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The Town is Looking for Volunteers like You

How would you like to engage in meaningful service that makes our community stronger and be a part of an enthusiastic team of individuals? It is through QC Volunteers that the history of this place, and the vibrancy of what Queen Creek will be for future generations, is communicated to the general public.

Meet new friends, feel good about helping your community, act locally and be a part of something big.

Sound good?

Check out the opportunities below (click on each category) to see where you would like to share your valuable talents, skills and knowledge. Then submit an interest form and the Volunteer Coordinator will get back to you as soon as possible.

Submit a Volunteer Interest Form

Thank YOU for your interest in volunteering for the Town of Queen Creek!

Already a Town volunteer? Access your account HERE .

For more information about the volunteer program, download the volunteer handbook HERE . 

Frontier Family Park Grand Opening

June 8, 2024

8-10 AM: The Town is seeking four volunteers with fishing experience to help educate the public about how to fish including: baiting hooks, attaching line, fishing permits, fishing tips and tricks.

Location: Frontier Family Park, 20039 S. 220 St., Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre (HPEC) Event Crew

Objective:  Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre is Queen Creek’s gem. This majestic, 38-acre facility attracts locals and visitors from across the U.S. and internationally. The Park provides a robust calendar of events that are predominantly equestrian-related and includes fairs, festivals, concerts, and rodeos.

Duties:  Various assignments are available including: parking assistants, parking cash handling, information/wayfinding and guest services representatives, arena bleachers seating attendants, vendor and staff support assistants, and greeters.

Ability to stand, walk, handle paperwork, kneel, provide friendly and respectful communication with the public and other crew members, adhere to safety protocols, and be an excellent teammate. Punctual, reliable and helpful volunteers needed.

Training for each assignment will be required as well as background screening for some assignments.

Availability Needed: Regular, ongoing volunteers needed. Get trained and sign up for dates/shift times that you're available. Calendar will become available as we build this new team of dedicated volunteers to support one of Queen Creek's gems.

Where:   Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre, 20464 E. Riggs Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142

50 volunteers needed

Community Assistance Team – Smoke Detector Service Provider

Objective :  This is a volunteer position with the Queen Creek Fire and Medical department. Initiated by a request for assistance with smoke detectors from residents, volunteers will be trained and scheduled to respond to assist with this service. Volunteers will be partnered with another volunteer and work in pairs to respond to scheduled service appointments. Smoke detectors are used in this description, but it includes heat detectors and CO detectors.

Supporting the logistics of providing this service assists the department in preventative public safety measures and community education.

Duties :  The service provided will vary depending on the request and the situation the volunteers find in a resident’s home. Services may include educating the homeowners on how to test and maintain their smoke detectors in best working condition; maintaining or servicing smoke detectors: changing the batteries and cleaning the detectors; and changing expired or malfunctioning smoke detectors with new ones.

The expectation is a volunteer will provide availability 2 days each month. The preference is the 2 days be consistent (Ex. the 2 nd and 4 th Saturday each month). This will make scheduling appointments and matching volunteers into partner teams much easier. Any changes to a volunteer’s schedule should be done with 2 weeks advanced notice.  Obvious exceptions would be emergency or illness.

This service will be provided to single family residences in the town of Queen Creek, including homes within the Queen Creek Fire District.  Requests from commercial buildings and rental apartments will be referred to a company that performs these services.

Training :  There are multiple types of smoke detectors and multiple manufacturers. Each volunteer will receive training on each type of detector and any unique features of the more common manufacturers.  Additional training will also be provided on the safe use of the tools and equipment provided to complete the assignments.

Must be able to pass extensive background screening and a polygraph, and commit to a regular, weekly shift. Ability to drive, holding a valid driver's license and clear record. 

Initial recruitment is for 12 volunteers total, or 6 paired teams to support the current level of requests.

