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  • Senior Peer Support | Volunteer CR

    Home > Senior Peer Support The Senior Support Program is a free, confidential, one-to-one support for individuals 55+ years of age up.

  • Local Causes | Volunteer CR

    Resources > Local Causes Learn about local community organizations serving our community. 2022 – 2023 Membership Agencies Altrusa Club of Campbell River The mission statement of this service club is friendship, solidarity, service, growth, and understanding. Association Francophone AFCR works to improve and create services for Francophones and Francophiles in the region. BC SPCA - CR Community Animal Centre To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C. Baha'is of Campbell River The Baha’i teachings emphasize that all of us, as creations of one God are part of one human family. Bethany Lutheran Church Bethany Lutheran Church Black Creek Community Association A great place to make a contribution and get engaged with your community. Black Creek Community Centre is made up of volunteers! Cameryn's Cause for Kids The purpose of the society is to establish and maintain a non-profit fund in the Campbell River Region that will provide emergency financial assistance to income-challenged guardians/parents of children facing life threatening illness, injury, or in the event of death. Campbell River & District Adult Care Society The Society offers a variety of therapeutic health, social and recreational programs designed to assist individuals and families with long term related problems. Campbell River & District Association for Community Living The Campbell River and District Association for Community Living is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to advocate for services and/or provide services for people with special needs and their families who live in the Campbell River area. Campbell River & District Food Bank Campbell River & District Food Bank Campbell River & NI Transition Society/Women's The Campbell River and North Island Transition Society is a non-profit registered society and registered Charitable Organization. The CRNITS was formed in 1985 for the purpose of providing service to women and children who are dealing with issues of abuse and violence. Campbell River Air Youth Association Youth adults 12 – 19 are taught wilderness survival techniques, have a marching band, learn first aid and learn to fly. CRAYA is the Parent Sponsoring Committee for our Air Cadets. Load More Get the latest updates from your community directly to your inbox. Receive our monthly newsletter! Subscribe

  • Webinars | Volunteer CR

    Webinars Grab a coffee and learn from the experts on how to help your non-profit organization. Come back often we will be adding webinars on a regular basis. Recession Proofing Your Non-Profit ​ The Fundamentals of Email Marketing for Nonprofits ​ Leverage the power of young generations for the future of your non-profit ​ ​ Recession Proofing Your Non-Profit During Challenging Times This video made possible by Volunteer Victoria Summary : Serving your mission during a recession can be tricky without proper preparation. Looking back helps us all plan ahead. Let’s turn back time and gain learnings from the Great Recession of 2007 as a reference for understanding how nonprofits will fare during a recession. During the l ast recession, charitable giving decreased significantly, leading nonprofits of all sizes to lose billions of dollars. Now flash forward to today. ​ Once again the nonprofit sector is seeing a decline in revenue and increased demand for its resources. So how can organizations like yours start preparing yourselves to weather the storm? Watch the webinar recording to hear fundraising experts Bryna Dilman, Senior Director of Growth & Marketing, and Meredith Gray, Senior Marketing Manager, from Keela explain how to raise more with your current donors and stakeholders, save acquisition costs and engage supporters during this difficult economic time. ​ In this webinar recording, you will learn how to continue to serve your mission during a recession by: Gaining insights from the past recession Learning how to prepare your organization for the incoming recession Understanding how to look at your existing tools to help you raise more Plus, 6 steps to engage with current stak eholders The Fundamentals of Email Marketing for Nonprofits This video made possible by Volunteer Victoria About the Presenters Bryna Dilman, Senior Director of Growth and Marketing, has always believed in the power of technology and the use of data to help empower the nonprofit industry. She has led webinars, written articles, and is constantly researching how data-driven decision-making can help increase productivity, improve financial performance, enhance charities’ abilities to forecast effectively, and ultimately raise more for their cause. With almost 20 years of experience delivering innovative strategies and helping nonprofits deliver funding for their core mission, Bryna continues to pursue her passion of helping mission-focused organizations effect positive change. When not working, Bryna can be found spending time outdoors running, cycling, and hiking with her family. Teller of terrible jokes, breaker of silences – like many Aussies, Elsie Coffey loves to talk! She loves travelling around to visit famous peoples’ graves which, granted, is a little strange but she does get to see the world while she’s at it! Her favourite thing to do is work with our customers, getting to know their stories and just sharing the Keela love! ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Leverage the power of young generations for the future of your non-profit Summary: There is an overwhelming movement within today’s younger generations to actively do good – from volunteering their time to donating to causes they care about. How can you best engage these young people as donors and volunteers, and how will they contribute to what the future of giving looks like? In this webinar, we explore how “young minds” will be a driving force in pushing the nonprofit sector to prioritize transparency and impact while solving many pain points faced by organizations. Millennial and Gen Z donors are voicing what they want – is your nonprofit listening? ​ Resources from this webinar from Charity Village Download the Slide Deck Millennial Donors Infographic 10-step checklist for nonprofits engaging a new generation of donors Keela’s Great Transfer of Wealth Webinar The rise of Millennial major donors in nonprofit fundraising webinar ​ About the Presenter Libi Berenson is an immigrant woman entrepreneur that drives motivation, engagement and results to the highest potential. Her story begins 18 years ago as an officer in the Israeli Military. Fast forwarding to today, she is the CEO and Co-founder of Geenees, an innovative platform that provides nonprofit organizations with a vehicle to tap into a new generation of donors and digitally upscale their giving process. ​ ​ Anchor 1 Anchor 2 Anchor 3

