CURRENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
City of Mesa and MCC Revitalize The Rose Garden Event 1.18.20- Join the City of Mesa at the MCC Rose Garden for a large scale pruning event! Volunteers are needed to help prune the rose bushes in order to stimulate new spring growth. To learn more and to sign-up, please visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0449AFA829A0FC1-revitalize2.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration Parade 1.20.20- Volunteers are needed to help with parade participant check-in, parade staging and de-staging areas, and parade route management. Find more information including age requirements, check-in times, and how to sign-up by visiting: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0449AFA829A0FC1-mlkjr1
2020 Point-In-Time Homeless Count 1.28.19- Be a part of an event that has a direct impact on the community. The PIT Count helps to identify individuals and families experiencing homelessness and find the best ways to help them. We are also in need of hygiene item donations to create care packages to handout on the morning of the count. To sign-up to volunteer or get information on the hygiene drive, please visit: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0449AFA829A0FC1-2020
Valentines for Homebound Seniors- Brighten the day of a senior by dropping in to make a valentine! Supplies will be provided; all you need to bring is your creativity! We will collect and distribute valentines to various senior care facilities across Mesa on Thursday, 2/13/20. Or drop off homemade valentines at one of our many collection boxes. Valentines will be collected between 2/3/20 and 2/11/20.
Drop-In and Make Dates and Locations:
Monday, 2/3/20 Dobson Ranch Library- Large Study Space 2pm-7pm
Tuesday, 2/4/20 Red Mountain Library- ThinkSpot 2pm-7pm
Wednesday, 2/5/20 Mail Library- ThinkSpot 2pm-7pm
Drop-Off Box Locations (2/3/20 through 2/11/20)
Dobson Ranch Library (2425 S Dobson Rd)
Red Mountain Library (635 N Power Rd)
Main Library (64 E 1st St)
Mesa City Plaza (20 E Main St)
Community Services Office (200 S. Center Building #1)
Why should you consider volunteering?
Consider sharing your most precious gift with your neighbors- your time. The City of Mesa offers many opportunities for residents to help build a better Mesa. Volunteers are needed in our art center, libraries, museums, neighborhoods, parks, police and fire departments, and many other areas. You can click the button above to view our searchable volunteer website that will make it even easier for you to find opportunities to help your city. Here are some great reasons to start volunteering:
- Because of your sense of commitment and pride for the community
- To give back to the community
- To accomplish work that is important in the community
- Receive on-the-job training
- Develop skills in a municipal environment
- Networking opportunities
- Because you believe in the cause
- Explore your strengths and use your skills and experiences to help others
The City of Mesa provides a quality of work environment where volunteers are valued and respected for the role they play in contributing their time and talents.
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