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Virtual Opportunities (125,255 volunteers needed)
  • COVID-19 PHYSICIAN VOLUNTEER GROUP. FACE MASK & PPE - PUBLIC HEALTH (REMOTE))

    with Medwiser

    Medwiser & it's founder, Dr. Michael Morgenstern, are looking for a select group of physicians to work alongside us to advance public policy that can help save lives in the United States and World from the current pandemic. Expert consensus is strongly growing regarding public policy for facemasks. We need your urgent help to support the CDC & WHO make recommendations that advocate for facemask policies that also protect PPE for healthcare workers. 3/31/20: Dr. Anthony Fauci, director NIH NIAID: Mask-wearing recommendation under 'very serious consideration’ 3/28/2020: "PPE needs to be reserved for health care workers" and "Emerging evidence that asymptomatic transmission is possible...everyone should be encouraged to wear nonmedical fabric face masks" -National Coronavirus Response A ROAD MAP TO REOPENING -Scott Gottlieb MD & Marc McClellan MD PHD (2 former FDA commissioners) -Caitlin Rivers, PHD & Crystal Watson, Dr.PH (2 Professors @ John Hopkins Center Health Security) -Laren Silvis, JD, (Chief of Staff FDA, formerly deputy center director FDA) We will ask you to join our Facebook group ASAP and help grow our group of physicians to help advance leading expert opinion and sound public health policy. Time: Can be as much as you like or as you like or you can choose to only take part by interacting on Facebook. Role: Collaborate & Get our information in the hands of those who can execute. When: Right now. We are working around the clock with other volunteers. Experience: Minimum: MD with Facebook Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, A few minutes...is fine.... This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • COVID-19 PHYSICIAN VOLUNTEER GROUP. FACE MASK & PPE - PUBLIC HEALTH & PUBLIC POLICY FOR CORONAVIRUS

    with Medwiser

    Medwiser & it's founder, Dr. Michael Morgenstern, are looking for a select group of physicians to work alongside us to advance public policy that can help save lives in the United States and World from the current pandemic. Expert consensus is strongly growing regarding public policy for facemasks. We need your urgent help to support the CDC & WHO make recommendations that advocate for facemask policies that also protect PPE for healthcare workers. 3/31/20: Dr. Anthony Fauci, director NIH NIAID: Mask-wearing recommendation under 'very serious consideration’ 3/28/2020: "PPE needs to be reserved for health care workers" and "Emerging evidence that asymptomatic transmission is possible...everyone should be encouraged to wear nonmedical fabric face masks" -National Coronavirus Response A ROAD MAP TO REOPENING -Scott Gottlieb MD & Marc McClellan MD PHD (2 former FDA commissioners) -Caitlin Rivers, PHD & Crystal Watson, Dr.PH (2 Professors @ John Hopkins Center Health Security) -Laren Silvis, JD, (Chief of Staff FDA, formerly deputy center director FDA) We will ask you to join our Facebook group ASAP and help grow our group of physicians to help advance leading expert opinion and sound public health policy. Time: Can be as much as you like or as you like or you can choose to only take part by interacting on Facebook. Role: Collaborate & Get our information in the hands of those who can execute. When: Right now. We are working around the clock with other volunteers. Experience: Minimum: MD with Facebook Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, A few minutes...is fine.... This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Help Families in Crisis - St. Cloud Crisis Nursery Phone Line Volunteer

    In order to volunteer for this opportunity, you MUST live in Central Minnesota. Join our team and volunteer to staff the crisis line for the St. Cloud Crisis Nursery. You create your own schedule and work as many hours as you are available during the hours listed below. Calls will be forwarded to your cell phone. Training and resources are available to make the volunteer experience comfortable and clear. A background check is required. You can choose from available shifts between the hours of: Monday - Thursday 5:00 pm - 8:00 am Friday from 5:00 pm - Monday at 8:00 am Thanks for your support.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Can you Sew? Masks Needed

    Boundless is in need of masks for our staff that work directly with the people we serve. We would like to suggest the pattern here - https://anest.ufl.edu/clinical-divisions/alternative-n95-mask-production/ Note: We are not the hospital and therefore do not provide fabric- sorry We do like this pattern best :) Please use what you have available- Thank you! These can be sent to: Boundless In Care Of: The Advancement Team 445 E. Dublin Granville Rd. Bldg. G Worthington, OH 43085 We appreciate you taking the time to make these masks for our workers! You are the heart and soul of the world!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • WordPress Website Developer / Coder Needed ASAP For LGBTQ Arts Organization

    We are seeking an experienced WordPress website developer/coder volunteer for an exciting opportunity to assist an arts-focused, Pittsburgh, PA-based, non-profit doing work on a National level. Arts Out Loud is the ONLY LGBTQ arts organization that offers quality programming and scholarships for young people in the US, not sponsored by a school. Our mission is to empower and educate LGBTQ young people pursuing a career in film, theater, dance or music by awarding scholarships to the college/university of their choice. We are passionate about connecting local students with acclaimed artists to inspire them to believe in themselves and to further their arts education and career. What we need: Someone to help us update and maintain our WooCommerce store on our WordPress based website as well as some theme changes. We're going through a rebrand and need a new, fresh look! If this fits your experience please contact us! Thanks! PLEASE BE BASED IN THE UNITED STATES. PLEASE be WELL-VERSED in WordPress - Themes & Plugins

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Foster Care Youth Mentors

    Mentors are needed to assist foster youth as they transition from high school to college. Transitioning youth in foster care may not have permanence in their placement so have no real support system for guidance into adulthood. The Community Connections Youth Program (CCYP) is searching for mentors to fulfill roles in walking beside youth who need support, guidance and someone they can count on during a very vulnerable time in their life. Your contributions can make a seemingly insurmountable feat become obtainable in the mind of an abused and neglected child. If this is for you, please contact elizabeth@mofosteradopt.com to start the process of becoming a youth mentor. We serve a 13 county area and will open mentorship to the following counties: Miller, Morgan, Camden, Cole, Boone, Callaway, Audrain, Maries, Phelps, Laclede, Osage, Moniteau & Pulaski

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Curriculum Project Manager

    POSITION TITLE: Curriculum Project Manager DEPARTMENT: Curriculum Design and Development (CDD) REPORTS TO: Executive Director of Curriculum OBJECTIVE: In our pursuit to make quality education accessible around the world, the School Group (SG) is seeking a Curriculum Project Manager to join our team! In this role you will oversee curriculum projects, support the instructional design and development of courses, and support faculty by facilitating instructional training. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Curriculum Development Present and make recommendations regarding course design, technology, and instruction delivery options. Define instructional, learning, or performance objectives. Develop instructional materials and products for technology-based redesign of courses, including syllabi, instructional guides, graphics, assessments and interactive media elements. Design learning products, including Web-based aids or electronic performance support systems. Provide analytical support for the design and development of training curricula, learning strategies, educational policies, or courseware standards. Partner with multiple constituents such as Curriculum Committees, Program Advisory Committees, faculty, and subject matter experts to develop and launch new programs. Research new technologies and learning initiatives to inform existing and future program offerings. Training Design, develop and facilitate faculty training in the use of instructional technology tools as it relates to SG’s program offerings. Compliance and Accreditation Evaluate curriculum to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and program accreditation standards. Ensure continued understanding of accreditation obligations through ongoing professional development and training. Project Management Oversee planning and execution of multiple projects on time and within budget. Define project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholder and appropriate allocation of resources. Develop mechanism to track project progress; prepare status reports for the Executive Leadership Team. Position Functions Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, this position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you may be required to perform. The omission of specific descriptions of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or can be considered essential to this position. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The successful candidate should have: Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, or related field. Two years’ experience in curriculum development/instructional design, preferably in higher education. Experience in educational/instructional technology software, eLearning technology platforms, web conference tools, and multimedia development software. An in-depth knowledge of learning theory and instructional design models. Experienced in selecting training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for learning objectives. Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects. Demonstrated understanding of trends in technology and education. Excellent project management and problem-solving skills. Adept in both, long term planning and day to day progress tracking and execution. Prior success in taking ownership and delivering results, including delivering large scale projects end to end, through the entire life-cycle. Active listening skills. Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. The ability to communicate information and ideas in writing and speaking so others will understand. The ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others. Availability to attend meetings and training events, which may include travel. E-learning/distance education experience preferred. Who is School Group? School Group (SG) is a startup international non-profit developing a cutting-edge global e-learning platform that will allow students around the world to connect for peer-to-peer collaborative learning and skills development - improving the accessibility and quality of education, while transforming lives and impacting future success. We need talented people to help us make our vision a reality. So, if you believe in the power of education, international development and community service - and have the time, skills and know-how to match - we want you as a School Group volunteer. Why Volunteer with Us? We are a community of people from different parts of the world who share a common belief in improving education which will eventually reduce poverty and improve the quality of life and living conditions globally. Volunteering with us will enable you to build your resume and gain invaluable experience in a supportive environment. In the USA, School Group is a Certifying Organization, offering the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) to eligible volunteers. School Group will provide a letter of recommendation to all volunteers who are able to showcase outstanding performance for professional references. Other Information This is a volunteer position. There will be no financial compensation. Our organization is 100% volunteer run. We welcome volunteers located anywhere in the world, as long as they can connect reliably to the internet. To apply: Please email your resume to apply@schoolgroup.org. We would love to hear from you!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Curriculum Developer

    POSITION TITLE: Curriculum Developer DEPARTMENT: Research and Development REPORTS TO: Senior Director of eLearning OBJECTIVE: A K-12 curriculum developer can work with one or several public or private schools to ensure that all teaching material is effective and that it meets state education standards. Because of the necessary licensing and educational background, most curriculum developers work in either elementary or secondary education. As a curriculum developer, you’ll spend your time meeting administrators, reviewing student test data, observing teachers in the classroom and occasionally instructing teachers on new instructional methods. In some cases, you may also be responsible for selecting specific textbooks based on the curriculum you designed or for writing grant proposals. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Analyze student test data Review and recommend textbooks and other educational materials Observe work of teaching staff to evaluate performance, and to recommend changes that could strengthen teaching skills Recommend teaching techniques and the use of different or new technologies Develop procedures for teachers to implement curriculum Train teachers and other instructional staff in new content or programs Mentor or coach teachers to improve their skills Position Functions Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, this position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you may be required to perform. The omission of specific descriptions of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or can be considered essential to this position. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The successful candidate should have: You may specialize in a particular grade level, such as elementary or high school, or specific subjects, such as language arts or math. Master’s degree with typical study time of 6 years Analytical skills to examine student test data and make recommendations for improvement in curriculum and teaching Effective writing skills Good interpersonal skills to establish effective working relationships with teachers and school administrators Creativity - able to think of new ways to engage students Leadership skills to coach teachers on effective instructional strategies Why Volunteer With Us? We are a community of people from different parts of the world who share a common belief in improving education which will eventually reduce poverty and improve the quality of life and living conditions globally. Volunteering with us will enable you to build your resume and gain invaluable experience in a supportive environment. In USA, School Group is a Certifying Organization, offering the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) to eligible volunteers. School Group will provide a letter of recommendation to all volunteers who are able to showcase outstanding performance for professional references. Other information This is a volunteer position. There will be no financial compensation. Our organization is 100% volunteer run. We welcome volunteers located anywhere in the world, as long as they can connect reliably to the internet. To apply: Please email your resume to apply@schoolgroup.org. We would love to hear from you!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Director of Learning and Development

