vOWLnteer Opportunities


 

      
WCSLCR/ SAVI Events Community Opportunities
FAU Opportunities On-going Community Opportunities
On-going FAU Opportunities Scholarship & Internship Opportunities

  

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The following websites offer vOWLnteers additional opportunities that may not be listed below.

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 FAU WCSLCR/SAVI Volunteer Opportunities

Click on the link below to see all WCSLCR/SAVI volunteer opportunities for each campus.

 

SAVI/WCSLCR Volunteer Events and Programs

 

 

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FAU Opportunities

  






Student Government Program Board

If you would like to assist with planning and setting-up the major on campus events such as Comedy Shows, Step Shows, Concerts, etc, volunteer with Student Government Program Board.

 

Health and Wellness Education Department

If you have interest in the medical field or like talking to your peers about their health and well-being, contact this department to find out about how to become a volunteer or to join the student run Peer Education Team (PET).

For more information, call 561-297-1120.

 

FAU Library - Boca Raton Campus

To find out about current volunteer opportunities at the library call 561-297-3765.

 

   

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On-Going FAU Opportunities

  • Engineering Volunteer for Harbor Branch at FAU
  • Learning Ally Audio Production
  • Friends of Harbor Branch Program
  • Community Outreach/Marketing Specialty License Plates for Harbor Branch at FAU- Weekends!
  • Recorded Sound Archives at FAU Libraries

 

Project: Reading Pals

Date: On-Going

Time for volunteers: Varies

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): "Reading Pals," coordinated through the United Way, is a reading program for youngsters who are at lower performing schools. If you have one hour a week to volunteer, do consider signing up. This program lasts 25 weeks but time invested can be shared with another student. Fingerprinting is required and no charge to volunteers).

Contact: Ana Bravo, 954-236-1183, abravo2012@fau.edu

 

 

Agency/Organization Name: Harbor Branch at FAU

Please refer to the link below for all volunteering opportunities with HBOI.
http://fau.edu/hboi/community/ volunteer.php

 

Agency/Organization Name: Recorded Sound Archives @ FAU Libraries

Event: Audio Recordings Data Entry

Date: On-Going (Monday-Thursday)

Location: 777 Glades Rd. Boca Raton, Fl 33431 (Boca Raton Campus, Library 5th Floor)

Time for Volunteers: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Reviewing vintage audio recordings and entering information on labels and jackets into database.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Alethea Perez, 561-297-0080, aperez78@fau.edu

 

Project/ Event: Learning Ally Audio Production (reading/recording textbooks)

Date: On-Going

Time: Monday–Saturday, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.; 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Evening shifts from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. 

Location: Learning Ally - Located on FAU's Boca Raton campus, Gladys Davis Pavilion, Building 49

Description: Start and stop the recording equipment, marking pages and catching the reader's mistakes. Volunteers are eligible to become readers.

Volunteer Commitment: Volunteer orientation. Minimum of 2 (2 hour) visits per month for six months OR 2 hours once a week for a semester.

Dress Code: Causal

Contact to Volunteer: Learning Ally Volunteer Information Desk: 561-297-4444,  www.learningally.org

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Community Opportunities

 

 

 

Agency/Organization Name: Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America

Project/ Event: Wacky Water Station at Palm Beach Half Marathon

Date:  December 7, 2014

Time for Volunteers:  5:30 am - 11:00 am

Location: 101 S. Flager Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Team Challenge South Florida needs 15-20 energetic & enthusiastic volunteers to dress up in a themed costume (IBD Superheroes) and help pass out water and encourage/cheer runners to the finish line!

Dress Code: Themed Customes: IBD superheroes
*Costumes can be provided if you don't want to make your own

Contact to Volunteer: Alyssa Rich, 561.218.2929 opt. ex. 6, arich@ccfa.org

Agency Website: http://www.ccfa.org/chapters/florida/

 

Agency/Organization Name: Caring Hearts Auxiliary of Louis & Anne Green Memory & Wellness Center at FAU

Project/ Event: Keep Memories Alive Walk in the Mall

Date: November 1st and 2nd

Time for Volunteers: November 1st at 8:30 pm
                                 November 2nd at 7:45 am

Location: Town Center at Boca Raton; North Entrance (Near Grand Lux)


Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): 

Saturday November 1st: Volunteers are needed to assist in the set up of the event

Sunday November 2nd: Volunteers are needed to assist in passing out event t-shirts, directing walkers during sign-in process, and post-event clean up

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Lindsey Parker 561-287-4066 lparke14@fau.edu

Agency Website: nursing.fau.edu/keepmemoriesalive

 

Agency/Organization Name: Florida Science Olympiad

Project/ Event: Southeast Regional Competition @ FAU

Date: Feb 21, 2015

Time for Volunteers: Approximately 7am-4 pm; time may vary depending on assigned job.

Location: Sanson Patio

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): This is a regional competition for middle and high school students. I need volunteers to assist with the various science and engineering events that comprise the competition. Some volunteers will be assigned to help competing teams. Non-science majors are welcome to volunteer. This would be a particularly valuable experience for secondary education majors (science).

Dress Code: Casual.  (A Science Olympiad t-shirt will be provided.)

Contact to Volunteer: Dr. Ingrid Johanson, 297-3303,  johanson@fau.edu

http:/cescoos. wufoo.com/forms/regional-science-olympiad-volunteer/

Agency Website www.science.fau.edu/scienceolympiad

 

 

 

Agency/Organization: Mental Health Association of Palm Beach Country

Location (including where volunteers check)-Mental Health Association in Palm Beach County

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): General office volunteers

Dress Code: Office attire

Contact to Volunteer: Val Stanley at vstanley@mhapbc.org or 561-832-3755

 

 

Agency/Organization: LifeNet4Families

Location (including where volunteers check)- Multiple Locations

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): 5-6 volunteers at the Unitarian Universalist Church (food box distribution point 9 am-1 pm, 10 volunteers each on two shifts at LifeNet4Families (making food boxes: Available shifts: 8:30 am to 12 noon and 12 noon to 3:30 pm 10 volunteers each on Tuesdays, November 19 & 26 and December 17 and 24 at LifeNet4Families (sorting, bagging and distributing fresh produce) 9 am to 1 pm

Contact to Volunteer: Chris Polzer if interested chris.polzer@lifenet4families.org 954-792-2328

 

THE PLAZA AT PEMBROKE PARK/HOLIDAY RETIREMENT

Event: Performers for Senior Citizens

Date: Any times between the months of December and January

Location: 3535 SW 52ND Ave, Pembroke Park, FL 33023

Description of volunteer assignments: Seeking volunteer dancers and/or musicians that could perform for senior citizens

Contact to Volunteer: ruth.moyal@holidaytouch.com

 

 

 

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  On-Going Community Opportunities

 

Agency/Organization Name:  FLIPANY

Project/ Event:  FLIPANY's Cooking Matters Programs

Date: There are several dates which can be found on our website.

Time for Volunteers: Varied (please see link for specific class times & dates) We have morning, afternoon & evening volunteer spots available.  We also have all the days of the week available for volunteer shifts.

Location: We have volunteer location sites in Miami- Dade, Broward & Palm Beach counties.  Locations of actual volunteer sites will vary; however, the volunteer orientation is at FLIPANY, 819 NE 26th Street Bld. K, Fort Lauderdale,  FL  33305

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): FLIPANY volunteers will be able to be a part of making south Florida a healthier state through empowering youth and adults through physical activity and nutrition programs.

*FLIPANY has a variety of volunteer positions all of which reach out into the community to bring access to healthy nutritional & physical activity education.
*Please note that we require background checks for all of our volunteers.
*When you volunteer with FLIPANY you will be a part of  "the ingredient to a healthy life."

Dress Code: FLIPANY t-shirt & closed toed shoes. (Don't forget that happy smiling face!)

Contact to Volunteer:  Chef Christine Matotek
Culinary Programs Director: Email:CATOTTEKK@FLIPANY.ORG

Direct Line: 9554-567-5526  EXT 1263
Cell: 954-555-6248
Agency Website: http://flipany.org/upcoming-volunteer-opportunities

 

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Palm Beach

Event: Youth Mentoring Program.

