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Community Service

Students are required to accumulate 40 hours of community service for graduation.

The Community Service Form, page two, lists several opportunites.

Students are also informed by general email as specific short term opportunities arise locally

and organizations will also ask to post opportunities on this webpage below.  

Signed forms should by submitted to the counseling office as hours are completed.


Community Service Form:  Click Here to View and Print


Students get credit for hours worked only for volunteer service with a non-profit organization.

Please confirm the non-profit status before volunteering your time.



Scheduled Community Service Opportunities


The Temecula Valley Woman’s Club’s Annual Holiday Home tour is scheduled this year for Saturday, November 11th and Sunday, November 12th in Temecula’s Wine Country.  We are looking for students again this year who would like to volunteer for Community Service Hours.  Attached is the flyer with detailed event information and instructions to sign up.


High school volunteers are needed from 4:00-10:00 pm (6 hour shift) for the City of Temecula High Hopes Program (adults with special needs) Halloween Party at the Community Recreation Center on 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. on Friday, October 20.  Pizza will be served to volunteers.  

If interested, please complete BOTH of the following two steps:

1) Call 951-694-6464 (Mary Phillips Senior Center) or email  christine.potoczak@temeculaca.gov and leave your name and phone # 

2) Fill out the City of Temecula ONLINE VOLUNTEER FORM 


Looking for high school volunteers in need of community service hours from 11:30-5.  Please see attached flyer for more information.  Those interested can text or email Amy Jordan at 951-307-1432  or palomavolunteers@gmail.com


Volunteers are needed from 6 am -12 pm, in two-hour shifts (approximately).  More information will be sent to volunteers once you send an interest email to aresvolunteers@gmail.com with your contact information.  Thank you, Danielle McCutcheon, Turkey Trot Volunteer Coordinator


Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary School is looking for 30 volunteers to help with the Fall Festival from 5 pm - 8:45 pm.  Please contact Stacey Heffner with the PTA to sign up:  stacey.heffner@yahoo.com


Susan La Vorgna Elementary school has volunteer hours available for our local students. We need help with our Fall Festival on October 27, 2017. We would like the students to meet in room 17 at 31777 Algarve Ave, Winchester, CA 92596 at 4:00pm and can stay until 10:00 pm. Food will be provided for all volunteers after the event. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

~Contact:  Allie Gambrell, PTA Hospitality 

(760) 547-6929  or  alexandriagambrell@gmail.com


Student volunteers needed for the event!  Please see attachment below for detailed flyer. 

Questions? Contact Morgan Cohn at mcohn@crohnscolitisfoundation.org

Application ~ http://Online.ccfa.org/TemeculaVolunteers

Are you looking to fulfill your community service hours while having fun?  Come join us October 28th!  The Temecula branch of AAUW, American Association of University Women, is hosting an event at the Old Temecula Theatre.  AAUW has been empowering young women such as yourself in the community since 1881. For more than 130 years, we have worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of young women and their families.  One such activity is providing scholarships to young women to attend summer workshops at universities.  The Temecula branch of AAUW, a non-profit organization, supports such community services through various activities.  The Temecula Branch raises money, and awards scholarships to assist women in achieving their goals and becoming valuable community members  https://aauwtv.wordpress.com/about/

To help us celebrate our 25 years of existence in Temecula, we are hosting an upcoming 25th Anniversary Gala on October 28th from 5p  7p at the Old Temecula Theatre.  We seek students looking to fulfill their community service requirements to help us at this event from 6p to 7:30p.  If you are interested, please contact Cynthia L Escartin at 909.633.8590 by September 20th.


Ongoing Opportunities to Earn Community Service Hours



  • Temecula Public Library Technology Homework Center is looking for students who would like to be Peer Tutors. Peer tutors make a positive impact in other students academic experience and earn community service hours for their help.

    THC is located at the Temecula Public Library, and it houses the TVUSD Peer Tutoring Program. We have high school students cleared by their teachers and counselors work as student tutors with K-12 students as a recurring community service commitment. 


  • Margarita Middle School is looking for high school students to tutor at the middle school.  Please click on the following link to view more information:  Margarita Middle School Needs Tutors!



  • Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary School is looking for high school students to help in teachers' classrooms.  Please email Ms. Nagtalon if interested:  lnagtalon@tvusd.k12.ca.us.  Students must check in the elementary school's front office when volunteering.