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Volunteers are an important part of our family. They help advance our work in all kinds of ways, from selling tickets to supporting our team with important administration tasks.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives, volunteering is also experiencing changes. Some opportunities are on hold until events can start again, while other initiatives have become virtual as we continue to self-isolate and practice social distancing. As a result, there are limited opportunities for volunteers at this time.

We are so grateful for all applications to support us—however, due to COVID-19, we are experiencing a slower pace than usual in reviewing applications. We appreciate your patience during this time.

If you wish to volunteer, please follow the steps below.

Step 1: Join our community

If you don’t already have a volunteer account, register and create one. We’ve also created a step-by-step guide to creating your myVolunteerPage profile.

Step 2: Find a role

Click on the opportunities tab to see all available roles and select the ones you’re interested in.

Step 3: Volunteer

Closer to the event day, our team will send you an email to confirm your role and provide all the tools you need.

For more information, email donorservices@bcchf.ca or call us at 604.875.2444.

Please note: Volunteer opportunities in the hospital aren’t managed by the Foundation. To volunteer at BC Children’s Hospital, BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre or Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, please visit the hospital’s volunteer page.

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