The City of Irvine is proud to officially proclaim April 7–13 as National Volunteer Week, with the goal of promoting community service, building stronger communities, and highlighting the spirit of giving back.
In honor of this nationwide effort, the City is kicking off a 1 Million Hour Challenge on Sunday, April 7, in which residents are encouraged to volunteer 1 million hours of their time to causes close to their hearts. Irvine is an incredible community because of our people, and we believe National Volunteer Week is an ideal opportunity for our residents to come together and give back to those in need.
For information on volunteering, including a list of City programs accepting volunteers as well as other nonprofit organizations, visit cityofirvine.org/volunteer. Community members are welcome to volunteer at any organization that interests them, and encouraged to log their volunteer hours online during this ongoing effort. Submit hours as you go, and check back in for a live tally of how many hours the City of Irvine has volunteered as a whole.
We thank you in advance for continuing to make Irvine a better place to live, work, learn, and play through your support of community service during National Volunteer Week and beyond.