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  • After completing and submitting a volunteer application, if approved, you are eligible to participate in many of our volunteer opportunities.
  • You will also be required to complete a Request to Volunteer form per participation for each project or event in which you participate.
  • Minors (those under 18) must have a parent or legal guardian sign the Volunteer Application along with the Request for a Minor to Volunteer form, if approved.
*If you are 18 or older, please go to the Adult Volunteer page and follow the steps provided.
A copy of your school ID or valid picture ID required with the application

You may submit the Volunteer Application by mail or in person at:

Morgan Levy Park
5300 NW 102nd Avenue
Doral, FL 33166
Fax to: (305) 482-9591


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