Social Inclusion Facilitator

The Social Inclusion Volunteer assists the Calgary Drop-In Centre’s Internal Volunteer Liaison in delivering community-building volunteer opportunities to our clients.

This position involves bi-weekly Saturday visits to Fish Creek Park, including meeting at the Drop-In Centre, accompanying clients and the volunteer liaison to the park, participating in volunteer activities in the morning and recreational activities in the afternoon, returning to the DI.

Volunteer orientation attendance is required for this opportunity.

Number of Volunteers

Number of Volunteers

1 volunteer

Volunteer Times

Volunteer Times

One full day every second Saturday
(6-8 hour commitment)

Skills Required

Skills Required

Leadership experience, Strong communication and conflict management skills, Active, Outgoing

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and Responsibilities

Work alongside DI clients in a variety of outdoor settings, Be a role model for creating positive relationships and giving back



1 Dermot Baldwin Way SE

Training and Supervision

Training and Supervision

Supervised by Internal Volunteer Liaison

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Drop-In Centre Located?

#1 Dermot Baldwin Way SE, just south of Langevin Bridge.

Is there parking?

Yes, the Drop-In Centre provides complimentary parking on the south side of the building. Where it is marked “Reserved Parking”, this is for our volunteers.

If the parking lot is full, where do I park?

There is additional overflow parking on the east of the building. Please ask security to unlock the parking compound.

Can I drop in and volunteer?

Unfortunately not, all volunteer activities must be scheduled in advance by a member of the Volunteer Department.

I’ve already scheduled a shift and I have more people that want to join me, can they come?

As much as we would love more volunteers, there are area volunteer limits. If you have more people who would like to volunteer, please schedule an alternate day and time with the Volunteer Department for your larger group.

How many people are considered a group?

Party of three or larger (including you) qualifies as a group. If this is the case, please follow the group application process.

I have youth that want to participate with me, can they volunteer?

We welcome volunteers of all ages. However, those who are under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by a minimum of one adult. For children under the age of nine, they need to be accompanied by an adult, with an adult child ratio of one-to-one.

I’ve volunteered with a group previously, do I need to attend an orientation?

With all other volunteer opportunities, other than to serve a meal, we require you to attend an orientation.

What should I wear during volunteering?

Closed toe shoes must be worn, along with modest and comfortable clothing during your visit. No bandanas are permitted on the property; but baseball caps are.

I think every community should have a place like the Calgary Drop-In Centre. If they did, the world would be a better place.

Manisha Ghooi


Your contribution helps make it possible to serve meals, run programs, operate our facilities, and care for vulnerable clients. Apply now to the volunteer at the Calgary Drop-In Centre.