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The Niagara Farm Project is about “building a self-reliant food economy in Niagara… it’s about farming Niagara as a whole, as a collective.”
So far, the project has four farm locations, more than 80 acres of land and 19 farmers and volunteers from across the Niagara Region, including students. The idea behind it is collaborative micro farming, and this idea is not a new one.
It’s only since the widespread introduction of factory farming and commercial agriculture that self-reliant food economies have largely disappeared from developed countries, forcing most people now to rely on imported foods and grocery chains.
The strategy behind the Niagara Farm Project is to develop a collaborative network of students, volunteers and farmers who will sow seeds and raise livestock across the region.By having people work their own land or contribute their time to the project’s farms, the community will not only be able to offer residents more accessible locally-grown alternatives but less expensive food as well. The “goal is to develop a system of farming specific to Niagara,” the project’s website says.
More information about the project or to be volunteer can be found at niagarafarmproject.ca.
or call 1-844-SOW-SEED.
Niagara Volunteer Connections Database
Looking for Volunteer Opportunities
in the Niagara Region?
1. Go to the link below and click on the Give Help: Volunteer/Donate tab.
2. Choose the option: Find a Volunteer Opportunity.
3. Go to the Explore box and choose Youth Under 25.
4. Choose an opportunity to read more about the volunteer options available.
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Jordan Lions Club
2767 Fourth Ave
We are looking for volunteers to join our organization.
We perform community services such as The Purina Walk for Guide Dogs, Eye Care for those less fortunate, Santa Parade, etc.
We also do fundraisers and give to various organizations in need of funds. We meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month upstairs at the Jordan Arena on Fourth Avenue just west of Jordan Road.
Contact us at 905-562-4798 to see how
you can volunteer with us.
8 Napier Street St. Catharines BEHIND THE LAKE STREET ARMORIES
The Optimist Club of St. Catharines has been proudly serving the community and its youth for over 75 years. We sponsor 23 Optimist Air Cadet Squadron, 1st St. Catharines Girl guides, Sport by Ability Niagara, Aaron Melko Bike Rodeo, and numerous other youth agencies and events. We engage in various fundraising activities in order to be able to help with these projects.
We have various activities; we always welcome extra help. We have monthly Euchre nights, monthly dinner meetings, and often run fundraising barbeques. They may be asked to set up and put away tables and chairs, assist with food service, or punch holes in Euchre score cards.
For further information, contact Club President Wayne Eymann Jr or Vice President, Robbie Craine Davidson at:
905-6821-5697 or via e-mail at email@example.com
150 Bunting Rd
St. Catharines, ON
The Habitat Niagara ReStore is a home renovation outlet offering new and gently used building supplies, kitchens, décor, appliances and much more for a fraction of the retail price, plus you never pay the HST. Whether you're looking to renovate your kitchen or bathroom, build a shed, or fix up your basement, the ReStore should be your first stop!
All proceeds from the ReStore go towards Habitat for Humanity Niagara’s administration costs so that every dollar donated to our charity goes directly towards building homes and serving families.
Join our team at the ReStore! Our ReStore volunteers assist with a number of different tasks including preparing donated materials for resale, sorting and pricing merchandise, product repair and cleaning, customer service, organizing and stocking shelves. To volunteer in the ReStore you must be willing to help, be friendly and customer-service oriented and be able to commit to at least one weekly four-hour shift for a minimum of three months.
Event volunteers help to ensure the success of the many events that Habitat Niagara is involved with during the year. Each event is different and the volunteer opportunities will vary. Some ways that event volunteers lend a hand are at a registration table, being a Habitat ambassador at information fairs, serving and cooking food, setting up at events and much more.
Office volunteers help to keep our administrative costs low and bring a wealth of skills and experience to our organization. Habitat Niagara has many volunteer opportunities for students, professionals and retirees in our Fund Development, Communications, Family Services, Finance and Volunteer Services departments. Duties will vary, depending on our current requirements. Office Volunteers are required to possess computer skills and be able to commit to at least one weekly four-hour shift for a minimum of three months.
There are so many ways to volunteer!
Volunteers are integral to the success of Habitat for Humanity Niagara. We offer a variety of diverse volunteer opportunities that will fit with many different schedules and skill levels.
For more information on volunteering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 905-685-7395 x402 or fill out a Volunteer Application online here.
Recruit, educate and make a difference in your community!
Motivated volunteers are needed to attend community events and spread the word about the importance of blood donation.
Join with a family member or a friend and share in the fun!