Vancouver Botanical Gardens Association


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Thank you for your interest in volunteering your time and talents with the Vancouver Botanical Gardens Association. A wide range of volunteer opportunities are available at VanDusen Botanical Garden and Bloedel Conservatory. VBGA volunteers contribute their time and talents in:

  • Education
  • Visitor and Member Services
  • Administration
  • Special Events
  • Governance 
  • and more! 

A note: The garden beds at Bloedel Conservatory and VanDusen Botanical Garden are maintained by staff gardeners, we do not have any gardening volunteer opportunities available. 

Due to COVID19 many volunteer activities are currently on pause. Please feel free to create your volunteer profile and we will be in touch when volunteer activities/recruitment recommences. 

Your first step to volunteering is completing the volunteer application form. Please select the green button that says 'Fill in an Application" to begin this process. If you already have a myvolunteerpage account, you can log in to your account through the link right below it.

Next, please review our current opportunities on the tab titled opportunities and select list, not calendar.

The VBGA's mission is to engage people of all ages and walks of life in the importance of biodiversity to our lives and to foster a lifelong love of plants and gardens by virtue of their participation in our programs and services. Volunteers connect people to plants and help them understand their role in Earth’s ecosystems. We're excited that you are interested in being part of this mission!

For further information regarding volunteering, please contact Elise at ehallmeyer@vandusen.org or 604-257-8469.

Thank you for your support,

Volunteer Engagement Team

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to engage people of all ages and walks of life in the importance of biodiversity to our lives, and to foster a lifelong love of plants and gardens by virtue of their participation in our programs and services.