Notices

Become a Senior Support Volunteer

The Senior Peer Support Program will:

  • Offer potential volunteers a 50 hour online training program every Wednesday for 3 hours starting March 23
  • Match the trained volunteers with seniors who need help identifying issues by phone, zoom or in-person once a week
  • Support seniors in setting goals to overcome life challenges they are facing


Volunteer requirements:

  • You must be 55 or older and register as a volunteer with Burnaby Neighbourhood House
  • Be a good listener and want to help seniors in Burnaby’s diverse community
  • Commit to the training and at least one year to the program


For more information contact Kathy at 236-885-7303 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Senior Support Volunteer

 

Spring 2022 Registered Programs at Cameron

Registration opens Tuesday, March 8 at 10:00am for Burnaby Residents. For Non-residents it opens Friday, March 11, at 10:00am. Both days, numbers will be handed out at 9:00am in the upper lobby and registration will begin at 10:00am. Registration will be in-person, by phone 604-297-4452, or online at burnaby.ca/webreg.

[Click on the image to view the Spring Program Guide (pdf).]

Cameron Program Guide Spring 2022

 

AssistList

AssistList.ca is a free, online marketplace!  It is a charitable organization in British Columbia that promotes public health by empowering the community to buy, sell, or donate health medical equipment.

  • Sell or donate your item to someone who needs it.
  • Find items you need at affordable rates.
  • Get notified when the item you’re looking for is available.
  • Find safe locations for exchanging items.
  • Get discounts on moving, repair, and assessment of items.

For more information please visit www.assistlist.ca or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

AssistList Poster

 

Burnaby Community Fridge Program

Free Food FridgeThis program from Burnaby Primary Care Networks will provide in a safe, low barrier and nonjudgmental way food for people in the neighbourhoods to give and take, to reduce waste and feed their children better. It builds and enhances food security in Burnaby for those in need.

The first location is outside the Burnaby Youth Hub at 4750 Imperial Street. Please go and check it out, and feel free to take something or leave something!  For more information on what items are accepted for the fridge please view the FAQ here.

free food fridge