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Volunteers are the lifeblood of e4c. Without them, the work we do would be next to impossible and our impact and our reach would be limited.

Giving your time to e4c gives you a chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people living in poverty. Your efforts will not only help meet their urgent needs for food, shelter and support, but will also help them work toward making meaningful, positive changes that will shape the rest of their lives. It’s an amazing opportunity and a big responsibility.

So how do you know if you’re right for e4c and if we’re right for you? Ask yourself if you are able to see through poverty and see the strength and resilience of each person. Can you see their struggles, their challenges and respect who they are? Can you imagine sitting with them, listening to their stories and being in the moment when they need you most? Do you have a skill you can share, a talent you can pass on or a social network that you can rally to make a difference? If you answer yes to these questions, then you belong with e4c.

We appreciate your interest in volunteering with e4c. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator for more information about the volunteer program and future opportunities.

e4c Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: (780) 424-7543
Email: connect@e4calberta.org


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