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Love Your Neighbour Club (Vancouver)

A Vancouver-based volunteer organization that provides fun programs and activities to help you to involve in your community!


Working with different charity organizations, NGOs and community individuals to provide
you with various volunteer opportunities

Community Services

Charitable Services

Overseas Humanity Work

Training / Workshops

What we do

Collaborating with various charity organizations, NGOs, and community members to offer a diverse range of volunteering opportunities for individuals of all ages, including children, youths, adults, and seniors

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It all began in summer 2008 when a few of us from Light and Love Home (LLH) youth department decided to use our spare time to help out in the community through volunteering. These acts of kindness eventually inspired us to establish the Love Your Neighbour Club at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver Canada.
We were inexperienced at first, yet in less than a year, we have recruited over a few hundreds volunteers. Soon our stories had even made it to the newspapers and our club spreaded to various part of Canada. Collaborating with many international non-profit organizations, our volunteers visited orphanages and participated in humanitarian programs worldwide. Counting on our members’ support, we have added 20 more branches internationally.
As our club grew, it became challenging to keep up with the volume of our day-to-day operation. To best support and communicate with branches abroad, in 2011, we decided to officially registered Go Volunteer - Love Your Neighbour Club as a society in Canada.
Having grown amply along this journey, we realized volunteerism should be something we do in all walks of life despites our age, gender and race. In recent years, we have begun to recruit volunteers among teenagers and seniors, connecting with more non-profit organizations, offering our help to more communities, and continuing to make the world a better place.