Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in Volunteering? Check out these postings: 


Have a volunteer opportunity that you want to be advertised? Send the information to fcssadmin@canmore.ca

Are you looking to get involved with a community-oriented group in the Bow Valley where every night feels like a night out with friends and family? Or just a fan of Junior hockey in Alberta? or perhaps need to fill some more volunteer hours from the high school?


The Canmore Eagles are looking to grow our volunteer team for the upcoming season in our fast-paced, fun environment and would love to have you. From greeting fans, punching tickets, 50/50 sales and much more, your help will be greatly appreciated every night in our team setting.

For any questions please contact bryan@canmoreeagles.com

Alberta Health Services volunteers are an integral part of the healthcare team, supporting and enhancing the work of our healthcare professionals.

Volunteers in Canmore are engaged in meaningful activities and roles such as patient visitation, driving clients to medical appointments, feeding assistance in Long Term Care, hospital gardening, Ladies Auxiliary activities, pet visitation and much more.

AHS welcomes people from diverse backgrounds who wish to make a positive impact in the lives of our patients, residents, clients and their families.  Volunteering is an excellent way to explore new careers, learn useful skills, give back to your community and make new friends.

If you are interested or have questions, please contact Volunteer.BowCorridor@ahs.ca

The Canmore and Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA is a non-profit society whose mandate is to advocate for mountain biking and strive for a vibrant and exciting trail system for all ages and abilities.

CAMBA offers many great opportunities for volunteers with several active trail-building projects that provide a fun and exciting opportunity to learn new skills and give back to the trails you love. If getting your hands dirty is not your thing, no problem. We have other volunteer opportunities in social media and communication, fundraising, advocacy, and social events. 

Please find out more at our website at camba.ca

To get involved, e-mail us at volunteer@camba.ca

The PCSBV has several volunteer opportunities available for individuals or groups looking to get involved and make a difference.

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The Crossway Community Thrift store is a vibrant part of the Bow Valley, it is a non-profit organization based in Canmore which provides its customers with a great place to shop for affordable necessities such as furniture, clothing and much, much more. If you’d like to join our volunteer team we are always looking to expand and we have a number of exciting opportunities available to accommodate all levels of commitment. To learn more, contact our volunteer coordinator Sarah at volunteer@crosswaythrift.com today! Be part of the team that in 2018 gave over $160,000 back to the community!

Rocky Mountain Adaptive (RMA) is a registered charity whose aim is to provide any individual with a disability the chance to access all sport and recreational activities in the Canadian Rockies. RMA is an adaptive sport organization who enables adults and children with physical, intellectual, cognitive, or developmental impairments to participate in all the fantastic sports and adventure activities available in the beautiful Bow Valley (including Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise and its surrounding areas).

WINTER : From November - May, we look for volunteers to support our adaptive ski, snowboarding & sit ski programs and lessons. These roles are mainly based at Sunshine Village, Banff. Volunteer roles vary from 2 - 6 hours. RMA provides a lift ticket for the day. Volunteers will complete a training session or shadow an experienced volunteer prior to volunteering. 

SUMMER: From May - September, we look for volunteers to support our summer programs and lessons and welcome volunteers to support our adaptive guests in any of the following activities: hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, tennis, swimming, and more. Volunteers will complete a training session or shadow an experienced volunteer prior to volunteering.

For more information, visit www.volunteer.rockymountainadaptive.com or contact volunteer@rockymountainadaptive.com

Do you love arts & culture? Would you like to get engaged in the community? Become an artsPlace volunteer!

We are looking for volunteers to help us run movies, programs and events in the evenings and on weekends. This is a great way to meet your neighbours, gain new skills and help us offer high-quality customer service to everyone who comes to artsPlace.

To learn more about volunteering with artsPlace, contact Libby at libby@artsplacecanmore.com or visit their website at https://artsplacecanmore.com/get-involved/volunteer 


The Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre & NWMP Barracks hold many special events which rely on volunteer involvement. Each opportunity is unique and offers countless ways to enrich our community.

Please email info@canmoremuseum.com or visit our website at  http://canmoremuseum.com/volunteer/ for more information.

Volunteers are the grease that keeps Cruisers Rollin on the streets of Canmore. We are always looking for keen individuals to join the Cruiser community and offer a hand.

Volunteer Opportunities Include:

  • Bike Maintenance
  • Bike Restoration
  • Bike Redistribution (amongst hubs)

We are also looking for board members – particularly members with an interest/skill in bike repair and/or marketing

2 hrs of volunteering equals a free membership and an overwhelming sense of satisfaction!

Contact: info@commuitycruisers.ca or (403) 609-6695

Volunteers are the heart of Friends of Kananaskis Country.  They are a driving force behind many of our programs and activities.  Our successful trail care initiatives and many of the special events we organize or participate in are possible because individuals donate their time and energy.

If you feel a special connection to nature and wish to see the future generations enjoy the wild beauty of Kananaskis Country, why not consider volunteering for our Kananaskis trail care program?  You’ll get out in nature, visit the parks and wild spaces of Kananaskis Country, meet new people, and make a difference to Alberta’s natural landscape.

Contact: info@kananaskis.org

Some roles that the Bow Valley SPCA typically needs help with:

  • Ambassadors, both at the center and within the community

  • Animal Care Attendant Helpers

  • Cat Cuddlers/ Kitty Care

  • Centre Greeters

  • Dog Walkers

  • Fundraising

  • General maintenance

  • Graphic Design

  • Presenters for educational programming in schools

  • Community Engagement Initiatives

  • Special Events Planning and Execution. 

Visit https://www.bowvalleyspca.org/volunteers/how-volunteer/ for more information

The Towns of Banff and Canmore and the M.D. of Bighorn are seeking kind, caring, and compassionate people to join our amazing team of Volunteer Drivers. On a cost-recovery basis, the Volunteer Driver Program provides transportation for seniors and others to their specialist medical appointments - usually in Calgary.

Potential volunteers must participate in a screening process that includes providing police records, driving abstract, and references.  Benefits to volunteering include meeting some wonderful new people and providing a much-needed service to your community.

If you think you are a good fit for this opportunity and would like to learn more about this program, call:

M.D. of Bighorn | 403.673.3611
Town of Canmore | 403.609.3743
Town of Banff | 403.762.1253