Date: Various times throughout the year

Time for volunteers: Flexible

Location: Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Match activities take place in the community monthly.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): A mentor must pick up your "little." Mentors must take their "littles" to the park, shoes on campus, games, the library, play basketball, catch a movie - essentially, mentors must spend some time with a child facing adversity.

Dress Code: Casual,

Contact to Volunteer: Cindy Shorlte

 

The City of Boca Raton

Project: Chess Club Instructor

Date: ASAP

Time for volunteers: 6-week sessions on Saturday or Sunday

Location: Spanish River Library, 1501 NW Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton 33431.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Bring the joy and challenge of learning (or perfecting) the game of chess to children 7 to 17 years of age

Contact to Volunteer: Catherine Vanden Broeck,ccvandenbroeck@myoccau.us

 

Resource Depot

Project: Workshop leaders/assistants

Date: Varies

Time for volunteers: Varies

Location: Varies

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Need capable volunteer assistants or workshop leaders to provide meaningful re-purposed art workshops to children's school groups or adult workshops. Volunteers as assistants will assist the workshop leader, including taking attendance, distributing materials, and assisting children when needed during activity. Volunteers as a workshop leader will plan the activity, be responsible for gathering materials from our warehouse, and instructing during the actual workshop. Volunteers as adult workshop leaders is the same as workshop leader except the activity will be more advanced and targeted towards adults.

Dress Code: Work Casual (Comfortable enough to be able to move and get messy (depending on the activity), but appropriate for children).

Contact to Volunteer: Elizabeth D'Antonio; 561-706-7480; education@resourcedepot.net

 

The Museum of Discovery and Science

Project: Education opportunities & accounting opportunities

Date: On-going

Time for volunteers: Ongoing volunteer work. We have full-day and half-day options, depending on the department you are placed in/based on your interests.

Location: 401 SW Second Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Concierge/Information Desk: You would be the point of contact and the first person guests see when entering the museum! Administrative Assistants: You would help behind the scenes in various departments with administrative work. Accounting Assistants: At this moment, we are currently looking for a volunteer with accounting experience to help our accounting department! Museum & Spacial Event Docents: You would interpret exhibits to the public, manage rides, and welcome guests on the museum floor (and could do this during special events as well)

Dress Code: Museum of Discovery and Science polo, Black or khaki pants with a dark belt close-toed shoes.

Contact to Volunteer: Dawn Formica, Volunteer Coordinator, 954-713-0921, ddformica@mods.net

 

YMCA of South Palm Beach County

Event: Tutor Volunteer.

Date: Various times throughout the year

Time for volunteers: Flexible

Location: Peter Blum YMCA

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Volunteers will tutor students in Mathematics and English. Students will range from 5th grade to 9th grade. Volunteer are requested to commit to 30 to 45 minutes twice a week.

Dress Code: Casual,

Contact to Volunteer: Trina Chin Cheong at 561-237-0962 or tchincheng@ymccaspbc.org

 

Regents Park of Boca Raton

Event: Volunteer opportunities.

Date: Various times throughout the year

Time for volunteers: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m

Location: 6363 Verde Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33433. Check-in at the activity department

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): We are a 180-bed short-term rehab center and nursing home. Regent Park is looking for positive and energetic volunteers to spend time with residents by reading, playing cards, playing music, strolling outdoors, doing arts and crafts, cooking, and more.

Dress Code: Casual, professional clothing preferred. No ripped clothing or items with holes

Contact to Volunteer: Robin Gardiner 561-483-9282 Ext: 2424 orraven@regentsparkboca.com

 

The Friendship Circle

Event: Organization for special needs children and young adults.

Date: Throughout the year

Time for volunteers: Either an hour a week or at monthly gatherings

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Our organization is dedicated to providing friendship for special needs children. We partner up two volunteers per child for weekly visit in which both the children a volunteers benefit greatly from. If not our friends at home program, we also will need volunteers for gatherings and activities for the children, which will take place a few times a year.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Musia Marlow 754-800-1770 musia@friendshipfl.com

 

HAPPI Farm (Non-Profit)

Event: Please click on link for various volunteer projects, http://www.happifarm.org/volunteer-opportunities.html

Date: Tuesdays and Thursday

Time for volunteers: 3:00-6:00 PM

Location: 17800 S.W. 52nd Court Southwest Ranches, Florida 33331

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s):  Helping with Animal-Assisted Therapy and People with Autism, Multiple Sclerosis etc

Dress Code: Information athttp://www.happifarm.org/volunteer-opportunities.html.

Contact to Volunteer: Suganth Kannan, 954-547-6224,pl208281@ahschool.com or Marie Lim, 54--629-8133,marielim@happifrmm.org

 

 

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Event: Court Monitoring

Date: Weekly; 3 month minimum commitment

Time for volunteers: 4 hour shifts 2 to 3 days per week..

Location: Palm Beach and Broward Courthouses

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Attend any court monitor training • Become familiar with court room procedure and personnel • Attend DUI misdemeanor and felony court cases • Collect information regarding DUI cases while in court • Use court house clerks as well as online case record searches to fill in missing data • Submit paperwork to the MADD staff in a timely manner • Click Here for informational flyer

Dress Code: Business Casual/ Professional Attire .

Contact to Volunteer: Shira Tober - Court Monitoring Project Specialist (850) 983-675 ext. 7248 shia.tober@maddd.org

 

TEDxDelrayBeach

Event:

Date: Ongoing

Time: 4 hour shifts 2 to 3 days per week..

Location: Delray Beach

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Various projects for the upcoming event in December

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Becky Woodbridge becky@becywooodbridge.com or call at 561-251-7059

 

 

 

The Friendship Circle

Project: Organization for special needs children and young adults.

Date: Throughout the year

Time for Volunteers: Either an hour a week or at monthly gatherings

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Our organization is dedicated to providing friendship for special needs children. We partner up two volunteers per child for weekly visit in which both the children a volunteers benefit greatly from. If not our friends at home program, we also will need volunteers for gatherings and activities for the children, which will take place a few times a year.

Contact to Volunteer: Musia Marlow 754-800-1770   MMusia@Friendshipfl.ogg

 

Regents Park of Boca Raton

Project: Volunteer opportunities 

Date: Various times throughout the year

Time: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Location: 6363 Verde Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33433. Check-in at the activity department

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): We are a 180-bed short-term rehab center and nursing home. Regent Park is looking for positive and energetic volunteers to spend time with residents by reading, playing cards, playing music, strolling outdoors, doing arts and crafts, cooking, and more. 

Dress Code: Casual, professional clothing preferred. No ripped clothing or items with holes

Contact to Volunteer: Robin Gardiner 561-483-9282 Ext: 2424 or raven@regentsparkboca.com

 

YMCA of South Palm Beach County

Project: Tutor Volunteer

Date:  On-going opportunity

Location: Peter Blum YMCA

Time: Flexible 

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Volunteers will tutor students in Mathematics and English throughout the summer. Students will range from 5th grade to 9th grade. Volunteer are requested to commit to 30 to 45 minutes twice a week.

Dress Code: Casual 

Contact to Volunteer: Trina Chin Cheong at 561-237-0962 or  tchincheng@ymccaspbc.org 

 

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Palm Beach 

Event: Youth Mentoring Program 

Date: On-Going; Available ASAP

Time for Volunteers: Minimum of a 1 year commitment; Must spend 6-8 hours a month with their little 

Location: Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Match activities take place in the community monthly.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): A mentor must pick up your "little."  Mentors must take their "littles" to the park, shoes on campus, games, the library, play basketball, catch a movie - essentially, mentors must spend some time with a child facing adversity. 

