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Community Foundation, Mission


Who We Are: The Mission Community Foundation is an incorporated, non-profit society guided by a local independent Board of Directors. The Foundation holds and administers private resources entrusted to it for the common good of the community of Mission. The Foundation is non-political and non-partisan and is a registered charity under the Canadian Income Tax Act. People who give to the Mission Foundation care deeply about their community and their city. The Foundation respects and understands this level of care. Its Board of Directors accepts gifts and bequests in confidence and professionally manages them so the earnings on the ever growing, invested capital work in perpetuity for the betterment of Mission. The Mission Foundation embodies a simple concept People working together can make a difference for Mission!


Seeing Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - tell us what opportunities you have.


Email: info@missioncommunityfoundation.org

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Mission Community Foundation Website

Canadian Cancer Society


Who We Are: When you join our nationwide team, you have the combined strength of volunteers from across the country standing behind you to help you make a difference in someone’s life.
About 15,000 people in British Columbia and the Yukon lend their hands and hearts to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of people living with cancer. If you would like to join our volunteer team, click here to search for opportunities, based on your interests and preferences. 


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Volunteering with the Society is a great opportunity for you to make a positive impact in your community, be part of a team, share your experience, learn new skills and develop lasting friendships. Volunteers are critical to our accomplishments and we wouldn’t be able to support, inform and empower those touched by cancer without you. Once you have applied to volunteer, you can sign up to attend a volunteer orientation, share volunteer opportunities with friends, log your volunteer time and accomplishments, and review your past involvement.

Email: mission@bc.cancer.ca

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Canadian Cancer Society Website

Communities In Bloom


Who We Are: Communities in Bloom is a Canada-wide non-profit organization with international affiliations dedicated to recognizing community projects that involve heritage, environmental awareness, and beautification.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Local judges toured the community in June and left a notice at the doors of houses, institutions, schools, and businesses that these local judges assessed as attractive. Environmental awareness activities

  • Tree/urban forestry, Floral displays, Landscaping, Tidiness, Natural & Cultural Heritage Conservation

For a mere $5, you can become part of the Society’s membership, attend general meetings, provide input into annual planning, and learn more about our efforts to be the a more beautiful and livable community.

Email: ComminBloom@gmail.com

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Communities in Bloom Website

Centennial Place


Who We Are: The clubhouse model, of which Centennial Place belongs to, seeks to demonstrate that all individuals have the ability to manage their mental wellness and live productive and meaningful lives. Centennial Place offers hope, encouragement and opportunities to individuals, who reclaim their lives through a supportive environment that focuses on the person’s strengths and talents rather than their weaknesses. Centennial Place is a community in which individuals work side-by-side as colleagues to manage all aspects of its day to day running. We work together as a group and create opportunities for members to return to school, gain employment, connect with their families, make new friends and create multiple successes.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Areas in which members contribute at Centennial Place include; Front reception, the coffee bar, yard maintenance and gardening, or household cleaning, as well as participating and facilitating in various programs and activities. Recovery starts with the supportive relationships that form when people work together for a common cause.

Email: rjeffery@communitascare.com

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Centennial House Website

Catholic Church, St. Joseph's 


Who We Are: We, the Catholic community of St. Joseph, Mission, BC, are called to holiness (oneness with the Father, through Jesus Christ and with the fellowship of the Holy Spirit) and to share it with others locally and with the rest of God’s children.  We are strengthened in our universal vocation as disciples of Christ by making the Holy Eucharist the source and summit of our day-to-day life. We are distinct in our mission to bring the redemptive love of Christ to everyone we meet, by the way we abide in His Word.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - Tell us what opportunities you have.


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St. Joseph's Catholic Church Website

Community Living, Mission Association - MACL


Who We Are:  For the past 58 years, Mission Association for Community Living (MACL) has provided services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. MACL maintains an on-going commitment to respond to the needs of individuals and families. The organization offers a wide variety of training, residential, respite, social development, social/recreational and employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities.  MACL is a place where children and adults of all abilities are supported along their journeys. Our work is guided by our values, experience and history and draws from strong roots in the community. MACL recognizes the rights of everyone to have a full range of life choices, including access to education, affordable and appropriate housing, leisure options, gainful employment and participation in the community. We believe that a healthy community encourages the involvement of everyone!


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Mission Association for Community Living (MACL) has a need for volunteers who are willing to help in the following areas:

  • Fundraising promotion
  • Event set-up and take down
  • Event photography
  • Occasional landscaping and pruning
  • Occasional moving and dump removal
  • WordPress expertise (help in the times when we are stumped by our website!)

Email: macl@macl.bc.ca

Contact Number: (604) 826-9080

MACL Facebook

MACL - Mission Association for Community Living Website

Community Archives, Mission


Who We Are: Operated by the Mission District Historical Society, the Mission Community Archives serves as a central repository for all community records that document the social, economic, and political development of the District of Mission and the Fraser Valley Regional District Electoral Areas.  The holdings include the records of individuals and families, arts and community organizations, clubs and local businesses and some local government. The archives also maintain a small reference collection pertaining to the history of the municipality, genealogical research, and the administration of archives.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - tell us what opportunities you have.


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Mission Community Archives Website

Community Services Society, Mission - MCSS


Who We Are: We’re here to empower and support the unique needs of youth, children, adults, immigrants and seniors in our community.  We encourage those seeking support to contact us directly at 604-826-3634 to find out which of our 28 programs can best suit them.  We want you to interact with us.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Are you needing to give back to your community, to have a direct impact on your neighbourhood, and build new friendships?  Do you want to help make substantial change in your community? We have numerous opportunities available for people just like you.  At Mission Community Services Society, we work with you to find volunteer positions that will maximize your experience and have the greatest impact on our community. 


