YMCA Volunteers contribute hundreds of hours helping the YMCA of Moose Jaw build healthy communities each year. Whether you want to help people improve their overall health, support children and youth as they grow into adults, create a welcoming environment or simply make a difference in someone's life, the YMCA has a wide variety of volunteer opportunities to match your passion, skills and schedule.
BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING
Volunteering is more than just sharing your time and passion, it’s about the satisfaction of knowing you are helping people become stronger, giving back to your community and gaining valuable work experience that will enhance your career opportunities.
Here are just a few of the many benefits you will receive from volunteering:
- The fulfillment from knowing you are making a difference in your community
- New skills, increased confidence and enhanced leadership skills
- New friends and acquaintances from all walks of life
- Valuable Canadian work experience
- Be part of an organization with a history of giving back to its community
- Gained hours towards your community service requirement
Health and Fitness
Create your own volunteer experience
We believe that you should have the opportunity to create a volunteer experience that works for you, your family and the YMCA. If you want to become involved but do not see an opportunity that interests you, please contact the YMCA of Moose Jaw Volunteer Manager to learn how you can create your own volunteer experience with us.
The YMCA of Moose Jaw provides many opportunities for large or small groups to become involved in one time events or on a continually basis. If you would like to become involved with your family, a group of friends or within your place of employment- please e-mail and ask us how you can make a difference in your community with group volunteering! You can also download the group volunteering application form
For more information on how you can get involced please contact:
Ashley Florent- Ashley@mjymca.ca
Manager of Volunteer Services