There is an overwhelming need in Wake County, North Carolina of children that are homeless or resides in low income household. It is well known that a lack of food or health care can affect a child’s education. But another critical need is proper hygiene. Children with poor hygiene become social outcasts, which affects their … Continue reading Donated Hygiene Products
Could your church, civic group, or community organization host a Kids Summer Meals site in 2018? By partnering with Food Bank CENC, sites provide breakfast and lunch meals to children living in low-income areas, while school is out for the summer. Visit our page: foodbankcenc.org/ksm for more information or to submit an application!
Join us for a Volunteer Festival! Meet our local charities and non-profits. Learn how you can get involved in serving our community! You’ll find volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, kids and teens. Organizations include Family Promise of Wake County, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, K9s Serving Vets, Passage Home, Wheels4Hope and more! We’ll have Havana Dave’s food … Continue reading Spring into Action 2018
Looking for a great way to have “pony time” AND serve a great cause? We are looking for a few good horse people to help out in the barn, and we love to teach people how we build relationships with our horses! To get started, just contact Prisca at firstname.lastname@example.org and sign up for the … Continue reading Love Horses? We Need You!
Please join the annual community wide sweet potato bagging event starting at 9:00 am on Saturday, Feb. 24. It will be held at St. Catherine of Siena Parish Catholic Church, 520 W. Holding St. in Wake Forest. We will be bagging at least 40,000 pounds of sweet potatoes that were grown on former NFL player … Continue reading Community Wide Sweet Potato Baggin’ Event
Family Promise of Wake County is the only homelessness nonprofit to offer a continuum of services and partnerships to move families all the way from homelessness to safe, affordable, permanent housing. Help welcome our families as they transition into their new homes. A simple basket with housewarming items – what you would bring a friend … Continue reading Welcome Baskets or Buckets
A simple and very easy way to help is to individually portion out powder laundry detergent for our families. Powder only: 1 scoop (for 1 regular load per the package instructions) in a small zip lock bag They can be dropped off M-F 8-5:30pm Family Promise of Wake County 903 Method Road Raleigh NC 27606
Join our Volunteer Manager, Abbey Riesett, on January 31st at Eva Perry Regional Library, as she shines a spotlight on all the work we do at the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and how you can get involved in your community. No registration required. Wednesday, January 31, 2018 3:30 PM-4:30 PM Eva Perry Regional Library 2100 Shepherds … Continue reading Spotlight on the Food Shuttle
Volunteer pet therapist needed to visit inpatient children, adolescents and senior adults in safe behavioral health setting. Flexible times; small time commitment with big impact. Our patients, who are 5 to 18 yrs old and 55+, would benefit from therapeutic visits from a pet and its therapist. Our Clinical Director agrees having a pet visit … Continue reading Volunteer Pet Therapist Needed
School aged patients at behavioral health facility need volunteers to attend an IEP meeting (Individual Educational Plan) as their advocate. 1-2 hour commitment. One time per student. Strategic Behavioral Health is a for profit system of mental health hospitals. We provide acute and residential mental health services to underserved populations – ages 5 to 18 … Continue reading IEP Student Advocate Volunteers Needed
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle pioneers innovative, transformative solutions designed to end hunger in our community. We feed, teach, and grow to create a hunger-free and healthy community. The Food Shuttle Farm grows and distributes fresh produce as a part of the solution to ending hunger. We are searching for a few regular volunteers to complete weekly … Continue reading Food Shuttle Farm – Grounds Maintenance
The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle has lots of ways you can make volunteering part of your New Year’s resolution, including recovering and distributing food from retailers, mulching at the farm and gardens, teaching gardening education, and more. Volunteer opportunities for Families, Groups, and Individuals are available, so please sign up today!
- Posted in: Needs, Organization
- Focus: Volunteer
- People Served: Elderly, Families, Infants, Men, People with Disabilities, Teenagers, Veterans, Women, Youth
- Topics: Hope, Hunger, Low-income
- Interests: Administrative, Education, Food, Health, Holidays, Nature
- Participant Ages: Adults, All Ages, Teens, Young Children
Family Promise of Wake County is in need of weekend volunteers at our Day Center. Volunteers who serve as Day Center monitors are responsible for opening or closing the Day Center, implementing guest guidelines, and taking phone messages. Volunteers commit to three to five hour shifts a few times throughout the year on Saturdays and … Continue reading Weekend Day Center Monitor Needed
Great photos tell a story. Habitat of Wake County is looking for Photography Volunteers to capture the stories unfolding on our construction sites, at the families’ homes, and in our ReStore. Help us share the stories of our families, volunteers, and special events.
CHRISTmas is the most wonderful time of the year! We must always remember the reason for the season. Part of our mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. We have some wonderful volunteer opportunities that we would like for you to consider so that we all can help make Christmas wonderful for those … Continue reading #WakeArmy Volunteer Opportunities for the Christmas Season
The holidays are fast approaching! Raleigh Rescue Mission has lots of ways for you to get involved in helping to serve those in need over the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season. Volunteers are an important partner in ministering to the homeless and hurting in our community! You can serve individually or in groups. Ways to … Continue reading Holiday Hope for the Homeless
Are you and your colleagues, family and friends looking for ways to help your neighbors and celebrate the season of giving this year? Here are some ideas of how you and your organization can assist Meals on Wheels of Wake County during the holidays: Instead of having the typical office/group gift exchange, take up a … Continue reading Make the Holidays Brighter for Wake County Senior Neighbors
The Salvation Army of Wake County needs volunteers for its Angel Tree program. Help people adopt angels for Christmas! Volunteers are needed to staff the three main Angel Tree locations: Cary Towne Mall, Crabtree Valley Mall, and Triangle Town Center. November 10-December 15; Monday-Sunday; 2 hour shifts. Times vary by location. The Angel Tree specifically … Continue reading Angel Tree Program Volunteers Needed!
Interested in Bible studies or writing letters to provide hope and encouragement? Christian Library International needs assistance with the following areas to advance Christ’s light in prisons across the U.S. 1. Bible Study Review: CLI Bible Ministers review inmate Bible study lessons and offer encouraging comments and Bible verses. Answer keys for the lessons and … Continue reading Provide Hope & Encouragement
Prefer an office environment to the build site? Join us behind-the-scenes as an office support volunteer as we keep our projects humming and support Habitat Wake’s community-transforming work. Habitat Wake is currently seeking regular volunteers in the following areas: Administrative Support Support Habitat Wake’s operations by assisting with front-desk hospitality, data entry, mailings, fund development … Continue reading Habitat Wake Office Support – Make an impact without breaking a sweat!