Our work is made possible because of the many, community minded individuals who share their time and talents with us as volunteers.
We have an incredible and diverse team of people who volunteer their time in everything from our programs, to special projects, events and committees.
We celebrate our diverse community, by committing ourselves to fostering a workplace that is inclusive, collaborative and respectful. By becoming a volunteer at The Kitchen, you will be expected to honour and respect all of our members, and value the unique experiences and skills of each individual on our team and in our community.
If this sounds like something you can get behind, let’s talk!
Whether you are looking for a way to make a difference through casual on-call opportunities, weekly core positions or enjoy diving into complex and impactful projects, we would love to hear from you.
Please complete our prospective volunteer intake form, and a staff member will contact you within 2 weeks of your submission to discuss next steps.
Grow A row
“Grow A Row builds on the long-standing tradition of gardeners loving to share their harvest with others. It is a people-helping-people program to assist in feeding the hungry in their own communities.”
- Continue building our Grow A Row network by adding 10 new Gardeners to our community.
- Increase the availability of fresh, locally grown produce for people experiencing food insecurity
- Strive to collect 800 lbs of produce through the Grow a Row initiative.
- Host a Grow-A-Row Harvest Celebration at the end of the season.
- Listen, Learn, and Plan for 2023.
BECOME A GROW-A-ROW GARDENER!
Register as a Grow-A-Row Gardener for the Shelbourne Community Kitchen. Simply fill out the form at the link below.
When you have your first harvest that you would like to share, you can:
- Drop off your veggies at our central location, 101-3787 Cedar Hill Rd anytime during hours of operations (no drop offs outside of office hours please)
- Harvest Pick Up is also available with advance notice.
Are you a college or university student looking for a field placement or practicum for your program?
Perhaps you have a research project and would like to see your hard work make a direct impact in your community?
We have the honour of working alongside incredible students from a wide variety of programs that help to make incredible projects possible. Our staff has mentored students from the University of Victoria’s School of Social Work Program and Camosun College’s Community Youth and Child Studies Program for over five years.
To discuss projects and student placement opportunities at our organization, please contact our Program Director, Kim Cummins, at firstname.lastname@example.org