The City of Coquitlam’s Community Volunteer Support Hub is a new program providing workshops and resources for local not-for-profit organizations impacted by the pandemic, to enable them to continue providing value and services to the community.
Are you a non-profit looking for support? Here’s how you can connect with the Community Volunteer Support Program:
As a part of the City of Coquitlam’s Community Support and Recovery Program (CSRP), the City is building a directory of non-profit community organizations that serve Coquitlam residents. The purpose of the directory is to help connect citizens with local non-profit organizations.
Complete an application form to be included in the registry. Only registered non-profit organizations who provide programs and services to Coquitlam residents will be listed in the directory. Participation is free. All applications are will be reviewed by City staff for eligibility prior to publication.
Looking for ways to make a difference in your community? Check out the opportunities and organizations below, where you can find meaningful ways to give back and get involved.
Community Volunteer Connections – Your local volunteer centre.
Volunteer Hub – Community Volunteer Connections provides a local directory of volunteer opportunities by topic.
Go Volunteer – Govolunteer.ca provides volunteers with a wide selection of opportunities that connects them directly with not-for-profit and charitable organizations.
Volunteer BC – Volunteer BC’s online volunteer posting and recruitment tool.
Volunteer Canada – Pan-Canadian platform matching volunteers with volunteer opportunities.
Past webinars from organizations across Canada
A corporate citizenship webinar series.
The Community Volunteer Hub program is provided through the City of Coquitlam’s COVID-19 Community Support and Recovery Plan (CSRP), which is supporting all sectors of the community impacted by the pandemic. Visit coquitlam.ca/csrp to learn more.