Volunteering is the exchange of experiences, a collective effort and common interest in supporting the greater good of our Calgary communities. Our volunteer program makes HIV Community Link the incredible organization that it is today, achieving our vision of empowering choices, engaging communities, and ending transmission. The investment of your time in without any doubt, greatly appreciated, and we hope to hear from you soon.
- Splash of Red Volunteer: Put on your best flapper attire and join us to help make the 2020 Splash of Red fundraising gala a success by becoming a volunteer! This evening would not be possible without the hard work of a dedicated group of volunteers on event day, and it would be great to have you join the team.
- Peer Advisory Committee Member: Be a part of essential input on the planning, implementation and evaluation of our Peer Support Programs. Read the description here.
Condom Packing – If you’re looking for a fun and simple way to give back to HIV Community Link you can join us for our monthly Volunteer Activity Night! Join us on the last Wednesday of every month at our Calgary office starting at 5pm. You’ll help us pack our condom packs that are distributed across the city in bars, community centres, and at special events to promote safer sex and provide information on testing options in Calgary!
Events – HIV Community Link holds many events throughout the year that need the helping hands of volunteers to help with the success of the project. ut on your best flapper attire and join us to help make the 2020 Splash of Red fundraising gala a success by becoming a volunteer!
This evening would not be possible without the hard work of a dedicated group of volunteers on event day, and it would be great to have you join the team!
Host a Fundraiser – Whether you want to host a potluck, a special event, office fundraiser, bottle drive or holiday gathering, we’re happy to provide you with the right materials and support to ensure your event is a success!
Office Support – There are many administrative tasks that you can help us complete. From filling in at reception to data entry, we could always use helping hands around the office.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with HIV Community Link! Getting involved begins with an application. From there, we check your interests and contact you directly to ensure we can match you to the volunteer opportunity that best fits with your interests and schedule. Once we have made contact, we provide education and training opportunities that cover HIV and related topics, stigma and current statistics.
If you’re ready to get started, please fill out the online Application Form.
For more information on volunteering, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com or by calling (403) 508-2500 option 5.
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