Volunteering

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Volunteers help to make our programs and events successful! You can get involved in a variety of ways.

VolunteersWant to Help?

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete our Volunteer Application and return it to:

Parks and Recreation Dept.
Attn: Volunteer Coordinator
324 24th St S
Moorhead, MN 56560

  

 

 

You Are Needed!

Volunteer help is being sought for the following areas:

Citywide Beautification Opportunities
The City Beautification committee developed an ongoing comprehensive plan to help keep Moorhead  clean and beautiful by encouraging community volunteers to adopt various areas throughout the city.

Adopt A Street
Volunteer in March/April and monthly throughout summer and fall season to pick up litter along street right-a-ways. Priority areas have been identified on the Adopt a Street Map.
   Adopt A Street Agreement
   Adopt a Street & Pond Map

Adopt the Red
Volunteer once in May/June and September/October to pick up litter along river corridors.
   Adopt the Red Agreement
   Adopt The Red Map    

Adopt A Flowerbed
Volunteer the end of May and throughout the summer/fall by planting flowers and maintaining area in downtown Moorhead along 4th and 5th Street or in the quiet zones areas.

  Adopt-A-Flowerbed Agreement
 
Adopt-A-Flowerbed Map

Adopt A Park
Volunteer in April and throughout summer and fall on a weekly basis to help maintain our parks though litter pick up and raking leaves
  Adopt-A-Park Agreement

Adopt-A-Pond
A program to provide residents, business owners, and community groups opportunities to promote better water quality and appearance of stormwater ponds.

Special Events

      March 11 - Celtic Festival
      June 17 and 27, July 11 and 25, August 8 - Moorhead RiverArts
      September 12 -Greater Moorhead Days Kids Fest
      October 31 - Haunted Mall

Volunteer Position
Duties
Beautification Opportunities available for individuals and groups to help with park clean up, river bank clean up, corridor clean up, and flowerbed adoptions
Youth Baseball Coach Adult coaches are needed to teach the basic fundamentals of baseball to youth ages 5 through 4th grade
Flag Football
Coach

Adult coaches are needed to teach fundamental of flag football to youth in kindergarten through sixth grade.
Lil' Linker Golf Instructors
Youth (17 and older) are needed to instruct participants on the basics of golf.
Special Event Volunteer

Volunteers assist with a variety of tasks during special events throughout the year

Hjemkomst Center Volunteers are needed to greet and give directions to visitors
Volunteers help make our programs a success! Groups and individual volunteers are greatly appreciated
for their hard work and gift of time and talent in helping to make Moorhead a great place.
 Thank You Volunteers!
 Andrea Sattler
 Chris Martin
 Clay County Abstract Company
 Clay Soil &Water Conservation District
 Community Service Juvenile Work Crew
 Chad Johnson and Nick Walberg
 Concordia College Better Together Club
 Cory Bennett
 Creative Clovers 4-H Club
 Curan/Kraft Family
 D & M Industries
 Extension Master Gardeners Clay County
 Gate City Bank
 Great Rides / Streets Alive
 FM Trailbuilders
 FedEx Ground
 Gate City Bank
 Green Dragons of MSUM
 Hands4Serving
 Jack and Edie Kritzberger Family
 Larry and Ann Anderson
 Mara Morken Fogarty
 Moorhead Center Mall
 Moorhead Midday Central Lions

 Moorhead Noon Kiwanis

 Peace Lutheran Church Youth
 Pepsi
 River Keepers
 RDO
 Ryan Sandven
 Salem Evangelical Free Church Youth Group
 Square Foot Gardening for the Red River Valley
 Soroptimist International of Moorhead
 S.S. Ruby Boat Tours LLC
 St. Joseph's School
 Steve Moore Family
 Vietnam Veterans of America  |  Chapter 941
 Vikingland Kiwanis
 Billi Jo Zelinski Family