Volunteering Weaves Us Together

National Volunteer Week (April 16-22, 2023) is an opportunity to celebrate the vibrancy and impact of volunteerism in our community and across our country. Every April, we come together to recognize volunteers and celebrate the power of volunteerism in our communities.

This year’s National Volunteer Week theme is ‘Volunteering Weaves Us Together’. Like each individual thread makes weaving stronger, every volunteer’s experience, perspective, and abilities add to our collective resilience. Woven together from coast to coast, volunteering reinforces our ability to grow, thrive, and create change within our community, province, and country. The local campaign will celebrate the contributions of our region’s volunteers and share information on how we can all work toward a stronger, and more connected community.

Volunteers in the Tri-Region are invited to a night of appreciation:

  • Where: Parkland Hall, Heritage Park (5100 41 Ave, Stony Plain, AB)
  • Date: Tuesday, April 18
  • Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

The evening will be a relaxed gathering for volunteers to drop-in, mingle, and enjoy snacks and live music.

We will have snack wraps, fruit, veggies and beverages available for the first 350 volunteers to arrive. We are also thrilled that Steve Newsome will be performing a live set from 4:30pm to 5:15pm. To learn more about Steve, please check out his bio

Interested in Volunteering?

Volunteering builds communities where people feel happier, healthier, and more welcome – creating a stronger, more connected community for all! Learn more about available volunteer opportunities.