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Thank you for your interest in joining our volunteer team in Prince George.

The mandate of BC Cancer Volunteer Services is to enhance the mission of BC Cancer and the experience of patients, family and friends during their cancer journey.

Whether you have been affected by cancer, have a health care career goal or just want to be involved in your community we welcome your online application. Volunteers are a part of the multi-disciplinary team and play a vital role in the provision of high quality care and support to our patients and their family members.

There are no educational prerequisites but compassionate, empathetic, non-judgmental individuals match our patients’ needs. 

We offer volunteer opportunities Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. week days. Please note we do not have volunteer opportunities for evenings or weekends.

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I had been wanting to do some volunteer work when I saw the ad in the paper. The interaction with patients is great and the volunteer support is excellent. (volunteer) 



  • Age 18 years and up
  • Recommend that volunteers be one year post-treatment
  • Suggested guideline that volunteers who have supported a loved one through treatment should apply one year following the end of treatment
  • Available during clinic hours (Mon. - Fri. 8am - 4:30pm)
  • Be available and willing to commit to one regular 3  - 4 hour shift each week for a minimum of six (6) months
  • Completed application, interview and reference checks
  • Successful Applicants will be invited to and must complete a Volunteer Basic Training Course . 
Volunteer Positions



Chemo Treatment Room Volunteer: Offer and provide support to patients and their families attending chemotherapy by greeting patients and offering companionship. Provide support to clinic staff. 

Comfort Cart Volunteer: Greet and assist new and current patients with navigating the building, provide general information as required, assist patients, families and staff by offering conversational support to patients, showing patients what is available in the waiting area, tidying up the waiting area when required and other duties as requested by staff. 

Greeter and Cancer Information Centre Volunteer: Enhance the patient experience by assisting with navigation, providing support, helping to access information, and offering direction. To support the staff team as directed.

Office Volunteer: The office volunteer supports the volunteer program and administrative offices, and assists and supports BCCA staff as directed. 

Pet Visiting Volunteer: Visit with patients and visitors in the waiting areas throughout the building. Pets and owners must complete the BC Pets & Friends visitation program or St. John's Ambulance Dog Therapy program prior to volunteering. 


Chemo Treatment Room Volunteer

Comfort Cart Volunteer

Office Volunteer

Pet Visiting Volunteer

Click Here to Apply

For more information contact:  

Joelene Olson: Regional Volunteer Coordinator

Tel:  250.645.7300 Local 687469


  • For Inquiries about the Driver Program please contact: Terry Foulds-Volunteer Drivers Tel: 250-645-2373

  • For Volunteer Inquiries at the Kordyban Lodge and the Canadian Cancer Society please visit:

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