Volunteer Information

Southeast Connection continually works to support groups through various community initiatives to increase participation and access to sport, culture and recreation activities.

olunteer Resources

Southeast Connection recognizes how valuable your time is so we have compiled several resources to help you continue to build and retain a strong volunteer base in your community and organization.

Volunteer Handbook Template
Volunteer Toolkit
Volunteer Orientation Checklist
10 Ways to be a Great Place to Volunteer
Did You Know? (Facts About Volunteering)

Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement
Bridging the Gap
A Matter of Design: Job Design Theory and Application to the Voluntary Sector

Interested in hosting a Volunteerism Workshop in your community?

Contact Tara-Leigh Heslip, Community Develpment Consultant, at 306.695.2006 for more information.

Every April, Volunteer Canada leads us in celebrating National Volunteer Week.  It is the perfect time to say thank you to volunteers and celebrate the positive impact of volunteerism.  Southeast Connection Sport, Culture & Recreation District has created a fun and simple to use #UNselfie and #Volunteer Star toolkit to make it simple and easy for you to recognize your volunteers!  For the full toolkit, click on link: #UNselfie Toolkit (National Volunteer Week)

Volunteer Information