Volunteer with New Hanover County Parks & Gardens and become a Parks Star! Parks & Gardens has a talented and hardworking group of volunteers who assist in many different areas. Being a volunteer is a great opportunity to better yourself and your community, while meeting new people and learning new things. Parks & Gardens volunteers enjoy the beauty of nature while playing a very important role in the protection and preservation of New Hanover County’s parks & gardens. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. Visit AirlieGardens.org for information on volunteer opportunities at Airlie.
The Cape Fear Museum Park is looking for volunteers to work one or two mornings a week. Days and times are flexible, but the tentative schedule is Mondays and Fridays 8-10am. Responsibilities include planting, watering and weeding. Training and guidance will be provided. The Cape Fear Museum is heading up this opportunity, so please contact Joeli Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-798-4361 for more information or to volunteer.
Do you want to help keep New Hanover County beautiful? Then join the Trash Mob! Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and can participate as an individual or group. We will provide all the necessary supplies- bags, gloves, safety vests and pickers. All you have to do is show up and pick up trash. Contact Jodi Rich by email or (910) 798-7629 for location details. The location changes from month to month, depending on where the need for trash pick up is.
Do you want to help keep New Hanover County beautiful? Then join us for our quarterly litter clean-ups on Harris Road. Clean-ups are scheduled for the 2nd Saturday of January, March, June and September from 9-11am. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and can participate as an individual or group. We will provide all the necessary supplies- bags, gloves, safety vests and pickers. We will park and meet at Parkwood Park, 4827 Canetuck Rd, Wilmington 28411 at 8:45am.
Fill out the following form or contact Jodi Rich / (910) 798-7629 to become a Parks Star Volunteer or to receive more information: