MOUNTAINLAND ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS Aging and Family Services Department
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is sponsored by Mountainland Association of Governments and is funded by the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS). The RSVP Program maintains a base of more than 1,000 volunteers, placing them in approximately 100 volunteer stations, including schools, senior centers, nursing facilities, hospitals, county sites, and nonprofit agencies. For more information call (801)229-3800.
The Volunteer Program, as part of the Aging & Family Services Department utilizes volunteers to assist us in providing services and programs such as meals-on-wheels, transportation, monitoring of assisted living and nursing homes, health insurance counseling, and educational events.
NEIGHBORHOODS IN ACTION
The City’s “Neighborhoods In Action” is always on the look out for Orem residents who want to make a difference in their corner of the world by becoming a Community or Neighborhood Leader or Neighborhood Committee Member. Neighborhoods In Action was created to help residents constructively work with City government on issues of concern to them and their neighbors. Interested parties should be willing to devote 4-8 hours per month to this assignment. Leadership training and materials are provided. For more information, please call (801)229-7035 or email@example.com.
OREM RECREATION Volunteer Opportunities
Orem Recreation uses a great number of volunteers each year. The department encourages the help from interested persons who wish to be involved in recreation programs in the City of Orem. Many types of volunteers are needed, i.e., youth coaches, adapted programs, etc. For more information, please contact Debbie at (801)229-7455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
OREM LIBRARY Volunteer Opportunities The Orem Public Library loves volunteers! In fact, we could not possibly maintain our collection or provide the hundreds of quality programs each year without help from volunteers like you. Those interested in volunteering on a regular basis must complete an application and pass a background check. We also accept individuals and groups on a one-time basis. Our volunteer needs range from dusting shelves and washing books, to data entry, book repair, and children’s storytime. For more information, please contact Christie Nuttall at (801)-229-7120 or email@example.com.
OREM PUBLIC WORKS Volunteer Opportunities
Why volunteer at Public Works? Our mission is to help our fellow citizens build and preserve a community in which we all want to live. Opportunities are available year round (depending on the weather) and all ages and group sizes are welcome. Call ahead to schedule a date and time. There is no minimum time requirement for most of the opportunities, and tools/work gloves will be provided. Whether you choose to work individually or in a group setting, your efforts are appreciated and will contribute the the beautification of Orem. For more information on current volunteer opportunities with Orem Public Works, please visit http://www.volunteer.orem.org/
Following is a sampling:
- Adopt a Spot (25 spots available May through late October)
- Clean traffic light poles by removing any papers and/or tape
- Pick up litter throughout various parks and along other city-owned property
- Volunteer at Orem Summerfest (held in early June at City Park)
- Rake leaves (available late fall through early spring)
- Spread mulch around trees and shrub areas
- Help remove invasive weed from city-owned property
- Wash picnic tables and remove any tape from underneath
- Sweep up debris from parking lot gutters (to keep storm drains clean)
- Weed and deadhead flowers/shrub beds
- Paint trash cans and/or wash lids
VICTIM ASSISTANCE CENTER
Orem Public Safety’s Victim Assistance Center needs volunteers to help with office work and to work with clients. Volunteers need to be 18+ in age and responsible. The Center is always looking for volunteers to help with clerical work or to help with individuals and families who have special needs. Committment is for a few months. For more information, please contact Renae Flitton at (801)229-7128 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
OTHER VOLUNTEER RESOURCES