Equipment & Uniform :  Paired volunteers will be provided with a department vehicle and all the necessary equipment and supplies required to complete the service requests during their scheduled shift. Each volunteer will also be issued a department shirt and hat to be worn while on duty and providing services.  Volunteers are expected to wear navy or black pants or shorts and closed toed shoes during their shift.

Qualifications :  Volunteers will be representing the Queen Creek Fire and Medical department. It is expected that each volunteer will uphold and advance the reputation the department has worked hard to earn. In many cases the volunteers will be the first and maybe the only interaction between the customer requesting service and the department. The expectation is that volunteers will provide a positive experience in a professional manner with each interaction.

Must be 18 years or older.  

If interested, please complete a volunteer interest form and indicate your preference for this assignment on the application.

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)  

Learn disaster preparedness for the hazards that may occur where you live through Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training. As a part of the national community-based initiative to engage citizens in homeland security and preparedness, CERT educates citizens in giving critical support to first responders, providing immediate assistance to victims, and organizing volunteers at a disaster site.

Attend a 20-hour course given over a four-week period. Training sessions include disaster preparedness, disaster fire suppression, basic disaster medical operations, light search and rescue, and team operations. The course will be taught by a team of two trained first-responders. The trainers are required to complete the CERT Train-the-Trainer course conducted by the Arizona Department of Emergency Management. 

The Town will conduct one CERT training class per year. Class size is limited to 25 participants and are for Town of Queen Creek residents only including Encanterra, Ironwood Crossing, and residents in the Queen Creek County Island Fire District. The Town will reserve the right to organize classes into appropriate teams. For example, if a group of citizens from the same neighborhood registers for the program, they will constitute one class.

The next CERT Basic Training is scheduled for February 2025. If interested, please ask to be put on the wait list for 2025.

Desired Talents, Skills & Knowledge : Calm under pressure, a knowledgeable leader in times of crisis dedicated to keeping the community safe. Work or volunteer experience as a carpenter, mechanic, CDL-holding driver, electrician, EMT, HAM radio operator, military or ex-military, heavy equipment operator or similar skill sets are useful but not required.

Public Works Streets Division Summer Apprenticeship Program

Objective:  Summer Apprenticeship program for teens (ages 16-21) to gain valuable experience and learn specialized skills. Some coursework will be provided too. The goal of this program is career development for Queen Creek teens interested in pursuing jobs in the Public Works Streets Division field.

Duties:  Train with and work alongside Town of Queen Creek Streets Division staff. Learn about the seven core functions of the Streets Division. The program will consist of daily classroom education followed by hands-on or visual experience of what was learned. Teens will always be directly supervised by a Streets Division Crew Leader, Supervisor, or Superintendent.

Teens will be able to perform minor physical acts of labor such as, but not limited to, painting guard rails/curbs, concrete finishing, signage installation/repair, parking lot striping, vegetation management, and minor asphalt repairs.

Ability to stand, walk, bend, lift, carry, twist, reach, handle paperwork, kneel, communicate with Town staff and other teen crew members.

Availability Needed:       4-6 weeks (June-July 2024)

                                         4 days per week (Monday-Thursday)

                                         6 AM – 11 AM (5-hour shifts)                                                           

Where:               Queen Creek Public Works, 19715 S. 220th St., Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Compensation: $15 per hour (20 hours per week for 4-6 weeks)

Desired Talents, Skills & Knowledge:  Must be 16-21 years of age and have an interest and passion for a summer apprenticeship in Public Works Street Division. Four to six-week commitment needed with availability to volunteer on a regular, ongoing basis Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 6 AM to 11 AM. Must to willing to adhere to all safety protocols and wear any necessary safety gear needed for various functions.

Upon completion of the summer apprenticeship program, teens will be recognized by the Town Council with certificates of completion. Town staff will also provide letters of completion including a total of community hours served.

If interested, please scan the QR code below and complete the form to apply .

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This opportunity is offered through Maricopa County’s Arizona@Work program.

