The Hot Sauce project calls for local gardeners and residents to grow a few extra jalapeno peppers which are collected at harvest time and cooked up by volunteers into Heat Bank's very own Hot Sauce! The jars of hot sauce are then used to raise awareness and funds for Heat Bank. We want Chili Peppers, not Chilly People!
Check out the position description here and scroll to the bottom of this page to let us know you are interested!
Volunteers are the driving force behind Heat Bank Haliburton County. We rely solely on volunteers who are willing to offer up use of their trucks and trailers in order to move firewood. It is also volunteers that gather on wood splitting days to share some laughs and prepare wood for drying (cutting, splitting and stacking). You don't need to handle an axe, drive a pick-up or grow a beard to be part of the team! The more people we have helping, the lighter the load (and the more fun we have)!
We are also happy to have help with event planning & fundraising, promotion and marketing as well as pepper-growing and cooking with our Hot Sauce project. If you have a particular interest or talent and would like to help contribute to the work we do, please contact us!
Many local businesses recognize that communities grow stronger when we all help each other in times of need. If you are a company that would like to give back to your community, we also gladly accept donations of and discounts on services, such as commercial wood splitting, chimney cleaning and furnace maintenance in exchange for promotion of your company.
Would you like to help out? Please fill out the following contact form or contact Tina at (705) 306-0565.