  • Better at Home | Volunteer CR

    Senior Services > Better at Home Our Services Better at Home The Better at Home program supports seniors by providing basic, non-medical services to help them continue living independently in their own homes and remain connected to their communities. For a complete description of services please call our office. Better at Home Services Offered Client Referral Form Friendly Visiting Transportation Assistance Light Housekeeping Grocery Shopping Assistance Services Offered Friendly Visiting A volunteer visits the client’s home once a week, when possible. Each visit is about one hour long. If the client wishes, visits can include going for a walk in the immediate neighbourhood when safe to do so. Friendly Phone Calls can be included with Friendly Visiting services. These arrangements can be made between a volunteer and their client. ​ Please note : Friendly Visiting does not include assisting with household tasks, food preparation or personal care. Our Pricing Service Fees Service fees are established on an income-based sliding scale which ensures that services are free for low-income seniors and the market rate for seniors with an income above the BC average. ​ The sliding scale levels are 100% subsidy, 80% subsidy, 60% subsidy, 40% subsidy, 20% subsidy and no subsidy How It Works Getting Started Submit a completed Client Referral form to the Better at Home office as your application to the program. Your doctor, social worker, family member or friend can make the referral. You can also refer yourself. Once space becomes available, Better at Home will contact you to arrange a meeting to confirm eligibility, complete registration forms and determine your needs. We will connect you with a volunteer or contracted service provider to start receiving basic, non-medical home support services. ​ Please note : Due to the popularity of this program, there is a waitlist of clients waiting for services. Get Invovled Support Better at Home Our programs depend on available resources. If you would like to help maintain the Campbell River Better at Home program become a volunteer today! Please call our office for more information. Who's Listening? Dilys Palmer Better at Home Manager 250-287-8111 Better at Home is funded by the Government of British Columbia and managed by United Way of British Columbia

  • About | Helping Hands

    Home > About Volunteerism We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of volunteerism by providing ongoing support and encouragement to individuals and to member agencies in their development and operation of effective volunteer programs in our community. Our Organization E stablished in 1988, the Campbell River Volunteer Society has grown and flourished from someone answering a telephone in their home to a vibrant, community non-profit agency that supports over 100 organizations. ​ Volunteer Campbell River has two main streams of focus: volunteer and community engagement through programs and training and non-profit support for organizations in the Campbell River region. Our Mission To advance the quality of volunteerism and community engagement through leadership and training for individuals and non-profit organizations. Our Vision Working together to build strong and healthy communities through volunteerism. Membership Application Meet The Team Marcia McKay and Archana Ananthanarayan Interim Executive Directors Dilys Palmer Better at Home Manager Gina Forsyth Administrative Assistant Board of Directors Marcia McKay Past-President Brett Woodside Vice-President Thomas Novak Treasurer Archana Ananthanarayan Secretary Our Acknowledgment Volunteer Campbell River is located on the traditional, unceded territory of the Liǥwildaʼx̱w People, the We Wai Kai, Wei Wai Kum and Kwiakah First Nations, who have had a relationship with this land since time immemorial. ​ ​

