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What do volunteers do?

  • Volunteers assist the program coordinator with recreational activities, such as socializing, playing cards, and attending community events and festivals.

  • Volunteers also create healthy bonds with ABI survivors.

Who can volunteer?

  • Anyone with a caring personality who has the desire to improve the quality of life for ABI survivors.

  • Anyone who can commit to volunteering for a minimum of two hours per week (or one program session) for at least three months.

  • Volunteers should be easy-going and have a good sense of humour.

What are the benefits of volunteering?

  • An opportunity to create meaningful relationships.

  • An opportunity to enrich the lives of ABI survivors.

  • An opportunity to explore career choices.

What is confidential?

  • As a volunteer with SARBI, it is important to appreciate the right to privacy of all clients in the program. While it is acceptable to speak of the program in general terms, names and particulars should be kept confidential. Please feel free to discuss questions or concerns with the staff members.

How can I become a volunteer?

  • To volunteer in Saskatoon, Contact Carrie Witchekan at 306-373-3050 or to schedule a time to come in for a tour and discussion.

  • To volunteer in Regina, contact Kris Theaker or Shantelle Seibel at 306-347-9088 or