How old do you have to be to volunteer at the Houston Zoo?
The Houston Zoo welcomes corporate, school, and other community groups to fulfill large project needs and connect with our mission. All group volunteers must be age 13 or older and at least one adult chaperone for every 10 volunteers under the age of 18 is required.
How can I volunteer at the food bank?
How to Volunteer During COVID-19
- Sorting and packing. You can keep the shelves stocked by assembling boxes of food for distribution.
- Assisting at mobile pantries, drive-thru pantries, and no-contact distributions. Help your neighbors feed their families.
- Delivering meals.
- Volunteering from home.
What can I do to help Houston?
Here are some of the organizations that could use your donations or willingness to volunteer.
- Houston Food Bank.
- CrowdSource Rescue.
- Give Blood at Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.
- United Way of Greater Houston.
- Houston Children’s Charity.
- Coalition for the Homeless (Houston/Harris County)
Can you volunteer at Houston Zoo?
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Houston Zoo! Volunteers support every department of the zoo including animal care, education, and guest engagement. Volunteering at the zoo is a serious commitment; adult volunteers serve for at least a year – some volunteers have been with us for a decade or more!
How old is the Houston Zoo?
|Houston Zoo entrance|
|Date opened||September 1922|
|Location||Houston, Texas, United States|
|Coordinates||29°42′58.074″N 95°23′26.05″WCoordinates: 29°42′58.074″N 95°23′26.05″W|
|Land area||55 acres (22 ha)|
Can someone volunteer at the Houston zoo?
Volunteers support every department of the zoo including animal care, education, and guest engagement. Volunteering at the zoo is a serious commitment; adult volunteers serve for at least a year – some volunteers have been with us for a decade or more! We do not currently offer internships.