30 – 1:30, Wed & Thur 11 – 2, and Fri 9 – 12. Pick up an application at Northern Family Health, 2666
Queensway. A police record check is required. Call Stacey 250-561-2689

Parent support
Parent Support Services Offering support, resources and education for parents and those in a parenting role.
Parent Support Circles – a weekly group for any parents and more. For parents of children age 7 –12, Systematic
Training for Effective Parenting classes and referral to Active Parenting classes. If you are interested in training as a
volunteer facilitator for support circles, or for more info parentnorth@shaw.ca Call Dahne 250-561-0607

Parent support New
Parent Support Services Breastfeeding Buddies wanted. Be a peer volunteer to encourage new breastfeeding
mothers by networking & by phone. Call Dahne 250-561-0607
Parent Support
PG Parents of Twins & Triplets To support parents of multiple births through moral support, social events,
newsletters and merchant discounts. Call Karen 250-964-4425

Science & Nature
Exploration Place Looking for friendly, enthusiastic volunteers who are interested in learning & sharing knowledge
about science, nature and history. To work in the galleries, nature exchange, front desk; with children‟s programs,
special events. Call Sherry 250-562-1612

Science & Technology
PG Astronomical Observatory is location on Tedford Rd (20km) featuring telescopes, filters, software, NOVA
classes, videos, classroom for up to 50 visitors. Looking for new members & volunteers to assist with Open Houses,
etc. Open Houses run Aug to Nov, and Feb to April. Public admission: $2 person, $5 family. Call for Member info.
 Call 250-964-3600

Seniors
Elder Citizen’s Recreation Association Looking for volunteers to help with a variety of activities for seniors. Bingo,
drama, carpet bowling, cards, singing, exercises, special events, catering, phoning, and more Call Wendy 250-561-
9381

Seniors
Jubilee Lodge Volunteer Jobs: 1) Computer assistants to teach residents in internet & email use 2) Walking
volunteers to assist residents in outdoor walks 3) Community Integration volunteers to assist with outings (lunch,
events, the park, shopping, etc) 4) Nail care 5) Music Call Janis 250-565-2578

Seniors
PG Council of Seniors Volunteers needed: Outreach Visitors & Outreach Office Volunteers. Police record check &
interview. Training provided. Email julie.pgcos@gmail.com Call Julie 250-564-5888

Seniors
PG Council of Seniors Seniors Outreach Van Drivers: volunteers must have valid driver's license, 10 years safe
driving record and be willing to submit to a criminal record check. Time commitment flexible. Email:
ld.pgcos@gmail.com Call Lola Dawn 250-564-5888

Seniors
PG Metis Elders Society Opportunities: crafts, workshops, visits to sick, elderly, or isolated, potlucks, berry picking,
pilgrimages. Visits to the community / schools to teach Metis history, traditions and crafts. Call Office 250-562-2771

Seniors
Senior Activity Centre, PG & Dist Volunteer opportunities include: kitchen help, ticket sales, table setup, special
events, birthday tea, bingo (Sat) & mini-bingo (Tues). Call Wendy 250-564-3287

Social & Recreation
PG Stroke Recovery Branch Looking for positive energetic volunteers to encourage stroke survivors in their
recovery. Also to help with setting up tables, chairs, serving coffee and assisting with recreation activities. Wed 9:30
– 12 noon Call Julia 250-563-3819

Special event Nov 13
Handy Circle Promotions Society Loonie Auction fundraiser – Nov 13 at 950 Kerry St (AiMHi gym), 12 noon, draws
start at 2 pm. For more info Call Lorraine 250-563-1852

Special event Nov 6
Le Cercle des Canadiens Francais Gala for our 50th anniversary: This grand event will take place on Saturday
November 6th at 6 p.m. at the Ramada with a fine dining experience and a dance. Tickets are $40 each. It will be a
memorable evening! Call Renee 250- 561-2565

Special event New
Tourism PG Looking for artificial Christmas trees - to anyone replacing their old artificial tree‟s if they would donate
their old one to The Northern Lights Festival. Our plan is to decorate some of the empty store fronts downtown. They
can drop them off at our office at 1300-1st Ave. Call Sherry 250-649-3217
Special needs
AiMHi – PG Community Living Strong communities recognize and celebrate the value of all citizens. AiMHi
contributes to a strong community by providing advocacy, supports and services to people who have special needs
and their families. Our culture supports people to have good lives at work, at home and in the community. Call Julie
250-564-6408 x228

Special needs
Can-Do Committee Provides Annual Social Outing for people with disabilities.       Call Celeste 250-962-9045 or
Lorraine 250-563-1852

Special needs
CNIB For information on volunteering contact: ashley.perison@cnib.ca        Call Ashley 250-563-1702

Special Needs
Handy Circle Promotions Society Supports people with physical disabilities & special needs. Need info regarding
disabilities? We also provide income tax help for people with special needs, seniors, low income. Email:
handycircle@teus.net Visit 490 Quebec St or www.handycirclepg.ca Call Lorraine 250-563-1852

