For many years, volunteering has been a cornerstone of the Clark County community. In 1955, the Vancouver Seventh-day Adventist Church established the Clark County Adventist Community Services organization, which began as a small food and clothing store. Since then, the Clark County Public Works volunteer program has been providing meaningful volunteering opportunities to the public, allowing them to contribute to the improvement of community assets such as parks and roads. These activities are part of the Public Works mission to enhance the quality of life in Clark County by providing transportation, environmental and park facilities and services. Volunteers are essential for increasing the beauty, safety, accessibility and quality of our parks, public lands, transportation corridors and trails.
The commitment of volunteers is a major source of strength for our community. They can take part in welcoming and educating visitors to CCHM or engage in research into the history of Clark County. Volunteering at the Museum is an opportunity to learn, share and experience our shared art, history and culture. All volunteers aged 18 or above must sign a Clark County public works liability waiver before participating in any volunteer activity. At present, the Clark County Public Works volunteer program does not accept Eagle Scout projects.
If the URL or contact information contained in this document is no longer valid, use the Internet to search for the name of the organization and use its website to find information about volunteering at your organization.