Join Riverkeeper’s Volunteer Team! At Riverkeeper we appreciate and depend on the ongoing support our volunteers provide us with. We believe in the necessity and the right of citizens to play a primary role in the protection of their local environment. To put that belief into action, we offer the following volunteer positions in which you can help Riverkeeper and act on your passion for a clean Hudson River free of pollution and protecting the quality of drinking water for over 9 million New Yorkers!
Please review the below opportunities and fill out our required volunteer form and make sure to note if you are interested in a particular volunteer opportunity.
Please contact our Outreach and Development Coordinator, Dana Gulley at (914) 478-4501 ext. 222 or email@example.com with any questions.
The Riverkeeper Ambassador Program is a community-oriented, grassroots, environmental program designed to raise awareness about the needs of the Hudson River and it’s tributaries, and the drinking water supply of New York City and the lower Hudson Valley.
Ambassadors are considered informal representatives and advocates that fight for Riverkeeper’s cause by raising funds, increasing membership, hosting events, volunteering and/or making presentations to community organizations, schools and clubs to educate students and citizens about watershed issues and empower them to get involved.
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Riverkeeper’s Development Team is seeking a detail-oriented volunteer to support us with weekly administrative tasks, which include preparing mailings and entering information into our database. An ideal volunteer could commit to coming into our Ossining-based office for a half-day on Mondays and from 3-5pm on Thursdays.
If interested or with questions, please email Dana Gulley at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 478 4501 ext. 222
Thank you for supporting Riverkeeper!