|Volunteers are a big part of what makes Monrovia great! To get involved with the City or our community partners, check out the opportunities below!|
Get Involved in the City
MAP is a community-based program that hosts events and meetings, like the Leadership Academy, to train and connect community members.
There are many ways to volunteer with the Library, including as an English literacy tutor, digitizing archives, providing computer help, and working in the Friends Store!
Monrovia Fire & Rescue trains many volunteers to help prepare for and respond to disasters in our community, including the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Business Emergency Response Team (BERT).
The Police Department welcome volunteers of all ages with our Citizen Patrol for Seniors (50+), Chaplains, Reserve Police Officers, and Monrovia Explorers.
Get Involved with Our Community Partners
Sign up at the Volunteer Center of the San Gabriel Valley to work in the community or deliver Meals on Wheels.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Foothills helps youth of all backgrounds develop the qualities they need to overcome obstacles, become responsible citizens, and emerge as leaders.
Foothill Unity Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides services for qualified low-income families and people in crisis.
Share your love of local history by volunteering to guide tours, serving as a docent, assisting with cataloging the collection, and even helping develop new exhibits.
Sign up to volunteer your time and talent at the YMCA to create an impact that really counts – coaching a youth sports team, mentoring a teen after school, providing support for a family that needs you.