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Volunteer with the Naperville Park District

 

 

Serve your community with your time and talents! The Naperville Park District relies on many different kinds of volunteers throughout the year to make its programs and events successful. We need receptionists for our senior adult programs, special event helpers, coaches for youth sports, and more. If you are looking for an opportunity to get involved in the community, please consider volunteering with us.

Volunteering with the Park District is a great way to meet and socialize with others, share your expertise, help fellow community members - and have fun!

Please access our Volunteer Handbook for complete information on our programs.
Naperville Park District Volunteer Handbook
 

How to volunteer:

Prospective volunteers are asked to fill out our new online volunteer application. Please follow these  two steps,
    1st step is to fill out the student or adult application. Hold your cursor over the word application below in the next paragraph, then click to open the portal. 

    2nd step is to print off and fill out the background check form for the DCFS and return to the Volunteer Coordinator. Hold your cursor over the word authorization in the next paragraph and then click to open the page. 

Students (17 and under) should complete the


Adults (18 and up) should complete the
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All applicants  must  fill out the


We will then contact you to confirm your interest and assignment
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Take the Parks Volunteer Training course


Winter  Volunteer Opportunities
 

Senior Bingo & Grandparent/Grandchild Bingo
When:     Wednesday, Jan 28th    12:30 - 2:30 pm  
               Friday, Feb 13th             12:30 - 2:30 pm  FILLED
               Friday, Feb 27th             12:30 - 2:30 pm  FILLED
               Friday, March 13th         12:30 - 2:30 pm
               Friday, March 27th         12:30 - 2:30 pm
Where:   Alfred Rubin Center, Community Hall, 305 W. Jackson Ave. Naperville, IL.
Who:      2 volunteers per shift, ages 16 to adult.  All volunteers must be interviewed for this opportunity before starting as a Bingo volunteer.  Skiills for these volunteers cannot be determined online.  Volunteers must commit for a minimum of 2 dates.
What:     Volunteers will help serve lunch, replenish drinks, assist with consolation prize basket, clean up after the event and other tasks requested by the Bingo Coordinator.

Daddy Daughter Luau  FILLED
When:    Saturday, February 7th 4:45 pm to 9:15 pm
Where:   Ranch View Elem. School, 1651 Ranchview Drive, Naperville, IL Cafateria
Who:      10-12 volunteers ages 14 to adult
What:     Set up, decorate, organize and run areas such as food, games, photos, raffles and dancing.  Volunteers are asked to wear festive Hawaiian attire. 

 

Questions? or if you have an event you would like to volunteer for please contact Lynnette Hoole by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 630-848-3606.

Adopt A Park, Adopt a Trail and Adopt a Field:

Our adopt programs have been developed by the Naperville Park District to recruit and train residents and business community members who wish to assist in the general care and maintenance of parks and park amenities by selecting a specific location to care for.


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