This listing features social services charities and non-profit organizations in the Greater Vancouver Area. Including food banks, womens shelters, crisis care, employment assistance, community outreach and more.
Quest Food Exchange recovers surplus food from local food suppliers in the Lower Mainland, redistributing it with dignity to those in need of food assistance via our low-cost, not-for-profit grocery markets.
The Kinnections Program connects Native youth aged 16-19 years old with volunteer mentors. Our goal is to provide youth with life skills training in hopes that these skills will assist them with their transition into adulthood.
Volunteers mentor participants with physical disabilities to connect them to the community through career networking and recreation. Help participants set goals to to foster personal development in order to increase employability.
This program is designed to help seniors live independently in their homes by providing non-medical support. Vancouver South Better at Home offers transportation and light housekeeping to seniors living in the community.
The Kinnections Program is seeking male volunteer Mentors, from all backgrounds, to engage in meaningful and supportive relationships with 16-19 year old male Aboriginal youth. Mentors will meet with their youth throughout the month!
Women volunteers are needed to run our 24 hour crisis line and transition house for women and children escaping violence. Make a difference in your community. Call 604-872-8212 or Visit our website for information.
Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity that positively impacts youth?
The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of British Columbia is seeking passionate, highly-motivated individuals to volunteer as Youth Educators!
SWAN Vancouver invites you to join our collectively run, volunteer driven non-profit providing outreach, advocacy, education and engagement for immigrant, migrant, and trafficked women involved in indoor sex work.
Neighbourhood Connections links seniors with volunteers in their neighbourhoods to assist with occasional tasks and errands, such as, accompaniment on errands, providing rides to medical appointments, picking up and delivering items.
The Kerrisdale Oakridge Marpole Community Policing Centre is a non-profit organization in partnership with the Vancouver Police Department with a mandate to reach out and educate local residents on crime prevention methods and strategies.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation, a volunteer-based health charity, leads in eliminating heart disease and stroke and reducing their impact through the advancement of research and its application, the promotion of healthy living and advocacy
KidStart is an award winning, CARF accredited Prevention and Diversion program for kids age 6+ that provides carefully screened and selected adult volunteers to mentor or “coach” vulnerable children and youth.
The mission of the West Coast Leaf is to achieve equality by changing historic patterns of systemic discrimination against women through BC-based equality rights litigation, law reform and public legal education.
Our focus in relationship counselling is to enhance or preserve relationships through an exploration of openness, attunement, and responsiveness to one another. Establish greater intimacy and closeness in your interpersonal relationships
A community centre for Surrey residents who are living in poverty or are homeless. It is a place where people of all ages and circumstances are welcome. We offer meals, programs, services, individual assistance and friendship.
Community Living British Columbia is a source of support for individuals with an intellectual disability looking for accessible and meaningful ways to live in the community, helping individuals realize their full potential and dreams.