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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

From planting a tree or gardens to special events, volunteers play an important role in assisting in the delivery of services to the community. Share your expertise or develop new skills, we are interested in your leadership to enhance our programs and services.
Adaptive Sports Volunteer
Volunteer athletes, coaches and caring individuals needed to work with Special Needs youth in our Adaptive Sports programs. Must be 14 years old and willing to volunteer for the length of the programs.  This is a Service Learning opportunity. Kroll Background check required for those over 18. For additional information and to apply, contact Wendy Scarborough at (410) 222-7313 ext. 3554.
Parks and Trails Volunteer
Anne Arundel County Trails
Promote, protect and enhance the Trails.
Trailblazers are members of a volunteer patrol group that assist the park rangers in helping make the Trails safe and enjoyable. 
Downs Park
The Friends of Downs Park is a non-profit (501c3) organization of volunteers who support Downs Park through their volunteer, fundraising and advocacy efforts. Contact Downs Park at (410) 222-6230.
General's Highway Athletic Association, Inc.
The Generals Highway Environmental Project fulfills a vision for Generals Highway Corridor Park.
Hancock's Resolution
Since Historic London Town and Gardens was created as a public park and museum in 1971, the many volunteers and members that have supported the London Town Foundation have proved invaluable to our existence and daily operations.
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary
Since the Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary's founding in 1985, volunteers have been critical to our small staff by helping with a wide variety of projects.  
Kinder Farm Park
The Friends of Kinder Farm Park, Inc. is a park advocacy group that supports the park through fund-raising and volunteer activities.
Quiet Waters Park
The Friends of Quiet Waters Park is a non-profit organization founded in 1990 whose mission is providing outreach and stewardship to the community, striving for sustainability, improving park resources, and building partnership and opportunities.

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