Volunteer with the CSAA

There are many areas where the CSAA could use your help, from one-off projects to weekly activities. Please consider becoming a part of our awesome volunteer community by filling in the form and letting us know a little more about you.


We need your help at our recently re-opened, volunteer-run HUB Cafesmile! Click here for more information or fill in the form above and indicate CAFE under “Interests: Other”.

CSAA Memberships

Join other great people in your community by helping support local programs, events, HUB Friday Café, Free HUB Library, HUB Film Club, construction, painting, landscaping, poster hanging and other CSAA projects*. There’s a way for everyone to get involved!

Click here to download the CSAA membership form. Completed forms can be emailed & e-transfers to memberships@cowichanstation.org or drop-off payment at the HUB office (M-F 1:30-4pm) or the black mailbox at the front door after hours.

This covers CSAA Membership for Mar 1, 2021 to Feb 28, 2022 &/or a donation.

Online membership forms and payments;

 2021/22 CSAA Individual Membership ($20.00)

 2021/22 CSAA Individual Recurring Membership ($20.00 Annually)

2021/22 CSAA Family Membership ($40.00)

 2021/22 CSAA Family Recurring Membership ($40.00 Annually)

Cowichan Station Area Association Membership

The Benefits of CSAA Membership:

 Invitation to Christmas Tea
 Invitation to Summer Potluck
 AGM Voting privileges
 Tax Receipt
 Supporting the wonderful work the CSAA does

Added future benefits of donating:
 Support the community HUB and program delivery
 Help to renovate the washroom block and seismic upgrades to gym
 Support infrastructure development such as the new septic and water systems
 Support development of HUB as emergency preparedness & meeting location
 New playground equipment for all community benefit
 Outdoor spaces development: walking paths, food & bee gardens.
 New basketball and pickle ball court for public use

*Other CSAA Projects:

Koksilah Watershed Working Group:

Ecosystem based assessment for the Koksilah watershed.