Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick

Building a stronger community

Who We Are

The Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc. is a registered charitable organization. Through the promotion of volunteering, the center supports over 150 registered not-for-profit agencies/organizations from the Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview areas by responding to requests for recruitment community volunteers.

Our commitment

  • Deliver creative solutions to serve the needs of the community.
  • Promote volunteering, coordinate resources and people…
JOB OFFER: Respite Care Services for Children with Special Needs Program | Program Director - Click to open tab

Program Director: Permanent / Fulltime

Respite Care Services strives to build community support for families of children challenged with special needs living in Southeastern N.B. Community Volunteers wanting to offer support are recruited and matched with an appropriate child (ages birth to 18 years of age).

Seeking a self-motivated enthusiastic individual with both education and practical experience in the field of Social Science and specifically children with cognitive disabilities. Must have good computer skills, administration management skills, strong interpersonal skills, own their own vehicle, willing to work flexible hours [30 hours per week – flexible hours – $ 38 500 Annual Salary; potential to grow to full time position] from home or office and capable of working as part of a team. Mileage reimbursement is paid at 0.50 cents/kilometre. Other benefits include medical and dental, vacation time, discretionary days, flex time and paid time off at Christmas.

For further information visit: www.volunteergreatermon.com Respite care Services for special Needs Program
Projected date of commencement: January 2023
Please submit your resume: a.vautour@volunteergreatermoncton.com All submissions will be confirmed as received. Only selected candidates will be notified. No phone calls please.
Closing date: January 09, 2023

Board members | Membres du conseil

The Volunteer Centre of Southeastern N.B. Inc. is presently accepting new applications for an opening on our Board of Directors. (volunteer position)

International Day of Volunteering

 December 5th is a day to reflect on this year’s theme ‘Solidarity through Volunteering’.   Greater Moncton is no exception to seeing solidarity as volunteers come together, giving back to one or more of our community agencies/organizations.  Still in a Pandemic, volunteers continue to help in many ways volunteering with our much needed community programs and services.

Volunteers demonstrate empathy and compassion for those in need while at the same time always making a difference.  I would personally like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your dedication and tireless volunteer effort!   ‘Keep up the great work’ as together you make our community stronger!

Greatly appreciated.

Debbi LeBlanc, Volunteer Coordinator
Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc.

Debbi LeBlanc
Debbi LeBlanc


Volunteering is rewarding.

You can:

  • Learn more about the community and what it has to offer
  • Create practical work experience
  • Enjoy the feeling of making a contribution
  • Meet people and build new relationships
To volunteer, you may fill out a general application form or choose from the volunteer positions posted in the next section and fill out the specific application form.

Board members | Membres du conseil

The Volunteer Centre of Southeastern N.B. Inc. is presently accepting new applications for an opening on our Board of Directors. (volunteer position)

Board of Directors | Inclusion NB

Board of Directors | Inclusion NB
Inclusion NB is leading the creation of opportunities for people with an intellectual or developmental disability to live full and valued lives in all aspects of society. We are seeking motivated community members to serve on the Inclusion NB Board of Directors for three-year terms.

Lire et faire lire Acadie

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Une fois par semaine, durant l’année scolaire, des bénévoles-lecteurs/lectrice se rendent dans une école de leur région pour lire des histoires aux enfants.

Volunteer | Habitat For Humanity Moncton

Habitat for Humanity Moncton
We are looking for volunteers to help out with various tasks at the Restore. We need help testing electronics, cleaning donations, stocking shelves, greeting and answering questions.

“ Volunteer Drivers Urgently Needed for Dialysis Clients “

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Through the promotion of volunteering, the Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc. supports over 150 registered not-for-profit agencies/organizations from the Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview areas by responding to requests for recruitment community volunteers.

Non profit agencies, are invited to register. Fill out the Agency registration form 
If you are a registered agency needing volunteers, fill out the Agency request for volunteers form 

VOLUNTEER WEEK Greater Moncton Non-Profit Organizations

Nationally this is the week that we thank and pay tribute to all of Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers!

VOLUNTEER WEEK 2023: April 16th-22

NVW Recognition Event 2023 details coming soon!


