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Volunteer Opportunities and Volunteer of the Year Award Information

The Town of High River actively promotes volunteerism in the community among residents and visitors

Stars of High River - Volunteer of the Year Award

2023 National Volunteer Week: April 16th to 22nd.

Every year High River celebrates the volunteers who add so much to our community with a Stars of High River event during Volunteer Recognition Week in April. High River’s Town Council recognizes outstanding volunteers of the year at this event.

This year we are doing our Volunteer of the Year Award celebration in-person on April 20, 2023. Nominations are open for the Volunteer of the Year Award from February 27th to March 30th and winners for the award will be chosen on April 11, 2023 by Mayor and Council at the Regular Council Meeting.

Nomination's are opening on February 27th! Nomination link can be found HERE..

Registration for the Stars of High River event will be open from March 30th until April 13th. Be sure to register for the event to be included in the Town's celebration of all the outstanding volunteers.

Once nominations open, there will be opportunities for individuals to be entered in weekly giveaways, stay tuned for more details.

Event Agenda coming soon in coordination with registration dates.

Come back to view the Mayoral Proclamation once adopted in April.

You can help your neighbours and those in need by volunteering in High River.

Below are volunteer opportunities through the Town’s Family and Community Support Services. To learn more about these opportunities please connect with our FCSS staff.

Volunteer Driver for seniors: Volunteer drivers provide transportation for out of area medical appointments to individuals not eligible for subsidy. The senior pays a set honorarium to the driver

Snow Angels: helping your neighbours and those in need with snow shovelling

Volunteer Income Tax Program

United Way Partnership Volunteer Committee

Emotional Safe Spots Trained Volunteers: When you see a round orange decal on a building in High River, it means a trained volunteer is ready to help you if you need support.

Other Volunteer Opportunities in the Community

For other volunteer opportunities in and around High River, visit the Volunteer Connector Website. Use the proximity search feature to find opportunities in your area.

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