Volunteers are an intergral part in helping Anchorage Parks and Recreation achieve its mission of Healthy Parks, Healthy People.
Every year, our dedicated volunteers better and beautify Anchorage's parks and trails through picking up trash, digging holes, building trails, reporting crime, pulling weeds, removing graffiti, planting flowers, and so much more. More importantly, our volunteers build relationships with each other and within the communities where they serve.
Curious about how you, your organization, or your community can be involved? Click on the links below to learn more about our individual programs, or contact the Parks and Recreation Volunteer Coordinator Michelle Fehribach at 343-4587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
See something in your neighborhood that could use a little love? Call us and we'll work with you to organize and support a community volunteer event!
Volunteer Opportunity for In-Service Day Carnival, February 20th
Volunteer Opportunity for Eggstravaganza, March 28th
Clean & Green, Safe & Secure
Volunteens are Anchorage youth between the ages of 13-18 who volunteer in parks to gain a broad range of work experience including gardening, painting, park maintenance and special projects.
Graffiti Busters-.Call us to report graffiti and we'll set you up with the right supplies. Or get your friends together for a Graffiti Buster event. We'll bring the supplies.
Park Volunteer -If you are a group leader setting up service time for your group, call us now so we can plan to maximize the time you spend and the work we need done.
Recreation programs -If you have a talent you'd like to share, consider teaching at one of our Recreation Centers. Volunteer to teach a class, help with little swimmers, or share your passion and talent for sports with Anchorage youth, Some volunteer opportunities may require a background check.
Benefits of Volunteering - Individual
Benefits of Volunteering - Organization