Are you looking to give back to your community? BREC needs volunteers to fulfill our mission of providing park and recreational opportunities for all residents of East Baton Rouge Parish. With a range of facilities and programs, BREC has a volunteer opportunity for everyone.
In keeping with our intent to provide the best possible services, we undergo a thorough volunteer screening process. As a result, we require volunteers to fill out an application and consent to a background check.
Registered volunteers who contribute 30 or more hours during a tax year and complete ethics training qualify for a $500 Louisiana State Income Tax deduction.
Download all official BREC Volunteer forms here.
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Check out all of our volunteer opportunities and sign up at the link below!
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
For upcoming volunteer opportunities at BREC events & programs, see the volunteer event calendar below or contact our volunteer department at email@example.com or 225-272-9200 ext 446.
Group Volunteer Opportunities
Looking for a way to give back to the community with your school, church, office or other group? Check out our group volunteer opportunities and sign up today to start planning your group volunteer project.
Tell Us How We're Doing
Have you volunteered with BREC? How did you learn about volunteer opportunities? Did you enjoy your volunteer experience? Let us know! Take the Volunteer BREC Survey today.
Follow the links below to download past monthly volunteer newsletters and learn about all of the important work our volunteers do.
Recent Volunteer News
Survey Shows Majority of Residents Satisfied with BREC Services, Weren’t Consulted About Breakaway Bill
Before filing a bill to take resources from BREC and create additional park systems, the authors of Senate Bill 205 largely neglected to consult with voters who approved the property taxes that fund the parish-wide agency and its 10-year strategic plan to determine whether they support such a drastic change.
BREC is expressing deep disappointment in Senate Bill 205, which seeks to pull assets from award-winning and nationally recognized park parish-wide park and recreation system for the creation of three new parks and recreation districts, along with new paid staff and governing authorities.