Volunteer Opportunities

VolunteerLEON, a division of Leon County Government, believes strong communities identify and solve problems alongside local government.  By answering our needs through service, Leon County supports interconnected neighborhoods and families, answering the needs of tomorrow today. 

Before browsing volunteer opportunities, keep the following thoughts in mind:

VolunteerLEON does not directly administrate any program on the Volunteer 'Get Connected' network Our staff cannot place, orient, train, or confirm volunteer service for other organizations.

Once you apply online, please call the organizations within seven to ten days. Many coordinators receive dozens and dozens of emails a day, or a spam filter may catch the email announcement. Please follow up by phone.

Once you apply with a local organization, they will often have paperwork to complete for their agency. Please be considerate of the agency's process, which is designed to provide you with the best volunteer experience while also

responsibly serving their clients.




Current Volunteer Opportunities

 

 

VolunteerLeon 
Getting Connected with VolununteerLEON's Online Volunteer Connection

 

VolunteerLEON, Leon County's Volunteer Center, offers an online Volunteer Connection for local nonprofits and government agencies to host their volunteer opportunities. Our office provides this service free of charge to organizations, and staff encourages you to find volunteer opportunities that best match your interest.

Click Here

to browse the online connection and register as a volunteer or an organization. You can reach us by phone for further details at 850.606.1970.

You can also email

volunteerleon@leoncountyfl.gov

for further details.

VolunteerLEON, Leon County's Volunteer Center

, offers an online connection for local nonprofits and government agencies to host their opportunities. Our office offers this service free of charge to organizations, and staff encourages you to find opportunities that best match your interest.

 

 
 

We need you!

ReadingPals relies on hundreds of volunteers to read one-on-one with a child in kindergarten, first or second grade who has been identified as a struggling reader. Volunteers donate one hour of their time for 25 weeks. ReadingPals takes place in the after school setting from 4:30-5:30pm at 12 participating elementary schools. ClickHERE for the Reading Pals flyer and additional information.
 
This is a great opportunity to LIVE UNITED. Last year's volunteers who had the privilege of being a ReadingPal says it was life changing. In one hour a week they were able to make a positive impact on a child’s life, not to mention making a new friend. Get involved today to have your own amazing experience!

 Please visit www.uwbbreadingpals.org and make a difference today!

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Museum of Florida History
500 South Bronough Street • Tallahassee

850.245.6400
www.museumoffloridahistory.com


To learn how you can support the Museum, click here.

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