Call Linda Martinez at (520) 231-1115 with any questions about applying for this opportunity.

Water-Smart Workshop  

Set-up and break down tables and chairs for Water-Smart Workshops, a public workshop intended to help residents reduce their water use. Some examples of topics include: desert gardening, irrigation and attracting garden pollinators.

Ability to stand, walk, lift and carry tables, push/pull chairs, bend, communicate with other crew members, and be an excellent part of a small but dynamic team. Punctual, reliable volunteer needed for event set-up in order for these workshops to succeed and be ready for the instructor to educate the public about water conservation.

Volunteers needed on the following Saturdays:   Fall dates coming soon!

Location:  Queen Creek Library, 21802 S. Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142

2 volunteers per date needed

Recycling Center Care Crew

Objective:  The Town of Queen Creek offers residents recycling services seven days a week. In order to keep the Center clean and safe for residents, the Town is asking for volunteer support to assist with light litter pick up and cleaning on a regular monthly basis.

Duties:  Pick up litter, pull weeds, clean up debris around recycling bins and light cleaning. Ability to stand, walk, bend, lift, carry, reach, twist, communicate with the public and other team members, adhere to safety protocols, and be an excellent teammate. Punctual, reliable and helpful volunteers needed.

Availability Needed:  1 st  Wednesday of every month

                                      May 1, 2024

                                      June 5, 2024

                                      July 3, 2024

                                      August 7, 2024

                                     September 4, 2024

Times:   7 AM – 9 AM

Where:   Queen Creek Recycling Center, 22638 S. Ellsworth Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142

6 Volunteers Needed For Each Date

QC Recycles

Assist with guest services, provide information, help direct guests to donation stations, and breakdown boxes. Ability to stand, walk, bend, lift, carry, reach, twist, communicate with the public and other team members, adhere to safety protocols, and be an excellent teammate. Punctual, reliable and helpful volunteers needed.

QC Recycles is a public recycling drop-off event intended to help residents increase their recycling knowledge and efforts ( Do More Blue ).

Dates:     Coming soon for Saturdays in the Fall 2024

Times:   6:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Location: Town of Queen Creek's Field Operations Facility, 19715 S. 220th St., Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Guest Services Ambassador - Senior Program

Objective:  Support the logistics of holding this program by preparing and serving food and beverages furthers senior wellness and helps the Town provide these types of programs and services. Other shifts include activity support and table/chair breakdown and clean up.

Duties:  Prepare and serve refreshments, help check in participants, and provide guest services to support the Town’s Senior Program, a public program intended to help senior residents socialize and be active. Ability to stand, walk, bend, lift, carry, push/pull chairs, twist, reach, handle paperwork, kneel, communicate with the public and other crew members, and be an excellent part of a small but dynamic team.

Availability Needed:       Wednesdays                                                                         

Times:                   8 AM - 10:15 AM for food handling

                              10 – 11 AM Activity Support

                              12 – 12:45 PM Breakdown and Clean Up

Where:                 Queen Creek Recreation Annex, 21802 S. Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Desired Talents, Skills & Knowledge:  Must be 18 years or older and have or be able to obtain a food handler's card. Long-term commitment needed with availability to volunteer on a regular, ongoing basis on Wednesday mornings. Punctual, reliable and helpful volunteers needed.

Volunteer Orientation

Wed., June 5, 2024

4:30 - 5:30 PM

Location: Queen Creek Library, 21802 S. Ellsworth Rd.

Meeting in the Edward Abbey meeting room

Learn about the QC Volunteers program, current/upcoming volunteer opportunities and meet fellow Town volunteers.

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Assignment:  Patrol Volunteer - Fleet

Objective:  Support vehicle and equipment functions in order to assist police officers in providing quality public safety and services to Queen Creek residents. Some tasks include: washing police vehicles, driving police vehicles to the fleet yard for maintenance or repair, monitoring inventory of flares and cones and replenishing as needed, conducting data entry, and providing outreach to the community.

