The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District is actively seeking volunteers to assist with our programs, services, and community special events. By volunteering and donating your time to the District, you are strengthening our community by helping people within our programs and services and enriching their lives, as well as creating strong bonds and friendships within the community. To volunteer with the District, fill out the Volunteer Application and email it or drop it off to the Robert Livermore Community Center during business hours. Volunteers who are 18 years and older will be required to complete a fingerprint clearance prior to volunteering with the District. All volunteers will be required to attend a Volunteer Orientation and training session. Volunteer opportunities and hours vary and are determined on District need. Become a volunteer today to make a difference tomorrow
LARPD is currently seeking interest from TEEN VOLUNTEERS regarding summer opportunities. If you are age 14+ and interested in volunteering this summer, please complete the linked interest form. More information will be provided regarding specific location information, dates, and program specifics in the coming weeks.
General Volunteer Duties: Volunteers will assist park rangers with various projects throughout Sycamore Grove Park.
Trail Steward Duties: Each volunteer will be assigned to a minimum of one trail. Volunteers will be asked to visit their assigned trail a minimum of once per week and submit a report to staff. Volunteers may also visit other trails, file reports, and get credit for those hours as often as they are able.
Description of duties: Volunteer tasks will vary based on health guidelines but may include: Senior Services drive-thru events, admin work, and assisting with craft/project preparations.
Description of duties: Volunteers will help senior community members with their electronic device needs.
Description of duties: Volunteers will be assigned to a small cohort of campers at Sycamore Grove Park. Volunteers will work for a minimum requirement of two weeks. Volunteers will assist camp staff/rangers with the Summer Nature Camp Program.
Description of Duties: Each volunteer will be assigned to a minimum of one Neighborhood Park. Volunteers will be asked to visit their assigned park a minimum of once per week and submit a report to staff. Volunteers may also visit other trails, file reports, and get credit for those hours as often as they are able. . For more information about the program please check out our Park Ambassador Handbook.
Description of duties: Volunteers with an interest in video production will assist with filming, scripting, and editing park tours to be shared on LARPD's Youtube and Social Media Channels.
Neighborhood Park Ambassadors help to ensure their local park is clean safe, and green while assisting with future park programs and activities geared towards connecting parks with people and people with parks. For more information about the program please check out our Park Ambassador Handbook.
Kiosk volunteers welcome visitors to Sycamore Grove Park, make changes as needed for the parking machine, sell annual parking passes, keep a tally of how many visitors enter the park, and answer questions from the public. Volunteers are trained to use a communications radio to advise rangers of any problems they become aware of. Ideal kiosk volunteers are folks who already have familiarity with Sycamore Grove Park and can commit to working at least one 2 to 4 hour shift most months of the year. Volunteers who can work multiple shifts a month are highly desired. Those interested in becoming kiosk volunteers will join a ranger for a one-to-two hour training session and then will join an experienced kiosk volunteer for their first few shifts. Note: This opportunity is on hold during COVID-19 but please email if you're interested once restrictions lift.
Healthy volunteers who are available to help deliver meals to home-bound seniors are needed. If you are interested in volunteering to help keep seniors safe, email email@example.com OR call Carrie Oldes at 925-483-1989
Senior Support of the Tri-Valley's mission is to provide service and assistance to seniors that will Foster independence, Promote safety and well being, Preserve dignity, and Improve quality of life.
Friendly Visiting Program
Friendly Visitor – matched with a senior to be a friend, help with reading, shopping, going for a drive, playing games, etc.
Group Project work on seniors’ homes – heavy cleaning, yard work, painting and repairs
Events – help with luncheons, Holiday gifts and baskets, fundraisers, outreaches
Office help – filing, shredding, mailings, computer data entry, etc.
Telephone reassurance – Make phone calls to seniors to encourage companionship
For more information please call Pam at 925-931-5388 firstname.lastname@example.org
Drivers – drive seniors to both Tri-Valley and out of area appointments
Escorts – ride paratransit with frail seniors and escort them to appointments
Contact Diane at 925-931-5387 or at email@example.com