There would be no BVO without our volunteers. They are the life force of BVO! We have over 150 volunteers who give their time to sit on our Board of Directors, to sort clothing and organize the Treasure Shop, to visit neighbours who can’t get out, to drive someone to an appointment that doesn’t have other transportation, AND to cook and serve breakfast to the students at Beaver Valley Community School. Special events are successful because our volunteers offer their time at the annual auction, at the Thanksgiving Community Dinner, at Eastereggstravaganza AND at Christmas time when we are getting the hampers ready and receiving the wonderful donations of food from the food drive.
On behalf of our volunteer Board of Directors and our Staff, I wish to thank you all existing and new volunteers for your interest in and dedication to our organization and in our community. I am pleased to have you on our “team”. By accepting BVO’s standard requirements for volunteers, you have demonstrated your willingness to become part of the Beaver Valley Outreach family. We are proud of our reputation of “making good things happen in our community.” At BVO we make every effort to create an atmosphere of caring and concern for all members of our community.
We believe that the success and growth of our organization is largely dependent upon the wisdom, talents, skills, dedication and direction provided by our volunteers. You are a vital member of our team and a Very Important Person!
We trust that you receive a sense of real accomplishment and well being by making an appreciated and valuable contribution to BVO and the community at large. “Volunteers Grow Community” is the theme for Volunteer Canada.
Thank you for your willingness to partner with us, because together we can really make a difference.
All BVO volunteers are expected to meet and follow the following standards of conduct:
All BVO volunteers are expected to take an oath of confidentiality:
All volunteers and staff, as well as our clients are expected to follow the following policy: