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Alberta 55+ Provincial Summer Games

General Interests

Accommodation

Accommodation- Liaise with the host hotels and transportation services to ensure that Games participants and fans have an incredible experience in our community. 

Ambassadors

Ambassadors- Games ambassadors are local experts that can provide visitors with information on things to see and do in Leduc and the area as well as being valuable sources of information about the Games.

Ceremonies & Protocol

Ceremonies and Protocol- Help kick off the Games by volunteering for the Opening Ceremonies on Thursday, August 21, 2025 and ensuring proper protocols are followed. This team also looks after planning and hosting the athlete banquet on Saturday, August 22, 2025.

Communications

Communications- Support the marketing and communications team by creating content for social media posts, updating the website and general games communications 

Facilities

Facilities- Prepare, set up and manage the venues to create a positive atmosphere and experience for the competitors. 

Food Services

Food Services- Assist the food services team in keeping the athletes fed! Help distribute food to all of our participants, and run food stations. This includes lunches, banquet, BBQ, and snack and coffee stations. 

Fundraising and Sponsorship

Fundraising and Sponsorship- Help raise the funds needed to host the Games and to leave a lasting legacy for Leduc’s older adults. 

 

General Volunteer - Help Where Needed

General Volunteer- Assist where needed throughout the event. Provide a helping hand throughout a variety of areas, where assistance is needed 

Hydration Team

Help keep our athletes hydrated!  Water stations will be set up throughout the event, we need your help to keep them stocked and clean. 

Medal Presentations

Medal Presentations- Help award our athletes! Assist during medal presentations by handing out awards, and ensuring medal ceremonies run smoothly 

Medical Services / First Aid

Medical Services/First Aid- Keep our athletes safe, by assisting within the medical/first aid stations. Help keep these stations stocked, and provide care when needed. 

Merchandise / Souvenirs

Merchandise/souvenirs- Help distribute merchandise items to participants. Assist at merchandise/souvenir tables, and help keep them stocked.  

Parking & Traffic Control

Parking and Traffic Control- Ensure event participants arrive at the location safely! Assist in direct traffic and parking throughout the event parking lot. 

Registration Centre

Registration Centre- Ensure all participants get registered at their required events. Help staff the registration center by checking in athletes. 

Results

Results- Using spreadsheets, track the results of each competition to record overall placings,  the podiums and qualifiers that will represent Alberta at the Canadian 55plus Summer Games 

 

Security

Security- Ensure safety of all participants by providing a secure location! Help provide security in event spaces. 

Signage

Signage- Help our events run smoothly by putting up proper signage throughout the event space. Assist in taking down signage when events conclude. 

Sports & Activities (see section below to provide more info)

Sports and Activities- Help our athletes have the best experience possible, by assisting during various sporting events and activities 

Volunteer Appreciation

Volunteer Appreciation- Help us provide much needed appreciation for all of our volunteers at a post-Games volunteer appreciation banquet 

Volunteer Lounges

Volunteer Lounges- Help make sure volunteers are well-looked after during the Games by providing food, information and hospitality at volunteer lounges 

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Community Volunteer Opportunities

 

 

Value Statement

Volunteers are essential to the success of many events, fundraisers, projects, groups and organizations in our community... and that's not purely by chance.

Volunteers bring passion and a humble leadership to our community... and in doing so they create ripples of change that help ensure that the City is a great place to live!

We encourage you view our many Community Volunteer postings, and hope you find the volunteer opportunity that speaks to YOU!

Recruit for Community Groups

Leduc Arts Foundry 2024 Leduc Art Walk!

Organization

Leduc Arts Foundry

 

Event

2024 Leduc Art Walk!

Dates

Saturday July 20, 2024

Location

Mainstreet Leduc!

Details

Date

Position

People Required/

Shift

Time

 

July 20, 2024

Set-up

4

6:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. shift only

 

July 20, 2024

Tear-down

4

6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. shift only

 

July 20, 2024

              Traffic control

1

7:30 AM – 11:00 AM 

 

July 20, 2024

Event Volunteers

20

20

20

9:00am-12:00pm

12:00pm-3:00pm

3:00pm-6:00pm

   

Activity Helpers

   
 

July 20, 2024

Activity Centre Volunteers

5

5

9:00am-12:00pm

12:00pm-3:00pm

    3:00pm-6:00pm

 

July 20, 2024

Face painters

3

3

10:30AM – 2:30 PM 

2:00 PM – 6:30 PM

 

July 20, 2024 

Volunteer Tent Assistant

2

2

2

9:00am-12:00pm

12:00pm-3:00pm

3:00pm-6:00pm

 

Please visit  https://www.artsfoundry.ca/art-walk-volunteer-info for more information and to register!

 

 

Leduc Regional Housing Foundation (Planeview Place) - Programs, games & social events

Organization Name: Leduc Regional housing Foundation

Event Name (If applicable): Multiple games.

Location: Place 5105-52 Avenue Leduc Alberta

Positions Available(s): Card Bingo, horseraces, crafters corner.

