Whether you like working with children, youth, adults or seniors, at cultural facilities, festivals and special events, or contributing as a member of a council-appointed group, there is a volunteer opportunity for you. 

Volunteering gives you the opportunity to contribute to your community and help establish a personal and professional network. You can also make new friends, practice English and develop leadership skills that can be transferable to a career.

Please note: You do not need to be a West Vancouver resident to volunteer for most opportunities (although you do for some committees and working groups). Most volunteer positions have a minimum age requirement of 14 years. Some volunteer placements require a Police Information Check (PIC).

How to Become a Volunteer

Interested in becoming a volunteer? Please follow the steps below.

Steps to become a volunteer

Volunteer Orientations

Prior to becoming a volunteer, all candidates must complete a volunteer orientation. 

View upcoming volunteer orientations below.

Youth and Adult Volunteer Orientations

Already a Volunteer?