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Touchstone Family Association
Strengthening Families • Building Community

Touchstone is a non-profit community based social service agency. We have been providing services to Richmond and nearby areas since 1983.

Our services have primarily focused on preserving and enhancing family relationships. Through qualified staff, we offer a wide variety of professional services to the community.

 

COVID-19 UPDATE

donateWe are open and providing support to our clients.

The health and safety of our staff and our clients remain our highest priority. Touchstone has taken steps to adapt our operations to ensure we are following government recommendations on infection prevention.  

Please contact us for support at (604) 279-5599 or by Email

Touchstone Family Association continues to follow the direction of Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), BC Centre for Disease (BCCDC) and Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) to guide the delivery of our programs.

Volunteers

volunteers

Community Action Program
for Children (CAP – C) 

 

Contribute to your community and provide childcare in a fun parent support group.

For more information on this volunteer opportunity click here or contact Annie Leung

 

Restorative Justice
Opportun
ity

We are looking for volunteer translators for Mandarin and Cantonese

If you are interested in becoming a Restorative Justice Facilitator, please click for a detailed job description.

Complete the application form or contact Haroon Bajwa

Click on the questions below for responses to frequently asked questions regarding these volunteer opportunities.

CAP-C Volunteering

What will I do?

Provide childcare for fun parent support group.

What experience will I gain?

Knowledge and experience working with children 0-6
Fun and rewarding experience
References provided
Training and certification provided.

What qualifications do I need?

Be 19 years of age or older
Available Tuesday (12:15-2:30pm) &/or Thursday (9:15–11:45am)
Commitment of at least 3 months.
Have a desire to work with young children.

RJ Volunteering

Who are the participants in these forums?

Victims and young offenders of crime with their respective families.

What is the cost for training?

Training is free of charge.

Is there any other training involved?

Yes, volunteers can take advantage of other free training offered such as first aid, CPR, and non-violent crisis intervention.

Will I learn other skills?

In addition to gaining facilitation, interview and presentation skills, you will play an active role in helping to create a safer community for youth and residents of Richmond.