Open Volunteer Positions

Youth Advantage Project

Help deserving youth pursue their individual dreams and interests! The Youth Advantage Project is currently running its Fall Fundraising Campaign and volunteers are needed.
Volunteer fundraisers will work alongside a campaign manager and do various types of fundraising, including face to face and business to business fundraising as well as fundraising at events.
To learn more and sign up, click here or contact Emaily at or (506) 471-6815!

The Ville Harvest Party

Volunteers are needed for a party! The Ville is hosting its second annual Harvest Party on 29 Oct from 12-4 pm. Everyone is invited to celebrate the season with live music, a haunted house, a bouncy castle, apple smashing, pumpkin carving, a barbecue, fresh apple cider, hot chocolate, face painting, pumpkin bowling, bobbing for apples, food dehydration and apple pressing demos, and more great fall fun!
This is a fall fundraiser for The Ville, and all proceeds will go toward ongoing initiatives, such as the community garden expansion and accessibility projects.
Volunteers are needed to help with he following activities:
BBQ (2-4 people)
Pumpkin Smash (2-4 people)
Pumpkin Carving (4-6 people)
Apple Bobbing (1-2 people)
Cider Making (3 people)
Colouring/Crafts (1 person)
Hot Chocolate (5 people)
Pumpkin Bowling (4 people)
Sack Races (1 person)
Ring Toss (1 person)
U-Pick (2 -3 people)
Scarecrow Photo Booth (1-2 people)
Bouncy Castle (1-2 people)
Volunteers are encouraged to arrive at 11 am to assist with set-up, and can work the full shift or a partial shift.
To learn more and sign up, email Jules at! More information on the event is here!

Falls Brook Centre

Falls Brook Centre (FBC) is a demonstration centre and registered charity that works to foster thriving local communities by educating and inspiring people to adopt environmentally sound practices. Through partnerships, recreation, and education that support the creation of a balanced, sustainable way of life, FBC seeks to explore and promote practical solutions to today’s environmental, social, and economic challenges.

Every summer Falls Brook Centre organizes a knowledge sharing festival – Annual Free School. For the upcoming Free School next summer, we are seeking individuals for three manager positions as well as for task-specific volunteer positions.

Manager Positions

  • Sponsorship Manager – Assisting & supporting the FBC staff in seeking potential sponsorship.
  • Workshop/Performer Manager – Assisting & supporting the FBC staff in getting performer (bands, artists, artisans, cultural performers) and workshop presenters.
  • Volunteer Manager – Assisting & supporting the FBC staff in managing & organizing volunteers.

Task-specific Volunteer Positions

  • Sponsorship Volunteers – Supporting the FBC staff & sponsorship manager in seeking potential sponsorship.
  • Photographers/Videographers – Taking pictures and videos of the event for promotion and publication.
  • Workshop Liaisons: Assisting workshop presenters during the event, announcing workshop schedule and locations, and directing participants when needed.

To learn more and sign up, contact Dani Subagiyo at or (506) 454-5480.

Diabetes Canada

Diabetes Canada is looking for you!! An individual looking to make a difference in their community and the health of New Brunswickers! We are right around the corner from Diabetes Awareness Month and Diabetes Canada’s annual door-to-door campaign! This means that canvassers are needed to canvass their street or area during November!
Want to know more? Contact the NB Diabetes Canada Office at or 506-451-1639!
With 90,000 New Brunswickers currently living with diabetes, and an estimated 121,000 by 2027; we need to work together to #enddiabetes.

Conservation Council of NB

5 Days for the Forest is back! This year’s event will take place 25-29 Sep 2017 and will include nature walks, art, music, film, and TREEvia all in support of National Forest Week. The Conservation Council of NB would appreciate volunteers to help with set up and clean up as well as to help stock displays with literature. To learn more, contact Tracy at or (506) 458-8747.
A volunteer is especially needed to staff a booth at the Union of Municipalities Trade Show on the evening of Fri, 29 Sep 2017 between 6-9 pm. Contact Kaleigh at to sign up!
Learn more about the event here!

College of Massage Therapists of NB

The College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick (CMTNB) is actively seeking nominations for 2 lay members (1 bilingual member) to sit on the Board of Directors, which is a 2 year appointment from the Minister of Health.
The new members will begin their duties at the Annual General Meeting taking place in Moncton, NB on 14 Apr, 2018.
Responsibilities include:
  • Attending monthly meetings of the CMTNB Board of directors to represent the public’s interest;
  • voting as a member of the Board of Directors; and
  • attending the CMTNB’s Annual General Meeting.
Interested in applying? Send your full name, full address (incl. phone and email address), and resume to For more information call 1-844-836-2402.

Community Action Group on Homelessness

Up for being a book? The Fredericton Community Action Group on Homelessness (CAGH) will host a Living Library on 10 Oct 2017.
Volunteers, or living books, are needed who are willing to share the story of their life with “readers” who will ask them questions one on one. A living book can be anyone who has a history of housing insecurity and/or homelessness, as well as people who are currently experiencing these issues.
Each reader can check a book out for twenty minutes. The conversation can also finish before twenty minutes if the reader and/or book feels the most comfortable this way.
Why? By giving people with lived experiences of homelessness and/or housing insecurity a chance to share their story, people in Fredericton can have a chance to see the human side of these issues.
Interested in learning more? Email Violet at

NB Lung Association

The NB Lung Association’s Bike For Breath needs CROSSING GUARDS on Sun, 24 Sep 2017 for its 21+ km trail ride route, viewable here.

  • Crossing guards meet at the Picaroons Roundhouse between 1200-1300 hr to pick up their vest, sign, and complimentary Bike For Breath tee.
  • Cyclists on this route depart the Roundhouse at 1330 hr, so crossing guards must be in place by this time. This route should take approximately 2 hours for the average cyclist to complete, so you are looking at a 2-2.5 hour crossing guard shift.
  • Crossing guards are to be placed in the Victoria Health Centre/Sunshine Gardens area (parking available at Victoria Health Centre), with one situated at the crosswalk by the Town and Country Motel on Woodstock Rd. , just to ensure safe passage and visibility to motorists for the few times the trail route intersects with streetways.
  • All volunteers are invited for a meal by Locavore foods and a beer tasting by Picaroons at the Chillout Afterparty, scheduled to begin at 1700 hr!

To sign up, contact Maggie at (506) 455-8961, ext. 103 or, provide your t-shirt size and any dietary restrictions (for the delicious meal), and come party with the Lung Association and the New Brunswick cycling community!