To the Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick


Offering workshops and training sessions for volunteers and agencies.

Our goal

Build a stronger community through leadership, support and service.

Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick

Volunteering in your new 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. It has been active for over 40 years.


Our commitment

  • Deliver creative solutions to serve the needs of the community.
  • Promote volunteering, coordinate resources and people…

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Volunteers are Empathy in Action
Volunteer Recognition Event!

A special event to thank our tri-community heroes who stepped up to help others during the pandemic.

Date: Tuesday, June 7th, 2022
Time: 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Bringing Greetings: Mayor Yvan Lapierre – Dieppe
Mayor Dawn Arnold – Moncton
Mayor Andrew LeBlanc – Riverview
Guest Speakers: Representatives from Community Food Bank, Public Health and Urban Rural Rides
Due to the Pandemic we are not having a Public Event [by invitation only]; however would invite you to join us

Volunteer Centre Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Volunteer-Center-Moncton-Volunteer-Centre-of-Southeastern-New-Brunswick-180888638919688/

Event Sponsors : IRVING  :  Major Sponsor  /  RBC  :  Sponsor

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Congratulations to Reese Mann, recipient of the YOUTH VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2022

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.

Let’s celebrate Canada’s volunteers!

The National Volunteer Week theme for 2022, Volunteering Is Empathy In Action, affirms the strong connection between volunteerism and empathy. This profoundly human connection is at the heart of healthier individuals and stronger communities.

During National Volunteer Week 2022, we celebrate the contributions of Canada’s millions of volunteers: their actions, their understanding, and their genuine concern for the world around them.

Volunteering, putting empathy into action, can build communities where people feel happier, healthier, and more welcome – creating a stronger, more connected Canada.

We invite you to view all the exciting ways
you can volunteer in our community

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New Brunswick needs empathy in action now more than ever

Megan Conway and Annette Vautour

The last two years have generated a wave of empathy in action – a surge of public interest in volunteerism and grassroots activities. Canadians continuously stepped up to support each other in a variety of creative ways. From celebrating frontline workers, helping neighbours, and not hesitating to act in emergencies, we expressed our empathy through volunteering. During National Volunteer Week (April 24-30), we celebrate and encourage the contributions of New Brunswick’s hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours – their actions, understanding, and genuine concern for the world around them.


Now, as the country imagines its social recovery from the pandemic, the profound human connection created through empathy is at the heart of healing, creating more resilient individuals and stronger communities. Empathy improves our lives, the lives of our children, and the lives of those we support. Canada needs empathy in action, now more than ever.

Empathy is the vital emotion that helps people relate to others. While we can never walk directly in someone else’s shoes, we can try to understand, relate, and walk alongside each other. By volunteering, we help develop empathy by building our awareness around different experiences. It connects people from diverse backgrounds and life experiences in formal and informal settings, creating opportunities to address challenges together. It helps us understand the world around us, and often ourselves, with greater depth. Building this capacity to work collectively and contribute to a vibrant, inclusive society is how we will build back better.

Prior to the pandemic, four in five Canadians engaged in some form of volunteerism – as mentors, coaches, organizers, supporters, community builders, fundraisers, board members, caregivers, and good neighbours. During the pandemic, recruiting formal volunteers amongst so much uncertainty has been a challenge. As well, the increase in requests for virtual volunteer opportunities without the corresponding capacity for non-profits to provide them has placed significant operational strain on the voluntary sector. While essential services volunteering is still the top choice for people wanting to help in their community, trends like the rising cost of fuel are further impacting volunteers’ ability to contribute in-person.

At the same time, we are all facing volunteer fatigue – resilient and tireless, we are also a bit worn out. While we continue to draw strength and connection through our empathy in action, caring for the mental health of staff and volunteers is essential. We must guard against physical and emotional exhaustion to avoid a decrease in the ability to empathize. Non-profits need to prepare – virtual volunteering is here to stay and returning to in-person volunteering with confidence must include the safety concerns of both volunteers and clients.

This is why rebuilding volunteer infrastructure is essential to COVID-19 recovery. New Brunswick’s non-profit sector contributes 10.8 per cent to the province’s GDP, constituting $3.7 billion in economic impact and New Brunswick volunteers contribute a total of 31 million volunteer hours annually. The development of a National Voluntary Action Strategy will strengthen and innovate volunteering infrastructure across Canada and will help to future-proof it in more inclusive and robust ways. This includes collaboration with all levels of governments.

We also need to make volunteering accessible to everyone and address barriers limiting justice, equity, and inclusion for volunteers from diverse backgrounds. Honest reflection on empathy means addressing the real and hidden barriers to volunteering that limit full participation and risks exclusion in our social institutions and communities. We are committed to working with all equity-seeking groups to broaden opportunities and perspectives on ways of engaging in volunteerism.

And to every volunteer, community organization, volunteer centre and workplace that engages and supports volunteers, we offer a heartfelt thank you this National Volunteer Week. As our social recovery takes shape, we encourage you to continue putting your empathy into action.

Dr. Megan Conway is President and CEO of Volunteer Canada – www.volunteer.ca
Annette Vautour is Executive Director of Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc.
www.volunteergreatermoncton.com / a.vautour@volunteergreatermoncton.com / 506-869-6825

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








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!   Our local community non-profits will be looking at ways to honour those individuals that volunteer with so many of our programs and services.  We may not be able to have face to to face ‘Recognition/Celebration’ events due to the Pandemic; however, still want to ‘pay tribute’ to our volunteers.  Volunteer Canada has worked with several non-profit’s across the Country and has created a blog describing the many ways you can ‘virtually thank’ community volunteers. Volunteer Canada website – www.volunteer.ca


June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. The Canadian Constitution recognizes these three groups as Aboriginal peoples, also known as Indigenous peoples.

Although these groups share many similarities, they each have their own distinct heritage, language, cultural practices and spiritual beliefs.

