Volunteer with Us

 Whether you’re in high school, a full-time employee, a working parent, or newly retired – there are opportunities available to suit your particular needs and circumstances.Short-term and longer-term opportunities for people of all ages to volunteer are available – locally, regionally and nationally.   Would you like to:

  • Help others – get involved in activities that will lift the spirits and brighten the future of someone affected by kidney disease.
  • Strengthen ties within your community – educate and engage others in important health issues.
  • Gain experience – learn how to organize events, collaborate with others and develop your communication and leadership skills.
  • Share you knowledge and expertise – serve on boards or committees, and use your experiences and perspectives to solve problems and influence change.
  • Explore your skills – apply your talents, and discover new ones!
  • Meet new people – participate in a variety of events and make new friends.
  • Have some fun! – play in a golf tournament, or host a special event.


Get Started!

Volunteer Resources

Orientation Manual

Volunteer Brochure

Acknowledgement of Confidentiality

Privacy Policy

Conflict of Interest

Kidney Squad Site

The BC and Yukon Kidney Squad intranet site is the central hub where volunteers, Chapter Board members and everyone connected to the BC & Yukon Branch can find a wealth of information, template documents, event ideas and peer -to-peer support for every aspect of volunteering.  for a login access to the BC & Yukon Kidney Squad pelase contact:


BC & Yukon Branch Office



Toll Free: 1.800. 567.8122


Volunteer Opportunities 


Join the BC & Yukon Branch Volunteers. We're 7,000 strong!                                                                                                   

Being a volunteer at The Kidney Foundation, BC & Yukon Branch, means joining a dynamic and diverse group of people who share a common purpose: to make a difference in the lives of those living with kidney disease across BC and Yukon.

Volunteering is a positive and rewarding experience. It encourages creativity and personal growth in a respectful and supportive environment. Volunteers make our work possible – from funding vital research, to advocacy, to promoting a greater understanding and awareness of kidney health and organ donation.

We need you to help volunteer! W  Join the BC & Yukon Branch Volunteers. Were 6,000 strong province wide!                                                                                                   

Whether you’re in high school, a full-time employee, a working parent, or newly retired, there are short- and long-term opportunities available to suit your particular needs and circumstances. You can volunteer as part of a local chapter or at the BC & Yukon Branch office.  

Benefits of Volunteering at the Kidney Foundation

  • Work with a national health organization who is a leader in the promotion of kidney health and kidney-related research programs

  • Meet new people while helping raise awareness about kidney disease and organ donation registration

  • Share knowledge and expertise and use it to contribute to the work of the Kidney Foundation and influence change

  • Engage with others and get involved in activities that will lift the spirits and brighten the future of those affected by kidney disease

  • Strengthen ties within your community: engage and educate others in important health issues

  • Develop your communication and leadership skills and discover new ones!

  • Lend your wealth of experience and professional background to your local KFOC Chapter or Board of Governance

  • Provide patient services in your local community as a member of the local chapter

  • Spread kidney awareness through social media campaigns, using your creative ideas and social communication skills

  • Contribute to innovative awareness campaigns that can make a difference in your community. Think: flash mob!

BC and Yukon Branch - 200-4940 Canada Way, Burnaby BC V5G 4K6 - Tel.: (604) 736-9775 / 1-800-567-8112
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