A number of Anthem Country Club community volunteer opportunities are available for homeowners. Research shows that residents who serve as volunteers in their community are the most likely to stay long-term and are the best ambassadors to draw others to live and do businesses here, as well.
Communication: 1 volunteer. Experience in editing, marketing, social media, education or public relations helpful, but not required. New Country Club community homeowners are encouraged to apply.
Finance: 1 volunteer. Experience in banking, accounting or financial planning is preferred.
Gates, Property and Patrol: 1 volunteer. Experience in civil engineering, town/city physical plant administration or management preferred.
Lifestyle Enhancement: 1-2 volunteers. Working knowledge of governing documents and desire to maintain standards established in CC&Rs and Residential Design Guidelines. Experience in design, architecture or HOA oversight is a plus.
Policy: 1-2 volunteers. At least one-year residence required. Working knowledge of governing documents, Board and Committee practices, as well as experience in policy-making positions in non-profit and/or for-profit organizations including, but not limited to, homeowners’ associations preferred.
All interested candidates should apply, regardless of experience. To volunteer to serve one of the Committees, complete the Volunteer Application.
ACCCA Focus Groups
Volunteering to serve in a focus group is a great way to be involved in the community and involves only a small time commitment. Focus groups are used throughout the year to gauge feedback on readability of policies or communications, website organization, whether or not a specific campaign is working, etc.
The time varies by project but is generally approximately two to four hours. To maintain the integrity and objectivity of the review process, all focus group volunteers remain anonymous. An email invitation will be sent with details about a specific project under review and the time commitment involved. Residents can respond to the request to volunteer for projects that interest them the most.
To place your name on the list, contact the ACCCA staff with your name, telephone number and email address with the subject line “Focus Group.”
Anthem Neighborhood Watch
Anthem Neighborhood Watch (ANW) understands neighbors are the first line of defense in reducing crimes of opportunity and creating safe communities. ANW includes a neighborhood watch program for each neighborhood in Anthem, including those within the Country Club community.
Of the 32 neighborhoods in the Country Club community, fourteen have block and/or neighborhood captains at this time. Contact Anthem Neighborhood Watch to learn more about ANW roles and responsibilities or to volunteer to serve as a neighborhood or block captain.
ACCCA Board of Directors
ACCCA Board of Directors The call for candidates to serve on the ACCCA Board of Directors will take place in January 2017. Two seats will be open. Any interested candidates should contact the staff to learn about Board roles, responsibilities and requirements.
All interested homeowners are encouraged to volunteer for the ACCCA. Every person matters! View additional opportunities with the Anthem Community Council.