25 January 2014

Service in the City

February and March Volunteer

Need Support Selling New Transit Pass
Starting in February, new transit passes will be available for Salt Lake City residents. Mayor Becker and UTA have partnered to design a new annual pass available for $360, or $30 a month (to learn more, click here). This is a great deal and will hopefully encourage even more people to protect our air quality by utilizing public transportation. Throughout late February, March and April, we'll need several volunteers able to help us sell these new passes at libraries and local events. As a volunteer, you'd be helping answer questions for customers in line, administering short surveys, and potentially take photos for people's passes. If you're interested in volunteering for one of these shifts, please email Amanda at amanda.anderson@slcgov.com.

We need 2 volunteers for each of these shifts!
Monday, Feb. 26th 5 - 8 pm at the Sprague Library
Saturday, March 1st 10 am - Noon at the Sweet Library
Saturday, March 1st from 1 - 3 pm at the Downtown Library
Wednesday, March 5th from 1 - 3 pm at the Anderson-Foothill Library
Saturday, March 8th 10 am - Noonat at the Chapman Library
Saturday, March 8th 10 am - 2 pm at te Rio Grande Depot's Winter Market
Saturday, March 8th 1 - 3 pm at the Day-Riverside Library

Open Streets Liaisons
Even though the 2nd annual Open Streets is still a few months away, we need two volunteers who will help with a special project in February to prepare for the event. The two volunteers interested in this role would help Service in the City, Bike Utah and the Gallivan Center gather information from local businesses along the Open Streets route. These volunteer would talk to managers at shops and restaurants between 200 E and 300 W along 300 S. Volunteers would be responsible for passing out flyers with Open Streets event information and gathering contact info from the manager at each store. The schedule for this is flexible and volunteers would be able to choose whatever day and time would be most convenient for them as long as the businesses are open. If interested, please contact Amanda by February 7th. As a thank you, two free passes for ice skating at the Gallivan will be given to both volunteers who sign up.


Salt Lake City is full of diverse non-profit organizations all working hard to impact our community. Check out some other fun volunteer opportunities!

SLC Annual Homeless Point in Time Count
There are multiple opportunities and several ways to be part of the Salt Lake County Homeless Point in Time Count. The project will take place over a four-day period from Wednesday, January 29, through Saturday, February 1, 2014. For this effort, we anticipate needing upwards of 140 volunteers, most of whom will be able to conduct surveys with persons experiencing homelessness who are living on the streets. To sign up to volunteer for this great opportunity, click here.
Volunteer with The Active Aging Program

The Active Aging Program (AAP) of Salt Lake County,  Adults and Aging Services, is recruiting volunteers to lead the Walk with Ease a walking program for people with arthritis. As a volunteer  you lead a Walk with Ease group where you will have the opportunity to discuss health-related topics, and guide self-paced group walks 3 times a week for 6 weeks. For more information contact Erika Thompson at ethompson@slco.org or (385)468-3088

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