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"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant."
--Robert Louis Stevenson
"Green Meetings Approved Site" by ConventionSouth
We are making it easy for your group to volunteer while meeting in Broward. Assist a naturalist in a local park planting trees, clean up the waterways, donate to women in need, feed the hungry or help build affordable housing. Take some time to review some of the organizations below and choose to leave a mark and get in a sunny state of mind.
And we will help offset your carbon footprint too.
Broward County Parks and Recreation Division is a nationally accredited recreation agency dedicated to providing a variety of exceptional programs, services, and facilities essential to the quality of life in Broward County while preserving our natural areas. The Broward County Parks and Recreation Division's Volunteer Program offers students, families, individuals, and small and large groups short-term or long-term opportunities to share their time and talents with the community in a wide variety of interesting and valuable experiences. Several volunteer opportunities are available throughout Broward County Parks. No previous experience is necessary, and we are ready to provide training and assistance with any opportunity you choose.
By volunteering, you can:
Volunteering opportunities vary at each park site. We can accommodate a variety of schedules and times. Please call the park of your choice directly or stop by the park office to complete a volunteer application. For volunteers under 18 years old, parental signatures are required. Please bring a photo ID to the park when you sign up. Click here for Workday Volunteer Application.
Mountain Bike Trail Work Volunteer: Assist with ongoing trail maintenance workdays; projects include rebuilding trails, vegetation and erosion control and trail clean up. It is recommended that every trail work volunteer attend an IMBA trail building seminar.
Hours: Workdays are scheduled with Park management. Frequency: Trail maintenance workdays are typically one weekend day per month. Availability: Markham Park and Quiet Waters Park.
Natural Areas Volunteer: Removal of exotic vegetation and planting of native vegetation. Duties include: working on your own or assisting with set up and supervision of work days to remove and restore vegetation. May also include trash removal, cleanups, and similar activities. Hours: Varies according to facility
Frequency: Usually once a month on Saturdays except during the summer.
Availability: Anne Kolb Nature Center/West Lake Park, Hollywood North Beach, Fern Forest Nature Center and Secret Woods Nature Centers, Deerfield Island Park, Long Key Nature Center and Natural Area, Tree Tops Park, Pine Island Ridge and various other Natural Areas. Contact the Broward County Parks and Recreation Division's Volunteer Coordinator, Anita Ziegler at 954-357-8153. 950 NW 38th St, Oakland Park FL 33309 www.Broward.org/parks
The Care Resource volunteer program provides volunteer opportunities in Broward County. We offer volunteer opportunities year round for community service, internship, and office-related volunteer opportunities as well as opportunities to volunteer with our special events team. Our special events include White Party Week, AIDS Walk Miami, Holiday Lights & Dining Out for Life. For more information on how you can become a volunteer, please complete the form online. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at Volunteer@CareResource.org
CARE RESOURCE: 830 E. Oakland Park Blvd, Suite 121, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334, 954-567-7141
GLCC: 1717 N Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 954-463 9005
Feeding South Florida is always in need of an extra pair of hands and welcomes your contribution of time. Volunteers are the backbone of our organization and we would not be able to feed the hungry without YOUR help! If you are 16 or older, we have a position for you! We offer a variety of ways for people to volunteer and help those less fortunate in our community. There are volunteer opportunities to fit your interest.
Visitors, event organizers and attendees can calculate the carbon footprint associated with events and travel and make donations to offset their share of that footprint. Program participants receive a certificate of participation and their funds support local tree planting at Plan It Green designated sites. In addition to offsetting carbon emissions, the Plan It Green program expands urban tree canopy providing more shading and cooling and creating wildlife habitats. For less than $2 per person, the average event can be Plan It Green-certified while achieving local and corporate sustainability objectives and protecting the natural environment against future climate impacts.
Group Volunteer:A wide variety of faith-based, civic, community and corporate groups choose to volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Broward. One of the many reasons organizations choose to partner with Habitat is to participate in an activity that fosters a lasting impact on our community as a whole. The Habitat program not only empowers our partner families to provide their children with a safe, stable home environment to improve their lives, it also initiates a significant impact in the revitalization of low income neighborhoods. Through volunteering, group members gain a sense of pride and accomplishment by working together to improve their quality of life of a family in need. Group sizes range from 5-15 people. Often, larger groups choose to sponsor a Corporate Workday on the construction site or sponsor a home. Click here for more information on Corporate Workdays and Home Sponsorship.
3564 North Ocean Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308, 954-396-3030, www.habitatbroward.org
For information directly related to the cleanup of Broward County's canals and waterways, visit www.waterwaycleanup.org. The Annual Waterway Cleanup in March is this county's largest environmental event and in 2007 more than 3,000 volunteers worked at 33 waterfront locations and on Intracoastal floating site to clean nearly 67 tons trash and debris from Broward's 300 miles of waterways, canals and shorelines. 2312 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
954-524-2733, 877-294-9990 firstname.lastname@example.org