Special Needs
Northern Interior Children’s Hearing Society Support for families and children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Volunteer opportunities include the Adventure Camp in Sept. Call Debbie 250-563-2425

Special Needs
PG Brain Injured Group We welcome volunteers for ongoing projects. Drop into our offices at 1237 – 4th Avenue
Prince George Call Vicki 250-564-2447

Special Needs
PG Therapeutic Riding Assoc Looking for a young adult or college student to do recreation activities such as air
hockey, playing cards, etc with a 22 yr old disabled male in the evenings. Call Barb 250-962-5082

Spiritual care
University Hospital of Northern BC Spiritual Care Dept Spiritual Care Program – to provide emotional support,
companionship & practical assistance from a spiritual perspective. Looking for volunteers to help with patient visits,
guest speakers on social issues, help with hospitality. We encourage involvement by individuals from all faith
communities. Weekly volunteer time and Thurs noon meetings. Call Lauren 250-565-2525

Spiritual support
Shepherd’s Corner Be a listener, answer phones, offer prayers with guests, make coffee at the drop-in center. If you
do not feel called to be a volunteer, we also need helpers who assist the volunteers during busy times when the
volunteer is with a guest. Volunteers and helpers are needed Mon to Fri, 10 am to 2 pm. Pick up an application form
at Shepherd‟s Corner, 1204 – 2nd Ave.(beside St.Vincent de Paul). Call Martha 250-562-9330 or Jean-Marie 250-
964-4475

Sports
CP Sports/Sportability Recreational Sports particularly Boccia for disabled adults. We are looking for coaches to
learn and assist in officiating at games Mondays, 3 – 5 pm at AiMHi gym. Call Terry 250-961-1256 or Judy 250-
563-6749

Sports & Recreation Urgent
Beaverly West Leisure Society Community Association needs for volunteers for all school use programs: soccer,
hockey, volleyball, gymnastics, craft & sewing classes for adults & kids. Monday – Kids floor hockey, Wed – Kids
Volleyball. Email: cbaker@sd57.bc.ca Call Cathy 250-964-1511

Sports & Recreation
Caledonia Adaptive Snow Sports Looking for volunteers who are intermediate level skiers to become certified to
teach skiing/snowboarding to persons with a disability. The course lasts one weekend. Come join the fun. Call 250-
561-1524

Sports & Recreation Fall
Hart Community Assn Looking for volunteers to help run youth and adults sports programs: Family Fun nights, Adult
volleyball, indoor soccer, yoga, Learn to drive a Sewing Machine, beginners Spanish. Volunteers also needed to
maintain outdoor skating rinks in the Hart. Email info@hartcommunity.ca Call Tami or Kristi 250-970-0240
Sports & recreation
Ness Lake Bible Camp Summer camp for children & year-round conference centre. Volunteers required for sewing,
painting, woodwork, mechanics, kitchen & food service, Help with maintenance, building projects, grounds-keeping,
hostessing for rental groups. Call Paul 250-612-4673

Sports & Recreation
PG Cougars Hockey Club Guest Services Volunteers: scan tickets, attend to doors, help direct fans and basically
ensure that fans have a safe, enjoyable experience at our games. Promotions/Marketing Intern Volunteers assist with
planning promotions, group ticket sales and game night activities. They gain experience in sports marketing and
event planning. Call Brandi 250-561-0783

Sports & Recreation
PG Cycling Club Volunteers are needed for mountain bike races, fund-raisers, road bike races, and trail
maintenance. Call Mike 250-613-3434

Sports & Recreation
PG Exhibition Host the annual Exhibition in August. Call Terri 250-563-4096

Sports & Recreation New
PG Hospice Looking for donations of old worn out or broken hockey sticks. We have a good use for them. Call
250-563-2551

Sports & Recreation
PG Spruce Kings Hockey Club The Spruce Kings need volunteers for: host services, ticket sellers, 50/50 sellers &
gift shop. Must be over 18 and complete a police record check. Volunteers receive free guest ticket, free
refreshments and other goodies. Call John 250-564-3596, cell 250-960-0256

Sports & Recreation
Southbowl Community Assoc Southbowl Community Assoc provides low cost recreational programs and ice rinks in
the Peden Hill, Van Bien, Pinewood and Westwood areas. Volunteers are needed for all programs and for ice rink
maintenance. Email: rmackenzie@sd57.bc.ca Call Robyn 250-562-1098

Sports & Recreation
Special Olympics Prince George We have coaching opportunities in Swimming, 5 & 10 pin Bowling, Alpine Skiing,
Nordic Skiing, Basketball, Soccer and more. For more info on volunteering Call Barb 250-563-5756

Sports & Recreation
Spruce City Minor Boys Softball Fastball league for kids ages 5 – 18. Volunteer opportunities: field maintenance,
concession help, equipment manager, scheduling manager, coaches & assistant coaches. Call K-Lynn 250-964-
8623

