Projects tagged with "MENTORING"

Join Alcoholism Center for Women and Become a Substance Abuse Intern

Alcoholism Center for Women is in need of substance abuse interns. Interns are welcome to assist ACW's Residential and Outpatient Programs. Please contact info@acwla.org for more information.

http://alcoholismcenterforwomen.org

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Assist Food Finders in their Holiday Food Drive

This year marks 29 years of Food Finders Holiday Food Drive, a community-wide effort that results in thousands of meals for those in-need during the holiday season. The drive kicks off October 1st and takes place throughout Long Beach, Los Angeles and Orange counties, continuing through December 31st. Food Finders engages neighborhoods, schools, libraries and businesses as drop-off locations for non-perishable food items and will supply collection bins to those interested in participating. The more participation community-wide, the more successful the Holiday Food Drive will be for families, individuals and children who receive the meal boxes via pantries and shelters that partner with Food Finders. In addition to collecting holiday meal staples, such as canned vegetables, stuffing, gravy, pie filling, etc., canned meats, pasta, pasta sauce, cookies and more, Food Finders will also be accepting pet food to help out pet owners and their four-legged friends. For the list of all items needed, click here: http://www.foodfinders.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Food-Finders-The-Gift-of-Food-2018.pdf.

http://www.foodfinders.org/holiday-food-drive/

Provide Mentorship to Clients of ONEgeneration

Volunteers support and enhance every program that ONEgeneration offers. For heartwarming, life-affirming experiences, come join ONEgeneration as a volunteer and start giving back to your community now! They are in need of teachers. Teach a class to seniors at one of their sites. Looking for teachers for the following classes: Book Club, Square Dancing, Ballet and Bridge.

http://www.onegeneration.org/donate/

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Provide Support for Families with Friends of the Family

Please consider making an impactful difference in the life of a child by becoming a mentor. If you are a high school student or adult who would like to share your knowledge and friendship with a middle schooler, become a volunteer mentor at Friends of the Family. they provide training and support and match you with a mentee. they ask that mentors commit for an entire academic year to preserve the strength and impact of the mentor-mentee relationship. If you have any questions or would like to become a mentor, please contact Jos_ Beltran, Program Coordinator, at (818) 988-4430 or at joseb@fofca.org.

www.fofca.org

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Provide Support for Families with Friends of the Family

Hurting families need help 365 days a year and Friends of the Family is always here. The new G.E.M. (Giving Every Month) Club offers an easy way for supporters to partner year-round to make their programs and services available when they are needed. Becoming a member of the G.E.M. Club means that each month, for the cost of a couple of movie tickets or some gourmet coffee, you can make a meaningful gift that will help families to survive and keep children safe. There are many ways to join. For more info please visit: http://www.fofca.org/index.php?FileName=be-a-gem

www.fofca.org

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Provide Support for Families with Friends of the Family

Please consider making an impactful difference in the life of a child by becoming a mentor. If you are a high school student or adult who would like to share your knowledge and friendship with a middle schooler, become a volunteer mentor at Friends of the Family. they provide training and support and match you with a mentee. they ask that mentors commit for an entire academic year to preserve the strength and impact of the mentor-mentee relationship. If you have any questions or would like to become a mentor, please contact Jos_ Beltran, Program Coordinator, at (818) 988-4430 or at joseb@fofca.org.

www.fofca.org

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Become an Instruction’s Aide for El Arca

El Arca is depends on the generosity of volunteers and this holiday season they are in need of an instructor's aide. Their Adult Development Center, Adult Support Center, and Adult Day Health Care Center have many opportunities for those wanting to give back to their developmentally disabled population. Volunteers can assist with community outings, classroom and computer instruction, social and recreational skills, arts and crafts, and dance and music. Volunteers are needed M-F 9-3. Volunteers should be able and willing to be on their feet for a few hours a time. Volunteers must be 15 or older. Fingerprinting and documentation of tuberculosis test are required for regular volunteers. Bilingual volunteers are in high demand, though this is not a requirement.

http://www.elarcainc.org/volunteer/