The City of Chandler provides opportunities for those interested to enhance services provided by the City to the community, to learn new skills, and to use their talents while helping others. Please take a moment to review the numerous opportunities available within the City. Your willingness to assist is greatly appreciated.
We believe citizen volunteers are talented, motivated, trustworthy and committed to excellence in public service. Citizen input and participation is a valuable asset to any government organization and assists the City Council with their goals and decision-making, thereby benefiting the community as a whole.
Sharon LaRue | 480-782-2685 | Email
Volunteers are one of the first points of contact for the thousands of people who visit the Chandler Center for the Arts each year. The generous individuals who donate their time at the CCA provide an invaluable service by welcoming patrons and helping them have an enjoyable experience, all while making lasting friendships and supporting the arts in their community.
Triana Sullivan | 480-782-2124
Volunteers are a very important part of our team. We rely on volunteers to assist in our drowning prevention efforts, smoke detector program, car seat clinic scribes and various other weekend activities throughout the year. We also have some availability in our front office as well. Unfortunately, we do not have volunteer firefighter or medic programs.
Jessica Westmiller | 480-782-2096
The Crisis Response Unit, or "CR288", is a 9-1-1 dispatched mobile crisis team that provides support and resource/referral services to individuals in emergent need. CR288 responds in conjunction with both Fire and Police units immediately following a traumatic event and collaborates with regional social service providers. CR288 is available 24/7/365 and housed in a local fire station. Community volunteers would be under the direction of the Crisis Intervention Coordinator and paired with a professional crisis intervention specialist at all times.
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Tiffani Egnor | 480-782-2874
From exhibits, collections, and programs to events, community outreach, and more, Chandler Museum relies on dedicated volunteers to meet its mission! Volunteers have the unique opportunity to support history, art, and culture while learning new skills and meeting people with similar interests. We are continually looking for individuals who will help us better serve the community.
Lisa Moran | 480-782-4909
The Chandler Police Department’s Volunteers In Policing Service program (VIPS) offers a variety of volunteer opportunities designed to improve Chandler as a community and assist its citizens and visitors.
Many of our volunteers work full-time and choose to give back to their community while making it a safer place to live. Our program asks for a contribution of at least 16 hours per month for one year or more. Volunteer assist in over 22 sections of the department and positions include chaplain, dispatch aide, DUI task force, lockbox maintenance, clerical assistant, fleet aide, motorist assist, telephone warrant compliance and victim services.
Volunteers in Policing
Cadia Hernandez | 480-782-2894
Our volunteers play a vital role in helping the community to discover, imagine, and grow. Year-round they are active in recreational facilities, parks, and throughout the whole community. Opportunities change throughout the year; feel free to review at your convenience.
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CC Cantabrana | 480-782-4301
Volunteer with the City of Chandler's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Division at fun cultural festivals and other collaborative events. These events are hosted by the City and additional community partners throughout the year. Volunteer opportunities include the annual Multicultural Festival, Chandler Asian Festival, and Chandler Contigo. Collaborative events include For Our City Chandler's Operation Back to School event held each summer before the start of the school year.
Tara Anglin | 480-782-2815
The Chandler Public Library utilizes volunteers in each of the four library locations and out in the community. Adult volunteers assist with a number of activities and programming, including Adult Literacy, Job Center, Learning Lab, Read to Succeed, used book sales, circulation, outreach efforts and so much more. Teen volunteers assist the Library's youth area with the Summer Reading Challenge, Teen Advisory Council, clerical activities and special events. Our volunteers make a great library even better.
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Throughout the year, volunteers are needed to help with basic yard care, painting, neighborhood cleanups, and home repairs for elderly residents, persons with disabilities, veterans, and households experiencing hardships. The Let's Pull Together Volunteer Program evolved to connect Chandler residents in need with those who wish to serve. Most projects can be completed in just a few hours. Volunteers must be 18 years or older or accompanied by an adult.
Lauren Koll | 480-782-4358
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) provides free tax preparation for low- and moderate-income taxpayers, the elderly, and those with disabilities. During the VITA tax season, the City of Chandler Neighborhood Resources Department works with the Internal Revenue Service to train volunteers and establish free tax preparation sites throughout the City to help working families file their tax returns.