About Toronto Botanical Garden
Toronto Botanical Garden (TBG) offers an array of award-winning themed gardens spanning nearly four acres. Its mission is to connect people to plants and the natural world through education, inspiration, and leadership. Our vision is to encourage, stimulate and teach adults and children with beautiful and innovative garden landscapes, nature-centered educational programs, and environmentally friendly practices.
We also house Canada’s largest private horticultural library, a beautiful nature-themed TBG shop, and a nearby seasonal café.
Volunteers are essential for all aspects of TBG with seasonal and year-round opportunities on offer. Full training is provided and most opportunities involve working in teams with a high level of contact with the public.
Current Volunteering opportunities: Retail assistant role TBG Shop
As we gradually reopen the TBG building (late September/October) opportunities will arise in: Library, and Reception
Seasonal opportunities (May to September) are: Garden Ambassador, Tour Guide and Volunteering in our gardens (April to October)
Language requirement: None, but bonus points for the tour guide role if volunteer is bilingual in French and English
All opportunities in person, weekly commitment once or twice a week (3-hour shifts)
Fill out our form (via ‘I want to Help button) and send it to us via mail email to get started!
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