Volunteer Opportunities

Engaged volunteers create a vibrant and thriving St. Catharines. This webpage helps individuals interested in volunteering within the Corporation of the City of St. Catharines or affiliated groups to find opportunities to share their talents and become more engaged in their community.

To download and submit a volunteer application form click here

To contact the Community Relations Coordinator for more information click here

Volunteer opportunities with the Clean City Committee

The Clean City Committee has volunteer opportunities for a variety of events throughout the year, including Pitch In Week. The St. Catharines Clean City Committee has existed for over ten years and consists of a group of volunteers dedicated to the removal of litter in the City of St. Catharines.

Visit the Clean City Committee

Volunteer opportunities in Aquatics

The City of St. Catharines is looking for assistant aquatics instructor volunteers. Volunteers are needed to assist with the Red Cross AquaQuest Program. You must be at least 13 years old and have your Bronze Medallion Award or over 18 with a love of water and children.

Volunteer opportunities with Children's Programs

Volunteer opportunities exist in the City of St. Catharines' Creative Arts, Health and Fitness, Special Interest and Sports and Games children's programs.

Volunteer opportunities with Culture Events

There are currently no culture events volunteer opportunities. Please check back soon.

Volunteer opportunities with Seniors Programs

The City of St. Catharines' seniors centres offer places to participate and help with a wide range of social, recreational and educational activities and programs.

Volunteer opportunities at the St. Catharines Museum

The St. Catharines Museum has a variety of volunteer opportunities, including a volunteer museum tour guide and helping with museum collections and registrations.

As a volunteer museum tour guide you can share your enthusiasm about St. Catharines with visitors from around the world. Volunteers give informative tours about the four Welland Canals and the early days of St. Catharines. Training is provided by qualified museum staff.

As a volunteer with the museum's collections and registration, you will be involved in one of the central functions done behind the scenes in a museum: Cataloguing. Artifacts and documents are catalogued and preserved for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations of St. Catharines citizens and visitors. At the St. Catharines Museum, a dedicated team of staff and volunteers carry out cataloguing, digital photography and data entry.

Email the St. Catharines Museum about volunteer opportunities

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