Volunteers are the heart of the Inn
Montgomery’s Inn is home to a dedicated corps of over 90 volunteers, many of whom have given decades of service. Volunteers enjoy a sense of camaraderie as they develop skills and make welcome contributions to the community.
- Collections volunteers
- assist with research and documentation.
- Tearoom volunteers
- in historic costume serve tea and treats.
- Baking volunteers
- bake in the catering kitchen and brick oven.
- Historic Cook volunteers
- demonstrate hearth cooking in the Inn.
- Garden volunteers
- maintain the gardens surrounding the site.
- Event volunteers
- help with special events in a variety of roles.
the INNovators are a non-profit Friends of the Museum group who are always looking for volunteers.
RECOGNITION – Volunteers are essential to the Inn’s success. A Volunteer Appreciation event is held annually, along with social and enrichment gatherings.
RECRUITMENT – New volunteers are recruited and trained regularly. To inquire about current opportunities, call 416-394-8120 or check the Volunteer Toronto website.