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Volunteering

The participants and staff at Vista Centre Brain Injury Services have been very fortunate over the years to have a small, but dedicated group of people who volunteer on a regular basis to assist us with enhancing the quality of life for people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury. By being a friend to someone, maintaining our website, serving on our board, a committee or by helping raise much needed funds, volunteers help us strengthen our programs by offering new and creative ideas, special skills and offering a genuine concern for the people in our programs.

In return, Vista Centre Brain Injury Services is committed to providing volunteers with worthwhile and challenging opportunities that match each individual's skills and interests.

Become a very important element of Vista Centre Brain Injury Services and assist us in providing quality services to our participant.

We would like to acknowledge all who take the time out of their busy lives to contribute something back to the community by saying Thank You to all our volunteers for the excellent work you provide.

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Vista Centre Brain Injury Services19 hours ago
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Vista Centre Brain Injury Services19 hours ago
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Vista Centre Brain Injury Services2 weeks ago
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Anita shows you how to move and Ian shows that he can floss, even when your 80 years of age - just brilliant. Or should we say Yeehaw?
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