Volunteers are an important part of our organization. At Ecosource we appreciate the incredible volunteers that have worked with us over the years. We offer exciting opportunities for volunteers looking to connect further with their communities and contribute to a healthier environment.
Seeking New Board Members
Ecosource is seeking new Board Members who are committed to the environment and share Ecosource’s vision of personal responsibility for the environment. Candidates skilled in communications, human resources management, contract law, governance, and/or fundraising are asked to submit a cover letter and resume to Ecosource’s Nominations Committee of the Board. Mississauga residents are preferred. The time commitment is a minimum 4-5 hours/month for preparation for and attendance of 10 board meetings per year with 1 or 2 half-day strategic planning sessions each year, and willingness to act on project-based Committees (time commitment to be determined). Interested candidates may submit a cover letter and resume to Ecosource’s Nominations Committee of the Board by email to email@example.com.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Peel Environmental Youth Alliance (PEYA)
PEYA is a regional network of over 1400 action-oriented students in Peel concerned about environmental issues and determined to make positive change.
It offers monthly opportunities for networking and volunteering in various environmental stewardship initiatives. Visit peyalliance.ca
to learn more.
Do you enjoy cooking? Do you want to learn more about making meals with local food? Or do you simply enjoy sharing a meal with others? Get involved at our Local Food Hub and join us in the kitchen this summer!
Our Field & Fork kitchen program is launching this month, where we will share recipes and meals together from garden fresh produce, learn about food preservation, and connecting the food we eat with where it comes from.
If you would like to participate or to volunteer with us, email Deanna at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get involved.
The Growing for Our Good program hosts drop-in urban food gardening skills training at our teaching garden (705 Matheson Blvd. East, Mississauga) from May to October. High school students can earn volunteer hours. Click here to learn more
about the popular Growing for Our Good program.
During the growing season in various Ecosource-facilitated gardens, community members can lend a hand to weed, plant, and cultivate gardens. See our event calendar
for events that interest you, as each event has a different volunteer registration process. Shifts: Various times throughout the year, predominantly in the summer.
Young Urban Growers
If you are a youth and have a passion for local food, join the Young Urban Growers network! Young Urban Growers play an important role in helping us grow local and organic food, promote the importance of local food in the community, develop our urban agriculture podcast series, and use organic produce to cook. This is a great opportunity to work towards high school volunteer hours and gain environmental leadership skills. Learn more here
Are you talented with a camera and passionate about capturing moments in the community that can tell an inspiring story? We need volunteer photographers for the many exciting programs, demonstrations, and workshops that we facilitate in the community.
Benefits to volunteering with us!
- Meet friendly people who are passionate about environmental sustainability
- Develop photography experience
- Gain community service hours
- Learn about sustainability at our events and workshops
Please email email@example.com to let us know you are willing to commit to be a volunteer photographer.
Whether you’re a corporate group, a community group, or a group of friends and family looking to volunteer together, Ecosource is glad to have you! If interested in corporate group volunteer opportunities in the garden, email firstname.lastname@example.org.