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Looking for a way to make an impact in the community? Volunteering is a meaningful experience that connects residents with neighbors, causes, and opportunities and makes our community a more vibrant and better place to live.

Get Involved

There are several ways to get involved in the community:

  • Volunteer as an individual - Volunteer as an individual by creating a Volgistics account (view Vogistics Instructions for more information)
  • Volunteer as a group - From businesses to civic organizations, our office can match your group with a volunteer project that makes an impact! Submit a Group Volunteer Application.
  • Subscribe to the Volunteerism Newsletter - Subscribe to receive volunteer opportunity notifications straight in your inbox.
  • Share your storyIf you've had a great volunteer experience in Fishers, share your story so we can feature you or your organization in the Volunteer Spotlight.

Save the Date: City Service Awards

Join the City of Fishers on February 22 from 7 - 9 p.m. as we recognize local volunteers who demonstrate exemplary leadership and service in our community.

Nominate an exemplary volunteer serving the Fishers area! We’re currently accepting nominations for Non-Profit Volunteer of the Year. Submit a nomination today (due January 10). 


Volunteer Spotlight 

HAND (Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development)

hand logoHAND addresses the housing needs of low- and moderate-income individuals, families and senior citizens in Hamilton County. HAND does this by providing affordable housing options through the development of rental properties and assisting residents in obtaining homeownership. Our Mission is: Investing in neighborhoods, providing housing solutions, and building partnerships to improve the lives and build community in Hamilton County.
  
HAND partnered with the Fishers for Keep Fishers Beautiful. It was an incredible day! It was well organized, we had great weather, and we had lots of volunteers from local churches, organizations and the neighborhood. Neighbors came out to help, or begin work on their own property. By mid-morning, the whole neighborhood of Sunblest Countryview was abuzz with activity! We filled up three dumpsters, allowing neighbors to clear out their garages and storage units and remove debris from their yards. Volunteers worked hard, and kept a sweet spirit of dedication and service throughout the day. Staff from the Department of Public Works were amazing! They also worked hard chipping downed trees and providing muscle and equipment to move out debris. They were so helpful and great partners for the day.

Dan Domsic

Dan Domsic
Community Engagement & Volunteer Coordinator
Email

11565 Brooks School Road
Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 595-3151

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