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  • Welcome


    The Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau is the centre of Grande Prairie's community non - profit sector. We work collaboratively with individuals, non-profits, educational institutions, and the corporate sector to provide programs opportunities and advocacy to develop a vibrant, growing community that cares. Read More
  • Caught in the Act

    Caught in the Act

    This Month's Caught in the Act is Rod Rutberg, who is retiring after 17 years of volunteering with the Men at Risk program run by the Suicide Prevention Resource Centre. Read More
  • July Member Spotlight

    July Member Spotlight

    Alzheimer Society of Alberta & Northwest Territories (ASANT) mission is to enhance awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia and provide support services to affected families and help fund research into the cause and cure. Read More
  • GPVSB Member Benefits

    GPVSB Member Benefits

    There are many benefits to being a GPVSB member such as 3 free workshops for 2 participants, website linkage, volunteer listings, member pricing on professional development opportunities and more! Read More
  • Bookkeeping Services

    Bookkeeping Services

    The Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau is now offering very affordable bookkeeping services to non-profit agencies! Call Carol-Anne at (780)538-2727 for more information!
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Volunteer of the Month

June 2016 Volunteer of the Month - David Plummer

David PlummerCongratulations David!

As the winner of the Tim Hortons Volunteer of the Month draw, David has won a brand new Tim Hortons Coffee brewer! The staff and board of the GPVSB thank our sponsors at Tim Hortons for helping us fuel the volunteers of Grande Prairie one cup of coffee at a time, or in David's case 10 cups of coffee in just 3 mins!

Here's a look back at David's Volunteer of the Week nomination.

Spinal Cord Injury Alberta (formerly Canadian Paraplegic Association) would like to thank David Plummer for his part with the Cash and Camping Super Lottery ticket sales.   His support and that of the community makes our work possible. The mission of SCI Alberta is that of empowering persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence and full community participation.   Money raised through Cash and Camping will be used to enhance our regional community activities, off-set equipment costs and help with medical trips.


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