Volunteer In Austin's Parks

In-person volunteer events are back! Projects are capped at 25 volunteers and masks are required for all. Keep an eye on our events calendar for upcoming projects. We'll continue to offer Evergreen Volunteer Opportunities so you can help parks anytime!

In Austin's Parks

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Volunteer Opportunities

Individual Volunteer Opportunities

We're thrilled to offer safe volunteer opportunities in parks across Austin. Looking for other things you can do from home? Check out our Evergreen Volunteer Opportunities!
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In 2020, APF volunteers made a big impact:


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Who We Are

We're grounded in the generosity of the Austin community. From our city-wide volunteer days, It’s My Park Day, to individual work days held throughout the year, thousands of Austinites volunteer in the parks.

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How You Can Help

Volunteerism has been at the center of who we are as an organization since day one. We place tremendous value on the individuals, groups and companies that make up our dedicated volunteer corps. Ready to volunteer?

It's My Park Day

Our biggest city-wide volunteer event, It’s My Park Day, takes place the first Saturdays in March and November. Each year, thousands of volunteers work to improve parks and greenbelts throughout the city.

APF Ambassadors

Ambassadors are trained volunteers who act as representatives for APF. Our Ambassador program provides a unique and meaningful volunteer experience, allowing residents to strengthen our city’s parks.

Benefits of Volunteering


The volunteer experience is full of comradery and fun! It's even better when you bring a friend.


Austin's parks need some love and care. Your volunteered labor hours help keep our parks in shape.


The City of Austin's park budget has a shortfall to the tune of $100M a year, and labor is expensive.

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