Volunteers are a vital part of CapitalCare. They enhance the quality of life for our residents and clients. Volunteers help our residents maintain their independence. We provide ongoing support and training and offer flexible daytime and evening volunteer opportunities.
Our volunteers help by:
We do not require our volunteers to have previous experience, however they must possess:
CapitalCare has 11 continuing care centres that are great places to volunteer. Join our volunteer team and make new friends while gaining valuable healthcare experience.
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Dorothy Koesveld, a member of the CapitalCare Dickinsfield Auxiliary since 1998, received the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers. The award was presented March 14 by Diane Lebouthillier, Minister of National Revenue, in recognition of Dorothy’s participation in the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP).
Dorothy joined the Dickinsfield Auxiliary and began volunteering in the Tuck Shop after her mother, who was a resident of Dickinsfield, passed away.
For nearly two decades Dorothy has advised the Auxiliary on its’ fundraising activities, always exhibiting the CapitalCare value “Act Responsibly.” Another value she embodies is “Work Together with Purpose.” During her time, the Auxiliary, working with residents and the administration team, has raised funds for:
We congratulate Dorothy on her recent award, and we thank her for her many years of service at Dickinsfield.
Angela Bennett, Coordinator of Volunteer Services,