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imageManagers are responsible for screening volunteers, including creating or revising forms, and creating policy as required. They will maintain a volunteer database that includes...
imageTime Commitment: A few hours each month Reporting to, and Training and Support Provided by: Larissa Whitby, Vice-President & Co-Founder How it helps: The “A” Series is a ...
imageTime Commitment: varies but usually Sept, Oct, November are busier months for this Program. Few hours per rehoming situation. Comprehensive Onsite Training & Support Provided ...
imageTime Commitment: varies since this is on an occurrence basis ie. when an injured cat comes into the care of KCPS Reports to: Board of Directors How it helps: The Ruby Fund h...



Donate to Volunteer Comox Valley

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Donate to Volunteer Comox Valley and all funds will be used to: Recognize the importance of volunteerism, encourage others to contribute time, and build a vibrantly inclusive community. Show us how much you love volunteers! Charity Registration no.: 883645582RR0001

Benefits Of Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to stay connected with the community, stay healthy, and contribute to the local economy. There are hundreds of reasons why British Columbians contribute approximately 114 million hours each year.



Many volunteer positions are fun, enjoyable and may even encompass your hobbies and interests.


Volunteering is an easy way to meet new people who may have similar interests as you, and build lasting relationships in your community.


Many volunteers find that their position helps them make new connections in their community, and allows them a networking opportunity they might not have had otherwise.


An opportunity to give back to a cause that matters, and strengthen your community.

Physical Health.

Volunteerism has been shown to improve overall health, especially outdoor activities that involve physical activity.

Mental Health.

It can also be helpful in battling depression and decreasing social anxiety.

Learning and Experience.

Volunteering teaches new skills in a variety of areas, which can be directly applied to future work or life situations.


Volunteerism allows you to act as a positive role model to those in your life who look up to you, and allows you to lead them by example.


Participating in group volunteering with family members and or friends can help you cement bonds, and improve your relationships.


Volunteering helps give you a sense of purpose and belonging, while utilizing your own unique skills and experience.

National Philanthropy Day - November 15th

Unofficially recognized internationally since 1986, Canada was the first country to officially recognize Nov. 15 as National Philanthropy Day, in 2012.

Philanthropy means “love of humanity” in the sense of caring, nourishing, developing, and enhancing your own roots to humanity.

In this sense, every volunteer, staff and supporter of not for profit, and charitable cause – is a philanthropist.

Every person who donates whatever amount they are capable, or who gives time in the form of volunteer hours – is acting on their own need to enhance and nourish the human experience of others.

Volunteer Comox Valley is asking you to recognize National Philanthropy Day by giving back to the community by volunteering.

Volunteers are needed for over 145 positions, from weekly reoccurring jobs to positions at one-time events.

Volunteer Comox Valley has trained Volunteer Advisors who can help match you with a volunteer position that suits your specific needs and availability.

Volunteer Comox Valley also raises funds year round to support their programs and services. To donate to Volunteer Comox Valley visit and to celebrate National Philanthropy Day, on Nov. 15– take a look at all the amazing opportunities on their website, and spend the day as a philanthropist – through volunteerism.