Albuquerque Heading Home, a nonprofit housing-first model aiming to make experiences of homelessness rare, short-lived, and non-recurring, is currently looking for volunteers to join a Home Team.
Home Teams are 2-4 volunteers who provide social support to neighbors as they adjust from living on the street to housed living.
This volunteer position is about fostering friendship & community ties with people who have experienced homelessness. Our new neighbors can struggle with tasks such as cooking, grocery shopping, and getting out in the community.
Home Team volunteers commit to spend a minimum of 3 hours per month for 6 months in helping one neighbor. They provide companionship and friendship while doing activities the neighbor would like to do.
SAGE Albuquerque - Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders - is a project of the Common Bond New Mexico. See https://sageabq.org/ for details. SAGE is also an affiliate of SAGE-USA, https://www.sageusa.org/. SAGE Albuquerque is governed by an Advisory Committee, which is currently seeking additional members.
SAGE Albuquerque carries out four activities:
- Cultural competency training for senior-serving organizations (nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home care agencies) to help them better meet the needs of GLBT seniors
- Creating and maintaining a datrabase of resources
- Improving in-home services (we have big plans for this activity)
- Offering support groups and numerous social opportunities
The Advisory Committee oversees these activities and helps move them forward.
We are looking for a motivated volunteer who is willing to work with 1-5 students at a time at the Bernalillo County Housing Department. The class will be from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday. This is a great way to give back to the community by helping adults earn their high school equivalency credential. Students will work on Science, Social Studies, Math, Reading, and Writing as needed. Please consider being a part of raising up the adults in our area!
We need help setting up for our big event, Crayons & Canapes, on June 9th. The duties will be both indoor and outdoor, but no task will be very difficult. We need extra hands to help set up so our event will go as smooth as possible.
We are working to build a multi-generational, mixed use residential/commercial community, which will provide affordable and market rate housing for: families who commit to adopting 3-4 older children from the foster care system, young people aging out of the foster care system, and community elders planning to age in place. HATNM needs volunteers to support our Fundraising, Networking & Partnerships teams. We have several upcoming fundraisers planned for 2018 - looking for 10 additional volunteers.
Assist with the development and implementation of our HAT Home Sharing Program - Home Sharing is a living arrangement among two or more unrelated people. Home owners or renters (Home Providers) who have a residence with one or more bedrooms are matched with persons seeking housing (Home Seekers)
Assist with the development and implementation of our HAT Home Sharing Program - Home Sharing is a living arrangement among two or more unrelated people. Home owners or renters (Home Providers) who have a residence with one or more bedrooms are matched with persons seeking housing (Home Seekers) and setting up the legal entities for our development corporation as we move towards independence from our fiscal sponsor. General advisory.
Self-motivated, organized and experienced leaders comfortable with fundraising, strategic planning, networking, management, and overseeing project managers to achieve identified goals while reporting to the board chair, funders and fiscal sponsor. HATNM will build a multi-generational, mixed use residential and commercial community, providing affordable and market rate housing for: families who c adopt 3-4 older children from the foster care system, young people aging out of foster care, and elder seeking to age in place
We are working to build a multi-generational, mixed use residential and commercial community, which will provide affordable and market rate housing for: families who commit to adopting 3-4 older children from the foster care system, young people aging out of the foster care system, and community elders. HATNM is seeking a volunteer, experienced in leadership, management and strategic development, to train with our founder over the next few months and head our leadership team.
We need a volunteer to help us archive and preserve our history. We are clearing out boxes and finding bits and pieces of our history - can you help us put it all together? We're coming up on 50 years in 2023 - We'd love to start now at putting together an archive book!
Meals on Wheels of Albuquerque is looking for an enthusiastic HR professional to join our growing board! Board service requires a commitment of: attendance at designated meetings and events (approx. 3-5 hours per month), and a financial contribution that is personally meaningful to the member.
World Learning, with partner Global One to One, is proud to administer the 2018 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange program. Eleven English-speaking Iraqi youth (ages 15-18) and an adult mentor will be visiting Albuquerque July 11-25 to learn about peacebuilding and creating resilient communities. By living with local homestay host families, these young leaders will get to know daily life in the United States and build lasting friendships with Americans.
Provides logistical support for chapter workshops. Work may be done from home and averages 2-3 hours/week from Jan-Nov. Events Coordinator (or an approved alternate) must attend all workshops (12-15 per year). At this time, all workshops take place T-Th from 9am-12pm or 11am-1pm. Occasional evening workshops may be considered in the future. All events are held in Albuquerque/Rio Rancho area.
