Become a Volunteer
BC Wheelchair Sports is always looking for volunteers!
You don’t need any special skills and you don’t have to be athletic. All you need is a desire to give back to the community. We have volunteer opportunities for tournaments and practices. There are a variety of roles such as scorekeepers, set up/take down, practice assistants, and much more!
Email Daniel at email@example.com to find out more.
Benefits of Volunteering
- Meet new people
- Learn new skills
- Have fun
- Gain experience with people with disabilities
- Give back to the community
Scorekeeper: Running the scoreboard, score clock, penalty table, or filling out the scoresheet.
Practice Assistant: Assisting our coaches and athletes during practices. This can include filling up water bottles, setting up the space/equipment needed, fetching implements, running timers, etc.
Setup/Take down: Assisting with the setup and/or take down of tournaments and events at the venue.
Equipment: Assisting with any required maintenance on the equipment as well as managing team equipment.
Transportation: Transporting athletes/teams and their equipment to and from the venues, accommodations, and airports.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Join our mailing list to stay in the loop about different upcoming events and programs that need volunteers. Email Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Seated Throws Program – Program Support
The Seated Throws Program in Richmond will taking on more volunteers in January 2024. Duties include providing support to coach Ross, taking measurements, and retrieving equipment for athletes. To learn more, contact Jessica Ferguson at email@example.com
To learn more about upcoming volunteer opportunities, please contact Program Coordinator Daniel Bahrami at firstname.lastname@example.org