Supporting Community Justice-Equity-Diversity-Inclusion for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Volunteer Burnaby embraces and supports all individuals right to access volunteer opportunities regardless of age, gender, ethnic background, religion, mental or physical ability, or sexual orientation in their efforts to contribute to their communities. Based on our values, we introduced in 1993 the Special needs Access Program (SNAP) today supported by Community Living BC. Our program supports adults (19+) with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities by supporting their search for meaningful volunteer opportunities.

How does the program work?

  • Adults (19+) to this program must be referred by the offices of

Community Living BC

Burnaby-New Westminster

#400 205 Newport Drive, Port Moody, BC, Canada

Phone:  604-933-2000  General Enquiries:

Committing to diversity, equity and inclusionBenefits of supporting our program:

  • You will be a leader in Justice-Equity-Diversity-Inclusion by being open to volunteers with diverse abilities.
  • Be surprised by the skills that our program participants can offer to your agency or organization.
  • Enrich the culture of your organization: Make diversity one of your top priorities when you need volunteers.
  • Take advantage of our free consultation services to design volunteer opportunities with equity, diversity and inclusion in mind.
  • Our volunteers are committed and dedicated to your program.

Shredding Services 13 Uses for Shredded Paper

Our program also offers shredding services for your confidential documents. Our program participants ensure privacy, discretion and confidentiality for your internal documents and communications.

If you are interested in this services please contact us to arrange for a site visit or files drop-off
Tel.: 604 294 5533