    POSITION TITLE: Director of Learning and Development DEPARTMENT: Learning & Development REPORTS TO: CEO OBJECTIVE: The Director of Learning and Development is responsible for the development, editing, quality control, and production of the curricula, as well as management of the SG Curriculum and Teacher Development within the Research & Development Department. This position is charged with providing leadership for the School Group Curriculum and Professional Development (CPD) programs. This includes the planning, development and production of curriculum materials, processes and best practices that are evaluated and acknowledged to be highly effective in improving student outcomes. Additionally, this position is responsible for the management of employees and processes used in the CAS Professional Development program and the CAS Instruction/ Assessment Database. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Participate in the development and evaluation of new curriculum. Conduct research and consult with faculty, staff and business representatives in the design and development of new curriculum. Coordinate the review/assessment of current curriculum to ensure that course/program is meeting intended objectives and requirements. Prepare instructional material for printing and develop outlines with the necessary basic detail to direct instruction. Develop and maintain research database that may be utilized to develop and review curriculum. Use evaluations and data to make recommendations for how to improve and edit curricula on an annual basis. Develop curricular goals and outlines for new curriculum and curriculum updates. Identify and lead a team of teachers who will assist in curriculum development. Actively pursue opportunities to continue to learn best practices in curriculum writing through research, professional development, and other learning opportunities. Professional Development for Teachers Identify guest speakers and trainers on topic, and develop activities that will train teachers academic content and in best practices in education. Aggressively pursue opportunities to learn best practices in teacher professional development through research, professional development, and other learning opportunities. Provide in-class support and coaching to teachers using designated curricula, including coaching on teacher strategies, help connecting to outside speakers on resources, and assistance in leading classroom activities and lessons. Position Functions Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, this position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you may be required to perform. The omission of specific descriptions of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or can be considered essential to this position. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The successful candidate should have: Knowledge of current techniques and procedures used in the design and development of curriculum. Good computer (Microsoft office) and presentation skills. Ability to communicate effectively both oral and written; research, develop, present, and promote projects; work independently; prioritize work and meet deadlines. Knowledge of curriculum and instruction Ability to evaluate instructional programs and teaching effectiveness Ability to manage budget and personnel Ability to implement policy and procedures Ability to interpret data Strong communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills Demonstrate use of appropriate and effective techniques to encourage community and parent involvement. Considerable knowledge of current literature, trends, and developments in the field. Considerable knowledge of the principles of supervision, organization and administration. Ability to develop long term goals and objectives. Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of programs and make recommendations for improvements. Ability to provide leadership and to supervise the planning, development and establishment of new, modified and/or improved programs. Ability to mentor and train new teachers, ability to hold high standards while also offering support and maintaining positive relationships. Knowledge of Slingerland, Lindamood-Bell, Language, and Making Math Real programs. Minimum: Bachelor’s degree and teaching certification, preferably associated with Special Education Preferred: Master’s degree in Education Administration or in Curriculum & Instruction Five years, including a minimum of two years in program/curriculum development; at least two year’s experience managing or supervising others. Who is School Group? School Group (SG) is a startup international non-profit developing a cutting-edge global e-learning platform that will allow students around the world to connect for peer-to-peer collaborative learning and skills development - improving the accessibility and quality of education, while transforming lives and impacting future success. We need talented people to help us make our vision a reality. So, if you believe in the power of education, international development and community service - and have the time, skills and know-how to match - we want you as a School Group volunteer. Why Volunteer With Us? We are a community of people from different parts of the world who share a common belief in improving education which will eventually reduce poverty and improve the quality of life and living conditions globally. Volunteering with us will enable you to build your resume and gain invaluable experience in a supportive environment. In the USA, School Group is a Certifying Organization, offering the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) to eligible volunteers. School Group will provide a letter of recommendation to all volunteers who are able to showcase outstanding performance for professional references. Other information This is a volunteer position. There will be no financial compensation. Our organization is 100% volunteer run. We welcome volunteers located anywhere in the world, as long as they can connect reliably to the internet. To apply: Please email your resume to apply@schoolgroup.org. We would love to hear from you!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Grant Writer Internship

    with FACTR

    Unpaid internship for grant-writer in mental health agency for the benefit of refugees and immigrants for forensic mental health training grants,childhood initiatives, sustainable land-use, community gardening for elder immigrants. Job Duties: 1. P repare grant proposals, beginning by performing research. 2. D evelop proposals, familiarize with FACTR's programs, goals and financial needs. 3. Look into potential funding sources. 4. Compile all the information needed, compose and send the proposals. 5. Maintain records to track the proposals, provide any additional information requested by grant-making organization. Educational Requirements: 1.A bachelor's degree in communications, English, professional writing or a similar major, college students are encouraged to apply. 2. Outstanding grammar and research skills are essential. 3. Certificates in grant writing that complement a bachelor's degree or graduate programs in nonprofit management preferred. 4.Need skills to meet tight deadlines, and have the ability to do extensive research.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Be a Best Buddy!

    Best Buddies Citizens is a community-based adult friendship program, that pairs people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in one-to-one friendships. This free, social program provides opportunities for volunteers to connect and form friendships with individuals outside of their typical social circles. Everyone wishing to be matched must fill out an online application, background check and meet with staff for an interview. Matches are made based on age, interests and proximity. Volunteers are paired for a full calendar year and expected to communicate with their match once a week and meet up twice a month. The Best Buddies office host monthly social events for the entire group, in and around Washington D.C. Staff check in regularly to see how friendships are going, offering guidance and training when needed. Too apply follow the link below and select "Capital Region: Northern Virginia and DC (Falls Church, VA)." Membership Application: https://www.bestbuddiesonline.org/Citizens/CitizensMemberApplication.aspx

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Public Relations - COVID-19-Coronavirus-

    with Medwiser

    Medwiser & it's founder, Dr. Morgenstern, are looking for a select group of capable executives to volunteer alongside us to help save the United States and World from the current pandemic. What we can offer: We feel can guide health officials and the public to stop the spread of disease and save millions of lives. When: Right now. We are working around the clock Role: Get our information in the hands of those who can execute Experience: Minimum: 2+ years of full-time experience in similar role to the advertised position Job Types: Full-time, Part-time This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • COVID-19 in Seattle: Make Face Masks for Homeless and Low-Income Individuals from Home

    Marked as "ground zero" of the COVID-19 pandemic, Seattle is home to thousands of homeless and low-income individuals who need face masks to help prevent from contracting and spreading the deadly virus. With the CDC advising that masks be worn while in public, those living outside and/or without permanent shelter do not have the safe option to stay indoors. If you know how to sew, please help Real Change make a tremendous, direct impact on the lives of those living without shelter by making do-it-yourself face masks from home and mailing them to our office at Real Change, 219 1st Ave. S., Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98104. Easy to follow tutorials on how to make homemade face masks can be found online, including: Beginners Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JGQv1hnuH0 Video Tutorial:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8OyV15ua24 CDC instructions: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html FAQ Homemade Face Masks: https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04/07/answers-your-diy-face-mask-questions-including-what-material-you-should-use/?arc404=true If you would like to join this volunteer opportunity or have any questions at all, please reply to this post or email volunteer@realchangenews.org for further details. About Real Change: Founded in 1994, the Real Change Homeless Empowerment Project is an award-winning nonprofit newspaper that provides immediate employment opportunity to homeless and low-income people throughout the Pacific Northwest. Highly regarded as the leading street newspaper in North America, Real Change provides a low-barrier employment opportunity to an average of 250 homeless and low-income individuals each month while challenging the structures that create poverty. We envision a just, caring and inclusive community, where people are no longer marginalized by racism and classism and have the means to live with dignity. To read more about the Real Change Vendors who earn income by selling the street newspaper, please read profiles published at https://www.realchangenews.org/vendor-profiles

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Send an uplifting note (letters, card, art) to people with developmental disabilities.

    Sertoma consumers love getting mail! If you're a volunteer with a message of support and kindness, please help us by writing a quick card or letter with that positive message. You can also send artwork (sketches, paintings, photographs)! Anything you think will brighten a consumer's day. Be creative, have fun, and share positive vibes. Consumers really enjoy getting mail and an encouraging note would go a long way. Please mail or drop off items to: Sertoma Centre, Inc. -Attention Adam Harold- 4343 West 123rd Street Alsip, IL 60803 For more details contact Volunteer Services Manager Adam Harold at 708.730.6208 or aharold@sertomacentre.org -Thank you for your generosity!- We hope you and your family are staying safe and staying well.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Volunteer Book Interior Designer Needed

    World Stage Press is looking for a Graphic Designer who is proficient in interior book layouts. We are looking for someone who has skills in Adobe Indesign to layout books of poetry. You would typically layout between 1-2 books a month alongside a team of other graphic designers. Must be willing to come in to work out of our office in Leimert Park twice a week. This is an opportunity for design experience while increasing your personal network as an inspiring designer. Freelance, Students, or Professionals Designers are welcomed. To be clear: this position is for someone who is experienced in or has an interest in working on the interior layout of poetry books and novels. Working on the overall layout of the book as well as the font/typography. Requirements: - InDesign - Illustrator - Photoshop - knowledge of Print & Press - Knowledge of Crop & Bleed Marks Please Contact Community Literature Initiative for more information communitylitla@gmail.com worldstagepress@gmail.com

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Project Better Together

    We are asking the community to help brighten the day of Broadscope consumers! Broadscope Disability Services continues to provide services to individuals with disabilities on a daily basis. However, the daily routines of our consumers have radically changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the outlets for socialization for our consumers have been eliminated. The Broadscope team is hoping community members can share encouraging messages through letters, cards and pictures. We are better together! You can send letters to the address below: Broadscope Disability Services Project Better Together 6102 W. Layton Ave. Greenfield, WI 53220

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Virtual Reading Coaches

    with RSVP

    Just 30 minutes once a week from any computer or smartphone can help a 1st through 3rd grader learn to develop their emerging reading skills. Student and volunteer read together online.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Share Your Passion!

    You can positively impact youth from the comfort of your own home. We are looking for members of the community to share their passion/life skills with our Club Members. The process is simple: brainstorm ideas, submit a proposal, and create content. Based on your personal preference, these videos can either be pre-recorded instructions or a live interactive presentation.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Children's book illustrator

    This is a wonderful opportunity for an illustrator to be a part of this children's book with Moozie the cow. There is a need for 20 illustrations done in a whimsical style. The book has a focus on kindness. If interested send me a couple samples of your work and we can talk further.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Sew Masks and Send Cards for a Cause

    Brookdale Senior Living is looking for community members to make masks and send cards to lonely seniors in your community. We have hundreds of locations across the country. You can find a location to deliver masks or cards to by going to brookdale.com. Please contact Nate Gustafson at ngustafson@brookdale.com for more information! For crafty volunteers in Denver, we are also looking for a team who can make Bereavement Bears for families who have loved ones who died with our services. Check out this video for bear info - https://youtu.be/TdW8j27YkIw

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Help Meals on Wheels from home in response to COVID-19! Donate masks for our delivery volunteers!

