Kid Works Volunteer
St. Louis Childrens Hospital
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Our Volunteer Program at Franciscan Children’s provides volunteers with the opportunity to truly make a difference and to be helping hands for our patients, students, families and staff. Whether you are playing games with children, cuddling infants in our medical rehabilitation programs, navigating visitors around campus, or giving parents a much-needed break, your generosity leaves a lasting impression on the Franciscan Children’s community. Each year, we welcome amazing individuals, groups and organizations who generously dedicate their time and energy to our mission. We are grateful for their contributions that enable us to provide excellent care and education for children and families. As a volunteer, our goal is to assist you in finding a placement at Franciscan Children’s that best fits you!
Join our Volunteer Program in the convenient, accessible Brighton neighborhood of Boston.
Arizona Animal Welfare League
Kids aged 8-17 have the opportunity to help out at our shelter doing daily volunteer tasks and chores! Jr Volunteers will get an opportunity to help out in many behind the scenes areas of AAWL and help keep our animals clean, fed, and happy! This day will include work in both the dog and cat areas of the shelter as well as the Education areas. A new program designed for adults and children to volunteer together in a safe, educational, and rewarding setting. Led by a professional humane educator, Family Volunteer Days allows families with children ages 6-17 to participate in everyday volunteer activities at our shelter.
This is where drop-off and pick-up will take place, NOT the Sonia Breslow Adoption Center main entrance on 40th Street. 15 North 40th Place is the address you want to set as your destination.
Volunteer – Kids in Danger
Join KID in the fight for product safety by volunteering your time to support our cause. KID is a small but mighty organization, and we gain immeasurable strength from the dedicated volunteers who support our work. Last year, volunteers and interns contributed over 2,000 hours of their time to advocate for children! Whether you are a student looking for internship or volunteer experience or a professional hoping to get involved with special events, we have opportunities that will work for you. Volunteer and internship experiences are flexible and offer unique opportunities to build vital skills or give back to your community.
View our current volunteer postings on VolunteerMatch and review our general volunteer opportunities for information on currently open positions.
Audubon Nature Institute
Audubon’s dedicated youth volunteers make our mission possible, and volunteering can be a great way to get involved in our community. Each program offers a unique adventure with memories to last a lifetime! Our youth programs include training curriculum designed to expand students’ knowledge of the natural world through hands-on learning activities, field trips and interactive sessions with animal staff. These opportunities allow students to examine various career paths as well as learn valuable work place skills including responsibility, self-confidence, accountability and public speaking. By volunteering with Audubon Nature Institute, our teens demonstrate stewardship for the environment and work together to support our purpose of Celebrating the Wonders of Nature.
Safe Kids, Strong Families
Thursday, May 16, 2019, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 27, 2019, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. All orientations start promptly at the times listed above. If you are planning on attending an orientation, please be sure to arrive on time or slightly early to avoid missing important information! Volunteer application packets and instructions will be made available to prospective volunteers on the night of orientation!
After all the paperwork is received, we’ll coordinate an in-person interview to get to know you better and determine your area of interest. Once we determine which program you’ll be helping with, we’ll arrange any necessary training. All individual volunteers must be at least 18 years old and complete the volunteer process.
Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
Volunteers are the heart and soul of the Food Bank’s mission. Every day, Food Bank volunteers are making a tangible contribution to our communities. Last year, Food Bank volunteers gave 230,694 hours of their time. This is equivalent to 111 full-time employees – literally doubling the size of our staff! Volunteers are vital to ensuring nutritious food reaches the more than 600,000 individuals living in food-insecure households each year.
It’s an exciting time to volunteer at Food Bank CENC: We have recently transitioned to a new online sign-up system! Pre-registering with your account helps us get an accurate head count, and lets you track your volunteer hours over time. Thank you for your patience as we work through any final hiccups with the new system.