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Ride On Center for Kids
R.O.C.K has a variety of volunteer opportunities!
Stable Hands: (+14 years old)
These volunteers assist with mucking stalls, cleaning the barn area and maintaining the facilities
Office Volunteers: (+16 years old) Office Volunteers answer phones, greet guests and families, communicate needs, assist the R.O.C.K. staff and help out with numerous office functions.
Team Leader: (+14 years old) Oversees the tack room, grooming area, stalls and horses during sessions. They also supervise the stable hands and horse handlers during grooming and tacking.
Horse Prep: (+14 years old)
Assists with the preparation of the horses before class.
Horse Handler: (+14 years old) In most cases, the horse handler will remain in control of the horse
throughout the session.
Side Walkers: (+14 years old)
In a hippotherapy class, the side walkers aid the therapist in the physical manipulation and support of the rider.
For more information about any of the volunteer opportunities at R.O.C.K., please contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department
The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department has many volunteer opportunities for those interested in serving their community and keeping our parks and trails beautiful.
Park Clean Up
The City's parks and trail system requires diligent efforts to clean up trash and brush. If you are interested in a project listed below, contact Randy Gordon.
Round Rock Area Serving Center
You can make an impact on people's lives in your community! The Serving Center is primarily staffed by volunteers. Volunteers are needed for a variety of tasks including: Receptionists, Casework Interviewers, Data Entry, Pantry Volunteers, Cashiers, Gardeners, and Merchandise Sorters.
For more information visit the website.
Volunteers must attend a New Volunteer Orientation held of the first and third Tuesday of every month at 4pm. Volunteers under 18- please bring a parent or guardian!
Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter
The Williamson County Regional Animal has a variety of different volunteer opportunities:
Walk shelter dogs to allow them to get exercise, relieve themselves, socialize, and get out of the shelter for a while. You choose the size of dog you feel comfortable walking. Give the dogs affection and attention. Brushing and bathing as needed.
Get to know the personalities of the cats in the shelter and help get them adopted. Spend time with the very shy and scared cats to help socialize them. Brush and groom cats as needed. Distribute toys and extra blankets. Bring any health or behavior problems to staff's attention. Insure water bowls are full and cages are clean and neat.
Interact with customers at the shelter to help them find the right dog or cat to adopt. Get animals out of cages for them, answer questions, assist them with tips for walking or handling dogs as needed. Polite, patient and courteous manner required. You choose whether to work with dogs or cats.
To volunteer, contact Misty Valenta. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old. All Volunteers ages 12-15 need to be accompanied by an adult.
Age of Central Texas
Adult Day Center in Round Rock
Volunteers are very important to the work of AGE of Central Texas! Volunteers enhance the lives of the older adults and caregivers that we serve, help our operations to run at their best, and sustain the culture of service and goodwill that AGE has been part of since 1986.
Youth and families are welcome to volunteer!
For more information visit:
The Volunteer Center has various at-home projects that can be done over the holidays to help out people in need!
Make Blanket Buddies!
Volunteers are needed to make no-sew fleece blankets and add a stuffed animal to make blanket buddies! These are given to children living in crisis shelters, in the hospital or to other area non profit organizations.
Volunteers can make Greeting Cards for local non profits to use and give to their volunteers, clients or staff members.
Volunteers needed to create hand-made bookmarks to benefit youth and patrons who attend local libraries and schools.
Make birthday bags!
Volunteers can create birthday bags filled with party items for children living in shelters and crisis centers, or accessing food pantries.
Contact The Volunteer Center for more information on how to get started!
Williamson County Parks Department
The Williamson County Parks Department has multiple opportunities for teens to get involved in their volunteer program.
Volunteer projects for people 16 years of age or older:
Southwest Williamson County Park (3005 County Road 175, Leander)
Prep and re-paint handrails.
Prune back tree limbs encroaching into trails.
Spread and level trail surfacing materials.
Build erosion control features in drainage ditches.
Brushy Creek Regional Trail
(meet at Trailhead south of intersection of HWY 183A & Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park)
Prep and re-paint handrails along the trail.
Remove litter along the trail.
Clean out drainage culverts along trail.
The Parks Department will supply tools and materials.
Volunteers need to:
Provide their own sunscreen, water, work gloves, hat and insect repellant.
Dress appropriately for outdoor and project specific work.
Complete a Volunteer Agreement/Waiver Form (parent/guardian signature required for persons under the age of 18).
Please contact Michael Young for questions of if you are interested in volunteering.
Get involved with your local Public Library!
Many of our public libraries have volunteer opportunities for youth.
Check out these websites to see if you can get involved:
Support Street Cat Rescue
Love animals? Support Street Cat Rescue!
We have a variety of different volunteer opportunities:
Animal Care Takers
Cat Habitat Cleaning
Adoption Event Volunteers
Call Donna Powell at 512-762-3597 for more information!
Looking for something fun to do at home or with friends?
Blankets & Scarves 4 Kids
Scarves for Coats for Kids
Volunteers are needed to help hand tie warm blankets, knit scarves for the Coats for Kids Program!
If you're interested in making no-sew fleece blankets, scarves, contact The Volunteer Center!
Sign up @ and create a Volunteer account
For instructions email
Ongoing Youth Opportunities
Drive A Senior
Teen Summer Van Program
Drive a Senior has one van ride opportunity per day, Monday thru Thursday,
8:30am to 12:30pm.
Sign up for as many days as you are able and willing to commit to.
Volunteers assist the van driver to help clients in and out of the van, carry grocery bags or other packages, and mostly interact with them in conversation.
Email Sheeri Rose at to receive your volunteer application package.
Email email@example.com for more information.
University Village Memory Care
Located at: 4701 Campus Village Drive
Round Rock, TX 78665
Come play games, do activities, and read to our residents!
Do you play the piano or sing? We'd love to have you perform for us!
For more information, contact Rose Cortez at 512-248-2222
Seton Medical Centers
When you become a Seton Medical Center volunteer, you're not joining just any group - you're becoming part of a family.
Volunteers are needed in many departments, including Emergency, Day Surgery and ICU. Non-clinical areas of service include gift shops, cafe, and the information desks.
Individuals of all ages are encouraged to volunteer. We even have special programs for college students and teenagers. Join our family today.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County
Every Habitat home is touched by a volunteer – every home is community built!
Construction volunteers help keep homes affordable by saving Habitat thousands of dollars in labor costs. Volunteers also become more aware of affordable housing needs in Williamson County; they’re able to tell the Habitat story to others.
This is a great family opportunity!
For more information visit:
for a list of YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES
The Volunteer Center