- Our Community
- Volunteer Opportunities
"Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in." - Author Unknown
Thank you for considering working as a volunteer! The City is excited to offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to support our great East Bethel community. Are you looking for a one day event? How about a long term opportunity? Do you want to work outside? Maybe you have excellent organizational skills? There are many opportunities in East Bethel to put your skills to great use.
City Commissions are advisory in nature, and offer an ongoing way to be involved in planning, development, and preservation issues. Learn more about our Commissions and consider getting involved in this important role.
City Volunteer Opportunities
A park or trail (or portions thereof) can be adopted by an individual, business, or organization from the City of East Bethel for public service activities, as designated by the City Council, and recommended by the Park Commission. Just complete the Adopt-A-Park Application, and send it to Nate Ayshford, Public Works Manager.
Serving as an election judge is a great way to serve your community. You will learn more about the election process, and ensure that elections are administered in a fair manner. Election judges are an essential part of our democracy, and are needed more than ever! Election judges can work at the primary, general, or all election days. If you are interested in learning more about being an Election Judge, please visit our Elections page to fill out an application. Contact the Elections Coordinator at 763-367-7853 or email for more information.
Many organizations throughout the community have ongoing volunteer needs. To learn more, please contact these groups directly.
Anoka County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Anoka County RSVP Connects people age 55 and over who want to volunteer with non-profit and social service programs in Anoka County who need volunteers. Contact Tricia Lehti at 763-422-7090 with questions.
East Bethel Booster Day Committee
East Bethel Booster Day is East Bethel's summer event where the city can come together and enjoy an activity or two! The committee is looking for volunteers to help with event organization, set-up and take-down, as well as helping with the parade. You do not have to be an expert in any particular field to help! Contact Stephanie Dorn at 763-232-7799, or email for more information.
Fairview Lakes Medical Center
M Health Fairview volunteers are everyday heroes that share our commitment to providing exceptional experiences to patients and their families, our communities, and to one another. Their superpower is kindness and empathy and they go above and beyond to brighten the days of others. Now, more than ever, we need volunteers who are willing to step up and make a direct impact on staff and patients alike.
M Health Fairview Lakes Medical Center has over 45 open positions in the Emergency Department, Diagnostic Imaging, Infusion Services, Gift Shop, Same Day Surgery, Valet, and Hospital Runner roles and is accepting volunteer applications. Our volunteers represent the communities we serve and include high school students to senior citizens. This location provides award-winning care to the communities northeast of the Twin Cities. Come be part of something truly amazing!
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at this location, please email the volunteer services coordinator, Katie Swanson at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the M Health Fairview Lakes Medical Center Adult Volunteer Application or the M Health Fairview Lakes Medical Center High School Volunteer Application
There are multiple opportunities to volunteer at the North Anoka County Emergency (NACE) Foodshelf, from working with clients during distributions, sorting food or restocking shelves, to helping complete social media and website updates. Call 763-434-7685 to find out more!