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.
ARCA Finance office is in need of someone who is able to go over financial documents. This person will do basic filing, checking paper ledgers for signatures and checking electronic ledgers for receipts.
Our Home for the Holiday adopathon is coming up and we need help with our tent set up, dog walking, and greeting the public. If you like dogs and cats this is the opportunity for you.
On December 14th from 2pm-5pm we need help with set up and decoration of our tents. On the 15th and 17th we have morning (8am-12pm) and afternoon (12pm-4pm) shift.
This event will be located in the parking lot of the Petsmart on Coors. Contact email@example.com for more information or to sign up.
Some of our regular foster homes will be away for the holidays and our boarding hotel is fully booked leaving cats in need of people to care for them.
Join an involved Board in guiding Storehouse West to serve the Sandoval County food insecure.
We are looking for assistance with bookkeeping and CPA work for the newly formed nonprofit organization. Help with approximately 3 hours per month.
Administrative, writing, phone calls, social media
Cornucopia Adult & Family Services is currently seeking to grow our Board as we move forward in achieving our mission "to offer a safe, reputable and growth-oriented environment where our clients and families may maximize their potential in a community-based setting."
Established 501 c 3 non-profit organization with global relevance seeks highly motivated, self-starter with administrative aspirations. Start with publicity and fundraising; carve out own position. This is NOT a paying job until candidate generates contributions; at that time position offers limitless potential. If interested, please explore: www.SpecialOrchestra.Org , and then call (505) 864-3749.
Willing to maintain client confidentiality
Ability to discuss personal life situations with client via telephone
Ability to pray verbally with clients via telephone
Able to document client details accurately in file
Telephone clients and complete their application form with them
Clearly document pertinent life details for client which are discerned during phone calls
Set client appointments and prepare and copy appointment vouchers
Advise coordinator of specific situations regarding clients
Pray with clients on telephone at the conclusion of your calls
Officers, board members, committee members, special interest group leaders needed to support the Albuquerque Genealogical Society.
Publicity Chair: write up and promote Albuquerque Genealogical Society events to Albuquerque Journal, Alibi and local genealogical sites.
Event Coordinator: The Albuquerque Genealogical Society holds an annual book sale. Many genealogy and local history books are donated and we classify and sell them at our August meeting.
Scandinavian Expert: Assist new researchers at our twice-monthly Research Days.
1. Be part of the excitement of screening movies that are being submitted from around the globe. Join our screening team as we watch, rate and select 70 projects to be screened at AFME 2018, taking place June 4-10.
2. Event support - greeters, stage hands, distribution of marketing materials leading up to events. We are currently working on two events at the KiMo Theatre in January 2018, dates to be announced.
3. Office support with administrative duties - contracts, communication and follow up with sponsors, talent and other volunteers.
4. Volunteer Coordinator - responsible for communication and scheduling of volunteers for all AFME events. Intake and logging of volunteer applications.
Heading Home offers a full slate of volunteer options ranging from one-on-one resident interaction to work days cleaning our larger facilities to assembling gift baskets for our neighbors.
Heading Home operates in several locations throughout the Albuquerque metro, including downtown, near the Big-I, and near Double Eagle Airport on the far west side.
We're always looking for new volunteers to assist one of New Mexico's most vulnerable populations as people rebuild their lives.
We have opportunities from manning the Giving Tree in the Coronado Mall, to helping collect toys, to helping with our distribution. Please contact Amanda Suarez if you are interested and available to help us this year. Her phone number is 505-872-1171 or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CIS Volunteer Tutoring Program is designed to give young people an opportunity to have a one-on-one relationship with a caring adult, while helping them to succeed in the classroom and achieve in life. Young people thrive when adults care about them on an individual level, giving them a sense that they belong to a caring community. There are also opportunities to help with other activities that support students in their families, such as bi-weekly food distribution.
CIS partner schools include: Aspen Community Magnet School, El Camino Real Academy, Cesar Chavez Community School, Nava Elementary, Salazar Elementary, Milagro Middle School, Ortiz Middle Schools and Capital High School. Both Aspen and ECRA include 7th-8th grades.
