Welcome to Volunteer Alberta
Volunteer Alberta focuses on provincial public policy that affects volunteer-engaging organizations. When you become a member of Volunteer Alberta, you gain ownership of your sector. As membership grows, the collective voice becomes more influential among Alberta’s decision makers.
- OASSIS Employee Benefits
Cover Your Best Assets
Limited Bursary Availability
Thanks to you guys, SCIP has been incredibly successful this year! You could even say we’ve been too successful…
We have approximately 200 bursaries left until we reach our 700 bursary limit for the 2012-2013 SCiP year.
If you are an intern, have an intern, or are planning on hiring an intern between now and July 31, 2013, please click here to find out how to ensure there is bursary availability for you or your intern.
- Resource Centre
For years you turned to the Resource Centre for Voluntary Organizations for books, articles, and learning resource guides to help you run your nonprofit. RCVO now has a new home as the Volunteer Alberta Resource Centre (VARC). All the great content you remember is now even easier to find and access.
Tired of travelling to get to professional development opportunities, only to find out a similar course was offered in your community? KnowledgeConnector solves that problem - connecting you with relevant learning opportunities close to your home.
Volunteer Alberta is Alberta’s only provincial capacity building organization for the nonprofit/voluntary sector.
Working with nonprofit, public and private stakeholders, Volunteer Alberta stands as an expert and key voice for volunteerism and the nonprofit/voluntary sector across Alberta.
Volunteer Alberta Membership
Volunteer Alberta is the only provincial capacity-building organization for Alberta’s nonprofit/voluntary sector..
Sector Connector is Volunteer Alberta’s bi-weekly eNewsletter. Since its first publication on April 19, 2007…
Volunteer Alberta Programs
Explore the Programs and Services that Volunteer Alberta provides.
Volunteer Alberta Blog
Through the VA blog we strive to collaborate with Alberta’s nonprofit/voluntary sector by facilitating a two-way conversation regarding issues directly facing the sector today.