If you are looking to volunteer with us, we have a number of options:
- Volunteer with Active Living & Culture
- Volunteer with the Airport
- Volunteer for an outdoor event
- Volunteer with the RCMP
- Join a Council Committee
Do you know an outstanding community volunteer? Don't forget to nominate them for a Civic and Community Award.
If you are interested in volunteering with Active Living & Culture, submit your volunteer application or call 250-469-8759 to set up an appointment for more information. A crimal record check is required (at no cost to you).
Opportunities with Active Living & Culture include:
- Community access assistant (CAA) - works one-on-one with a person with a disability, assisting in various activities, offering support and companionship and helping that individual learn new skills. Located at the Parkinson Recreation Centre.
- Program volunteer - will help in a variety of ways depending on the nature of the program, the talents and skills of the volunteer or the instructor’s needs.
- Special event volunteer - is asked to help with a variety of tasks, from set-up to take-down, security, helping at the event, wearing a mascot costume, directing traffic and serving food.
- Aquatic volunteer - there are a variety of opportunities in aquatics, from assisting with lessons to special events.
- Fitness Centre Monitor - monitors the activities in the fitness area, cleans equipment, greets new and prospective patrons and is available to assist when help is required. Located at the Parkinson Recreation Centre.
- Day Camp Volunteer - assists camp leaders with day-to-day operations to ensure activities (e.g. crafts, games, cooking, swimming) run smoothly.
Outdoor Events are an opportunity to share, celebrate, honour, compete or simply have fun while enjoying the City of Kelowna’s beautiful community, parks and weather. Volunteers play a major role in supporting, growing and enhancing these events and the overall event community.
Visit the outdoor event volunteering page to learn more about how you can get involved and contribute to the success of some of these great events!
Join the nearly 200 RCMP volunteers in the Central Okanagan who contribute more than 12,000 hours each year to help to make our communities safe.
For more information, visit the RCMP volunteer opportunities page.
Our Council committees are created under the Community Charter to provide an opportunity for members of the public to work collaboratively and provide advice on matters referred to them by Council.
For more information, visit the Council committees page.