Assist this chapter of SCORE to become more widely in the community so that it can strengthen its mission of supporting success for small businesses and non-profit organizations.
This volunteer will develop and maintain relationships with local news outlets, lenders and other business support organizations.
He or she will utilize marketing and public relations materials and content provided by the SCORE Association and the SCORE Foundation to provide a stream of news stories, features, blog posts and social media posts encouraging new clients and volunteers to contact the chapter.
As a volunteer, you will interact with people who need help preparing their tax returns at no cost to them. We need volunteers to serve as Site Coordinators and Tax Preparers.
If preparing taxes is not your ideal volunteer assignment we still have a place for you. We also need Greeters/Screeners and Interpreters.
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.
Help direct the growth and vision of a program in its 5th year of operation, so that all adults can acquire the literacy/language skills needed to achieve their personal goals. Meetings monthly in Española.
Looking for a Board member in general, as well as a Board Treasurer with non-profit experience. Fundraising and networking are part of the job of a Board Director.
Send CV/Bio with relevant experience, your interest in adult literacy, and how you feel you might contribute to the mission to email@example.com
Dinner Host Coordinator would be responsible for recruiting volunteer dinner hosts for our residents. This is a part time (2-6 hours/week) outreach type of position. Tasks may include creating distribution lists, following up with previous hosts and creating new ways of bringing in dinner hosts.
Casa Esperanza provides a home away from home supporting families facing cancer or other serious medical conditions. These families travel from all over New Mexico to temporarily reside in Albuquerque while a loved one is undergoing medical treatment. During their stay Casa Esperanza offers a variety of amenities to our residents including shuttle services, counseling and free meals.
As a volunteer, you will interact with people who need help preparing their tax returns at no cost to them. We need volunteers to serve as Site Coordinators and Tax Preparers. If preparing taxes is not your ideal volunteer assignment we still have a place for you. We also need Greeters/Screeners and Interpreters.
Free classroom training takes place in December and January on the main campus of Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) in Albuquerque.
You can also access free online certification training at IRS.gov. Search words "Link and Learn"
Promote children's theatre
Promote children's theatre
Bridge to Success NM is looking for a volunteer who can offer their services as a Public Notary at our office, but occasionally we would need you at a nursing home or other facility.
Fat Katz is looking for volunteers for our weekend adoption clinics at Petco on San Mateo and Academy. Our kittens and cats are fostered and then brought to Petco for weekend adoption clinics. The volunteer will assist with greeting prospective adopters, accepting applications and with feeding, loving and cleaning up after the kitties. Available shifts:
Sunday, 3:45 to 7ish (this is when our kitties are picked up by their fosters and then the facility is cleaned).
Please call for more information, Maribeth Thornton, 681-8076 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for volunteers who can commit to a regular shift or intermittent shifts as their schedule allows. Thank you,
We're looking for help administering a hands-on literacy assessment to our adult learners.
Key Responsibilities Include:
• Create and/or maintain existing health care professional (HCPs) relationships with local oncology centers and community organizations
• Present LLS Patient Access resources and encourage HCPs to utilize LLS patient referral form
• Update and maintain local hospital/clinic resource libraries with LLS materials
• Attend and display LLS patient access materials at community health events, such as health fairs and education programs
• Document new contacts, outreach meetings and personal volunteer hours
Do you have a passion for fighting back against cancer? That's all you need to become a cancer-fighting advocate! Advocates share their stories with lawmakers, recruit new advocates, share messages on social media and more.
MoGro is a project of the Santa Fe Community Foundation working out of the Roadrunner Food Bank in Albuquerque. MoGro is short for mobile grocery, and we work to support local food systems and break down barriers that New Mexicans face to affordable, healthy food.
We work with Pueblos, Community Health Centers, City Employee Wellness programs, Housing programs and various rural communities to bring community members a weekly produce box filled with fresh, local produce from New Mexican farmers.
We're looking for volunteers to help us on Tuesday evenings to help prepare our weekly boxes for delivery. We need help setting up, building boxes, and filling the boxes with fresh produce for our orders going out on Wednesday.
