There are many opportunities to volunteer at The Cridge Centre for the Family, and they are all interesting and fulfilling!
The Cridge Child Care Centre
Volunteers are always needed in every age group. Would you like make lunch for a six-month old baby after nap time? Perhaps you would prefer to teach some seven-year olds how to build a birdhouse! Or does the idea of reading a story to a group of wide-eyed kindergarten children appeal to you?
To be considered for these and many other unique ways to help, please email or phone Paula West-Patrick for infants through age five at email@example.com or phone 250-995-6416 or contact Tim Latour for children ages five to twelve at firstname.lastname@example.org 250-995-6407
The Cridge Transition House for Women
Volunteers warm the heart of The Cridge Transition House for Women! They drive women to appointments, take them apartment hunting, spend time with children letting them know they are valued and cared about, fill the house with delicious smells of baking, and help out with dozens of other tasks and errands.
We ask that our volunteers commit to a 4-hour shift once per week (days and times are entirely negotiable). Because of the extensive training provided at no cost to participants, we also ask that volunteers commit to doing a minimum of 96 volunteer hours (that works out to be one shift per week for six months).
Volunteer shifts can be any time between 8 am and 10:00 pm. Contact Karen at 250-995-6413 or email@example.com for an interview and for the dates of the next training sessions.
The Cridge Brain Injury Services
Volunteers make a huge difference in the lives of the people we support. Volunteers generally support residents with recreation and leisure pursuits at our licenced residential facility. The Cridge Brain Injury Program has a supportivie environment where volunteers can enjoy themselves while learning, contributing to their community and improving the lives of others.
Placements match volunteer’s interests and schedules with the interests and schedules of a resident. We provide supervision, guidance and learning opportunies for volunteers to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to enjoy volunteering. This is a great opportunity to gain experience for any career in a helping profession.
The Cridge Brain Injury Program has a residence located in Saanich, BC. To volunteer, please contact Geoff Sing at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 250-479-5299.
The Cridge Village Seniors’ Centre
The Cridge Village Seniors’ Centre is home to 85 seniors receiving assisted living services. Volunteers are always wanted to assist on outings, present interesting talks, lead music, exercise, arts & crafts, or discussion groups or just visit for a rousing game of Scrabble. To offer your talents and gifts, please contact Assistant Manager Tina Rogalinski at email@example.com or call Tina at 250-220-2301.