Garden and Non Garden Volunteer Opportunities Available!
GARDENING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Hamilton Victory Gardens has partnered with Indwell Hamilton and Compass Community Health Hamilton.
We welcome volunteers to attend our Worker Bee sessions. Please click on the locations below to see their page and photo gallery
Worker Bee Sessions
Our worker bee sessions at all sites will begin the week of May 15th.
Volunteers interested in preparing garden beds are welcome to volunteer immediately. Send your interest to the volunteer email.
701 Upper Sherman Ave, Hamilton
Tues. and Fri. 9-12pm -attn. Greta
1429 Main St E, Hamilton
Tues. 9-12pm – attn. Brian
205 Melvin Ave, Hamilton
Tues. and Fri. 9am-12pm – attn. Leisel
438 Hughson St N, Hamilton
Friday 9am-12pm – attn. Leah and Jie
311 Strathearne Ave, Hamilton
Wed. 9am-12pm – attn. Sofia
237 Barton St. E, Hamilton
By appt. only
785 Britannia Ave, Hamilton
Monday’s 9am-12pm – attn: Nance, ECHO program
Tuesday’s – 4pm-8pm – attn – Tracie – Centre de sante”
Friday’s – 9am-12pm – attn. Patricia – HVG
We are recruiting site coordinators and volunteers. If interested, please send your interest in writing to email@example.com
Garden Volunteers – All Worker bee drop in gardens.
Garden volunteers need no prior gardening experience and all are welcome. We have low to high impact opportunities and will find the right fit for you.
This role is for the outdoor maintenance of the sites including the grounds, raised beds, signs, walkways, driveways, and for doing general handy-person repairs. This role is great for someone with a love for working outside and for someone that is able to repair minor household items. The time commitment is more flexible in this role and will be based on the needs of the organization.
NON-GARDENING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
This group’s role is to plan and host different events throughout the year, including the annual Harvest Celebration Dinner, volunteer potlucks and BBQs, and fundraising events.
This role is diverse and multifaceted. Event volunteers could mean set up, take down, staffing awareness booths, fundraising kiosks, or operating a game. The event will determine the roles our volunteers will play. This position is great for any level of experience or ability and is flexible in time commitment.
This group will promote the good work that Hamilton Victory Gardens is doing in the community through marketing, public relations, media relations and social media. We are also in need of someone to help us update/maintain our website!
This role is about getting our message and services out there. It often means staffing an awareness booth, providing businesses with our literature, offering support via social media, and potentially educating the public through talks, workshops, speeches or school engagements. The sky is the limit for this role and it is great for a person who is outgoing, compassionate and may have a background in Public Awareness or in social services. Flexible time commitment for this role.
This group is essential for the sustainability and growth of the Hamilton Victory Gardens, and will work on generating ideas, materials, and strategies for connecting with private and public donors.
This role is a crucial position in our organization. It could mean selling tickets, soliciting prizes or auction items, utilizing social media to promote, helping with fundraising packages and in some cases standing in the middle of the road in a Road Toll Campaign (don’t worry you are protected). This role is great for a person who is high energy, knows a lot of people, has great connections or is willing to make them. This has a flexible time commitment as well.
This role requires a person to provide delivery service of spring plants, garden materials and harvested food. It requires you to have your own vehicle which is in good repair, 1 million dollars in valid liability insurance, and a valid G driver’s license with no demerit points or outstanding fines.
This role assists our administrative staff with jobs pertaining to organization, filing, shredding, printing, and putting together information. It requires a detail oriented person that is able to be flexible in their time.
Board Members – Be a community leader, Build your resume. We welcome local professionals to apply!
This position has a set of guidelines and regulations and if you are interested in being a part of this role then we will provide you with that information upon request. A significant time commitment is required for this role as there are monthly meetings. Board Members attend monthly meetings events and also liaise with the secondary committees and assist with fundraising.
Hamilton Victory Gardens
P.O. Box 37046 Cannon Street E.
Charitable Reg. No. 82694 5883 RR0001