08 May 2014

Current SLC Volunteer Opportunities

CURRENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES


Memory Grove Annual Cleanup this Saturday!
It's time for the annual Memory Grove cleanup! We need another 50 volunteers to help this Saturday from 8:30 to 11:30 am with planting, mulching, and weeding. Lunch will be provided. To sign up, please email Amanda.
 
Extra Hive Pass Volunteer Shifts

We have a few extra Hive Pass outreach volunteer shifts available this month and would love your help! Spread the word about this great new program while helping other SLC residents purchase their pass. We need volunteers on Saturday, May 10th from 10:30 am to 2 pm, on Friday, May 16th between 12 pm and 4 pm, on Saturday the 17th between 10 am and 4 pm, on Wednesday the 22nd from 3 pm to 7 pm, on Thursday the 23rd from 3 pm to 7 pm, and on Saturday the 24th from 10:30 am to 2 pm. 1.5 to 2 hour shifts are available each of these days. Contact Amanda to sign up.


SLC Fire Station Project
We're looking for  group of 10 people to help clean up the yard (pruning and weeding) around Fire Station #7 (275 N 1000 W) before a community event later this month. We're looking for a group to help for two to two and a half hours anytime before May 30th. Contact Amanda to book.

Final Call for Living Traditions Volunteers!
Come join the Salt Lake City Arts Council as a volunteer at the 29th Annual Living Traditions Festival, a celebration of Salt Lake's Folk and Ethnic Arts. Volunteers have the opportunity to help with the children's area, beverage booth, crafts area, maintenance and more during the three-day Festival.  We need volunteers from May 14-19. To register as a volunteer, please contact Annastasia Kaessner at 801-596-5000 or annastasia.kaessner@slcgov.com.


Volunteers Needed for FruitShare Event on 5-17
SLC's FruitShare Program minimizes food waste, promotes local food production, and enhances the community's knowledge of fruit trees by engaging local fruit tree owners to donate their fruit. The fruit is then shared with local partner non-profits working on food and hunger issues. Volunteer teams are essential in helping FruitShare care for the hundreds of trees registered with the program. To help ensure quality fruit growth, volunteer teams help prune and thin trees during spring. On Saturday, May 17th, we need a handful of volunteers able to help us thin the fruit on trees in the Sugarhouse and Avenues neighborhoods. Morning and afternoon shifts are available and no exprience is necessary - training will be done on site. To sign up, contact Amanda before May 13th.  
Request a Group Volunteer Project!

Are you part of a company, church, school or other group looking for a volunteer project? Interested in helping us conserve, protect and beautify our City's outdoor spaces? Great! We have opportunities for you at one of our lovely parks, open spaces, or water conservation garden sites. Please email the group size and requested project date and time range to Amanda Anderson. Projects are available after May 17th.



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