Groups and their members find volunteering together rewarding on many levels. Volunteering provides an opportunity to give back to a cause the group is passionate about and contribute different skills than are needed in the workplace.
Corporations and Community Groups who partner with the Greenway assist with programs, power special events, complete projects on our TO DO lists, and raise awareness and resources for the Greenway.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discover the possibilities.
Are you interested in learning more about nature? Support our mission to steward and protect the cultural, ecological and scenic features of the land, while offering recreational and educational opportunities that promote the health and wellness of the community. Natural education volunteer jobs include cabin docents, event support, story readers and many more!
Betsy McLean Plant-A-Row for the Hungry (PAR) Garden
The Betsy McLean PAR Garden has provided produce for local food pantries and community kitchens since 2000. Named for the Greenway volunteer who founded this community gem, the PAR Garden is currently managed by Master Gardeners of York County. Volunteer needs include assisting with planting, weeding, harvesting and caring for a small flock of chickens.
The Anne Springs Close Greenway offers an assortment of exciting events ranging from community concerts to trail races. Volunteers are needed to help these events run smoothly. Get involved while giving back to your community!
Volunteering offers a chance for businesses and their employees to positively impact the community. Employees volunteering together promotes team building, skill enhancement, a sense of community, brand awareness, employee retention and recruitment. Plus, it is fun!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering. New volunteer onboarding is currently paused. We encourage you to submit an application, and we will reach out as soon as we restart the onboarding process.