Barrett House shelter is seeking volunteers to help us with prepping garden beds, planting vegetables and maintaining our robust community garden. Individuals and groups welcome. Children 10 and over may volunteer with an adult. No experience needed. For more information or to sign up, contact us at (505) 246-9244 or email@example.com.
Are you globally-minded, responsible, enthusiastic, and and interested in peacebuilding?
Global One to One is offering a unique volunteer opportunity? ?to participate in a two week program with 11 Iraqi high school youth leaders who will be in Albuquerque from July 11th through 25th.
To apply,?? please submit a response of no more than 250 words to the following prompt: "Global peace is only possible when we cultivate empathy and mutual responsibility for each other" Include your contact information, at least one reference from your school, and the days and times you are available? throughout the duration of the program?.
Applicants should be committed to the 2 week period.? The application deadline is June 5. Six students will be selected by June 9. To learn more and submit your response: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our educational nonprofit organization is in need of the services to assist with outreach for our educational program called Gather Global Awareness Through Engaged Reflection. Marketing skills helpful.
Volunteers are needed to help with Equine Assisted Activities (therapeutic horseback riding & other horse related activities) serving the disabled communities of greater Santa Fe/Albuquerque. Our clients range from small children to older adults with a broad spectrum of physical, cognitive, mental and/or emotional disabilities. Each class is limited to one participant, and lasts for 30 minutes.
The main needs are for "Horse Leaders" - these individuals lead or assist the client in leading/guiding the horse during the class. Horse experience isn't required - we will train you! We also need "Sidewalkers" - these individuals walk beside the client while they are mounted on the horse. The Sidewalker may assist the client with communication, riding skills and balance. The job of Sidewalker can be as involved as actually helping the client to stay centered on the horse's back while riding. Many clients require 2 Sidewalkers for their session!!
Community Against Violence seeks ongoing volunteer support in several areas including help with:
Pick-Ups & Deliveries
Events & Fairs
Other areas dependent on volunteers experience (just tell us what you think you can help with!)
LifeROOTS is currently seeking to further grow our Board as we continue to move forward in working to achieve our their mission of helping to "empower the lives" and "shape the futures" of those with disabilities.
LifeROOTS is looking for Board Members who:
• Is will willing to bring their strengths to strengthen the community
• Anyone who would like to lead their community to a more active position in supporting the community
• Anyone who has construction industry, solar industry or a legal education and/or experience/background
• Anyone who has a fundraising or marketing education and experience
• Anyone who has experience working with, living with or loving children or adults with special needs
• Anyone who has skills and access to legislatures or decision makers
• Anyone who understands the importance and dignity independence can provide
• Anyone who is able to use their relationships, skills and abilities to communicate about the services we provide
Community Against Violence is currently looking for front desk support at our domestic/sexual violence agency and shelter. This person would be responsible for greeting people who enter the building with or without an appointment, determine their business and refer to correct staff. Handling incoming phone calls, including hotline calls during the day, and refers crisis cases and calls to appropriate staff.
The Foundation for the Pure Spanish Horse (www.prehorse.org) has a large volume of videos of horses in our registry, shows, fiestas in Spain and horse training and maintenance videos. They are in various formats mostly 8-track, CD and stick drives. We need someone to view, categorize and label them.
The ultimate goal is to have these inventoried and posted to the web (Youtube) to be public resources. The 8 tracks need to be burned to CD (we have the equipment in house) and all need to be edited and converted to a Youtube format so that we can easily share.
The Southwest Preparatory Learning Center is a state-chartered charter school and therefore, has its own Governing Council. The Council provides oversight in three key areas - academics, financial and operational.
We are looking for members of the greater community to help up promote spay-neuter for fundraising outreach to local business and the community to help us continue to grow our program.
We have received several grants which we ran through the first quarter of the year and still have a lot of families waiting for their dogs to be fixed.
Many unwanted pets at the animal shelter in Valencia County. Many get transferred out of state and over 1/4-1/3 never find a home. These statistics are very high compared to most other areas/counties of the U.S., and compared to the shelters in Albuquerque & Santa Fe. Helping here, will help reduce the numbers in the Albuquerque shelters because of the close proximity and because they transfer some of these pets to their shelter.
We are trying to stop the problem at its roots.
