During these uncertain times, how can we help?
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Homeward Bound is looking for volunteers to help with their new Pet CORE programming (Community Outreach Resources and Education). Pet CORE is designed to help income qualified pet owners with supplemental food, flea and tick prevention, and other support. Volunteer duties include greeting clients, processing applications, and distributing supplies as needed. Position requires 2 hour shift (9am-11am) on a weekday. Skills required: strong desire to help people, compassion, willingness to learn and do basic data entry, and ability to work in a sometimes hectic environment. For more information, please contact RSVP at 388-7044 or email email@example.com.
79 Court Street, Middlebury, VT 05753, US
RSVP is national volunteer management services which offer individuals age 55 and up the opportunity to share their experience, skills and time by volunteering for local non-profit organizations.
RSVP recruits, places and supports its volunteers, providing them with meaningful opportunities to contribute to their community. Addison County's non-profits' needs are met in critical areas such as human service, health, state and local government, education, literacy and the arts. RSVP also oversees several signature programs that benefit local residents. These include free Bone Builders osteoporosis prevention classes; the Green Mountain Foster Grandparent Program, which places volunteers in our schools; the Warm Hearts Warm Hands Initiative which distributes handmade items to local schools, nursing homes, social service agencies and hospitals; and the RSVP Tax Program which provides free tax services to low income residents. These programs allow Addison County residents to stay healthy, financially stable, and successfully age in place.
We'll work with your schedule.
RSVP79 Court St.Middlebury, VT 05753
December 30, 2019