In cooperation with Indigenous organizations, the Government of Canada chose June 21, the summer solstice, for National Aboriginal Day, now known as National Indigenous Peoples Day. For generations, many Indigenous peoples and communities have celebrated their culture and heritage on or near this day due to the significance of the summer solstice as the longest day of the year.

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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.

Recently added volunteer opportunities. 

General Volunteer |  Autism Resource Centre / Centre de ressources sur l’autisme

AGENCY INFORMATION Organization name : Autism Resource Centre / Centre de ressources sur l'autismeFirst name of person making the request : MelodyLast name of person making the request : DobsonPosition : Executive DirectorAddress : 378 Coverdale RoadCity :...

Office/activity assistant | Moncton Lions Community Centre

AGENCY INFORMATION Organization name: Moncton Lions Community CentreFirst name of person making the request: JoanneLast name of person making the request: RichardPosition: Executive DirectorAddress: 473 St George StCity: MonctonProvince : New BrunswickPostal Code:...

Coffee and errands | CNIB

AGENCY INFORMATIONOrganization name: CNIBFirst name of person making the request: DebbieLast name of person making the request: JefferyPosition: FoundationProgram Lead, Recreation & Volunteer EngagementResponsable de programme, loisirs et bénévolatAddress: 525...

Vision Mate for coffee and errands together | CNIB

AGENCY INFORMATIONOrganization name: CNIBFirst name of person making the request: DebbieLast name of person making the request: JefferyPosition: FoundationProgram Lead, Recreation & Volunteer EngagementResponsable de programme, loisirs et bénévolat Address: 525...

As a newcomer, your benefits of becoming a volunteer…

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Application form for newcomers

Volunteering in your new community

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Parkinson Canada

We are looking for people in Moncton who would like to volunteer as Support Group facilitators for local groups.

Parkinson Canada

Direct: 416-227-9700   1-800-565-3000;

Jerlynn.rycroft@parkinson.ca | www.parkinson.ca

Elementary Literacy offers 100% virtually-delivered early reading interventions after school for elementary-aged students in English and French. We are a collaborative, non-profit, NB-based organization that uses proven programming and research-based approaches to help close the literacy gap for students needing support.
Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. Meaning – without you, we couldn’t deliver our programs. The average volunteer donates about 20 hours of their time to this commitment. Join us in preparation for back to school! Interested parties can contact: info@elementaryliteracynb.com

Bénévoles de la marche pour l'alzheimer

Alzheimer Society of N-B| Volunteers needed

Your time is precious – and that’s why it’s so special when you give it. We need volunteers to join our 2022 Walk Planning Committees in the following locations:
🔹 Chaleur Region
🔹 Fredericton
🔹 Acadian Peninsula
🔹 Moncton
🔹 Saint John

Volunteers will meet virtually once a month for one hour between February and May 2022 and represent the Alzheimer Society on the day of the event on the last Sunday in May.

Interested? Please email events@alzheimernb.ca for more information!

More opportunities

For information, click on the green tab bellow the opportunity illustrated.


Be part of this exciting volunteer opportunity held at the Avenir Centre
See men and women, hoist weights over their heads with dynamic speed and power Men and Women fit and agile between the ages of 30 to 80 +

Register as a volunteer

Volunteers Are Needed For

Set up and take down

Registration Desk, Welcome & Hospitality

Opening Ceremonies

Awards Ceremonies

Administrative Duties & Competition Support

Training and Support Provided for all Roles

Register as a volunteer

Contact:  Jill Miller at cantrainpotential@gmail.com

Here is our facebook address:   https://www.facebook.com/Colosseo-Weightlifting-Performance-Association-Inc-104281598014413

Hospice SENB is seeking volunteers in a variety of capacities. If you would be interested in volunteering for as little as three or four hours a week, then we would love to have you onboard. We are currently recruiting for greeters at Maison Albert House and for volunteers to assist us at Boutique Hospice Shoppe as well as other positions as and when they arise. There is also training opportunities available. Come join the volunteer team and get ready to have some fun!

Seeking Volunteers

Hi there. My name is Tori Lutes and I am a Health Promotion Project Coordinator with the Heart & Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick. We are currently seeking numerous volunteers across the province of NB.

Thank you

Tori Lutes <tlutes@hsf.nb.ca>

Seeking Volunteers

While it was able to fill its executive positions, River of Pride, a non-profit representing LGBTQ2+ individuals in Moncton, is struggling to recruit five more board members.

“Although we had four people apply for board positions, only one showed up for the meeting,” River of Pride president Rebecca Rogers said, referring to an annual general meeting held in February.

She said the 2021 Pride parade took in a stationary format, which didn’t go over well with the public or volunteers.

“We definitely overextended ourselves both financially and physically and mentally in terms of getting Pride week going and we did have to end up cancelling a number of events as a result of that,” she said, explaining that they had tried to extend the usual Pride week to two weeks last year.

“This year for us is a rebuilding year and we will do the best we can to have a decent Pride this year with the resources we have.”

River of Pride isn’t alone in needing to rebuild now that the province is dropping all pandemic-related restrictions on March 14, according to Debbi Leblanc, volunteer co-ordinator at the Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick.

The centre, which is partially funded by the Department of Social Development, helps volunteer organizations recruit and structure their organizations, as well as helps volunteers find out where they can help.

Leblanc said she’s hearing from more and more organizations needing help reinstating their volunteer programs.

“I still think maybe that some volunteers are still a little hesitant to not volunteer right now still because of what’s been happening the last two years with the pandemic. I think we sometimes take a step forward and two steps back,” she said in an interview on Thursday.

She says the pandemic restrictions have also made it harder for those who would like to volunteer to find an occasion to do so.

“I have one volunteer contacting me, he wants to go into senior homes and play some music. Well, that’s fantastic but unfortunately, senior homes during the pandemic have not been open to the referral of volunteers.”

