Celebrating National Volunteer Week 2022
April 24 – 30
Richmond celebrated National Volunteer Week with a campaign that highlighted nine special volunteers that have made a difference in our City.
Select each photo below to learn more about each of these generous people and how they have contributed to make Richmond a better place for everyone!
Whether you would like to utilize your special skills, explore career choices, meet new people or become a valuable member of a team, the City of Richmond and a wide range of community partners offer short and long-term volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas. City of Richmond Volunteer Guidebook.
Select the blue button below to find out more about volunteer opportunities.
or call one of the following facilities directly:
- Richmond Aquatic Services
- Richmond Arts Centre
- Richmond Art Gallery
- Britannia Heritage Shipyard
- London Farm
- Richmond Museum
- Richmond Nature Park
- Minoru Centre for Active Living
- Cambie Community Centre
- City Centre Community Centre
- Hamilton Community Centre
- Sea Island Community Centre
- South Arm Community Centre
- Steveston Community Centre
- Thompson Community Centre
- West Richmond Community Centre
Visit Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives to explore other volunteer opportunities in Richmond.
Volunteer Management Strategy 2018-2021
The Volunteer Management Strategy 2018-2021 was endorsed by Council in September 2018. This document focuses on supporting volunteers in their development and achievement of their personal goals, as well as further supporting City, partner and affiliate staff who work closely with volunteers. By reaching out to various community partners, staff strengthened the strategy to ensure its initiatives and action items detailed would be impactful.
View the Volunteer Management Strategy 2018-2021 for more details.