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?

Related Sustainable Development Goals:

Click here to visit the Global Reporting Initiative’s SDG compass annex for details.


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5 WAYS TO TAKE ACTION

  1. Ask your company if they offer opportunities for employees to volunteer. If not, make it your goal to organize a volunteer event with employees!
  2. Organize a company-wide shoreline cleanup on your annual day of volunteering to bring employees together — no matter where they are.
  3. Rally colleagues to volunteer for the CN Tower Climb for Nature and help us raise key funds for nature.
  4. Keep an eye out on wwf.ca/volunteer for individual and group opportunities to donate your time to support WWF-Canada’s conservation work.
  5. Visit the Wildlifer page for the latest opportunities to volunteer for nature near you.

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