Position 1:

                Name of Position: Card Bingo

                Schedule of Position:

  • Monday afternoons weekly from 1:30-2:30.

Qualifications:

Card Bingo is a favorite game within our lodge. You would be using a deck of playing cards to play the bingo game. Interested individuals must have a passion for helping others. Have a desire to interacting with the public, residents and tenants in a kind manner. Must be 18 years of age and willing to complete a volunteer application form and receive a current clear police information check with vulnerable sector. Once these forms are completed you would book an interview with our Recreation & Volunteer Manager to complete orientation.

 

Position 2:

                Name of Position: Crafters Corner

                Schedule of Position:

  • Monday and Thursday mornings weekly from 10:30-11:30

         

Qualifications:

  • Crafters Corner requires someone with a passion to create and to come up with new crafts weekly.  Interested individuals must have a passion for helping others. Must be 18 years of age and willing to complete a volunteer application form and receive a current clear police information check with vulnerable sector. Once these forms are completed you would book an interview with our Recreation & Volunteer Manager to complete orientation.

Position 3:

                Name of Position: Horseraces

                Schedule of Position:     

  • Tuesday afternoons weekly from 2:30-3:30 and Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30

 

                Qualifications:

  • Horseraces is a fun, interactive game that is a crowd pleaser among the seniors. Interested individuals must have a passion for helping others. Have a desire to interacting with the public, residents and tenants in a kind manner. Must be 18 years of age and willing to complete a volunteer application form and receive a current clear police information check with vulnerable sector. Once these forms are completed you would book an interview with our Recreation & Volunteer Manager to complete orientation.

 

 


 

Contact Information:

Name: Diana (Recreation & Volunteer Manager)

Phone Number: 780.986.2835

Email: dmanion@leducregionalhousing.ca

Website: www.Leducregionalhousing.ca

Leduc & District Food Bank

Position Details: 

Morning into afternoon
 
Positions Available: 
  • Drivers
    • This position will work with a partner and share driving responsibilities
      Pickup donations within Leduc, Beaumont and Devon. Food bank Vans are used for pick ups
    • 4 positions available 
    • Mon., Wed., Fri. 7:15 am – early afternoon
    • Qualifications:
      • Minimum age 18 yrs. 
      • Criminal records check 
      • Drivers abstract 
      • Ability to lift up to 30- 50lbs 
  • Warehouse Volunteers 
    • This position consists of sorting food donations, assisting with our recycling program, and helping with other tasks as needed.
    • 4 positions available 
    • Weekday- Mornings
    • Qualifications: 
      • Minimum age 18 yrs. 
      • Drivers abstract 
      • Criminal records check (letter supplied for crime check) 
      • Ability to lift is helpful but not mandatory

Contact details:

Name: Gert 

Phone number: 780-986-5333

Email: director@Idfb.ca

Website: Leduc & District Food Bank

Arts Foundry - Board Opportunities

 
 

Organization name:

Leduc Arts Foundry

Mission/Vision: Connecting people through art

Board/ Committee Details:

Board Position 1:

Name of Position: Vice Chair

Position requirements: Grant writing, fund development, stakeholder relationships, hiring, strategic planning, budget evaluation.

Term and Meeting Schedule:

First Thursday of every month

Time Commitments:

Attend monthly board meetings and occasionally extra meetings, evening.

Qualifications: working with a non-profit organization, budget and strategic planning, fundraising.

Board Position 2:

Name of Position: Secretary

Position requirements: taking minutes, recording meetings and highlighting action items

Term and Meeting Schedule: First Thursday of every month

Time Commitments:

Attend monthly board meetings and occasionally extra meetings, evening.

Qualifications:

Typing, note taking, experience with non-profit organization an asset


Contact Details:

 

Name: Brittany

Phone: 780-974-2387

Email: executivedirector@artsfoundry.ca

Website: Arts Foundry

Girl Guides Leduc

Girl Guides Canada- Leduc  is looking for Volunteer Leaders !

 

We empower young girls and women to be everything they want to be, and as a volunteer, you will help make that happen! Our volunteers support girls as they build confidence, develop new skills and become leaders in their communities. As part of a unit’s leadership team, you’ll facilitate fun and engaging program activities, like scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, outdoor exploration, games and more with our Guides (9-11 years). Volunteers will receive access to a digital program platform stocked with age-appropriate activities and meeting tools, as well as training on how to deliver activities in ways that will empower and encourage girls. Units meet on a regular basis, from weekly to monthly, depending on the age of the girls. Volunteers commit to 3 hours per week for unit meetings plus additional hours, when required, for trips and events.

 

Various Locations - Ecole Corinthia Park,  Boys and Girls Club of Leduc

Positions 

2nd Leduc Guides - Unit Leaders

  • Wednesdays- 6:15pm - 7:30 pm  

Embers Unit guider

  • Mondays 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm 

 

What you will Do as A Volunteer?

