Family Services for Children is seeking enthusiastic people for our Board of Directors. We meet once a month in Rio Rancho to support our mission of providing a safe space for family visitations and exchange of children.
We are seeking new members to help grow and diversify our board as we work together to advise, oversee policy and direction, govern, promote, and support the mission and needs of OFFCenter Arts.
Key board responsibilities are in the areas of fundraising and outreach, support for the Executive Director, managing finances, and ensuring ongoing compliance to the vision and mission of OFFCenter.
A full description of this volunteer position is available by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digitize historical documents spanning forty years for Animal Protection of New Mexico (APNM). APNM, formerly Sangre de Cristo Animal Protection is celebrating its 40th birthday in 2019. We are in the process of archiving our historical files.
Are you looking for a fun, enriching volunteer opportunity working with children? Become a volunteer at the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House!
The Gutiérrez-Hubbell House and property is a historic adobe home, orchard, and working farm in the South Valley dating to the 1800s.
e are seeking parents, students, retired people, or anyone available during the day during the week to lead groups of students (schools during the school year and camps in the summer).
People who speak Spanish, know about gardening or farming, have a connection to the South Valley, or enjoy arts and crafts are especially welcome!
We ask volunteers to commit to leading lessons for 2 field trips for 2 seasons a year (summer, fall, spring). We offer volunteer training and orientation.
Volunteers receive an invitation to a yearly volunteer appreciation event and membership in the Hubbell House Alliance.
We need volunteers to serve as cashiers, game and activity leaders, general maintenance, stocking pumpkins, running pumpkin wagons, and many other fun tasks!
Setup Dates: September 15th and 22nd: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm (bring gloves)
Breakdown Dates: November 3rd and 10th: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm (bring gloves)
Operation Dates: Monday, October 1, 2018 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018
There are three shifts per day during the month of October. You can signup for as many shifts per day and across days as you want!
Groups and Families: If you want to signup as a group (e.g., Corporation, Non-Profit, School, etc.) or as a family (also a group), just click on all the shifts you want to volunteer together and then click the "Submit and Signup" button at the bottom of the page. Then, you will receive further instructions on the next page.
Drivers are needed one day a week or as a substitute when needed for approximately two hours. Duties include delivering a hot, nourishing meal to our clients. Meals are picked up at 10:30am at one of our four sites: Northside Presbyterian (north), Kaseman Hospital (east), Presbyterian Downtown (south) or Rust Medical Center (west).
Call our Volunteer Coordinator at (505) 823-8064 or sign up through our volunteer portal at http://mow-nm.volunteerhub.com/
The Open Space Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit "friends" group supporting the Albuquerque Open Space Division.
OSA currently has over 100 dues-paying members, and help is needed with the online database system used to manage membership.
Help is also needed with organizing membership events in collaboration with the Open Space Division; with recruiting and retaining members through tabling at events; and with Board capacity development.
Finally, assistance with developing innovative fund-raising ideas is always welcome! For additional information, please visit openspacealliance.org.
ACEing Autism is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization. We are looking for caring, energetic people to volunteer two hours for a training and free clinic where volunteers will help us teach the game of tennis to children with autism.
All types of volunteers are welcome, from students, tennis enthusiasts, special education teachers, ABA therapists, speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists to name a few. It is a chance for you as a volunteer to gain valuable experience helping children on the autism spectrum improve their social skills and physical fitness.
Knowing how to play tennis is not a prerequisite to volunteering!
We are looking for volunteers to provide childcare for 1.5 hours on Thursday, August 30th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm during a Human Rights workshop. The event will take place at La Mesa Presbyterian Church at 7401 Copper Ave. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108. This is a one-time event.
Volunteers donating their time and talents are essential to the success of the National Veterans Golden Age Games. Several opportunities are available to help with everything from sporting events to hospitality services.
We look forward to your support of our Nation's senior Veterans during the "Games of Enchantment"! https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=174952917
During the first weekend in December our volunteers turn the Albuquerque Convention Center into a winter wonderland where visitors stroll through a glittering forest of holiday trees, wreaths and have the opportunity to purchase items. Festival of Trees not only marks the beginning of the holiday season but, more importantly, it helps raise funds for children with special needs here in New Mexico.
