Recycle Ann Arbor’s mission is to develop and operate innovative reuse, recycling, and zero-waste programs that improve the environmental quality of our community.

Listed in the volunteer application are 25 ways to help ranging from tour guide, yoga on the river, Riverfront Ambassador, to special events

Our goal is to transform Detroit’s international riverfront – the face of the city – into a beautiful, exciting, safe, accessible world-class gathering place for all.

The police Department offers several volunteer programs. Residents can become as involved as they would like – from heading up a neighborhood Watch team in their subdivision to being trained…

The Friends of the Sterling Heights Public Library, organized in 1976, is a volunteer non-profit group dedicated to enhancing and improving library services for our community. Friends contributions, fund-raising activities,…

The Citywide cleanup is part of the SHINE (Sterling Heights Initiative for Neighborhood Excellence) program through the Neighborhood Services Division. Volunteers from area churches, businesses and the Sterling Heights Volunteer…

The City of Sterling Heights has a very active senior citizen community. Volunteers are always welcome to help out with the many activities held at the Senior Citizen Center.

Each year the City celebrates its ethnic diversity through food, information and plenty of entertainment. More than 1,000 people attend this event. Volunteers are needed for registration, entertainment lineup and…

More than 150,000 people visit this 3-day festival that includes, music, good food, arts and crafts, and a midway. Be a part of this exciting event. Volunteers are needed to…

Imagine helping along a young child who later becomes a world athlete, the Sterling Heights Parks & Recreation Department needs volunteers to help with a wide variety of youth sports…