Dress Code: Casual 

Contact to Volunteer : CindyShorlte 

cshortle@mentorbig.org

 

Healthcare & Wellness

  • Heartland Hospice
  • Vital for Life, Inc.
  • Hospice by the Sea, Inc.
  • Hospice of Palm Beach County
  • American Cancer Society, "Road to Recovery"
  • American Cancer Society, General Office Volunteers
  • Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Deerfield Beach
  • Veterans Affairs Medical Center as part of American Legion Auxiliary

Arts & Culture

  • Museum of Discovery and Science Volunteer
  • Boca Raton Museum of Art
  • Volunteer Tourn Guides Needed at a Local Black History Museum
  • Compassionate Hearts-Serving Hands, Inc. Volunteer
  • The Puppetry Arts Center of the Palm Beaches
  • Coral Springs Center for the Arts

Adults with Disabilities

  • Let's Peace it Together (Mini-Horse Therapy Facility)

Environment

  • Palm Beach County Archaeological Society Dubois Park Volunteer  
  • Sugar Sand Park Community Center 

 Children & Youth

  • Caridad Center Tutoring
  • Guatemalan-Maya Center Parent Child Home Program
  • Florence Fuller Child Development Centers
  • South Florida Science Museum
  • Tennis and Life Skills classes for 5-10 yrs old in Delray Beach with First Serve of PBC
  • Tutors for 10th -11th grade students
  • Mentors Needed for Kids Cultural Club (KCC) at the Spady Museum
  • Cheerleading Coaches
  • Listen to teh Children Program of the Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County, Inc.
  • Mentoring Disadvantaged Youth through Gulfstream Goodwill Good Guides Mentoring
  • Youth Mentor Training and Community Service
  • Be a Friend - Mentor Refugee Youth at GCJFS
  • Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, Inc. Volunteer Opportunities
  • Children's Science Explorium
  • Locks of Love
  • Volunteer to interact with young children or teens at Family Promse
  • Mentors needed for Hgih School Students at Delray Beach Public Libary
  • For the Children

Homelessness & Hunger

  • Weekday Sorting & Project Saturday at Feeding South Florida
  • Coalition to End Homelessness - office assistant
  • Drivers Needed - Recurring Food Donation pickups - Boca Helping Hnads
  • Day Center volunteer at Family Promise
  • Van driver for Family Promise
  • Make phone calls from home for Family Promise
  • Public Relations/Communications Consultant at Family Promise
  • Grant Researcher & Grant writer for Family Promise
  • Assistant Treasurer-QuickBooks at Family Promise
  • ReStore Volunteers for Habitat for Humanity (West Palm Beach)
  • Office Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity (West Palm Beach)
  • Habitat for Humanity - Building Homes

Older Adults

  • Mae Volen Senior Center - Meal Site
  • Advent Square Senior Living
  • Activities Department Volunteer at Whitehall Nursing Home
  • Exercise Leader at Arbor Oaks Assisted Living facility
  • The Alzheimer's Association Telephone Reassurance Program

Advocacy

  • Law Firm Assistant - George and Feistmann, P.A.
  • Toby Center for Family Transitions Database Management
  • Britt Accessories, Combining Fashion and Fundraising
  • Administrative Court House Assistance, Clerk and Comptroller's Office
  • Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary & Hospital Assistantship
  • America-Israel Chamber of Commerce Office Assitance
  • America-Israel Chamber of Commerce Public Relations

Adult Education

  • Spirit of Giving Network Community Volunteer Training
  • Broward County Aviation Department: Airport Volunteer Ambassadors
  • Boca Raton Housing Authority
  • Strategic Business Institute

Other

  • American Sign Language Interpreter with D.A.R.T (Domestic Assault Rehabilitative Treatment)
  • Power Point Tech at St. Luke's United Methodist Church
  • Coordinating Youth Group Activities at St. Luke's United Methodist Church

 

Healthcare & Wellness

 

 

Project: Heartland Hospice Volunteer

Date:  On-Going

Time for Volunteers: 1-3 hours per week for a minimum of three months, Schedule is flexible

Location: Heartland Hospice, 150 South Pine Island Road, Suite 200, Plantation, FL 33324

Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers provide emotional support to patients and their caregivers through friendly visits in homes, skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities in the Broward County, FL area

Dress Code: Semi- professional

Contact to Volunteer: Melanie Holley, Volunteer Coordinator, 954-467-7423, est.1045, Email: 4715officestaff7@hcr-manorcare.com

 

Project/ Event: Hospice by the Sea, Inc. Volunteers

Date: On-Going

Time: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Hospice by the Sea's Boca Raton Care Center and administrative offices are located at 1531 West Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton

Description: Volunteers often interact with patients, families, nurses, social workers, and staff

Contact to Volunteer: Ryan Walsh, Coordinator of Young Adult Programs. Email: rwalsh@hbts.org , Phone: 561-416-5108

 

Project/ Event: Hospice of Palm Beach County

Date(s): On-going

Location: 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
                * Offices in Boca, Boynton, Lake Worth, West Palm, and Juno Beach.

Description: Assist with comfort calls, team meetings, administrative support, events, resale, the teen team, in the home, and/ or as a Doula (Vigil Volunteer). Also, The Legacy Program helps patients and families record their lives through videos, photo CDs, scrapbooks and journaling. Gain experience on an inpatient unit as a visitor, help with the hospitality cart and administrative duties. Or, become involved with special events – fairs, fundraising, children's camp, and more.

If you are a Licensed Professional in the state of Florida, Hospice of Palm Beach County is also looking for volunteers in the areas of Massage and Music Therapy, CPA, Clinical Social Work, Pharmacy, Bereavement Counseling, and Chaplains.

Contact to Volunteer as a Licensed Professional: Joe Hamilton, Professional Volunteer Facilitator, 561-227-5231

Contact to Volunteer as a non-Licensed Professional: Register online at www.hpbc.com or call Barbara at 561-227-5146

 

Project/ Event: American Cancer Society, "Road to Recovery"

Date: On-going (everyday)

Time: Varies depending on your schedule as well as the patients

Location: Varies; please indicate which county you would be available to drive patients in

Description: We need as many drivers as possible to drive cancer patients to and from doctor's appointments, chemo treatments, and radiation therapy

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Rachael Altman, Rachael.Altman@cancer.org

*Please indicate which county you would be available to drive patients in

 

Project/ Event: American Cancer Society General Office Volunteers

Date: On-Going

Time: Anytime between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: 141 NW 20th St., Boca Raton, FL 33431

Description of Volunteer Assignment: Administrative support (filing, answering phones, etc.)

Dress Code: Business casual

Contact to Volunteer: Jennifer Wunstel, Jennifer.wunstel@cancer.org

 

Project/ Event: Veterans Affairs Medical Center as part of American Legion Auxiliary

Date: On-Going with flexible dates

Time: Flexible

Location: 7305 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL

Description: Assisting in the medical treatment of American Veterans through numerous volunteer roles

Contact to Volunteer: Ryan Pulver, rpulver@alafl.org , 1-866-710-4192

 

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 Arts & Culture

 

Agency/Organization: Spady Museum

Event: Office Help

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: 11:00am- 4:00pm

Location: 170 NW 5th Ave Delray Beach, Fl 33444

Description of Volunteer Activities: volunteers will assist with filing, mailing and other office responsibilities

Dress Code: Business Attire

Contact to Volunteer: Chudnei Bennett, 561-279-8883, chudneijbennett@hotmail.com

 

Agency/Organization: Boca Raton Museum of Art

Museum Store Sale Associate - Volunteer

Date: Ongoing

Time for Volunteers: Wednesday 10:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturdays 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Location: 501 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432 (Museum of Art)

Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers should have retail experience, be comfortable working on a computer and using a keyboard, have exceptional customer service sills and comfortable with frequent standing, bending, and lifting.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Lori Geiger, lgeiger@bocamuseum.org, 561-392-2500, ext.103

 

Event: Museum of Discovery and Science Volunteer

Date: On-going

Location: 401 SW 2nd Street Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33312

Time for Volunteers: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday noon - 6 p.m.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Ushering in the AutoNation IMAX® Theater, greeting museum guests, teaching visitors about our living creatures in the reef tank or taking people on a "ride to Mars.” If graphics is your skill, that's great, we need creative minds. If you like office work, we can use you in administrative support positions. We definitely have a job that fits everyone's skills, experience and interests.

