A circle of friends, a company’s employees, a youth group, a service club, a class, a faith group, a family or a neighbourhood can do group volunteering.
What’s the best way to engage a group of volunteers? First, assess your organization’s capacity to engage groups. Identify new or existing projects that may benefit from the support of a group of volunteers.
Contact your local volunteer centre for more information on group volunteering and download the resources listed below.
We also have resources specific to families wanting to volunteer together here.
Examples of group volunteering activities
Community housing construction projects
Organizing food or clothing drives
Environmental projects like shoreline clean-ups
Skills-based activities for workplace volunteers (e.g., accountant tax clinics or pro bono legal work)