Tutors volunteer during or after school (at the library) to assist elementary and middle school children with school work. If needed, tutors receive training to assist children challenged by learning disabilities.
Tutors work under the direction of classroom teachers who supply materials and direction to the intervention. Commonly volunteer tutors lead reading circles or assist with homework help. Volunteer commitments are usually 1-2 hours per day/2 days per week.
Embudo Valley Tutoring Association targets the most vulnerable children to receive the support they need: these children are learning disabled, more than 1 year behind in school work, socio-economically disadvantaged, and live in rural areas.
A CASA volunteer is a court appointed, trained and committed adult who ensures that each child's individual needs remain a priority in an over-burdened child welfare system. They get to know the child while also gathering information from the child's family, teachers, doctors, caregivers and anyone else involved in the child's life in order to make independent and informed recommendations to help the judge decide what's best for the child.
If you are looking for a meaningful and enriching volunteer opportunity in Bernalillo county and want to do something about child abuse, CASA is right for you. There are over 900 children in our county that still need a CASA.
Calling all Plant Enthusiasts, Administrative Wizards, Event Aficionados, and Advocates for Children and Family Programming:
If you have an interest in gardening, event planning, development work, childhood development or anything in between, we need your help!
Yardmasters: Our 13-acre park is entirely maintained by volunteers, and our long-term group of yardmasters will attest to the rewards of helping beautify the park!
Event Planning: With 10-year Anniversary, and public art events just around the corner, we could use folks interested in planning and organizing community events!
Sand Play Saturdays: Our successful, nature-based play program kicks off May 26th. Learn how you can help maintain this free, weekly event for the children in our community!
Meet in the Community Room, 701 Callejon and from there we will take a tour of the park.
Coffee and light refreshments provided
We are a small arts non profit that has been bringing marvelously magical and wonderfully curious theatre to Albuquerque audiences since 2007. We recently lost our bookkeeper. We are moving to Quickbooks online. Ideally we'd like this to be a board position to start.
You can learn more about us at MotherRoad.org
We are looking for new members to help manage and provide strategic planning for the organization. We have a working board that manages, directs, promotes and governs our mission.
Respond to calls from seniors requesting volunteer driver for appointments. Perform intakes and data entry.
Work at your pace in providing primarily data entry and office support. May include making copies, scanning, or filing electronically, as needed, in pleasant office environment.
There are three key areas where volunteers are needed: website maintenance, fundraising events, and conference tables.
WEBSITE: We need a volunteer who has a keen interest in helping foster children and has website and Facebook experience. Our website is used to get the word out about our events, our programs, and a way for donors to give. In addition to maintaining our website, this volunteer will also update our Facebook monthly.
FUNDRAISING EVENTS: We have two major events each year--a concert and a sports event. We need people to help with planning the event and/or helping at the event itself. We also need help in growing our fundraising efforts.
CONFERENCE TABLES: There are three conferences where New Mexico Friends of Foster Children set up information tables. Literature is passed out, questions answered and NMFFC is introduced to those we can help.
We will have various activities that we will need help with during the 2018 Heart Walk. Activites include: kids zone (with painting, planting, and games!), dog zone, ninja park obstacle course, Heart Healthy food square, education booths, route cheerleaders, parking attendants, and more!
We are looking for a committed volunteer who is comfortable with simple data entry checking in our Saturday morning clients to receive groceries including dry goods, meat, eggs and produce. Check-in process takes 1-5 minutes per person, then volunteer will call client by number and direct them to food pick-up area.
Susan's Legacy is looking for board members who are interested in supporting women with co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders to recover and integrate into the community. The board meets 10 times each year on the third Wednesday evening of the month. Susan's Legacy holds one to two fundraising events each year that involves board participation.
Albuquerque Heading Home, a nonprofit housing-first model aiming to make experiences of homelessness rare, short-lived, and non-recurring, is currently looking for volunteers to join a Home Team. Home Teams are 2-4 volunteers who provide social support to neighbors as they adjust from living on the street to housed living.
This volunteer position is about fostering friendship & community ties with people who have experienced homelessness. Our new neighbors can struggle with tasks such as cooking, grocery shopping, and getting out in the community. Home Team volunteers commit to spend a minimum of 3 hours per month for 6 months in helping one neighbor. They provide companionship and friendship while doing activities the neighbor would like to do.
