Make a Difference! Delta relies upon volunteer support for our programs. Volunteers can help us to continue our mission of educating young people to become stewards of their environment.
Our office often sends out newsletter mailings to participants, educators, and other interested parties. We could use someone (or a small youth organization) on an "as needed" basis who would be willing to help label, stamp and seal newsletters.
Delta's Board is composed of non-paid volunteers; individuals who come together monthly to review program progress and initiate projects to further the mission of our non-profit organization.
You can enjoy the spring weather by volunteering and helping the local environment through Delta's Earth Day Clean-up program. This program allows groups, such as civic associations, scout troops, religious groups, school groups, local businesses, neighbors and families, to adopt an area in your community and conduct a trash clean-up.
Controlling trash buildup in your community not only enhances it aesthetically, but also improves local water quality and conditions for aquatic life. Trash and other pollutants travel from streets and parking lots through storm drains and into our local creeks, where it destroys natural beauty, diminishes water quality and endangers certain species.
Delta will provide groups with free garbage bags for the clean-ups, and free coupons for a sundae for each volunteer as a thank you from us for your efforts.
Earth Day celebrates the leadership of local citizens, organizations, and communities whose efforts are critical in protecting and enhancing local water quality, environmental health, and sustainable living. Clean-up events currently range from all over Monroe, Genesee, and Livingston counties. We invite you to participate this year by hosting a clean-up or educational celebration of Earth Day. For further information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delta offers many free workshops and presentations on a variety of water quality topics. We could use an individual to network with teachers to schedule workshops for teachers, or presentations for student classes or youth organizations.
Recording workshops, presentations, and other events is important to help publicize and recognize the work of our organization, and of our volunteers. We could use a volunteer who is willing to attend an event and take digital photos or movies.