Volunteer with SCCO
To Our Neighbors: There are many reasons to volunteer with SCCO – your second hand is just one of them! Others include property values and quality of life, the chance to work on a team or to apply skills learned at the office in a neighborhood setting, the fun of accomplishing things around the community and addressing problems, or the opportunity to challenge yourself while helping others. My reason is simply to “pay it forward” – while raising my children in Spring Creek, I enjoyed the shade of trees planted by others. It is now my time to plant.
We have several positions with varying commitments and needs. You might be interested in serving as a City Liaison, a Committee Member, or a Block Captain.
And, if you would like to volunteer but are not sure how to move forward, just reach out to me or any other SCCO Board member at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.
Graphic Designer. Help the social events committee by creating graphics for virtual and in person events.
Event Coordinator. Coordinate one of four in person events throughout the year. Each event ideally has two event coordinators to help with tasks such as: event activities, event promotion, event raffle prizes from local businesses and other day of event coordination.
Print Newsletter Contributor. Contribute one article each quarter for the SCCO print newsletter (200-500 words), focused on local news, seasonal interest pieces, neighborhood updates, and fun facts. No experience needed - just a passion for sharing helpful news to our neighbors! All ages are eligible.
Digital Newsletter Contributor. Contribute timely/relevant information for bi-monthly e-newsletters. Maintain a pulse on local news, Dallas District 11 changes, neighborhood updates/improvements, school events, and neighborly news. No experience needed – just a passion for sharing helpful news to our neighbors and knowing what's going on in the neighborhood! All ages are eligible.
Social Media Contributor. Maintain SCCO's Facebook and Instagram and assist in scheduling weekly content or simply providing images/news for SCCO to share. A general understanding of Facebook or Instagram is all that's required! All ages are eligible.
Sponsor Coordinator. Assist with sponsor donations; build relationships with local businesses, inquire about yearly sponsorships to help support SCCO via social media, print newsletters, and digital newsletters, maintain sponsor relationships, and ensure SCCO delivers all agreed upon advertising for sponsors. Prior "sales" experience is helpful, but not necessary!