Volunteer With Us

Volunteer with us and join a collaborative team with high quality, high performing people, to build lifelong connections with. Acquire skills and experience that will shape the rest of your life as we strive to make the province a safer and more dignified place for its citizens.

Join Our Volunteer Team

‘In Their Name’ is a non-profit campaign of the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society that is comprised of 100% volunteer staff. Many of its members have each experienced a wrongful death in the family and are selflessly dedicated to legislative reform for families in the future. As legislative modernization will not be retroactive, none of the team members will benefit from the legislation being passed. They are each selflessly and philosophically committed to ensuring a safer and more dignified province for future generations.

Current Volunteer Positions Open

Media Outreach CoordinatorThis is an opportunity to connect with media, reporters, and journalists across BC, while working on the biggest human rights issue facing the province today. Learn More »

Coalition Partner CoordinatorThis is an opportunity to connect and network with non-profit organizations across BC, while working on the biggest human rights issue facing the province today. Learn More »

Web Content Marketing CoordinatorThis is an opportunity to acquire training and experience in publishing, distributing, promoting, and marketing web content that tells the stories of families affected by wrongful death, as well as the need for legislative modernization, in working on the biggest human rights issue facing the province today. Learn More »

Become a Member AdvocateAdvocate Members are families and friends who were denied access to justice following the wrongful death of a loved one in BC. Advocate duties include sharing posts to social media with friends and family, meeting with MLAs, meeting with media, and attending public events. Learn More »

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