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.
Our most immediate volunteer opportunity is for a treasurer. It would take a person interested in genealogy and willing to join AGS for $20 per year, attend board meetings once a month and present financial statements. The treasurer is audited annually by a committee of members.
This position would include field supervision of social work students enrolled in the internship program at Casa Esperanza. This volunteer position will also include providing input and depth in the development of the current intern program at Casa Esperanza.
This volunteer position will require approximately 10-15 hours per week. While the majority of the supervision will be done onsite, a combination of onsite work and remote work may be possible. Applicants must possess either a MSW (Masters in Social Work) or be a qualified LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker). Job role will include: overseeing 2-3 social work interns that will be starting in January 2017; adhering to the standards for field supervision as outlined by participating universities; and, fine tuning some of the systems we have in place for our intern program.
This position begins in November, 2017 with a minimum commitment of 6 months. CEU's may be available through participating universities.
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.
Solare Collegiate is looking for candidates for the founding board. Founding board members will dedicate 8-10 hours per month from December 2017-August 2018 towards supporting the charter writer, community engagement, and the charter application interview process. Upon receiving the charter, the Founding Board may transition into the Governing Board.
New Mexico Wildlife Center needs volunteers in all areas: wildlife rehabilitation hospital, education programs, office help, and others. If you have time to give and a passion for wild animals and the environment, we can match you with a volunteer opportunity. Care for animals in our hospital or in our permanent collection; all we ask is four hours per week. The animals need you!
We are seeking individuals who would be interested in serving on our Board of Directors. We especially hope to find an individual with an interest in nonprofit finance to serve as our treasurer.
Tutor ?2nd? ?through? ?8th? ?grade? ?students on a weekly basis. Tutors focus? ?on? ?Reading? ?and? ?Math with Writing? ?and? ?Science? ?supported? ?at? ?some? ?level.
We need 5-7? ?Volunteers? ?per? ?tutoring? ?session?. We? ?will? ?use? ?an? ?online? ?schedule? ?to? ?ensure? ?we? ?have? ?minimum required? ?tutor? ?headcount? ?to? ?support? ?the? ?student? ?population?.
Tutoring? ?program? ?will? ?be? ?from? ?September 28? ?through? ?mid-December?, ?2017.? ?? ?Plan? ?for? ?1? ?day/week? ?from 4:30-5:30? ?(tentatively? ?Thursdays? ?).
Manzano High School is beginning a repetitious math 101 tutoring program for students who are struggling to pass math classes.
This year, many Freshman students are entering high school without the skills necessary to begin high school level math. The tutoring program would provide very basic, beginners level math tutoring.
There is space available here at the high school for tutoring sessions that will take place throughout the day. Materials will be available and all volunteers will be prepared/mentored before hand.
We are trying to provide support to our incoming Freshman as soon as possible. If you are interested in basic math tutoring, please call:
Manzano High School Community School Coordinator
Cancer Support Now is a local non-profit that provides peer support for people with cancer and their loved ones so that no one has to go through cancer alone. We are seeking an individual that would be interested in serving on our Board of Directors who has an interest and experience with marketing.
Marketing tasks to include serving on a marketing committee, marketing management for special events, attendance at monthly Board meeting (2nd Sunday/month in afternoon), experience with a computer design program.
Any interested individuals may contact Jerry Cross at email@example.com or (505) 228-6768.
RoboRAVE International is a robotics education program and competition for kids 8+ to design, build, and program robots to compete in a variety of challenges. We host this event at the ABQ Convention Center and we anticipate 2000 kids from NM, AZ, CA, CO, TX and seventeen countries!
Each year we seek 75-100 volunteers to help us make this event happen. NO ROBOTICS or TECH experience needed. Our greatest need is for track monitors - just to ensure the kiddos complete each task. Easy and FUN!
Visit: www.roborave.org for more info.
