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Unless otherwise noted,
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Training is provided.

Office Volunteers, SeniorCare

Volunteers assist SeniorCare’s Community Programs with a wide variety of office tasks and projects, working with staff in an active office environment. Projects may involve conducting phone calls, proofing documents, database entry, filing, helping with mailings, using a scanner and photo copier, conducting research, planning events, and much more. Position requires good communication, organization, and computer literacy skills. Volunteers will be trained to assist with projects that match your interests and skills.

Nutrition Monthly Mailing, SeniorCare

Volunteers assist with the Nutrition Monthly Mailing, serving together with a group of volunteers to help put together and mail more than 600 letters sent to consumers each month. If you enjoy working with others and have a couple of hours to give once each month, this may be a great volunteer role for you.

Volunteer Office Assistant, NeedyMeds

NeedyMeds is a national non-profit that connects people to programs that will help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs.

Tasks include ongoing online research and updating of database related to prescription drug availability and free clinics. Volunteers are trained to assist with research and data entry and help one or two days each week.

Volunteer Assistant Thrift Shop, The Open Door

Second Glance, the thrift store of The Open Door, provides a fun, safe place to shop for reduced-cost items. Volunteers help alongside staff members to sort through treasures, make enticing visual displays, and give customers an amazing shopping experience while raising money for hunger relief.

Responsibilities may include sorting, cleaning and placing items on sales floor. Good problem-solving skills are helping along with excellent customer service and an interest in working in retail. Training provided; Volunteers serve for one or more shifts each week.

Volunteer Assistants, Senior Centers

Many local Senior Centers utilize the help of volunteers to assist with office tasks and projects, working with staff in a busy senior center environment. Activities may include greeting visitors, answering the phone, and helping to answer questions. Other duties may include helping with sorting and stacking books in the library, using a computer for database entry, assisting with newsletter mailings, and much more. Volunteers will be trained to assist with projects that match your interests and skills.