As a decorator, you will become part of this magical community event. Your creative talents will be showcased and viewed by thousands of people from throughout New Mexico and play a vital role in raising thousands upon thousands of dollars for the kids of Carrie Tingley!
We are looking for volunteers who
• enjoy and have an eye for decorating on a big scale
• can turn "supplies on hand" into magical creations
This is a great volunteer opportunity for volunteers
• with a creative flair
• that want to take on a critical role helping CTHF to raise the funds we need
The silent auction at our Annual Festival of Trees helps increase funds raised at this two-day event. If you are willing to ask a few friends or businesses for donations; take the lead on putting together creative auction packages or just visiting local business to make an ask, consider this your invitation to join our team!
We are looking for volunteers who are able to
• Commit to making 5-10 donation requests or coordinating two packages for the silent auction
• Work with CTHF Staff and Auction Committee Chair to brainstorm and connect businesses to the mission of Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation
• Pick up items in Albuquerque and surrounding areas
This is a great volunteer opportunity for volunteers
• who know and love their local businesses
• that want to take on a small but critical role helping CTHF to raise the funds we need
• who'd like a touch of nonprofit/development experience for their resume
The Lobo Cancer Challenge raises money and awareness for patient care and cancer research in New Mexico. Riders, runners and walkers may choose the programs they wish to support.
All-100%-of the dollars that participants raise support exceptional patient care at the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center and groundbreaking research to discover the causes and cures of cancer to benefit all cancer patients.
We are seeking volunteers for several different positions.
The New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force is seeking nominations for five Board members and two officers, to be voted on by the Membership at the September 7th meeting. In particular, the Board is seeking representation from tribal communities and the Southeast and Northeast portions of the state. Two officer positions—Board Chair and Board Treasurer—are open this year.
The mission of the Task Force is to improve the health of New Mexico families by creating supportive environments in which breastfeeding is the cultural norm. We strive to bridge the gap in breastfeeding disparities and are committed to making sure all families have the support they need to reach their breastfeeding goals.
For more information or to submit your letter of interest and bio, contact Executive Director Jennifer Mastripolito at email@example.com.
Do you enjoy working with youth and reading and discussing literature?
Volunteer to spend 45 minutes a few times a month in a book club-style literature circle with five 10th or 11th graders discussing a novel. All you have to do is complete the reading for the week and come with questions and insights about the novel. You can model a love of reading, critical thinking, and discussion skills.
"The beauty of the Lit Circle program is that we can come together to share insights, discuss ideas, ideals, and have fun. I look at these kids differently than I did when I first walked in the classroom. I see their depth, passion, and enthusiasm and I also see their youth, innocence and (sometimes) folly. Hopefully, when they see me they see that there is more to being an adult than wearing a suit and going to work five days a week. Hopefully."
—George Weir, volunteer ‘06-'13
The Friends of Valle de Oro Urban National Wildlife Refuge are looking for board members in-particular a
The Friends group supports the mission of the refuge. Last year we served approximately 3,700 visits from school kids for educational programming. The Friends contributed approximately $7,500 in school field trip transportation and other educational programming, in order to supplement local schools' ability to visit the Refuge due to gaps in field trip funding.
In addition to environmental educational programs for school kids, Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge served approximately 6,700 participants in on and off-site talks and programs.
The Friends has an outside accounting firm that tracks our finances and provides reports. The treasurer would interpret the reports and present the financials at our board meetings. In addition we are looking for other board members. Especially with fundraising experience.
NMVFO is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to improving all public lands!
We partner with the United States Forest Service (USFS), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Albuquerque Open Space Division, New Mexico State Parks, National Monuments in the state. Our volunteers come from across New Mexico and are frequently joined by visitors from other states and countries. We are a diverse group, ranging from teenagers to retirees and representing every walk of life.
Our schedule typically runs Feb/Mar through Oct/Nov. You can see our current projects at this link:
We are looking to expand our volunteer Board of Directors and seek qualified individuals who have experience, skills and talents in the areas of:
Fundraising, Fundraising, Fundraising
Technology (software, database, web)
Strategy Development/Strategic Planning
Help us keep social media up to date for teachers and students. We have two Facebook pages, an Instagram account, and a Twitter account that need to be fed with information, fun items, and retweets and reposts.
