To inquire about our volunteer positions, please contact us at or 250-382-4604


The FGCA works with approximately 100 volunteers per year and provides a large range of volunteer opportunities for community members. Whether you want to volunteer just once or are looking for a regular activity, develop your resume or are looking to share your experience, we thrive to provide you a fulfilling role. Our high-quality standards for volunteer management make us a place where volunteers are valued and recognized. Check out our volunteer positions below!

Our annual Fall Fairfield event is just around the corner! Each year we have a group of amazing volunteers that help make this event happen. If you are interested in helping out at an craft or activity station, bartend, or parking helper for 2-3hours, please email Sophie at We’d love to have you!

  • Gardens Volunteer (family-friendly)

Do you have skills or want to learn more about permaculture and native plants?

We have a nice community garden behind the center, called the Food Forest. Ton, our garden coordinator, will orient you and your safe bubble on where to start, along with giving you passionate advice about sustainable gardening! Volunteer according to your own schedule, including weekends!

  • Photographer (kid and youth-friendly)

Make our work more visible to the community and connect with many residents while expressing your creativity!

We need more pictures of our events, programs, volunteers and neighbourhood news! Discover many local places and people. Your photos will be published on our social media channels, website, and local newspaper, the Observer. Work at your own pace and according to your availability.

  • Observer Newspaper writer (family-friendly)

Highlight the variety of initiatives and activities that make Fairfield Gonzales lively!

Whether you already know the neighbourhood well or want to discover local life and new people, you can help us with our community newspaper, the Observer. Interview people who are involved in the neighbourhood, report on local events, or just write about something you are passionate about! We are ideally looking for someone who can commit to 1-3 articles per trimester. All levels of writing skills can contribute!

  • Graffiti Coordinator

Take part in collective action and contribute to beautifying the neighbourhood!

FGCA is looking for a volunteer coordinator to spearhead the Victoria Together Against Graffiti program in the Fairfield and Gonzales neighbourhoods. The coordinator’s role is to recruit local volunteers, connect them with painting supplies, and respond to inquiries.


Create opportunities for residents to shape the future of Fairfield Gonzales’s urban planning!

This committee is interested in neighbourhood redevelopment, rezoning, subdividing and street development in the Fairfield area. The group meets regularly to learn more about current applications and record public input on these matters. Meet online once or twice a month! To apply, fill in the form on the corresponding website page!

  • Board of Directors

Are you someone who is eager to engage in neighbourhood issues and support community-based service delivery?

Serving on the FGCA board of directors is an opportunity for members to take on a formal leadership role with the association. Since 1975, community members have come together formally to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Fairfield Gonzales. Responsibilities include attending monthly director meetings, participating with an association committee, monitoring the agency operation for due diligence with its fiduciary and legal obligations, and serving as a public ambassador for the programs, services, and projects of the Fairfield Gonzales Community Association. Directors typically serve for a two year term. Our board  meets on the first Monday of the month (no August meeting).

  • Others: would you like to enhance the quality of life in another way?

Contact us!

FGCA is committed to the values of diversity and inclusion in our workplace. We actively encourage applications from people who are experiencing barriers to equality. If you think you may need an accommodation to volunteer, contact our Community Development Coordinator, Ashley at or 250-382-4604

“This is a place I really feel good about and look forward to visit and be a part of…Just a warm sincere welcome and help where I may need some. Kindness, comfort, hope, compassion, patience. Thank you for all of this and all you do.” ~ volunteer