Duties:  Ability to stand, walk, twist, carry, reach, bend, lift, kneel, communicate with the public and other crew members, drive safely, and use a computer.

Current shift needed:   Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 - 4 PM (ongoing, weekly)

Where:   Queen Creek Police Department, 20727 Civic Parkway, Queen Creek, AZ 85142 

2 Volunteers Needed

Desired Talents, Skills & Knowledge:  Punctual, reliable, and trustworthy volunteers needed to support fleet services for the Town of Queen Creek Police Department.  Must be able to pass extensive background screening and a polygraph, and commit to a regular, weekly shift.  Ability to drive, holding a valid driver's license and clear record. Experience with basic vehicle maintenance, and comfortable working outdoors in varying weather conditions.

These opportunities are offered by community organizations, they are not included under the Town of Queen Creek volunteer program. Please contact the organization directly to sign up or if you have any questions. 

  • Staff the front desk at the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center while Chamber leadership and staff are away from the office
  • Answer phone calls for the Queen Creek Chamber, record and deliver message as appropriate
  • Greet walk-in visitors to the Visitors Center/Chamber of Commerce office and assist them as needed
  • Organize and replenish the visitor center brochure racks as needed
  • Communication - verbal and written
  • Customer service
  • General knowledge of the Queen Creek community and resources
  • Ability to lift 1 - 20 lbs
  • On occasion, administrative office skills (minimal computer work).

If interested, email [email protected]

Hoofbeats with Heart - ongoing recruitment

Hoofbeats with Heart serves children and adults with special challenges including physical and emotional limitations, vision and hearing impairments, Down’s Syndrome, cerebral palsy, and autism.

43491 N Coyote Rd., San Tan Valley, AZ 85140

602-421-7718

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The Town often has opportunities for large or small group service activities here in the Town of Queen Creek. Opportunities of volunteer activities may include painting curbs, fences or equipment, planting trees, other grounds and parks maintenance projects, or setting up for special events as needed.

Please contact Kim Nishihara, Volunteer Coordinator at [email protected] to discuss upcoming group project opportunities.

The Town of Queen Creek partners with the following youth sports organizations to offer recreational youth sports in our community. They have volunteer coaching and board member positions available. Please contact them directly for more information.

Arizona Soccer Club

San Tan Youth Football League

Queen Creek Heat Little League Softball

Queen Creek Little League Baseball

Over the years, the Town has benefited from numerous service projects which have made Queen Creek a better place to live. The Town often has opportunities that could qualify for a memorable Eagle Scout Project. We look forward to working with you on your journey to becoming an Eagle Scout.

Please contact Kim Nishihara, Volunteer Coordinator at [email protected] to discuss possible Eagle Scout project opportunities.

Have you been mandated to complete community service by a judicial/court system? The Town may have options for you to complete your required service. 

NOTE: The Town of Queen Creek is not a 501(c)(3). If the court mandated that you work with a 501(c)(3), please reach out to one or more of the organizations listed under 'other opportunities in the community' who are 501(c)(3) nonprofits and are looking for community service volunteers to assist them with the wonderful work that they do.

If the court did not mandate that you fulfill your service requirement at a 501(c)(3) organization and you would like to fulfill your requirement at the Town of Queen Creek, please contact Kim Nishihara, Volunteer Coordinator at [email protected] to discuss upcoming community service opportunities.

In your email to me, please include you full name, contact information (phone and email), which court mandated your hours, how many hours you need to complete, the deadline you have to complete your hours, and your availability during the week (i.e. weekday vs. weekend,  morning/afternoon/evening). Thank you!

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Make a difference in your community  volunteering not only enhances our community, it also gives you an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and build your college application ..

