7th Annual New Westminster Festival of Volunteers

Are you interested in volunteering some of your time to a good cause but aren’t really sure what sort of opportunities there are in New Westminster?  The 7th Annual New Westminster Festival of Volunteers is happening this Saturday, January 31st, at Royal City Centre. There are a whopping 43 different organizations registered to be aRead More

Are you interested in volunteering some of your time to a good cause but aren’t really sure what sort of opportunities there are in New Westminster? 

The 7th Annual New Westminster Festival of Volunteers is happening this Saturday, January 31st, at Royal City Centre. There are a whopping 43 different organizations registered to be a part of what is a fun and interesting event for all members of the family. You can find out about volunteer opportunities right here in our community, as well as find out more about many different local organizations. 

The festival runs from 9:30AM to 3:30PM and as in previous years, attendees can have a special Passport to Volunteering stamped at all the booths for their chance to win a $500 shopping spree at Royal City Centre. 96.9 JACK FM will also be there, broadcasting live. 

Getting out in the community to help your neighbour is sometimes hard, because it’s difficult to determine exactly where to start. The Festival of Volunteers is a great place whatever your interests are to give you the information you need to get going.

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5 comments

  1. It gets better! I just saw in the festival plan that our mayor will engage in a "spirited debate" with Gov. James Douglas on the merits of restoring the Royal City as B.C.'s rightful capital! Douglas will be played by an actor from a historical reenactment troupe. How awesome is that?

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