Volunteer Opportunities

Whether you want to volunteer one time for a targeted project or whether you come regularly to help at one of our many programs, we truly appreciate your time and talents. We invite groups to perform community service projects, or individuals who may share their skills, such as teaching, answering the phone or performing other office skills.

Individual

  • Adult Day Programs
  • Children’s Services
  • Teaching Artist
  • Residential Services
  • Grant Writing
  • Fundraising
  • Community Relations/Marketing

Group

  • Outdoor Landscaping
  • Outdoor Painting/Power Washing
  • Indoor Cleaning/Painting
  • Holiday Gift Program
  • Musicals/Theater/Drum Circle
  • School Group Projects

Events

  • Tampa Bay Blues Festival (April)
  • Golf Tournament (April)
  • Friday Night Party (April
  • Black Tie Gala (November)
  • King of the Beaches (April & Nov.)

Volunteer Information

  • Volunteers must be 16+ years of age. Children younger than 16 are taken on a case-by-case basis for special projects or clerical work, and must be with a parent or guardian, or part of a group volunteer project. Court-ordered volunteers are no longer accepted at PARC.
  • ALL volunteers must provide a copy of Driver’s License or Photo ID.
  • ALL individuals volunteering in any of our adult day programs on a recurring basis must be level II background screened. PARC covers the cost of screening.
  • Volunteering with our Children’s Services requires level II background screening as well as testing to include Fire Safety/Fire Extinguisher Training.
  • Volunteer Teaching Artists must be Level II background screened.
  • Volunteers in any of our adult and children’s programs, including Teaching Artists must participate in a 1.5-hour orientation which includes an overview of Parc Center for Disabilities and a tour of our campus.
  • Single day group projects and event volunteers do not require a background screening or participation in orientation.
  • All volunteer screening paperwork must be completed and approved prior to orientation.

FAQs

You can commit to once a month, once a week, or however much time you can donate depending on your schedule. We have opportunities which can benefit from your participation 7 days a week. Or if there is a special skill or project that you would like to initiate, let us know.

There are opportunities for high school and college students to perform rewarding community service. We also welcome both working professionals and retired individuals to donate their time. No special skills are required, just the desire to help others.

Volunteers on our campus working directly with Parc clients must be 16 years of age. Parc accepts volunteers of all ages at many of our community events (accompanied by a parent/guardian).

You can contact our manager of events and volunteers, Maria Christiano at 727-341-6962.

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*If you wish to volunteer directly with clients, you will have to undergo a level 2 background check and fingerprinting.*