  

Saving One Life Animal Rescue is looking for student volunteers to help in the adoption center.  Volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of two 2 hour shifts per month.  Hours are available Mon-Sat between 9am-9pm and Sundays between 9am-6pm.  If interested, please email Debbie Johnson .

The City of Chandler is looking for volunteer parking lot attendants for the "FOR OUT CITY DAY" on October 27 .  If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Vernon Stewart at 480-812-7293 or [email protected].

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.  

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House of Refuge is a faith-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) that provides supportive services and transitional housing to homeless families. House of Refuge is a work program with case management services, employment support and transitional housing.

Our volunteer program significantly impacts our ability to serve homeless families in our community. We continually have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. We welcome both regular and one-time volunteers, individuals, and groups, to share your talents and skills. Below you will find a synopsis for each of our programs, each of which is supported by our volunteers and events. 

Join Our Youth (JOY) - We welcome and invite you to participate in volunteering for your community with JOY on Thursdays from 4-8 pm at 3215 N Arizona Ave #19, Chandler, AZ  85225.  If interested, email JOY . 

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The Town of Queen Creek is calling all community groups and service-oriented people who would like to volunteer!  How would you like to work a special event or impact the life of a child by coaching a youth sports team? This is your opportunity to help the local community and Queen Creek Recreation Services Division in building a strong future. 

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  • Sign up for the community Reward program linking your Fred Meyer Reward Card to Compassion Connect at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards . Follow the steps to create your online account if you've never done that before. Now you have the option of selecting your "Community Rewards." Search for us by name (Compassion Connect) or our ID# (#85167) to create the link. Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping Compassion Connect earn a donation! You still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and Rebates, just as you do today. If you do not have a Rewards Card, they are available at the Customer Service desk of any Fred Meyer store.
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Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Queen Creek Unified School District. We are excited that you want to volunteer with us.

If you are a parent or legal guardian that wants to volunteer in your own child’s classroom, an online application, fingerprint clearance, and background check are not required .

If you are a parent or legal guardian participating in an overnight event or if you are a community member that wants to volunteer inside of the classroom, please follow the steps below.

What you need to be a volunteer:

  • Apply online at QCUSD District Careers . Notify the school(s) as soon as you have submitted your application.
  • Background check (QCUSD HR department will submit a background check).
  • Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) fingerprint clearance. (HR will contact you with instructions once your application has been approved).

*After you submit your application online you must contact the school(s) office where you wish to volunteer. Volunteer applications cannot be processed without approval from the school office .

All volunteers and chaperones are required to get fingerprinted and consent to a background check. Please allow at least 4 to 6 weeks for fingerprint clearance and the background check to clear.

Field trip chaperones must be at least 21 years of age .

Once your background check is cleared, you will receive an email notification that you have been approved to volunteer. The school office will contact you regarding your approval.

*Volunteers must reapply every school year .

For any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the school office or the QCUSD HR department for further assistance. Your dedication to volunteering is greatly appreciated! 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for School District Volunteer Procedures

Please contact your child(s) teacher(s) for volunteer opportunities.

No, you do not need to apply to be a volunteer if you are only working in your child’s classroom or going on a day field trip. Contact your child’s teacher for volunteer opportunities.

Yes, for overnight events you must complete an online application, undergo a fingerprint background check, and a standard background check.

Yes, all community members or non-parent/legal guardian relatives who wish to volunteer inside the classroom, on a day or overnight event must complete an online application, a fingerprint background check, and a standard background check.

No. Current QCUSD employees are approved to volunteer in the classrooms and on day or overnight events.

After submitting your online application, please contact the school office where you wish to volunteer to inform them of your submission. The school will review and approve your application and then forward it to the HR department for further processing.

The applicant has their fingerprints scanned at the registered organization Fieldprint. The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) receives the applicant’s fingerprints from Fieldprint and runs a background check of Arizona criminal history, FBI criminal history, any Arizona warrants, and any Arizona Sex Offender registration. DPS sends the completed background check to QCUSD HR department for review.

