Toronto Shamrocks volunteers can get involved at the club or community level, whether you can offer a few hours of time a year at specific events, or work several hours a week year-round. Whatever your interests, talents, background and availability, The Toronto Shamrocks have volunteer opportunities for you.
You strengthen your community and your social network when you volunteer. You make connections with the people you are helping, and you cultivate friendships with other volunteers.
Socially, the benefits of volunteering show up quickly and have long-term effects. Social interaction improves mental and physical health
Volunteering creates stronger bonds between friends, family, and coworkers. People build closer relationships, better connections to people when they work together.
Volunteering and freely giving your time, energy, and resources to people especially kids around the community can create change on a global scale. It is incredible to think that one person’s efforts can change the life of someone else. However, the best part, and often overlooked is that volunteering is just plain fun.
Please know that we appreciate any volunteering inquiries and will promptly reply to all. Please email us at email@example.com with your inquiry.
All Shamrocks volunteers will be provided with organization branded swag as our appreciation for your time.
1) Do I need any certification to coach with the Shamrocks?
Yes. The GTHL will be following Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) requirements for coaches entering the 2020-21 season. The outlined requirements will be for all coaches (house league, select, A, AA, & AAA) who wish to be rostered to a team. Previously trained coaches may already have many of these requirements. To view the requirements and register for courses.
2) Do I need any certification to volunteer with the Shamrocks?
Absolutely not. Simply contact us and lets have a chat.
3) Do I require to have a child playing hockey with the Shamrocks in order to volunteer?
No. Although parents and guardians are encouraged to volunteer with us, any member of the community is able to help out.
4) Do I need to have any hockey experience to volunteer with the Shamrocks?
No. Although hockey experience is a must in order to volunteer with on ice activities, there are many opportunities that involve absolutely no hockey skill or knowledge.
5) Can I volunteer as a Coach / Assistant Coach on a competitive team?
Yes. Most coaches would highly appreciate help with coaching / training. We are here to serve the community.