Volunteer

The Chilliwack Cultural Centre has put a call out for volunteers. (Submitted)

Chilliwack Cultural Centre searching for volunteers

Guest services volunteers, technical volunteers needed, teens can apply

  • Jul 22, 2021

 

Hope Search and Rescue gets called out 24/7 to all sorts of calls, including crashes on the highways around Hope. They are currently recruiting. (Submitted)

Hope’s Search and Rescue team needs a few more good members

Must love missing dinner, special events and being a part of a skilled team

 

Chilliwack volunteer drivers are needed to help get cancer patients back and forth to Abbotsford (shown here), Surrey and Vancouver cancer clinics. (Abbotsford News file photo)

Volunteer drivers needed to expand cancer driver program to Chilliwack

Drivers will need to commit to one full day of driving, or two half days each week

 

Kal Tire employees Daniel Barnes and Brenda Pauli, sort the tires after they were dropped off for the Hope Earth Day Cleanup on April 24, 2021. (Pattie Desjardins/ Hope Standard)

Hope residents and volunteers pitched in for day of cleaning

Many hands made for light work as residents brought in recyclables for first community-wide cleanup

Kal Tire employees Daniel Barnes and Brenda Pauli, sort the tires after they were dropped off for the Hope Earth Day Cleanup on April 24, 2021. (Pattie Desjardins/ Hope Standard)
Coquihalla elementary Grade 1 teacher Jenny Mossey hands out saplings to students at Rotary Park for them to plant themselves, on April 13, 2021. (Jessica Peters/ Hope Standard)

Coquihalla students pitch in with Rotary Park re-planting efforts

Popular Hope park trail improved after trees with root rot removed

Coquihalla elementary Grade 1 teacher Jenny Mossey hands out saplings to students at Rotary Park for them to plant themselves, on April 13, 2021. (Jessica Peters/ Hope Standard)
Volunteers help put together 340 hampers for school children at the Salvation Army Church on April 8, 2020. It’s just one of many ways locals have stepped up to volunteer during the pandemic. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Face of volunteering changing, but need is still great says Volunteer Fraser Valley

Greatest need is for those who can provide connections for seniors who are shut in due to pandemic

Volunteers help put together 340 hampers for school children at the Salvation Army Church on April 8, 2020. It’s just one of many ways locals have stepped up to volunteer during the pandemic. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)
When his owner had knee surgery, Kevin, 2, was able to continue to go for walks thanks to volunteers from Elder Dog Canada. (Contributed photo)

B.C. woman has nothing but praise for Elder Dog Canada

National organization has a fleet of volunteer walkers ready, but needs more clients to serve

When his owner had knee surgery, Kevin, 2, was able to continue to go for walks thanks to volunteers from Elder Dog Canada. (Contributed photo)
The volunteer role of a parent at Peace Arch Elementary is under review by the district. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Elementary school coaching by White Rock volunteer with criminal past questioned

School district says a review of volunteer at Peace Arch Elementary underway

The volunteer role of a parent at Peace Arch Elementary is under review by the district. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Around $2,000 per month is available to power the work of volunteers and their grassroots projects during the COVID-19 pandemic, from Hope up the Fraser Canyon, from United Way. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

$2,000 in grants available for grassroots COVID-19 related projects from Hope to Boston Bar

United Way dollars can help fund supplies for individuals doing good deeds during the pandemic

Around $2,000 per month is available to power the work of volunteers and their grassroots projects during the COVID-19 pandemic, from Hope up the Fraser Canyon, from United Way. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard