Sooke Region Volunteer Center helps connect People with volunteer opportunities in the Sooke Region. We believe that volunteering is a pillar in everyone's life. Our mission is to inspire to volunteer. Please contact us and become a volunteer! Please check our Facebook Page at Sooke Region Volunteers or our website. We have a list of organizations looking for volunteers. Drop by our office we would love to know what you would like to do as a volunteer, what skills you have and what your background is. We can refer you to a compatible organization in our region. It is easy and time efficient. You can volunteer once, only during summer time or all year round. You decide how much time you can dedicate. Please do not wait. Give us a call. Our office hours are: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 12.30-4.30PM and our phone number is: 250-642-6364 Ext 235
Educational Sessions are back in September. The full list of workshops is already available on our calendar. Registration starts on August 15th.
Intresting Volunteer Opportunities
If you are interested in volunteering, but you are not sure what opportunites are available please check our website or give us a call. We will be happy to meet with you and based on your skills, interests and experience we will match you with the best volutneer opportunity in our community.
We have updated list of community events on our website. Our volunteers are keeping their ears and eyes open for any new event happending in our community so please checki it often.
There’s an all-ages open door, open house and open stage jam (and discussion time for musicians about future Sooke Food Bank music show fundraisers!) happening at Edward Milne Community School (EMCS) on Saturday, August 11 between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. It’s being hosted by Steve Anderson and the EMCS Community Theatre at 6218 Sooke Rd.
This is a non-ticketed event. The only type of “admission”-like thing you’ll notice is a a bucket at the door for the Sooke Food Bank, where you can donate what you can afford.
The Métis Nation of Greater Victoria is having their Summer Picnic at the Sooke River Campground Saturday, August 18th. The public is invited to come and learn about Métis culture through interactive displays including a traditional Trappers Tent and Teepees.