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Community Clean-Up

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This program is in need of Student Volunteer Leaders. Click on the "GET INVOLVED" tab to learn more!

What is Community Clean-Up?

Community Clean-Up

Our mission is to build relationships and share our love of Jesus Christ through providing weekly service in the community. Some examples of activities include: cleaning parks, making trails, painting, weeding, and planting foliage. When the weather is not conducive for outdoor projects we help clean, paint, or set up for community events at local libraries, childcare facilities, or other community buildings. The projects are a great way to start your Saturdays and get a break from studying while doing something for others. Bring a friend and make new ones each Saturday. Feel free to come whenever you can!


How do I get involved?


Volunteer Description: Volunteers will participate in various activities that may involve handling trash and using basic gardening equipment.

Volunteer Commitment: We meet every Saturday morning at 8:50 and finish by 11:30. Meet by Jamba Juice in the Wilkinson Center at 8:50 am on Saturdays to carpool! Feel free to come whenever you can!
For our latest updates on events, feel free to follow our Facebook group! To receive updates about the program, fill out and submit our Volunteer Interest Form.

Next Event:

June 15th from 9:00-11:00 AM working with Provo Parks and rec. Volunteers should meet in the Wilk next to the Jamba Juice at 8:50 AM.

Service Project Idea?

If you're interested in proposing a service project, contact the Program Directors at We enjoy working with classes, clubs, and other Y-Serve groups. It is best to contact one of the Program Directors two weeks prior to the Saturday you want to hold the service activity to coordinate a combined project.


Volunteer Leader Description: There are two kinds of leadership positions: Executive Director and Program Director. A program only has one Executive Director, but multiple program directors. Leaders are generally responsible for overseeing recruitment, retention, and reflection with volunteers. They also coordinate service with community partners and ensure their program runs smoothly. Volunteer leaders may also share the responsibilities of volunteers as outlined in the Volunteer Description. For more information, visit our section called Be a Leader!

Volunteer Leader Commitment: In addition to volunteering, Volunteer leaders commit to a 1-hour monthly team meeting to discuss needs and make plans for the program.

Step 1:

Apply to become a leader by completing one of the applications below (if there are no applications, then this program is not accepting leaders at this time):

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Available by email at

Executive Director, Hannah Bloomfield

(619) 536-6778
Office Hour:

Emma Earnest

(319) 777-8790