Volunteer Lethbridge builds connections and empowers individuals and organizations to enhance volunteerism and grow volunteer capacity.
About VOLUNTEER LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION
Volunteer Lethbridge was originally called the Lethbridge Volunteer Bureau when it began as a three-year, federally funded project through the YWCA in 1981.
We became a registered society as an independent, not-for-profit agency in 1986 and was later renamed the Community Volunteer Center.
We adopted our current name in 2000 and have been fortunate enough to be able to help countless individuals and organizations come together since our commencement. Our member agencies now top 100 and we offer a wide variety of programs and services to compliment our wonderfully diverse community.
In October 2013, Volunteer Lethbridge announced a new partnership with the University of Lethbridge that saw us relocating our offices into the newly renovated Dr. James Foster Building in downtown Lethbridge.