Support CQNC: Volunteer

At Charlotte's Quest Nature Center volunteers dedicate their time, talents, and resources to help teach environmental education and to make the public aware of their surroundings and the precious natural resources that we need to preserve for future use. The Manchester Parks Foundation promotes this awareness and advances the welfare of our natural resources through volunteer training services, fundraising, field trips, monthly programs and other activities or demonstrations.

START MAKING A DIFFERENCE TODAY...

There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available for people in all age groups.

We currently have needs in the following areas to name a few:

  •  Information Desk/Receptionists on the first Sunday of each month.
  •  Trail maintenance
  •  Bluebird Trail observations and maintenance
  •  Building maintenance
  •  Grounds maintenance
  •  Spring Fest
  •  Fundraising
  •  Assisting the naturalist with field trips
  •  Carpentry projects
  •  General clerical duties
  •  Newsletter printing and mailing

Fill out our online application.Volunteer Registration Form if want to help make a difference today!

OUR JUNIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

Our Junior Volunteer Program is a great opportunity for children 14-18 years of age to earn their required 75 hours of community service learning needed for graduation from the Carroll County Public School system.

Requirements for the Junior Volunteer Program:

Once you become a Junior Volunteer you have a diverse selection of volunteer opportunities to choose from.

Charlotte's Quest
NATURE CENTER

3400 Wilhelm Lane
PO Box 864
Manchester, Maryland 21102

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A Non-Profit
501(C)3
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