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Looking for ways to volunteer and help make Evanston a better place to live and work? The City of Evanston Volunteer Program provides many opportunities for you.
Volunteerism is one of our community’s greatest assets. Each hour you donate in Evanston not only strengthens our entire community but also helps realize our shared vision of making Evanston the "most livable city in America.”
How do I find other volunteer opportunities? Visit Volunteer Evantston website and register!
Volunteer Evanston website makes it easier for volunteers to find opportunities to give back that meet their skills and interests. As more organizations join Volunteer Evanston, our database of volunteer opportunities is growing. Do you know how to use our search features to easily find what you are looking for?
There are two ways to search for a volunteer opportunity on our volunteer website.
• Search by Organization
• Search by Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Evanston’s interest filters can help you narrow your focus and save you time. Some volunteers are motivated by the altruistic reward of giving back while other volunteers are interested in cultivating new skills or sharing existing talents. The search filters can help you find an opportunity that aligns with your expectations.
The City has an opportunity that matches your personal or professional interests, whether you're looking for environmental programming, childhood literacy or community economic development.
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