Volunteering for ACT

ACT is always seeking volunteers in the following positions:

Board Members

ACT is always looking for board members for expertise in a variety of professions.
Currently we are looking for two individuals:

  • a marketing professional to help us promote autism awareness and ACT’s work.
  • a technology specialist to help us make use of new technology to promote autism education and awareness.

If you think you may be able to help ACT, please email your resume and a covering note to Christian Duff, ACT President, c/o Deborah Pugh, ACT’s Executive Director at  dpugh@actcommunity.ca

Live Event Volunteers

ACT holds live events around British Columbia. If you would like to volunteer on our registration or book tables at our out of town events, please download and print this form (pdf, 8MB) or contact Stephanie Porter at events@actcommunity.ca .

If you are interested in volunteering in Vancouver for other organizations in the field of autism, Charity Village has a large variety of opportunities listed.


Office Volunteers

The ACT Office is a busy place and occasionally we require volunteers to help with special projects such as mailouts and assemblying the packages we send out to families of newly diagnosed children. If you would like to volunteer for these projects at the ACT office in Burnaby, please download and print this form (pdf, 8MB) or send your resume to contact info@actcommunity.ca.


Do you understand Autism Spectrum Disorders and can translate ACT information into another language that is commonly spoken in British Columbia? Currently our priority is for a Punjabi translator. To discuss ACT’s needs for translated materials, please download and print this form (pdf, 8MB) send the form and a resume to Louise Broadley, ACT’s Manager, Autism Information Service at lbroadley@actcommunity.ca.