2019-2020 VolunTOUR
VolunTOUR is an explorational, educational, volunteer program with Clark County and the City of Vancouver that promotes volunteerism and introduces volunteers to new sites, skills, and volunteer opportunities throughout the City and County.

Volunteers meet at a different location each month on 2nd and 4th Thursdays, September though May*, from 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Each opportunity will be co-led by a partner organization and will begin with a 15 - 20 minute educational talk related to the corresponding volunteer opportunity.

Questions? Please see Frequently Asked Questions below.

***Note - The Columbia Springs event on November 7th is FULL***
  • Check the event(s)you would like to attend.
    September 12 | Heritage Farm | Heritage Farm History with Joe of BZ Farms
    September 26 | Heritage Farm | Clark County Food Bank
    October 10 | Fisher Cemetery | Jeff Davis - Author and Historian
    October 24 | Fisher Cemetery | Cemetery History with City Staff
    November 14 | Columbia Springs | Environmental Restoration
    February 13 | Burnt Bridge Creek Trail | Watershed Alliance
    February 27 | Burnt Bridge Creek Trail | Watershed Alliance
    March 12 | Blandford Canyon | Washington Trails Association
    March 26 | Blandford Canyon | Washington Trails Association
    April 9 | CASEE | NatureScaping
    April 23 | CASEE | Master Composter Recyclers (MCR)
    May 14 | Pacific Park Demo Gardens | Clark County Master Gardeners
    May 28 | Pacific Park Demo Gardens | Clark County Master Gardeners
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  • FAQ

    Who can participate?
    VolunTOUR is a great opportunity for families, teens, and volunteers of all ages!

    What should I bring?
    Volunteers should dress for the weather and wear long pants, close-toed shoes, and bring a reusable water bottle. Gloves, snacks, tools, training and leadership is provided.

    Minor under 18?
    Volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a minor consent form signed by their parent or guardian. Please copy and paste this URL into your browser and print form the form: http://tinyurl.com/CityCountyMinorConsentForm.

    Minor under 14?
    Volunteers under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult through out the entire opportunity and fill out a Minor Consent Form onsite.

    Where do I go?
    A confirmation email will be sent out a couple of days prior to the opportunity to those who have RSVP'd. This email will contain directions to the project site, parking information, and anything else you will need to know.

    Do I need to RSVP?
    It is helpful so we can send you important information via email prior to the event. Project details are subject to change based on unforeseen circumstances, and we want to be able to let you know. It also helps us prepare the appropriate amount of supplies and snacks!

    What if I have a group larger than 5 people?
    Please reach out to a contact below and let us know if you are planning to volunteer with a large group.

    It's raining, are we still going to volunteer?
    Absolutely! We will be on-site rain or shine. Please wear weather appropriate clothing so you can stay dry during the opportunity. We want you to be comfortable, enjoy your experience and come back for more!

    *Volunteer events will be cancelled in the event of extreme weather - lightning, smoke, snow, etc - or other emergencies*

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    Questions? Contact:
    Dora Hernandez - Clark County Parks Volunteer Program Assistant at 564-397-1679 or dora.hernandez@clark.wa.gov.

    or

    Samantha Moullet - City of Vancouver Volunteer Program Assistant at 360-478-8313 or samantha.moullet@cityofvancouver.us