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Volunteer Program

Volunteers are an important part of our health charity organization – CTSS, where each one of them come from different backgrounds but share a similar value in serving the community.

Volunteers have contributed in many ways such as:

  • Interpreters and translators in the medical and health sector.

  • Measuring blood pressure for elderly community members.

  • Preparing and assisting in health education workshops and service navigations.

Make a difference with CTSS !

If you are interested in volunteering with us

Our Volunteers

Ms. Angela Wong

Cantonese Speaking Outreach Respresentative

​Certification of Alberta in Health and Wellness Program

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Mr. Henry Ngo

Vietnamese Speaking Outreach Representative

MD (Viet.)

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Ms. Pei-Pei Zhong

Mandarin Speaking Outreach Representative


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Mr. David Hao

Interpretation/Translation Lead

A Former Internalist in Republic of China

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Past Volunteer Program

A funded program from Community Initiative Program (CIP) of Alberta Service
Volunteer Program: Cross-cultural Support Services

(March 20, 2017 - March 30, 2018)

A funded program where seniors mentor other elderly seniors is led by ethnic-Canadian seniors by making connections and engagement with the elderly. The age range of senior-mentors and mentees, as program participants, is between the age of 60-80 years old, all from members of ethno-cultural communities. The funded project activities for senior-mentors include outreaching, communicating, and inviting seniors to be senior-mentees or funded program participants. Senior program participants would co-lead social information workshops, group discussions on aging issues, peer supports, and cultural festival celebration activities taking place in senior service areas located in low-income senior retirement residences in Calgary, Alberta. The anticipated results of the seniors-led mentorship project are to prevent ethnic seniors from social isolations and promote togetherness, learn to be empowered and adapt to life changes with a sense of hope and trust, while being supported among ethnic seniors in senior community environments.

Volunteers' Work of Art

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