  • Volunteer | Volunteer Campbell River | Campbell River

    Volunteer Campbell River We are a non-profit organization working to advance the quality of volunteerism and community engagement through leadership and training for individuals and non-profit organizations in the Campbell River region. In addition to serving as a hub for volunteerism, we offer a variety of volunteer programs and support services to seniors and non-profits. Learn More About Us Phone 250-287-8111 for information on our programs and services. Our office hours are from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Thursday. We are located in downtown Campbell River beside City Hall at 900 Alder St. Create Change In Your Community Volunteers are essential to the well-being of our communities. It's a great way to contribute to your community, help others, connect with an interest or expand a skillset. Services For Individuals Get the Support You Need We provide services that help support the health and well-being of individuals and the community. Learn More Get Support Services For Organizations Get Support For Your Organization Through our Nonprofit Support program, members and non-member organizations receive online & in-person resources and support to advance their cause. Learn More Membership Application Sign up for our monthly newsletter Sign up for our monthly newsletter and learn about upcoming workshops and training, community events, what local organizations are up to and articles with volunteerism themes. Subscribe

  • Emergency Response | Volunteer CR

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  • Equipment Rentals | Volunteer CR

    Equipment Rentals Event Tents (10x20 and 10x10) Projector, Screen and Remote Microphone and Speakers Photocopying Some of our services, training and other supports listed can be facilitated at your organization. We offer discounts for members, contact us to find out more!

  • Special Event Volunteer | Volunteer CR

    Home > Special Event Volunteer Get to know your community while providing flexibility in your volunteering! Volunteer Program Special Event Volunteer Our Special Event Volunteer program is a team of people who would like to be notified of one-time or short-term volunteer opportunities in the community. How It Works Flexible Volunteerism! A detailed email about an upcoming volunteer opportunity from Volunteer Campbell River hits your mailbox. Only reply to the opportunities that suit your interest and schedule. Once you confirm your interest, our staff will forward your contact information to the event organizers, who will follow up with you. Not a fit? No worries! Disregard the email and wait to be notified of the next opportunity. Get Started Get notified of opportunities to create change in your community. Got a Question? Email us at or call 250-287-8111

  • Become a Member | Volunteer CR

    Nonprofit Support > Become a Member We connect people in our community to volunteer opportunities and support local non-profit organizations through a variety of programs and services. Nonprofit Support Program Become a Member Through our Nonprofit Support program, member agencies and individuals receive online & in-person resources and support to advance their cause. See what we can offer your nonprofit today! Our Prices Membership Fees Individuals: $20.00 Annually <200K Budget: $90.00 Annually 200K - 1M Budget: $120.00 Annually >1M Budget: $235.00 Annually Contact us at or call 250-287-8111 to discuss your membership. What We Offer Membership Benefits Friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff Free learning events Reduced rates for workshops for agency staff and volunteers Board Development and Non-profit Management Skills Development Consultation relating to non-profit and volunteer management Useful web resources and in-house library Monthly newsletter, active social media and an interactive website Volunteer Advocacy at the local, regional, provincial and national level For Individuals Benefits of Individual Membership Our Individual Membership works to connect members with like-minded people and organizations and provide educational opportunities. Membership Application Organize Volunteer Recognition Events & Celebrations Maintain an informative Volunteer Campbell River Website Provide volunteer learning opportunities Publish a monthly newsletter with Member News and Volunteer Spotlight Use social media to stay connected Assemble Your Dream Team Volunteer recruitment and referral through our online system and in-house services. Provide volunteer consultations and referrals Facilitate free Police Information Check requests Recruit volunteers for your Special Events Promote Weekly Volunteer Spotlight via newspaper, radio, our social channels, and in the Volunteer CR office For Nonprofit Agencies Benefits of Nonprofit Agency Membership Our Nonprofit Agency membership provides community engagement support, in addition to, providing volunteer outreach and management services. Membership Application You Need It, We’ve Got It Event Tents (10x20 and 10x10) Projector, Screen and Remote Microphone and Speakers Photocopying Some of our services, training and other supports listed can be facilitated at your organization. Contact us to find out more! Connecting people who care with causes that matter.

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