The Friends of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge (FVDO)supports and assists in the realization of the overall vision to restore native wildlife habitat and the establishment of the Valle de Oro National Urban Wildlife Refuge as a community resource. This includes promoting Refuge opportunities and amenities, developing and administering environmental and cultural education programs, providing volunteer support, and fundraising to support Refuge projects and facilities.
We are currently looking for a board member with fundraising experience to support the goals of our strategic plan.
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 a financial education and/or experience
• 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
Exciting volunteer opportunity for a social media coordinator. Small, rapidly growing non-profit organization is seeking social media expert to develop and execute strategy in order to expand and engage audience. Experience running successful online fundraising campaigns helpful, but not necessary.
Founded in 1989, ReadWest is a non-profit organization that promotes adult literacy in the Rio Rancho and Albuquerque, NM area. With a team of 260 volunteers, we provide thousands of hours of free one-to-one tutoring each year to adults learning to read, write, and speak English. The support we provide increases basic survival skills, job skills, parenting skills, and employability. With our help, people are able to open new doors and transform their lives.
Help us to tell our story! Contact us to get involved in this fantastic opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause. College students welcome to apply.
Please send email expressing your interest to Readwest@ReadWest.org
Our goal is to give academic, cultural and social support to children in grades K-12, who are from homeless or low-income families, promoting educational development in ALL our youth regardless of ethnicity.
Our students are at-risk for academic failure and behavioral issues that affect the community. Helping students with academic needs for improvement in math, language arts and science as well as Drugs/Alcohol and Life Skills Training.
The Board of Directors supports the work of S.A.F.E. House and provides support, leadership and strategic governance. Board members participates in developing and monitoring strategic plans, short and long-term goals for the agency, monitors the agency's financial performance and program compliance. Board members bring personal and professional expertise to support the mission of the agency.
Exciting volunteer opportunity for Social Media Coordinator. Small, rapidly growing non-profit organization is seeking social media expert to develop and execute a strategy to expand and engage internet audience. Experience running successful online fundraising campaigns is helpful.
Founded in 1989, ReadWest is a non-profit organization that promotes adult literacy in the Rio Rancho and Albuquerque, NM area. With a team of 260 volunteers, we provide thousands of hours of free one-to-one tutoring each year to adults learning to read, write, and speak English. The support we provide increases basic survival skills, job skills, parenting skills, and employability. With our help, people can open new doors and transform their lives.
Help us to tell our story! Contact us to get involved in this fantastic opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause. College students welcome to apply.
Please send resume and email cover note to Readwest@ReadWest.org
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!
Our Fundraising Director will collaborate with the MSI board and administrators in various fundraising activities, from grant writing to fundraising events and/or crowdfunding projects. We are hoping to have someone with significant knowledge and/or experience in non-profit fundraising who will know how best to help the organization realize it's mission.
Animal-Kind International supports 11 animal welfare organizations: 7 in Africa, 3 in Latin America/Caribbean, 1 in Armenia. We've been in existence for 10 years, and we've reached a plateau. We want to improve our SEO! We know that when people find us, they're interested in what we do, and when people donate to us, they usually donate a 2nd time and more--but 1st, they need to find us! Besides our ongoing efforts to get information out about AKI through radio, print and online, we've identified SEO as one of the keys to getting greater visibility for us, but more importantly, for the 11 organizations we support. See our website, https://www.animal-kind.org/ We'd like to have a volunteer (we are an all-volunteer group) to help with SEO. If the volunteer would like to become a board member, we'd welcome that, but it's certainly not required. The volunteer can work any days, any times, any amount, and work from home.
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
Unload food truck, sort and inventory food, pack and load food, transport food to pantries, assist in pantry
Guest Chefs prepare dinner for families (60 people) staying at the Ronald McDonald House. Without the burden of grocery shopping and cooking, families have more time, energy and resources to devote to the care of their child in the hospital. Meals give added nourishment and allow families to take a small break from their hospital duties. Meals are prepared by talented volunteers and groups.
A board of directors is a body of elected or appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of a company or organization. Other names include board of governors, board of managers, board of regents, board of trustees, and board of visitors. It may also be called "the executive board" and is often simply referred to as "the board".
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.