She said she’s expecting to be flooded with calls once the restrictions are officially dropped, as some organizations are still hesitant to reinstate programs due to the frequent stops and starts of the pandemic restrictions.

“People are just starting I believe, to put their volunteer programs in place now whereas after March 14th they’ll do the official request because it can change from one day to the next,” she said.

As for River of Pride, Rogers said putting on a Pride parade was the organization’s top priority this year.



We need kitchen help
We need kitchen help anything from cleaning & detailing to preparing & cooking….our programs needs include;

  • Monday AM – volunteers needed to assist in weekly detailing of kitchen – Monday AM
  • Monday – Junior Garden Explorers – volunteers needed 11:30-3:30 – assisting in the preparation and cooking as well as cleanup
  • Tuesday evening – Back to Basics – volunteers needed 6:30-8:30 – assisting in the preparation and cooking as well as cleanup
  • Wednesday evening – Collective Kitchen -volunteers needed 5:45 – 8:00 – assisting in the preparation and cooking as well as cleanup
  • Saturday AM – Junior Chef Academy – volunteers needed 8:00 – 12:00 – assisting in the preparation and cooking as well as cleanup

Angus Dickie
Volunteer Coordinator
Peter McKee Community Centre
475 St. George Street, Moncton, NB E1C 1Y4


Residence – Albert House

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED | We are also seeking volunteers for the Hospice residence to act as greeters, particularly in the evening for the 3- hour shift (6 pm to 9 pm).

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Various Volunteer Positions: Shelter Movers Greater Moncton Chapter

Shelter Movers is a federally incorporated, volunteer-powered non-profit organization that provides free moving and storage services to women and children fleeing abuse currently operating in Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Montreal, Waterloo, and Halifax. Shelter Movers collaborates with women’s shelters, local businesses and law enforcement to support families transitioning to a life free of violence.

We are looking for passionate individuals who are interested in joining a team that is working towards the establishment of a Greater Moncton Area chapter of Shelter Movers. Click on the tabs below, for details.

If interested in applying or discussing these opportunities further, please contact volunteermoncton@sheltermovers.com

Volunteer Services Manager (1) – The Volunteer Services Manager will have an integral role in the administrative team of Shelter Movers Greater Moncton. The Manager will be responsible for the recruitment, retention and recognition of current and future volunteers for Shelter Movers Greater Moncton.

Recruitment Coordinator – The Recruitment Coordinator works within Volunteer Services team to ensure that both Shelter Movers’ organizational needs and individual volunteers’ needs are met as part of a positive, sustainable relationship. This involves recruitment, onboarding, and support of volunteers, as well as administrative duties which consist of conducting interviews and monitoring the Volunteer Services email inbox. The RC contributes to our long-term strategy and is a volunteer’s first point of contact with Shelter Movers.

Training Facilitator – Working with Volunteer Services, a Facilitator plays a vital role in the volunteer recruitment process. The Training Facilitator will be responsible for leading and presenting the Shelter Mover’s Trauma-Informed Care Orientation session to volunteers completing the onboarding process in Greater Moncton.

Engagement Coordinator – The Engagement Coordinator has an integral role in the Volunteer Services team of Shelter Movers. The focus of the Engagement team is to manage the onboarded volunteers’ experience as they volunteer with Shelter Movers, building on the aspects of volunteer retention and engagement in Greater Moncton. This may include celebrating volunteer achievements, monitoring volunteer participation and organizing engagement events.

Marketing and Communications Manager – The Marketing Manager, reporting to the National Communications Specialist, will lead the Marketing team of Shelter Movers Greater Moncton. The main responsibilities will include executing the Marketing and Communications strategy and preparing external communications to the public on behalf of Shelter Movers Greater Moncton.

Social Media Coordinator – The Social Media Coordinator organizes and publishes posts that are created by our team of Content Producers. They ensure that work is delivered on time and that posts have relevant tags and hashtags. They are also responsible for engaging with our partner organizations by liking, sharing, and commenting on their posts using the Shelter Movers brand voice.

Graphic Designer – The Graphic Designer will have an integral role in the Marketing Team of Shelter Movers Greater Moncton. Main responsibilities include planning, designing, and producing graphics and communication materials for promotional use.

Writers – The Writer’s responsibilities include writing original content, copy and concepts across a wide range of mediums. This includes blog posts, social media, fundraising campaigns and email marketing. Other tasks will include editing and publishing writers’ articles and maintaining brand consistency across online channels

Fund Development Manager – The Fund Development Manager will have an integral role in the administrative team of Shelter Movers Greater Moncton. Reporting to the National Fund Development Director and the local Chapter Director, the Fund Development Manager is a self-directed, results-oriented fundraiser. The main responsibilities include building relationships with and securing philanthropic commitments from individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies, with a focus on events, gifts of all value, as well as planned gifts.

Fund Development Coordinator – The Fund Development Coordinator, reporting to the Fund Development Manager, will have an integral role in the Shelter Movers Greater Moncton. The main duties include sourcing and securing various fundraising and sponsorships.

Grant Specialist – Shelter Movers Greater Moncton is looking for a motivated individual with a positive attitude, strong research and written communication skills to help us with grant applications. The grant writer will be reporting to the Fund Development Manager and will be responsible for researching and writing grant proposals to foundations and other grant-making organizations.

Operations Manager – The Operations Manager oversees all aspects of the move operations of Shelter Movers Greater Moncton and works closely with the Chapter Director and National Operations Director to ensure smooth operations. The Operations Manager oversees the: Intake Coordination, Move Coordination, Scheduling, and Lead Movers teams to ensure smooth operations and that all decisions are made with overall wellbeing of the organization, volunteers, and clients in mind.