Dress Code: Museum Uniform (will be provided)

Contact to Volunteer: (954) 713-0921, or modsvolunteer@mods.net

 

Project/ Event: Boca Raton Museum of Art Museum Store Sales Associate

Date: On-going (Starting ASAP) Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable):  

The following shifts are available:        

Friday Mornings 10 a.m.-1 p.m.        

Saturdays 1 p.m.-5 p.m.        

Wednesday evenings 5 p.m.-9 p.m. (November – March)

Location (including where volunteers check-in): Report to the Museum Store

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Volunteers should have retail experience, be comfortable working on a computer and using a keyboard, have exceptional customer service skills and comfortable with frequent standing, bending and lifting.

Dress Code: Work place appropriate.

Contact to Volunteer: Lori Geiger, Volunteer Manager, 561-392-2500, ext. 103 or email lgeiger@bocamuseum.org

 

Project/ Event: Volunteer Tour Guides Needed at a Local Black History Museum

Date: On-Going

Time: Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.-5 p.m.

*Must attend one training workshop per month

Location: Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Delray Beach, FL.

Description: The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum and Shades of Queens at FAU are seeking volunteer tour guides during the week, to lead tours of Delray Beach's only Black History museum. Lead small and large group tours, assist with setting up exhibits.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Clarice Redding, Volunteer Coordinator for the Spady Museum, creddin3@fau.edu

 

Project/ Event: Compassionate Hearts-Serving Hands, Inc. Volunteer

Date: On-Going

Time: 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Location: 2300 NW 22nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

Description: Compassionate Hearts-Serving Hands, Inc., a not for profit - faith based organization, which is located in the hub of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mission is to empower and serve the underserved and hurt though the spirit of compassion, hope and strength.

Services Provided:

Parenting Resource Center & Computers Usage Project J.A.G. "Juveniles Achieving Goals Academic Empowerment Women Support "WOP" HIV Pre-Post Testing and Counseling Food & Clothing Volunteering Community Service Bereavement Counseling Linkage: Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse and Housing

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: April Rymer, 954-208-7416, arymer@vital4life.org

 

Project/ Event: The Puppetry Arts Center of the Palm Beaches

Date: On-Going

Time: Flexible

Location: Delray Beach

Description: Miscellaneous unique volunteer opportunities in a working theater

Theater students – theater management, puppet performance, lighting & sound tech., etc. Business students – assist the director with all administrative functions, grant writing, theater management, general office, etc. Public Relations – manage social media, press releases, event planning, manage mail/email lists, etc. Computer students – IT general computer management/upkeep General – anyone interested in the art forms of puppetry and storytelling

Contact to Volunteer: Jan, 561-967-3231, jjtimmis@puppetcenter.org

 

Project/Event: Coral Springs Center for the Arts

Date(s): On-going throughout semester

Time: 12-15 hours weekly

Location: Coral Springs, FL

Description: Volunteer Internship for Marketing Department www.coralspringscenterforthearts.com

Contact to Volunteer: ctskf@coralsprings.org

 

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Adults with Disabilities

 

Project/Event: Let's Peace It Together (Mini-Horse Therapy Facility)

Date(s): On-going

Time: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. with a minimum 1 day/week commitment         

Location: West Boca Raton, FL

Description: Responsibilities at the stables include filling water pails, putting small amounts of hay in stalls, putting down bedding, walking the mini-horses into and out of paddocks and grooming them as well. No experience is required. They will train. The organization serves disabled adults and children by taking the mini horses to hospitals, nursing homes, daycare's, rehabilitation facilities, etc.

Contact: Donna Jellis at 954-829-6464 

 

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Environment

 

Event: Palm Beach County Archaeological Society Dubois Park Volunteer Work

Date: Ongoing till project is finished (Monday- Friday)

Time: 8:30 a.m.-3p.m.

Location: 19075 Dubois Road, Jupiter, FL 33477 (Dubois Park in Jupiter Florida)

Time for Volunteers: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Currently, lab and fieldwork opportunities are available at Dubois Park in Jupiter. On site, learn how to dig a unit, screen, and process a column sample. In the lab, learn how to "make dead oysters talk" and gain invaluable experience when it comes to analyzing zooarchaeological remains.

Dress Code: Casual (comfortable shoes)

Contact to Volunteer: Rebecca Stitt, volunteering@pbcas.org

 

Agency/Organization Name:Sugar Sand Park Community Center

Time: Office Hours at Sugar Sand Park Community Center are Tuesdays-Fridays, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: 300 S. Military Trail Boca Raton, Fl 33486

Time for Volunteers: Call in to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): We provide safe, fun and educational programs and events for the entire family and address the need for recreation during major school holidays. The State of Florida requires fingerprinting for those working in camps and the City of Boca requires a background check and /or sex offender check for all volunteer ages 14 and older. Volunteers over 18 years of age are issued a City ID Badge.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Stacee Lanz, 561-347-3901, slanz@myboca.us

 

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Children & Youth

 

 

Agency/Organization: Caridad Center

Event: Caridad Center's After-School Tutorial Program - "Escuelita"

Date: On-going (Mondays & Wednesdays) Time for Volunteers: 2:30 p.m.-4 p.m.

Location: Freedom Shores Elementary School (Boynton Beach, FL)

Description of Volunteer Assignments: Volunteers provide homework help to needy students (1st and 2nd graders), give one-on-one quality time, and demonstrate a value for an education. You become a mentor and friend while making each child feel special. Registration as a volunteer for Palm Beach County Schools is required; directions to register will be provided.

Dress Code: business casual

Contact to Volunteer: Rosa Lores, 561-853-1621, info@caridad.org

 

Agency/Organization: Broadview Elementary School

Event: Support Broadview Elementary, an "A" school since
2004-2005!

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: 8 a.m.-3p.m.

Location: 1800 Southwest 62nd Avenue North Lauderdale, FL 33068;
Check-in with Main Office, Ms. Smith

Description of Volunteer Activities: Assist with preparation and
implementation of educational activities and events.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Crystal Reyes, crystal.reyes@browardschools.com, 754-322-5508

 

Agency/Organization: Rouseau Foundation Inc

 Event: Youth Priority Now (Y.P.N.)

 Date: On-going (Starting September)

 Time for Volunteers: 3 p.m.-4:30 p.m., One day per week (Monday-Friday)

 Locations: Boca Raton Community Middle School, Don Estridge High Tech Middle School, Omni Middle School

 Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers will be required to participate in our Mentor-ship Program to Middle-School Students.

 Dress Code: Business Casual

 Contact to Volunteer: Beverley Wynter-Phillips, rf@rouseaufoundation.org

 

Agency/Organization: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties

Event: Jupiter Mentoring Program

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: 12 month commitment

Location: 1700 Kirk Road West Palm Beach, FL 33406

Description of Volunteer Activities: Make a difference in a kid's life being a responsible role model.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Kara Justi, kjusti@mentorbig.org, 561-727-3450

 

Agency/Organization: Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Inc.

 Event:  Site-Based Teen Mentoring

 Date: On-going

 Time for Volunteers: Afternoon/ Evening - flexible

 Location: Sites in Delray Beach, West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, and Belle Glade looking for mentors.

 Description of Volunteer Activities: volunteers will Provide Club teens with a positive adult role model, personal attention, and guidance.  All mentoring takes place on site at the Boys & Girls Clubs.  Minimum commitment is 1 hour per week for 1 year.