    Remote Meals on Wheels Volunteers needed! With face masks in short supply and rightly being prioritized for medical personnel, we are accepting donated face masks that can be worn by our volunteers. Whether you have extra commercially produced masks or would like to make your own, this is a great way you can help keep our volunteers and meal recipients safe during this pandemic. If you’re interested in making your own, check out this step-by-step guide, or, feel free to follow whatever pattern you prefer. You can check out the CDC for pattern recommendations and more information regarding face coverings and masks. Where to drop off donated face masks: 1. All donations can be dropped at the loading dock at the Meals on Wheels Kitchen of Opportunities 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday. The kitchen is at 3025 4th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN. 2. Once you’ve dropped them off, give the kitchen a call at 612-767-0205 to let them know to pick them up. If you have any questions about donating face masks, please reach out to Anita at Anita@Meals-on-wheels.com. Thank you, and stay healthy!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Blogger - Writer

    We are a small 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit seeking to find the right candidate(s) to fulfill the following role(s): Writers & Bloggers Needed Monthly Newsletter Contributor or Newsletter Writer (shared responsibility) We need you to: - Submit content that will be fresh, smart and engaging to our online community. -Express trustworthy and honest viewpoints in an engaging way to attract traffic to ECC’s website - Provide local communities with the interesting and helpful information in the following subjects- Conservation & Wildlife Education Watershed Information Did you know facts for conservation and wildlife rescue Raptor and Birds of Prey Volunteerism & Philanthropy We are seeking someone who is passionate about our cause and hopefully someone who will become a permanent part of our team. P.S. Don't forget to LIKE US on Facebook

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Earth Day Fundraiser from home

    Eco Urban Gardens is facing a difficult time right now as our school programs are shut down for the rest of the year. This has caused funding to dry up in certain areas and put two of our teachers out of work. In order to make sure there is enough funding to cover teacher salaries for summer months and fall of 2020 we need to raise $10,000. I have created a fundraising campaign to highlight Earth Day on April 22nd. The fundraiser will include gifts to accompany donations which can be mailed to your location. All donation amount are suggestions and any amount donated is appreciated. Our Executive Director and myself (Program Manager) are working hard applying for grants every day to make sure we are covered for next year. We are asking the online community to help spread the word. To participate simply forward the fundraising campaign email to as many contacts as you can and post about the fundraising campaign on your social media. We have about 800 people on our mailing list but need to reach a lot more in order to make this a successful campaign.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Virtual Volunteering

    We are seeking volunteers who will help us stay connected to the families we serve. Calls need to be made, social media blasts are helpful, and we'd love to hear a video of your testimonial on why you chose to volunteer with us, or even just a photo and a few paragraphs would do. Any content you'd like to contribute will be reviewed by our marketing team and posted to all of our social sites. Here are some things you can do to help: Provide videos telling the public why you choose CMFCAA and what our organization means to you. We would use these as testimonials for recruitment of volunteers. Don’t want to do a video? Write a couple paragraphs and submit a photo instead. Research state and local agency websites throughout our 13 county service area looking for events, resources, articles, website links, anything that may provide us with resources for the families we serve. Think about the needs of low-income families: food, clothing, shelter, medical, mental health, and any children's services... Building a resource library per county is an essential task to keeping our services active. Become a social media promoter for CMFCAA by posting information about events, volunteers and & opportunities, donors and sponsors, and other ongoings with approved media photos and tags.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Housing is key for health- use your financial skills to support seniors in Delano

    You can support Delano seniors maintain dignified, affordable housing. Join the Community Advisory Board at Delano Commons, a senior housing community, and use your financial skills to fulfill an important regulatory function by review and approving the property's audit. Each Community Advisory Board consists of a simple annual meeting. Each meeting is typically scheduled on a weekday, between April and June, during business hours. Meetings typically take 30 - 60 minutes. Delano Commons is located at 1460 St Peter Ave E, Delano, MN. Out of respect for social distancing, this year's meetings will be held remotely. Visit our website to learn more and apply. www.commonbond.org/volunteer

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Fabric Masks Desparately Needed for Hospice Nurses

    If you can sew and are able to donate fabric face masks we are in desperate need of them! Please send any masks that you can to Grace Hospice Cincinnati c/o Shelby Duncan 4850 Smith Road Ste 100c Cincinnati, OH 45212 Instructions: Video of how to make the mask (washable surgical mask): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tBg0Os5FWQhttps://www.courierpress.com/story/news/2020/03/18/coronavirus-deaconess-ask-public-provide-medical-face-masks/2865273001/ Needs: Tightly-woven cotton fabric 9" X 6", need two for each mask. Wash material in bleach and detergent prior to cutting out the 9" X 6" pieces of material 7" pieces of 1/4 inch elastic, need two for each mask 4" pipe cleaner for bridge of nose, it would be placed in the top seam. Not part of the video Thread Wash material prior to sewing, then wash mask prior to placing in Ziploc bag. Thank you in advance!!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Mentors Needed

    TORI Has created a faith-based team of professionally trained and experienced volunteers who serves as a positive role models to coach clients on the road to healthy living. We offer pre and post release mentors to our clients. Training will be provided.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • COVID-19: Create Care Packages for Homeless and Low-Income Individuals in Seattle

    Marked as "ground zero" of the COVID-19 pandemic, Seattle is home to thousands of homeless and low-income individuals. Among this vulnerable population are Real Change Vendors, who work hard selling the award-winning weekly newspaper to their customers on the streets of Seattle. Homeless and low-income vendors depend on the income they earn from selling the newspaper to purchase critical daily needs such as food, warm clothing, and fees required to sleep in some shelters. Amid the pandemic and stay-at-home order, their income source has vanished. Without this income and with many vendors not having the option to stay indoors, they face the added struggle of affording and attaining high-demand items that could help keep them healthy and prevent them contracting and spreading the virus. With the much needed help of tremendous volunteers like you, we can provide Care Packages that include essential items for those living without shelter during the pandemic. Getting creative, individual care packages can be created using anything from a gallon-sized or sandwich-sized bag, reusable wide mouth water bottles, nylon drawstring backpacks, or paper lunch or gift bags. High demand items to add inside of the package, at your discretion, include: Non-perishable food and snacks that are individually packaged and easily eaten without access to a microwave or stove, such as protein and granola bars (soft), "just add water" instant meals like macaroni, rice, or ramen, crackers, chips, beef jerky or sticks, dried fruit, and more. Mini bottled drinks such as water or gatorade, or tea bags or instant coffee Cough drops "Emergen-C" or Vitamin C packets to add to water "On the Go" Advil of two capsules per package Socks (adult) Knitted Gloves (adult, unisex) Thermometers Toothbrush and toothpaste Deodorant Wet Ones (or any brand of antibacterial wipes) Clorox Wipes Tissues Disposable gloves Wash cloths Emergency thermal blankets Once you have created your desired amount of individual Care Packages, you can simply put them in a box and mail them to our office at Real Change, 219 1st Ave. S., Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98104 for distribution. If you would like to join this volunteer opportunity or have any questions at all, please reply to this post or email Katie at volunteer@realchangenews.org for further details. About Real Change: Founded in 1994, the Real Change Homeless Empowerment Project is an award-winning nonprofit newspaper that provides immediate employment opportunity to homeless and low-income people throughout the Pacific Northwest. Highly regarded as the leading street newspaper in North America, Real Change provides a low-barrier employment opportunity to an average of 250 homeless and low-income individuals each month while challenging the structures that create poverty. We envision a just, caring and inclusive community, where people are no longer marginalized by racism and classism and have the means to live with dignity. To read more about the Real Change Vendors who earn income by selling the street newspaper, please read profiles published at https://www.realchangenews.org/vendor-profiles

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Seeking High School Student Volunteers to be Academic Tutors

    We are a nonprofit organization seeking high school volunteers who are academically qualified and passionate about helping others to provide free online academic tutoring services for kids. All lessons will be held on Zoom, and each tutor will be paired with multiple kids based on academic subject and personality. You will be booking your own lessons, so the timing is flexible and up to you. All of your hours will count towards your actual volunteer hours and it can also count towards the Presidential Service Award. To apply, head to the link tinyurl.com/jcgatutor. Description of our tutoring program: During this COVID-19 crisis, we know a lot of schools have shut down and this is detrimental for the academic and educational growth of students. Our organization is offering free online tutoring for kids ages 5-17 in any school subject. We are high school/college students who are academically qualified: we have taken many AP classes with high GPA averages, and we have been vetted to make sure we are up to par with teaching standards. If you know of any students in the Bay Area who might be interested in taking these free online tutoring lessons, you can direct them to juniorcoachgolf.org to register an account and email us at info@juniorcoachgolf.org to sign up. (We used to teach free golf lessons, but now we are shifting to online tutoring school subjects because we feel it is more essential currently.)

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Letters of hope & encouraging cards needed!

    Seva Hospice is looking for individuals to write encouraging cards, letters or send art to our patients who are facing a life-limiting illness. During this time of increased isolation due to Covid-19 safety precautions, our patients would benefit greatly from a letter penned with kindness. If you can help with this please send your letters, cards, creations to: Seva Hospice C/O Bernice Hammond 5330 Pirrone Rd, Ste 302 Salida, CA 95368

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Be Someones Reason to Smile!-Encouragement Cards/Letters Needed

    Boundless works with people that have intellectual and developmental disabilities . Like healthcare workers, our Direct Service Professionals (DSP's) and Center-based staff cannot work from home as they care for the very people Boundless serves. Would you be willing to write a note of encouragement to our Staff? We thank you in advance for spreading cheer during this time! Dear Boundless Professional, Get creative- Email them to events@iamboundless.org or mail them to: Boundless In care of : The Advancement Team 445 E. Dublin Granville Rd Building G Worthington, OH 43085

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE (VITA)

    Thank you for your interest in this opportunity with Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). I know we have a place for you. Note: The 2020 Filing Season has been extended to July 15. Due to the COVID-19, we now offer service virtually, with no face-to-face contact. We need your help. This opportunity is for volunteers located in West Virginia only. If you are not in West Virginia, please go to the following secure website for more information and a VITA Volunteer Sign-Up sheet for your location. https://www.irs.gov/individuals/volunteer-in-your-community You can make a difference. Our VITA volunteers use software to prepare and file tax returns at no charge for people with low-to-moderate incomes, veterans, the disabled, the elderly, and people with English as a second language. We work hard to claim for them every tax benefit they deserve. No prior tax or accounting experience is required, but may be helpful. Training is provided. We have VITA sites/locations sponsored by partner organizations throughout West Virginia. Please contact Cassel Pulliam at william.c.pulliam@irs.gov or 304-561-3045. Welcome to VITA !

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Help Serve Kids as a e-Mentoring Sports Coach in the Greater Chicago Area.

    Take the lead in supporting young people in ongoing one-on-one and group mentoring relationships. Serve as a mentor or e-mentor with a goal of being a positive role model and building trust with youth by participating in athletic (Basketball, eSports, Cheer and Dance) practices and competitions together. You'll have the opportunity to strive for mutual respect, foster self-esteem and motivation with kids from the Chicagoland area of Illinois. Volunteers or interns have the opportunity to help as a head coach, assistant coach, team manager or serve in other support roles with our sports fraternity. Are you up for the task?

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Copywriter/Web Content Specialist

    with FACTR

    Objective: We are looking for passionate individuals who believe in our mission. The Copywriter/Website Content Specialist creates web-site content to promote FACTR's programs and services by presenting information in an appealing, informative, concise and easy-to-understand manner to raise awareness by performing the following duties. Essential Functions: Creates/Maintains/Updates new website pages/sections to reflect current FACTR programs and services Develops and maintains a library of current reference materials. Proofreads and edits as necessary. Considers copyright laws such as registered and trademarked symbols, country of origin, and material construction. Assists other program and service staff on other projects as needed. Required Education & Experience Bachelor's degree or pursuing current coursework in Information Systems, Computer Science, Programming, or Communications Excellent written and verbal communication, presentation, and editing skills Previous experience as a copywriter/website content specialist preferred Experience in web development field and managing digital content Strong organization skills with emphasis on being conscientious and detail-oriented Demonstrated ability to prioritize, multi-task, and work with minimal supervision in a team environment. We are looking for volunteers who believe in our mission and are willing to commit at least 10 hours a week for minimum six months. If this is something that interests you then please send us your resume.

