CPA Volunteer Days

Elevate Volunteer Days

Give back to your community while meeting like-minded CPAs! CPA Volunteer Days will be held throughout the province at various locations. These opportunities are open to CPA candidates as well.

Further details, more sessions, and registration to come.


Calgary Meals on Wheels promotes health and independence by providing quality, nutritious and affordable meals to Calgarians in need of their services.

More details to come. Registration opens on March 11.

This volunteer opportunity gives a team of five to 10 volunteers the opportunity to cook and serve breakfast to CUPS children attending the One World Education Centre, as well as assist in the classroom on special projects and activities the children will enjoy. Volunteers interact with children, teachers, therapists and support workers and provide valuable extra hands to give children a memorable day at school each day.

More details to come. Registration opens on March 11.

Help the Calgary Food Bank feed local Calgarians by volunteering as a Warehouse volunteer. Warehouse roles require the ability to lift up to 40 pounds and stand for 3.5 hours at a time. CPA Alberta has committed to help in the following two roles:

Sorting Line Volunteer: Volunteers sort donations from community events and donation boxes, grouping them into their categories like canned tomatoes, soup, and peanut butter. You will be working with up to 35 other volunteers on an assembly line.

Multi Duty: Your tasks will vary depending on the operations of the warehouse and the food donated. Tasks may include: sorting produce and other bulk food items, cardboard compacting, shelf stocking, and warehouse clean up.

June 6

12:15 - 3:00 p.m.
Shifts start promptly. In the first five minutes of your first shift, the group will be presented with a brief safety orientation that will include building details not noted in the online Health and Safety training video. Any group member not present for this orientation will not be permitted to participate in the volunteer activity. We advise all volunteers to arrive 5 to 10 minutes prior to the start of your shift.

Prior to your shift, you will be asked to watch an online Health and Safety training video. The certificate of completion will need to be with you at your shift. Additional information will be sent to you upon registration.


Volunteers will help with the construction of Carter Place. Carter Place is Habitat for Humanity’s build in Edmonton’s Laurel community and will be home to 58 families upon completion.

All volunteers must meet the minimum requirements:

Must be able to:

  • Be open to learning new skills
  • Follow the instructions of Site Supervisors
  • Climb stairs comfortably
  • Confirm their vision is adequate for detailed work
  • Speak conversational English
  • Lift and carry at least 15 pounds

You will be asked to complete separate registration information through the Habitat for Humanity group member registration platform (further instructions to be provided).

More details to come. Registration opens on March 11.

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