Get Involved – Volunteer
HIV North Society loves our volunteers! We provide any training you will need and welcome volunteers with a variety of skills. If you are interested in volunteering with us, here are some of the roles our volunteers take on in with us:
We have a variety of tasks around the office such as filing, greeting clients, answering phones and making needle packs for our needle exchange program.
Outreach / Client Support
HIV North’s Outreach and Support Services Initiative is a comprehensive and coordinated network of services for the street involved individuals in the Grande Prairie region. Day, evening, and weekend street outreach provides Harm Reduction supplies, disease transmission reduction education, program promotion, participant recruitment, risk reduction counseling, coordination into care, referrals into housing programs, and street-based supportive services when necessary.
LGBTQ Youth Drop In
Experienced and passionate youth workers may volunteer at our weekly youth drop in which focuses on building up local youth, many of whom identify as LGBTQ. A Child Welfare check is required for those working with youth.
Women’s Drop In
We provide a safe place for sex trade workers to come to access services and get off the streets for a time. We are always interested in having volunteers for the Drop In but specifically need more people who are willing to cook a meal for this event.
Note: You will need a Criminal Record Check.
Other volunteer opportunities:
- Harm Reduction Specialists
- Cabinet Builder
- Event Planning and Organizing
- Media and Communications
- Social Media
Find out More about being a Volunteer
Contact your local office or the volunteer coordinator at email@example.com.
Board members needed! HIV North Board meets a minimum of six times per year. These meetings will be held via Skype and/teleconference to facilitate active involvement from all satellite community Board members.
We are looking for any of the following:
- Representatives from Business and Industry to guide the actions of future programming.
- Representatives from Financial Institutions or with an accounting background to provide input
regarding financial practices and ensure continued financial growth and sustainability.
- Representatives from individuals from the positive community to ensure meaningful
involvement of persons living with HIV, to enhance planning and focus of Society work.