The Town of Diamond Valley is very proud of the volunteer culture in our community. We all benefit by contributing our time and energy to worthwhile causes that depend on volunteer participation to succeed.  Volunteering is a great way to make new friends, develop new skills and abilities, gain valuable employment experience and broaden one's perspective. It also improves the quality of life for our families, friends, and neighbours. Volunteerism makes a big difference. 

The Town of Diamond Valley works with local organizations to help connect volunteers with the right volunteering opportunities.  We also enjoy recognizing and celebrating our volunteers and their value to our community with an annual Volunteer Appreciation Event.

Local Volunteer Opportunities

The Town of Diamond Valley is proud to have a long history of wonderful volunteers. If you are interested in playing an active role in your community, take a look at the following committees and organizations that are currently in need of volunteers.  

Municipal Committees and Boards

One of the many ways to volunteer in our community is to serve on a Committee of Council. Most of the Committees, Boards and Commissions have residents of the Town of Diamond Valley who serve as Members at Large. If you would like information about serving on any of these boards or would like to attend any of their public meetings, please call the Town Office at 403-933-4348, email us, or check the Events Calendar to find out  when the next meeting of that Committee is scheduled to take place.  Click here for a Committee / Board Member Application.

Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

Diamond Valley Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) meetings occur on the 2nd Monday evening of each month (except in summer) to make decisions regarding preventative social programming in the Town of Diamond Valley. FCSS programs and services aim to build a strong, cohesive, supportive community. A unique feature of this committee is that one of the member-at-large positions is open to a youth representative who can be a student at Oilfields High School looking to bring the voice of their generation to the table.

Although all positions on this board are currently occupied, please feel free to apply in case a spot becomes available. The completed application can be submitted to Suzan Nagel at  SuzanN@diamondvalley.town Applications are available at the front desk of the Town office or at Committee/Board Member Application

Diamond Valley Citizens on Patrol Society

Diamond Valley Citizens on Patrol Society (DVCOPS) is a not-for-profit organization run by volunteers whose objective is reducing crime in our community. 

To get in contact with or join the group, please contact diamondvalleycop53@gmail.com

Join the Diamond Valley Citizens on Patrol Society Facebook page

Oilfields General Hospital

The hospital has an active volunteer program for work within the hospital as well as the Meals on Wheels program. Specific opportunities currently include mealtime assistance/hosting and pet therapy. Please contact Janet Scott at 403-933-6564 or janet.scott@ahs.ca to submit the application.

High Country Lodge

Contact: Donna Sefton at donna.sefton@westwindscommunities.ca

Oilfields Sports Association, Girl Guides, Scouts, Lions, LEOs

Email Suzan for contact information.

Crescent Point Community Fund

A non-profit organization created to benefit the communities where Crescent Point Energy (formerly Legacy Oil and Gas Inc.) operates within the Sheep and Highwood river drainage areas. View the Letter of Introduction to the Foundation (PDF), and the Application form (PDF) to apply for funding as available.

Turner Valley Oil & Gas Group

Representatives from the oil and gas industries, municipal and provincial governments, regulatory agencies, and emergency/disaster services have interests within Turner Valley, Black Diamond and Longview and the MD of Foothills. For more information, view the TVOGG Brochure (PDF).


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