All of our programs and services are only possible through the amazing efforts of our dedicated volunteers.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Below are some of the WCK volunteer opportunities we have right now. Please note that we are pausing our volunteer applications for a short period and will provide updates on new opportunities soon. At the moment we are only accepting applications for City Camp volunteers.


City Camp Volunteers

City camp program
WCK City Camp for Kids

City Camp Volunteers


WCK hosts in-person day camp opportunities for kids affected by cancer and blood disorders. Positions are available for volunteers age 16 and over. Check out our current opportunities below, and if you don't see one that fits your needs feel free to contact us to discuss other potential volunteer experiences.

Open Opportunities

Ready to Volunteer!

If you've never volunteered for WCK before, please complete the volunteer application form so we can get to know you better! One of our WCK team members will be in touch.

If you are already a WCK volunteer, please reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator through their details below to let them know of your interest in one of these roles.

Food Program Volunteers
Hangouts Volunteers
Other volunteers
Jill Leddy

Hey! I'm Jill.

Ready to be part of the WCK community or take on a new opportunity with us? Reach out to Volunteer Coordinator Jill Leddy at volunteer[at]wckfoundation.ca.

Stories from our volunteers

Jill (centre) with Kelsey and Hannah from the WCK team, sitting in the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish. There are mountains and trees in the background and it's a sunny day.

Life at WCK: Jill’s first three months

Jill shares her reflections on what it’s been like to join the WCK team and bring a brand new role to life. Welcome to my diary!    When Hannah first…

From left to right: WCK team members Karin, Colleen, Rachele, and Janet standing outside the WCK office on a sunny day. They have their arms round each others' backs and are smiling at the camera.

It Takes a Village to Support a Family

“It takes a village” – it truly does. WCK cannot make our vision a reality without a whole network of people who care about families navigating childhood cancer and blood…

A headshot photo of Sarah smiling at the camera.

From Gaming Fundraisers to Photo Shoots: My Experiences with WCK

How your passions can be used to support important work By Sarah Leung WCK provided some lasting memories for me last year: one through my experience as a Gaming for…

Nicole and family delivering PJs in their car

The gift of PJs: A story of giving and receiving

Volunteer Nicole Manson is a shining light in the WCK family who has brightened many families’ days with special deliveries of pajamas. Here, she shares her experience of WCK’s PJ…

Naman - a hangout participant who became a hangout volunteer for west coast kids cancer foundation

From Hangout kid to Hangout volunteer: Why I give back

By Naman Hello everyone, my name is Naman and I just started volunteering for West Coast Kids Cancer Foundation. I first heard about WCK during my time in hospital, when…

Mina with her family, standing in a sunny spot and smiling for the camera.

Grateful for the Path…Fully Completely

WCK Board Member Mina Bullard describes how her favourite band forged a connection to childhood cancer that would change her life. Back in 1998, I was watching a TV special…