San Francisco has one of the most amazing parks: Golden Gate Park which is celebrating 150 years of existence. This amazing urban park is 20% bigger than Central Park in New York, and it is a little more than 3 miles long (East to West.)
The Park is home to museums, gardens, baseball fields, areas for children, areas for outdoor concerns, a Japanese Garden, lakes, ponds, and a lot more.
The San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department is the city agency responsible for governing and maintaining Golden Gate Park, and it relies on volunteers for some of the good work done throughout its beautiful green areas.
As I was walking through the park the other day, I saw a small group of volunteer racking autumn leaf. I inquired and learned that anybody can volunteer for this once-per-month activity, but you must sign a waiver form (adult or youth.)
If you are interested, please RSVP and register first via firstname.lastname@example.org and then you’ll be ask to submit your waiver entry via online.
Here is the SF Park staff member in charge of volunteers speaking to us (raw video.)
Remember to follow all guideline regarding COVID-19: wear mask, maintain social distancing, have good hygiene and wash your hands often.
For questions, please email them at email@example.com or call 415-831-6884.
And if you join them, please let them know you heard about this opportunity at Lupitanews.com.