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Enhance your life by enhancing and making a difference in the lives of our Hospice Patients!

    Solstice Hospice & Palliative Care is looking for dedicated and supportive volunteers. Experience the gratifying feeling of contributing to the lives of others as you provide emotional support & companionship during one of the most important times in someone’s life. Only a few hours out of your week can make a limitless difference to a terminally ill patient and their family. Hospice volunteers travel to where the patient lives, which may be either a home or a facility in the Ogden , Salt Lake Valley and surrounding areas. Hospice Volunteers can do anything from helping out with yard work, to simply sitting with the patient to provide caregivers with a break. Training will be provided and includes: - Communication Skills - Exploring issues of grief and loss - End of life care and comfort - Goals and philosophy of Hospice Please email Carlos - carlos@solsticehc.com for further information!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Support Families in King County during COVID-19

    https://www.childrenshomesociety.org/donate In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many families who were already food-insecure now find themselves with children out of school - children who ordinarily received more than half of their daily nutrition at school through free and reduced-price meals. These families often make trade-offs with other living expenses and employ coping strategies to secure such household items as toilet paper, toothpaste, soap, or disposable diapers. Children’s Home Society of Washington is dedicated to helping these families now more than ever. Consider donating today to support our efforts to help families in need in King County. Suggested Donations: Fred Meyer, QFC, Safeway Gift cards between $25-$100 Diapers sizes 3 - 6 Baby Wipes Baby Formula Toilet Paper Cleaning Supplies Hand Sanitizer Non-perishable Food Items: Canned fish Canned chicken or other meats Canned beans Dried beans Canned soups and stews Peanut butter Nuts Canned chili Trail mix Rice (especially whole grain) Oatmeal Pasta (especially whole grain) Diced tomatoes Tomato sauce Canned vegetables Cooking oils (such as olive oil or canola oil) Flour We will be distributing these resources in compliance with COVID-19 public health recommendations. To Donate: Contact us at 253-854-0700 or email southking@chs-wa.org

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • You Have the Power to Make Someone Smile!

    Boundless serves children and adults that have intellectual and developmental disabilities. During this unprecedented time, many of the people we serve are a bit scared and could use words of encouragement. A short note or card would be GREAT! If you would like to help, please address it to: Dear Friend, and the rest is up to you:) Get creative:) PDF, send them to this email: events@iamboundless.org or you can mail them to: Boundless In care of: The Advancement Team 445 E. Dublin Granville Rd. Building G Worthington, Ohio 43085 We appreciate all that you do for the people we serve!

    Date Posted: April 8, 2020
  • Grant Writer | Documentary Film | Medical Industry

    Part time grant writer to help us increase our grant and co-production financing. Candidate should have academic, creative, and/or grants writing experience. You will be assisting in writing grants to fund productions supporting: Maternal Health Care Support Cancer Research & Healthcare Support International Access to Optometry Infant Health Support International Human Rights Anti Sex Trafficking Advocacy The Economic Stabilization of Africa International Arts Education International Peace Keeping

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Social Content Editor | Documentary Film | Medical Industry

    Social Content editor for Documentary Film Production division New Moon Films & all New Moon Films projects. This includes creating content for the following platforms: Facebook Facebook Stories Instagram Instagram Stories TikTok YouTube SnapChat Content is generated from the following types of footage: Behind the Scenes Project Footage for Teasers Drone Footage Vintage & Archival Stock & B-roll Travel B Roll You will be assisting in social media for projects supporting: Maternal Health Care Support Cancer Research & Healthcare Support International Access to Optometry Infant Health Support International Human Rights End Sex Trafficking Awareness & Advocacy The Economic Stabilization of Africa International Arts Education International Peace Keeping

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Graphic Designer | Documentary Film | Medical Industry

    Graphic Design support for ongoing types of projects. Including: Project Pitch Decks Investor Graphic Support Project Advertising Organizational Advertising Event Related Print Materials Poster Design Supplemental Graphics for Video Projects Support for Social Media

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Grant Research/Writing Volunteer

    The non-profit Disaster Accountability Project (DAP), is looking for volunteers to assist with a major fundraising initiative to raise resources to build organizational capacity and fund critical programs. Duties can include any of the following: * Research grant/funding/fellowship opportunities * Write grant proposals/applications * Prospect potential donors Grant writing experience is required if writing grants/proposals for DAP. Strong writing skils are necessary for any proposal writing.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Grant Writer for AARP Grant

    Looking for an experienced grant writer to help us work on an immediate grant for the AARP Foundation. Grant submission is April 22nd. We have done a first draft of the application. We need some experience to help us fine-tune the application. Looking for someone ASAP! Email us directly at info@aliveinside.org. If you have experience with AARP grants would be fantastic! Thank you. Alive Inside

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Make Face Masks For Home Visitors

    Southwest Human Development home visitors continue to protect Arizona children by doing welfare checks and home inspections. To help them stay safe, we need your help! Please consider making cloth face masks to support their health and safety during this difficult time. Step 1: Follow the instructions for making the masks listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/how-to-make-face-mask-coronavirus.html?searchResultPosition=3 Step 2: If local to the Phoenix area, masks can be dropped off Monday-Friday from 8a.m.-noon at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. An in-kind donation receipt will be provided. OR If delivery is not possible, masks can be mailed to: Southwest Human Development, Attn: Annette Sutfin 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Step 3: If you mailed your masks and need an in-kind donation receipt, please email Annette at asutfin@swhd.org to receive one. Be sure to indicate how many masks you provided. Thanks for the support of our home visitors during these uncertain times!

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Spanish Translator- Marketing materials

    SMBGC is currently looking to support our community by providing a Spanish translator for all parental program related correspondence. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica has made significant efforts to remain viable to our kids and their families. We are shifting our model to provide distance-learning and services online, raising money for direct cash assistance, and harnessing resources for program support for our under-resourced kids and families. Responsibilities may include: Translating our marketing materials and written copy into Spanish versions for families and community members to read. Providing bilingual/Spanish options for viewership and reading Translating content/messages for us on a weekly, if not daily basis Able to amplify our messages and exposure On-going communication between our Marketing Associate and Volunteer Director Must have access to personal platforms, software, and devices with editing capabilities Desired Qualifications: Since there are so many conversational styles of Spanish, the ideal volunteer would be a native speaker who is comfortable translating into a common derivative of the language Experience in philanthropy and non-profits a plus Your partnership is vital to continue our long-term goals in providing quality programming for youth. We are grateful for your valuable support.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Be a virtual volunteer with a tech entrepreneurship program

    About Technovation Every year, Technovation invites teams of girls from all over the world to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology. Girls ages 10 to 18 learn to identify a problem in their community and create a mobile app solution to address that problem, and then learn how to communicate these ideas and translate them into a fully launched business. As a Judge, you will... Help select 10 finalist teams to attend our virtual World Summit and earn scholarships for additional education opportunities. Assess problem-solving and mobile innovation on a global landscape (more than 1,500 teams from over 110 countries). Provide feedback to motivate young girls about their ideas. Inspire young women to enter STEM Industries. Benefits Learn how to evaluate innovation Practice assessing a wide range of content without bias Help inspire the next generation of innovators Provide feedback to motivate girls and help them learn and improve their skills Develop communication skills by evaluating how others communicate Learn how to spot good ideas quickly Practice giving feedback that is constructive and will encourage teams to continue to develop their product Access to a short online, self-paced training Requirements Judges must complete a short, self-paced online training (approx 30 minutes) If you review at six or more submissions, you will be promoted to Head Judge and invited to review the top 10% of submissions in the semifinals round: June 1 - 17, 2018. Judge Rankings Certified Judge - Review 5 submissions | earn a certificate and 5 employee contact hours Head Judge - Review 6-10 submissions | earn a certificate and 6-10 employee contact hours, invited to judge in global semifinals Judge Advisor - Review 10+ submissions | earn employee-volunteer hours, and listed as a Judge Advisor on our website

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • MKTG: Project Manager

    with JerseySTEM

    Responsibilities: Coordinate creative efforts across marketing functions (e.g. graphic designer, social media manager, email manager, website manager, etc.) to ensure the team executes the marketing program effectively and within target deadlines. This includes the following: Collaborate and align with internal business partner (i.e., University, Corporate and Program Operations teams) on the desired deliverable, goal and timing Brief the Marketing team on the direction and desired deliverable, set project milestones/schedules and ensure projects remain on track; proactively communicate deviations from the schedule Actively manage the tasks involved in executing the program. Review all deliverables for the assigned project(s) before presentation to internal business partners. Collaborate with the Marketing Director in communicating the marketing plan to the internal business partners supporting Universities, Corporate, Program Operations teams. Work with Creative Group Manager, Email Manager Website Manager and Photo/Video Manager to assign resources for all assigned work. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 1+ years of project management experience as part of a project management role or other roles that requires project management skills. Extremely detailed oriented and organized; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and strong interpersonal and relationship management skills. Ability to manage multiple, concurrent projects simultaneously. Ability to inspire and motivate a diverse team to achieve a common goal. Required Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree. Preferred major but not required: Business Management, Marketing, Mass Communication/Advertising,

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Recruiter - Seniors & Retirees

    with Vitademia

    What is Vitademia? Vitademia is a concept project, an online academy enabling students of life to learn fundamental skills and wisdom for personal development, guided by coaches and mentors rich in life experiences. What is the current stage of this project? We are currently in our first steps of developing this project and will be undergoing a pilot in the next few months. This is to say a trial or test to see whether this concept will actually work. Objective of the project We aim to develop a library of e-learning courses that tackle some of life's most difficult challenges. Learners can "study" these courses at their own time online, whilst being guided by a team of dedicated coaches and mentors who specialise in the given subject. Coaching and mentoring sessions will take place online using video conferencing tools such as Skype, Google Hangouts or Zoom. Role: You will be... researching online platforms where we can attract retired professionals who could become our coaches and mentors researching offline channels (e.g. retirement communities) to recruit retired professionals post job ads via these different channels and review potential candidates conduct interviews to select the best candidates Requirements: knowledge of the seniors and retirement community experience in recruitment, conducting interviews and tracking candidates knowledge of life coaches and mentors able to commit minimum 5 hours per week willing to become a collaborator and provide valuable feedback in other areas of the project stable internet connectivity for video calls

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Do you have a talent to share virutally? Music, Art, Story Telling, Crocheting

    We are implementing virtual programming for seniors in our Adult Day Health program, including daily exercise, social café, and creative expression activities. We are looking for volunteers to host a virtual experience with our clients which may include, singing, knitting, crocheting, travel pics and experiences, musical instruments and more. If you have a talent to share during the week, Monday-Thursday, from 12:45-2:00 we would love to hear from you. Create a schedule that works best for you. We ask for a commitment of twice a month for a 3 month period of time.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Face masks needed and more!

    In order to continue to keep our community safe and with the high demand on supplies we are looking for volunteers interested in making fabric face masks. There are many tutorials that can be found online so feel free to use one of your own. We have listed a couple videos below: https://youtu.be/9tBg0Os5FWQ https://www.joann.com/make-to-give-response/ CMSS is also in need of the following items: Unopened gloves - any size. Surgical or N95 masks. Reusable face shields (individuals with 3D printers are making them at home). Medical gowns. Hand sanitizer with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol. Hand-made fabric gowns. Items can be mailed to: Wesley Place C/o Ann Brennan 1415 W. Foster Avenue Chicago, IL 60640 Items can also be dropped off at the above location. Please do not go inside the building. Instead call 773-769-5500 and let reception know you are dropping off a donation of face masks near the front entrance. Please be sure to place a note in your donation with your name and contact info (email and home address) so that we can keep track of who/where we are receiving donations from.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • For Volunteering Opportunities Check Our Website!

