You can choose from a variety of volunteer opportunities and time commitments, including a one-day-only special event, a short-term project or an ongoing position.
A sample of current opportunities is listed below.
|Plymouth Arts Council
Serve on various working committees to promote the visual, literary, theatre and musical arts through special events and initiatives. Specifically seeking volunteers with experience in social media/web pages, grant writing, marketing, strategic planning, fundraising and graphic design.
Water Quality Monitor
Collect surface water samples of Parkers Lake every other week April through October; must have a boat.
Adopt A Park, Trail or Disc Golf Course
Keep the City's recreational spaces clean by picking up litter weekly. Bags are provided.
- Gleanloch Park, Sycamore and Windemere Ln
- Heather Ponds Park, 3426 Lawndale Ln
- Jaycee's Hemlock Park, 24th and Hemlock Ln
- Imperial Hills Park, 17th & Shadyview Ln
- LaCompte Green, 10805 Co Rd 15
- Oakwood Playfield, 1700 Co Rd 101
- Queensland Park, 8th and Queensland Ln
- Ridgemount Park, 12000 Ridgemount Ave
- South Shore Park, 10th Ave & South Shore Drive
- Reserve Park, 53rd & Cheshire Ln
- Three Ponds Park, 54th & Union Terrace Ln
Garden Wedding Coordinator
May through September
Assist Millennium Garden bridal couples during Wednesday and Thursday evening wedding rehearsals. Must have previous customer service experience.
Millennium Garden Caretakers
June through September
Keep the Millennium Garden looking beautiful! Set your own schedule to water, deadhead and weed.
Team Green Tree
Work events held quarterly
Learn more about tree/shrub care and improve the city's community green spaces by planting, pruning, mulching, weeding and removing buckthorn.
Opportunities for area businesses, churches, and scout troops, etc. to participate as a group can be explored by contacting Volunteer Services at 763-509-5230 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Typically groups will do a one-day-only park clean up or planting project, adopt a trail or street, or assist with a special event.
Teens must be 14 and older or accompanied by an adult to participate in special events.
Teen Volunteer Program
The Summer Teen Volunteer Program is an excellent opportunity for teens 14 and older to learn leadership skills and gain valuable experience working with children. Teens assist with summer recreation programs, including playgrounds, day camp, sports, art, music and more. Teens choose the programs, locations and times that interest them. There is a mandatory training session in June.
Teen Advisory Group (TAG)
TAG’s mission is to give teens in Plymouth a voice by serving as a platform to better the community through teen involvement, activities and volunteering.