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Welcome to the Volunteer Registry

The Volunteer Registry can help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity to build your skills and your community. Use the search tools to locate the perfect opportunity for you!

If you're interested in learning more about volunteering, check out our "Volunteering on Campus" video to learn more about a few of the regular opportunities available at the U of A.

Posting an ad? If you need help editing your ad after you've posted, email infolink@su.ualberta.ca There are currently 40 Volunteer Opportunities in our database.

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Are you looking to make a meaningful impact in your community? Join the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) as a Vision Mate Volunteer and provide invaluable assistance and companionship to an individual who is blind or partially sighted.

Position Description
Vision Mates Volunteers provide regular, one-to-one assistance and companionship for a person who is blind or partially sighted. Matches are made with someone who lives close to your home, school, or work. You visit once a week for a couple of hours to assist with tasks like reading, errands (like groceries and shopping), going for walks, and socializing.

Responsibilities & Tasks:
• Regularly visit a client in his/her home or other suitable environment at a mutually convenient time
• Activities are determined by client needs and are mutually agreed upon.
• Approved activities are: reading, organizing, walking, assisting with errands or outings, and friendly visiting.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the CNIB Volunteer interest form below or Contact Sanduni Kandegedarage


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Are you interested in furthering your leadership skills? Do you want to use your personal knowledge and skills for a good cause? Come and be a part of our educational and activity-based T.A.N.G. Youth Program!

Take part in our Youth Program and become a mentor for multicultural youths in the community! Our program aims to help youth (11-15 years old) make healthy and safe choices through workshops and recreational activities. Some of the activities include sports, crafts, interesting workshops on current youth issues, volunteering in the community, teambuilding activities, and much, much more!

Our program runs for 10 Saturdays in the Fall, Winter, and Spring.
To learn more, visit: https://assistcsc.org/t-a-n-g-youth-program/

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