Move Coordinator – The MC provides coordination before a move, and on-call support on the day of a move. The MC ensures volunteer teams are assembled, and that moves go smoothly; including responding to unforeseen challenges. This involves collecting move-related information from clients and referring agencies, assembling volunteer move teams using a database and email, coordinating the date/time and other logistics of a move, ensuring all clients and volunteers are available, reserving move vehicles, ensuring drivers have the necessary information to pick up vehicles and more.

Intake Coordinator – The IC gathers information to help moves happen safely and smoothly. This involves answering emails and phone calls, and collecting information using templates. When the intake process is complete, the IC reports to the Intake Manager who will assign the move to a Move Coordinator. This role requires professionalism, strong communication skills (by email and phone), and an ability to serve clients with patience and empathy while looking for solutions and managing expectations.

Scheduling Coordinator – The SC recruits volunteers to join move teams working from the Shelter Movers’ database of active volunteers to create, send, and respond to emails. They are the ‘voice’ of Shelter Movers in our volunteers’ inboxes, sharing opportunities to help with positivity, encouragement, a sense of purpose, and the joy of our work.

Mover/Driver (20) – Movers and Drivers are core to the organization by assisting on each move. In a group of 2-7 movers, volunteers will load/unload the client’s belongings into a vehicle and transport the client to the predetermined location. Vehicles are provided for the move, and movers who have a valid driver’s license are welcome to register as drivers. It is Shelter Movers’ hope that all volunteers and employees occasionally participate in moves.

Katimavik’s National Experience Program
Description of Katimavik’s National Experience: Katimavik National Experience is a fully funded, and fully immersive 5.5 month program. The program brings together 11 young, diverse adults who share and manage a Katimavik house while living and doing meaningful volunteer work in two different communities. All expenses related to participation in the program are covered, including transportation to and from the communities, group activities, housing, and meals. Katimavik’s National Experience is funded by the Government of Canada through its Canada Service Corps initiative. The National Experience offers young adults opportunities to gain life skills and work experience while contributing to community development through volunteerism. Katimavik aims to help youth become engaged, caring citizens and capable contributors and leaders for a better Canada. We do this through the development of 21st century skills, experiential learning, and civic engagement. The National Experience is open to all youth aged 17-25 years old and who are citizens, permanent residents or have landed refugee status in Canada.
Position type: Volunteer
Level of Education: All
Location: Across Canada

Katimavik’s National Experience Program
Upcoming Program dates:

– July 13, 2022 – December 14, 2022 (deadline to apply, June 13)
– January 11, 2023 – June 14, 2023
– July 12, 2023 – December 13, 2023

Online applications can be found at: https://katimavik.org/en/we-offer/national-experience/


For 30 years, ENSEMBLE has been helping people who live with complex social challenges.

Our vision is to build a community that fosters diversity, inclusion and health through empowerment and hope. Although we remain at the front line of infectious disease prevention, our work has expanded to include building alliances among other service providers. Our message is that we are all in this together.

Do you spend time thinking about the welfare of others? Want to build a safe space for LGBTQ+ youth to live, learn and love safely? Are you concerned about the effects of the opioid crisis on your community? Yes? Then ENSEMBLE’s Board is looking for new members just like you! We need your ideas, your perspective, and your voice.

As a Board member you will help shape the changes and set the tone for the organization’s future. Your commitment is to nine monthly meetings of two hours or less, plus one to two special meetings for a three-year period.

To find out how you can join the ENSEMBLE Board, please call (506) 859-9616. Ask to speak with Michael Zinck (President) or Debby Warren (Executive Director).

Open the PDF document for all the information

Volunteers wanted

Volunteers wanted for Meals on Wheels Moncton and Dieppe

We need your help

The new centre helps 1,500 low-income families in the Moncton area. We need your help.

Several volunteer opportunities


To greet the clients as they enter the center or call, and ensure they have an appointment and direct them to waiting are to go into intake. Key responsibilities would be: to provide an environment that is safe and non-judgmental, make appointments over phone or walk-ins, ensure that coffee/tea/snacks are available for clients, keeping the area of that station tidy and clean. If the clients list of the day have any reviews scheduled, collecting files from cabinet to ensure that the intake worker receives when the client is called in then return those files at the end of day. Other duties if required, subject to changes.
Qualifications: Excellent customer service skills, Strong communication skills, maintain a positive non-judgmental attitude, Computer skills an asset.
Please contact Monica at 804-4941


This volunteer will meet one on one with the client, which will take place in a private office space allocated for that purpose for confidentiality. Key responsibilities; reviewer may be required to do a financial assessment to reveal the need for the visits to the center for service and offer information and resources. Verifies client is registered in the computer system using their current up to date NB Medicare card for the individual and the others in household if any, verifies the current address. Input info for communicating the notes pertinent to the client and appointment for following visit, food count is recorded
Subject to change, other duties as required
Qualifications: Excellent customer service skills, strong communication skills, positive attitude and non-judgmental, computer skills an asset
Please contact Monica at 804-4941


These volunteers will be able to work well with others, maintain a positive non-judgmental attitude, good communication skills adaptable to change, follow direction from team leaders that we have designated to provide the day to day requirements of product distribution etc. May have duties change on day to day and then helping others if you see the need once you are through for cleaning, defrosting freezers, cleaning lunch area
Qualifications: Ability to follow direction and work as team player, Have a positive attitude, energetic, some mobility, reaching, bending, lifting
Please contact Monica at 804-4941


The receiving of shipments working with the volunteer from warehouse deliveries, and other sources of deliveries there will be a need to wear proper outerwear, footwear weather pending. Needs to have the ability to have a good communication with all other workers to inform the product information, quantity and other. There is a day to day change and adaptability to the changes and other working volunteers. Team player is a must. Ability to move, bend, lift, fast paced at times environment
Other Key responsibilities: Clean work space, safety and respect for others working, creating crates and following food guides for expiry or other conditions to be safe. Work flow for everyone sharing that work space. Replenishing out front stock as needed, product code marking, sorting, packing, repacking, portioning.
And any other duties as required and subject to change
Qualifications: Ability to follow direction well and adapt to change, work as a team player and liaison between center and depot at times , physically challenging at times, lifting, bending, reaching, keeping area clean and tidy maintain always fire exit clearings. Maintain a positive attitude.
Please contact Monica at 804-4941


