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Become a Community Centre Volunteer

Community Centre volunteerIn records dating back to the 1940’s, citizens of the towns of Fort William and Port Arthur volunteered their, time, skills and resources to establish Community Centres.

Today, seven of these Community Centres continue to be solely operated by volunteer boards and their teams of dedicated and hardworking volunteers. Volunteers are needed so that Community Centres can continue to offer various programs, services and events.

New volunteers are always needed to assist with everyday duties, at events or to be a part of the Board. Whether you have a few hours or many hours to lend a hand, there’s likely some way in which a Community Centre can use your assistance!

Reasons to volunteer

  • Meet new people
  • Use your skills
  • Take an active role in your community 
  • Learn new skills
  • Make a difference
  • Help build community spirit
  • Volunteer work looks great on a resume
  • Make new friends
  • Have fun

Community Centres are the Heart of Communities
Volunteers are the Heart of Community Centres

Contact a Community Centre and ask how you can get involved:

           
CURRENT RIVER
450 Dewe Ave
PO Box 22010               
Thunder Bay, ON
Tel: 683-8451

 

NORTH END
954 Huron Ave
Thunder Bay, ON
Tel: 345-1951  
             

NORTH MCINTYRE
2051 Government Rd
Thunder Bay, ON
P7G 2E9 
Tel: 767-1400
 
OLIVER ROAD
563 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON
Tel: 345-9531
  
SOUTH NEEBING

1841 Mountain Rd, RR #4   
Thunder Bay, ON
Tel: 475-4622
 

 

VICKERS HEIGHTS   
1695 Broadway Ave
Thunder Bay, ON
Tel: 577-4041 
WEST THUNDER
915 South Edward St    
Thunder Bay, ON
Tel: 475-9396