Volunteer Calgary has played a key role in the development of volunteerism in Calgary for over 50 years. Through our services, we work to strengthen the ability of more than 450 member organizations to manage volunteers and we connect thousands of Calgarians with unique volunteer opportunities in their community.
What we do!
Volunteer Calgary has been helping people get involved in their community for over half a century. Our three years Strategic Directions lays out an action plan for Volunteer Calgary to achieve our mission.
Our vision is to one day see all Calgarians taking responsibility for creating a healthy and caring community by getting involved in local issues. When our vision becomes a reality, our community will reflect a warm and caring place where diversity is accepted, the basic needs of all citizens are met, and citizens routinely look out for one another.
Volunteer Calgary’s programs are developed to support our members or help connect Calgarians to more opportunities to volunteer. Programs like Employee Volunteering have been specifically developed to provide highly skilled volunteers and corporations with access to volunteer roles that directly support the needs of the non-profit organizations in Calgary. Programs like the Leadership Awards and CTV VIP program provide the means to recognize and celebrate the amazing volunteers throughout our city that strengthen our communities each day. Our Training and Consulting programs offer specialized instruction to our member organizations to help them increase their ability to engage, recruit and manage their own volunteers.
Volunteer Calgary Library
How do I become a Volunteer Calgary Library Borrower?
Please visit the library in person to fill in a library borrower form. A library borrower registration form can also be downloaded, completed and sent to the Volunteer Calgary Library. To see the registration policy and complete the borrower registration form from the Volunteer Calgary website.
How long can I keep the materials?
Where can I find sources of funding for my organization?
Does Volunteer Calgary sell any resources?