2017 Volunteer Service Award

Heritage Toronto volunteers make it possible to celebrate Toronto’s heritage and build a compassionate city that honours its diverse stories.

We recognize those who have demonstrated exemplary service and commitment to the organization with the Volunteer Service Award.

Heritage Toronto was pleased to present Ed Freeman with our first ever Volunteer Service Award in 2016. Ed has researched and led tours for over 20 years.

Described as an “outstanding guide,” Ed is a geologist by training, who has given tours and talks on the history of Toronto’s quarries and brickworks, as well as tours on neighbourhood planning, the city’s natural trails, and its residential architecture

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Volunteer Service Award!

  • One nomination may be submitted by each active volunteer or member in good standing.
  • Nomination forms must be completed in full and submitted ONLINE by the deadline: July 28, 2017 at 5:00 pm.

For additional information including eligibility criteria: click here. (PDF)

Submit your nomination below:

2017 - Volunteer Service Award Nomination Form


General Information on the Nominee

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Questions: please contact Lucy Di Pietro at 416-338-1339 or lucy.dipietro@toronto.ca.