An incredible team of thousands, volunteers are essential to helping deliver Evergreen's program and mission. By volunteering, you can:
- Explore your passion for nature and the environment
- Learn and gain hands-on experience and share your skills
- Make a difference and give back to your community
- Get outside, be active and have fun working with others
- Be part of an amazing team across Canada
To get started, please fill out our online application.
If you prefer, our application is also available as a Microsoft Word document. Please note that applications submitted this way may take longer to process.
We offer training and learning opportunities for volunteers, regular communication, space to provide input and feedback, leadership opportunities and our great appreciation in many forms!
Evergreen is committed to providing a rewarding volunteer experience and welcomes volunteers from all walks of life. We value the skills, experience, enthusiasm and contributions volunteers bring.
Volunteers work at both the local and national levels. Most opportunities are in the Metro Vancouver and Greater Toronto areas, including Evergreen Brick Works, but there are also select roles across Canada, including “virtual volunteers”—there’s something for almost everyone! We do our best to ensure a good match where you can have a real impact.
Evergreen encourages diversity among our volunteers, and recruits prospective volunteers from a broad range of abilities and backgrounds. Evergreen adheres to the principle of right to equal treatment without discrimination. If you require specific accommodations in order to participate in the volunteer program, please let us know.
Evergreen Volunteer Engagement
Evergreen Brick Works
Suite 300, 550 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4W 3X8
T 416-596-1495, 1-888-426-3138
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Check out these listings below for our current volunteer needs and opportunities to find out how you can help grow green cities.
Evergreen welcomes volunteers of all ages. Those 14 and under need to volunteer with a parent or guardian (family volunteering) in appropriate roles while some roles have age restrictions due to the nature of the role (see individual description).