 Dress Code: casual

 Contact to Volunteer: Lauren Mustelier, lmustelier@bgcpbc.org,  561-846-2825

 

Project: The Guatemalan-Maya Center Parent Child Home Program

Program Description: The Parent Child Home Program is a research-proven home visiting model to prepare young children for school success by increasing language and literacy skills, enhancing social emotional development, and strengthening the parent-child relationship. Three main focuses of the program are to:

1. To increase verbal and non-verbal interaction between the parent and child.

2. To develop and enhance positive child behaviors.

3. To promote and encourage early literacy skills.

Date: On going

Time: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Afterschool Program: 2:30 p.m.-5 p.m., Hours Vary

Location: 110 North F Street, Lake Worth, Florida 33460

Volunteer Position Description: Spanish skills a plus; work with students on their notes; work with Mayan children K-5th grade on their homework

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Dr. J. P. Linstroth, jlinstroth@guatemalanmaya.org, 561-547-0085

 

Organization/Agency: Florence Fuller Child Development Centers

 

Date: On-going

Time: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Florence Fuller Child Development Centers 200 ne 14th St, Boca Raton, FL 33432

Description of Volunteer Assignment: Assist with the filing in the office

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Cheryl Brower at 561-391-7274, ext 122

 

Project/ Event: South Florida Science Museum

Date: On-Going

Time: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

           Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.    

           Sunday, noon-6p.m.

Location: 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Aquarium assistance, guest services, planetarium

Dress Code: Khakis or jeans, shirt will be provided

Contact to Volunteer: Lila Klix, 561-370-7708, iklix@sfsm.org

 

Project: Tennis and Life Skills classes for 5-10 yrs old in Delray Beach with First Serve of Palm Beach County

Date: On-Going

Time: Tuesday, 5 p.m.-8 p.m., Thursday 2 p.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-11 a.m.

Location: Delray Beach Tennis Center

Directions: 100 West Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL, 33444

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Assist in tennis and life skills classes for 5-10 year olds in Delray Beach

Dress Code: Athletic, clean look, bring water, hat

Contact to Volunteer: Ben Malley, 561-245-1181, beconnected1@yahoo.com

 

Project/ Event: Tutors for 10th – 11th grade students

Date: On-Going

Time: 8 p.m.-9 p.m.

Location: Bucky Dent Baseball School 

Directions: 490 Dotterel Road, Delray Beach, FL, 33444

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Help students with academic subjects (Physics, Science, English)

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Claudia Medina, claudia@dentbaseball.com , 561-265-0280

 

Project/ Event: Mentors Needed for Kid's Cultural Club (KCC) at the Spady Museum

Date: On-Going

Time: Mandatory three hours per week

Location: Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Delray Beach, FL

Description: Students will be mentoring at-risk, urban youth who are between ages 13-18 residing in Delray Beach, FL. The mentoring program is being sponsored by Shades of Queens, and their brother organization – Kolours of Kings, in conjunction with the Spady Museum's Kid's Cultural Club (KCC)

Dress Code: T-shirts will be provided, and MUST be worn when participating in any mentor activity. Jeans and sneakers/sandals are acceptable. No short-shorts, spandex, or tank-tops

Contact to Volunteer: Clarice Redding, creddin3@fau.edu

 

Project/ Event: Listen to Children Program of the Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County, Inc.

Date: On-Going

Time: 30 minutes a week with a child during the school year at an elementary or middle school

Location: TBD based on your location and children identified at various schools as needing extra help due to behavioral clues

Description: The program provides confidential listening sessions during school hours between the child and the volunteer. The child and the listener talk and problem solve together. The listener will enhance a child's self-esteem by giving him or her one-on-one guidance and attention.

Contact to Volunteer: Liz White, 561-832-3755 (x. 115), lwhite@mhapbc.org

 

Project/ Event: Mentoring Disadvantaged Youth through Gulfstream Goodwill Good Guides Mentoring

Date: One year commitment

Time: Check on youth weekly

Description: 4 hours per month

Contact to Volunteer: Sean Dykes Office, 561-214-8680 ext 2305, cell 561-420-9973, sdykes@gulfstreamgoodwill.com

 

Project/ Event: Youth Mentor Training and Community Service

Date: On-Going

Time: Will fit needs, time, and location of volunteers

Location: Will Train on the FAU campus or at West Palm Beach facilities (off of Summit Blvd)

Description: Mentorship and Empowerment of young teenagers to promote social change

Focuses on the Junior Youth ages 11-14. One has the option to become a junior youth animator, who serves a junior youth group as a mentor/tutor. Junior youth groups are a group of friends who support each other to improve themselves and their community, allows the youth to talk to each other, and to become involved in community service.

Contact to Volunteer: Ben Leiker, junioryouth@mcbiinstitute.org, 561-684-9868  

 

Project/ Event: Be a Friend - Mentor Refugee Youth

Organization: Youth & Family Program (RYFP) of Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services (Gcjfs.org)

Dates: On-going

Time Commitment: Minimum volunteer commitment is 1 hour/week. However, more hours spent with these children are welcome.

Location: Throughout Palm Beach County, FL

Description: Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services' Refugee Youth & Family Program (RYFP) in Palm Beach County assists Haitian and Cuban students, ages 5-20, on their schoolwork, including improving English speaking & writing abilities, FCAT performance, and other subject areas. College students majoring in education, social work, psychology and sociology are particularly encouraged to apply for service hour/coursework requirements.
*Background check, incl. fingerprints, drug test, and criminal background screening, is mandatory.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Call Alyssa Child McBride at 561-266-6655 or e-mail at amcbride@gcjfs.org. Or, visit this website for more information: http://gulfcoastjewishfamilyandcommunityservices.org/about-you/i-want-to-help/

 

Project/ Event: Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, Inc. Volunteer Opportunities

Date: On-Going

Time: Flexible

Location: Delray Beach Office (220 S Congress Ave, Suite 200, Delray Beach, FL 33445)

Description: Language Group Teaching Assistant, Refugee Youth Tutor, Office Assistant, Donation volunteers, Recreation Assistant

Contact to Volunteer: Fabienne Dorinvil, Volunteer Coordinator, 561-266-6655, ext 304 or Fdorinvil@gcjfs.org

 

Project/Event: Children's Science Explorium

Date(s): On-going

Times:  Weekdays:   9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; 2 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
              Weekends:  10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; 1:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.  

Location: Sugar Sand Park Community Center, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33486

Description: Exhibit Guides, Teaching, Community Liaison, Science Camp Assistant

*If you would like more information or to volunteer, please visit: http://www.scienceexplorium.org/volunteer-opportunities

 

Project/Event: Locks of Love

Date(s): On-going

Time: Volunteers needed between the hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

Location: 234 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Description: Locks of Love requires that you attend an orientation session to become acquainted with them and the tasks that you will be volunteering to do. Those tasks may include but are not limited to opening mail, entering data, open and sort donations, type names/addresses for thank you cards, measure ponytails and sort by length, and assemble packets.

Contact: Pia McCarthy, 561-833-7332, pia@locksoflove.org

 

Project/ Event: Volunteer to interact with young children or teens

Organization: Family Promise of Palm Beach County

Date: On-Going

Time: Shifts are 9 a.m-1 p.m. and 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: This is an ideal opportunity for teens to earn community service hours on weekends or school holidays

Volunteer Requirements: Teens must be accompanied by an adult

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: Mentors needed for High School Students at Delray Beach Public Library

Date: On-Going

Time: Open

Location: Palm Beach County High Schools

Directions: 100 West Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL, 33444

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Great opportunity for education, sociology, and psychology majors to gain valuable experience and make a difference in a student's life.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Jeremy Garron, 561-603-9743

 

Organization/Agency: For the Children Inc.

Date: On-Going

Time: Monday-Friday, 2 p.m.-6 p.m.

Location: Barton Elementary School, Lake Worth, Osborne School, 1718 Douglas Street, Lake Worth

Various volunteer opportunities available: Website Designing, Data Entry, Tutoring, Grant Research, and Assisting Teachers

Dress Code: Polo Shirts and Slacks

Contact to Volunteer: ftcinc1999@yahoo.com or 561-891-1693

 

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Homelessness & Hunger

 

Agency/Organization: Habitat for Humanity Restore

Event: Store volunteers for Boca and Delray

Date: On-going (Monday - Saturday)

Time for Volunteers: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Location: 272 S. Dixie Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33432 or 1900 N. Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, Fl

Description of Volunteer Activities: Cleaning, Organizing, Placing items in Proper Dept, customer service and data entry

Dress Code: casual

Contact to Volunteer: Wendy Deslauriers, Wdeslauriersh@fhboca.org, 561-362-7284

 

Agency/Organization: Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County

 Date: On-Going

 Time for Volunteers: Call for scheduling

 Location: 810 Datura Street, 2nd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401

 Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers will help serving meals, answering phones and other various tasks. In addition, we are seeking graphic design artists and Space designers.