“ The #beccatoldmeto Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award “

The #beccatoldmeto Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award was created in honour of Becca Schofield as her #Beccatoldmeto acts of kindness has inspired so many young individuals to make a difference in our community.

Striving to be a role model for agencies/organizations engaging volunteers, the Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc. coordinates and/or assists with workshops and training sessions for volunteers and agencies and organizations utilizing volunteers. The “Centre” also serves as an information and consultation service to the community-at-large.

Your charitable donation is your way of saying: “Yes, Volunteers are essential to the quality of our community!” Charitable tax receipts are available with any financial donation. You can donate online.

A Place to Learn & Grow

Upcoming Training Sessions
VMPNB information
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Tri-Community Volunteer Promotion Campaign!


Pick your own way to help out in your community or let us help you find meaningful volunteering right for you! We are asking every volunteer in our community to help us in promoting ‘helping out by volunteering’!

By proudly displaying a sticker on your rear car window or on the front door of your home or office others will learn how they can volunteer too in our great community.

Volunteers are the heart of our​ community! Sign up to get your sticker now! Stickers can be mailed to you or can be picked up at Volunteer Centre office at 22 Church Street, Suite T290
Note: a confirmed time for pick up has to be scheduled by contacting Debbi LeBlanc, Volunteer Coordinator at 869-6905 or email at d.leblanc@volunteergreatermoncton.com.

Volunteer Centres: An Untapped Resource

We’re writing this letter, signed by aligned Volunteer Centres in a robust network across the country, to speak up on how meaningful volunteerism is enabled. 

An Open Letter from Volunteer Centres Across Canada

Canadians volunteer more than anywhere else in the world. Every year, nearly 13 million individuals contribute time to an organization in their community, and during the COVID-19 pandemic hundreds of thousands more have stepped up to deliver services to those most vulnerable. While it’s clear that volunteerism is a powerful characteristic of Canadian identity, the role of Volunteer Centres—the vibrant network of 200+ agencies whose role it is to facilitate this extraordinary exchange—is far from understood, or worse yet, has been ignored. In recent weeks, we have been reminded that, in many instances, governments, funders, and even some non-profit leaders, fail to recognize the skill, resources, and infrastructure required to keep volunteers engaged and our social services afloat.


Notwithstanding a crisis, every single Canadian benefits fr om volunteer contributions because of their presence in our social fabric. Even more importantly, volunteers ensure our country’s most vulnerable community members are not left behind. This has been true for decades. The time and skill volunteers dedicate increase our country’s capacity in hospitals, shelters, food banks, schools, festivals, community sport, among others, that if paid, would exceed more than 50 billion dollars every year. 


But volunteerism is more than human capacity, and what makes volunteerism truly meaningful is that the exchange is not one-way. When a volunteer gives their time, they in turn gain empathy, understanding, and access to skills or human assets. It is this two-way relationship, enabled by skilled volunteer engagers, that makes volunteerism a meaningful, and ethical exchange of labour. Without an understanding of this important social contract, we stand to drift from volunteerism as a truly democratic function of our society.


Local, community-based Volunteer Centres across the country have built connections between non-profits and volunteer seekers from every demographic. We continue to hold an essential recruitment role that enables volunteers to find the opportunities they are looking for and organizations find the volunteers they need.


We also do so much more.


More than ever, Canada’s 170,000 non-profit and charitable organizations have turned to Volunteer Centres for answers during the COVID-19 crisis. As organizations with decades of experience, we know that it takes expertise to respond quickly and effectively to recruit, train, and manage volunteers to serve clients safely. And what’s more, we know how to leverage the skills and interest of volunteers to build meaningful roles that grow personal experience, and therefore, economic and social opportunity.


While some governments spent time, energy and money in building new structures and mechanisms to recruit and deploy volunteers at national and provincial levels, local community based Volunteer Centres have been on the front-lines in realigning their existing resources; providing training and supports for volunteer engagement; coordinating recovery efforts; and pulling together diverse partners to meet identified needs – most often without additional financial or human resources.