Volunteers can be responsible for overall maintenance of the front garden beds, property landscape, and the Community Garden in the back. Duties include pulling weeds, prepping soil, adding soil, planting, watering and tending to the plants, cleaning the parking lot and grass area, picking up garbage around the property, other general cleaning and care taking.
Time requirement- one to 5 shifts per week Please contact Chantal Executive Director Chantal.senecal@fooddepot.ca


Volunteers can develop and facilitate mini workshops on subjects related to food security, finances, mental health, and basic life skills.
Time requirement – as schedule allows. Please contact Chantal Executive Director Chantal.senecal@fooddepot.ca


A volunteer that would like to lead a group of community members in an activity that utilizes the Medavie Community Kitchen and aligns with its mandate. Have an idea for an activity or group? Have kitchen expertise? The Medavie Community Kitchen is looking for facilitators and program leaders to fill out its activity calendar. Please contact our kitchen coordinator at adam.obrien@fooddepot.ca


Any one who wants to participate in the Medavie Community Kitchen. No expertise or cooking skill needed. Just a positive attitude and a will to help. From food preservation, community meals, fundraising and more; the Medavie Community Kitchen will need an amazing crew to work! To join the Crew, contact our kitchen coordinator at adam.obrien@fooddepot.ca

Family Enrolment Support

The Military Family Resource Centre is looking for volunteers to assist at military enrolment ceremonies around the province of New Brunswick, specifically in Moncton and Saint John. Responsibilities for this volunteer role would include welcoming the families of the new military member and offering them information about the services the MFRC offers and our role in supporting the family. We would also ask that the family be presented the military family insignia and be told the significance of being a part of the military community. Training for this opportunity will be provided.

If you are interested in assisting with this opportunity please sign up or contact
Here is the link to the our volunteer site, and application form.
Family Enrolment application form

CSC volunteers

Join the many Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) volunteers who are making a difference every day and contribute to the safety of your community.

CSC is committed to achieving a skilled, diverse volunteer base that reflects the cultural diversity of our offender population.

Community volunteers help released offenders re-adjust to life in the community.

CSC Community volunteers:

  • Act as a positive role model
  • Work with offenders from various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds
  • Help offenders access services to re-direct their lives into our communities
  • Play an important role in the rehabilitation process.

If you are over the age of majority in your province and are willing to undergo security screening and training, you could have what it takes to be a CSC Volunteer.

Contact Jill Esson via e-mail districtcommunityvolunteer.gen-atl@csc-scc.gc.ca for further information.

Kitchen helpers needed

Require two people each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 11AM to 1 pm to assist in serving food or cleaning dishes. lunch included. Very rewarding work helping us feed 150 + people a day who need a hot meal.

Requirements: 16 years of age +
13-17 with adult supervision

Fully Accessible Workplace
Language for the opportunity: English and French are an asset

Basement St. John’s United Church, corner of Alma and Victoria
Person in charge of volunteer:
Bruce Lawson, Manager
506 854-3837

Volunteers for the recycling program.

Call for Volunteers The Riverview Boys & Girls Club is looking for volunteers to help with their recycling program.

We are going to expand with a west end depot and we are looking for help sorting the recyclables that get dropped off by residents. It can be any time on any day that is convenient for you. We have a small building that will have all the necessary equipment for sorting, such as the big bags and gloves.

If you have a few hours a week or an evening that you can give a couple of hours to drop by, we would be very appreciative.

You can get more details on how to help the “Enviro-Kids” program by calling either Lynda at 387-7070 or Nigel at 866-1372.

Our Food Southeast NB

Steering Committee Members (2-3)
Term: 2 years (with renewal)
Hours: 5-10 per month

Our Food Southeast New Brunswick (Our Food SENB) is a regional network, consisting of individuals and organizations who work to increase access to healthy, just, and sustainable food. Our Food SENB works in partnership with the United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick. We support the food movement in Southeast NB by working together to grow connections and make easy, fair, and sustainable food access a reality for all. We believe that food provides common ground for working together and supporting vibrant communities, resilient people, and healthful lands.
Open the PDF document for all the information

United Way: Helpers needed

Do you have some time to help people in your community? We’d love to have you!
We’re looking for volunteers to help in our kitchen or to deliver meals (Monday and Thursday mornings) safely to vulnerable citizens.
Please contact Liz at ltracy@moncton.unitedway.ca for more information. Thank you!

Join our Board of Directors

We are growing!
Greater Moncton Girls+ Rock Inc. is looking for an individual to join our Board of Directors-specifically someone with skills in the area of law and youth between the ages of 11-17.

Our organization empowers youth through music, mentorship and selfconfidence building. We offer music programs to underrepresented groups in the local music community – Girls, Transgender, Gender Nonconforming and Two-Spirit youth. Our board members govern and oversee the organization, using their vision and ideas to guide the organization in making a difference for youth in our community. The board meets quarterly to discuss and vote on specific issues. They also attend our public and private events.

If you are interested in volunteering to join the Greater Moncton Girls+ Rock Board of Directors, please submit your interest to the following email address: monctongirlsrock@gmail.com by Jan 1st, 2021.

Any questions about becoming a director or a mentor can be directed to
Ilisha French, Operations Director,
at monctongirlsrock@gmail.com

New initiative ages 15-30

Good morning,

My name is Kayla Cruickshank, YCAN Coordinator for YMCA Moncton

30 War Veterans Ave, Moncton NB, E1C 0B3

I am writing to let you know about a new initiative for youth ages 15-30 to gain personal and professional skills engaging in the development and implementation of community service projects.