Once your application is approved by the school office, fingerprint background check instructions will be provided through the Human Resources Department with further guidance. This process is at no charge to the volunteers.

The overall process may take up to 6 weeks.

Background check: 3–5 days.

DPS background check: 4–6 weeks after the applicant completes fingerprinting.

DPS sends the applicant’s completed fingerprint background check results to HR. Following review, applicant and site administration receive a notification that they have been approved/denied to volunteer.

Yes, you can expedite the clearance process by promptly notifying the school once you've submitted your online application in addition to completing the DPS fingerprint background check process as soon as possible.

No, fingerprint background check results are sent directly to QCUSD HR. A fingerprint card is not required, however, if you already possess a fingerprint card, you do not need to complete the fingerprint background check, as it has been completed when your card was issued by DPS.

Yes, volunteers are required to renew their online application and complete a fingerprint background check annually.

To volunteer on a field trip, you must be at least 21 years of age.

Your approval to volunteer is valid for the specific school year in which you applied. If you wish to volunteer in subsequent school years, you will need to reapply for approval each year.

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Volunteers “In the Wings” The Queen Creek Performing Arts Center invites you to participate in the Arts. If you have some free time and would like to volunteer your efforts would be appreciated.

Volunteer Group “In the Wings” Share your time, enthusiasm and experience. Meet people who share an interest in the arts. Be a valuable part of the community.

The Performing Arts Center depends on volunteers to staff performances and assist with administrative functions. Ushers in their familiar black and white outfits are smiling, helpful individuals who welcome patrons to the theater, take their tickets and help them to find their seat. Volunteering is a great activity for friends and family!

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If you or your group would like to volunteer during Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek, we would love to have you!   For a shift, a full day or for the weekend, we can always use more help.  

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  • Feb 11, 2023 Updated Nov 4, 2023

Citing 84,000 hours of donated community service in 2022, Queen Creek is centralizing its volunteer program to help streamline and enhance the opportunities residents have to give back – and encourage them to get involved with their community.

Based on the estimated value of a volunteer hour, people donated more than $2.5 million dollars’ worth of time and talent last year, according the town.

“We so appreciate the time and service our volunteers provide,” said Queen Creek Mayor Julia Wheatley. “Our residents have such a mix of skills and knowledge; it is exciting to know it will be easier than ever to share

those talents.

“Not only does volunteering increase community engagement, and save taxpayer dollars, it really is hard not to smile when you’re serving.”

The program includes one place to find all town volunteer opportunities, a primary point of contact, background screenings for applicable positions, and options for volunteers to provide feedback.

Statewide, 30% of residents volunteered almost 161-million hours of service last year with a monetary value of about $3.8-billion, ranking Arizona 34th in the country, according to the AmeriCorps, a national group that coordinates and keeps track of volunteer efforts in all the states.

Utah tops that list, with 51% of people saying they volunteer in their community, according to AmeriCorps.

The Queen Creek program will help people develop skills and provide new opportunities for volunteers to use them in the community.

“The Town is also committed to providing a safe, positive and friendly environment, while providing recognition and appreciation for volunteers,” the statement said.

Right now, volunteer opportunities include assisting with events, participating in the town’s Citizen Leadership Institute, a program for senior citizen and to take part in the Community Emergency Response Team.

For more on volunteer opportunities and to sign up: QueenCreekAZ.gov/Volunteer .

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Queen Creek is an active and engaged community, with volunteers donating nearly 84,000 hours of service in 2022.

To help streamline and enhance the opportunities and process, the town has launched a centralized volunteer program.

“We so appreciate the time and service our volunteers provide,” said Queen Creek Mayor Julia Wheatley. “Our residents have such a mix of skills and knowledge; it is exciting to know it will be easier than ever to share those talents. Not only does volunteering increase community engagement, and save taxpayer dollars, it really is hard not to smile when you’re serving.”

