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Is your company looking for a unique volunteer opportunity? Look no further than the Bruce Trail.

Corporate volunteering is a low cost way for you to do team building, increase employee satisfaction and improve the morale of your workforce. Your company will help to support a stable, healthy community, and will give your employees a chance to spend a day outside on the magnificent Bruce Trail.

For each corporate volunteer event, we ask that a donation be made to the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Donations help to cover the costs associated with creating a fantastic volunteer day for your group.

  • 1-20 people - minimum donation of $500 to the Bruce Trail Conservancy
  • 21-50 people - minimum donation of $1000 to the Bruce Trail Conservancy

 

All corporate events will include:

  • A map to navigate to the site
  • Interpretive nature hike on the Bruce Trail
  • Skilled ecologists to lead you through the day

 

Please remember:

  • Proper footwear (no open-toes shoes) and clothes that can get dirty are necessary
  • Work gloves are provided however, volunteers welcome to bring their favourite gardening gloves
  • Lunch and water to be coordinated by corporate group
  • There are no toilet facilities on site

 

Corporate volunteer events are only available during the following months and these locations:

Location Activity Timing
Waterdown      Invasive species removal May
Burlington Native wildflower planting       July and August
Acton Invasive species removal April, May, September and October

 

Standard Schedule:

Time Activity
10am Arrive on site
10am to 12pm       Volunteering
12pm to 1pm Lunch
1pm to 3pm Interpretive hike of the Bruce Trail
3pm Depart from site

 

All corporate volunteer events will only be held Monday to Friday.

Call or email today to schedule your corporate volunteer day. Jackie Randle 905 529 6821 ext 250 or jrandle@brucetrail.org

BTC Corporate Volunteer - Fact Sheet (.pdf, 217.7 KB)

BTC Corporate Volunteer Program (.pdf, 300.6 KB)