Volunteer Hanna

Providing support to Not-for-Profit and Charitable organizations through consultations, workshops and information to develop community capacity and sustainability.

Volunteer Hanna provides resources and assistance to Hanna’s not-for-profit organizations and community volunteers. Most of our services are free and include:

  • Accurate and confidential referral to services and supports
  • Training and technical support to utilize www.aroundhanna.com
  • Risk management information and resources
  • Access to computers
  • Use of audio/visual equipment (TV/VCR/DVD, LCD projector and SMART Board)
  • Facilitation and personalized presentations to agencies, organizations and groups
  • Workshops, seminars and training opportunities
  • Assistance with researching grants and applications
  • Connecting volunteers and organizations to opportunities, resources and information




The impact of volunteering on individuals, communities, and our country is huge. Volunteering builds confidence, competence, and connections. It creates cohesion, capacity, and lifelong friendships. Volunteering creates the foundations for community and a just and caring Canada.
The Town of Hanna, with support from the Hanna Learning Centre, is proud to honour all volunteers in our community at the 2018 Volunteer Appreciation Evening.

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
Hanna Community Center
Desserts & Entertainment
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.


As volunteers in Hanna, you deserve to be thanked for your involvement. You are personally invited to join us for decadent desserts and enjoy the multitalented performer Doug Arden. He is the only entertainer in Western Canada who has cleverly combined ventriloquism, magic, stand-up comedy, music, and audience participation all together in one outrageously funny, highly entertaining, comedy variety show. Remember to R.S.V.P. the number attending to the Town Of Hanna at 403-854-4433 on or before April 12th. We look forward to seeing you there.


Grant Funding for National Volunteer Week is provided by the Government of Alberta and distributed by Volunteer Alberta


Since its foundation in 1990, Volunteer Alberta has worked to promote, celebrate, and enable volunteerism in Alberta. The cornerstone of its mission is to empower Alberta's nonprofit sector organizations through knowledge exchange and strategic connection. Through these connections Volunteer Alberta communicates its unique character, values, and purpose.


Click to visit SCIP page.

The Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) brings Alberta’s nonprofit organizations and post-secondary students together to make a difference in their communities. SCiP internships are meaningful, skill-based opportunities that are mutually beneficial to both nonprofit organizations and post-secondary students.


Click to visit Volunteer Canada page.

Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada. Since 1977, we have been committed to increasing and supporting volunteerism and civic participation. We collaborate closely with volunteer centres, local organizations and national corporations to promote and broaden volunteering. Our programs, research, training, tools, resources and national initiatives provide leadership on issues and trends in Canada’s volunteer landscape.