The Esquimalt Emergency Program is looking for volunteers to help with the following emergency teams:

  • Emergency Social Services (Evacuee Assistance)
  • Emergency Radio Communications
  • Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness Programs
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Opportunities at the Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC):

  • Children’s Deployment Workshop Assistant – Help children 3-12 experiencing a work-related separation with crafts and activities
  • Deployment Child Care Assistant – Help support military families experiencing a work-related separation at Wednesday Night Coffee Nights and other events
  • Doula – Seeking a qualified Doula to join the MFRC Pregnancy and Doula Service Team

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The Gorge Waterway Nature House is located in Esquimalt-Gorge Park. We are open to the public on weekends from 10 – 4 and we are looking for dedicated volunteers to run these public hours. Interpreters will enhance the experience of visitors by providing information about our displays. The GWNH holds a touch-tank filled with local marine life, a watershed model of the Gorge Waterway, an extensive shell and bone display, and other displays related to local environmental initiatives. Training will be provided.

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Township Community Arts Council (TCAC)

Seeking volunteers to share unique talents, experience and know-how to help bring the Arts in Esquimalt to a whole new level. The TCAC is currently planning 3 major events including the Memorial Park Music Fest, a six week Tuesday evening free concert series, commencing June 24th, to be held in our downtown core. If funded, this project will include a concert with our fabulous Naden Band, St. Jean-Baptiste Day celebration (in conjunction with the Francophone Society) and a red and white Canada Day event right here in the Township.

Specific areas of interest include dance, literature, music, theatre, visual/media arts and a variety of cultural events that will assist in transforming the historical negative perceptions of our community.

For further information contact: townshiparts@gmail.com


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