Thank you for your interest in volunteering!
The generous contributions of volunteers enable us to achieve our mission to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life. By bringing your skills, knowledge and passion to DSF, you allow us to achieve work that would otherwise be unattainable, see things from a fresh perspective, and further our work towards a healthy environment.
Our current volunteer opportunities are displayed below. We thank all applicants and encourage you to apply for positions that best suit your interests and experience. Your application will be kept on file and considered for future positions as they arise.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of our Foundation. For volunteers, issues matter, as do community and the future. Their spirit, enthusiasm, and pride suffuse the Foundation. To me, this passion is the glue that binds people together, and makes tangible our shared values and hopes.
Other volunteering opportunities
Future Ground Network Superteam
Want to put your skills to use by supporting grassroots groups throughout the country? You might be interested in one of our Future Ground Network Superteam volunteer roles.
Future Ground Network supports local groups who are organizing to secure healthier lived environments and more sustainable communities. The most effective change begins locally, alongside others in our community with whom we share common values.
The Suzuki Elders are a voluntary association of self-identified elders working with and through the David Suzuki foundation. We bring our voices, experiences and memories to mentor, motivate and support other elders and younger generations in dialogue and action on environmental issues. Suzuki Elders listen, learn, share and act through educating, communicating connecting and advocacy.
Sustainable Diversity Network
The Sustainable Diversity Network builds relationships in unlikely places.
Three years ago, the David Suzuki Foundation released its Sustainable Diversity Report. Shortly after that, the Sustainable Diversity Network was born. Today, the network consists of eight people from different backgrounds who share the same goal: to bring forward the work of the SDN.
Become a citizen scientist
Are you a science lover but not a scientist? Becoming a citizen scientist has never been easier. A citizen science project can involve one person or millions of people collaborating for a common goal. As a citizen scientist, you’ll help us gain a better understanding of the world and our place in it.