Projects tagged with "Volunteers"

Join the Community Outreach Team at American Youth Literacy Foundation

The American Youth Literacy Foundation's mission is to save millions of children from a lifetime of illiteracy and bring about true education parity in just a few years’ time by deploying the FUNetix(r) 12 Hour Reading App(tm) nationwide. They believe that they can change millions of lives for the better by bringing FUNetix into communities, and ultimately schools, across the country. Their Community Outreach Team members are individuals with diverse backgrounds and with diverse interests and talents; but most of all, they are individuals who have a willingness to reach out to students in need, parents in need, communities in need, and to the members and leaders within those communities who can help make a difference. Please visit: https://www.volunteermatch.org/results/opp_detail.jsp?oppid=3296111&_trk_=ss_4b9c716e4c68c337869637cc90638b8b
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Volunteer at Assistance League of Los Angeles

Looking for a way to contribute to the community? Come to the Assistance League of Los Angeles for a meaningful volunteer experience with one of their service programs or at a special event. With a rich history rooted in the fabric of Los Angeles, a diverse membership of caring individuals, and programs that continuously evolve to meet the changing times, your volunteer experience at the League will be like no other. Please visit: https://assistanceleaguela.org/volunteering-at-the-league/
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Make a Difference with Aviva Family & Children’s Services

Without Aviva Family & Children's Services' volunteers they could not offer food/clothing drive through events, fabulous workshops and classes, or extra-curricular activities to their clients throughout all of their program. VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE AT AVIVA in the life of a child, teen, young mom, foster youth or families! They are excited about what they can do this year and in the years to come, both virtually and in-person. At Aviva, a volunteer can have a direct influence on a young person’s life as well as the caregiver. From a one-time event to a long-term commitment, Aviva has various ways to volunteer and be involved that fit your schedule. Thank you in advance for your time, your energy, your commitment, and most of all for caring. They look forward to welcoming you to Aviva! Please visit: https://aviva.org/volunteer/
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Volunteer at Child Care Resource Center

Volunteer at Child Care Resource Center! CCRC welcomes individuals groups to help them fulfill our mission of providing quality child care, development, and education services for families. You can volunteer at one of our offices. Help sort books or use your talents with special projects and professional services. Please visit: https://www.ccrcca.org/donate-main-page/volunteer/
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Help LA Family Housing End Homelessness by Supporting Their Office Staff

We welcome you to support LA Family Housing's office. You would behelping the fight against homelessness by helping them organize files and inputting data. Sign Up online today. https://lafh.org/volunteer
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Help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as a Support Volunteer

Help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by volunteering in order to assist with specific projects and activities, many of which are likely to generate revenue for fundraising campaigns. This will contribute to their goal of pursuing cancer goals. A version of this role may require a background check and a desired time commitment of 5 to 10 hours a week for 6 months. For more information and to sign up, go to the website below and look for the role titled "Greater Los Angeles Region or Campaign Support Volunteer": https://www.volunteerlls.org/?nd=opportunities&postal_code=90038&position_search=
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Help Fundraise for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Big Climb Event

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has an event called the Big Climb where participants take part in a challenge to climb the stairs to the top of iconic buildings across the country in support of new cures for cancer. Your role would be to particpate in the Big Climb and fundraise to help meet their goal. Fundraising usually beginnings 2 to 3 months before the event and requires 2 to 3 hours of your time every week. To find out more and sign up, go to the website below and choose "Greater Los Angeles Big Climb Fundraising Team Member": https://www.volunteerlls.org/?nd=opportunities&postal_code=90038&position_search=
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Volunteer to Deliver Food with Project Angel Food

Help provide some relief to Project Angel Food's staff meal delivery drivers. Volunteers deliver meals to 8 to 10 clients between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. every Sunday through Friday. The routes are within greater Los Angeles City area and take approximately 2 hours to complete. Volunteers drive their own vehicles, pick up at Project Angel Food, deliver the meals, and email in the results. Pick-ups and deliveries follow all COVID-19 mitigation guidelines, including masks, gloves, and distancing. You can email them at volunteers@angelfood.org or visit their website at https://www.angelfood.org/delivery/volunteers/individuals-and-groups
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Volunteer as a Kitchen Assistant with Project Angel Food

Project Angel Food’s kitchen is 80% volunteer-driven. You don’t need to be great cook, all you need to do is simply take direction from their professionally trained chefs. You’ll join compassionate people in chopping vegetables, stirring sauces, mixing batter, baking cookies, and packaging the meals. They have shifts Sunday through Friday from 8:15 am to 12 pm and 1 to 4 pm. For the safety of all volunteers, staff and clients, all volunteers must have received a COVID-19 vaccination and be 14 years of age or older. Volunteers aged 14 or 15 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Volunteers aged 16 or 17 years must have a parent or guardian sign a liability waiver form. Learn more here: https://www.angelfood.org/delivery/volunteers/individuals-and-groups
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Volunteer as a Kitchen Assistant with Project Angel Food

Project Angel Food’s kitchen is 80% volunteer-driven. You don’t need to be great cook, all you need to do is simply take direction from their professionally trained chefs. You’ll join compassionate people in chopping vegetables, stirring sauces, mixing batter, baking cookies, and packaging the meals. They have shifts Sunday through Friday from 8:15 am to 12 pm and 1 to 4 pm. For the safety of all volunteers, staff and clients, all volunteers must have received a COVID-19 vaccination and be 14 years of age or older. Volunteers aged 14 or 15 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Volunteers aged 16 or 17 years must have a parent or guardian sign a liability waiver form. Learn more here: https://www.angelfood.org/delivery/volunteers/individuals-and-groups
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Volunteer as a Telephone Angel for Project Angel Food

The isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the loneliness of many of othose that Project Angel Food serves, as well as some of their volunteers. The Telephone Angels program adds human contact to the lives of both their clients and volunteers through regularly scheduled phone calls to check in, share updates and add brightness to the day. The commitment of the volunteer helps to build a friendly bond and give the client and volunteer something to look forward to each week. To find out more email them at volunteers@angelfood.org or go to their website: https://www.angelfood.org/delivery/volunteers/individuals-and-groups
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Help Project Angel Food with Office Projects

This volunteering opportunity is for those who have a varying schedule, don’t particularly have an affinity for cooking, and love to show off their organizational or creative skills. You may help on an as-needed basis in Project Angel Food's offices. There are various projects, including mailings, donor and client outreach, assembling gift bags for events, decorating client birthday bags or meal delivery bags, making Feed Bead bracelets, packaging Project Angel Food’s Do Gooding Good Cookies, and countless other tasks requiring nimble and creative hands. To find out more email them at volunteers@angelfood.org or go to their website: https://www.angelfood.org/delivery/volunteers/individuals-and-groups
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Help Project Angel Food with Special Events

Project Angel Food has events throughout the year. Volunteers are vital to the success of these events and present unique opportunities to engage with their supporters. From annual events like Bowling for Angels, Angel Awards, Lead with Love Telethon, to bespoke chef’s dinners and private parties, volunteers help them secure much-needed resources for their mission in fun, social settings. For the safety of all volunteers, staff and guests, all volunteers must have received a COVID-19 vaccination and meet the age requirement based on specific event requirements. ‍To learn more email them at volunteers@angelfood.org
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Help Organize Clothes and Create Hygiene Kits with Project Ropa

Help organize clothes, create hygiene kits and assist with stocking their van for their direct services. They have volunteer shifts available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at their warehouse. A mask must be worn at all times while in their warehouse even if you are fully vaccinated. Must be 16 years of age to volunteer. https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp3100839.jsp
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Help Distribute Hygiene Essentials to the Unhoused with Project Ropa

Project Ropa operates the only Mobile Clothing Closet of its kind in the Los Angeles area. Their retrofitted van delivers hope as well as hygiene kits, drinking water and a full selection of men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories all neatly displayed on racks and shelves to unhoused and low-income individuals and families at service sites in Boyle Heights, Echo Park and Hollywood. At each location they operate in tandem with other mobile service providers which include showers, haircuts, ID replacement, food pantries, medical and dental clinics and employment and housing resources. In Echo Park, their events take place on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 9am to 12 pm. Volunteers will help with distributing clothing and personal hygiene essentials directly to those in need at their service locations. Project Ropa staff will be on-site at all times during services. Must be 18 years old to participate. For more information about dates and times click here: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp3312054.jsp
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Help Distribute Hygiene Essentials to the Unhoused with Project Ropa

Project Ropa operates the only Mobile Clothing Closet of its kind in the Los Angeles area. Their retrofitted van delivers hope as well as hygiene kits, drinking water and a full selection of men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories all neatly displayed on racks and shelves to unhoused and low-income individuals and families at service sites in Boyle Heights, Echo Park and Hollywood. At each location they operate in tandem with other mobile service providers which include showers, haircuts, ID replacement, food pantries, medical and dental clinics and employment and housing resources. In Boyle Heights, their events take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 9am to 12 pm. Volunteers will help with distributing clothing and personal hygiene essentials directly to those in need at their service locations. Project Ropa staff will be on-site at all times during services. Must be 18 years old to participate. For more information about dates and times click here: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp3312054.jsp
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Help Distribute Hygiene Essentials to the Unhoused with Project Ropa

Project Ropa operates the only Mobile Clothing Closet of its kind in the Los Angeles area. Their retrofitted van delivers hope as well as hygiene kits, drinking water and a full selection of men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories all neatly displayed on racks and shelves to unhoused and low-income individuals and families at service sites in Boyle Heights, Echo Park and Hollywood. At each location they operate in tandem with other mobile service providers which include showers, haircuts, ID replacement, food pantries, medical and dental clinics and employment and housing resources. They do a quick service in the Hollywood area on Fridays between 12pm-2pm where they provide grab 'n go packs of clothing essentials and hygiene kits in tandem with a nonprofit that provides meals. Volunteers will help with distributing clothing and personal hygiene essentials directly to those in need at their service locations. Project Ropa staff will be on-site at all times during services. Must be 18 years old to participate. For more information about dates and times click here: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp3312054.jsp
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Help the Sobriety Community and Volunteer with The Phoenix

The Phoenix's mission is to help build a sober active community and touch the lives of one million people by 2025. You can help be part of that mission by volunteering with the organization to help deliver local programming and connection to new members all across the country. You must be 18 years old to take part. To find out more click here: https://thephoenix.org/volunteer/
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Consider Donating to The Phoenix

Help The Phoenix soar! Help keep their memberships free and accessible to everyone. The organization relies almost soley on grants and individual donations so please consider contributing to their cause and help your community rise here: https://thephoenix.org/donate/
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Get Invloved with The San Gabriel Pomona Parents’ Place Family Resource and Empowerment Center

Volunteers are a key part of the Parents' Place's ability to do everything they do for their families. You can help out with everything from events, fundraising, and clerical support. Click here to find out more about volunterring opportunities: http://www.parentsplacefrc.com/volunteer.html.
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