Join our Volunteers
The gift of your time and talent helps people in need.
Our generous volunteers are helping over 1,000 people in the Lakes District.
With limited resources, volunteers are an important part of what we do at The Link. Happily, people in our community want to help.
In fact, last year, community members gifted the Link with more than 1,300 hours of their time to help run programs and services throughout our organization.
Their help makes a big difference.
Join our team of volunteers!
What are the Benefits of Volunteering?
Helping others and making our community strong.
Meeting new people and making new friends.
Getting active and improving your physical and mental health.
Learning new skills that can help advance your career.
Building confidence, having fun and feeling great about yourself!
How You Can Help
Food Distribution – help repack and make food hampers at the Link Food Centre.
Transportation – help seniors go shopping or get to their appointments.
Meals on Wheels – deliver food to seniors and people with mobility challenges.
Friendly Visits – visits in person or on the phone are welcome!
The Link Garden – help prepare beds, plant, water, weed or harvest food.
“Volunteering at the Food Centre is a good opportunity to serve the community. I enjoy seeing everyone, the clients and the staff.”
– Derek Feldmann is a weekly volunteer at the Food Centre
“To keep a balance for a healthy life and a healthy community, it is important that we care and share with each other. Please show you care and share, it is your community!”
– anonymous volunteer
Other Ways to Get Involved
Whether you donate, volunteer or join a program, there are many ways to get involved at The Link.
We invite you to join us today!
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125 - First Avenue, Burns Lake, BC
The Link offers programs and services on the territories of the Wet’suwet’en, Dakelh and Nedut’en peoples.