Volunteering with Union Park
Volunteering in your neighborhood is a great way to give back, connect with neighbors, and build community. Our board and committees are made up entirely of volunteers. And, we welcome volunteers to help with events, reach out to neighbors through flyering and surveys, and provide support and talent in other ways. In fact, many of the beautiful photographs on our website were taken by James Ebert, a community volunteer.
We'd love to talk to you about opportunities that match your skills and interests, so please contact us!
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Here are some upcoming ways you can help:
- Join one of our volunteer coommittees
- Help flyer the neighborhood to raise awareness for our upcoming events
- Neighborhood clean-up
- Data entry
- Grant Writing
Other Volunteer Opportunities in our Community
Volunteer at the Merriam Park Library
Help people in need through Keystone Community Services
Neigbhorhood Honor Roll
Every year, we recognize three outstanding community members from Union Park as part of the citywide Neighborhood Honor Roll Celebration. We nominate neighbors whose volunteer contributions have made significant and lasting impacts in the community.
This year Union Park District Council honors Nancy Rosenberg, Emily Hoisington, and Rachel Westermeyer:
Congratulations to our Neighborhood Honor Roll awardees! They are holding certificates, from left: Nancy Rosenberg, Emily Hoisington, and Rachel Westermeyer. A big thanks to them, and to everyone who volunteers time and energy to enhancing our neighborhoods! Read more about the honorees.