Sports & Recreation
West Bowl Community Association Serving: DP Todd * Edgewood * Foothills * Heritage * Highglen *Lakewood JR *
Quinson * Spruceland * Meadows * North Nechako. West Bowl provides low or no cost recreational programs and ice
rinks in the West Bowl area: special events, bingo fun nights, craft fair. Volunteers are needed for program leaders
(sport & non-sport), ice rink helpers, board members. For a full listing of programs please visit our website at
www.wbca.shawwebspace.ca Call Wendy 250-565-1320

Thrift Store
Bibles for Missions Thrift Store Volunteers needed for receiving donated goods, sorting, pricing, stocking shelves
and racks, organizing merchandise, cashiering. Training provided. Weekly – 4 hr shifts. Call Becky 250-564-3345

Thrift Store
Canadian Mental Health Association Second Chance Thrift Store, 555 George St. is looking for volunteer mentors
to pair with individuals with mental illnesses to help in the thrift store and serve as role models.
barbtoews@cmhapg.ca Call Linda 250-564-8644

Thrift Store
PG Hospice Society Light maintenance/handyman and janitorial volunteer for the Hospice Resale Shop. Hrs flexible.
Store volunteers - to greet customers, stock shelves, accept and process donations. Email deawatson@shaw.ca or
drop by 3051 McGill St. Call Dea 250-964-1505
Thrift Store
Salvation Army Thrift Store Now 2 locations, 24 Parkhill Centre, 556 N Nechako Rd beside Bubbaloos. Bus service
available, take bus 91 from Spruceland. We‟re also at the old Fabricland store site, Aspen Plaza, 2299 Westwood Dr.
We really need volunteers to make sure our electrical items work well. Call Fern at Aspen 596 7475 or Doris at
Parkhill 563 7475

Thrift Store
St Vincent de Paul Thrift Store Volunteers needed: to receive, sort, display and sell items in the store at 1180 3rd
Avenue. Open Mon to Sat. Call Bernie 250-564-3416 Norm 250-562-6034

Tourism
Tourism PG Contact us for volunteer opportunities. Call Sherry 250-562-3700

Transportation
Carefree Society Low cost transportation for people unable to access the regular bus system. Includes seniors with
age-related mobility problems and the disabled. Phone 24 hours ahead for arranged pick-up. Call Cathy 250-562-
1394

Workshop Nov 1 & 2
Community Policing Community Solutions on Gang Violence. Free forum on Nov 1 at the Ramada, 6:30-9pm.
Summit Nov 1 & 2 – cost $55 includes 2 lunches. Call 250-561-3366

Workshops Nov 18
Alzheimer Society of BC Provides education, information, support, advocacy and workshops. For more information.
Tele-learning sessions on Nov 18 & Dec 16. Visit www.alzheimerbc.org for more info. Call Leanne 250-564-7533

Workshops
BC Schizophrenia Society WORKSHOPS & GROUPS – 1) “Family Support Group” for ANY family member living
with ANY mental illness or addiction. 2) “Strengthening Families Together” – for family members of individuals
affected by mental illness 3) “Your Recovery Journey” – Explore different aspects of recovery. 4) SAFE BC – Self
Harm Finally Ends & more. Call Kim 250-561-8033

Workshops
Northern HIV & Health Education Society Workshops – we have a variety of workshops & games available for
youth, adults, schools, employees, etc. Topics such as: HIV/HCV, sexuality, nutrition, healthy lifestyles, decision
making, stress, relationships and more. Contact us to see how we can provide a workshop for you. Call Mary 964-
8558

Youth
Future Cents Future Cents is now offering FREE Guitar Lessons! Must be a youth between the ages of 15-30. A
FREE tablature guide book created by Darren R. is also included with the lessons. Email Darren @
darren@futurecents.ca or drop by 1160-7th Ave (accross from city hall) to inquire in person. Call Darren or Jan
250-565-6278

Youth
Future Cents SWAMP – Seasonal Work & Maintenance Program. Youth volunteers doing labour work on
Thursdays. You supply the materials. We do have some equipment. Call Jan 250-565-6278

Youth
Navy League Cadets #142 Programming for youth ages 9 – 13 yrs including leadership, team work, citizenship,
boating & safety. Mondays, 6 – 9:30 pm. Looking for new members and volunteer instructors. Interview & record
check required. Call 250-562-8411 or 250-563-0142

Youth
PGYCC - Chaplaincy/Volunteers Chaplaincy/Volunteer Dept at Youth Custody Centre is looking for volunteers to
mentor youths in a variety of areas: Music (guitar, voice training, rap), Sports (basketball, floor hockey), Games
(chess, backgammon, etc.), poetry. Training will be provided. A police record check will be required. Call Stephan
Wagner 250-649-3873

Youth
University Hospital of Northern BC Junior Volunteer Program – an opportunity for youth to gain hospital experience.
Working with adult supervision, weekly, 4 – 6 pm. We are also looking for adult volunteers to assist with supervision.
 Call Lauren 250-565-2525

				
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