The YMCA of Greater Toronto with the support of Employment and Social Development Canada are excited to announce the launch of the YMCA Community Action Network. We will support groups of youth to identify a community need, plan, and execute a service project over the course of 120 hours. I will be providing training and support on creating and maintaining effective group dynamics, identifying community needs, selecting project ideas, developing a project plan, community and stakeholder engagement, executing a plan, problem solving, project evaluation and wrap up.

We are looking to create these projects with marginalized and underrepresented youth, meeting them where they are at, to increase their skills, confidence and community engagement.

There are no prerequisites, however a registration form will need to be completed before volunteering can begin.

I am looking for 10-15 volunteers.


Kayla Cruickshank

YMCA Community Action Network Coordinator |


YMCA of Greater Moncton| YMCA du Grand Moncton

30 War Veterans Ave | 30 ave des anciens combattants   Moncton, NB   E1C 0B3

T: 506-857-0606   C : 506-857-9696   F: 506-859-8198   

E:  kayla.cruickshank@ymcamoncton.ca 


Volunteer with Girl Guides and unleash her potential

Imagine a place where you can spark extraordinary moments for girls in your community. As a Girl Guide volunteer, you’ll inspire girls and be their mentor as they explore new challenges, develop ready-for-anything skills and empower each other along the way. Picture all of the fun, adventure and confidence-building moments – that’s what you’ll help create for girls, and for yourself, too. As a Girl Guide volunteer, you’ll change their world – and your own. Interested in volunteering?

Open the PDF document for all the information

Girl Guides Tidewater Area c/o Louise Poulter, AC 317 Pascal Ave. Dieppe, NB E1A 2C8 nb-tidewaterac@girlguides.ca

We need Several volunteers

Food DEPOT Alimentaire (FDA) is a registered non-profit charity that services more than 30 agencies including food banks, community soup kitchens, supportive organizations and school lunch/after-school programs in southeastern New Brunswick. We need your help.


FDA operates three delivery trucks from our warehouse. Driver’s license certification for 5 Ton (Class 5 *air brakes), Class 5 for Cube Vans, driving abstracts and a demonstration of ability will be required prior to drivers being allowed to operate the delivery trucks.
FDA certified personnel will assist potential drivers/operators to become qualified by providing equipment orientation sessions. FDA equipment and vehicles shall be operated by authorized personnel only who are expected to accept responsibility for the safe operation of the equipment or vehicle at all times.
Contact: Ken.Canning@fooddepot.ca


Valid certificate of training and a demonstration of ability will be required prior to operation of warehouse forklift. We use Power Jacks in our warehouse as well as hand jacks, training is provided and steel toe foot ware is a requirement.
Contact Ken.canning@fooddepot.ca


Volunteers in our Warehouse sort and mark off bar codes of the food we collect from food drives, as well as food collected on a daily basis from our local stores and businesses, cans and dry goods are checked for expiry dates and damages. Volunteers help in the preparation of food orders that we send to 33 Agencies in South East New Brunswick.
Contact: Ken.canning@fooddepot.ca


Several times per year Food Depot Alimentaire has on site events where we collect food and donations, Volunteers greet people and accept the food with the assistance of FDA staff, it is then brought back to our warehouse on 330 MacNaughton Ave for processing.
Contact Chantal.Senecal@fooddepot.ca


Volunteers would assist our Administrative Manager with Filing of receipts, answering phones, and light office duties as well as recording and tracking of volunteer hours

Contact: Chantal.senecal@fooddepot.ca


Our warehouse offices require light duty dusting and cleaning a few times per week, there is no heavy lifting required and any help is greatly appreciated.
Contact: Ken.canning@fooddepot.ca


Our Mission:

Family and Early Childhood Anglophone East Inc. is committed to assisting parents with the challenging task or raising young children according to their individual needs and potential


INTEGRITY:  professionalism built on competence, confidentiality and transparency

Education: Inspiring the building of knowledge, skills and connections

RELATIONSHIP WELLNESS:  with self and others built upon respect for individual strengths, differences, and priorities.

We apply these values in our work and champion them in our community.


Families with children from Birth through eight who have a moderate to high developmental delay, or who are at risk for the same.

Services: for said families

  • In-home support and intervention for children and parents needs
  • Groups addressing various areas of parenting; developmental and behavioral practises
  • Attachment therapy
  • Overseeing and approving Developmental Child Care in Early Learning Centres
  • Administering the EYE-DA and offering follow-up services for those children who identified as meeting criteria for our service

A not-for-profit agency with a contract for service contract from the Department of Education

Our board consists or 12 individuals with diverse backgrounds.

Meetings are held once a month with non during July and August

We are seeking candidates who may be interested in serving their community in a volunteer capacity.  We would like to have board members with some expertise in the following areas but would also encourage others with different areas of interest,

  • Media and communications 
  • Human Resources
  • Legal/Governance 
  • Advocacy

Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/faecae

Phone: (506)853-3061 (Local) OR 1-855-238-3694 (Toll Free) / Fax: (506) 853-0600

50 Cameron Street, Suite 102, Moncton NB, E1C 9A9

Why volunteer with us?
Why volunteer with us?
“Volunteering for Hospice SENB has shown me just how important compassion can be in changing lives and how easy it is to do! A gentle hug, holding a hand warmly, a smile or listening attentively…..little actions that show people you care. Even as one person, it is possible to make a difference in another’s life. And the rewards far exceed the effort and sometimes the heartbreak. I have found great comfort and peace through helping others to experience their own.”
– Betty, Shoppe and Residence Volunteer
Sign up here to volunteer with us! https://hospicesenb.ca/volunteer/
Join in the construction

Grab your hammers! Habitat for Humanity Moncton is looking for volunteers to join in the construction of the El Terek family home in Dieppe.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. No experience necessary. Opportunities available between July and October 2021.
Sign up: https://habitatmoncton.com/build-volunteer/

Join our Board of Directors SENB

Who We Are:

We are a local voluntary non-profit association working with partners to build inclusive communities and enhance the lives of children, youth and adults with intellectual, developmental disabilities and their families. Our members include people with intellectual, developmental disabilities, families and community members. Together we are dedicated to advancing rights, promoting interests and abilities and building awareness as we work to support full citizenship for all. What We Are Looking For: We are seeking candidates who value inclusion and diversity, are engaged and honest, act with integrity, have strong networking capabilities, have a passion for fundraising and most importantly get the job done. The Board’s Nominating Committee is currently seeking applications.