Our volunteers will keep us active in that world, provide current information on the program, and help us reach new students and teachers across the state.
Our busiest times are March through mid-May. Our awards show is on May 4, 2019, and the week leading up to that date needs some special focus.
The Volunteer will serve as a member of the Einstein Gala Committee, who will perform tasks assigned by the Development Director and Development & Membership Associate. The Einstein Gala is the Museum's largest annual fundraising event that supports the Education Department's STEM programming.
• Be knowledgeable of, and able to articulate, the Museum's mission, programming, and purpose of the Einstein Gala
• Assist in formulating strategies and designs for the event's Silent Auction (i.e., silent auction item, room layout)
• The day or day before the event, assist in setting up and staging the auction, assisting patrons during the auction, and with the auction check out process.
Walk Like MADD is the Mothers Against Drunk Driving annual fundraising and awareness event. Victims, survivors, families, community members, sponsors and community partners come together to remember those who we have lost, celebrate survivors and raise funds for further prevention and intervention services. The event includes a walk, music, food, remembrance activities, a kid's zone and more!
The Children's Grief Center of New Mexico Board of Directors
Role: Members of the Board of Directors shall contribute their time, talent and treasure to advance the mission of the Children's Grief Center of New Mexico and provide leadership in the solicitation of support from the community at large.
TERM: Three years
? Participate in regularly scheduled meetings.
? Participate in special meetings of the Board of Directors (1 annual planning meeting.)
? Participate actively on one or more working committees of the Board.
? Make a meaningful personal financial contribution with a "give or get" minimum provided.
? Purchase or sell tickets and fill at least one table of 10 at the annual Healing Hearts Luncheon & Silent Auction.
Childcare on a as need basis Wednesday evenings from 4pm to 6pm . This is a substitute position. If you are interested please contact Dalilah at (505) 604-0057
This opportunity is a substitute childcare on Wednesday evenings 4 pm to 6 pm. Watch our clients' children while they are in group. We have a playroom books, games and an outdoor area. Please contact Dalilah for more details.
Childcare for the children of Crossroads. One Thursday every month from 4 pm to 6 pm. This is not a set a Thursday and changes every month. Please contact Dalilah for more information.
Crossroads needs a person or persons to cook meals for group for the women of Crossroads. You can cook for one day or for both. You will shop for the food, prepare the food either in our kitchen or your own kitchen for our group that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:20 pm. If you cook at home you may bring the food anytime before 12:30 we can heat in our kitchen. We will reimburse you for all food purchased. Please contact Dalilah if you are interested.
Hands Across Time NM is planning is planning an information session and fundraising brunch or dinner hoping to introduce potential Impact Investors, donors, and collaborative partners. We need additional volunteer to assist with the preparation, planning and implementation of the event.
Empowering and Housing Vulnerable Communities.
Board members advocate to help advance NewLife Homes Inc. mission: To provide safe, affordable, quality housing with support services, through the creation of mixed income/mixed use communities that revitalize neighborhoods, reduce crime, and improve adjacent property values.
The B.O.D. are looking for local applicants in the Albuquerque area that have experience and any relation to banking, treasurer, accounting, legal aid, and marketing/communications.
HATNM is working to implement a Home Sharing Program in the fall of 2018 modeled after HIPHousing.org. We will focus on paring newly emancipated young adult ‘Home Seekers' with ‘Home Providers' who have stable housing situations and are able to provide a secure home environment and mentorship while these young adults pursue education, trade skills development or entrepreneurship. Seeking social service professionals, project coordinators and team members, administrative aids, board members and program participants.
Christina Kent Early Childhood Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is seeking volunteers for its Board of Directors as the Center approaches its 100th birthday.
We are entering a time of excitement and opportunity and need new hands to prepare and celebrate. New directors will become part of a strong, committed Board.
Do you have skills/experience in fundraising and development? Having prior board experience is a plus. This is a working Board with each director serving on a committee that fits the individual's interests and skills. Board members generally are asked to participate in fundraising activities and events as they are able.
