Sea Cider staff with a bounty of invasive crow garlic from James Island, BC (Photo by NCC)
Get your team involved
It takes teamwork to care for Canada’s natural places. From our wetlands, to woodlands, grasslands and coastlines, thousands of Canadians team up with Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) every year to help with important conservation projects across the country. Join the fun with our customized group volunteer events, developed to meet your team's needs. Whether it's a day trip to nearby nature reserve or an in-office workshop, experience a full day of unique team engagement... all in the name of conservation!
Volunteer in nature, for nature
Want to spend time in nature and contribute to priority conservation goals?
Audi Canada employee planting prairie plugs at NCC's Hazel Bird property, ON (Photo by NCC)
NCC invites your organization to spend a hands-on day in nature with our expert conservation staff, working to protect and care for some of our country's most unique places. These exciting one-day events provide team-building opportunities that take your employees out of the office and into nature at one of NCC’s nature reserves, while ensuring we have you back before the end of your work day.
Your team will learn about local habitat, rare species, and NCC's conservation initiatives, all while contributing directly to preserving Canada's natural heritage.
Bring nature to your office
Bring hands-on conservation right to your office! NCC will lead employee volunteers in an educational and impactful workshop where they will work together on a project that will be used in NCC's on-the-ground stewardship work.
Your team will learn about the role of hands-on stewardship on natural landscapes and the contribution your team is making to nature.
TransCanada staff cutting fence clips during a Conservation Volunteers event in their office (Photo by NCC)
Group volunteering costs
NCC staff will work with your team to develop an event-specific budget as costs vary depending upon group size, type of activities, event details and location.
Events may include:
- Transportation to and from the site
- Flexible project start and end times
- Event tools and materials
- Hands-on volunteer experience on an ecologically significant property
- Lunch for all participants
- Onsite washroom facilities
- Digital photo scrapbook that can be shared publicly (issued after event)
- Trained first aid and wilderness safety supervisors
- All safety planning and personal protective equipment
- A guided tour of the nature reserve
- Information on how your employees can engage further with NCC
Get in touch
To learn more about group volunteering and/or partnership opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!