Volunteer efforts make the BCCLA’s work possible, and here are three ways you can get involved in protecting and promoting civil liberties in Canada. We ask that all potential volunteers become members of the BCCLA, and you can sign up as a member here.
Communications and Development Volunteers [CLOSED]
Applications for our 2018 Winter Communications & Development Volunteer program are now closed.
In office volunteers support a variety of initiatives including event planning, fundraising, social media, community outreach, research and more! Volunteers are selected to volunteer in the BCCLA office one day a week (or the equivalent hours split between more than one day) for a period of four months. These great folks do everything from blogging to organizing events.
TAKE A PEEK: Check out our Fall 2017 volunteers’ biographies!
Explore Other Volunteer Roles!
Interested in volunteering but none of the structured opportunities above make sense for you? Don’t worry! We love volunteers of all kinds! Join our roster of outreach volunteers and you will be invited to sign up for upcoming event opportunities throughout the year, or invited to help us out when opportunities come up that align with your skills.
Tell us about yourself! We’ll be in touch with upcoming opportunities.