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There are so many ways you can help contribute to the success of Providence Farm. Whether you are able to volunteer your time or donate monetarily we are eternally grateful for your generosity.


“We make a living by what we get, but make a life by what we give”.   ~ Winston Churchill 



Providence Farm is a great place to work! 

Join us to contribute your skills and energy to this wonderful community!

The following positions are currently available, please click on the link to review the full posting.

If you are interested in applying, please email your resume and cover letter to


Providence Farm depends on an amazing bounty of volunteers who donate their time and energy to help make this place special, sustain it and watch it grow!

We are fortunate and eternally grateful for each and every one of our volunteers - long term, short term, occasional and ongoing.


We are also always looking for additional volunteers!
Whether you are interested in supporting our Kitchen Program, Gardens, Agriculture, Administrative Offices, Thrift Store, Board of Directors, or helping with Site upkeep - we have opportunities!

Come join us! 

If you're interested in volunteering at Providence, we'll invite you in, share a bit about the Farm, and get to know your skills and interests with hopes of finding a complementary position for you.

 Please first download and complete our Volunteer Form. Then contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Denise, to arrange a meeting!
 250-746-4204 ext.24



For membership applications and renewals, please complete the Membership Form below and email it to


All membership applications and renewals are subject to Board approval. 4-6 week processing time.

Thank you!

Annual General Meeting

Thank you!

Thank you to those of you who attended our

2021-2022 Annual General Meeting

on Thursday, October 27, 2022.

It was lovely to see you here in person!


For a preview of our annual report,
please click the photo below.

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"Giving is an act of generosity. Giving is sowing a seed.  The seed will produce great harvest of fruits."
Lailah Gifty Akita

Each week, we offer over 180 program spaces to adults and seniors with mental health issues, brain injuries, and developmental challenges who are able to participate in the Farm's therapeutic and vocational training programs.
For 39 Years, The Vancouver Island Providence community Association (VIPCA) has been providing creative and innovative programs for people in this community at Providence Farm.


"Thank you for helping our program. The farm is important to clients like me because it is like family."  

Heather, Providence Farm Client.

Every dollar helps us to make meaningful lives for some of our more disadvantaged community members.

To make a cash or cheque donation, please mail to the address below, with cheques payable to Providence Farm.


Providence Farm
1843 Tzouhalem Road
Duncan, BC
V9L 5L6

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We have a committed group of community minded directors, several who have been involved since the early days of the formation of Providence Farm as a non-profit society. They come from many professions – private businesses, social work, farming, mental health, retirees – and as such, provide a balanced governance that has not wavered from the society’s original mandate. 

Providence Farm is actively seeking new Board Members.  Please complete the form below and email it to to apply.

All applications are subject to Board approval.

Thank you!

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