Make a difference in someone's life: Consider VOLUNTEERING and have FUN while you're at it!
WhenIt's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.
Where1436 W. Randolph StreetSuite 500Chicago, IL 60607
Love the city? Would you like to have some fun and make a difference all at the same time?
Please join Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse members in their fun and exciting daily activities that include everything from cooking to typing and doing team building activities.
We also promote community integration and make sure to take our members our on outings around the city. Our outings include: visits to museums, musical plays, library visits, day at the park, Bowling, Catch-A Movie etc. So as you can imagine, we need chaperons. Why not help and have fun at the same time?!
Do you enjoy to tutor? We need you! One-on-one tutoring in any of the following areas: math, reading, typing, resume building etc.
If you need community service hours, we will give you 2 for 1! We have lots of OT students volunteers from Northwestern, UIC, DePaul, Chicago State, Wilburt Wright, Roosevelt, and Loyola, so this is a great way to meet new friends.
You will be helping to change the lives of those affected with traumatic brain injuries.
Please respond to email@example.com (include your phone number in your email) and we will send you a volunteer packet.
We work around YOUR schedule...some volunteers come in once or twice a week for 4-5 hours others come in the mornings or afternoons. We need as many helping hearts as possible! Thank you!!
Our operating hours are M-F 830-330PM. Closed on Weekends.
- People Skills
- Case Work / Management
- Critical Thinking
- Patient Care
- Community Outreach
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- We need administrative volunteer...
- Volunteer & Outing Manager
- Outing Chaperone
- Share your love of music with...
- Make a difference in someone's...
- AM/PM Greeter
- Looking for new Board members to...
- Want to have fun while making a...
- Fundraising & Event Committee to...
- Virtual Assistance
- Inspire the brain injured...
- OT and PT students wanted!
- Program Volunteer