Looking for ways to get involved in your community?
Whether you're looking to fill time, fill a need, or fill service hours, this is the place to find volunteer opportunities in and around Copley Township. Opportunities are subject to change, so check back often!
If you have a volunteer opportunity you would like to list, please click here for more information and to complete the submission form.
The Copley Heritage Day Festival will return this year on Saturday, August 7th from 12:00 to 7:00 PM at Copley Community Park. While the event will be somewhat modified due to current COVID19 restrictions, most of your favorites will return to welcome back the Copley township community after what seems like far too long!
The Heritage Day Committee is looking for volunteers to assist with planning this year's event. This is a HUGE undertaking and will require some seasoned volunteers to ensure its success! Whether you are a front lint "go-getter" or a "behind the scenes" worker, there is an opportunity waiting for you! Volunteers are needed to assist with organizing the vendors and their spaces, raffles, tournaments, parking, a community art project, baking contest, beer tent, kids zone, games, set-up and take-down of canopies and tables, and so much more... the opportunities are endless! Students who volunteer 4 hours or more will receive a $10.00 food voucher.
C.E.R.T. is a training program that prepares you to help yourself, your family and your neighbors in the event of a disaster. By getting trained in CERT, you will have the skills to help emergency responders save lives and protect property.
As a member of the Copley CERT Team, you can help during disasters, participate in drills and exercises, and take additional training. The Copley CERT Team is a known and trusted resource to emergency responders in the community.
If you would like to learn more about CERT please visit copley.oh.us/195/Programs-Activities.
Love In Neglected Communities, DBA, LINC Worldwide is a 501c3 nonprofit organization on a mission to provide neglected communities with the support needed to alleviate hardships, promote well-being, and facilitate growth, giving them the chance to not only survive, but to truly live, love, and thrive.
CORE Volunteers: Dedicated individuals who carry out our mission on a daily basis. They are vital in promoting our vision and make it possible for Linc Worldwide to positively impact the lives of children living in poverty. As a CORE Volunteer you are part of our ongoing team, dedicating at least 2 hours a week to carry out our day-to-day activities.
Established in 1946, the Summit Soil and Water Conservation District is one of the 88 Soil and Water Conservation Districts in the State of Ohio. The District was established to address conservation needs in each county, providing local leadership for soil and water resources conservation and water quality enhancement.
Volunteer Monitoring: This year, our volunteer stream monitoring program will allow participants the opportunity to contribute to the overall health and management of their community and watershed. This program will include a volunteer monitoring kick-off day where participants will learn how to use the test kits and complete QHEI and macroinvertebrate sampling with Summit SWCD staff. Volunteers will also learn how and why water quality is monitored and steps they can take to ensure their impact on water quality is positive.
The ARB reviews commercial site plans for compliance with Copley’s zoning standards pertaining to signs, landscaping and/or architectural elements.
Board Opening: Licensed architects, landscape designers, engineers and other similar professional backgrounds preferred. Interested residents should submit their resumes via email Loudan Klein, Director of Community and Economic Development at email@example.com.
The ZC makes recommendations to the Board of Trustees on requests for rezonings and amendments to existing zoning applications. The board also considers long-range projects including amendments to the Copley Township Zoning Resolution.
Board Opening: Individuals with a background in public policy, law, land use, and other similar professional backgrounds are preferred. Interested residents should submit their resumes via email Loudan Klein, Director of Community and Economic Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.