Volunteer Opportunities

Help the Central Islip Civic Council with a Good Cause!

Looking to help the Council with a Good Cause?

Need to complete Community Service Hours? Need to meet requirements for Scouts or Honor Society?

We offer a variety of ways in which you can be of assistance to the Council so you can meet your needs. Return completed volunteer application to the Council by email, fax, or mail. The Council will contact you for a meeting appointment.

We are currently seeking volunteers for…

Volunteer Freelance Writer

• Assist with the Civic Council News section for the website
• Prior writing experience, preferably as a Freelancer
• Own a personal or laptop computer
• Excellent communication and time management skills
• A self-motivated, disciplined approach to work.

Thrift Store Associate

• Organize and sort donations
• Price items
• Hang and fold the clothes
• Greet and assist customers
• Maintain sales floor appearance
• Keep a positive attitude and focus on customer satisfaction


• Assist with garden planting
• Maintain existing flower beds
• Water the plants
• Transplant seedlings
• Make flower bouquets
• Harvest vegetables
• Pick up fallen fruit from the fruit trees

Food Drive Coordinators

Help to coordinate a food drive in your local school, church, workplace, club, and troop. Then, donate the collected food items to our emergency food pantry. We serve over 3,000 families in need each year and are always in need of non-perishable items. (cereal, tuna, rice, pasta, soup, dry or canned milk, etc…)

School Supply Drive

Help students get a head start in the right direction by sending them off to school in September with the tools they need. Any kind of school supply items is appreciated. Elementary, Intermediate, Middle, and High School appropriate.

Neighborhood Watch and Block Captains

Help make your neighborhood a better place to live. Call us if you see street lights that are not working, big potholes in the road, highly littered roadways, graffiti, unsafe traffic conditions at pedestrian crossings, vacant or abandoned homes with littered or overgrown lawns.

Join us in transforming Central Islip

into a thriving community by making a meaningful contribution

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