Serve on an Advisory Committee

​Community Action Agency
The Community Action Agency serves as an advisory body to the Lee County Board of County Commissioners on the planning, performance evaluation and public comment regarding:
  • Community Services Block Grant Action Plan
  • HUD Consolidated Plan
  • HUD Annual Action Plan
  • HUD Annual Performance Plan
  • Funding for projects within targeted neighborhood districts 

The Committee's recommendations shall be submitted to the Board, which may adopt, modify or amend them. 
CAA Application​​

​Committee Member Listing
Administrative Code 15-1
Meeting Agenda (April 14, 2022)
Meeting Agenda (June 9, 2022)
Meeting Agenda (November 17, 2022)
Meeting Agenda (April 27, 2023)
​Meeting Agenda (May 25, 2023)
​Meeting Agenda (August 29, 2023)
Meeting Agenda (October 24, 2023)
Meeting Agenda (December 19, 2023)
​Meeting Agenda (March 19, 2024)
Meeting Agenda (June 18, 2024)

The Veterans Advisory Committee serves as an advisory body to the Lee County Board of County Commissioners for the following purposes:
  • Acting as a liaison between the Board and Veterans Organizations
  • The coordination of services for Lee County Veterans, including identifying any gaps in services
  • Making recommendations on improving the availability of resources for Veterans in Lee County
  • Helping to unify organizations in communication of issues before local, state, and federal legislative bodies that affect Veterans, surviving spouses, and their family members
The Committee’s recommendations shall be submitted to the Board, which may adopt, modify, or amend them.

​Administrative Code AC-2-3
Meeting Agenda (July 10, 2024)

Volunteer with our Youth Services program


Volunteers represent the community by attending the NAB conference with the youth, youth's parent/guardian, victim, and other NAB volunteers to develop a case plan for the youth. To become a NAB volunteer, you must attend a training session to learn about the traditional juvenile court system versus the restorative justice system and learn how to put restorative justice principles into practice. An ​accountability board application must be submitted, along with passing a background check, and observing two conferences before you can participate. There is no set time commitment, you can volunteer as little as 2 hours a month. Anyone 14 years of age or older can volunteer with the NABs (youth need parental consent).

Accountability Board ApplicationCall (239) 533-7947Email

Upcoming Training Dates to be posted
NAB Volunteer Training InformationDetailed Accountability Board Volunteer Description

Volunteer with one of our partners

United Way Volunteer Opportunities

The United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee is a volunteer organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people in our community.

See current volunteer opportunities