 Dress Code: Casual

 Contact to Volunteer: Michelle Howell, 561-355-4663, mhowell1@pbcgov.org

 

 

Project/ Event: Weekday Sorting & Project Saturday at Feeding South Florida

Date: Weekday Sorting: Monday-Friday

Project Saturday: Every 2nd Saturday

Time: Weekday- 8:30 a.m.-noon or 1 p.m.-4 p.m. & 2nd Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Location: 2501 SW 32 Terrace, Pembroke Park, Fl 33023

Description: Much of what we do at Feeding South Florida depends on volunteer help in the warehouse. Food donated from food drives, supermarkets and other food industry companies needs to be sorted, checked and repackaged. Volunteers process the bulk of the food in salvage creating a constant need for individuals in this department.

Dress Code: No sandals or open toe shoes and no spaghetti strap shirts

Contact to Volunteer: Leroy B. Green, Volunteer Coordinator, 954-518-1863

 

Project/ Event: Coalition to End Homelessness - Office Assistant

Date: On-Going

Time: Minimum commitment of 4 hours per week with flexible scheduling

Location: 1828 NE 38th Street, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33303

Description: The Coalition to End Homelessness is looking for a volunteer in the social services field that would be interested in helping to do some clerical work. The Coalition has been around for 20 years and works with homeless individuals to set up rental assistance or to locate homes. An individual with a passion for helping those who are less fortunate is a plus.

Dress Code: Business Professional

Contact to Volunteer: Brian Dunlap, 954-792-4000

 

Project/ Event: Drivers Needed – Recurring Food Donation Pickups. for Boca Helping Hands

Date: On Going

Time: Numerous jobs available (each 1-2 hours) seven days per week. Schedules can be once a week, numerous days, or one time deals.

Location: 1500 NW 1st Court, Boca Raton, FL 33432

Description: Drivers needed to pick up food donations on a recurring schedule. Pick up from local restaurants, grocers, churches, etc. and deliver to our local warehouse. Some moderate lifting is required. May drive own vehicle, a cargo van, or a box truck depending on the job and driver experience. Must be dependable and have a reasonably clean driving record.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Email applications to Lucien@BocaHelpingHands.org

 

Project/ Event: Day Center Volunteer at Family Promise of South PBC 

Date: On-Going

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: Families who are on their journey to independence spend their days at the Day Center, a homelike atmosphere where they receive counseling, look for jobs and services. Adults are job ready and are looking for opportunities to be self-sufficient. This volunteer opportunity is rewarding because of the positive attitude of the staff and the families. Day Center Volunteers are needed every day, weekdays and weekends. Duties are flexible and may include answering the phone, helping the guests on the computer, or playing with the children. Shifts are 9-1 and 1-5. Members of youth groups are invited to volunteer at the Day Center on Saturdays, Sundays, and school holidays if they are accompanied by an adult. Volunteers may receive community service hours.

Volunteer Requirements: Volunteers must enjoy being surrounded by friendly people with a can-do attitude.

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: Van Driver to help homeless families at Family Promise of South PBC

Organization: Family Promise of South PBC

Date: On-Going

Time: Week day shifts are 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.- 6 p.m. 
          Weekend shifts are 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.-6 p.m.

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: Families sleep in a host congregation for a week at a time. During the day, the either work or stay at the Day Center where they receive counseling or they look for jobs or services. Volunteer van drivers are needed every day to drive the families who are on their journey to independence between the Day Center and the Host Congregations. The vehicle is a 15 passenger van. No special license is required. A background check will be done. Any amount of time that can be given will be appreciated. A person may drive one shift a week or as many as possible.

Volunteer Requirements: Driver must have a valid Florida license. Volunteer must be at least 23 years old.

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: Make phone calls from home for Family Promise of South PBC

Date: On-Going

Time: Shifts are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: Articulate person who enjoys talking on the phone is wanted to schedule about 10 volunteers a week to work shifts at the Day Center. He/she must be willing to work from the comfort of home at his/her own convenience. Benefits include meeting wonderful, caring people who are waiting to be called.

Volunteer Requirements: Volunteers must enjoy being supported by friendly people with a can-do attitude. The volunteer must have good communication skills and some computer skills.

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: Public Relations/Communications Consultant at Family Promise of South PBC

Date: On-Going

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: Family Promise of South Palm Beach County is in need of a volunteer PR/Communications consultant. Family Promise is a nonprofit organization which provides children and their parent's temporary shelter, food, and services in Boca Raton and Delray Beach. Our network of 21 faith organizations reaches over 15,000 people in Boca and Delray; excellent opportunities to show case your skills to business leaders and companies in South Palm Beach County. This volunteer would be supervised by the program director.

Job Description: Work on press releases, communication plan, web site updates, produce newsletter, flyers, invitations, etc., using Microsoft Publisher/PowerPoint. Set up communications calendar using Microsoft Outlook. This work would form a portfolio to show to future employers.

Volunteer Requirements: Volunteers will pool their graphic design skills, writing and editing skills, contacts with the media to form a cohesive, effective marketing, public relations, and communications committee.

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: Grant Researcher and Grant Writer for Family Promise of South PBC

Date: On-Going

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: Family Promise of South Palm Beach County is greatly in need of a grant writer to research grant opportunities, make applications, and craft proposals. We depend solely on grants and private donations to provide services for homeless families who seek our help. The information to apply for grants is available but must be applied to the specific application.

Volunteer Requirements: Some training and experience in grant writing is desirable, but not essential.

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: Assistant Treasurer - QuickBooks at Family Promise of South PBC

Date: On-Going

Time: 3 hours per week

Location: Boca Raton/Delray Beach, FL

Description: Family Promise of South Palm Beach County is greatly in need of an assistant treasurer with time to assist with internal accounting review with QuickBooks and nonprofit experience.

Volunteer Requirements: Experience with QuickBooks is required. Experience with a non-profit is desirable.

Dress Code: Casual

Web site: http://www.familypromisespbc.org

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Prior, 561-330-0245

 

Project/ Event: ReStore Volunteers for Habitat for Humanity (West Palm Beach)

Date: On-Going, Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Time: One 4-hour commitment per week is requested.

Location: 6831 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach

Description: Volunteers are needed for: stocking/organizing shelves, answering phones, loading/unloading trucks, providing customer service, greeting customers, general housekeeping, or sorting donations

Dress Code: Each volunteer should wear closed toe shoes. Regardless of what task you'll be doing, proper working attire will help make your day more comfortable. If you are working in the warehouse, jeans and a t-shirt are okay. If you are working in the ReStore, please wear pants and a collared shirt

Contact to Volunteer: Heidi Holmes, Volunteer Coordinator at heidih@habitatpbc.org or 561-433-3351

 

Project/ Event: Office Volunteers for Habitat for Humanity (West Palm Beach)

Date: On-Going, Tuesdays through Fridays

Time: Office hours are 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. One 4-hour commitment per week is requested.

Location: 1225 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach

Description: Volunteers are needed to assist with answering phones, filing, mailings, data entry, and with other light office duty work. Become a part of their office family

Dress Code: Casual office attire

Contact to Volunteer: Heidi Holmes, Volunteer Coordinator at heidih@habitatpbc.org or 561-433-3351

 

Project/ Event: Habitat for Humanity-Building Homes

Date: On-Going, Tuesdays-Saturdays

Time: 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Kennedy Estates Blvd., Jupiter, FL.

