Member Spotlights

Welcome to our Member Spotlight Page. This special feature showcases GPVSB’s most valuable assets– our members! Spotlighting members from across the GPVSB spectrum. Our revamped Member Spotlight reflects the rich tapestry of our membership and Highlights information about our outstanding members.   For a complete list of current GPVSB Members click HERE.   Not a Member - join GPVSB today! Click here! for membership information.

Interested in more information or Volunteering with a featured GPVSB Member? Contact agencies directly or visit their website for more details.

*Information gathered for the Member Spotlights is obtained from the respective Agencies.


St. John Ambulance Grande Prairie

Leading and Serving Albertans in Safety and Wellness for Life.

Jody Peakman

If you have attended a community event at Muskoseepi Park you more than likely noticed St. John Ambulance Volunteers in attendance.  You may also have seen them at care facilities, like the Grande Prairie Care Centre visiting clients. These just are 2 places St. John Ambulance volunteers may be at in working towards the organizations mission: To enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service.

Having served the people of Alberta for over 110 years and continuing into the future, St. John Ambulance currently has 7 training facilities in the province.  The Grande Prairie branch serves North-Western Alberta.  Being a self-funded registered charity St. John Ambulance is the leader in providing First Aid courses which include Emergency, Standard and Enhanced Standard First Aid meeting OH&S standards. They also offer Advanced First Aid and Emergency Medical Responder programs, and other safety courses and products. For a full list of courses offered in Grande Prairie visit

Read more: St. John Ambulance Grande Prairie

Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

To empower persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence and full community participation.  

Mieke de Groot, Regional Program Coordinator in Grande PrairieFormerly known as the Canadian Paraplegic Association of Alberta, the office of the Spinal Cord Injury of Alberta  (also known as SCI Alberta) Grande Prairie Region can be found in Grande Prairie`s Eastlink Centre. This office serves north-western Alberta which spans from Grande Cache to High Level and the BC Border to High Prairie.  The mission of this charitable organization is  To empower persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence and full community participation.  

Read more: Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

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