Email: info@missioncommunityservices.com

Contact Number: 604.826.3634

Mission Community Services Society Website

Community Connections, Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who We Are: We provide support to newcomers who hope to become Canadian citizens. 

  • Provide information about English language programs (LINC).
  • Provide information about accessing no/low-cost medical/dental clinics
  • Provide community resource links to information about landlord/tenant rights
  • Provide information about community volunteering and/or paid positions.
  • Explain how to take public transit, purchase transit tickets and passes, and obtain transit maps.
  • Explain where and how to obtain a driver’s licence and assist with forms
  • Provide information about where to apply for income assistance
  • Assist with setting-up bank accounts and other banking services if required
  • Assist with applying for Permanent Resident Cards and other visas.
  • Outreach to all newly-arrived families
  • Information and Orientation sessions


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Are you needing to give back to your community, to have a direct impact on your neighbourhood, and build new friendships?  Do you want to help make substantial change in your community? We have numerous opportunities available for people just like you.  At Mission Community Services Society, we work with you to find volunteer positions that will maximize your experience and have the greatest impact on our community. Give us a call at 604-826-3634 or email us.

Email: info@missioncommunityservices.com

Contact Number: 604.826.3634

Community Connections - Mission Community Services Society Website

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Child and Youth Care Association of BC - CYC


Who We Are: Child and Youth Care work is a profession based on the interaction between the child, the practitioner and the systems they both exist within. It must be the goal of all child and youth care services and practitioners to provide the physical, emotional, social and spiritual environments which will optimize the developmental opportunities for the child in her / his milieu, as well as for the practitioner in his or her work environment.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants:

  • 2018 Conference Planning
  • Social Planning and Fundraising/Events
  • Training and Resources (teach and share!)
  • Member Services
  • Communications (Web/Social Media)
  • Research Projects


Email: admin@cycabc.com

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CYC Website

Community Skills Centre, Mission - MCSC


Who We Are: Mission Community Skills Centre Society's vision is to be a starting point for tomorrow's leaders. We believe that years from now, the Mission Community Skills Centre Society will be recognized as the place that launched the careers of business and community leaders who continue to contribute to a vibrant society.  We are committed to excellence in all of our activities and we pride ourselves on the reputation that we have attained in the academic, business and employment communities. Our standards of service and program quality are high and these standards are reflected in the positive outcome of our graduates and participants.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - tell us what opportunities you have.


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Mission Community Skills Centre Website

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Camp Luther


Who We Are: "Kids need camp. Today, like never before, teens and pre-teens are under tremendous pressure. Self-doubt, peer pressure, substance abuse, self injury and a myriad of harmful voices nag at kids every day. Even kids who have a strong support structure face obstacles. Camp provides opportunities for students to pull away and get a breather – to catch a vision for the bigger picture of their lives. 

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - Tell us what opportunities you have.

Email: email@campluther.ca

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Camp Luther Website

Start where you are.

Use what you have.

Do what you can.

Arthur Ashe


Christmas Bureau, Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who We Are: Mission Christmas Bureau can bring tears of joy to those less fortunate at this  special time of the year.  For decades, MCSS Christmas hampers have been filled with festive food and presents for children and adults.  Gifts often are a close match to those who register their “wish lists.”  Last year the bureau created 711 hampers, 360 for families and  351 for adults who are single or sign on as a couple.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Are you needing to give back to your community, to have a direct impact on your neighbourhood, and build new friendships?  Do you want to help make substantial change in your community? We have numerous opportunities available for people just like you.  At Mission Community Services Society, we work with you to find volunteer positions that will maximize your experience and have the greatest impact on our community. Give us a call at 604-826-3634 or email us.

Email: info@missioncommunityservices.com

Contact Number: 604.826.3634

Christmas Bureau - Mission Community Services Society Website

Clarke Theatre


Who We Are: The Clarke Foundation Theatre opened in 1996 with a gala celebration, a culmination of years of hard work and fund raising. Since that time it has been the cultural hub of the community of Mission with hundreds of presentations highlighting the enormous wealth of local as well as Canadian and international talent. The Clarke Theatre is owned and operated by the Mission School District, No. 75 and is a multi-purpose facility for civic and touring events.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - tell us what opportunities you have.

Email: bronwen.sutherland@mpsd.ca

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Clarke Theatre Website

Curling Club, Mission Granite


Who We Are: Your Mission Granite Curling Club is committed to providing a positive aspect to the community by maintaining affordable fun, physical activity for all ages and abilities while building lifelong friendships through the sport of curling.

The Mission Granite Curling Club (MGCC) is committed to encouraging and maintaining good relations within an environment which fosters team working and encourages all volunteers and members to give of their best.  


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - tell us what opportunities you have.


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Mission Granite Curling Club Website

Chamber of Commerce


Who We Are: The Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce. Your hub for business intelligence. Your advocate to government. Leverage our resources to your business’ benefit.  We want business to thrive in Mission. Through our fundamental ABC's  advocacy, benefits and connections,  we work to grow business in the region.  Build your business with us. A strong community is built on the foundation of a flourishing business environment. We believe that supporting our business community and growing its potential will ensure Mission’s sustainable growth. 


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 100 words - tell us what opportunities you have.


Email: info@missionchamber.bc.ca

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Mission Chamber of Commerce Website