During these uncertain times, how can we help?
See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
OneOC hosts RSVP volunteers at local Orange & San Bernardino Counties nonprofits to ensure that those most in need of education, food security, food delivery and employment receive the help they need most. RSVP volunteers choose where and how often they want to serve, with commitments ranging from a few hours a month to 40 hours per week.
Benefits of RSVP:
Hours of Volunteer Service: RSVP volunteers may serve 1-40 hours weekly.
*This is a volunteer non-paid opportunity.
Please see below for available volunteer positions in Orange County:
(addresses will be provided once approved for RSVP volunteer placement)
Orange County Food Bank (Westminster) - Volunteers will plant, weed, harvest, help with irrigation and care for the farm animals at the Orange County Food Bank "The Giving Farm" at Westminster High School.
Orange County Food Bank (Garden Grove)- Warehouse volunteers are needed to sort and store foods, assist in maintenance of the warehouse, etc. Administrative volunteers are also needed as receptionist, file maintenance, computer data skills needed.
School on Wheels (Various Locations) - Volunteer tutors are needed for homeless children throughout Orange County. Schools on Wheels provides tutoring and mentoring in after-school settings. Volunteers will work 1:1 or in small groups with students to support their literacy.
Think Together(Various Locations) -Volunteer Readers needed for Think Together "Reach Out and Read" Program which takes place in Pediatric Doctor waiting rooms.
Working Wardrobes (Irvine)- Volunteers are needed to assist with administration, business development, workshops, Veterans outreach, workforce development, copywriting and Working Wardrobe’s retail shops throughout Orange County.
South County Repertory (Costa Mesa) - Literacy Mentor volunteers needed after school for at risk youth theatre camps, classes, workshops, schools, and conservatory productions providing education through music theatre and the arts. During show season, volunteers will also have scheduled Usher Volunteer duties with their choice of shows/teams. Duties include taking tickets, helping patrons find their seats, and selling items at the Theater Shop cart or in Concessions. Hours vary from Tues- Sat.
Goin Native (San Juan Capistrano) - Nature Stewards volunteers are needed to teach gardening and life skills to engage special needs adults, youth, seniors, and veteran groups to include individuals on their vocational career path through gardening sensory activities, serenity education and meditation techniques in nature. Typical duties are to support and maintain the longevity of the butterfly habitats and gardens including watering, planting, seed start-up, raising beds, and fortifying soil to grow plants, herbs, and farm fresh food. Locations are listed below:
Select 1-2 RSVP volunteer service opportunities that best suit your interest. Once selected, we’ll move forward with next steps.
Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible to participate as an RSVP Volunteer, the candidate must be age 55 or older and complete the RSVP Application.
How to Apply: You may apply directly to the RSVP Volunteer Program HERE:
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OneOC is the leading nonprofit of its kind in Orange County, whose mission is "To accelerate nonprofit success." OneOC is committed to developing deep and meaningful experiences for our nonprofits and companies as they serve their respective communities. Our clients benefit from an array of service solutions including volunteer services, organizational development, back-office support and community engagement.
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June 15, 2020