A variety of volunteer managers will be sharing with you the impact of getting involved with their agencies in the coming weeks.
Kelowna Community Resources keeps track of so many ways you can volunteer in your community.
Fat Cat Children’s Festival happens June 6 and 7 at Waterfront Park, Kelowna.
Come and learn about nutrition, food budgeting and cooking at home and tricks to make your dollar go further.
Kelowna Community Resource’s Immigrant Services is looking for volunteers for its new Employment and Settlement Mentorship programs.
Many non-profit organizations in our community will host activities to recognize the difference that volunteers make in their organizations.
The inaugural Easter Seals Splash of Colour Family Fun Run offers an ideal opportunity to contribute.
There's no time off for our community's most needy.
Help raise funds and awareness in each of the communities the clubs serve.
New ways to volunteer come up all the time and can be accessed at kcr.ca.
Provincial organizations are coming to offer regional training and to engage us in community conversations.
Take the quiz to find out which type of change-maker you are.
Family Friend Program matches volunteers to single parents; Crisis Line volunteers get training in communications and crisis intervention.
A bank of computers awaits you at the Okanagan Volunteer Opportunities Fair Consultation Café.
People in our community get it. Many are committed to making our corner of the world a better place.
Local activities are made possible because people just like you believe in a cause and give their time to make it happen.
Why not volunteer as a family to get out together and help others.
This email reminded me how fortunate we are in the Central Okanagan to have this volunteering e-match system.
The United Way establishes trusted partnerships with people who want to ensure that everyone has a good place to call home.
There are many volunteer options for you to consider giving your time.