Volunteer opportunities at the Library for all ages! Participate in the Adult Volunteer Program, Teen Advisory Group (grades 6-12), or Teen Volunteer Program (ages 14-18).
Adult Volunteer Application
Adult volunteer contact: Alex Dieckman
Teen volunteer contact: Allen Wiskera
Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) has an ongoing need for volunteers to help with litter abatement, community improvement, and beautification projects. Volunteers help with city wide clean up events, tree and wildflower plantings, and ongoing community programs like Adopt-A-Spot. Free educational classes also offered.
contact: Amy Wells
Volunteers assist as ushers at plays and performances, greeting guests in the art gallery, or participating in daily operations. Visit MCLGrand.com to complete an online volunteer interest form.
contact: Konnie Cooper
Neighborhood Vitality promotes community involvement, and a chance for you to assist your neighbors in need. As a volunteer, you'll be helping meet goals under Big Move #4 Thriving Neighborhoods and increasing community engagement, with your help you'll make a lasting impact for future generations.
contact: Ashleigh Feryan
Volunteer opportunities with PALS includes assisting with games at the Funny Bunny event, activities at Doggie Dive-In, dressing up in costume and working along our spooky hayride trail or in the haunted house at our Spooktacular Trails, or collecting toys at the Motorcycle Toy Run.
contact: Cassie Kinkade
Maintaining a safe community requires a partnership between police and residents. Volunteers are needed to help organize local crime watch groups. Residents wanting a more intense volunteer experience can attend the annual Citizens Police Academy in the fall, and afterward are used in a variety of support roles.
contact: Capt. Casey Carter
Volunteers assist with some of the city's most anticipated festivals and events. From a popular summer concert series to a festival where the cowboys, country music and long horns rule Old Town.
contact: Shelly Pershing