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Get Out to the Park and Volunteer!
It takes a lot to keep the park running. The Esplanade Association works in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation to welcome thousands of volunteers, like you, to the park each year. Your combine efforts are equal to the work of more than 3 full-time staff! Our last 2014 volunteer day will be November 22nd.
We rely heavily on volunteers to make the park cleaner, safer, and more beautiful for you and for the millions of users that visit the park each year. In addition to helping with park maintenance, the Association recruits volunteers to help run park programs, help with office tasks, and to help with special events.
Whats Happening Now
- Canine Promenade: We will be hosting our annual Canine Promenade on Sunday, October 26th. We are seeking a few volunteers to help with some light setup and organizing of the event. Volunteers will be needed from 11am – 2pm on Sunday, October 26th. If you are interested in volunteering please email Meghan Buco at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Canine Promenade click here.
- Group Volunteer Days: Schedule a “Day in the Dirt” for your business or organization. Groups of up to 100 can register online to come and help out in the park. To learn more about the event and register to volunteer click here.
- Drop-in-Saturdays: Every Saturday from 9am – 12:00pm, beginning in May, individual volunteers, or groups of up to 15, can drop in, no registration needed, and volunteer in the park. To learn more click here.
If you are interested in volunteering and would like to find out more about Association’s volunteer program, please explore the menu on the left under “Volunteer.” To register for a volunteer opportunity simply click on register.
Volunteers in Action
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To find out more about volunteering with the Association, please explore the menu on the left under “Volunteer.”