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Volunteer Position
Apply by Jan 1st 2025

Outdoor Recreation Volunteers

2 Hours Volunteered = 1 person with a disability the opportunity to experience nature

Being a volunteer member of the CRIS family is a unique experience; you will have fun, be challenged, contribute to your community in a meaningful way and help people with disabilities experience things they would not otherwise be able to. We provide training and support to volunteers interested with assisting on any of our day programs (kayaking, cycling, hiking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing).
Community Day Programs provide day and evening excursions that run throughout the Okanagan region of beautiful British Columbia. Community Day Programs are specifically designed to enable all people regardless of disability to enjoy the benefits of outdoor recreation. These programs include cycling, hiking, and kayaking for the spring and summer. As for the winter programs consist of Sherpa hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. All of our programs vary in location and suit a variety of interests. Whether it is an informative hike that you seek or a huge water fight out on the water, Community Day Programs provide an experience for all to enjoy.
*Experience with any activity is an asset, but not required.
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Please visit our website or email or by phone (250)979-3941

This volunteer position has no scheduling requirements attached to it. You can work out your availability and time commitment directly with the organizer.

You must apply before Jan 1st 2025

Okanagan, British Columbia
Hosted by
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To provide support to people with physical and mental disabilities by developing and implementing outdoor and wilderness recreation programs in order to promote independence, assist with integration, reduce isolation and improve mental well-being.

Causes this position supports

  • Health & Well-being

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Special Needs and Diverse Abilities

Skills involved

  • First Aid

  • Outreach

  • Communication

People volunteering