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How and Where You Can Volunteer in Edmonton This Christmas

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Now that Halloween is over, the holiday season is upon us! This means hot chocolate, decorations, and Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ around every corner. The holiday season also means spreading joy and giving back to the community.

Liberty will be volunteering with the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton this year,

but we’ve included some additional not-for-profit organizations and holiday campaigns in Edmonton looking for volunteers as well.

Christmas Bureau of Edmonton

Every year the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton welcomes volunteers of all ages to assist in hamper packing, delivery, present wrapping and operating donation desks. You can find more information about this organization and how to volunteer on their website.

Hope Mission

Providing care, and counselling services for men, women and youth across Alberta, Hope Mission volunteers are needed to help sort donations, work with youth, assist in overnight shelters and assist with their daily meal service. For more information about their special holiday dates, visit the Hope Mission website.

Bissell Centre

Bissell Centre focuses on empowering people to make the transition from poverty by helping them build sustainable lifestyles. Become a Bissell Elf and help the Bissell Centre serve meals, sort donations, wrap gifts, and spread holiday cheer!

630 CHED Santas Anonymous

Help 630 CHED sort, wrap and deliver gifts and Christmas magic to 25,000 less fortunate children in Edmonton. You can volunteer by dropping in on designated days, or apply to volunteer with a group of friends!

The Mustard Seed

The Mustard Seed supports homeless populations throughout Alberta by supporting sustainable lifestyle change and integration into the broader community. You can volunteer by sponsoring a meal or by hosting an event, either as an individual or as a group. You can even volunteer on Christmas Day!

Boyle Street Community Services

In addition to hosting their annual Christmas Dinner, Boyle Street offers not only meals, but resources for their clients to escape poverty and homelessness by breaking down the barriers to inclusion.


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