Do good. Feel good. Connect with your co-workers.
Studies show that volunteering does more than just contribute to a great cause. When businesses give employees the chance to support an issue they care about, it also helps create a more motivated, engaged and productive workforce. In fact, one survey revealed that nearly 70 per cent of Canadians prefer working for companies that boast a strong volunteering culture.
Fortunately, WWF-Canada offers plenty of fun and meaningful ways for environmentally minded employees to take action — and build stronger teams in the process. From shoreline cleanups to polar dips to the CN Tower Climb for Nature, we’ve got you covered.
How will you and your co-workers make a difference for nature?
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Explore our Volunteering Resources
Volunteer at WWF’s CN Tower Climb for Nature
General Volunteer Opportunities
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup
5 WAYS TO TAKE ACTION
- Ask your company if they offer opportunities for employees to volunteer. If not, make it your goal to organize a volunteer event with employees!
- Organize a company-wide shoreline cleanup on your annual day of volunteering to bring employees together — no matter where they are.
- Rally colleagues to volunteer for the CN Tower Climb for Nature and help us raise key funds for nature.
- Keep an eye out on wwf.ca/volunteer for individual and group opportunities to donate your time to support WWF-Canada’s conservation work.
- Visit the Wildlifer page for the latest opportunities to volunteer for nature near you.