If you are interested in volunteering for a dynamic and growing non-profit while helping to green your community, you have come to the right place! Learn more about our opportunities below, sign up for our Volunteer eNews and check out our calendar of events.
Many of our volunteers know and love our parks—as their front yard, their lunch-time escape, or a place to relax on the weekends—and they want to make a difference right on the ground. We hold a series of outdoor projects from mid-March to December to work on common gardening tasks such as weeding, raking, mulching, planting, and pruning. These typically occur every other week on weekday mornings from 9:00am-12:00noon.
If you are interested in helping, please email the Volunteer Coordinator (at least 24 hours in advance) to register. The specific area that we will be working in that day and any changes due to inclement weather will be sent to you prior to the project. We ask that all volunteers arrive on time and ready to work with closed-toe shoes and weather-appropriate clothing that can get dirty. All volunteers are asked to sign a waiver prior to beginning the project, and we will provide gloves, tools, water, and a snack!
Please see our FAQs or contact us to find out more.
Our Ambassador program will be returning to The Greenway this year after a great first season! This volunteer position supports our public art program by providing park-based ambassadors that are knowledgeable about contemporary art practices, the artwork on The Greenway and our park system. We are looking for people who are passionate about public art and public spaces, and are willing to work with a team to create meaningful experiences for park patrons. This position is moderately structured with set shifts and responsibilities, and includes a range of opportunities and experiences.
in 2016 we'll be piloting a new Play Ambassador program! This position will support the Play Coordinator in providing engaging and educational play activities along The Greenway. We are looking for people who are passionate about working with children and adults in our public spaces. This position is moderately structured with set shifts and responsibilities, and includes a range of opportunities and experiences.
The Greenway is a place of stories. From the plants and flowers to the lunchtime patrons, every square foot of this 1.5 mile contemporary park needs your vision and skills to help tell these tales. The Creative Media Arts Volunteer Team will bring outside expertise, ideas and creativity to the table and provide invaluable support in highlighting this amazing space.
As we work to expand our volunteer program, more opportunities for individuals to be involved will be offered. To get started, you can fill out our General Volunteer Application! We also have set job descriptions and responsibilities for the following volunteer positions.
Please get in touch with the Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in any of these opportunities or if you would like to explore other possibilities.