Based on the estimated value of a volunteer hour, in 2022 volunteers provided a benefit of more than $2.5 million (Independent Sector, 2022).

The centralized program includes one place for all town volunteer opportunities, a primary point of contact, background screenings for applicable positions and options for volunteers to provide feedback.

Through the program, the town is committed to providing opportunities for volunteers to use and develop new skills, train and provide necessary oversight, and provide applicable information, equipment and materials. The town is also committed to providing a safe, positive and friendly environment, while providing recognition and appreciation for volunteers.

Current volunteer opportunities include assisting with events, the town’s Citizen Leadership Institute, the Senior Program and the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). To view more information about the various opportunities and to sign up, visit  QueenCreekAZ.gov/Volunteer .

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Traditions Health is looking for volunteers like you to donate their time and talent to make a difference in the lives of our hospice patients. Volunteers provide support and companionship to our patients by listening to their stories, holding their hand, helping with a favorite activity, or many others ways. These activities remind our patients how important they are and how pertinent they are to society as well as offer comfort and dignity. A volunteer can also allow for a care giver to have time to run to the grocery store, take a walk, or go to a doctor's appointment. No special skills required except for a willing heart and helping hands. Free training which covers general information about hospice and how it works, volunteer do's and don'ts, and safety information. Requirements for volunteers include background check, TB test, brief physical, and drug screen. We are happy to cover the cost of these requirements. If volunteers are working directly with patients, we ask that they be vaccinated for COVID or be tested for weekly. We are happy to work with your schedule and will keep you as close to home as possible.

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Since being founded in 2008, Traditions Health has maintained a patient-focused and compassion-driven care approach to Home Health, Palliative Care, and Hospice services. By placing an emphasis on superior clinical outcomes, Traditions Health has forged strong relationships in the communities we serve. These relationships have been instrumental in growing the Traditions Health footprint from a single location to more than 130 locations across 18 states, allowing us to broaden our service area and reach more patients needing compassionate quality health care in the home. As the company continues to expand across the country, Traditions remains committed to the same mission on which it was founded: to promote health and quality of life for the patients we serve, to attract and retain exceptional health care professionals, and to conduct our business with compassion and integrity.

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Hospice Volunteers are essential to providing the level of care and support that patients and their loved ones expect from hospice care. The primary goal of a hospice volunteer is to provide empathy and companionship to both the patient and their loved ones during difficult times. The duties of a volunteer vary depending on the needs of the person they are caring for. Part of volunteering may also consist of offering support through community outreach activities, fundraising, or office work. Through participation and engagement, hospice volunteers find value in their devotion to patients, their loved ones, and their community.

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    Queen Creek is an active and engaged community, with volunteers donating nearly 84,000 hours of service in 2022. To help streamline and enhance the opportunities and process, the town has launched a centralized volunteer program. "We so appreciate the time and service our volunteers provide," said Queen Creek Mayor Julia Wheatley.

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    Volunteering NeighborsVolunteer. ... Queen Creek, and San Tan Valley. Contact us to add your name to the list and help make a difference in our communities! When Communities Thrive, People Thrive. Volunteer Now. About Care. Ann Marie McArthur, CEO. PO Box 3278, Chandler, AZ 85244

  21. Queen Creek

    Location: 7975 North Hayden Road, Suite A-203, Scottsdale, AZ 85258, US Mission Statement. Since being founded in 2008, Traditions Health has maintained a patient-focused and compassion-driven care approach to Home Health, Palliative Care, and Hospice services.

  22. Nobody's Perfect, Inc

    The Queen Creek Thrift Stores were opened specifically to provide jobs for the people we serve who would like to work in a community based environment. We now have three separate thrift store suites in the same business plaza as our Day Program at 18911 E San Tan Boulevard, Queen Creek AZ 85142. The clerks who are assisting you have been or are ...