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A Powerful Experience in Mental Health

Volunteering with CMHA, Vancouver-Fraser has a powerful impact on those who experience mental health challenges.

Your time, energy and commitment are highly valued. You may wish to volunteer at the Board level, perhaps be on-site for events, assist with administrative functions, work in technology or become involved in program coordination. Please reach out and let us know how we can provide you with a valuable volunteer experience.

We encourage everyone, new or current, to stay connected in pursuing volunteer opportunities within our mental health community – the benefits are beyond measurable…

heartfelt thank you from our staff, clients, donors and partners who most appreciate the time, dedication and expertise shared by our amazing volunteers.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering!

Current Volunteer Opportunities 

BMO Vancouver Marathon Volunteer (Sunday, May 5) – set up, prepare and hand out water and energy drinks, cheer on runners, and clean up station area

Thrift Store Volunteer – located in New Westminster we are currently hiring volunteer cashiers for the store  

How To Apply

If you are interested in volunteering for one of our current opportunities please send the appropriate volunteer application form (below) to our volunteer coordinator at

CMHA Vancouver-Fraser is a volunteer-driven organization that depends on the help of volunteers to promote mental wellness, provide services to those in need and carry out our vision of mentally healthy people in a healthy society. Studies show that regular volunteer activity can have a positive effect on mental and physical health. Volunteering with CMHA provides the opportunity to build skills, learn more about mental health and meet new people, while helping build a more caring community. Because of the benefits of volunteering, we especially encourage those personally affected by mental illness to volunteer.

Thanks to the generosity of our partners.


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