volunteering in your community
A "volunteer" is one who freely gives of their time and talents to benefit a person, cause or organization. By volunteering in Anthem, you represent and promote the community as its voice. Some volunteer positions, especially those working with children, require a background check. Contact email@example.com with questions or to get started.
board of directors
The call for candidates to serve on the Anthem Community Council Board of Directors takes place in January of each year. Any interested candidates should contact the ACC staff to learn about Board roles and requirements.
Contact your HOA Community Manager to express interest in serving on an HOA Board.
Committees are composed of volunteer homeowners, supporting the Board of Directors. Each committee follows a charter and has a staff liaison. Some committees also prepare recommendations, reports and presentations for Board meetings. ACC committees include:
- Community Planning and Development Committee (CPDC)
- Economic Development Committee (EDC)
- Fiscal and Resource Management Committee (FaRMC)
- Utilities Panel - (2+ positions open)
youth advisory council
The Anthem Youth Advisory Council (AYAC) provides residents ages 12-18 yrs. with the opportunity to work with the ACC Board and staff to raise awareness about the ACC and develop leadership skills.
junior lifeguards/camp counselors
Youth ages 12-14 yrs. can volunteer as junior lifeguards/camp counselors in the summer. Must enroll in the Junior Lifeguard/Camp Counselor Program before you can volunteer. Check the Activity Guide for upcoming programs (usually offered late spring-early summer).
Neighbors are the first line of defense in reducing crimes of opportunity and creating safe communities. Anthem Neighborhood Watch (ANW) includes a neighborhood watch program for each neighborhood in Anthem. The goal is to have a block and/or neighborhood captain for each neighborhood in the community.
Contact Anthem Neighborhood Watch to learn more about ANW roles and responsibilities or to volunteer to serve as a neighborhood or block captain.