The Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau is the centre of Grande Prairie's community non - profit sector. We work collaboratively with individuals, non-profits, educational institutions, and the corporate sector to provide programs opportunities and advocacy to develop a vibrant, growing community that cares. Read More
NOMINATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 3. The 2017 Leaders of Tomorrow Awards, presented by ATCO, recognizes students (ages 13-18) who have made outstanding contributions to their communities through volunteerism. Click 'Read More' for information and how to nominate an outstanding youth. Read More
and the Outstanding Member of the Community Awards were presented during the 31st International Volunteer Day Celebration Breakfast on December 5th,2016. Click "Read More" for the names of the 2016 recipients. Read More
The Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau is happy to offer the newest training workshop series "HR Recipes for Success". These practical HR focused workshops, instructed by a leading non-profit Human Resources expert, are designed specifically for supervisors, managers and HR professionals who are new to managing staff or could just use a bit more training around day-to-day HR functions, conflict management, recruitment, employee coaching, employee discipline, policy development, and much more! For more information click on Read More
Bookkeeping ServicesThe Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau is now offering very affordable bookkeeping services to non-profit agencies! Call Carol-Anne at (780)538-2727 for more information!
March 27, 2017
Larry Groner: Saskatoon Lake Ag.
Saskatoon Lake Ag. Society would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to Larry Groner. Larry is our go to man for all maintenance and repairs at our community hall. He is always willing jump in with a fix and lend a hand or get the job done. Larry we thank you for your tireless hours of repairs and for sitting on our board as a member for so many years. Your skill and knowledge is greatly appreciated and we appreciate all your hard work.
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