Description: Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. Volunteers should be prepared to work on any aspects of housing construction including (but not limited to) framing, roofing, electrical, plumbing, drywall, painting, landscaping, loading and unloading materials, and cleaning up

Dress Code: Each volunteer should wear closed toe shoes. Regardless of what task you'll be doing, proper working attire will help make your day more comfortable

Contact to Volunteer: Heidi Holmes, Volunteer Coordinator at heidih@habitatpbc.org or 561-433-3351

 

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  Older Adults 

 

Agency/Organization: Rouseau Foundation Inc

Event: Senior Well-being Assurance (S.W.A.)

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Location: 6152 Verde Trail N. Boca Raton, FL 33433

Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers will be required to participate in different activities with the seniors such as scrabble, bingo, crafts etc.

Dress Code: casual (conservative)

Contact to Volunteer: Beverley Wynter-Phillips, rf@rouseaufoundation.org, 561-246-3766

   

Agency/Organization: Mae Volen Senior Center - Meal Site

Date: Every Tuesday-Friday

Time for Volunteers: 10:30 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Location: 1515 West Palmetto Park Rd. in Boca Raton, 33431(near the Kmart Plaza and Denny's)

Description of Volunteer Activities: The job consists of serving the meals to the seniors and then cleaning the tables. 

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Diana Fernandez, 561-395-8920 ext 236, ladydiboca@gmail.com

 

Agency/Organization: Advent Square

Event: Advent Square Senior Living

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: 4798 North Dixie Highway, Boca Raton, Fl 33431

Description of Volunteer Activities: Vlunteer in assisted living facility working with seniors

Dress Code: Professional attire

Contact to Volunteer: Tom Dowell, 561-391-7207

 

Project/Event: Activities Dept. Volunteer at Whitehall Nursing Home

Date: On-Going

Time: Flexible Hours

Location: 7300 Del Prado Circle South, Boca Raton, FL 33433  (Near intersection of Powerline Rd and Palmetto Park Rd)

Description: Whitehall Nursing Home of Boca Raton is looking for caring and compassionate individuals to help in the Activities Dept. with group activities, going outdoors, and visiting residents.

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Allyson Dedic, 561-237-3818 ext 418 

 

Project/ Event: Exercise Leader at Arbor Oaks Assisted Living Facility

Dates: On-going (Monday-Friday)

Time: 10 a.m.

Location: 3400 Jog Road, Greenacres, FL

Description: Arbor Oaks Assisted Living Facility would like volunteers for their exercises. They have 70 residents and would like a volunteer to lead exercise occasionally for their residents. Most of them are in wheelchairs or use walkers so the routine would have to be done from a seated position.

Contact to Volunteer: Michelle Gatrell, 561-432-4700 ext. 2015

 

Project/ Event: The Alzheimer's Association Telephone Reassurance Program

Date(s): On-going

Time/ Major Commitment: Student volunteers will provide approximately one hour of volunteer time per month for at least a 6 month commitment. They are recruiting social work, nursing and psychology students who are seeking volunteer opportunities in health or geriatrics.

Location/ Materials Needed: Volunteers are required to have access to the internet, a telephone and email as this is a home based volunteer opportunity.  All training & supervision will be provided via internet and phone by a licensed clinical social worker. 

Description: For one hour each month volunteers will be making supportive calls to caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and/or a related dementia. The Alzheimer's Association Telephone Reassurance Program is an excellent way to gain valuable supportive counseling experience as well as training in issues related to Alzheimer's disease, dementia and caregiver dynamics.

Contact to Volunteer: If you have questions about this opportunity or want to apply for consideration, please email Lauren Debs-Young, LCSW at lyoung@alz.org

 

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Advocacy

 

Agency/Organization: George and Feistmann, P.A.

Event: Law Firm Assistant

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: shifts from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Location: 2161 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, Suite 217, WPB, FL 33409

Description of Volunteer Activities: Research, filing, office work and accompanying lawyers to court

Dress Code: Professional attire

Contact to Volunteer: Ettie Feistmann, ettietom@hotmail.com, 561-714-3817 or 561-659-6599

 

Agency/Organization: The Toby Center for Family Transitions, Inc. Database Management

Date: On-going

Location: 1100 S. Federal Highway Boynton Beach, Fl

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Updating and adding Toby Center to all community databases including United Way. Volunteers will info-line to numerous community databases.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Mark Roseman, 561-509-6112, mark.roseman@thetobycenter.org

 

Project/Event: Britt Accessories, Combining Fashion and Fundraising

Date: On-going

Time: One-two hours per week at volunteer's leisure. However, volunteers will need to check in with Brittni once a week at a meeting to provide an update on their progression.

Location:

Description: Britt Accessories a very unique company in which most of their work is done at charities. They combine fashion & fundraising. Britt Accessories needs volunteers to facilitate contacts with charities by calling them to offer them services so that they can set up different fundraisers and sell their products, and in turn, Britt Accessories donates proceeds to the charity.

Dress Code: None

Contact to Volunteer: Brittni Feldenkreis, 610-246-2080, brittaccessories@hotmail.com

 

Project/ Event: Administrative Court House Assistance, Clerk and Comptroller's Office

The Clerk & Comptroller's office offers a volunteer program that benefits our citizens and our government. The program is an important opportunity for citizens to provide public service and participate in the democratic process.

Date: On-Going

Time: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Locations: Volunteers can work in any of the following locations and branches:

Main Courthouse, 205 N. Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
*All orientations are at the main courthouse location* Governmental Center, 301 North Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33401 North County Courthouse in Palm Beach Gardens, 3188 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 South County Courthouse in Delray Beach, 200 West Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444 West County Courthouse in Belle Glade, 38844 State Road 80, Belle Glade, FL 33430 Gun Club Branch, Criminal Justice Complex, 3228 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406

Description: Volunteers add much-needed support to the departments and enhance the quality of services provided to the public. Qualified volunteers may also provide specialized assistance in the areas of finance, human resources, communications, and technology. Clerk volunteers are tasked with achieving a variety of important duties for the office, including helping process more than 500,000 court cases for Palm Beach County's judicial system every year.

Requirements: Volunteers must be at least 15 years old and must have satisfactory reference and criminal background checks as well as completion of a drug screen for safety-sensitive positions.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: For more information, contact the Clerk's Human Resources Division by e-mail: clerkweb@mypalmbeachclerk.com, subject Volunteer Program, call 561-355-4172, or you may apply online for a volunteer position .

Website: http://www.mypalmbeachclerk.com/volunteer.aspx 

 

Project/ Event: Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary & Hospital Assistantship

Date: To start immediately

Time: Variable. Initially during normal business hours Monday-Friday 9:30 am - 5:00 pm.  Once foundation information is obtained, volunteer hours may be performed offsite as convenient for volunteer's schedule. 

Location:  Safe Harbor's Palm City location at 4841 SW Zarrilla Street, Palm City, FL 34990
Description: Analyze organization's financial data and develop a working business plan.  Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary & Hospital is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 charity that consists of multiple departments including a full service veterinary hospital, no-kill animal shelter, thrift store, dog obedience classes, various other fundraising resources both existing and planned for in the near future and two separate physical locations.  Safe Harbor has an approximately 3 million dollar / year budget and receives no government funding.  All revenue is derived from donors and Safe Harbor's own fundraising efforts. Organization overview can be seen at www.safeharboranimalrescue.com

Dress Code:  Casual.  Jeans, khakis, polo shirts or nice t-shirts are okay.

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Kender, mangomaddy@aol.com, 561-747-5311

 

Project/ Event: America-Israel Chamber of Commerce Office Assistance

Date: On Going

Time: Flexible

Location: Varies

Description: Assist with events; research, follow up, phones

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Linda, linda@israeltrade.org, 954-725-2788

 

Project: America-Israel Chamber of Commerce Public Relations (media)

Date: On Going

Time: Varies

Location: Varies (please contact for more details)

Description: Posting events for the media (print, etc.)

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Chase, linda@israeltrade.org, 954-725-2788  

 

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Adult Education  

 

Project/Event: Spirit of Giving Network Community Volunteer Training

Date: 1st Wednesday of every month

Time: 9 a.m.-10 a.m.

