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Crowder District Park offers volunteer opportunities for students, community groups, scouts and individuals.

Interested in giving back to your community park by donating your time and lending a hand? We are looking for students, community groups, scouts and dedicated individuals to help us out at the park.
 
To get started, download the park's volunteer application and contact our volunteer coordinator, Jennifer Miller, at jennifer.miller@wakegov.com or call the park at 919-662-2850!

Are you an Eagle Scout interested in
proposing a project at Crowder?

Please call Richard Smith, Park Technician of Operations, at 919-662-2851.
 

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Service Saturdays
Saturday, March 8, 9 a.m.–noon
Do you love Crowder District Park? Do you enjoy spending time outside getting your hands dirty and making a difference? Crowder's Volunteer Day is for you! Join us for this monthly event and help keep our park beautiful. For ages 14 & up; fee: free.  Preregistration and a signed Wake County volunteer waiver are required.
 
Great for students in need of volunteer hours for school! Call 919-662-2850 for details.
 

 

How Can You Help?

Gardeners

Would you be willing to put your green thumb to good use? We need nature-loving volunteers to help us care for our park's plant beds. Get your hands dirty and help us reduce the use of harmful chemicals, care for our wildlife and keep our flowers looking beautiful all year long.
 

Program Helpers

Do you love nature as much as we do? We need an extra pair of hands to help our staff prepare for environmental education programs and assist during our classes! All we need is your passion for the environment and an eagerness to help out your local park.
 

Park Ambassadors

Do you want to help out your community, be outside and have fun? If so, then consider helping out Crowder District Park as a friend of the Park! Welcome park goers on the boardwalk, offer fun facts about the turtles, or help staff out with keeping the park clean! We are looking for greeters who are enthusiastic, love nature and enjoy being around people!
 

Don’t forget we need community support on our biggest day of the year; Frog Fest – Crowder’s annual celebration of frogs and water quality! This year’s festival will be on Saturday, April 5, 2014.

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Created at 10/11/2012 6:48 PM by Rosemary B. O'Day
Last modified at 2/28/2014 5:09 PM by Stephen R. Walston
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