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
Volunteer Services Bureau has received a grant for the Workshops of Generations -Tension in the Workplace on October 6, 2015 and Diversity and Culture-Working with Differences on October 7, 2015. We are pleased to offer 2 seats for FREE to each of our member agencies. Seats are offered on a first come and first serve basis, so hurry to take advantage of this offer. Read More
October 5, 2015: Grande Prairie
Hunter Walker: PARDS
PARDS would like to Nominate Hunter Walker. Hunter has been coming to PARDS camp for many years. He was a great help during this year’s summer camps, encouraging and taking some of the younger campers “under his wing”.
After summer camp Hunter decided to join our volunteer team. Hunter is a very dedicated volunteer and has a strong work ethic and a very upbeat personality.
Everyone looks forward to seeing Hunter and his Mom Jody on Wednesday nights, especially Montney, who has a special bond with Hunter. Thank you so much for all you do!
Caught in the Act
Volunteer with Grande Prairie & District Victim Services
by Rachael Rode, Communications
Heritage Day festivities kicked off bright and early on August 3rd in Muskoseepi Park. Several non-profit organizations were setting up in the park, and one of the first groups on site was a two-member crew from Grande Prairie & District Victim Services. Gail McArthur, Volunteer Coordinator, surprised volunteer Lois Young with a Caught in the Act nomination as they began to set up their booth.
Refer a new member to GPVSB and you will be entered into a draw to have your 2015 Membership Dues refunded!
We have two categories for membership:
Organizational for non-profit groups ($125)
Corporate for businesses ($200)
Organizational membership is open to individuals, social clubs, church groups, agricultural societies, schools, charities, non-profit organizations, government departments, service groups, arts groups, special interest groups, sports clubs, museums, libraries, etc.