Volunteer on a Home Team to help a neighbor adjust to their new life. Contact Kristy at 505-226-1700 extension 208 or apply directly at https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/AlbuquerqueHeadingHome/volunteerism.html
We are looking for a few volunteers to help us bolster our Marketing and PR efforts. As a 92 yr old program, we are great at taking kids outdoors, we are not always good at getting the word out or talking about ourselves. Help connect the next generation to the outdoors by partnering with us. We are a vibrant team with a lot of enthusiasm and we welcome new ideas to spread the news of our awesome programs.
We're looking for a board member who's interested in animal (mainly dog, cat, donkey) welfare on an international level (mainly Africa) and who can help AKI grow. The Board's role is: 1) to review financial and other information we regularly receive from our partner organizations, 2) to vote 3x/year on financial disbursements to our partners, 3) to fund raise for our partners, and 4) to raise visibility of AKI and our partners through social media, articles, and other means. The Board meets once/year, usually in December, but is in regular contact through email. We're hoping that someone with innovative ideas about how to grow our donor base and our donations and who is social media savvy will join us so that we can help more animal welfare organizations in resource-poor countries.
. Greet and interact with visitors (approx. 50,000 each year).
. Interpret historic museum exhibits, as your time allows, during the season
Live and Learn the Village Life of Colonial New Mexico
. Assist visitors with hands-on craft and food activities, such as candle making and bread baking
. Assist with programs during summer theme weekends and special festivals celebrating the seasons
. Learn the skills of the loom in the tradition of the Rio Grande Valley
. Young people contribute and learn through our J. V. program
BEHIND THE SCENES VOLUNTEER PROJECTS
· Catalog slides and photos
· Make costumes and help maintain our collection
· Assist with office mailings and manage phone calls during special events
· Help prepare special exhibits
· Research and develop hands-on activities
· Hosting and helping out at special events throughout the year
. And much more!
Collet Park is the only 4-H school in the state. We are incorporating 4-H projects in to the students curriculum and we need help once a month with people willing to show students and teachers how to do art, woodworking, gardening, music, computer programming, etc. Volunteers are never left to manage children. A teacher is always present.
Volunteers undertake many responsibilities (scroll down to Positions Available) and generally work a 7/8 hour day for a minimum of three months, longer if possible, in positions that strengthen the school community. School administration understands that many volunteers who come to the Menaul School are exploring a new state with a fascinating mix of cultures and history, and are open to an occasional day off to attend a pueblo feast day or other special event. Volunteers who come to Menaul are appreciated every minute of every day!
Steelbridge Ministries offers a wide variety of Volunteer opportunities: Serving meals, mentoring, special events, providing support to women and children in crisis, just to name a few.
Please visit our Volunteer website for a full list and details about each position.
Facilitators at U-21 act as role models and chaperones to a group of great kids at weekly Friday night meetings (which include games, fun activities, educational seminars, crafts, and generally being supportive) as well as occasional weekend events. We work with all of our facilitators to ensure their level of commitment fits well with their interests and available time.
Volunteers are needed to assist at the Animal Humane New Mexico Thrift Shop in a variety of fun positions this summer. Join our motivated team of friendly volunteers and staff helping our pets by ringing up sales, accepting donations and much more! Our Thrift Shop helps generates more than $800,000 annually, which is about 13% of our annual operations budget! Volunteers are especially needed from June through August and must be at least 16 years old to assist. Spend your summer vacation helping out pets!
To get started, please email our Volunteer Team at either:
I have an 11th grade student who is interested in writing, criminology, psychology, and gender studies and is in need of a mentor to shadow for up to 40 hours, just to get a sense of what a career of interest is like on a day-to-day basis. It could be for 20 hours or 40 hours.
We are looking to fill vacant seats on our Board of Directors. The seats need to be filled with people who want to make a difference in our community. ASLHC has been providing help to the children and adults who have been diagnosed as hard of hearing or have a speech/language disorder since 1953. The person(s) will need to be available once a month for the general meetings and more often during special events.
We are 99% volunteer staffed! Demand for our services is growing by leaps and bounds, so we are looking for dynamic retired and working business people who want to sharpen their consulting skills while giving back to our local community. Our volunteers are passionate about using their knowledge and expertise to assist and support local business owners, entrepreneurs and nonprofits during every phase of business. Our mentors choose SCORE as a way to utilize their expertise and talents through Business Owners Councils, one-on-one mentoring and business education workshops to benefit the local community. Some of us are retired but many of us are working. Most of us mentor but some of us handle leadership roles and back office organizing. We guarantee you'll stay sharp!
