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Salvation Army


Who We Are: The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has become the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country. 


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Salvation Army Website

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

Mission Health Care Auxiliary


Who We Are: The Mission Health Care Auxiliary Society is an organization of men and women who help Mission Memorial Hospital provide non-medical services and comforts to the patients of the hospital. In the course of many hours of volunteering, lifelong friendships have been forged. Members can be identified by their blue vests. Money raised by the Auxiliary is used for many health-related services at the Mission Memorial Hospital and local health care facilities to purchase equipment, comforts, and bus services. The challenge continues to try to ensure that Mission Memorial Hospital remains a viable hospital that can serve the immediate needs of the community. The Mission Health Care Auxiliary Society has always been there to help and assist in anyway it can. We have much for which to thank the members of the past, and we strive to continue the tradition of hard work and service into the future.


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


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Mission Health Care Auxiliary 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

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

Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children & Family Services Society - FVACFS


Who We Are: Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society (FVACFSS) is a fully delegated Aboriginal child welfare agency providing culturally appropriate and holistic services through prevention, community development and child welfareprograms to Aboriginal children, youth and their families residing throughout the Fraser Valley.  We honour and respect the unique cultures of families and communities as we work together with integrity and dignity to ensure the safety and well-being of Children.


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

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Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children & Family Services Society 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

Rivendell, Mission Community Services Society- MCSS


Who We Are: Mission Community Services Society provides safe housing and support services at Rivendell for up to 44 men and women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The goal is to assist our residents in achieving stability which allows them to move forward with their lives. By providing housing and support in a resident-centered environment, we engage with our residents to create an atmosphere of trust.

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: 1.604.826.3634

Rivendell, Mission Community Services Society Website

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

MACL Facebook

MACL - Mission Association for Community Living Website

Mission Hospice Society


Who We Are: The Mission Hospice Society has been providing end of life compassionate care since 1985 through bereavement support and volunteer support in the community and at Christine Morrison Hospice. We are a non profit, volunteer based organization who offer many programs and services.  Our Vision - To support ALL Individuals in our community through the process of grief and loss and end of life transition. Our Mission - To enhance the quality of life for individuals and families who are facing grief and loss or end of life transition through compassionate care, resources and advocacy


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


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Mission Hospice Society Website

Breakfast Club, Mission


Who We Are: When you realize that 60% of learning happens before lunch, it becomes clear why breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day. When children get a balanced meal in a positive, stimulating environment, there are marked improvements in:

  • Behaviour and concentration
  • Academic performance
  • Social skills, self-confidence  and the ability to interact with  peers and adults
  • Overall interest in the subjects being taught
  • Incidents of bullying​


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


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Breakfast Club of Mission Website​

RCMP


Who We Are: The Mission RCMP Detachment serves a rapidly growing and diverse community with a population of approximately 40,000 District residents. Headed by Inspector Ted De Jager, Mission Detachment is a 48 municipal and 6 provincial officer detachment providing key services and programs in general duty policing, community response, street crime policing, forensic identification, general investigations, police dog service, traffic and administrative support.


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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

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Contact Number: 604.814.2188

Mission Seniors Activity Centre 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

Family Services - Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who We Are: Families are the cornerstone of our society and they come in all shapes and sizes. MCSS provides a wide range of support to make families healthier. Life at home for many families can become better through parent training and support, therapy, mediation and life skills coaching.  Services provided through our Family Development Response Program, are designed to preserve the integrity of children, youth, individuals and families by relieving the family stress through counselling and education that develops new skills, improves communication, enhances connection and builds resilience.


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: 604.826.3634

Family Services - Mission Community Services Society Website

Food Centre - Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who We Are: For as long as Mission Community Services has existed, its food centre has actively served in feeding those who are hungry. Now four decades later the centre is creating for its clients pre-made hampers, bags of food containing soup, canned fruit, vegetables and tuna, pasta and pasta sauce as staples.


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: 604.826.3634

Food Centre - Mission Community Services Society Website

Literacy in Motion


Who We Are: We believe improved literacy skills improves quality of life for individuals and the community.  Therefore, our purpose is to promote the growth of literacy in our community.  Literacy involves a continuum of learning in enabling individuals to achieve their goals, to develop their knowledge and potential, and to thrive in their community and wider society. 

