The View from Here
Volunteers have unique views about the importance of wetland conservation, shaped by their personal experiences in nature.
What motivates and inspires you?
Every action adds up
Volunteering with DUC doesn’t have to be a big commitment. By lending a hand when you can, your passion will be transformed into real results that benefit Canada’s natural areas.
There are lots of opportunities to help. What and how much you do is completely up to you. Here are some examples of small actions people can take through our event fundraising programs
- Help set up or take down an event
- Greet event attendees
- Sell tickets (even one or two helps)
- Bring in a donation
- Become a DUC social media influencer
Other opportunities to lend a hand include participating in our peer-to-peer fundraisers, maintaining and caring for conservation projects, helping with our education programs and interpretive centres, and helping in our offices. (Opportunities vary by province.)
All these activities add up to make a big difference for conservation. Would you be willing to lend a hand? Our DUC staff members would be pleased to speak with you.
Turn your passion into action.
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Long-time supporter George Merry is living out his own natural legacy on Wolfe Island
It took a community to conserve “precious and valuable” natural shoreline on Lake Ontario
I put my mettle to the pedal in Kingston to save Canada’s wetlands
Mark Mortimer shares the story of his journey on the first annual Kingston Ride for Conservation
Reconnecting with the outdoors
Volunteering with DUC provides Alex Resvick a sense of peace and connections to family and friends.
Make time for charitable causes close to your heart
To all the incredible DUC volunteers across the country, know that you are a true testament to the good that happens when people work together toward a common purpose. Never underestimate the impact of your actions.
Honouring an old friend with new commitments to conservation
Rob Harmon is keeping the fun in fundraising in Frontenac County and has been named Ontario's Volunteer of the Year.
At home in the outdoors
Angèle Scott's strong personal connection to wetland conservation coupled with her outstanding volunteer service earned her the title of DUC’s Volunteer of the Year in Nova Scotia.
Small things can make a big difference.
From organizing fundraising events to monitoring our projects, the DUC flock is critical to achieving our conservation mission.Help Now