Become a Client Buddy -
Organization: East Alabama AIDS Outreach
Location: Auburn, Alabama, 36831-1971, U.S.
Contacting an agency client on a regular basis to provide support, occassional driving, and act as friend to an individual that is HIV+ or is a Person Living with AIDS.
Mailing Address: PO Box 1971
Auburn, Alabama, 36831-1971, U.S.
Contact Person: Keith F. Iris, Jr. MSE, NCC
Organization: Mental Health Association In SouthWest Alabama
COMPEER is a mentor to an assigned person with one or more mental disabilites.
Location: 1504 Springhill Ave.
Mobile, Alabama, 36604 , U.S.
Contact Person: Lynn Anderson, Ex. Director
Phone: 334 405 9908
Fax: 334 405 9913
Alabama Charity Services
Mobile Mental Health Center
2400 Gordon Smith Drive
Mobile, AL 36617
Telephone: 334/473-4423 24 hour phone service.
TYPE OF SERVICE: Provides assistance in emergency/crisis situations. A suicidal person may go or be taken to USA Hospital emergency room for evaluation.
U.S. Space Camp
Organizes and maintains Space Camps and other educational centers related to space exploration. Motivates young people to study math and science.
Employment: Want information about being a counselor at SPACE CAMP or AVIATION CHALLENGE? email: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Compeer Program Volunteer
Southcentral Counseling Center Anchorage, Alaska
Compeer is a program of Southcentral Counseling Center that brings volunteers as a mentor to an assigned person with mental mental health problems.
Location: 4020 Folker Street, Anchorage, Alaska, 99508, U. S.
Contact Person: Shannon Wilks
Phone: (907) 563-1000
Fax: (907) 563-2045
StandUp For Kids - Tempe, Arizona
Be a street outreach counselor- StandUp For Kids is an all volunteer organization that goes to the streets and helps homeless and street kids. They feed, clothe, and counsel them to help kids get off the streets & empower them toward life long personal & social growth.
Location: Tempe, Arizona, 85280, United States
Contact Person: Executive Director
60+ Volunteer opportunities per month
Make A Difference - Phoenix, AZ
Make A Difference is a nonprofit organization that recruits, educates and coordinates a network of volunteers for diverse community service projects that promote interaction with and awareness of those in need. They produces a calendar of volunteer projects each month. There are 60+ projects to choose from.
Location: 5151 N. 19th Ave. Suite 200
Phoenix, Arizona 85015, U. S.
Contact Person: Laura Lowe, Program Director
Black Women's Task Force
Nonprofit organization that seeks to support the advancement of black women's lives through education and empowerment.
Arizona Charity Org
Arizona Community Foundation
Provides grants and material assistance to AZ's nonprofit orgs.
The Arizona Community Foundation
2122 East Highland, Suite 400
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Phone:(602) 381-1400 or (800) 222-8221
FAX (602) 381-1575
Crisis Line Volunteer
Northwest Arkansas Crisis Intervention Center Springdale, Arkansas, U.S.
Crisis Center staffed by volunteers in Northwest Arkansas in need of volunteers.
NWA Crisis Intervention was established to provide 24 hour, 7 days a week coverage of a suicide prevention hotline and a crisis intervention and referral service to the residents of Arkansas.
Location: 614 E. Emma Avenue, Suite 213, Springdale, Arkansas, 72764, U.S.
Contact Person: Ruthanne Hill
CareLink, the Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging - Little Rock, North Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.
Volunteers are needed to deliver Meals-On-Wheels to homeound elderly persons in Little Rock and North Little Rock.
Location: CareLink, 2900 Percy Machin Dr., North Little Rock, Arkansas, 72114, U.S.
Contact Person: Scott Holladay
Helping Angels-Fayetteville, AR
Organization and coordination of nonprofit and charitable groups and volunteers, increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the total services provided to those in need
Administrative Office Social Services/Referral Office
One West Mountain
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (501) 442-9239
Fax: (501) 442-4580
Main Phone: (501) 750-9900 or toll free (888) 710-3456
General Information: HelpingAngels@HelpingAngels.org
Interfaith Compeer of Santa Cruz, CA , U.S.
One on One Friendship to help people who are in mental health treatment to live happier, more productive lives.
Location: 1050 Cayuga St.
Santa Cruz, California, 95062 U.S.
Contact Person: Nancy Karges
Phone: (831) 459-6817
Fax: None given
Mentors for Girls
Big Sisters of Los Angeles
Seeks caring women at least 21 years old to mentor and be role models for girls throughout Los Angeles County
Location: 6022 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, California, 90036, U.S.
Phone: (323) 933-5749
Fax: (323) 933-9801
A nonprofit, nongovernmental, international-exchange student organization.
