Volunteer

Caring adults provide young people with a sense of belonging, acceptance,empowerment and connection, factors that are known to foster mental health and emotional well-being.

WE WANT YOU!! Come share your passion with our youth!

The Boys and Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass is looking for ordinary citizens to have an extraordinary impact on the children and youth of our community.
Young people need and deserve positive experiences and characteristics (assets). These assets both promote positive behaviors and attitudes which help protect young people from many different problem behaviors. The more assets young people have the more likely they are to grow up healthy, caring and responsible. One of the key factors youth need in developing assets is support. Every member of our community has the opportunity to give their support and positively influence our youth to build more assets.

What will you gain from this experience?

Here are just a few of the endless benefits you can expect from becoming a part of our team: a smile on a child's face when you walk in the door, the life-long connections you make with children, staff and volunteers, the pride from making a difference in a child's life, or the amazing feeling you get after having a heart-to-heart conversation with a youth struggling with life's challenges.

As an organization we are hoping to enhance community spirit through volunteerism.

We will be recruiting groups and individuals in our community to facilitate mentoring and promote the sharing of knowledge and excitement that accompanies those who are passionate in what they do. Our intention is to engage adults from all walks of life to develop sustained, strength building relationships with our youth.

We encourage everyone in the Crowsnest Pass to become involved in their community and mentor our youth. Defined by the Alberta Mentoring Partnership mentoring is:
“The presence of a caring individual(s) who provides a young person with support, advice, friendship, reinforcement and constructive role modeling over time.”

If you are interested in helping in any way please contact us
 at 403-562-8664  or  director@bgccnp.com



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