Statement of Goals

  • To identify and address the diverse literacy needs of the Mission community
  • To promote awareness of the many aspects of literacy
  • To increase access and use of new and existing literacy opportunities
  • To encourage and support learners who join our programs to achieve their goals
  • To establish literacy partnerships in the community, workplace, and with other service groups
  • To collaborate with organizations as they develop literacy plans
  • To make use of as many funding opportunities as possible

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


Email: cloc@literacyinmission.org

Contact Number: 604.820.2027

Mission Literacy in Motion Website

Mission Division - Divisions of Family Practice


Who We Are: The Mission Division provides local family physicians with a stronger collective voice in the integrated delivery of primary care within our community. It is our goal to provide a collaborative and innovative approach to patient-based care with a strong and transparent relationship between our Division, the GPSC, Fraser Health Authority, and the Ministry of Health.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Together, our members work to:
•    improve patient access to local primary care
•    increase local physicians’ influence on health care delivery and policy
•    provide professional support for physicians


Email: mission@divisionsbc.ca

Contact Number: 604.820.1021

Mission Division - Divisions of Family Practice

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

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

Life Time Learning


Who We Are: We are Centre for Community Education and Wellness Programs.  Modeled on the

concept of what is now called an “ElderCollege,” we provide active living and healthy aging programs for adults.
Our Learning:

  • Enhances quality of life
  • Provides a forum for sharing information and knowledge
  • Promotes mental and physical well being
  • Provides opportunities to continue lifelong learning pursuits


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


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Life Time Learning Website

Stone Soup, Mission Community Services Society - MCSS


Who Are We: Stone Soup is a community initiative that aims to get everyone working together to address homelessness. It's about combining professionals, community members and the people who need help is acting together. It's about creating individualized, proactive, flexible and continuing supports for people. It's about helping people to improve their lives dramatically and gradually, not just giving them a free meal or temporary spot to sleep.


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: 
1.604.826.3634

Stone Soup, Mission Community Services Society Website

Mission Association for Seniors Housing - MASH


Who We Are:Caring for those who cared for us.  The Mission Association for Seniors Housing (M.A.S.H.) provides and/or encourages in cooperation with other organizations the development of affordable and accessible housing.  We aim to retain and attract seniors within our community and support them to remain as their needs change.  We strive to maximize scarce resources by coordinating and sharing expertise and attracting skills partners.  

The Cedars, Cedar Valley Manor, Welton Towers, Pleasant View Apartments, Pleasant View Housing Society.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants:  If you share the vision of the Mission Association for Seniors Housing and would like to partner with us or volunteer, please contact us.  Mission Association for Seniors Housing (M.A.S.H) and The Cedars coordinates the use of the  community “Busy Bus” for several senior organizations care and retirement homes. This enables many seniors to get out and enjoy community events and amenities. 


Email: t.schweers@cedarsbc.ca

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Contact Number: 604-826-2194

MASH - MIssion Association for Seniors Housing

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 Indian Friendship Centre Website

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

Mamele'awt Qweesome Housing Society


Who We Are: MQHS is a support platform for those in need of safe and affordable housing solutions while also providing community and a voice to Aboriginal people in need. Through various initiatives and housing phases we continue to impact our community in a positive way. With strong leadership, we continue to build towards self-sufficiency and independence while positioning ourselves as a leader in social housing in BC.  Mamele’awt Qweesome Housing Society (MQHS) is a non-profit Urban Aboriginal Housing Society that develops, manages and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options and support programs for those most in need within the Fraser Valley.


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Mamele'awt Qweesome Housing Society Website

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

Mission Community Skills Centre - 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 about the opportunities you have.


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Mission Community Skills Centre 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

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​

Parks, Recreation and Culture - District of Mission (DOM)


Who We Are: Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture offers a wide variety of activities for individuals, the family & community organizations. Mission is the city that loves to be active, this is evident in the first class facilities that one can find. Whether it be the Leisure Center, Sports Park or the countless parks & picturesque trails scattered throughout the city, you will find an endless array of fun things to do!


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


Email: leisureservices@mission.ca

Fraser River Heritage Park - frhpevents@mission.ca

District of Mission - Parks, Recreation and Culture Website

BRIM Network - Building Resilience in Mission


Who We Are: BRIM is Building Resilience in Mission: A Transition Town Initiative. We’re a fledgling group with a big dream:
“To transform the District of Mission from a fossil-fuel-dependent society into a resilient, sustainable, re-localized, vibrant community that treads lightly on the earth.”  We’re working towards a cleaner, greener, more localised community, but we’re not shaking fingers or carrying fists. Instead, we’re rolling up our sleeves, joining our hands and striving to inspire, enthuse, and focus on possibilities. What can we create together?  
BRIM is pleased to work with individuals, organizations and corporations who are actively supporting or working towards Transition goals. 


