Volunteers are the Heart of our Organization

At Dania Home we value our volunteers and their commitment to give of themselves to better the lives of others.

We welcome volunteers of all ages and embrace the unique and special qualities they bring to the lives of our residents. Placing a volunteer in a role that they feel comfortable in and best represents him/her as an individual is a top priority.

Volunteer positions at Dania Home reflect our Mission and Values of providing quality Services that reflect the Danish values of trust, respect, caring and diversity.

There are many volunteer opportunities at Dania Home.

One to One Visits Volunteer – spends quality one to one time with our residents, reading, playing cards and board games, walking in the garden, writing letters, manicures and much more.

Activity Program Assistant:   Includes escorting residents to and from daily activities, assisting with morning Active Games, assisting with the set-up of Special Events, assisting with daily activity programs including bingo and bowling

Office Duties: Include photocopying, shredding, office inventory

Special Event Decoration Committee: Includes assisting the Activity Staff with making decorations for upcoming Special Events and theme weeks, coloring, painting, designing and creating decoration ideas.

Volunteer hours will be assigned under the supervision of the Activity Coordinator.  Activity Coordinators work five days a week providing flexibility in opportunities for volunteers to pursue volunteer hours within their own personal schedule.


To become a volunteer, please complete this Form


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Dania Home
4175 Norland Avenue,
Burnaby, BC V5G 3S7

Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F
Closed: Between 12 Noon - 1 p.m. & All Statuary Holidays
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Dania is one of a few care facilities in Canada to have earned Accreditation with Exemplary Standing from Accreditation Canada for 2018 - 2022. Accreditation Canada certifies that Dania and its contractors meet the national standards of quality for health services set by the Council.