After completing the online form to volunteer as a Cranberry Snow Angel, you will be paired with a nearby neighbor in need. The Township will contact you when you have been matched with a neighbor.
Winter storms and snow-covered sidewalks can be hazardous. Cranberry Snow Angels is a program designed to help minimize the difficulties of snow storms by matching community volunteers with elderly or disabled residents to assist with snow removal.
It’s important to Cranberry Township to foster community relations with residents. The Cranberry Snow Angels program will assist residents in their time of need after snow storms pass.
Snow Angels will be partnered with residents to remove snow and help keep sidewalks and driveways safer for everyone.
The application for Snow Angel volunteers opens November 13, and the application for requests opens November 20. The program runs from December 1 until the last snowstorm of the season.
To request volunteer assistance, please complete the online form. To receive snow removal assistance, a resident must have a physical disability or be age 60 or older. A resident seeking volunteer assistance must lack alternative snow removal resources and be a resident of Cranberry Township.
Your patience is appreciated as we locate a volunteer to assist with your snow removal needs. Once we locate a volunteer, we will be in contact with you. Volunteer assistance in the Snow Angels program is dependent on volunteer availability. Requests may pause while we wait for additional volunteers to sign up.