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


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Buiding Resilience in Mission Website

Big Brothers Big Sisters


Who Are We: ​For just a few hours a couple of times per month, you can help a child succeed.  Big Brothers Big Sisters is different from other mentoring organizations in that we seek volunteers who are committed and consistent, willing to serve at least a year, but we hope until a chid graduates high school.  Studies show that by doing so, our mentoring services help kids stay in school, avoid risky behaviour, and experience first-hand the importance of helping others in their community.

Professional staff are there to work with you, the child, and the family throughout the relationship to provide necessary training and support.


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: Because every Kid is ONE Caring Adult Away From Being a Success Story.


​​Email: fraservalleyadmin@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

cassie.silva@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

Contact Number: 604.820.3337

​Big Brothers Big Sisters Fraser Valley Website

St. Joseph's Food Bank


Who We Are: Providing help for those in need - St. Joseph’s Food Bank is the official registered food bank for Mission, BC, is a member of Food Bank BC and registered as a service provider by Food Banks Canada. St. Joseph’s Food Bank is supported by community members, business and service organizations as well as the Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver and the District of Mission.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: A dedicated team of caring volunteers drives the needed food bank service. It is our passion to help those in need that reflects the caring heart of Mission BC.  Our goal is to provide caring and needed service to our community through the food bank.


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St. Joseph's Food Bank Website

Decoda Literacy Solutions


Who We Are: Decoda Literacy Solutions is the only province-wide literacy organization in British Columbia. Providing resources, training and funds, we support community-based literacy programs and initiatives in over 400 communities across B.C. Our work supports children and families, youth, adults, Aboriginal and immigrant communities in an effort to build strong individuals, strong families and strong communities. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of individual donors, corporate partners and government to fund literacy work.


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


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Decoda Literacy Solutions Website​​

Fire & Rescue Service - District of Mission (DOM)


Who We Are: The Mission Fire/Rescue Service has a strong commitment to fire safety.  The Department offers public education programs, varying from lectures on fire safety to extinguisher training for industry.  In addition, regular fire safety inspections are done by the Department to ensure compliance with the Fire Services Act and the BC Fire Code.

Seeking Volunteers / Participants: ESS volunteers are a dedicated group of people who prepare for, and respond to provide short-term disaster relief in the event of fires, floods, earthquakes or other emergencies.  For more information, please see the ESS Volunteer Information Sheet.​


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Mission Fire & Rescue Service Website

Community welfare groups rely on volunteers to make a difference.  You could help welcome newcomers, offer support to people with English as a second language, 

promote community spirit, volunteer in disability care, help raise funds, or support

an event. 

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. 

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

Adopt-A-Block


Who We Are: The Mission Adopt-A-Block Society is a non-profit organization that administers an anti-litter program in the community of Mission, in beautiful British Columbia.  We have been a part of the community since 1994.  First formed under the Mission Environmental Society, we branched off in 1998 to form what is known as The Mission Adopt-A-Block Society!


Seeking Volunteers / Participants: 

  • A clean and beautiful city depends on the pride of residents, businesses, property owners and youth.
  • A clean city also makes good business sense and results in a healthy economy.
  • A clean and beautiful cities attract highly skilled workers and investment, and enable us to live, work and play in well maintained, safe and pleasant surrounding.


Email: missionadoptablock@gmail.com

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Mission Adopt-A-Block Website

Community & Welfare

Operation Red Nose


Who We Are: The campaign theme, “Bringing you Home for the Holidays”, reminds people that using the Operation Red Nose service is the best way to end an evening, because it will get them home safely, thanks to the priceless collaboration of hard-working volunteers criss-crossing the province’s roads while wearing the famous red vest, a national road safety symbol that never goes out of style.


​​​Seeking Volunteers / Participants: The Operation Red Nose service is provided by a team of three volunteers, two of which ride along with the client in his or her vehicle. The escort driver, the volunteer driver and the navigator are the three members of the team.
Escort driver - Volunteer who uses his personal vehicle to drive the volunteer driver and the navigator to the location where the client is waiting.
Volunteer driver - 
Volunteer who drives the client’s vehicle.
Navigator - Volunteer who rides along with the volunteer driver and the client in the client’s vehicle.
Headquarters volunteers - Volunteers who occupy various positions inside the Headquarters, be it as phone operators, dispatchers, to greet or train other volunteers, etc..


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Operation Red Nose

Paths & Pathfinders - Mission Community Archives


Who We Are: In 1996, as part of the International Women's Day celebrations in the community, we inaugurated a program: Paths and Pathfinders: Women of Mission to collect, preserve, and provide access to materials which document the lives and contributions of women, past and present, in the District of Mission, Hatzic Prairie, Hatzic Island, Dewdney, Deroche, Nicomen Island, Lake Errock and McConnell Creek. 


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


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Volunteers

DO NOT

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​the time.

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