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Whatever your interest, whatever amount of time you may have to devote, there is a place for you as a Metroparks volunteer.

As a volunteer, you’ll play an indelible role in the quality and continuous improvement of Metroparks across the area. 

The commitment you will be expected to make can vary depending on your chosen area. Some positions require a regular schedule, others are flexible, even seasonal. No previous experience is needed. We provide all volunteer training sessions as necessary.

To become a volunteer:

If you still need more information about volunteering at Metroparks call (419) 407-9703. In addition, when you volunteer at least 15 hours of your time you can purchase a Metroparks membership at half price. 

 

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Thank You For Your Commitment

We’ve had a wonderful time during April (National Volunteer Month) introducing you to some of the thousands of people we’re lucky to call Metroparks volunteers.

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Restore Our Earth – Be a Metroparks Volunteer!

You may remember last spring, when the world was shut down at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The birds sounded louder and sweeter, our plants and flowers were a bit more vibrant, and you heard stories of animals wandering the streets of our cities. Even in the worst of times, our environment can be renewed, given the chance. How would you like to help give nature a chance here in northwest Ohio?

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Be Happy, Be a Volunteer!

Metroparks Toledo volunteers have a secret, but it’s a secret they’re eager to share with you: volunteering outdoors (especially at the Metroparks) is the happiest thing you can do!

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April is National Volunteer Month

Our parks are essential in so many ways. They contribute to our health and happiness, not to mention the health of the earth! And during the past year, our parks have provided relief from the isolation of the pandemic – it’s been a chance to get out into nature and move!

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