Transience is one of the words that best describes Boyle Street. While the term often evokes images of struggle and instability, the constant movement of projects and people are part of what makes this neighbourhood an interesting place to live, and an exciting place to be a volunteer.
Needless to say, the rapid rate of change keeps us, as Boyle Street community organizers, on our toes. Because our area’s population is on the move, there are peaks and dips in our volunteer base.
In the near future, we will be seeking volunteers for our board of directors. Board members commit to regular participation in our monthly meetings and are willing to chip in on ad hoc leadership tasks. In addition to formal leadership roles, we have volunteer opportunities in the areas of administration, programming, and communications.
We are looking for people who
Our mission as a community league is to strengthen community ties in Boyle Street through civic advocacy and grassroots initiatives that serve to unite our diverse neighbourhood behind a distinct and positive community identity. If you can get behind that, connect via our website: boylestreet.community. Any questions? Send us a note at email@example.com.
Join our movement.
Joelle Reiniger is Vice President of the Boyle Street Community League.
- Sign up for Next Door, a neighbourhood networking app to stay in touch with your neighbours and the local issues Boyle Street residents are talking about.
- Follow the Boyle Street Community League Facebook page for updates on community news and events. Keep an eye out for details on upcoming neighbourhood meet and greets at our favourite places.