A big thank you to all our community partners and supporters who contributed to National Volunteer Week 2016!

See how crucial volunteers are in creating vibrant communities throughout Alberta in this video.

Get Active in Your Community
There are many ways you can get involved in your community through volunteerism. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the Community Volunteer form. If you know of a volunteer opportunity you would like to see included on this website, please contact Community Services.

Ways to get Involved

United Way

Interested in helping the United Way Chestermere Partnership? The Campaign Sub-committee requires volunteers for annual events and year round United Way marketing within Chestermere. Email the United Way Chestermere Partnership for more information.

Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre

At Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre, we value volunteers who together have contributed more than 100 hours of manpower in our programs during 2016. Dedicated individuals, such as yourself, are role models for your children and community, as well as for our staff.

Volunteers may become involved within our programs in a variety of ways. Whether you are looking for an ongoing commitment or a one-time activity, we have flexible opportunities to accommodate your busy schedule. We often have a need for volunteers in projects requiring short-term volunteer involvement.

If you have any questions regarding our volunteer program opportunities, please contact Aia Hughes, Early Childhood Services Coordinator, at (403) 207-7094.

Your continued support in Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre programs is greatly appreciated and we look forward to working with you.

Everyday Angel Volunteer Service

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If you are in need of a volunteer or would like to become a volunteer, please contact Community Services at (403) 207-7079. We will add you to our Everyday Angel volunteer database to connect you with people in your neighborhood. For more information, please see our poster.

Peer Support Services for Abused Women

Peer Support Services for Abused Women (PSSAW) is a non-profit organization that is committed to providing support, resources and referrals to women and children affected by domestic abuse. You can volunteer as a facilitator for Finding Our Voices (self-esteem group), Growth Circle Facilitator (domestic violence support group), and as a mentor with Moving on with Mentors.

For more information, see the poster or contact the Family and Community Services Coordinator at (403) 207-8152.