Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick
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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.
Encouraging Newcomer Immigrants to get involved in their new community
Multi-lingual (5 languages)
Click on the language of your choice.
The video will open on a new WEB page. You can share the video. To download it on your own webpage, put your cursor on the video and open the context menu. Click on ‘copy the integration code’. Paste the code where you want on your own webpage.
Arabic, Filipino, Korean, Mandarin, Russian, English
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Thank You so much to the Volunteer Centre for donating this 65” 4K TV to our farm project.
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.
ESIC and the CINs invite you to watch a newly-released video promoting Community Transportation services in NB.
Congratulations to our partners Urban/Rural Rides – Transport Urbain/Rural recipient of the Lt. Gov. Excellence in Aging Award! Felicitations a Kirstin et Kelly!
Video of the event
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)
Charity that provides affordable rides desperate for volunteers
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
The PPE Video’s follow Public Health protocols and were recorded by Paramedic’s. Please share.