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Ways to Serve

Volunteers may serve in the following roles.  All coaches, mentors, and special event volunteers report directly to the Lead Coordinator of the program or activity. 

Coach – Leads or assists a group of youth who participate in a DPAL league or athletic event. Volunteers between the ages of 11 and 18 may assist, but not lead, in this role.

Mentor – Leads or assists a group of youth who participate in a DPAL program or activity. Volunteers between the ages of 11 and 18 may assist, but not lead, in this role.

Special Events Volunteer – Assists the Lead Coordinator of a DPAL program with one-time or annual programs hosted by DPAL.  These volunteers may help with the actual event (set-up or take-down of activities, tracking attendance, collecting forms, score keeping, etc.) or may serve on planning and steering committees involved with the event for which they are volunteering. 

If you are a DPD employee and would like to volunteer, please email Sgt. Butler to learn more about becoming a DPAL Ambassador.

If you are not a DPD employee, please create an account with us and stay alert for announcements relating to volunteer roles.

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 Requirements


Youth may begin volunteering for DPAL at the age of 11 with parent/guardian permission. Youth volunteers under the age of 14 will be exempt from the criminal background check and youth safety class.  For more information, please contact [email protected]



Contact

Durham Police Athletic League
602 E. Main St 
Durham, North Carolina 27701

Phone: 919-560-4438
Email: [email protected]

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