Location: Junior League of Boca Raton/Vesgo Community Resource Center
                  261 NW 13th Street, Boca Raton, FL 33432

Description: The Spirit of Giving Network is holding volunteer training sessions to reduce the duplication of efforts that occurs when every nonprofit organization trains volunteers individually. The sessions will educate volunteers on general conduct, the significance of their volunteerism, and how to be a better volunteer, as well as conduct background checks, so nonprofits can focus on their missions 

Contact to Volunteer: Karen Krumholtz, Karen@spiritofgivingnetwork.com, 561-385-0144

  

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Legal Researchers/paralegal

Date: On-Going

Location: 2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Help us to identify legal issues that affect our business

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event: Social Media Specialist

Date: On-Going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: 9am-5pm

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s):  Help us to research information/topics for our newspaper/TV and Radio station and research business opportunities for our nonprofit business college.

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Employment Opportunities Manager

Date:  On-Going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Maintain Job Opportunities on our web site

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  TV Station Manager (Streaming)

Date:  On-Going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Run our Streaming Video TV Station

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Grant Researcher/Writer

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Find grants for our programs

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411,  SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event: Virtual Book Store Manager

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Develop a retail college good store

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Auction Web Site Manager

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Develop an Auction Program for our nonprofit

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Email Coordinator (Outbound)

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Run Outbound Email Program

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Web Master

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Maintain Web Site

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event: Graphic Artist

Date: On-going

Location: 2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:  Newspaper Reporter/Writer

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event:   Calendar Keeper

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Agency/Organization Name: Strategic Business Institute

Event: PR Director

Date: On-going

Location:  2201 NW Corporate Blvd #205, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Time for Volunteers: Call to schedule

Dress Code: Business Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Phillip D. Mrozinski, 561-900-2411, SBI@SBIedu.org

 

Project/Event: Broward County Aviation Department: Airport Volunteer Ambassadors

Date: On-Going

Time Commitment: 4 hours per week (between 8am and 8pm) for a minimum of 6 months

Location: Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport

Description: Welcome visitors to the Greater Fort Lauderdale area and provide airport users with vital information about airport facilities and services. Duties include:

Responding to inquiries for flight information and assistance Providing directions to and from the airport to local tourist attractions and landmarks Providing information on accessing airport services and navigating the terminals Assisting FLL staff with special events Answering questions on transportation, hotel, dining and shopping options Passing along customer comments

Volunteer Skills: Volunteer Ambassadors should be able to work well with people, assist others, and possess good communication skills. They are looking for reliable and committed individuals who are physically able to meet the demands of working in a dynamic and spacious airport environment.

All volunteers will be trained in customer service; and will receive free parking in the employee parking lot or airport garage, free coffee, tea, hot cocoa and snacks, discounts on airport gift or food items, and invitations to special recognition functions.

Age requirement: At least 16 years old or older

Contact to Volunteer: Airport Volunteer Coordinator.  9 54-359-2589, VolunteerFLL@broward.org

Website: http://www.broward.org/airport/community/Pages/VolunteerAmbassadors.aspx

Application: Please download the volunteer application, criminal background information, standards of conduct, and waiver of liability forms from the website listed above

  

 

Project: Adult Tutoring with Boca Raton Housing Authority

Date: On-Going; Mon- Fri (when available)

Time: 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.

Location: 1350 North Dixie Highway, Boca Raton, Fl 33432 (Dixie Manor)

Description: Assist residences with college level math courses

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer: Kim Daley, kdaley@bocahousing.org , 561-394-2496 or 561-750-5259

 

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Other

 

Agency/Organization: Second Chance

Event: Online Learning Platform and Marketing for Small Nonprofit

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: various shifts available both onsite and virtually

Location: 648 George Bush Boulevard, Delray Beach, FL

Description of Volunteer Activities: volunteers need to be versed in social media marketing, web development and administration to assisting a marketing campaign and development of an online learning platform

Dress Code: casual

Contact to Volunteer: Veronica Kulon, 561-404-0414, veronica@secondchancecommunity.org

 

Project/ Event: American Sign Language Interpreter with D.A.R.T.  Domestic Assault Rehabilitative Treatment

Date: On-going;

Time: Either- Monday 6:00pm-7:30pm or Wednesday 7:30pm-9:00pm, with a potential additional hour or two initially at Volunteer's availability.

Location: 4362 Northlake Boulevard, Suite 205, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Description: Potential six month assignment. Interpret for Deaf (at present time for one client) in a group class setting at one of the times above, on a weekly basis for approximately six months. Other initial volunteer time (one or two hours) to interpret at their availability (in office setting).

Contact to Volunteer: Please contact Gina Schlueter or Sylvia Keller, PhD, LMHC, CAP during normal business hours for more information and for an appointment: 561-624-6130

 

Agency/Organization: St. Luke's United Methodist Church

Event: Power Point Tech

Date: Sundays (On-going)

Time for Volunteers: 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Location: 165 Ohio Road Lake Worth, FL 33467

Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers will create the PowerPoint slides for Sunday worship and run the projection on Sunday mornings.

Dress Code: Professional (church attire is semi-professional)

Contact to Volunteer: Verona Matthews, vlmatthews@bellsouth.net,  561-965-3043

 

Agency/Organization: St. Luke's United Methodist Church

Event: Coordinating Youth Group Activities

Date: Sundays (On-going)

Time for Volunteers: 4 p.m.-6 p.m.

Location: 165 Ohio Road Lake Worth, FL 33467

Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers will coordinate weekly youth group activities

Dress Code: Casual

Contact to Volunteer:  Verona Matthews, vlmatthews@bellsouth.net,  561-965-3043

 

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  Scholarship & Internship Opportunities 

  • AmeriCorps*VISTA Education Position at United Way of Palm Beach County
  • Teaching Artist Position with Dancing Classrooms
  • Accounting Internship at the  Boca Raton Museum of Art
  • Florida Campus Compact AmeriCops*VISTA Position
  • Komen Florida State Public Policy Collaborative Legislation Committee- Unpaid Internship/Volunteer

 

Paid Internship$7.50/hr

Agency/Organization: Darrell Gwynn Foundation

Event: Project Assistant

Time for Volunteers: Flexible hours, can work 10-30 hours a week and create a work schedule agreed upon by both parties.

Date: Fall Semester

Location: Darrell Gwynn Foundation- 4850 SW 52nd St. Davie, FL 33314

Description of Volunteer Activities: Assist in creating press materials, maintaining website and social media programs.Write recap summaries of wheelchair donations and follow-up features on wheelchair recipients for publication.Assist in the planning of fundraising events.Attend events as needed (may include nights and weekends)Other duties as assigned

 

Contact to Volunteer: Ryan Rogers, ryan@darrellgwynnfoundation.org, (954) 792-7223, est.114

 

 

 

Accounting Internship at the  Boca Raton Museum of Art

Date: On-going

Time for Volunteers: Monday or Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm (Work days & hours are flexible)

Location: 501 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432

Description of Volunteer Activities: Volunteers should be comfortable working on a computer and using a keyboard, be flexible in working assignments with a desire to learn practical business application.

Dress Code: Business

Contact to Volunteer: Linda Ursillo, 561.392.2500 ext. 214, lursillo@bocamuseum.org

 

Komen Florida State Public Policy Collaborative Legislative Committee - Unpaid Internship/Volunteer

Location: West Palm Beach Area

Time Frame: Indefinite, Approximately 5 hours per week

Job Description: An exciting opportunity to work with Komen Florida State Public Policy Collaborative Legislative Committee. Primarily working with legislators, senators, arranging meetings, talking about issues, being present at special events. Also, getting to know the Florida political landscape and helping the affiliate/state achieve its goals of helping cancer patients. Some research, computer work, possible lobbying and some legal writing. Some travel could be possible, throughout the state of Florida and DC.

Please submit resume and cover letter to: sara@dilawgroup.com.

 

 

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