automatic News for 05-14-2019

Volunteer in Peru with Kindergarten Children

Houston Community Service Projects for Teens and Kids

WELCOME. I’m Claire Furse, and I created because I understand that it can be hard for teens to find volunteer opportunities. Most middle and high school students are interested in community service, but many organizations require volunteers to be 18, or they only offer projects during the school day, when students aren’t available. Serve for Good includes more than 130 nonprofits in the Houston area that have interesting projects that students can do. I hope this website will help you and other teens find organizations that you are passionate about! 

I’d love to hear about your volunteering experiences. If you don’t want the review to be public, you can email claire. I would also be very happy to include any photos of your volunteer experience that you want to share. If you know of a charity that is looking for teen volunteers, please let me know. Information about Serve for Good has appeared in the Houston Chronicle’s Examiner section. 

I definitely would like to know about any incorrect information, broken links, outdated contact names, or any other issues. Please use the Contact Us form or email me at claire. 

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Hands On Nashville

Volunteer with your whole family, or as parent/guardian and child together. This is a great way to do something for the community as a family and introduce children to the difference one person can make! A variety of volunteer projects open to families are available on our Opportunity Calendar. Check the individual project details for age specifications. There are two ways to register your family for volunteer opportunities with HON. 

Create a volunteer team. This is recommended for parents with children under 13, and for families who plan to volunteer together regularly. OR. Register each member of your family as individuals. Please remember that children 12 and younger cannot create an account. 

Ask your friends, family, and neighbors to give canned goods. Then take the food to your local food bank or food collection site. Collect used children’s books at your school, place of worship, or neighborhood to donate to kids in the Middle Tennessee area who do not have access to books. Two organizations that distribute books to children and teens in low-income families are Book’em and Nashville Public Library. 

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50 Kid Friendly Volunteering Ideas

Introduce the concept of giving back to your little ones with one or more of these 50 kid friendly volunteering ideas! Use SignUpGenius to coordinate a collection of used books in your neighborhood and donate them to your local school. Coordinate a neighborhood garage sale and donate the proceeds to a local charity. Check with your local soup kitchen to see if young children can assist with setting tables or handing out small fruits like apples and bananas. Participate in local events, such as 5Ks, fun runs, or other events that donate proceeds to local charities helping those in need. 

Gather information about volunteering at a local nature center, farm, or zoo. Donate newspapers, dog beds, or other pet supplies to a local animal shelter. Bring smiles to local Senior Citizens by visiting or volunteering at an assisted living or nursing home facility. Volunteer to grade papers or pre-cut materials at a local elementary school. Volunteer to work a booth at a local elementary school event. 

Look into the volunteer policies at local hospitals. Contact a local firehouse and ask if you can help with cleaning and maintenance. 

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40 Ways Kids Can Volunteer, Toddler to Teen

There are many creative ways to volunteer based on local needs and your child’s interests. 2, Volunteer to deliver Meals on Wheels in your neighborhood, perfect for parent and young children. Protect natural, cultural, and historical resources by volunteering for the National Park Service Youth Conservation Corps. Learn rehabbing skills while volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. Rules may vary, in our area older kids can volunteer along with a parent. Volunteer with Red Cross Youth Services through your local Red Cross branch. 

Make sure kids and parents take a CPR/first-aid course so everyone is ready to volunteer lifesaving services if necessary. Certify your dog as a therapy dog to volunteer in hospitals and schools. Volunteer to help your library run an Edible Book Festival. Volunteer as a family to help at a Ronald McDonald House in your area. Earn a President’s Volunteer Service Award for your volunteer work. 

Earn the Congressional Award, which recognizes initiative by American youth in four self-determined goals areas: Volunteer Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness and Expedition/Exploration. 

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Volunteer – A Precious Child

Volunteerism will empower you to find your purpose and turn it into meaningful change! Volunteers are the core of A Precious Child – fulfilling our mission requires more than 6,700 volunteers annually who donate thousands of hours of volunteer service. We have an array of volunteer opportunities to choose from for individuals, corporate groups, churches, community organizations – all of which directly benefit children and families in need. Volunteer opportunities at signature events will be located at other locations; information will be provided upon request. Volunteer Requirements A Precious Child accepts volunteers 5 years of age and older. 

Volunteers ages 5-12 must attend with a parent or guardian. Volunteers 13 years old and up can volunteer independently. All volunteers are required to complete a Volunteer Waiver Form online prior to attending their first volunteer shift. Volunteers under the age of 18 must have their Volunteer Waiver Form signed by a parent or guardian to participate in volunteering. Volunteers are required to wear close toed shoes to work in A Precious Child’s warehouse facility. 

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