CITY OF LONG BEACH TREE PLANTING
The City of Long Beach, along with community partners, organizes and supervises neighborhood tree plantings throughout the year. Tools are provided.
Saturday, February 7 from 9am - 12 noon - Wrigley Neighborhood, Pacific Avenue and 33rd Street
Saturday, February 21 from 9am - 12 noon - Bixby Knolls Neighborhood. Meet at the TALB Office, 4362 Atlantic Avenue
Saturday, March 21 from 9am - 12 noon - Bluff Park Neighborhood (address to be posted at a later date)
Saturday, April 11 from 9am - 12 noon - Dooley Elementary Neighborhood, 5320 Pine Avenue
Saturday, May 9 from 9am - 12 noon - Bluff Park Neighborhood (address to be posted at a later date)
Saturday, May 30 from 9am - 12 noon - West Gateway Neighborhood (address to be posted at a later date)
ALAMITOS BEACH CLEAN-UP
Grab your friends and club members and head on down to the beach and participate in the Alamitos Beach Clean Up held every 4th Saturday of the month from 10am – 11am at Alamitos Beach (on Shoreline Drive, just below Ocean Blvd). Download the attached flyer for more information.
30-MINUTE BEACH CLEAN UPS
Meet on the beach at Granada Avenue in the Belmont Shore area on the third Saturday of each month to participate in the city’s 30-Minute Beach Clean Up. Free parking, bags, gloves, refreshments, and door prizes are available. Such an easy and constructive way to earn Service Learning Hours!
MONTHLY SEAL BEACH CLEAN UPS
On the fourth Saturday of each month, from 11am-2pm, Seal Beach clean ups will be conducted. Meet at 1st Street and Ocean, next to Rivers End Café. Parking passes, bags, and gloves are provided. Such an easy and constructive way to earn Service Learning Hours! Bring your log!
FISHER-PRICE BEACH CLEAN UP
Meet at the Lone Sailor Memorial on Ocean Blvd., between Orizaba and Redondo Avenue on the 4th Saturday of each month. For more information, contact Audrey and Tom at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCHEDULE YOUR OWN BEACH CLEAN UP!
Groups or clubs may schedule their own beach clean up at any time by contacting Justin Rudd at email@example.com. Bags and gloves will be provided.
Volunteers are needed to help future US citizens fill out citizenship applications this spring. Download the attached document for application form and further information.
Volunteer Information Form
TUTOR A HOMELESS CHILD
Just one hour a week can make a difference in the life of a child. No experience necessary! Training is provided. Apply online at: www.schoolonwheels.org.
COMPUTER TUTORS NEEDED
Long Beach Brethren Manor is a senior apartment complex with a large computer room and many seniors who are learning how to do e-mail, Facebook and how to surf the web. One-on-one tutoring by student volunteers has been very successful. If you would like to volunteer, they would love to have you! For more information, call the Resident Service Coordinator at (562) 427-3374.
WRAP PROGRAM LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS
WRAP is a free after-school program that focuses on academics and physical fitness. Organizers are looking for out-going and enthusiastic volunteers who enjoy working with children. If you are interested, download the flyer below for details and school contact information.
WRAP Volunteer Flyer
Lakewood Regional Medical Center is looking for teens age 16+ to become hospital volunteers. If you are interested, please call Raven at (562) 531-3031 to schedule an interview.
PORT OF LONG BEACH VOLUNTEERS
Serve your community and learn about the Port of Long Beach. Fill out an application on line at: www.polb.com/education. Call Mario Gonzalez at (562) 499-3427 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
LOOKING FOR WAYS TO VOLUNTEER?
Do you need creative and fun ways to volunteer and give back to your community? Go to www.justinrudd.com and check out the many events looking for volunteers.