We have ensured that volunteering has continued to serve a vital role in our community, despite the fact that two out of thr ee charities and non-profit organizations have lost more than 30% of the revenue that allow them to deliver regular, necessary services.


As we move to a post-pandemic world, the role of locally-based Volunteer Centres is more important than ever. In an anticipated time of high government debt, limited resources, and greater community needs, the expertise of Volunteer Centres must be harnessed to ensure that we uphold the integrity of volunteerism that underpins our vibrant, and diverse society.


We’re up to the challenge.


Signatories (Central)


1. Alliance des CAB de la ville de Québec (CABQ, CABC et Cab Aide23) - Québec, QC


2. Cab de Sherbrooke - Sherbrooke, QC


3. Centre d action bénévole de Farnham - Farnham, QC


4. Centre d’action bénévole de Contrecoeur - Contrecoeur, QC


5. Centre d’Action Bénévole Domaine-du-Roy - Saint-Félicien, QC


6. Centre d’action bénévole du Granit - Lac-Mégantic, ON


7. Centre d’action bénévole La Grande Corvée - Grande-Vallée, QC


8. Centre d’action bénévole Les Hauts-Bois inc. - Murdochville, QC


9. Centre d’action bénévole soif de vivre - Saint-Rédempteur, QC


10. Centre d’action bénévole Valcourt et Région - Valcourt, QC


11. Community Development Halton/Volunteer Halton - Burlington, ON


12. Convergence action bénévole - Lévis, QC


13. Fédération des centres d’action bénévole du Québec - Montréal, QC


14. Ontario Volunteer Centre Network - Ontario


15. Pillar Nonprofit Network - London, ON


16. PIN- The People Information Network - Guelph, ON


17. Volunteer & Information Quinte - Belleville, ON


18. Volunteer Action Centre Waterloo Region - Waterloo, ON


19. Volunteer Bureau of Montréal - Montréal, QC


20. Volunteer Canada/Bénévoles Canada - Ottawa, ON


21. Volunteer Dufferin - Mono, ON


22. Volunteer Markham - Markham, ON


23. Volunteer MBC - Mississauga, ON


24. Volunteer Ottawa - Ottawa, ON


25. Volunteer Toronto - Toronto, ON


26. Volunteer West Island - Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC

Signatories (West)


27. City of Leduc - Leduc, AB


28. Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations - Edmonton, AB


29. Hanna Volunteer Association/Hanna Learning Centre - Hanna, AB


30. Propellus - The Volunteer Centre of Calgary - Calgary, AB


31. Rimbey FCSS - Rimbley, AB


32. South Okanagan Similkameen Volunteer Centre Society - Penticton, BC


33. Stony Plain Volunteer Centre - Stony Plain, AB


34. Volunteer Airdrie Society - Airdrie, AB


35. Volunteer Alberta - Alberta


36. Volunteer Campbell River - Campbell River, BC


37. Volunteer Lethbridge Association - Lethbridge, AB


38. Volunteer Nanaimo - Nanaimo, BC


39. Volunteer Strathcona Centre - Sherwood Park, AB


40. Volunteer Victoria - Victoria, BC


Signatories (East)


41. Kings Volunteer Resource Centre - Kentville, NS


42. Volunteer Centre of Southeastern N.B. Inc. - Moncton, NB


43. Volunteer Greater Fredericton - Fredericton, NB


Signatories (North)


44. Volunteer Bénévoles Yukon - Whitehorse, YK








Volunteering is an opportunity to give back to the community of Greater Moncton. Being a Volunteer Greeter is the highlight of my week!

Tom Blanchard

Volunteer Driver assisting one our clients to an appointment.   ‘Your commitment to volunteering many years in our community is outstanding’, Debbi LeBlanc, Volunteer Coordinator.

Fred Kinder


Come work in a fun casual atmosphere assisting people with physical disabilities. No experience necessary, fully paid training provided and medical benefits included. This is a 24/7 workplace with flexible part time hours, possibly full-time hours. Screening procedures are mandatory. For more information please call 506-382-9386 or email at v.roy@volunteergreatermoncton.com