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Become a volunteer with Haldimand County.

Summer Camps and Aquatics

Haldimand County Recreation offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for students aged, 12 years and older,  who would like hands-on experience supporting swimming lessons, camps, and programming. Volunteering provides an opportunity for students to gain experience, build a resume, create lasting friendships and gain community service hours.

Students interested in volunteering within our Aquatic Facilities are required to have completed at a minimum Swimmer 6 (or equivalent).

Students interested in volunteering within our HaldiFUN camps must be at minimum 13 years of age. Students interested in volunteering within our Sports or Creative camps must be at minimum 14 years of age.

Heritage and Culture

Heritage and Culture offers many exciting volunteer opportunities for both Youth and Adults.  Volunteering is a great way to to build a resume, earn volunteer hours, make new friends and learn something new.

Students interested in volunteering within our Discovery Days camps must be at minimum 12 years of age. Volunteers over the age of 18 may be requested to provide a Vulnerable Sector Check.

Edinburgh Square and Cultural Centre
Phone: (905) 765-3134

Heritage Centre (Cayuga)
Phone: (905) 318-5932 x.6613

Wilson MacDonald Memorial School Museum
Phone: (905) 776-3319


Clean and Green – Volunteer Community Clean-up Events

Do you have a particular area of community you would like to pitch-in and help clean -up? To get started, complete the Clean and Green program application form and tell us a bit more of your community clean-up idea.

Thank you for your interest and assistance in keeping Haldimand beautiful!

For more information click here!

Other Contact options:

Phone: (905) 318-5932 (ask for Community Partnerships Liaison)

Required Legislated Training for Volunteers

Haldimand County requires mandatory Accessibility training for volunteers as per the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005) and the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation. Haldimand County also requires mandatory Worker Health and Safety Training according to the Ontario Health and Safety Act.

If you become a volunteer, you will be required to complete the following training courses:

You are not required to print off or fill out any certificates if prompted at the end of these videos. The submission form will reflect your completion.

Please submit your acknowledgement of training on the form below and send notice of completion and date to your direct volunteer supervisor to be recorded. If you have any questions or require a different format, please contact:


Do you have a particular area of community involvement that interests you? Have a hobby or skill that you’d like to use for the betterment of your community? Perhaps we can connect you with a community group in your area that shares your passions and interests. Contact us today!

Phone: (905) 318-5932