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Volunteering in your Community

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Latest Volunteering Opportunities

  • Safe Seniors, Strong Communities
    Operated by bc211 and the United Way, the Safe Seniors, Strong Communities program matches seniors who need support with non-medical essentials (such as help picking up groceries and prescriptions), to volunteers in their community who are willing to help. To sign up to help, call 2-1-1 or register online at http://www.bc211.ca/

  • Mount Newton Centre Society
    The Mount Newton Centre Society (MNC) is looking for individual(s) who hold the Saanich Peninsula community at heart and who are interested in serving on a Board of Directors that operates Adult Day Programs and a Loan Cupboard with an inventory of medical mobility aids & equipment. For more information:
    - visit their website: www.mountnewtoncentre.org;
    - call Bridget Shumka at the Centre: 250-652-3432; or
    - call Board President, Steve Butler: 250-812-9900 .

  • Build neighbourhood connections with "Meet Your Street"
    The Town is looking for residents who are interested in starting their own neighbourhood group to help their neighbours get to know one another. For more information on the program, visit the Meet Your Street page. For tips, tricks, or project ideas and to register as your neighbourhood leader, contact Donna Barner at dbarner@sidney.ca or call 250-656-2121.

For more information about ways to help during COVID-19, please refer to our COVID-19 Response - Ways to Help page


Volunteering in the Community

There are many organizations and agencies in the Town of Sidney that depend on volunteer assistance. If you have time to spare and are willing and able to give back to your community, we encourage you to do so. Below are just some of the organizations and agencies in Sidney that need volunteer assistance:

 

Volunteering with the Town of Sidney 

The Town depends on citizen volunteers to serve on Committees, Commissions and Boards. Time commitments vary but typically volunteers are required to attend meetings once or twice a month. Watch for vacancy notices in the fall in the Peninsula News Review and on our website.