Call for Directors
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is currently recruiting two (2) board members. Currently directors of the Foundation also become directors of a related but separate not-for-profit organization, the Greenbelt Fund.
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is dedicated to promoting and sustaining the Greenbelt as a beneficial, valuable, and permanent feature, enhancing the quality of life for all residents of Ontario. Our Board of Directors helps the Foundation realize these goals, ensuring the Foundation’s policies, grants, investment, management, and investment reflect these objectives.Read more
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is looking to fill two positions on our communications team.
Communications Manager (Application Deadline - February 22, 2016 at 5pm)
Designer & Program Coordinator (Application Deadline - February 18, 2016 at 5pm)
If you're looking to work with a great team for a good cause, this might just be the career move for you!
Are you looking to get a head start in your communications career? The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation has a contract for a one-year Communications Assistant available and invites applications from qualified candidates by October 7th, 2013.
Ontario’s Greenbelt is the solution for clean air, fresh water and healthy local food. At 1.8 million acres, it is the world’s largest greenbelt preserving productive farmland, forests, and wetlands from urban development.Read more
Job ID #130401 - Grant Specialist
The Greenbelt Fund and Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation are non-profit organizations created to support Ontario’s Greenbelt. The organizations fund projects that strengthen the viability and sustainability of agriculture and create a richer, greener and more robust Greenbelt. To do this, they work in partnership with government, industry and NGOs.
Job ID #130403 Education and Outreach Specialist
The Greenbelt Fund is a non-profit organization created to support and enhance the viability, integrity and sustainability of agriculture in Ontario’s Greenbelt and beyond. The Fund works in partnership with government, industry, and NGOs to provide grants and promote local food to the broader public sector.Read more
Position: Accountant / Senior Bookkeeper
Type: Part-time position
Organization: Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation (www.greenbelt.ca)
Location: Toronto, Ontario (Downtown)
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation has a part-time Accountant / Senior Bookkeeper position available in the operations team. Required number of hours will vary depending on experience, but the estimated range is 16 to 24 hours per week, ideally spread over four weekdays.
We invite applications, including hourly rate expectations, from qualified candidates by 10:00 am on January 25th, 2013.Read more
Director of Communications
Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is an independent, charitable organization focused on supporting activities that preserve the environmental and agricultural integrity of Ontario’s Greenbelt Region. We are seeking a Communications Director who is a proven leader, with fresh ideas to develop and conduct dynamic public awareness efforts that highlight the value and significance of Ontario’s Greenbelt.Read more
Project Assistant Position
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation has a 6-month internship available on the communications team on Sign Projects. We invite applications from qualified candidates by Friday, May 25, 2012.Read more
Do you love local food? Are you always on the search for a restaurant that serves of local? Do you pine for the first tomato of the season? This job may just be what you have been looking for. Come immerse yourself in local and help in building a robust fresh local food value chain with the innovative new site, Ontariofresh.ca.Read more
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation has vastly expanded over the past year–in both the scope of our projects and the team of dedicated support staff. Beginning in 2011 with 11 staff, the Foundation has grown to a staff complement of 18; allowing more efficient work and enhancing the quality of projects completed.
Some of these new staff members come to us from Skills for Change, a training school for new Canadians and others through the Toronto sector of Ontario Works. The Foundation is proud to support new Canadians and careers through these programs, not to mention the tremendous talent we have gained by participating.Read more