Volunteer

Give the gift of time and talent!

There are plenty of ways that your unique skills can help! We’re looking for volunteers of all ages to fill a whole range of positions listed below. Whether you’re looking for volunteer hours for your high-school diploma, a chance to meet like-minded conservationists or just want to give back in your retirement years, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 905-525-2181 ext. 129 or email foundation@conservationhamilton.ca! We’d be happy to connect you with the opportunity that helps you make the biggest possible positive impact for our environment!

Leadership Volunteers

We’re always looking for dynamic individuals whose skills can add value to our Board of Directors, Campaign Team, Legacy Giving Committee or Event Planning teams! Give us a call at 905-525-2181 ext. 129 or email foundation@conservationhamilton.ca to find out what leadership opportunities are best suited for your skill set!

More Opportunities!

This page is dedicated to volunteering with the Hamilton Conservation Foundation, the fundraising partner of the Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA). If you’re looking to volunteer at Westfield Heritage Village or help out with environmental projects, please visit the main HCA volunteer page here.

“My husband Derek, and I, began volunteering at Westfield Heritage Village in Summer 1994 helping in several areas but mainly on the Train Station and in the Dry Goods store, collectively amassing more than 12,000 volunteer hours since 2000. History has always been an important part of our lives and Westfield provides an opportunity to share our love of Hamilton and the surrounding area’s interesting past. Regularly meeting people from across Canada, the United States and around the world is a special ingredient in our volunteer experience. The friendship and camaraderie among staff and volunteers is an important part of being a Westfield volunteer, and passing on our enthusiasm for the Village is an enriching experience.”

Margaret Firth ~ September 2011

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