Join the Hands on Miami Beach Team– The City's Volunteer Network, a program that supports and promotes volunteerism throughout the city.
The City of Miami Beach launched its Volunteer Network during Civic Participation Week in September 2002, which honors the courageous spirit of the American people, and pays tribute to the heroes and lives lost on September 11, 2001. City Manager Jorge M. Gonzalez wants residents to understand how important civic involvement is to the democratic process to which we have pledged.
The Volunteer Network is a comprehensive volunteer service program that will encourage public participation, further enhance a sense of community and utilize volunteers in their skilled or interest areas. There are several capacities where volunteers are needed. Volunteers can participate in neighborhood clean-ups, the school system and health care institutions just to name a few.
The Volunteer Network recruits, places and recognizes citizen and employee volunteers that assist in various city projects and at special events. It is a way to give back to the community that you live in and, for some, to earn valuable community service hours.
Find an area that interests you from the topics below and click to find out more information. Each section will give you details on opportunities and how to apply.
Volunteer at City Hall
Learn about opportunities for internships here!
The Environment Learn how to protect and support our beautiful city.
Volunteer with Children
Volunteer for Health Care
Join volunteers at local hospitals and clinics.
Volunteer for Education
Help children and adults with their literacy skills.
Work with the Elderly
Volunteer for Arts and Culture
Work with Animals
Volunteer with Community Based Social Service Providers
National and International Volunteering Opportunities
Learn more by visiting these useful websites.
If you have any questions please call the Community Resource and Outreach Office at 305-673-7000 ext. 6752.
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