    For more information about our volunteer opportunities please visit our website at https://werepair.org/pittsburgh/ or email pittsburghteam@werepair.org ! Thank You!

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • COVID'19 Remote Volunteer Opportunity: Collection Champion

    *Looking for Volunteers in the North County or San Diego Area interested in a remote opportunity Collection Champion: Are you looking for ways to maintain social distancing, but still help those in need during the COVID’19 crisis? Sign up to serve as a Collection Champion. Our Collection Champions will set up a collection box in their neighborhood or housing complex to collect essential items including nonperishable food for the 200 homeless families at Solutions for Change. Once your collection box is full, you can drop off the collected items at our main campus or request a donation pick up. This role is essential to help us provide food and cleaning supplies for our vulnerable families on campus. Contact us to get started! If you would prefer to make a monetary donation, you can find the emergency fund https://give.solutionsforchange.org/give/277268/#!/donation/checkout. We sincerely appreciate your help in this difficult time!

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • CRPE: Research Analyst

    with JerseySTEM

    Overview The primary responsibility of the Research Analyst is to research and compile information about companies of interest regarding the possibility of sponsorship of one of the JerseySTEM programs,. About the department JerseySTEM partners with Companies in New Jersey to get sponsorships and to fund our programs. Companies partner with JerseySTEM in a number of ways: provide remote/in-person speakers for the STEM clubs, typically scientists or engineers, providing mentors to JerseySTEM coaches providing field trip sponsorship opportunities for the middle schoolers. sponsor talks/conferences held on campus provide financial support for the programs Identifying the comapnies, locating a contact person and then engaging with the companies is extremely important as they represent our main source of funding.. There are about 11,000 potential company sponsors possible in New Jersey. You will work directly with our Engagement team to narrow down the target list, get data on which corporations to reach out to and to prioritize those corporations. This role directly impacts how many classes we can have because the companies sponsor the classes we offer including the cost of the ride for college coaches to get to the class. This directly impacts our ability to get 25,000 middle schoolers taught by 2025. Essential Duties of the position: Manage a portfolio of 10 Leads per week Participate in Daily Standup meeting 12:30-12:45 pm EST Research companies using company website, google, linkedin and compile that information Research individuals using linkedin and google and compile that information Send an email or linkedin message to prospective leads Document the interaction/Research in Jira Essential Qualifications and skills Genuine concern about/interest in solving the gender gap and opportunity gap in education in general and STEM education in particular Secondary Market research a plus Access to a computer with internet

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • CRPE: Director of Corporate Research

    with JerseySTEM

    Overview The primary responsibility of the Research Analyst is to research and compile information about companies of interest regarding the possibility of sponsorship of one of the JerseySTEM programs,. About the department JerseySTEM partners with Companies in New Jersey to get sponsorships and to fund our programs. Companies partner with JerseySTEM in a number of ways: provide remote/in-person speakers for the STEM clubs, typically scientists or engineers, providing mentors to JerseySTEM coaches providing field trip sponsorship opportunities for the middle schoolers. sponsor talks/conferences held on campus provide financial support for the programs Identifying the companies, locating a contact person and then engaging with the companies is extremely important as they represent our main source of funding.. There are about 11,000 potential company sponsors possible in New Jersey. You will work directly with our Engagement team to narrow down the target list, get data on which corporations to reach out to and to prioritize those corporations. This role directly impacts how many classes we can have because the companies sponsor the classes we offer including the cost of the ride for college coaches to get to the class. This directly impacts our ability to get 25,000 middle schoolers taught by 2025. Essential Duties of the position: Manage a portfolio of 10 Leads per week Participate in Daily Standup meeting 12:30-12:45 pm EST Research companies using company website, google, linkedin and compile that information Research individuals using linkedin and google and compile that information Send an email or linkedin message to prospective leads Document the interaction/Research in Jira Essential Qualifications and skills Genuine concern about/interest in solving the gender gap and opportunity gap in education in general and STEM education in particular Secondary Market research a plus Access to a computer with internet

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Covid-19 - Social Media Manager & Leader

    with PANDOT

    The online and social media communications lead ignites the passion for the Pandot mission online within the online community. The individuals in this role is an online voice and connector to the community’s cause. They are comfortable in using a variety of social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, forums, etc.) and are willing to learn ways to support and engage Pandot’s participants through the online fundraising website. SPECIFIC TASK CAN INCLUDE Setup & Engage people through the Pandot’s Facebook page Update and maintain Pandot’s Twitter feed Update and maintain LinkedIn page Coordinate with the fundraising lead to promote fundraisers on social media Recognize teams, participants, sponsors, etc. So...at this point you may be wondering...WHAT IS PANDOT? At Pandot our core goal is creating an organization and structure that can rapidly respond to the changing needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic. This will include up-to-date local information on local services and initiatives, obtaining and distribution of PPE (Personal Protection Equipment), establishing an online platform where anyone can interact in a relevant structure designed to meet local and individual needs. The movement's true power will be the commitment of the participants, volunteers, and supporters to help the everyone thru this event in the best possible way. This is a volunteer opportunity provided by Pandot www.pandot.org.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • COVID-19 Disaster Law and Policy Volunteer

    The non-profit Disaster Accountability Project (DAP), is seeking volunteers to research and analyze administrative law and policy policy that relates to the current crisis and covers a range of law and policy areas. Duties can include any of the following: * Read laws, regulations, GAO reports, testimony, after-action reports and other reports published by a range of expert organizations. * Write memos, reports, briefings, official comments, testimony, blog articles, rapid-response materials Experience in law, government, policy research, or related field highly desired.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Cloth Face Masks for Healthcare Workers

    Calling all Volunteers; classes, community groups, church groups, teens and adults! We have a volunteer opportunity that you can do from home that will benefit local hospital staff. Anyone who is willing and able to make cloth masks for the hospital, please let me know. We have the pattern if you have the time and materials. Once produced, masks can be dropped off at the hospital entrance 3599 University Blvd. S, Jacksonville, FL 32216 to be utilized by staff to save official PPE for those that are in direct patient contact situations. We will disperse to all of our locations and staff. Time spent can be included as volunteer hours. Documentation will be provided. Click on the links below for several patterns. Masks: https://www.instructables.com/id/AB-Mask-for-a-Nurse-by-a-Nurse/ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html All of healthcare are in great need so please consider donating to any hospital in your area. Thank you in advance to any that are able to assist.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Use your Hmoob, and Somali skills to Stabilize Housing for Families and Prevent Evictions

    Translate important documents for families affected by Covid-19 to assist households with stabilizing their housing prior to the executive orders being lifted preventing landlords from filing evictions. If you have strong fluency, written and verbal, in one of these languages we would love your help with this project. The timeline for this project is very short. Please contact us if you would like to learn more.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Confirm selected health teachers in school websites

    The Melanoma Education Foundation is a non-profit public charity that provides life-saving services throughout the U.S. At last count our melanoma lessons were being used in over 1700 high schools and middle schools in all 50 states. The lessons educate students and teachers about early self-detection of melanoma, a skin cancer that is often fatal unless found at an early stage. Lives of students, teachers, and their family members have been saved because of the lessons. Watch our 3-minute introductory video at < https://www.melanomaeducation.net >. Melanoma Warriors are volunteers who earn community service credit by confirming whether teachers in our database are still at their schools. We provide an Excel spreadsheet with school names, web addresses, teacher names, email addresses and detailed instructions for updating the information and entering it in an XL spreadsheet. Each spreadsheet has 60 high schools and/or middle schools. No fundraising, selling, or phone calls are involved. The work can be done anytime during days, evenings, and weekends. Volunteers have been able to get the information for 60 schools in 2-4 hours. We ask volunteers to keep track of their actual hours so we can verify them in community service confirmation letters.

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • CASA Volunteers Make a Difference in the Life of a Child

    A CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer is a trained community member who advocates for the best interests of a child or sibling group in the court system. CASA of Linn County educates and empowers diverse community volunteers to ensure each child's needs remain a priority in an over-burdened child welfare system. CASA volunteers get to know the child while also gathering information from the child's family, teachers, doctors, care-givers and anyone else involved in the child's life. Our volunteers come from every walk of life, and they all share a common desire to improve the lives of children. In light of the recent COVID-19 developments and its impact on our daily lives, CASA is adapting to continue serving children in foster care in Linn County and speaking for the children's best interests. These vulnerable children are at even higher risk right now with additional family stressors, and we anticipate more children coming into care. Our next training session for new advocates will take place virtually over Zoom so interested volunteers can participate remotely from the comfort of their own home. Our training takes place over a span of 4-5 weeks where we typically meet twice a week for 3 1/2 hours per meeting. You can even collaborate with a friend, relative, co-worker, or partner and go through training together to become a Co-CASA! If you are interested in learning more about CASA, please contact kyle.tarr@linncasa.org!

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020
  • Social Media Volunteer

    Parents for Window Blind Safety is looking for a social marketing person who will be able to create weekly Facebook status updates, Blog posts, Tweets, Instagram and LinkedIN updates. We would love to have some fresh ideas on ways to educate the public, launch our new program, and work with us on educating the public on safety. https://www.facebook.com/PFWBS/ @Parents4Safety www.pfwbs.org Insta: window_blind_safety

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Responding to COVID-19 Needs in Monroe County PA - Virtual

    There has been an outpouring of support from people who are willing to help out our community. As we work to combine efforts and maximize reach, we have created a form to best match volunteers and community needs as they become available. You can also respond here and we will get back to you. There are multiple opportunities, both virtual and in person (calling seniors, delivering food, etc.). Please register with what you are able to help with on the following form that we will send you once we have your information. Jo in the fight and volunteer!

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Sewing N-95 Mask Covers

    Join volunteers around the nation who are sewing masks for clinicians on the frontlines of the Covid-19 crisis. Four Seasons is accepting masks from volunteers across western North Carolina at any of our office locations. If you would like to help, contact us by calling (828) 692-6178 or email volunteer@fourseasonscfl.org. We can supply patterns and links to tutorials.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Virtual Volunteerism

    All of our volunteerism is virtual due to the current coronavirus crisis. You can participate in all of our projects at your own home and send them to Operation Gratitude! Because our Deployed Troops and First Responders can’t stop, we won’t stop! Join us as we continue to give back and say "Thank You" to all who serve by volunteering virtually from home. Our #VirtualVolunteerism campaign will allow every American the opportunity to support Deployed Troops, National Guardsmen, First Responders, and Emergency Medical Personnel on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are writing letters, knitting, crocheting and sewing handmade items and making paracord bracelets. For more information, please visit the link below. https://www.operationgratitude.com/express-your-thanks-virtual/ How This Helps Our Community Our response to COVID-19 is a call to action for #VirtualVolunteerism, and we are providing 3 ways for you (and your family) to give back from your own home. During this global pandemic, Operation Gratitude will continue to meet the ever-changing needs of our care package recipients. Join us to demonstrate that actions do speak louder than words and show our COVID-19 First Responders that as long as they continue to serve, we will continue to support them You can send your donation in to: Operation Gratitude 9409 Owensmouth Avenue Chatsworth, CA 91311 Please be sure to fill out the online Donor Form and follow the instructions that will be emailed to you, upon completion. This is our opportunity for action! Invite People to Help!

