Be A Volunteer


You can VOLUNTEER to be an Adventure  Buddy for our clients for our upcoming sessions every Summer, Fall and Winter.

SUMMER programs are delivered mostly out of Brae Island park in Fort Langley and sometimes out of Elgin Park in South Surrey. This year we will be delivering programs out of Albert Dyck lake in Abbotsford.

FALL AND WINTER PROGRAMS are delivered at Grandview Heights Aquatic Center in Surrey.


All you need to do is contact us by email, then you will complete an application and other supplemental forms in addition to completing a criminal record search.  When all the paper work is completed you will be invited to join our Volunteer training Session. We appreciate your promptness in submitting Criminal Record Checks as they take a few weeks to get completed and we are required to have all paper work completed for each volunteer.


SUMMER/FALL/WINTER VOLUNTEER TRAINING SESSION: This session is typically hosted one or two weeks prior to the start of every program season (summer, fall and winter) See below for summer 2022 dates.

More details and a list of  what to bring will be shared with you closer to the dates of training. Please note that we are not able to offer a second training session. We can only offer a volunteer shadowing orientation as a substitute to our training session, not ideal but an option if you must miss the training sessions.

WHAT IS THE TRAINING ABOUT ? You will have the opportunity to complete some basic disability/chronic condition training as well as the basics of facilitating outdoor adventures, specifically paddling. You will work one-on-one with a client as their adventure buddy, each session, so we want to equip you to guide clients to succeed.

For the Fall and Winter the training also includes Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Aquatic games/ Adventure Education activities to help clients achieve their goals our different programs.


Because you can really change the world, One Client, One Life, One water adventure at a time!

Join us! We would love to have you be a part of the Power For All Family this season!

Volunteer Role Description PFA


This year we are holding separate training sessions you must attend: a water training session and an online training session.Our water training has two available time slots in order to maintain a safe group size. Only sign up for 1 water training session.
Our online training is also split into two parts. One is a program from MacHealth and can be completed in your own time but must be done before the Zoom session. This self-paced on-line training will help you understand the basics of working with children/youth who live with developmental coordination disorder.  Our Zoom session will be June 24th at 6:30 pm. These online sessions will teach you about different conditions and disabilities our clients live with in addition to our current COVID-19 policies and procedures to keep everyone safe in the outdoors!
Completing both of these training sessions are mandatory for our volunteers.
STEP 1: Register for 1 of the following ONLINE training session: 
Online Training June 24 7:00 pm – 9:00pm
STEP 2: Sign up for and complete the online MacHealth program
McHealth Online Program
STEP 3: Register for the in person training
In-person Training July 9 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Once the steps above have been completed, we will be in touch with some information about how to obtain a Criminal Record Check for working with those who are vulnerable and the paper work necessary to complete your registration as a volunteer with PFA.
We look forward to connecting with you.


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