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We love learning and sharing with our community, so contact us anytime. Whether you’ve got a great new idea for public places, a burning question about our work, or a perspective on something you’ve seen or experienced through Evergreen or at Evergreen Brick Works, we’re here to hear it.

Contacts

Find the right department for everything Evergreen below.

Event space rental

events@evergreen.ca
416-596-1495 x293

Evergreen Garden Market

gardenmarket@evergreen.ca
416-596-0404

Camp inquiries

camp@evergreen.ca
416-596-1495 x252

School visits

school@evergreen.ca
416-596-1495 x289

Office space leasing

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    FAQ

    What is Evergreen's DEI committment?

    At Evergreen, we are committed to creating a place of inclusion and belonging for employees, volunteers, partners and visitors of all backgrounds, ages, religions, races, genders, gender identities and expressions, physical abilities or sexual orientations; a place where one can be their whole self, and where that self feels celebrated. The principles of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) are critical to Evergreen’s success. Evergreen’s internal DEI Committee helps to advance our DEI priorities and ensures the organization is living up to its DEI commitment.

    I want to work at Evergreen but there are no open positions. What can I do?

    We regularly post roles that need staffing. We recommend you keep your eye on our job board for anything that suits your skills and abilities. Feel free to apply to multiple roles too! You can also register to become a volunteer at Evergreen. Evergreen has many volunteer roles, which can provide opportunities for leadership and skills development at Brick Works.

    Can I work at Evergreen?

    We are always looking for dynamic, passionate individuals to join our growing team. We recognize and rely on the unique experiences and viewpoints of our staff, volunteers, and partners, and we encourage applicants of any background, age, religion, race, gender identity, physical ability or sexual orientation to consider joining our team. Please view available roles and apply through the portal:

    If you share our mission but don’t see a posting that aligns with your career goals, be sure to follow Evergreen on LinkedIn to get alerts for our latest postings.

    Can I volunteer at Evergreen?

    Absolutely! Evergreen is committed to providing rewarding volunteer experiences and welcomes volunteers from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life. We value the skills, experience, enthusiasm and contributions volunteers bring. Through volunteering, you can take action and make your city better. Evergreen has a variety of volunteer roles throughout the year and do our best to ensure a good match where volunteers can have a real impact. Evergreen welcomes volunteers of different ages – those 14 and under need to volunteer with a parent or guardian in appropriate roles while some roles have age restrictions due to the nature of the role. To get started, create your volunteer profile.

    Does Evergreen work outside of Toronto, Ontario?

    As a virtual-first organization, our staff work in towns and cities across the country, not just at our headquarters in Toronto. Evergreen has broken ground on projects across Canada and we look forward to many more to come. We also host workshops across the country to support communities via our national programs (i.e., the Community Solutions Network and the Housing Supply Challenge Support Program).

    When was Evergreen established?

    Since 1991, Evergreen has been transforming public spaces in our cities to build a healthier future for people and our planet. Evergreen Brick Works opened its doors in 2010 — a demonstration hub where the world can experience sustainable practices.

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    Cities need great public places — and that’s why we exist. In the midst of the challenges facing us today, we’re fortunate that our work with communities inspires hope for a future where the needs of people and nature are balanced and our cities are bursting with life and joy for generations to come.

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