Community Engagement Division - Community Volunteer Program
The goal of the Community Volunteer Program is to improve the quality of life for Glendale residents and volunteers through valuable public service projects.
Make a difference with one of these opportunities through
the Community Engagement Division. Volunteer today!
Glendale Serve Day
MLK Day of Service
Adopt A Street
Make A Difference Day
Partners 'N Parks
Park & Trail Clean-ups
Family Volunteer Day
For more information on getting involved, please call 623.930.2663
Thank you for helping to make a difference in our community!
Make A Difference! - Take the Pledge Today Various city departments have partnered to create ‘Team Up to Clean Up,’ an inreen.itiative that brings the community together to help keep our city looking clean and g
It starts with you! We’re calling all businesses, clubs, faith-based organizations, families, schools - everyone can help make a difference. Take the pledge and help spread the message that you take pride in Glendale! Read more,and find out how you can get your free Team Up to Clean Up Toolkit on Oct. 27!
Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Service
9am-12pm, Saturday, January 19 Throughout his life, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. advocated peace, unity and service and was committed to creating change in his community. In partnership with HandsOn Greater Phoenix, over 150 volunteers will be creating change in our community by volunteering at this event. Volunteers are needed to pick citrus at Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area for use in food boxes by the St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. This vitamin-rich resource will be distributed to families in need. Please click here to register!
Glendale’s 13th Serve Day 9am-12pm, Saturday, February 16 Several hundreds of volunteers from various organizations, schools, and non-profits will again complete several community projects throughout Glendale. Projects include but are not limited to: gleaning fruit, Xeriscape Garden clean up, and community projects. Participating is an opportunity to give back to the community and help those in need. For the city, Serve Day is an opportunity to address projects that would not be possible without volunteer support. Please click here to register!
Glendale Honors City Volunteers
The 23rd Annual City of Glendale Volunteer Recognition event was held April 28, 2018. The “Glendale’s Most Wanted Volunteers ” event recognized the many volunteers that contribute to the City of Glendale through the year. Glendale Volunteer Recognition Event Video
At the end of our year (July ’17-June ’18), the Community Volunteer Program had 3,672 volunteers complete 217 projects or events within Glendale. That adds up to 8,993 hours of service for a total value of $233,755. Projects included rose bush pruning, citrus gleaning, park or street clean-ups and many more. The efforts of the volunteers help to improve and beautify the streets, parks and amenities for residents and visitors.