Community service & volunteerism are a valuable investment in the community and people of Chapel Hill. Please select your volunteer job carefully! Review your schedule prior to committing and know what hours you're expected to help. All volunteers who work with our vulnerable populations are asked to complete and submit a background check and volunteer agreement at least five business days before beginning to volunteer. Find out how to submit the forms from  each program's coordinator.  Background Check Form     Volunteer Agreement

Group Photo from Adapted Aquatics

Adapted Aquatics

Volunteers are needed to help youth with developmental disabilities learn to swim on Wednesday evenings, starting mid-January. Choose from two classes (or help with both): 6:30-7:15 to 7:30 - 8:15 pm at Homestead Aquatics Center. You should be able to commit to all weeks of the session(s). You'll help kids practice what the instructor teaches. You don’t have to swim well or have experience teaching swimming-Aquatics Instructor will guide you.

Complete the Adapted Aquatics Volunteer Application, Volunteer Agreement and Background Check Release Form and submit as soon as possible. Gain experience working with people with disabilities/special needs and add it to your resume. For more information, contact Marian Kaslovsky at 919 968-2813 or mkaslovsky@townofchapelhill.org



Volunteer Youth Basketball Coaching positions now available. Season runs from March-June. Coaches needed for Coed teams ages 7-8, Boys teams ages 9-10, 11-12 and 13-15, and Girls teams ages 9-12. Coaching application - basketball 2016-17

Contact Mike Troutman, 968-2736, or Robb English, 968-2789, for more information.

Festivals and Community Events
Be a part of a fun and enriching experience by helping with Chapel Hill community events. Volunteer duties can include helping with set-up, assisting with performance stages, monitoring events and/or helping with clean-up. For dates of upcoming events and to apply to volunteer online,  please click here.

Hargraves Community Center
Volunteers needed to assist with computer classes, after school tutorials, Study Hall and special events. Contact Andre Boynton or Robbin Justice-Jones at 968-2794 for more information.

Special Olympics
Volunteers are needed to help with coaching and one day activities, fundraising or administrative tasks. Special Olympics Volunteer Form Contact Colleen Lanigan at 968-2810 for more information. 


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