Create a safe, welcoming, and inclusive space for girls! - Plan regular unit meetings in person, outdoors and online, during which you’ll facilitate girl-driven programming that is fun and engaging. - Organize in-person or virtual opportunities beyond unit meetings, including community service activities and camps. - Support shared leadership and decision-making with girls and other volunteers. - Promote Girl Guides to girls and women locally. - Provide ongoing communication to girls and parents/guardians about unit activities. - Assist with unit administration tasks, such as maintaining girls’ program records and health forms, managing safety protocols, and ordering badges. - Assist with maintaining unit finances as required by your province. - Support the semi-annual sales of Girl Guide Cookies. What You’ll Bring: - A welcoming, imaginative and enthusiastic attitude. - Openness, flexibility and a willingness to try new things. - An appreciation of diversity and inclusivity. - An embrace of the girl-driven approach to Girl Guides. - The ability to understand, encourage and respect girls’ ideas and thoughts. - Resourcefulness, dependability, and creativity. - A willingness to show your unique talents and skills. What You Need: - All volunteers must have reached the age of majority in their province or territory. - Pass a Police Record Check facilitated by Girl Guides of Canada. - Follow Guiding protocols and vaccination policy, volunteers must be fully vaccinated to take part in in-person activities. - Complete organizational training components on safety, the role and administrative duties, as part of the volunteer onboarding process.

 

Why should you volunteer for this opportunity?

Benefits that Volunteering at Girl Guides of Canada will add to your resume. Broaden your Interpersonal skills. Develop your teamwork, leadership abilities. Expand communication and organizational skills. Collaborate and create with other Guiders. Showcase your dependability, compassion, problem-solving skills. Networking with other Guiders across Canada. Fun, Rewarding, Life-changing, and Unforgettable experiences.

 


Contact Details: 
Name: Kirsty  - Member Growth Coordinator - Girl Guides of Canada

Phone: 1-833-433-0966 x1339

Email: membergrowth@girlguides.ca 

or

Local volunteer coordinator 
Jade O'Dell Ph: 780-996-1667 email: any-edmglowingemberdc@girlguides.ca

Website: http://www.girlguides.ca 

 

Make A Wish Canada- Grand Slam Slo-Pitch Tournament - LEDUC

Make-A-Wish Grand Slam Slo-Pitch Tournament - August 24- 25, 2024

This August, we’ll be turning the William F. Lede Park (4524 - 47 Ave, Leduc) into the ultimate home run with tons of prizes to be won, delicious food trucks, awesome music, beer garden, auctions, raffles, fun-loving entertainment, and inspiring stories from our brave wish kids. We would love to have you join us as a volunteer for this fun and memorable event!

Details:

Location: William F. Lede Park 4524 - 47 Avenue, Leduc AB
Meeting Spot: Baseball Diamond #1
Date: Sat Aug 24 - Sun Aug 25
To Bring: Make-A-Wish t-shirt, comfy clothes and closed-toe shoes, water bottle, sunscreen

Schedule:
Saturday August 24th
Set-up from 7:30am
Registration 9:00am – 10:30am
Opening remarks & warm-up 10:30am – 11am
Games begin at 11am – 6:30pm (using 4 diamonds)
BREAK – Home Run Derby on Field #1 - 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Beer Gardens from 10am – 9pm
Sunday August 25th
Registration 10:00am – 11:00am
Games begin at 11am – 6:30pm (using 4 diamonds)
BREAK – Base Running Contest on Field #1 - 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Beer Gardens from 10am – 6pm
Closing ceremony & awards/draws 6:30pm
Take down 7pm

 

You can register on our Volunteer Site -  VolunteerSignup - Online volunteer signup sheets - Make-A-Wish Grand Slam Slo-Pitch Tournament - August 24- 25, 2024 signup sheet

Leduc Grain Elevator - Canada Day Celebrations

Organization

Alberta Legacy Development Society/Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator

Event

Canada Day Event

Dates

July 1, 2024

Location

 5209 47 St, Leduc

Position Details

Date

Position

People Required

Time

July 1, 2024

Event Monitors

2

9:30am-2:30pm (event 10am-2pm)

July 1, 2024

Face Painting Line up

2

9:30am-2:30pm (event 10am-2pm)

July 1, 2024

Elevator Entrance Monitor

1

9:30am-2:30pm (event 10am-2pm)

July 1, 2024

Children’s Games Monitor

2

9:30am-2:30pm (event 10am-2pm)

Position Details

  • Event Monitors
    • These positions are about providing a positive event experience for the guests, and helping to maintain a safe and happy event site
    • Monitor perimeter.
    • Walk around the entire event site. Encourage crowd participation, hand out swag.
    • Provide relief to other positions
  • Face Painting Lineup Control:
    • Welcome patrons to the event!
    • Provide details to event (washrooms, activity locations etc.)
    • Hand out Swag as people come into the event.
  • Elevator Entrance Monitor:
    • Will be stationed just inside the entrance to the Elevator, people clicker and chair provided
  • Children’s Games Monitor:
  • Set up games
  • Assist children with playing games and handing out prizes
  • Use clicker to keep track of how many children played the games
  • Take down games when event finished

 

Contact

Leduc Grain Elevator

Email

info@leducelevator.com

Larry

780-718-5477

 

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