08 February 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 payable in $30 a month installments (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!
Saturday, March 1st from 9:30 am - Noon at the Downtown Library
Wednesday, March 5th from 5 - 8 pm at the Anderson-Foothill Library
Monday, March 10th 5 - 8 pm at the Day-Riverside Library
Wednesday, March 12th 5 - 8 pm at the Sprague Library
Monday, March 17th 5 - 8 pm at the Sweet Library
Service in the City Volunteer Project Leader
Interested in a fun, challenging, regularly scheduled volunteer opportunity? Want to gain more management or project planning experience? Service in the City is looking for 2 - 3 people interested in being volunteer project leads. In this role, you'd work closely with Amanda and the Service in the City program to help supervise large volunteer events. People interested in this volunteer role would need to be able to make an eight month committment and have at least 3 to 4 hours a week to give between the months of March and October. For more information, call Amanda at 801.535.6202.

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

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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