Every year we host a Kickoff breakfast that we invite our Survivors, Team Leaders and Sponsors out to. It is a way to thank them for participating and get them excited about this year's walk. We honor survivors, share fundraising ideas and material, and answer questions about participation.
We need volunteers to help direct parking, greet and seat guests, check in guests, sell merchandise, and pass out and collect info cards.
More info about the Albuquerque Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk can be found at www.makingstrideswalk.org/AlbuquerqueNM
We are seeking an ACT! Lead for Southern New Mexico. The ACT! Lead is the key contact with the Member of Congress in their CD, and must continuously strive to build a strong relationship with their Member and their offices at home and in Washington, DC.
This volunteer may also be asked to have their team work on state and local campaigns as directed by state staff and SLA, using the skills they have acquired to impact additional levels of government.
Make an exciting difference in the future of local K-12 students by teaching them economic success skills! You can inspire young people to experience the realities and opportunities of the new global marketplace through Junior Achievement (JA), the nonprofit leader in providing innovative financial literacy, work-readiness, and entrepreneurship education.
Junior Achievement of New Mexico needs volunteers to take career- and life-skills mentoring and teaching into local classrooms. You don't need teaching experience, as all materials are created for non-teachers to deliver the programs. You just need a passion to inspire and prepare students for economic success, while sharing your personal and professional experiences.
Casa Fortaleza is a non-profit organization formed by a multidisciplinary Spanish-speaking team that works to eliminate sexual violence in the Latino community of Central New Mexico by supporting survivors and their families, and educating our community to confront and stop sexual violence.
At Casa Fortaleza we provide a comprehensive, complete, bilingual and free service in an environment of trust and confidentiality to victims of sexual violence; as well as the organization of educational events, visibility, awareness, and sensitization in the community.
We are looking for a motivated and bilingual (English/Spanish) volunteer to help us performing office tasks, creating fundraising initiatives, or organizing our child care. Your assistance will enable us to improve our client´s opportunities to heal and to build a better future for our community.
If you want to volunteer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Open volunteer board position for Treasurer of Friends of the Albuquerque Public Library, to start July 1.
Responsibilities include attending quarterly board meetings and executive committee meetings, reviewing cash disbursements and signing checks, reviewing monthly financials, communicating with paid bookkeeper, chairing investment committee and communicating with investment advisor, preparing annual budget and overseeing annual financial statement audit and presenting audited financial statements to board of directors.
Total monthly time commitment averages about 6-8 hours. Annual operating budget is roughly $225,000. The financial position of the organization is strong, with an active board and great volunteer support.
Officer terms are for two years. Position is starting mid-term as current Treasurer is moving out-of-state, current Treasurer will be available to assist with transition process
Abrazos Family Support Services is seeking an experienced leader to serve on our Board of Directors. Our mission is to improve the lives of children and adults with or at risk for developmental disabilities and their families by providing specialized services.
Our active and engaged board is looking to add a position with experience in human resources that can contribute to our quarterly meetings as well as the strategic planning and fundraising goals that will assist us in achieving our mission.
Our board that works well with each other, the staff, and the stakeholders in making sure that Abrazos is the best place for children needing specialized services.
We are in need of a licensed electrician. We supply the material, you supply the labor. We have an older house with clients that requires some updated outlets and our insurance won't let us do this without a licensed electrician.
We seek volunteers for the following functional areas:
Community Action Board: Members of the community who are passionate about supporting the performing arts across New Mexico and have the ability to liaise with the community in Albuquerque, Los Alamos, Santa Fe, Ruidoso and Roswell
Events: Looking for people who enjoy putting on music-related fund and friend-raising events
Studio: People who have knowledge/and or interest in classical music and support the many functions of radio programming
Clerical: People who enjoy data entry and various office functions such as filing, printing, layout/design organizing, and working in Microsoft Office
Pro bono Accountant and/or Filing Assistant needed for small non-profit theatre in Nob Hill. QuickBooks are set up and need to be maintained. We work with many volunteers from our community and would love to bring you into our administrative company.
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 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.
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.
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!)
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.
. 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!
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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!
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 email@example.com for more information.