Common Bond Directors serve on the board in a variety of capacities, and as a leadership team, we work together to organize activities and roles compatible with each member's interests and schedules.
Members of the board represent the organization within the community and help raise funds through programming and networking.
We are seeking people with innovative ideas, strategic and tactical connections, and a strong commitment to helping the many LGBTQ communities within New Mexico.
The Board's primary responsibility is to represent the values and mission of Open Skies Healthcare to the community, and develop support for its programs, services and members among stakeholders. It is also the governing body of the organization and responsible for oversight of its business operations.
Our chapter is 99% volunteer staffed! Demand for our free small business consulting services is growing by leaps and bounds. We are looking for retired and working business people who want to sharpen their skills while giving back to our local community. Opportunities include one-on-one mentoring, workshop facilitation, peer group learning facilitation, and back office organizing.
Have a desire to display or appreciate art expressions whether it be through visual display, performance, or auditory means? Then, save the date for #ArtsNotViolence!
Through this community and family friendly festival event, #ArtsNotViolence invites the New Mexican communities to voice and showcase their talents as a means of establishing a safe environment where they will be able to attend for other years to come. Individuals, teams, and various organizations will have the opportunity to enjoy each others' dance routines, photography, paintings, rap pieces, jewelry, etc. All art is welcome- any genre, age, and skill!
We are taking all volunteers for the event which is scheduled to take place on June 2nd, 2018 at the Albuquerque Civic Plaza from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Any time is appreciated! Volunteers will be able to participate in equipment assembly and take down, supervising gaming areas to ensure safety, general event security, and organizing tabling and booths.
Volunteers help elementary students complete homework, read with students, and assist with crafts, games, or other activities.
Spanish/English bilingual volunteers especially needed on Wednesdays!
Volunteers may help 1 or both days per week, or every-other week. We can use adult or high-school volunteers. Adult volunteers (age 18 years or older) must pass a background check.
The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is looking for upbeat, enthusiastic, caring people to join our team of Navigators!
Balloon Fiesta is large, complex event requiring the over 1,000 volunteers who help before, during and after the event. These volunteers, called "Navigators," are critical to every area of operations. They provide guest services, administrative services, balloon coordination and safety, set-up and logistics, and more in over 40 different areas. This variety of needs allows just about any person, with any skills, talents or interests, to experience Balloon Fiesta from a new perspective.
Applications for the 2018 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta will open May 1st, 2018.
We are looking for volunteers that are looking to help with children that have been through some very tough times. This is an ongoing volunteer position, and the organization, Anbay, is located in Albuquerque, NM. Below are some skill sets we are looking for from volunteers wanting to make a difference in these children's lives. Post below if interested, and we will reach out to you.
- Be able to answer e-mails, respond to them, and correspond with partner organizations.
- Spend time with children throughout the week for activities, hang out with, etc.
- Counseling experience working with children.
- Law students and lawyers able to give advice.
- Google and iOS App Mobile Developers
Adelante Development Center in Albuquerque is looking for volunteers that are 18 and older who have experience teaching art and would like to work with adults with disabilities. Call 505.341.7186 or send an email to email@example.com. Thank you!
Join us as we apply mud plaster to the restored ancestral adobe homes that surround the central plazas of Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo. A fun family experience and a chance to participate in an age-old construction practice. Work with tribal members and other volunteers to make a difference. The materials are harvested locally and mixed on site. Skilled masons will be there to get you started. It is easy and fun for all ages.
SFPS Adelante Program needs volunteers to tutor up to two hours per week one on one with students in the Santa Fe Public Schools that are in a high risk/homeless situation. Just two hours of your time can keep a student in school and help him/her to reach their potential! Please contact Sharon Guerrero, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-467-2542. Thank you!
Family Services for Children is a non-profit providing safe exchange and supervised visitations for children and families in Sandoval County. We are seeking engaged and enthusiastic Board Members who would like to help us guide and grow our program.
NPBOR is the only non-profit accounting firm in New Mexico. We help other non-profits with their accounting and financial documentation needs, i.e. bookkeeping, payroll, grant reporting, 990 prep, CFO level reporting and create understandable/clear reports for their Boards through the use of sophistocated accounting software. We provide non-profits assurance that their finances are not impacted by turnover of key employees. Continuity is maintained, records are secured in a cloud-based system and we will attend our client's Board meetings to present financial reports. NPBOR also offers EDs and Boards professional Human Resources services and advice, e.g., compliance with Federal and State employment law, employee handbooks and policies. We need board members with a bias for action as we help other non-profits carryout their missions.