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Sew masks for seniors

    East Side Elders is looking for people who can sew fabric masks for seniors! We are accepting homemade masks using any pattern you prefer - contact us at Info@EastSideElders.org or 651-683-2326 if you can help. About Us: Our mission is to create a circle of care around the elders in Dayton’s Bluff, Payne-Phalen, and Conway-Battle Creek neighborhoods, empowering seniors to live safe and independent lives in their homes. Our team of volunteers and staff provide transportation, food assistance, social events, friendly visits and phone calls, chore services, and more to folks 60+ on the East Side of Saint Paul. To get started, apply today or contact us at Volunteer@EastSideElders.org or 651-683-2326.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Volunteer for deaf children and Families in need

    Want to make a difference for a nonprofit while you're at home? Join us and be our hero for our children and families in need! Contact andreal@ nolimitsfordeafchildren.org

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Project Manager-Virtual Short term Project

    Passion for Life (P4L) The mission of Passion for Life is to help high school students identify their passion and help them create a plan to turn them into rewarding careers. Due to the impact of COVID 19 to our programs, it has caused our organization to be proactive and think differently resulting in multiple projects to manage. The Project Manager will support the Executive Director and team in overseeing and managing operations and initiatives. This role is responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing project tasks and activities. Timeframe: 12-16 weeks Responsibilities Assists the Executive Director and teams to assemble the required documentation (project plan, change management plan, risk log, etc.) and conduct planning, coordinating and communicating project activities Updates leadership on maintenance, progress reporting and distribution of project plans utilizing project-based planning tools Assists leadership in performing regular reporting of project progress "actuals" against forecast: schedule; milestones; cost, and scope Assists leadership by coordinating activities with all functions to ensure that all milestones on the plans are achieved. Checks progress on tasks being performed by the project teams Coordinates Meetings, maintains meeting minutes, progress and status reports, and gathers, assembles, and disseminates information for team Desired Skills and Experience Experience in project management or related experience field Ability to prioritize and manage work against critical project timelines Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to juggle multiple priorities Proven experience in identifying, analyzing, problem-solving and responding to internal and external opportunities and challenges with the ability to translate these into practical plans of action Ability to lead and work collaboratively and support others in the development and implementation of agreed strategies within team and wider organizational contexts Must be a self-starter and possess the ability to work well with others Collaborate on projects as both a team leader and a team member Must possess initiative and creativity; a highly developed work ethic Please apply online www.mypassion4life.org

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Virtual Volunteering: Video editing

    SMBGC is currently looking for someone with Video Editing experience. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica has made significant efforts to remain viable to our kids and their families. We are shifting our model to provide distance-learning and services online, raising money for direct cash assistance, and harnessing resources for program support for our under-resourced kids and families. Responsibilities may include: edit and brand videos that our staff produce to engage youth at home (virtual programming) able to amplify our messages and exposure On-going communication between our Program Coordinator and Cheif Operating Officer Must have access to personal platforms, software, and devices with editing capabilities Desired Qualifications: Experience in philanthropy and non-profits a plus Proven experience in non-profit management, editing, design, recording+ Your partnership is vital to continue our long-term goals in providing quality programming for youth. We are grateful for your valuable support.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • DIY Masks Needed: Support Your Neighbors with Minnesota's Biggest Food Pantry!

    Looking for ways to support your neighbors while stuck at home? Help out by crafting homemade face masks for our on-site staff and volunteers! VEAP is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our participants, volunteers and staff while also continuing to provide food and other services to the families who rely on our programs . With your help and generosity, we can continue to follow CDC guidelines and keep our community safe. For directions on how to craft face masks, check out the CDC's recommendations: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html Donations can be dropped off at Door A of our building at 9600 Aldrich Avenue South Bloomington, MN 55420. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our volunteer department at volunteerdept@veap.org or 952.955.8323.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Program Director/Facilitator

    The Rise foundation is a nonprofit organization who''s focus is to educate minority youth of single parent households and their single parent on the transition from middle school to high school, and high school to college by offering free workshops on how to transition, FAFSA, financial literacy, mentoring, and a host of others / Due to the COVID 19 pandemic we are seeking a new Program Director/Facilitator, to help us facilitate our on line workshops, which will include ideas and ways to stay focused in these unprecedented times. The ideal candidate would be a high school, or elementary school counselor, teacher, or College student to help us with this process please reach out to us via email or contact our office at 773-368-2564 Thanks in advance, #Weareallinthistogether

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Seeking college students for late night volunteering with Crisis Text Line! #COVID-19

    Crisis Text Line provides free, nationwide, 24/7 support for people in crisis, all via text message. The service is powered by volunteer Crisis Counselors who work remotely from anywhere on their computer. Crisis Counselors answer texts from people in crisis, and are trained in techniques to bring them from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening, collaborative problem solving, and safety planning. Interested in becoming a volunteer? Learn more below: What is the process for becoming a Crisis Counselor? Step 1: Fill out an application at crisistextline.org/volunteer Step 2: Consent to a background check Step 3: Complete a 30-hour web-based training that is led by a Crisis Counselor Coach Step 4: Take your first shift and start supporting people in crisis! What you get out of this experience: Interested in a career in mental health? This opportunity can help you build skills to get there! You'll have the opportunity to learn and develop your skills in active listening, collaborative problem solving, and crisis management all from the comfort of your home (these skills can help in your personal relationships too!). Many of our Crisis Counselors also highlight Training and the volunteer experiences on their resumes, especially when applying to Master's Programs, and their LinkedIn profiles. Plus, if you're a college student who tends to stay up a little later, you have a huge opportunity to make an impact when it comes to helping texters that typically may be waiting longer to connect with a Crisis Counselor! Our highest volume times are between 10:00pm & 6:00am EST, so if you're someone who tends to stay up later anyway why not spend that time supporting those texters in need? Ready to apply? Learn more about this opportunity and apply at crisistextline.org/volunteer If you have any questions, please email info@crisistextline.org Crisis Text Line is an equal opportunity organization. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and Crisis Counselors.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Helping refugees through COVID-19

    We are looking for volunteers for a variety of positions, both to work directly with families and also in an administrative capacity. We particularly need help from those with grant-writing as well as corporate/foundation fundraising experience. If interested, please fill out our volunteer application form at https://tinyurl.com/1W1LCOVID19

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Online Fundraiser COVID-19 Using PayPal Here App

    Would you like to raise for COVID-19 Relief? watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PABlOORZ5XI download PayPal HERE to your mobile phone or device iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/paypal-here-point-of-sale/id505911015 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paypal.here&hl=en_US username: covid19relief password: covid19relief

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Didn't get selected for H-1B cap subject visa? F-1 OPT students can maintain status as a volunteer

    The USCIS announced completion of the H-1B electronic registration period and conducted the random lottery. If you were not selected for H-1B cap subject work authorization, it is possible to maintain status with a 501(c)(3) organization. Read the article on medium about how to maintain status: https://medium.com/@rauhmelfoxceo/how-to-maintain-f-1-opt-status-e2003e6b7968 and then contact the e-verify employer how you can maintain status.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Remote Developer

    During the next few months we ask that anyone that wants to volunteer be comfortable doing remote work to not get infected by the covid-19 virus. The organization is accepting volunteers that wants to gain experience working on team projects that would benefit the public within the organization's purposes. This opportunity is for inexperienced and experience developers. Use of the volunteer's skills will be tested in hackathons, and when we publish application on the apple store. Skills that will be improved are is team collaborations, communication, how well you adapt to different coding languages, and how much you understand front end and back end code. Volunteers that want to establish a strong affiliation with us can copy and paste the url below in your search browser for it is an example of what we expect volunteers to do: https://medium.com/@rauhmelfoxceo/why-does-whomentors-com-71c2e7cbfce4 Please send an email to info@comidaforfamilias.com if interested in more details.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Video Editor

    We are looking for someone to do minor video editing on videos already produced on our YouTube Channel. We are also looking for some minor editing for product review videos. This is a perfect opportunity for someone who is looking for volunteer work who has experience in video editing already. We have lots of footage that needs to be edited and put together. These are emotional videos of parents who have lost children in household accidents. They were filmed to reach the public in order to create action. Your help is monumental in reaching our message to the public.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Social Media Volunteer

    Job Title: Intern Job Status: Part Time City/State: Garden City, New York Job Category: Social Media/Communications Intern About Emotions Matter Emotions Matters, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to connecting and empowering those impacted by Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) to raise awareness and advocate for better mental health care.Launched in December of 2015, Emotions Matter is making strides to achieve its missions through BPD peer support, educational resources and advocacy. To learn more, visit www.emotionsmatterbpd.org. Job Description * Mandatory knowledge of social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. · Candidate must have experience with creating posts, images, and scheduling posts. · Research and Develop BPD news content for Emotions Matter under direction of Executive Director for Emotions Matter’s social media platforms on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. · Network on social media platforms with other mental health organizations, clinicians and individuals passionate about BPD advocacy to advance Emotions Matter’s mission and promote Emotions Matter’s events and advocacy campaigns. · Add new social media contacts to Emotions Matter’s databases and newsletter mailing list. · Invite new contacts to join Emotions Matter’s programs, events, and committees. · Research and keep Emotions Matter’s Executive Directors update to date with conferences, and events of other major mental health organizations on social media. Qualifications: * Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Doc Suites. * Knowledge of social media platforms, including: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. * Strong writing and verbal communication skills, * Strong planning and organizational skills. * Communication and interpersonal skills, * Passion for mental health advocacy and a connection to BPD would be helpful. · Research skills on internet to read, assess and select appropriate content for Emotion Matter social media new feed, under the direction of guidelines established by Director. Hours: 4-8 hours per week, with ability to increase to up to 15 hours depending on seasonal programs. Type: Unpaid internship Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to paula@emotionsmatterbpd.org.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Become a Virtual College Coach

    We need college coaches now more than ever! This is an uncertain and anxious time for many, especially for students across the country. As they face uncertainty related to college applications and admissions due to COVID-19 we need volunteers to support students virtually as they apply to college. Are you interested in dismantling barriers to accessing higher education faced by low-income and first-generation college applicants? If so, we at ScholarMatch are looking for volunteers just like you for our 2020-2021 Destination College Program, to support over 1,200 under-resourced high school seniors in the class of 2021! What you’ll do (you have options!): Match with students virtually to individual support on college applications Mentor students at our drop-in center in San Francisco or Los Angeles or Match with students locally to provide individual support on college applications What you’ll commit to: A yearlong commitment to help seniors through the college application process Approximately 4-6 hours per month to advise students on specific topics Completing our online trainings and passing a background check We’ll provide you with training, ongoing professional development opportunities, and access to our growing coach community with tons of expertise!

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Educational Marketing Tool Kit

    We are looking for graphic designers to help us build an educational tool kit for our Cordless campaign. The kit will include: Sharable assets for social media pages such as infographics, and social graphics that highlight child safety in the home. Creating short 15-30 second videos about window covering safety for social media. Updating educational flyer for consumers. Update posters for hospitals and doctors offices.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Volunteer from Home - Create Hygiene Packs for Veterans!

