We’re always looking for new crew mates to shine their unique light on the Harbour

Join our Crew!

Job Postings

We don’t always post specific openings on our website. If you feel called to shine your light as a crew member, please connect with us by filling out the form on the right.

We don’t have any positions open at the moment, but please check back often!

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    We’re Seeking Volunteers!

    Join our team at Safe Harbour Society and make a meaningful impact! We need dedicated volunteers who can commit to helping out once or twice a week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM. You can choose to work full or half shifts.

    Volunteer Tasks Include:

    • Accepting, sorting, organizing, stocking, and restocking donations
    • Managing laundry duties
    • Monitoring client showers

    Skills and Qualities We Look For:

    • Organizational and planning skills
    • Strong teamwork and communication abilities
    • Good interpersonal skills


    Successful applicants must provide a current Criminal Record Check.

    What You’ll Get in Return:

    The opportunity to make a difference and use your unique skills to improve the lives of others.

    Interested volunteers can send their letter of interest to HR@safeharboursociety.org, or submit below.

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      Our Crew

      The people who join our team have anchored into the Harbour because they want to make a difference in their community. They want to help, to be a part of a solution, to shine their own unique light into this Safe Harbour and keep them shining on people as they navigate through systems and broader resources.

      That sounds really good and lovely but it’s not an easy gig. It challenges every one of them at some point. It introduces them into a different world, with different rules and different priorities. It makes them think outside the box for realistic and safe solutions to problems outside the social norm. It demands a thick skin, the ability to not take things personally and a tremendous amount of understanding and patience.

      They continue to stand tall and stay true to our mission statement of providing welcome and connection. They welcome back those that yelled at them the night before, those that just finished treatment and are using again, those that are dying from an overdose, those mentally ill people who have no other place to be, and seniors who are addicted and have worn out their welcome everywhere else.

      The list goes on and on and with it our team consistently does the best they can with what we have. The front line crew has a fantastic Leadership team supporting them, providing oversight and experience, appropriate training and opportunities to debrief.

      Three cheers for the past and present crew who have anchored into the Harbour!