Simply accept a trip assignment a week in advance to drive a senior 60+ to a medical appointment, possibly light grocery shopping or a business office. This does not require any additional care, just be friendly, punctual and drive safely.
Schedule is set by driver and is very flexible. Our goal is to help seniors, who have turned their keys over, to maintain their independence.
The Friends of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge is looking for a Board member that is experienced in understanding financial statements to serve as our Treasurer. We have an outside firm that prepares financial statements and does all data entry. The Treasurer would serve as the go between the board and the accounting firm. We are a fun engaged board that has a passion for the environment and educating children in environmental awareness.
The Friends of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge is seeking a Board Member with experience in writing and administering Grants i.e.reporting. Our Board is a fun and engaged Board the shares that sharers in the passion of the mission of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge.
The role of the Family Advocate is to provide crisis response advocacy services for victims and families referred to the Family Advocacy Department. Our goal is to provide a confidential, welcoming, supportive, and safe atmosphere for victims and families. We provide: information about both in-house and external resources available to victims and families, and explanation and coordination of services you may need.
Volunteers at the Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico are given opportunities in a variety of areas from front desk greeters to library assistant to docent for school tours. We are a history museum with a mission to help teach visitors how they can make a difference. We will use the skills you have in any way we can.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science in Albuquerque will be hosting Da Vinci – The Genius, a traveling exhibit, from February – July 2018 and is in need of friendly and positive volunteers to staff the exhibit. Volunteers will provide outstanding customer service by greeting guests, taking tickets, and interpreting exhibit information. Volunteers are needed seven days a week and must commit to a minimum of three shifts a month. Volunteers must complete a short training.
For information, visit: http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/content/volunteer-association or contact the Museum's volunteer office at 841-2877 or email@example.com.
Casa Esperanza is committed to providing a warm and welcoming environment that provides the quality of care and resources to alleviate our guests' burdens as they navigate a difficult time in their lives. We are focused on developing a comprehensive volunteer services program that encourages the best of our community to support the mission of Casa Esperanza. The Program Services Committee emphasizes planning future goals that ensure:
• the longevity of the Family Care Team and Volunteer Program
• securing board and community support to implement initiatives
• the effective evaluation of the Family Care Team and Volunteer Programs' productivity and progress.
To be effective and relevant, we believe it is critical that we have the input and guidance from representatives in the following areas:
• Hispanic and Native American Communities
• Cancer, Kidney and High Risk Pregnancy Communities
• New Mexico Volunteerism and Philanthropy Community
Casa Esperanza is committed to providing its guests, volunteers and staff a quality environment to rest, heal and work. We are focused on developing a comprehensive facilities program that supports the mission of Casa Esperanza by providing a safe and comfortable "Home away from Home". The Facilities Committee emphasizes planning future goals that ensure:
• the longevity of our structural assets
• securing board and community support to implement initiatives
• evaluating the facility program productivity and progress.
To be effective and relevant, we believe it is critical that representatives from the hospitality and specialty trade communities to provide input and service on this committee.
Time Commitment: 1-1 hour meeting every other month and approximately 5-10 hours total per month on project planning
The Governing Council of NMIS is seeking volunteer members to join its team. The Governing Council (GC) serves as the governing board of the school, responsible for oversight of the school and its fiscal responsibility. To this end, the GC hires a Head of School, who reports directly to the GC on the school's operation.
The ideal GC member is someone who wants to improve the overall quality of New Mexico by overseeing a school that seeks to be an agent of positive change to our state. To this end, the GC seeks professionals with diverse backgrounds to foster effective and responsible governance of the school. Specifically, the GC is looking for members that are realtors, business professionals, teachers, managers, school administrators, architects, lawyers, community leaders, accountants, and university professionals.
Hello and we want to encourage you to the apply for the Community Mentor Network Program!
You have the opportunity to take the step to becoming a leader and role model to high school students. You will help shape the growing minds of the next generation.
This upcoming school year will be an exciting and rewarding process for both you and the students. The amount of volunteer hours are optional to you and your schedule. We only require that you volunteer at least one hour minimum each week.
You will be joining a handful of mentors who can guide you and prepare you to becoming a great adviser, friend, tutor, teacher, guide and coach.
