Volunteer Snow Shoveling Program for Low-Income Elderly and Disabled
The City of Highland Park offers a volunteer snow shoveling program designed to serve low-income elderly and disabled residents of Highland Park. Income-qualified individuals who are interested in receiving assistance from the Volunteer Snow Shoveling Program may register in advance by calling Jennifer Aiello at 847.432.4110. After a snowfall 2 inches or more, registered individuals may request assistance with shoveling the home’s driveway and walkway; every effort will be made to secure and dispatch a volunteer team to assist within 48 hours. The homeowner will be responsible for providing shovels, ice-melting materials, etc. (Snow blowers will not be allowed due to safety issues.) Volunteers and recipients are required to complete City liability waivers, prior to participation. For further information and to request service, please contact Jennifer Aiello, Social Services Coordinator at 847.432.4110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City's snow shoveling program relies on helping hands. If you are able and interested in volunteering to support the program by shoveling, please contact Jennifer Aiello at email@example.com.