Glacier View Lodge provides a caring home environment for residents with complex care needs.
We work as a team in providing a warm, caring, home environment that contributes to the quality of life for our seniors and their families. The seniors who live at Glacier View Lodge come to our facility with a life history and many stories..
Volunteers are important members of the team. Our hope is that volunteers will help our residents to remain connected to what has given their life meaning. It may be that no two volunteers, or community organizations, will contribute to the quality of life for those living at Glacier View Lodge in just the same way
We invite you to explore with us an individual volunteer job description.
- Maybe you have a listening and empathetic ear?
- A gift for storytelling?
- Maybe you enjoy fitness activities.
- Are you a whiz on the computer or enjoy navigating the web
- Do you enjoy photography?
- Do you love to shop?
- Are you Musical?
- Are you a builder?
- Do you have a green thumb?
- A favourite hobby?
- Are you comfortable engaging with people at mealtimes?
- Are you a writer?
- Do you like to fund raise or be part of a group? Think about our Auxiliary.
There are unlimited volunteer opportunities ~ some directly with residents and other behind-the-scenes jobs! Let us know what your special interests are. Please note that individual volunteers must be 14 years of age to visit independently.
IMPORTANT: Please review the Pre-Orientation Reading and then make an appointment at the Health Unit for your TB test. An annual influenza vaccine is also recommended. When these steps are completed, call Glacier View Lodge to speak to Liz about your Volunteer Orientation at 250 338-1451. Please bring your driver’s license and social insurance number to the orientation meeting, so that your Criminal Record can be obtained.
See the next tab for information about the Glacier View Lodge Auxiliary.
Come and help us grow our community!
Volunteer Pre-Orientation Reading
Safety Information for NEW Volunteers
Volunteer Application Form
Long Term Care licensing requires all those who regularly spend time in a facility to have a current TB test. To arrange for a TB test, call Gillian Johnson at 250-218-4360, and then bring a verification of your negative TB test to the Volunteer Orientation.