Board Activities:

Promotion of Association
Participation in fundraising
Support Executive Director
Succession planning
Oversight, planning, support and evaluation of operations and finance
Time Commitment:
Our association heavily relies on fundraising, and we usually have four fundraisers a year. You will be asked to volunteer throughout your term on the board as well as attend board meetings once a month. Previous board experience desired but not necessary, non-experienced applicants should have received or be willing to receive formal board training. If you believe you have the time required for this schedule, please submit your interest including a small bio highlighting your areas of expertise to contactus@inclusionadvocacy. ca with Nomination in the subject line by May 26, 2021.


Volunteer drivers for Urban Rural Rides have provided a great service during the pandemic and we thank them! For the safety of volunteers and clients Covid protocols are still followed during rides and NTD Moncton is thrilled to help maintain their supply of N95 PPE! Keeping these drivers and clients safe helps to keep our communities driving forward!
Dave-Allan Gouthro

Urban/Rural Rides – Transport Urbain/Rural
City of Moncton

Connection NB Logo
I shall take this opportunity to firstly wish everyone a Happy New Year. Here’s hoping you returned from the Holidays refreshed, rested and ready to conquer 2022.

From Connection NB Moncton I’m very pleased to inform everyone that Connection NB is steaming forth. We are on line to achieve our anticipated start date this January. We have a couple volunteers in training (always needing to onboard more) and are already receiving participant referrals.

I look forward to working with each of you in your communities and to bring our services to Seniors across Greater Moncton. If you know someone needing more information (volunteers or participants) please refer them to our site: connectionnb.redcross.ca.

Do feel free to keep in touch as I look forwards to hearing from you soon.

Gilmond Savoie (506)269-0221
Community Coordinator – Connection NB -Coordonnateur Communautaire
Canadian Red Cross | Croix-Rouge canadienne
gilmond.savoie@redcross.ca | www.redcross.ca | www.croixrouge.ca

At Volunteer Canada we continue to work towards our mission of providing national leadership and expertise on volunteerism to increase the participation, quality, and diversity of volunteer experiences. As such, we are seeking new board and committee members to support an organizational commitment to engage diverse views to help shape the future of volunteering across the country.

We specifically welcome applications from individuals in the following under-represented groups: Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, new Canadians, LBGQT2S+ and youth.

To ensure broad geographical representation, we are actively recruiting individuals living in the Prairie Provinces, Atlantic Canada, and the North, although all are welcome to apply. Furthermore, if you have skills in finance, government relations, fundraising, or business, we would love to hear from you.

If you want to bring your voice, skills and passion to Volunteer Canada, download our application form in English or French. Please send any questions or completed applications to nomination@volunteer.ca.

We also encourage you to share this information with your networks.

Debbi LeBlanc Volunteer Coordinator and Trevor Condo, RCMP.

The Volunteer Centre would like to thank the RCMP for a $ 500.00 donation that will go towards helping families that are less fortunate during this Holiday Season!

A special thank you to Cst. Trevor Condo who coordinated this donation with the help of Cst. Nathaniel Phinney, Cst. Dwayne Woodman and Cpl. Kevin Glode, RCMP.

Photo: Debbi LeBlanc, Volunteer Coordinator, Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick receiving a cheque from Cst. Trevor Condo, RCMP.

Shelter movers logo

New community initiative

 Information poster

Thank You so much to the Volunteer Centre for donating this 65” 4K TV to our farm project.

Annette Vautour, Volunteer Centre and Charles Burrell, Humanity Project. Facebook/The Humanity Project Canada.

Thank you volunteers

Urban/Rural Rides is a community transportation service driven by volunteer drivers. In photo above are some of our amazing volunteers. We had the pleasure of spoiling them at an ‘Appreciation Event’ in December.

Breakfast was prepared by volunteers at the Riverview Lions Club who also hosted the event. The food was delicious and they were gracious hosts who made the event a joy.

The drivers were all given a new hoodie with the Urban/Rural Rides logo on it and a certificate of appreciation. Some were even lucky enough to go home with door prizes that included beautiful stained glass ornaments donated by Don and Diane Wilson and chocolates.

The event ended with an open mic where drivers got to share stories and experiences. One driver shared the joy it was to have been able to drive a hospice patient to her last wish visit with her family at the beach.

Another driver shared how touched they were when driving a senior who had not been to get an ice cream in many, many years. They took a detour to grab an ice cream cone and that small moment of joy is one that will never be forgotten.

ESIC and the CINs invite you to watch a newly-released video promoting Community Transportation services in NB.

Are you a senior and has Covid-19 had you more isolated than usual? Have you had difficulty making meaningful connections and accessing supports? Loneliness is tough – especially if you live alone!
The Salvation Army’s KEENAGERS group has been on hiatus for a little while and we are happy to announce that we will begin to meet again in the coming days. KEENAGERS is a monthly fellowship and support group for seniors (55+). If you (or someone you know) are looking for meaningful social activities that promote healthy living and social inclusion, encourage physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness, and assist in navigating community resources, send us a msg or give us a call!
Details are attached for our next event.
Please be assured that all Covid-19 safety measures will be respected, and protocols will be in place.

