Wildfire Adapted Partnership Volunteer Time Report
The hours that you as a Neighborhood Ambassador spend on Wildfire Adapted activities is vital to the success of our program. This information helps us keep track of program outcomes, report out to our partners, and is used as an in-kind match on some of our grant applications. You can also use these hours as an in-kind match for grant applications for your neighborhood. As a Neighborhood Ambassador, you can enter your neighbor's hours or show them how to enter their own time.

Your time can include, but is not limited to time spent:

-educating neighbors

-traveling to and attending Wildfire Adapted Partnership meetings, Orientation, and workshops

-writing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP)

-presenting at an HOA/POA meeting

-grant writing

-coordinating mitigation projects (using grant money)

-preparing mailings

-walking your subdivision and discussing mitigation needs with any of our Wildfire Adapted Partnership partners and/or neighbors

-getting address signs

-Wildfire Adapted Partnership information on Web sites, blogs, and bulletin boards

-researching – CWPPs, mitigation standards, etc.

-updating contact info

-Time YOU (not a contractor) spend mitigating your property

We can also receive credit for your mileage so be sure to track your miles spent driving to meetings, renting mitigation equipment, etc. Estimates are fine.

Your time does not need to be entered by the day. You can put in a start date and in the comments sections, write a note like January – March hours, or 2013 hours, or whatever the case may be.

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