10671 Roselle St.
San Diego, California 92121-1525
Family Violence Prevention Fund
383 Rhode Island St.
San Francisco, California 94103-5133
Phone: (415) 252-8900
Fax: (415) 252-8991
'Anam Chara' is a program that connects volunteers with elders for companionship and fun.
Location: 1795 Quince Avenue
Boulder, Colorado, 80304 U.S.
Contact Person: Sherry Irby
Phone: (303) 442-4484
Fax: (303) 442-9157
Volunteers of America Foster Grandparent Program-Denver
Low-income seniors 60+, Foster Grandparents serve 20 hours per week to help children in nursery, day care, school, treatment facilities etc. The children improve their academics, self-esteem and gain a solid role model. The seniors improve their health, purpose in life and overall well-being.
Note: the Foster Grandparents recieve a monthly stipend of \\$200, paid time off and transportation reimbursement.
Location: 2525 16th Street
Denver, Colorado, 80211, U.S.
Contact Person: Daine Stobnicke
Health S.E.T. is a volunteer health service which strives to improve the physical, emotional, social and spiritual well-being of the elderly, poor and under-served in the Denver community with a unique set of health services, education and resources.
Colorado Anciano Association
The Colorado Anciano Association, C.A.A. is a Hispanic Elderly non-profit organization dedicated to improving the welfare and quality of life in the diversified system of health, social and supportive services.
Phone: (303) 433-0080
Postal address: 3154 West 39th Ave.
E-mail Information: email@example.com
United Way of Connecticut
Lists of State Wide United Way Facilities URL: http://www.ctunitedway.org/
Family Center- Bristol, Connecticut
Humanistic cultural center for families of all races and tax brackets offers dance, music, and sports programs. Find out how to volunteer.
Location: 47 Upson Street
Bristol, Connecticut 06010
Foodshare of Greater Hartford
Dedicated to fighting hunger on the streets of Hartford. Find out how to lend a helping hand.
P. O. Box 809
Windsor, CT 06095
Phone: (860) 688-6500
Fax: (860) 688-2776
Food Warehouse Location:
200 Addison Road
Windsor, CT 06095
Food Bank Asst.- Wilmington/Stanton, Delaware
Asst with the pick up and packaging of food for needy families twice a month.
Org: Building The Virtuous Temple UHCOL
Location: Wilmington/Stanton, Delaware, 19804
Nonprofit organization is dedicated to providing the highest quality crisis helpline in the area.
New Castle County:
Kent & Sussex Counties:
Junior Achievement of Delaware
Reaches out to children teaching them about what it takes to succeed in the business world.
Location: 522 S. Walnut Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Big Sun Volunteer Center of Marion Co., FL
Mentor to youth, also work with Disaster relief, Hungry, Homeless, Poverty, Environment, & Animals. Multiple opportunities serving over 140 non-profit agencies. Whatever your focus there is an organization which needs you.
Location: 610 Southwest 13th Street
Ocala, Florida, 34474
Contact Person: Cindy Marshall
National Fund Raiser
Help a new and innovative local-global child relief agency raise funds.
Organization: Operation Save Children -OSC- Operation Santa Claus
Location: 4411 Bee Ridge Rd. #217
Sarasota, Florida, 34233
Contact Person: Rich Vannucci
Phone: 941 378 9755
All Children's Hospital
Foundation of St. Petersburg's referral center for children with challenging medical problems.
Location: 801 6th Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Phone: (727) 898-7451
Mentoring and Other Volunteer Opportunities-Atlanta
CHRIS Homes, Inc.
Mentor Children who are emotionally troubled, mostly caused by abuse, neglect and victimization.
volunteers are needed to help with upkeep of their 11 residential treatment homes.
Location: 1447 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia, 30309
Contact Person: Lori Cowie
Leave A Legacy-Georgia
The Leave A Legacy Georgia campaign encourages people to leave gifts from their estates to their favorite nonprofit organizations
Health Fair Coordinator-Honolulu, Hawaii
For the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii to Coordinate volunteers and participants at community health fairs throughout the islands. Supervise volunteers or become one.
Location: 1314 So. King Street #305
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96814, U.S.
Contact Person: Denice Keliikoa
Phone: (808) 593-1515
American Cancer Society
URL: http://www2.cancer.org/state/id/index.html Eastern Area - Idaho
900 E Harmony (Home Office)
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone 2: 208-343-4609
Idaho/Rocky Mountain Division, Inc.
2676 Vista Ave
Boise, ID 83705
Lewiston Office (Home Office)
911 Linden Ave
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone 2: 208-343-4609
Northern Area - Idaho
1213 Adeline Ave
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Phone 2: 208-343-4609
South Central Area - Idaho
149 West 50 South
Rupert, ID 83350
Phone 2: 208-343-4609
After School Action Programs. Mentoring on a one-on-one basis or in a group format to form friendship and guidance to help children mature into well rounded adults. Activities include talks, outings, and sports.
