We invite businesses, individuals, church groups, and community service groups to Get Involved by volunteering their time to our programs. This can be a one-time or an ongoing commitment. You or your group will be recognized in our Program Guide, Township Newsletter and on our website. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Joanna Sharapan at 610-313-8681.
Examples: Plymouth Township Day, Holiday Special Events, MLK Day of Service and Park Clean-Ups.
Sponsorship is a great way to Get Involved in your community. By providing monetary donations the Recreation and Parks Department will continue to provide outstanding events to the community. In return, your organization will be named on all publicity for the event and will have the opportunity to attend and hand out information. You will also be named as the sponsor on all promotional items which include the Plymouth Township Newsletter which reaches 7,200, households, Leisure Visions reaches 16,000 households, being placed on a GPCC bulletin board and listed on our website as well as our digital sign at the corner of Walton Road and Germantown Pike. If you are interested in sponsoring please contact, Susan Vacchiano at 610-313-8683.
Examples: Plymouth Township Day and Performances in the Park.
Donate and Contribute
Throughout the year the Greater Plymouth Community staff calls on local restaurants, businesses, stores and other vendors to donate gift cards or goods to help make our events the best in town!
In return for your contributions you will be recognized at the event and on our website. If you are interested in please contact Joanna Sharapan at 610-313-8681.
Examples: Breakfast with Santa, GPCC birthday celebrations, Plymouth Township Day
Park Partners is designed like an “adopt-a-park” program; it encourages one time or longer-term volunteer support at a park. Interested groups such as, businesses, families, churches, or community groups can select a park and work with PTPR staff to create a reasonable work plan. In return you group will be named in the Leisure Visions, Township Newsletter and on our website. For more information please contact, Joanna Sharapan at 610-313-8681.
The Park Partners projects may include:
- picking up litter, debris, and fallen branches,
- maintaining paths and trails (such as pruning the sides or spreading woodchips),
- maintaining planting beds, raking leaves, and pulling weeds,
- removing graffiti,
- working on any special projects that are identified in cooperation with PTPR staff, such as painting, clearing new trails, spreading wood mulch under play equipment, planting flowers, mulching trees, planting etc.