Check-in: Help register participants at the event. Pre-event training is required. Training will be held on Wednesday October 25th at 6:00PM at the American Cancer Society office located at 8500 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87112.
Route Marshals: Direct walkers to stay on the route/Cheer on walkers
Water Stations: Distribute water and snacks to walkers along the route.
Volunteer Check-in: Sign in and direct volunteers to their stations.
Parking: Direct participants where to park around Home Depot and surrounding areas.
Setup/Cleanup: May involve heavy lifting, moving, and loading. Setup will begin at 2:00PM on Friday 10/27. Cleanup will begin at 12:00PM on Saturday 10/28.
Groups are welcome. Please send full name, cell phone number, email address and tshirt size for anyone who is interested in volunteering.
Join us as we plan our first "Home Is Where The Art Is" Silent Auction Event, which will benefit homeless children and youth in New Mexico. Proceeds from the auction will support programs that provide shelter, housing and services to homeless children and youth. Proceeds will also support our advocacy to protect the rights of children and youth experiencing homelessness and to increase funding for proven solutions to homelessness.
Our Silent Auction will take place in Spring 2018 and will feature artwork that explores the question of "What makes the place we live feel like home?" Our Planning Committee will meet monthly until the event (we'll work with volunteers to establish a regular meeting date & time that works for everyone).
We need volunteers to help with picking up/organizing donated art, publicizing the event, recruiting artists, engaging local schools, securing sponsorships, organizing event logistics, arranging food and entertainment and setting up for the event.
Donation intake volunteers will sort, price, clean and stock donations. These volunteers will:
Hang, sort, fold and price clothing and linens
Test, clean and price electronics
Keep books stocked ad organized
Move furniture in store and warehouse
We also need volunteers who can provide some repairs and minor maintenance in buildings.
And, a "greeter" in our thrift store on Tuesdays.
YDI Mentoring Initiative is looking for mentors for next school year!
Meet with a student age 6-14 1hr/week on school grounds between 9:00am and 3:00pm to help with homework, play activities, and most importantly be a positive role model in their lives.
Looking for a community service opportunity that utilizes your current skill set, but is FUN!? OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program trains and places senior adults as reading mentors with elementary students in public schools. You'll meet with the same child weekly throughout the school year to read, talk, and write stories. No teaching experience is required; we emphasize your patience, compassion, and humor. By bringing the joy of reading to a young mind, you will also be a role model, a mentor and a friend to a student K-4! We will schedule your training and pay for your background check clearance. Join US!
Board member or project coordinator. Do you like to support positive change in our local and global community? Our program connects youth around the world one to one, developing empathy, collaboration and service. At a local level we create Youth Summits bringing together refugee and non-refugee high school students to work together, making our community a more inclusive and welcoming one for all. Get involved and be the change!
• Help set tables
• Help prepare food
• Arts and crafts
• Interact with participants
• Eat dinner
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Wings For L.I.F.E. has a FREE special tutoring program for children of all ages. Tutors will offer help with homework, read to & with all children, & help with any classroom needs they may have.
WHO: Students of all ages
WHEN: 1st four Monday evenings of the month, 6:00—7:30 pm
Dinner: 6—6:30 pm (For the whole family)
WFL Tutoring: 6:30—7:30 pm (For anyone who needs help)
Adult Programming: 6:30—7:30 pm
WHERE: 1st & 3rd Mondays: St. John's United Methodist Church, 2626 Arizona NE
2nd & 4th Mondays: Second Presbyterian Church, 812 Edith Blvd (Corner Edith & Lomas)
BRING: Books and homework to work on after family dinner at WFL
WHY: To help students do better in school & because we care!
For More Information call: 505-291-6412 or 505-717-7221 or reply by email by clicking Volunteer Now above. PLEASE RSVP so we have enough food for dinner.
Help set up and break down cages for cats and dogs, help prospective adopters with animals, help socialize animals while at clinic
Help take care of the many cats in our cattery. This could include scooping litter, feeding, changing water, and sweeping. Also socializing with the cats!
Come join us at HFHT and help build homes, community, and hope. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups. From building houses to assisting in the ReStore to helping out with office tasks or working at special events there is something for you.
Taos is a great place to visit for a week-long group building experience! And it's an equally wonderful experience for a company, church, or group to bond while helping the community.
Call the HFHT office at 575-758-7827 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.