Keep Fort Worth Beautiful
Keep Fort Worth Beautiful (KFWB) is an award-winning affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and Keep Texas Beautiful that has served our community for more than 40 years. Our mission is to educate and engage Fort Worth residents and businesses to take responsibility for improving their community environment.
KFWB has three goals:
- End Littering
- Improve Recycling
- Beautify Communities
We encourage all residents, businesses and visitors to become a volunteer to help prevent litter and make a difference in our community!
Nature Center & Refuge
Whether you enjoy being outdoors, learning more about the native plants and wildlife, sharing your love of nature with visitors of all ages, or caring for non-releasable education animals, we would love to find a way for you to make your mark at the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge.
Andrew "Doc" Session Community Center
Como Community Center
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center
North Tri-Ethnic Community Center
Northside Community Center
Southside Community Center
Park and Recreation
We are currently only accepting applications on a very limited basis. Please check back with us once the COVID 19 virus threat has passed.
If you are looking to serve during this state of emergency, please visit http://fortworthtexas.gov/COVID-19/volunteer/ to discover ways to help.
Chisholm Trail Community Center
Diamond Hill Community Center
Eugene McCray Community Center
Fire Station Community Center
Greenbriar Community Center
Handley Meadowbrook Community Center
Highland Hills Community Center
Hillside Community Center
Mobile Recreation Program
R.D. Evans Community Center
Riverside Community Center
Southwest Community Center
Sycamore Community Center
Thomas Place Community Center
Police Department - Citizens on Patrol
Thank you for your interest in Citizens on Patrol (COP)
Citizens on Patrol volunteers act as additional "eyes and ears" for the Fort Worth Police Department, within neighborhoods. Citizens volunteer time to actively patrol their neighborhoods to watch for and report suspicious and/or criminal activity. They receive training involving vehicle, bicycle, and foot patrol and the use of their radio. Volunteers choose the days and times they wish to patrol and they adhere to no fixed schedule.