Natasha Burkett
Director, The Salvation Army Moncton Community & Family Services
32 King Street Moncton, NB E1C 3M2

Are you living in poverty or have you lived in poverty? Your perspective and input could be a valuable asset to the ESIC Board of Directors. If you would be interested in sitting on the board, apply here

Director Urban/Rural Rides

A message to our community:
For over a year our team at Harvest House has worked hard with various agencies to develop a plan to assist our unhoused and substance abuse community with a safe place to go in the event of a COVID outbreak. As a result, we had developed a robust Pandemic Plan to help guide this process.

Read more

Volunteer Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Megan Conway as President and Chief Executive Officer.
Volunteer Canada is excited about the appointment of Megan who has a strong track record of building organizations and teams in the social purpose and academic sectors. She is skilled at generating impact and in building community-focused initiatives that resonate with diverse stakeholders. As the country begins to look forward to rebuilding beyond COVID-19, Volunteer Canada believes it has a pivotal role to play in supporting and mobilizing a healthy and strong voluntary sector that will enable strong and more connected communities.
Dr. Conway will assume the position at the end of November 2021.

Thursday, November 5
On behalf of the team at the Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc. we say Hats Off to the folks in your organization who coordinate and manage the volunteers that serve your organization! We couldn’t do what we do without you!
A great big virtual hug!

Annette Vautour
VCB Executive Director

Community Transportation

𝐃𝐢𝐝 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐤𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐞𝐱𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐬 𝐚 𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐮𝐧𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐒𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐢𝐧 𝐍𝐞𝐰 𝐁𝐫𝐮𝐧𝐬𝐰𝐢𝐜𝐤? Affordable, accessible and safe, this service is available in many NB communities for people looking to access essential services!
Know more: https://www2.gnb.ca/…/esic/community-transportation.html

Hi friends! We’re looking for volunteers to do pandemic screening at our clinic! We will welcome you with open arms, and coffee! If interested, message us on Facebook or send an email to salvusclinicinc@gmail.com THANK YOU! 💜

PPE Video created by WA Transpo
The PPE Video’s follow Public Health protocols and were recorded by Paramedic’s. Please share.
Stay safe!

Integration Through Volunteering

Oct.3rd, 2019 – For many new comer families one spouse is gainfully employed while the other isnt. With time on their hands and feeling a little lost in a new place volunteering is one way to feel more at home in the community. The Volunteer Bureau for Southeast New Brunswick launched a video project that explains to new comers why volunteering can be a win-win. And its been done in several third-languages. The Executive Director of the VBSENB Annette Vautour now says their project has garnered national attention.


Newcomers volunteering

How can your organization make volunteering more accessible for newcomers?

 Encouraging Newcomer Immigrants to get involved in their new community

Multi-lingual (5 languages) promotion video

Please refer to the following instructions on viewing and downloading the videos to your website.

  1. Volunteer Center home page
  2. Scroll to the VOLUNTEER OPP. SECTION.
  3. Under Volunteering in your new community VIDEOS, click on the language of your choice.
  4. The video will open on a new webpage.
  5. You can share the video. To download it on your own webpage, put your cursor on the video and open the context menu. (A context menu also called shortcut or pop-up menu is a menu that appears upon a right-click mouse operation.) Click on ‘copy the integration code’. Paste the code where you want on your own webpage.

New food bank support system made easier after COVID-19 connections

CBC News · Posted: Aug 19, 2020 – Chantal Senecal, executive director of the Food Depot Alimentaire, says COVID-19 has changed many things for food banks across New Brunswick. (Vanessa Blanch/CBC)

Learn more

Charity that provides affordable rides desperate for volunteers
Social Sharing

Program can’t manage demand as provincial COVID-19 restrictions loosen

Getting to medical appointments was a continual worry for Bruce Moore, whose health issues required him to travel from his home in Sackville to appointments in Moncton fairly often.

But without a car or the money to pay the $140 round trip taxi fare, he was left with few options.

Then, three years ago, he discovered Urban/Rural Rides… Learn more

Volunteer Canada is very excited to share with you that the new Canada Service Corps has launched!


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a new national service initiative for Canadian youth. This initiative will provide a number of ways for youth to engage in service to their communities, including an online volunteer matching platform, created in collaboration with Volunteer Canada. This platform will enable young Canadians to find and be matched with volunteer opportunities locally and across the country!


Find more information about Youth Service Canada and the new youth volunteer opportunities platform:

VMPC-Volunteer Management Professionals of Canada

Help us gather feedback🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ on volunteering during the pandemic. There are different surveys depending on the experience you had as a volunteer or as an organization.

Volunteer Canada, in collaboration with spinktank and VMPC invite you to take part in this survey, a follow up to our earlier survey in Spring 2020. Your insights and experiences will help us plan for the coming months as we continue to support organizations to better engage volunteers.

Awesome volunteer community effort! http://becauselove.mw.church/


We have rooms available for meeting or training purposes.

Training Room comfortably accommodates 25 people at table or 45 people in theatre style
$30.00 per hour / $70.00 for a 3 hour period / $130.00 full day
Fill out a request form.


CRANDALL students volunteering

An initiative of Crandall University as part of the Community Practicum (CCP)
Volunteer opportunities

U de M students volunteering

An initiative of FÉÉCUM (Fédération des étudiantes et étudiants du Campus universitaire de Moncton)
Volunteer opportunities

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


Attendant Care Position available, work in a fun, casual team atmosphere in a downtown apartment complex assisting people with physical disabilities. No experience necessary, training/orientation will be provided. Screening procedures are mandatory. Medical benefits available to all employees. This is a 24/7 work environment, the position is part-time with possibility of full-time hours. Flexibility in scheduling is required.

Starting salary: $14.05 per hour.
Email :
or call 506-382-9386 for more information.