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We are grateful for our volunteers who collectively spent more than 10,000 hours protecting wild species and wild spaces.

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Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us to help us protect nature in Ontario. Throughout the year, we have various volunteer needs across Ontario, so please stay connected.

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Current Postings

Ontario Nature is seeking a detail-oriented and eager individual to help with administrative tasks related to our upcoming office move.  

The Task: 

Ontario Nature will be moving office locations in November 2021. Our current office at 214 King Street West has been our home for the last ten years, and as a 91-year-old organization we have accumulated a lot over the years. We will be significantly downsizing our office space and require a volunteer to help us with related administrative tasks. This will include scanning and organizing historical documents, supporting inventory tracking, and helping organize print files and other items.  

The volunteer will work closely with the Administrative Coordinator and provide support to Ontario Nature as we gear up for our office move.

The Prerequisites:   

  • Understanding of and experience with file organization 

  • Excellent attention-to-detail 

  • Willingness to take on administrative tasks 

  • Strong work ethic and ability to work independently 

  • Ability to lift heavy objects (+40 lbs) periodically 

  • Available to come into Ontario Nature’s downtown Toronto office once a week Thursdays beginning September 30th 

*Note: Everyone in the office must comply with Ontario Nature’s COVID-19 health and safety regulations. 

The Perks:  

Upon completion, the successful candidate’s efforts will help Ontario Nature transition to a new office environment amidst a challenging time. The candidate will also get one-on-one time with Ontario Nature staff, gain experience with administrative processes, be credited for their volunteer hours, and (success pending) a very positive letter of recommendation.

If you’re interested: Email Michelle at michelles@ontarionature.org by September 19, 2021 with the subject line: “Ontario Nature Administrative Volunteer” 

Please include in the email:  

  1. Why do you feel you would be a good fit for this position? 

  2. Your availability to volunteer in-person once a week (Thursdays) beginning September 30th.

  3. Why you are interested in volunteering with Ontario Nature.


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