Join the Toronto Garlic Festival Volunteer Team

The 8th Annual Toronto Garlic Festival Volunteer Team is recruiting an Army of volunteers to assist with everything from cracking fresh Ontario Garlic for the Raw Garlic Shot Station to guarding the perimeter of the festival to ensure no vampires get in without paying their admission fee! Among the volunteers we need are: Garlic Festival Valets (assisting vendors, speakers and special guests); Garlic Ice Cream and Garlic Popcorn Servers; Raw Garlic Shot Baristas, and there’s even a position for a Garlic Superhero sidekick!

The festival promotes Ontario garlic farmers and is focused on food, fun and friendly interactions with festival visitors. Volunteers are responsible for spreading the garlic love during the festival by being well-informed and by performing their volunteer duties in a pleasant and courteous manner at all times. Volunteers who complete a full shift (a shift is from three to five hours long) will receive a souvenir apron to be worn during the shift and one delicious garlic meal courtesy of Toronto Garlic Festival.

Volunteers work a 3 to 5 hour shift at the festival on Sunday, Sept 17, 2017 and receive a free meal and Official Festival Apron. The festival will provide you with a signed letter confirming hours worked if required.

The application below takes only three minutes to complete. We will review your application and reply within three days.

Toronto Garlic Festival Date: Sunday, September 17, 2017. Public hours from 9AM to 5PM.
Volunteers work a 3 to 5 hour shift and receive a free meal and Official Festival Apron
LOCATION: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street (at St Clair West) Toronto, Ontario M6G 4C7
Parking nearby and TTC access by St. Clair West Streetcar.
Toronto Garlic Festival is an Ontario registered not-for-profit. All revenues go toward the cost to run the festival.

Are you currently 16 years of age or older? *
volunteers are required to be 16 years of age or older
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Email Address *
Volunteer information will be sent to this email address
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Mobile or other tel number *
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How did you hear about the Toronto Garlic Festival Volunteer opportunity?
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Have you volunteered before at the Toronto Garlic Festival? What year or years?
Will you require a volunteer recognition letter for community involvement hours? *
(For high-school students. Letters will be issued for volunteers who complete at least one 4 hour shift)
How will you get to the festival? *
Please be aware that the subway on Sunday does not start until 9 AM.
What is your first choice to volunteer on the day of the Festival? *
Please choose one shift from the choices below. Remember, if you're coming by public transit the subway does not start until 9 AM on Sunday. The first and forth shift have been filled.
What is your second choice shift to volunteer on the day of the Festival? *
Select your second choice from the options below. The first and forth shift have been filled.
Please indicate any skills and experience that you feel is relevant
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What language or languages do you speak? *
check only languages that you are comfortable speaking in public
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How comfortable are you with reading text in the English language? *
We're recruiting 8 members for the Poster Volunteer Team. Are you interested in putting up Festival posters in downtown Toronto before the festival?
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Emergency Contact
Please provide the name and contact information for someone you know that we can contact in case of an emergency
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Relationship *
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Do you have any medical conditions we should be aware of? *
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Disclaimer
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The Toronto Garlic Festival makes every endeavour to provide a safe and secure working environment for all volunteers and not to ask any volunteer to perform tasks beyond the competency of the volunteer, or without appropriate training and supervision. However, every volunteer must take care for their own safety and well-being and the safety and well-being of others around them. Volunteers should not undertake tasks for which they do not feel competent or do work or work in situations at The Toronto Garlic Festival where they do not believe their own safety is assured. Volunteers must act in a reasonable and safety-conscious way at all times. Declaration of Truth: I declare that the above information is accurate to the best of my knowledge.
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