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There are more than 500 volunteer jobs on our Database, here are a few of them, if you would like to help the community and work as a volunteer you can call us @ 604-985-7138



Brochure Delivery Volunteer: NSCR has a list of locations in North and West Vancouver and a list of the brochures and directories stocked at each location. The Brochure Delivery volunteer will be responsible for making sure that there is a well-stocked inventory of all brochures and/or directories at each location. Duties involve communicating with NSCR staff to ensure that required brochures are available in stock; picking up the brochures and/or directories at the office and replenishing in the community; keeping track of mileage. (Volunteer is reimbursed for mileage using NSCR as a starting point to locations where brochures are delivered and returning to NSCR.).

Snowshoeing Head Coach: The Snowshoeing Head Coach is responsible for overseeing and managing all actions within the Snowshoeing program. You will be supported by eager volunteers, SOBC staff and the local executive team. 7

Volunteer: Cool North Shore is a local non-profit society that has been working to support citizens from Deep Cove to Lions Bay to take action on climate change and sustainability since 2007. Volunteer will assist with planning and operating our events, promote Cool North Shore at displays/booths at special events and assist with research and other tasks for special projects. For more information contact us at: 

Teaching Assistant: Get outside with a group of kids who love the outdoors! This nature-based learning program for elementary school children needs volunteers to supervise and interact with the children as they explore local parks and farms. Work with our teacher and parents. Learn how to facilitate safe, child-led outdoor exploration, nature play, farm work, crafts, and stories. 

One-to-One Tutors: ONE TO ONE is a unique literacy program for children that provides one-to-one tutoring to children in elementary schools during regular school hours. Trained volunteer tutors work with students who are identified by their teachers as needing a boost in their literacy skills.  The work is fun and very rewarding!  Volunteer tutors get to build a relationship with their students and help them bloom.  For the students, these are invaluable opportunities to practice reading and writing in an environment where it is okay to take risks, make mistakes and learn at their own pace.  


Various Volunteer Positions: Please visit our website for an extensive list of active volunteer positions at

If you are interested in these or other possible volunteer opportunities, please call 604-

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