    HVAF is currently in need of hygiene items to redistribute to veterans in need. How to make a hygiene kit! Combine the following items in a grocery bag or gallon zip lock bag: -Shampoo -Bar Soap -Body Wash -Toothbrush -Toothpaste -Men's Deodorant -Lotion Kits can be dropped off at HVAF of Indiana - 964 N Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204 - Monday-Friday between 9am and 4pm.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • live LOVE Appreciation Project (benefitting healthcare providers & first responders)

    Do you want to show appreciation to the brave healthcare providers & first responders that are battling Covid-19? Sure you do! LOVE in Motion is a volunteer-led nonprofit that is dedicated to providing appreciation to our community's most valuble commodities. Clinical studies concluded that appreciation boosts productivity by as much as 43% and we're well aware that in a time like this, being appreciated can be as life-giving as water on a parched day. Volunteer opportunity is family friendly and compatible for you to do from the comfort of your home. To confirm your virtual volunteer spot and for detailed instructions, respond to this opportunity as we will send an email from: info@loveinmotion.info #WhatWeAppreciateAppreciates

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Easy, Impactful Volunteering From Home *Special COVID-19*

    Hey there! Finding yourself with a little free time? Send cheerful, handwritten cards to our elders! These are fun, one-way, one-time letters, not an ongoing pen-pal commitment. Due to COVID-19’s impact on services and visits, many older adults would benefit from friendly connections during this deeply isolating time. The health impacts of loneliness are significant; chronic loneliness has the equivalent health effect as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Now is the time to reach out to our most vulnerable. Can you, or anyone you know, help us? Please let me know which of these you are able to do: One time: I can send 10 cards this week, and provide my own stamps. I can send 25 or more cards this week, and provide my own stamps. I can do even more! Let’s chat! (If you can commit to 50 or greater cards total, we can asssist with postage :D ) Ongoing: I/my group can send X cards per week, for the duration of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place mandates for the US - let’s chat! After replying with whichever scenario you’re up for, I will send you details about how to proceed. Please help spread the word, & help us make a difference in someone’s life today! Thank you, Amber & the Social Call / Well Connected Team!

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Parenting Class Facilitator

    Looking for individual that can educate and inform formerly incarcerated adults about the importance of parenting and all the practices that come with being a parent.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Teach Computer Skills Virtually to Seniors Pembroke Pines

    Exemplary experience Extremely rewarding I look forward to every class. These are just some of the sentiments expressed by volunteers who have taught for SoFIA Tech. We are looking for Volunteers to teach computer skills to senior adults using virtual communications. In today’s environment of social distancing, SoFIA has launched an innovative remote technology training pilot program for older adults: SoFIA Tech Connect. Through the use of virtual training, volunteers will train older adults on how to use Zoom, FaceTime, Facebook, and Google Hangouts, providing the tools to connect with friends, family and the community. After the initial training on how to use virtual technology, Instructor and student will develop a lesson plan using hundreds of on-line tech training courses for older adults. Participation in Tech Connect requires a minimum of 3 hours of volunteer engagement/student participation for 4-6 weeks. Requirements: Access to a PC/Laptop/Chromebook with camera and microphone. Must enjoy working with older adults, have patience, ability to think on the spot and inspire to help others to improve their social and economic security. Have skills to teach basic word processing, online searches, sending and receiving emails, navigating online portals, online safety practices, using google maps and YouTube. Preferred Requirements: Volunteers who are 55+ years and older, have teaching experience and familiar with Gmail. Class times are Mon and Wed, or Tues & Thurs Contact us to learn more.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Teach Computer Skills Virtually to Seniors Hallandale Beach/Hollywood

    Exemplary experience Extremely rewarding I look forward to every class These are just some of the sentiments expressed by volunteers who have taught for SoFIA Tech. We are looking for Volunteers to teach computer skills to senior adults using virtual communications. In today’s environment of social distancing, SoFIA has launched an innovative remote technology training pilot program for older adults: SoFIA Tech Connect. Through the use of virtual training, volunteers will train older adults on how to use Zoom, FaceTime, Facebook, and Google Hangouts, providing the tools to connect with friends, family and the community. After the initial training on how to use virtual technology, Instructor and student will develop an lesson plan using hundreds of on-line tech training courses for older adults. Participation in Tech Connect requires a minimum of 3 hours of volunteer engagement/student participation for 4-6 weeks. Requirements: Access to a PC/Laptop/Chromebook with camera and microphone. Must enjoy working with older adults, have patience, ability to think on the spot and inspire to help others to improve their social and economic security. Have skills to teach basic word processing, online searches, sending and receiving emails, navigating online portals, online safety practices, using google maps and YouTube. Preferred Requirements: Volunteers who are 55+ years and older, have teaching experience and familiar with Gmail.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Marketing and Communications Volunteer

    Job Title: Internship Status: Part Time - Volunteer City/State: Jerico, New York * Job Category: Marketing/Communications Intern About Emotions Matter Emotions Matters, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to connecting and empowering those impacted by Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) to raise awareness and advocate for better mental health care.Launched in December of 2015, Emotions Matter is making strides to achieve its missions through BPD peer support, educational resources and advocacy. To learn more, visit www.emotionsmatterbpd.org. Job Description * Knowledge and proficiency of social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. · Experience with graphic design to create promotional materials, such as flyers or images for social media posts. Collect quantitative and qualitative data from marketing campaigns Perform market analysis and research on where and how to best promote Emotions Matter’s programs and activities in the community. Support the Executive Director in daily administrative tasks related to marketing and communications, including managing records, email communications and data entry related to marketing. Qualifications: * Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Doc Suites. Knowledge of graphic design software for social media, such as Canva. * Knowledge of social media platforms, including: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. * Strong writing and verbal communication skills. * Strong planning and organizational skills. * Communication and interpersonal skills, Strong Research Skills to develop marketing strategy and database. * Passion for mental health advocacy and a connection to BPD would be helpful. Hours: 8-10 hours / week, with ability to increase to up to 15 hours / week depending on seasonal needs. Type: Unpaid internship * In person candidates cannot start until after September 1, 2020. Online Candidates on-going start date.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • COVID-19 Relief

    During this time of concern and crisis, the need for services and supporting our community are ever present and remain at the forefront of SJO’s mission. Please consider supporting SJO during this time and make a donation at the link below. Please join with us as we stand by our patients throughout this crisis and continue Building Hope and Strengthening Lives. Your support will help to ensure that SJO is there for those in need-not only now, but for another 190 years! https://stjosephorphanage.org/support/support-st-joseph-orphanage/ We will be suspending all volunteer events until at least May 31st, 2020 to reduce foot traffic at our sites.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Video Presenter - Online Learning Videos

    with Vitademia

    What is Vitademia? Vitademia is a concept project, an online academy enabling students of life to learn fundamental skills and wisdom for personal development, guided by coaches and mentors rich in life experiences. What is the current stage of this project? We are currently in our first steps of developing this project and will be undergoing a pilot in the next few months. This is to say a trial or test to see whether this concept will actually work. Objective of the project We aim to develop a library of e-learning courses that tackle some of life's most difficult challenges. Learners can "study" these courses at their own time online, whilst being guided by a team of dedicated coaches and mentors who specialise in the given subject. Coaching and mentoring sessions will take place online using video conferencing tools such as Skype, Google Hangouts or Zoom. Role: You will be... receiving course content from our course writers recording yourself on camera presenting our course content engaging with our learners using positive body language Requirements: a good speaker (clear voice, articulate, confident) charismatic appearance (approachable outlook, natural body language) experience in video production (e.g. youtube) have access to recording equipments (camera able to record in HD, audio recorder, clear background) able to commit minimum 5 hours per week willing to become a collaborator and provide valuable feedback in other areas of the project connected to fast internet (for uploading and downloading)

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Mentor a Child - Start Virtually and Transition to In-Person (OR, WA applicants only)

    Great Life Mentoring is celebrating 20 years of enriching the lives of children and mentors! You won't find another mentoring opportunity like this one. Hear directly from the mentors and kids themselves in our one-minute match videos at https://greatlifementoring.com/2020 Children between the ages of 7-18 and facing adverse circumstances. Our kids have experienced trauma and have a deep need for a trustworthy adult to help them develop confidence in themselves and others. Great Life Mentoring is a Research-Based practice proven to work! Right now we have an urgent need for new mentors from the Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA areas. We will work with you virtually until the pandemic is over, and then you will be ready to meet your new friend face to face. The application is online, the interview and training can be via video from your phone or computer. We want to make it easy for you to help a child who really needs you now. As a Mentor in our program you will: Get to choose the child you'd like to help Be able to choose the day, time and place Have fun with your friend 1-3 hours a week Receive the training and support needed to help you be successful as a mentor If this sounds like the opportunity you've been searching for, let us know you're ready to get started! To mentor, select the "I want to Help" button above. You can also go directly to http://greatlifementoring.com to learn more or fill out the online application at: http://greatlifementoring.com/become-a-mentor/ The life you change may be your own!

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Volunteer from Home - Wellness Check Calls

    Join Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa in serving homebound seniors in the Tulsa area. Volunteers are needed to make daily wellness checks to a dozen or more clients by phone. For many, you will be the one person they talk to that day. Volunteers are able to report back when a client has concerns, is ill, or needs additional assistance. Most importantly, volunteers serve as a voice of comfort and encouragement during this challenging time. Requirements: - Volunteer Application - Smart phone or mobile device - Text messaging capabilities for receiving information - Email for receiving training materials and communication Opportunities are available 7 days a week.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Teach Virtual Technology Skills to Seniors Tamarac

    Exemplary experience Extremely rewarding I look forward to every class. These are just some of the sentiments expressed by volunteers who have taught for SoFIA Tech. We are looking for Volunteers to teach computer skills to senior adults using virtual communications. In today’s environment of social distancing, SoFIA has launched an innovative remote technology training pilot program for older adults: SoFIA Tech Connect. Through the use of virtual training, volunteers will train older adults on how to use Zoom, FaceTime, Facebook, and Google Hangouts, providing the tools to connect with friends, family and the community. After the initial training on how to use virtual technology, Instructor and student will develop a lesson plan using hundreds of on-line tech training courses for older adults. Participation in Tech Connect requires a minimum of 3 hours of volunteer engagement/student participation for 4-6 weeks. Requirements: Access to a PC/Laptop/Chromebook with camera and microphone. Must enjoy working with older adults, have patience, ability to think on the spot and inspire to help others to improve their social and economic security. Have skills to teach basic word processing, online searches, sending and receiving emails, navigating online portals, online safety practices, using google maps and YouTube. Preferred Requirements: Volunteers who are 55+ years and older, have teaching experience and familiar with gmail.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Volunteer from Home - Create Snack Packs for Veterans!

