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Huntington Beach Council on Aging Volunteering

Volunteer at the Senior Center in Central Park

Volunteers are essential to the success of the senior service programs that the HBCOA supports. Each year volunteers provide over 53,000 hours of service to the City of Huntington Beach driving, meal delivery, office assistance, teaching, or just listening.

Read the volunteer page of the HBCOA monthly newsletter, Outlook on Active Aging, for upcoming opportunities and volunteer news.

Mission Statement

The City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department provides outstanding programs, services and facilities that enhance and enrich the lives of our residents and visitors.

Volunteer Orientation

A 3-hour volunteer orientation is offered quarterly that gives an overview of volunteer opportunities, introduces Huntington Beach Senior Services, and prepares volunteers to serve the aging population.

Huntington Beach Council on Aging

The Huntington Beach Council on Aging (HBCOA), a non-profit corporation, supports services for Huntington Beach Seniors. Its mission is to work with city staff and volunteers to enhance the dignity and quality of life of city seniors.

Sign Up to Become a Volunteer

To  Please contact Caryn Kawamoto, Volunteer Services, City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department by (1) first filling to the electronic form below. (2) second, click on the link to download the full application. Once downloaded to your computer, fill out and print out.  Completed applications can be dropped off at the front desk. You will be contacted once the form is submitted.
Questions? Call: 714.374.1544

The community has been extremely generous in volunteering their time since the Senior Center opened.  Once your application is received, Your application will be held on file for 1 year and you will be invited to an orientation based on your skills or interests and the senior center’s needs and openings.