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Mission:

We believe in providing skilled, motivated, trustworthy, caring, volunteers who support the City’s mission and SPIRIT values to enhance essential and expanded City services.  We value our volunteers and give them the opportunity to invest their time and see the diverse impact they have on the City organization and community.

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Volunteer Westminster has a wide variety of volunteer opportunities available such as Victim Advocates, Golf Assistants, Jobs Program Aide and Administrative Assistants.

See current opportunities at Volunteer Westminster.

Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator

Location: Irving Street Library

Duties:  Experienced Mindfulness Mediation facilitator to lead a new weekly drop in adult meditation group. Facilitator will lead simple silent group Mindfulness Meditation for one or more sessions each month and will rotate with other facilitators.

Naturalist Volunteer

Location: Standley Lake Regional Park

Duties:  Assist our Park Naturalist with programs and educational activities within the park and the nature center. Help monitor and implement several outdoor education programs for children and their parents. The Naturalist Volunteer will be trained to be comfortable and knowledgeable about each of our programs, as well as capable of gathering and assembling program supplies, and running programs. Volunteers will also make friendly contact with park customers and establish a presence in the visitor center. You will be the face for Standley Lake and the City of Westminster.

Open Space Projects

Location: Open Space

Duties:  The primary purpose of the Westminster Open Space Program is to preserve and protect open space areas. Volunteer work could include tree planting, trail building, fence construction, tree removal, wetland mitigation, landscaping, weed management, etc.

Snowbusters

Location: Community

Duties:  The Snowbuster will be matched with a resident from the waiting list of seniors and/or disabled citizens requesting a Snowbuster. All residents are within Westminster city limits. Must remove snow from the walkway of a senior and/or disabled and/or physically challenged citizen of the City of Westminster no later than noon of the second day following a measurable snowfall. The Snowbuster is only expected to shovel the walkways, but s/he can choose to further assist the resident by shoveling the resident’s driveway and/or the walk to the front door.

Tot Time Assistant

Location: Sports Center

Duties:  The Tot Time Assistant(s) will assist Westminster Sports Center staff with Tot Time program monitoring. Tot Time is 10am-12pm, Tuesday through Friday. We are looking for one or more volunteers to pick up shifts (in other words, we would be open to one volunteer working all four days or multiple volunteers each working a day or two). The ideal candidate would enjoy working with both children and adults. Responsibilities include monitoring the field during play time to ensure no food or drink is brought onto the field. In addition, the volunteer would engage with guests to ensure a good experience.

For other volunteer opportunities in the area, please check Volunteer Match.
Questions? Contact the Martha Heinz, Volunteer Coordinator, at volunteer@cityofwestminster.us or 303-658-2089.