Did you know there are tons of ways you can volunteer in our community? Check out my list of volunteer opportunities in Surrey!
ADOPT A STREET VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Show your civic pride!
The ADOPT A STREET program is a litter cleanup program that you can join to show your civic pride and make Surrey an even better community to live in. The program encourages businesses, community groups, schools, block clubs and other parts of the community to work together with the City of Surrey to help keep our environment clean and beautiful.
Your group can “ADOPT” a specific site or section of road, pledging to keep it free of trash and debris. As a participant, you’ll work under the guidance of the Engineering Operations Division.
We’ll get you set up with Clean City information kits, including safety guidelines and basic litter pick up equipment. We will even acknowledge your volunteer group’s efforts with a personalized Adopt-A-Street sign along your adopted street!
Email | AASProgram@surrey.ca
Phone | 604-590-7272 – Fax | 604-591-7836
Address | City of Surrey, Engineering Operations
Adopt-A-Street Program, 6645 148 Street, Surrey, BC
For more information | www.surrey.ca[separator]
Urban Safari Rescue Society
Urban Safari Rescue Society is planning our Annual Fundraiser/Open House/AGM on August 23. We need to clean up and stage the area for the Bouncy Castle, Farm Animal Petting Zoo, Picnic area etc
We’re looking for 10 – 20 volunteers to come and help with weeding, raking, staging and other yard work. It’s a one day event. If you can only commit to a couple of hours, we’ll welcome any time you can give us. Volunteers will need proper footwear, sunscreen, hats and water.
Let us know if you have any questions. Phone | 604 531-1100 or Email | firstname.lastname@example.org[separator]
Interested in learning and teaching others the importance of restoring and maintaining our Pacific Salmon population? Want to gain some valuable hands-on experience to pursue a career in the ecological field? Volunteer at the Tynehead Hatchery!
Volunteers have a very important job, as the entire hatchery is volunteer-operated! Most volunteers choose to pay membership dues to the Serpentine Enhancement Society. The tasks they perform include teaching classes of elementary school students, running workshops for citizens, and of course participating in egg takes and the raising/releasing of salmon fry, as well as work and feeding shifts.
For more information on volunteering, stop by the hatchery or Email us at email@example.com[separator]
Volunteer Resources – City of Surrey
Get active in your community and try something new. Check out our volunteer opportunities across the City of Surrey help clean up with Partners in Parks, give tours as a Heritage Volunteer, or even join in on one of our city-wide events.
Contact us at Volunteer Resources if you have any questions – our staff make every effort possible to return your emails and voice mails within 2 business days.
Visit us at our office in City Hall at 13450 104 Avenue Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
firstname.lastname@example.org – Phone | 604-598-5863 – Fax | 604-502-6315[separator]
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup
Aquatic debris is one of the biggest threats currently facing our oceans and waterways. Fortunately, this is a problem that we can tackle hands-on. By participating in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, you can actually see the impact you’ve had over the course of a single day.
Becoming a Site Coordinator – Becoming a Participant | Interested in contributing to the Shoreline Cleanup, but limited on time? Or, would you like to meet new people while doing something meaningful? Whatever the reason, becoming a cleanup participant is an easy, fun way to get outside, meet other locals, and make a difference. There are many cleanups that would love to have an extra pair of hands on their team.
Phone | 1-877-427-2422 Toll free in Canada
Email | email@example.com
Address | Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, c/o the Vancouver Aquarium,
P.O. Box 3232, Vancouver BC, V6B 3X8
Location and contact information, 16748 50th Avenue Surrey, B.C. V3Z 1E2
Pone | (604) 574-1711 – Email | firstname.lastname@example.org[separator]
Surrey Fire Fighters
The Surrey Fire Fighters invest tens of thousands of hours annually volunteering in the community. We welcome others to assist us in our endeavors. SURREY FIREFIGHTERS NEEDS VOLUNTEERS to assist in the operation of the Thrift Store, 7138 King George Blvd – Beside Newton Wave Pool
If you are interested in working in a fun and active thrift store and at the same time help your community by raising funds for charitable programs please call the Surrey Fire Fighters and Surrey Hospice Thrift Store at 604-599-9930.[separator]
Surrey Crime Prevention Society
ANTI GRAFFITI | SAFETY WATCH | SPEED WATCH
Surrey Crime Prevention supports communities throughout the City of Surrey with a wide range of community safety programs. We work closely with our community partners including the City of Surrey, RCMP, Surrey Parks and Recreation, Surrey Public Library and many more, by aligning our goals and objectives to support the enhancement of community safety in our City.
RCMP | Volunteer Opportunities
The Surrey RCMP recognizes the valuable contribution of volunteers in the delivery of community programs and services. The special talents, skills and abilities that volunteers bring to the table are integral to the success of our community policing and crime prevention programming.
There are three basic streams of volunteer opportunities available at the Surrey RCMP:
Auxiliary Constable Program
Auxiliary Constables are uniformed volunteers under the command of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Restorative Justice (RJ) Program
The Restorative Justice Program is a volunteer based program that supports youth by encouraging them to understand the effects of the harm they have done and provides them with opportunities to make amends. It provides alternatives to youth involvement in the formal court process of the criminal justice system by way of extra-judicial measures.
District Office Volunteers
District volunteers assist members and staff with many administrative duties and front counter services, but may also participate in various crime prevention programs that operate from these offices, like Block Watch, Speed Watch, Stolen Auto Recovery Program and volunteer bike patrols.