Saturday, September 7, 2013
10am – 3pm
Parkinson Recreation Centre
1800 Parkinson Way, Kelowna
This annual event — now in its 16th year — draws about 80 local non-profit organizations who need volunteers to support the programs and services that make our community a better place to live. They are looking forward to meeting and talking with new volunteers face-to-face and providing all the information they need to find their volunteering ‘home’.
For volunteers, this event represents a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about each organization, and how their personal involvement can make a difference in our community. One stop, with all the answers they need to make their choice (Or choices!) on where they will give of their time.
Registration is now closed. If you would like to register for an email reminder for the 2014 Okanagan Volunteer Opportunities Fair, please call Dawn at 250.763.8008 x25, or email ac.rcknull@ofni.
Submit your ad online with your registration (preferred), or email your information to: ac.rcknull@ofni. If emailing, please enter your organization’s name in the subject line, followed by “Write up”. Submission guidelines are as follows. You can also download the guidelines (PDF). Please note: an extra fee of $60 will be charged for each change to magazine content and logo once submitted.
The logo space is 2.3125″ wide x 0.75″ high.
When sending your logo, the following are acceptable files:
- a high resolution PDF file (minimum 300dpi images at 100%, fonts embedded or converted to outlines) or;
- a Vector Artwork file or .eps with all fonts converted to outlines (Illustrator CS3 or lower file) or;
- a .jpeg or .tiff file at minimum 300dpi.
Remember a GIF file is NOT appropriate for print. Any files pulled off your website will NOT be accepted.
Do NOT send us logos done in Publisher, CorelDraw, Word, Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
The correct format for your contact information is:
City, Province, Postal Code
Mention the kind of work your society/organization does, the kinds of volunteers you are looking for and what kind of training you offer to your volunteers. Encourage people to volunteer by letting them know how they can make a difference in their community using their skills and knowledge. Remember not to be too wordy and don’t include the contact information that already is listed at the top of your ad.
Dawn Wilkinson - Manager
KCR Community Services
Laurel D’Andrea - Publisher
Pam Brooks - Community Recreation Coordinator
City of Kelowna
Jennifer Smith - Journalist
Kelowna Capital News
Myra Majeran & Beryl Itani - Volunteers
Kelowna Community Resources
Phil Bond - Manager
UBC Community Service Learning Program
Wendy Robertson - Executive Director
Kelowna Community Music School
Jin Park - Knowledge Management Specialist
View the ads for the Okanagan Volunteer Opportunities Fair on our Media Coverage page.
Click on one of the galleries from past volunteer fairs to open the photo archive page.
Read the Latest Blog Posts about the Volunteer Fair
- September 12, 2013 Volunteer Centre Column: More Ways to Volunteer Open up Every Day
- September 9, 2013 Get Involved – Volunteer Central Okanagan Style 2013
- September 6, 2013 Volunteer Fair This Saturday
- August 29, 2013 Volunteer Centre Column: Stories From Volunteer Front Lines
- August 23, 2013 Volunteer Centre Column: Volunteer Fair
- August 22, 2013 Volunteer Centre Column: Businesses Make Connections at the Volunteer Fair