Volunteers Make the Park a Success
Without the efforts of our extraordinary volunteers, Mt. Helix Park could not survive. Volunteers play a vital role in the success of our events, programs, maintenance and keep the Park and Foundation moving forward.
The Adopt-A-Habitat program, launched in 2015, partners people with the Park in order to restore and preserve valuable California native habitat. With the help of an ever-growing team of conservation volunteers the Park flora and fauna are being revived and the native landscape restored. To adopt a habitat, contact email@example.com or call (619) 741-4363
First Saturday of the Month
Join us every 1st Saturday of the month 9:00 a.m. to noon for a morning of gardening in the Park. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The Park's annual gala is one of the most cherished events at Mt. Helix Park. Attended by more than 500 people each year, it features local restaurants, musicians and artists along with fine wines, craft beer and dancing under the stars.
The "party on the hill" raises more than half of the Park's annual operating expenses. All proceeds from the event go to support the Foundation’s mission to keep the Park clean, safe and open to the public every day of the year.
To volunteer for this event, contact email@example.com or call (619) 741-4363
Started in 2013, as the "Garden Party," the Habitat Restoration Group was formed by several of the Park's gardening enthusiasts with a desire to beautify and preserve the Park's natural surroundings. Since its inception, the group's scope has expanded to include all habitat restoration in the Park and has been responsible for the addition of hundreds of new California native plants and the removal of 90% of the Park's invasive plants. The Habitat Restoration Group is comprised of
1st Saturday of the Month Habitat Workday
Each year the Park hosts events for the community such as Astronomy Night, Christmas caroling, Nature & Sustainability lectures and a variety of other programs organized and run by volunteers.