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Our volunteers are an integral part of our team, helping to raise awareness about elder abuse and inform older adults of resources available through Public Education and Outreach workshops and events, as well as supporting the delivery of our services.  

 Benefits of volunteering:

  • Learn about the law and seniors’ issues, as well as how to navigate resources and services for seniors.
  • Enhance public speaking, community engagement, and outreach skills.
  • Give back to the community and support a meaningful cause.

To be eligible to volunteer: 

  • Minimum age 19+
  • Fully proficient in English
  • Be able to provide 2 references
  • Complete a Criminal Record Check
  • Must be available for training 
  • Available at least 4 hours per month
  • Assets: can speak languages other than English, previous public speaking experience

To express your interest in volunteering with Seniors First BC, please complete the form below.

Volunteer Form

Seniors Abuse & Information Line (SAIL)

SAIL is a confidential means for seniors to speak to a professional intake worker about issues that affect their well-being, receive information, or learn about our programs. Call 604-437-1940 or Toll-Free at 1-866-437-1940 weekdays 8am to 8pm and weekends 10am to 5:30pm. Language interpretation is available. 

Our Funders

Seniors First BC’s services are funded through our valued funders and donors.
Law Foundation
British Columbia


Seniors First BC is a charitable, non-profit society that provides information, advocacy, and support to seniors across BC who are dealing with issues affecting their well-being.

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