- The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program allows you to choose assignments from a variety of community settings such as schools, food distribution centers, libraries, law enforcement agencies, hospitals, and non-profit organizations. If you are 55+ and can volunteer a few hours a week, please call (916) 875-3631, email SVS-RSVP@saccounty.net, or visit their website.
The Volunteers in Policing program matches volunteers by skills to roles such as clerical work, fleet management, extra patrol, community and youth outreach and more. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Police Services Coordinator Taylor Nelson at (916) 617-5328 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. If you are interested in becoming a West Sacramento CERT member, please forward a completed application to Fire Administration.
- Volunteer Opportunities List provided by the Turner Library.
- Generation Bridge is seeking senior volunteers for their summer and after school program working with youth. For more information contact the West Sacramento Community Center at (916) 617-4620.
- Yolo County Neighborhood Court seeks to address low level crimes, outside of the traditional criminal justice system, using community-based solutions to swiftly address the harm caused by these offenses. Neighborhood Court utilizes restorative justice concepts which identify crime as acts that cause harm to people and communities.
- AARP Foundation Experience Corps pairs volunteers age 50 and up with students in kindergarten through third grade to help them improve their reading skills. Learn about the next informational session or program details at: AARP Foundation Experience Corps website or 916-856-3972.