Volunteer with OneSky Community Resources
Volunteer opportunities may be available in these areas:
- Better at Home services for seniors
- Services for children and/or youth
- Services to adults
Please tell us what your volunteer interests are – we will try to match your interests with our needs.
Seeking Applicants for
OneSky Community Resources
Board of Directors
Are you interested in using your knowledge, compassion and leadership skills to build a vibrant and inclusive community? Then we want you!
OneSky Community Resources provides supports and services to children and families, youth, adults and seniors throughout the South Okanagan and Similkameen. We have been serving the community for 53 years.
We seek volunteers with a wide range of skills and experience for a limited number of Board positions. Previous board and governance experience is desirable but not essential. A background in human resources and business, advocacy and government relations, information technology, finance and accounting, law, fundraising or marketing are all necessary skills to support the work of the Board.
The ideal candidate is:
- Committed to the OneSky Community Resources mission and values
- Available to provide six to eight hours a month of their time and talents
The OneSky Community Resources Board provides vision and strategic direction to over 25 diverse social and health programs in south Okanagan-Similkameen communities. Services include: childcare programs for children from birth to 12 years, including children with special needs (eight licensed childcare centres in Penticton, Oliver and Keremeos), a wide range of supports for youth and families (Integrated Family Development and Counselling services); Paper Shuffle and housing for adults with developmental disabilities; and Better at Home for seniors. OneSky also partners with other community organizations to provide other housing (The Rise on Nanaimo) and health services (Foundry Penticton).
We welcome those from all parts of our community and particularly encourage people from our smaller communities, First Nations and rural areas to apply.