"People Focussed. Performance Driven"

Volunteer Services

Jeri Bush Division Director
Volunteer Center

Responsive Volunteerism and Community Engagement

Leon County Volunteer Services works closely with a broad array of community organizations to provide leadership and support for the county’s volunteer initiatives. This investment in building relationships is central to Volunteer Services. Volunteer Services offers an annual certificate course in volunteer management, and conducts trainings for local, state and national organizations.

Contact Jeri Bush 850.606.1970

Volunteer Services 918 Railroad Avenue
Tallahassee, Fl 32310
FAX: 850-606-1971

Crown Ridge Estates Neighborhood Improvement

September 11th is a National Day of Service and Remembrance. For the past three years, Leon County and hundreds of citizens have participated in service projects as a way to honor 9/11 victims, survivors, and others who rose up in service in response to the attacks.

This year, working with the Council of Neighborhoods Association, we are joining with the Crown Ridge Estates Neighborhood Association in a Neighborhood Improvement Service Day.

Please join Leon County Government and Crown Ridge Estates residence on September 4, 2014 as we help to transform the homes and lives of some elderly, disabled and veterans living in the Crown Ridge Estates neighborhood.

Click Here to sign up for a project team.

September 11, 2014 11:00a,m - September 11, 2014 1:00pm

Leon County and the Tallahassee office of the Holland & Knight law firm will sponsor Leon County 's 911 Day of Remembrance and Service on the Florida on the Florida State campus.  The event will take place:

Thursday, SEPTEMBER 11
11A,M - 1PM

The 911 memorial service  will include the second annual presentation of Holland & Knight’s Glenn J. Winuk Humanitarian Award, presented by Bob Martinez, former Governor of Florida; performances by a color guard, & bagpipes; recognition of first-responders, veterans, and current military servicemen and women; and a report on a service project.

The event will be followed by a free lunch and the opportunity to write notes of encouragement and thanks to our men and women serving overseas.  Attendees may also participate in the 30 min training on first aide that will be offered by Leon County's Emergency Medical Services.

Paid parking is available at Kleman Plaza and the Civic Center.