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2023 National Neighborhood Promise Volunteer Opportunities, Sign up!

The Republic Services Charitable Foundation is pleased to provide volunteering opportunities through our National Neighborhood Promise® program in cities throughout the country. If interested in volunteering, please look below to find the project nearest to you and complete the sign-up form.

This page will be updated as information becomes finalized.  Check back to get additional details on the NNP Day near you.

If you have any additional questions, please reach out to your local point of contact.

Partner Organization
Volunteer Day Details
Project Description
Local Point of Contact
Volunteer Sign up
Baton Rouge, LA Rebuilding Together Baton Rouge
  • Aug. 4 & 5
  • Time: TDB
  • Location: TBD
Park cleanup, planting, providing community education on recycling and sustainability in newly created Eco Park Sharon Mann Link TBD
Chicago, IL Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago
  • Sept. 23
  • Time: TBD
  • Imagine Englewood If, 6407 S Honore St., Chicago, IL 60636
Revitalization of abandoned house, now to be used for the organization “Imagine Englewood If.” Work will include painting and adding finishing touches inside the building Joe Scaglione
Link TBD
Detroit, MI Pope Francis Center
  • April 2024
Providing support to Pope Francis Center’s Bridge Campus Housing with finishing touches and neighborhood cleanup Alex Hurley
Link TBD
Eagle River, WI Eagle River Recreation Association
  • Summer 2023
  • Time: TBD
  • 4149 WI-70, Eagle River, WI 54521
Refurbishing inside locker rooms and other areas of the hockey dome Tasha Hagberg Sign up here
Fitchburg, MA NewVue Communities
  • TBD
Riverbank cleanup and planting Brian Skehan Link TBD
Houston, TX Rebuilding Together Houston
  • Oct. 7
  • Time: All day (two shifts available)
  • SHAPE Community Center, 3815 Live Oak St, Houston, TX 77004
Neighborhood cleanup and creating a community garden to support the SHAPE Community Center, which has helped thousands of underserved people. Joey Howell Link TBD
Lafayette, LA Habitat for Humanity Lafayette
  • TBD
TBD John Brown

Steve Smith

Link TBD
Las Vegas, NV Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada
  • June 3
  • Time: 7 am – Noon (two shifts available)
  • James Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada, 2530 E Carey Ave.
Landscaping (morning shift) and painting indoor gym (afternoon shift) to support the local Boys and Girls Club Steve Orrico sign up here
Memphis, TN Binghampton Development Corporation
  • TBD
Minneapolis, MN Rebuilding Together Minnesota
  • Oct. 13 & 14
  • Time: TBD
  • Women’s Indian Resource Center, 2300 15th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404
Laying flooring, painting, removing a ramp, replacing ceiling tiles to support the Women’s Indian Resource Center Jamie Pierce

Brandon Schuler

Tyler Kraft

Link TBD
Missoula, MT Missoula YMCA;
  • TBD
Murfreesboro, TN The Miss Katie Woodie Foundation
  • October 2023
  • Time: TBD
  • Walter Hill School, 6309 Lebanon Rd, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Landscaping after the construction of an outdoor classroom to support STEAM programs Mike Classen Link TBD
Phoenix, AZ St. Vincent de Paul
  • May 17
  • Time: 3 PM – 7 PM
  • St. Vincent de Paul, 2120 S 3rd Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Cooking and serving meals at St. Vincent de Paul’s family dinner Alberto Guardado sign up here
San Diego, CA Urban Corps of San Diego County
  • November 4
  • Time: TBD
  • Location TBD
Community cleanup on the Otay Valley Regional Park trail Risa Barron Link TBD
St. Louis, MO Rebuilding Together St. Louis
  • September 16
  • Time: 8 am – 2 pm (two shifts available)
  • Wesley House, 4507 E Lee Ave, St. Louis, MO 63115
Painting and creating an urban garden at the Wesley House, which serves as a community safe haven and provides social services to youth, adults and seniors in the Penrose neighborhood. Joey Dunlap Link TBD


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What is National Neighborhood Promise®?

The Republic Services Charitable Foundation’s National Neighborhood Promise Program aims to revitalize communities and the quality of life of residents through volunteer projects, monetary donations and in-kind services. This year, a total of $2.5 million will be awarded to 12 nonprofit organizations making a lasting difference in local neighborhoods.