Volunteers are the Life Blood of Our Organization


While we need few volunteers, they play an important role with the Society.   Most of our positions work with the members (otherwise known as clients, but we call them members), some work behind the scenes to help run things smoothly.

Bus Driver

Occasional Outings

Most of our trips are around the community and surrounding area.  Generally, not more than 4 hours.  Occasionally, we might do a trip to another community, but the endurance of our members makes it so that the trips need to be under 6 hours.   At least one other employee or volunteer will always be on the trip.

Bus driver is responsible for the pre and post - trip inspections, reporting any issues with bus, assisting members on the trip.

Some recent trips include:

  • the Museum at Campbell River to look at the Model Train Exhibit
  • Qualicum Beach to look at the Christmas Lights
  • Drive to Beavertail Lake.
  • Picnic at the Spit

Candidates must have a:

  • Class 4 Unrestricted for our 25 passenger bus.
  • Acceptable Driver's Abstract
  • Acceptable Vulnerable Person Criminal Record Check
  • Positive demeanor with others.
  • Initiative

Orientation to the bus will be provided over a few sessions.


Home baking is sensory heaven for our members.  We are looking for someone  who knows quick breads, cookies, desserts and cakes to come in weekly to put baking in the freezer for our meals and light lunches.

Generally, the shift would be in the mornings on a Monday, Wednesday or Thursday, with flexibility for the start time, but ending before 11am.

Office Assistant

Generally, one half-day per week.  Assists the Executive Director with:

  • Special projects such as Board Manual development
  • Balancing monthly bank statements
  • Maintaining member database

Assists Program Coordinator with

  • Program Calendar
  • Newsletter

Basic skills in Excel Needed

Must have reasonably strong computer skills.