Volunteer with us!
Volunteering gives our businesses and organizations the extra assistance they need and enriches our lives.
Whether you can help a little or a lot, lending a hand to these much needed organizations is greatly appreciated.
Contact information is provided for each organization below
along with a description of what is needed.
Brookville Volunteer Fire Company
VOLUNTEER HELP WANTED!
Stop in for an application today!!!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Brookville Volunteer Fire Company. The Brookville Volunteer Fire Company was established in September of 1909. Located in Brookville Borough, the seat of Jefferson County, is located off of Interstate 80 exit 78. The Brookville Volunteer Fire Company is dedicated to protecting the life and property of the residents of Brookville Borough.
Below is some information that you may find useful during your consideration to join the Brookville Volunteer Fire Company. If you do not find the answers to your questions, please do not hesitate to EMAIL us, or call our fire station at (814) 849-5400, or stop by the station and speak with a member.
More Than Fighting Fires . . .
Firefighting is not for everyone, but volunteering can be!!
The Brookville Volunteer Fire Company offers a number of opportunities to serve your community through the volunteer fire service, and much of it has nothing to do with firefighting.
Fire and emergency services are one of the most diverse and challenging professions. The diversity in this line of work is what inspires most men and woman to volunteer in the fire service. Members must train and prepare to cope with situations that range from building fires to water rescue to hazardous materials incidents, and almost any other emergency situation.
The fire service is not for everyone. You need more than a desire to help people in order to succeed. You need courage, dedication, assertiveness, and an open mind to learn new skills and face new challenges. You will also need to have the time for training sessions, meetings, emergency responses, and various other functions. But don't let this intimidate you. Most of the members have full time jobs and familes and can still make time to volunteer.
There are many other ways to assist your community through the Brookville Volunteer Fire Company. These include the following: Recruitment, Fund-Raising, Record-Keeping, Financial Services, Building Renovations, and Community Service.
The personal rewards and satisfaction received from the volunteer fire service give every member a sense of accomplishment when a goal is achieved. The sense of family and teamwork exemplified within the fire service helps individuals develop and maintain friendships. The information learned through the fire service will also help you achieve your goals both educationally and professionally.
If you are looking for a change of pace in your life or if you would make yourself a more well rounded individual look into joining the Brookville Volunteer Fire Company.
Coolspring Power Museum
Volunteer at Coolspring Power Museum
Jefferson County Fair
The Jefferson County Fair can use volunteers for the following activiites:
Cleaning and set up of the Fair Concession Stand for the season on April 26
Painting of the wood bleacher seats and various other projects
Help in the Fair Concession Stand during events by cooking, food prep, and serving
Truck Pull on June 15 from 4:00 p.m. until closing
Fair Week on July 14 through 20 from 4:00 p.m. until closing
Traveling Vietnam Wall on August 23-25 (time to be determined)
"Dukes of Hazzard" Track Show on September 7 from 4:00 p.m. until closing
Gardening including care of shrubbery, flowers, and trimming
Light and heavy maintenance
Track preparation and maintenance
Assistance with front, rear, and office gates during events
Assistance with the Songer Historical Exhibit Building during the Fair
Cleanup, Setup, and Monitoring
Phone Jim Grant, Secretary at 265-0640
Community Action Partnership
18 Western Avenue, Suite E
Brookville, PA 15825
Volunteers are vital to the existence of PASSAGES, Inc. The agency would be unable to provide many of the services it does without the help and commitment of our volunteers. Help survivors of sexual assult in your own community!
To become a volunteer, you must be at least 18 years of age and complete a flexible 40 hour training course. For more information, please call
Passages offers volunteer training each spring and fall. If you or someone you know may be interested in these opportunities to become a volunteer, please contact our office at
Click here for the Volunteer Form
Tri-county Animal Rescue Center
Volunteer at Tri-county Animal Rescue Center