Five Places to Volunteer this Christmas

Spread holiday cheer to those who need it most

Courtesy YESS

Edmonton’s Food Bank

An affiliate member of Food Banks Canada, Edmonton’s Food Bank is committed to “Relieving hunger today. Preventing hunger tomorrow.” There are many ways to give and support their work.

11508 120 Street NW
780-425-2133
edmontonsfoodbank.com

Christmas Bureau of Edmonton

Become a Donation Desk Ambassador by accepting donations, issuing tax receipts and most importantly, helping people in your community enjoy a festive holiday meal.

12122 68 Street NW
780-421-9627
christmasbureau.ca

Youth Empowerment and Support Services

The Armoury Resource Centre’s hours extend over winter but there are still many youth spending too much time outdoors. From the kitchen, to maintenance to Christmas day games, there are plenty of ways to make this a special holiday season for some special Edmonton youths.

9310 82 Ave
780-468-7070
yess.org

Hope Mission

Volunteer with preparation, serving, and meal service cleanup, as well as sorting donations, assisting in overnight shelters, and working with youth and children.

9908 106 Avenue
780-422-2018
hopemission.com

Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation

Volunteers are essential to the Stollery Fondation. Help out on a phone bank, a silent auction, or with office work any time of year.

800 College Plaza, 8215 – 112 Street
780-433-5437
stollerykids.com

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