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Youth Services - Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who We Are: The MCSS Youth Workers engage youth through a positive, asset-based view of their development, treating all youth as having strengths and potential. MCSS Youth Services feature outreach for sexually exploited and drug addicted youth, transitional housing support, conflict management, youth justice consultation and community hours support; assistance in improving the quality of life through better self-management, social and communication skills; life-skills development through individual and group work; parent-teen mediation.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 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

Youth Services - Mission Community Services Society Website

Fraser House Society


Who We Are: Fraser House Society is a non-profit, charitable organization, governed by a voluntary Board of Directors who represent a cross-section of the local community.  Fraser House Society seeks to promote a healthy community by supporting, developing and implementing effective prevention and counselling strategies for the residents of Mission when it comes to substance use, misuse, and addiction. 
Fraser House Society believes . . .

  • that everyone has personal worth and must be treated with dignity, fairness and compassion
  • that everyone has potential to become a responsible contributing citizen
  • that by partnering in the provision of accessible quality services we can assist in bringing about positive change contributing to a healthier community​


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


Email: admin_fraserhouse@shaw.ca

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Fraser House Society Website​

counselling & Crisis

Mission Community Services Society  - 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

MY House - Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who We Are: MY House project supports youth and strives to create a one-point source of information and contact for youth.  MY House is a community initiative that emerged out of the Youth Homelessness Committee.  By having the house used and monitored, it will help quell loitering and vandalism issues, and offer at-risk youth a place they can go to for meals, laundry and shower services. Adults will be available there to listen to them and offer advice.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 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

MY House - Mission Community Services Society Webpage

Women's Resource Society of the Fraser Valley - WRSFV


Who We Are: WRSFV provides emergency shelter, emotional support, advocacy, referral, free individual counselling and support groups for women and children who have experienced violence. Safe specialized support is available to children and youth who have witnessed abuse.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Events and Fundraisers help support programs and services offered by the Women's Resource Society of the Fraser Valley. WRSFV is a registered non-profit charity providing services to women and children in the Mission and Abbotsford communities. Learn more "About Us"

Donate Funds, Donate Items, Volunteer, Host A Fund-raising Event, Request A Speaker or Become A Member. These are some of the ways you can Help Make a Difference!


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Women's Resource Society of the Fraser Valley Website

Fraser Health


Who We Are: Fraser Health is responsible for providing quality health care services to the people of Mission. This includes residential care and assisted living, public health, home health, pallliative care, mental health and substance use support, along with specialized programs for children, women and Aboriginal people. We provide care in 339 beds across Mission in our hospital, residential care and mental health and substance use programs. Staying informed about your illness or condition and knowing what healthy lifestyle choices you can make is an important way to take charge of your health. Fraser Health encourages residents of the communities we serve to take an active role in their own health and well-being.


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


Email: whistleblower@theneutralzone.ca

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Fraser Health Website

St. Andrew's United Church


Who We Are: We are a group of disciples, learning to live out our calling to justice, service and inclusion for all God's children. 
We have recently moved!  We are now located at 33077 2nd Avenue, sharing space with All Saints Anglican Church. Our office is located on the lower level and our worship service begins at 11:30 in the sanctuary upstairs. Please join us for a shared coffee time with All Saints at 10:45 am.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: We are a congregation that enjoys learning more about our faith and spirituality to help us journey in this complex world.  We are actively involved in supporting each other and many of us are involved in volunteering in the community and enjoy the friendship that comes from those activities.  You will find some of the programs and activities we are involved in as you move through this website and read our latest bulletins and ads for events.
If you can join us in any of them, we look forward to getting to know you better.


Email: mission.uc@shaw.ca

Contact Number: 604.826.8296

St. Andrew's United Church Website

Social Development - District of Mission (DOM)


Who We Are: Social Planning/Social Development focuses on people, community and the factors that influence quality of life. Social Planning/Development differs from urban planning in that urban planning has a focus on land use, buildings and streets. In Mission, Social Planning/Development involves working with a Municipally appointed Social Development Commission and its related working groups to effect positive change, education and awareness in the community. Social Planning/Development also involves working with a variety of community groups and needs, building and encouraging community cooperation and providing support to community groups working towards social issues and community development.


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


Email: khargreaves@mission.ca

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District of Mission - Social Development Website

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Use what you have.

Do what you can.

Arthur Ashe


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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

Volunteers commit time to the cause of counselling & crisis support, and in turn, people invest in them. There is training provided and support needed to be comfortable and successful in the role. Volunteers are vital to this success, and often organization pride ourselves on creating lasting relationships.

Mission Friendship Centre


Who We Are: Individuals who participate in outpatient counselling/treatment program will have a goal of:

  • reduced substance misuse
  • improved physical health
  • improved psychological health
  • improved family functioning 
  • improved social functioning
  • improved educational functioning 
  • improved vocational functioning
  • reduced involvement with the criminal justice system


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


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Mission Friendship Centre Website

Volunteers

DO NOT

necessarily have
​the time.

​They have the heart.

Elizabeth Andrew

Mission Association for Community Living - 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

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MACL - Mission Association for Community Living Website

Haven in the Hollow - Mission Community Services Society MCSS


Who We Are: Haven in the Hollow is a temporary housing solution that meets the client’s needs for temporary overnight accommodation, basic nutrition, hygiene and provides Gateway Services to help clients break the cycle of homelessness.

Seeking Volunteers Participants: 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: 604.820.9008

Haven in the Hollow - Mission Community Services Society Website

Mission Seniors Activity Centre


Who We Are: Every day our centre is filled with seniors taking part in educational, recreational and social programs. We welcome you to join us any week day by stopping by our lounge or dropping in to one of our many social activity programs.  We offer numerous programs that include activities such as art classes, card tournaments, dancing and computer classes. Mission Seniors Activity Centre provides a place for seniors to socialize and share experiences and enabling you to become an active and supportive member of the community.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to Volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering are enormous to you, your family and your community. The right match can help you find friends, reach out to the community, learn new skills and even advance your career. Volunteering can also help protect your mental and physical health. Learn more about the many benefits of volunteering and find tips on getting started as a volunteer.
One of the best ways to make new friends and strengthening existing relationships is to commit to a shared activity together. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, especially if you're new to an area. Volunteering also strengthens your ties to the community and broadens your support network, exposing you to people with a common interests, neighborhood resources and fun and fulfilling activities.

Email: msca2011@shaw.ca

info@missionseniorscentre.com

Contact Number: 604.814.2188

Mission Seniors Activity Centre Website​​