    We are in need of a food drive for our food pantry for homeless veterans. Items in need are: Canned Meat, peanut butter, crackers, soups, pasta, chili, canned fruit, macaroni & cheese, and any other non-parishable food. Pop top lids are great. We are asking volunteers to collect these items and put them in a grocery bag. Feel free to include a note thanking a veteran! Items can be dropped off at HVAF of Indiana - 964 Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204 - Monday-Friday between 9am and 4pm.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Career Counselor - helping young people through unemployment

    with Vitademia

    What is Vitademia? Vitademia is a concept project, an online academy enabling students of life to learn fundamental skills and wisdom for personal development, guided by coaches and mentors rich in life experiences. What is the current stage of this project? We are currently in our first steps of developing this project and will be undergoing a pilot in the next few months. This is to say a trial or test to see whether this concept will actually work. Objective of the project We aim to develop a library of e-learning courses that tackle some of life's most difficult challenges. Learners can "study" these courses at their own time online, whilst being guided by a team of dedicated coaches and mentors who specialise in the given subject. Coaching and mentoring sessions will take place online using video conferencing tools such as Skype, Google Hangouts or Zoom. Requirements: retired (or near retirement) a good listener experienced in career counselling competent in using a computer (emails, video calls) able to commit 1-2 hours to review course material able to commit 1 hour for a live online coaching session willing to become a collaborator and provide valuable feedback connected to reliable internet

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Help Dispatch Volunteer Disaster Responders in Your Community (Work from Home)

    To ensure we are supporting our community it is crucial that we have volunteers supporting our efforts by dispatching and coordinating our volunteer teams. This role can be performed from anywhere a volunteer has access to a computer, internet connection, and phone. The Duty Officer is the on-call operations lead for Central and Eastern WA and ensures a timely and appropriate response to emergencies that occur with the region. The Duty Officer receives the initial request for assistance from first response agencies and individuals that have experienced a disaster; coordinates the mobilization and deployment of initial responders to the disaster scene; and provides ongoing technical assistance and deployment of additional support resources as needed. Job Duties: Receive and screen calls, evaluate response needs, and deploy appropriate Red Cross responders Provide technical support for responders including: Performing an initial assessment and verification of the disaster Serving as a liaison between the Disaster Action Team (DAT) responders and other support teams Providing guidance to DAT about questions related to specific assistance that may be provided to clients Identifying temporary lodging for disaster clients. Initiating a case in the Client Assistance System (CAS 2.0) Maintains regular communication with deployed responders Accurately completes incident reporting and sends out response notifications using regional systems in a timely manner. Contacting the Manager On Call for technical assistance and guidance for incidents that are non-routine or may trigger an extended need for service delivery (i.e. opening a congregate shelter or service center Qualifications: Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Strong written, listening, and verbal communication skills. Ability to learn and implement Red Cross service delivery policies, procedures, and services. Ability to work effectively as part of the team. Ability to adapt to change, negotiate compromise, seek clarity, be flexible, and manage ambiguity. Ability to manage multiple priorities and tasks simultaneously. Ability to work for extended periods of time under stressful conditions. Ability to effectively work with diverse cultures including their own and others. Ability to use basic computer programs (Word, Excel), email, Exchange. Ability to treat clients and workforce with patience and compassion. Detail oriented Values diversity Ability to give and take performance-related feedback Self-awareness about one’s knowledge and has the ability to seek assistance Knowledge about the designated chain of command and Incident Command System If your interested please call 509-316-1845 for more details or apply at redcross.org/volunteer.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Help Dispatch Volunteer Disaster Responders in Your Community (Work from Home)

    To ensure we are supporting our community it is crucial that we have volunteers supporting our efforts by dispatching and coordinating our volunteer teams. This role can be performed from anywhere a volunteer has access to a computer, internet connection, and phone. The Duty Officer is the on-call operations lead for Central and Eastern WA and ensures a timely and appropriate response to emergencies that occur with the region. The Duty Officer receives the initial request for assistance from first response agencies and individuals that have experienced a disaster; coordinates the mobilization and deployment of initial responders to the disaster scene; and provides ongoing technical assistance and deployment of additional support resources as needed. Job Duties: Receive and screen calls, evaluate response needs, and deploy appropriate Red Cross responders Provide technical support for responders including: Performing an initial assessment and verification of the disaster Serving as a liaison between the Disaster Action Team (DAT) responders and other support teams Providing guidance to DAT about questions related to specific assistance that may be provided to clients Identifying temporary lodging for disaster clients. Initiating a case in the Client Assistance System (CAS 2.0) Maintains regular communication with deployed responders Accurately completes incident reporting and sends out response notifications using regional systems in a timely manner. Contacting the Manager On Call for technical assistance and guidance for incidents that are non-routine or may trigger an extended need for service delivery (i.e. opening a congregate shelter or service center Qualifications: Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Strong written, listening, and verbal communication skills. Ability to learn and implement Red Cross service delivery policies, procedures, and services. Ability to work effectively as part of the team. Ability to adapt to change, negotiate compromise, seek clarity, be flexible, and manage ambiguity. Ability to manage multiple priorities and tasks simultaneously. Ability to work for extended periods of time under stressful conditions. Ability to effectively work with diverse cultures including their own and others. Ability to use basic computer programs (Word, Excel), email, Exchange. Ability to treat clients and workforce with patience and compassion. Detail oriented Values diversity Ability to give and take performance-related feedback Self-awareness about one’s knowledge and has the ability to seek assistance Knowledge about the designated chain of command and Incident Command System If your interested please call 509-316-1845 for more details or apply at redcross.org/volunteer.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Business Mentors Needed for COVID-19 Response -- Help Small Businesses Now

    Mentors needed for COVID-19 Response! Micromentor is the world's largest community of volunteer business mentors and entrepreneurs. More than ever, our entrepreneurs can benefit from the guidance of experienced business mentors. Please read below about our program, and visit us at micromentor.org to provide much needed assistance today. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Become a Mentor! Share your knowledge with a small business owner. Your professional skills can help small businesses grow and create jobs. Volunteer as a mentor on MicroMentor.org and make a meaningful connection with a business owner. Mentors join, search for entrepreneurs to assist online, and once connected, serve as a coach and trusted guide. This volunteer opportunity is extremely flexible. You set the schedule and the expectations with your mentee. Meanwhile, our support staff is by your side every step of the way to help you succeed as a mentor. Some entrepreneurs need a sounding board or general industry advice, while others are looking for targeted technical advising. Put your business skills to good use and help a small business owner today. Join at MicroMentor.org "Bill's advice has been exactly what I needed and I am very grateful that seasoned professionals like him choose to volunteer their time." - Tracy, business owner on MicroMentor WHY DO BUSINESS MENTORS VOLUNTEER THEIR TIME? Give Back: On average, entrepreneurs who connect with our mentors create an average of 2 jobs each. 75% of them report increased their revenue, and 82% survive their first two years (statistics from our 2018 Impact Report) Develop your skills: Even though mentors come to the relationship with substantial business experience, they frequently develop new skills as a teacher and coach by mentoring. Learn from entrepreneurs: Connected entrepreneurs on average spend 10 hours with their mentors. Conversations with entrepreneurs expose mentors to new industries, challenges, experiences, and ideas. Our mentors frequently report that they feel like they get much more than they give.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Compassus Hospice is looking for MASKS, SURGICAL OR N95 FOR OUR NURSES

    At Compassus Hospice, we care for people who have been given the prognosis of 6 months or less to live. Our patients live in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and their own homes. It is our goal to provide the best quality of life at the end of life for our patients through a holistic, person-centered approach. Right now, we need your help. We are seeking donations of masks, either surgical or N95 so we can keep our aides and nurses protected. We are also looking for disposable gowns. If you own a business and are able to donate any of these items we would greatly appreciate it! Please email Kim Iannacci at kimberly.iannacci@compassus.com or call the office at 978 777-8222. You can make a difference in the life of someone at the end of life as well as help to maintain the health of their caregivers.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Learn how to serve homeless young adults in DC

    W e are StandUp for Kids, a unique organization totally run by people like you, and our volunteers truly to make meaningful changes in the lives of homeless, displaced, and run-away young people. Our training for prospective volunteers is a great way to learn how to work directly with homeless youth through street outreach or mentoring and counseling youth at our drop-in program locations. Street outreach happens Tuesdays from downtown, and our drop-in program is on Mondays and Wednesdays 6-9pm in the Gallery Place area. [Schedules are on pause due to COVID-19.] JOIN US IF YOU ARE: Someone who cares about vulnerable youth and believes in a personal responsibility to give back some of the gifts and privileges you have. Stick with us and you will truly make a difference in the lives of youth, deepen your own skill-sets, and meet great people. Volunteers serve as lay counselors in street outreach and outreach center roles. We also need leaders and all-stars to work behind the scenes in our efforts to fundraise, do advocacy actions, teach prevention workshops in schools, create newsletters and social media marketing, and much more. Let us know what role you're seeking! WHAT: This interactive classroom training is open to all new volunteers who want to work directly with homeless and at-risk youth or behind the scenes in other roles . Please note that classroom training is one part (step 2) of the full training to become a volunteer with us. Our training checklist with six steps is here. WHERE: ZOOM. A link will be provided to all who RSVP through this system or via email to eddya@standupforkids.org. Before you attend the training, we require that you take the orientation linked from step 1 of the checklist mentioned above. If you can't make it or if you'd rather learn more about volunteering behind the scenes (not working directly with youth), email me. I look forward to meeting you. --Eddy Eddy Ameen, PhD Director of Training, DC Program National Board Member StandUp for Kids

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Sew Face Masks for our Hospice Staff

    Help our hospice workers by sewing face masks. Brookdale needs homemade cotton masks to augment the existing inventory of PPE (personal protection equipment) at each nursing home facility. The masks will be used for our non-direct care workers, so we can reserve our inventory of PPE for the direct care workers. Please contact Cesslie Joy Pharr, Coordinator of Volunteer Services at Brookdale Hospice for more information. and I'll send you some patterns and how to get the masks where they're needed most. Thank you for all you do to make our community a safe place. Cesslie J Pharr cpharr@brookdale.com 719-367-3811

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Tulsa Zoo Virtual Volunteers

    with Tulsa Zoo

    Want to help the Tulsa Zoo while we are closed to the public under the Tulsa Mayor's shelter in place protocols? Become a Tulsa Zoo Virtual Volunteer Watch, Like, and Share Tulsa Zoo's Social Media posts including Zoo School, Keeper Chats, our Emergency Operating Fund link, and our Membership Sale for Volunteer Hours. Each viewing and sharing of our special content counts toward volunteer credit hours. Be sure to like the Tulsa Zoo Facebook page or follow our Instagram account so you don’t miss any of the fun! Even if you don’t use social media, be sure to tell your family and friends about our special programming so they can tune in. You do not have to register to view our videos or access content. You can also help the Tulsa Zoo by designating Tulsa Zoo Management, Inc. as your preferred charity on Amazon Smile and supporting our Emergency Operating Fund. Buy a Tulsa Zoo Membership and recommend one to a friend or family member today! These are links to where you can find special, member-supported content. https://www.facebook.com/tulsazoo https://www.instagram.com/tulsazoo/ https://tulsazoo.org/kids/ Email the Volunteer Manager to find out how you can earn hours as a Tulsa Zoo Virtual Volunteer at volunteers@tulsazoo.org

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
  • Donate Homemade Masks for Staff and Clients in Need

    Calling all seamstresses! We are in need of homemade face masks for staff and clients served at Touchstone Mental Health's residential and community based programs. We are in need of at least 400 homemade masks. We will accept as many as we can get. Contact Natalie in Development at nkerber@touchstonemh.org if you or your group is able to donate masks. Donations can be dropped off/mailed to our program located at 2308 Snelling Ave, Minneapolis MN 55404.

    Date Posted: April 6, 2020
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  • Volunteers Needed in Naugatuck and Seymour ONLINE TRAINING AVAILABLE

    43 Skokorat StSeymour, CT 06483
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Athena Hospice is currently looking for volunteers to join our caring and dedicated team. If you are looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity in a supportive and friendly environment, then this may be the opportunity for you. Volunteers are needed for caregiver relief, companionship, or just bed side presence. Athena Hospice is not about giving up. It is about HOPE for those who are facing life limiting illness. HOPE of living their lives free of pain without fear and in the company of family and friends. Volunteers may assist the patient with companionship, caregiver relief, listening and complementary therapies. The opportunities are endless. We provide all the training needed and additional training in specific areas of interest. Open your heart to someone who is facing a life limiting illness. Contact: G Marie Rufini 860 422 0946 grufini@athenahhc.com

    Date Posted: April 1, 2020
  • 6/5/20 Come cook healthy, delicious food for the food pantries & soup kitchen

    116 Federal Hill RdBrewster, NY 10509
    Fri, June 5, 2020 09:30 AM - 02:30 PM

    Do you enjoy cooking? Come help us in the kitchen! We cook with food that has been recovered from local grocers and farms. Jobs in the kitchen include washing, chopping, labeling, weighing, cleaning up and cooking. All of the food is then donated to local food pantries and the soup kitchen. Second Chance Foods elevates the health of people and the planet through food rescue.

    Date Posted: March 30, 2020