Location: c/o Alternatives, Inc.
4730 N. Sheridan Road
Chicago, Illinois, 60640
Contact Person: Enid Norman
Shelter Advocates- Indianapolis, Indiana
Fresh Start of Indianapolis, Inc. needs shelter advocates for the Julian Center and the Salvation Army shelter. Advocates assist the families with Fresh Start services & referral sources so families can reach their goals. No experience necessary - on-site training.
Location: P.O. Box 26103
Indianapolis, Indiana, 46226
Contact Person: Judith M. House
Phone: (317) 541-1655
Fax: (317) 842-3978
Hundreds of volunteer opportunities available
Volunteer Center Waterloo/Cedar Falls, Iowa
Location: 2101 Kimball Ave.
Waterloo, Iowa, 50702
Contact: Christi Mason
Adult Mentor-Hutchinson, Kansas
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Reno County
To mentor an at risk child by spending 2-4 hours with them 3 to 4 times per month.
Location: One E. Ninth
Hutchinson, Kansas, 67501
Contact Person: Patti Pries
Volunteer Groups- Lawrence, Kansas
Roger Hill Volunteer Center
Work with Douglas County non-profit agencies to develop volunteer projects
Location: 2518 Ridge Court RM 101
Lawrence, Kansas, 66046
Contact Person: Andre' Bollaert
Foster parent for special dogs, cats, or rabbits
Home at Last Animal Sanctuary -Salvisa, Kentucky
Req. Skills: Caring, responsible, and willing to work with an animal in need of your love and compassion.
Location: P.O. Box 144
Salvisa, Kentucky 40372
Contact Person: Victoria King
Kentucky's Homeless AmeriCorps Program
Homeless and Housing Coalition Of Kentucky Housing Counselor:
Help homeless and low-income Kentuckians find and keep safe, decent, and affordable housing. Advocate for better emergency & transitional housing and assistance to alleviate the immediate suffering of the homeless.
Location: 229 W. Main Street, Suite 104
Frankfort, Kentucky, 40601
Contact Person: Alan Dahl
Role Model-New Orleans
Volunteers of America
interest in youth, willingness to share talents, listening skills, give direction. Location: 4152 Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana, 70119
Contact Person: Cathie Peterman
Volunteer Center of Southwest Louisiana
The Volunteer Center SWLA
1023 Common Street
Lake Charles, LA 70601
Phone: (337)310-INFO (4636)
Eastern Agency on Aging - Bangor, Maine
Volunteers make telephone calls, prepare mailings, and compile results. Phone: 207-941-2865
Location: Bangor, Maine, 04401
Activist -Augusta, Maine
Natural Resources Council of Maine
work to convince legislators, business leaders and other policy makers of the need to implement sound environmental policies.
Location: 3 Wade St
Augusta, Maine, 04330-6351
Contact Person: Tim Glidden
Phone: (207) 622-3101
RESTORE NATURAL HABITAT - Cecil County, Maryland
The Nature Conservancy of Maryland/D.C.
preserve plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.
Location: 5410 Grosvenor Lane, Suite 100
Bethesda, Maryland, 20814
Contact Person: Deborah Barber
Activity Assistants -Baltimore
Project PLASE of Baltimore
Accompany and/or transport clients to peer group activities (PLASE van or mass transit) or assist in one of the in-house activities.
Location: 2029 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, Maryland, 21218
Contact Person: Susan J. Fineagan
Phone: 410-837-1400 x19
Reach Out and Read- Lynn, Massachusetts
Lynn Community Health Center
Volunteers needed to read to children in our family practice and pediatric waiting rooms. 1-2 hour shifts during the day.
Location: 269 Union Street
Lynn, Massachusetts, 01901
Contact Person: Joyce Courtemanche
Phone: 781-596-2502 x 706
Tutor- Detroit, Michigan
St. Christopher House
Assist with tutoring children in the after school program. To provide self-help, educational and motivational programs such as Teen Parenting Program, Sewing classes, Arts, Crafts, Music, Drama.
Location: 1117 Field Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48214
Contact Person: Melvin Frazier - Director
Phone: (313) 331- 0221
Fax: (313) 331 - 0482
Many Volunteer & Community Projects and Opportunities
HOPE Volunteer & Community Department 1355 Oakman Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan 48238
Bill Wenzel, Manager
Habitat for Humanity Detroit
dedicated to building decent, affordable housing in partnership with the community and families in need. URL: http://www.habitatdetroit.org/
Operation ABLE of Michigan
rewarding volunteer & student internship opportunities in our Southfield & Detroit offices.
Phone: (248) 443-0370
Telephone numbers for Other Suburban Detroit Organizations
Dear Hearts Hospice Volunteers 313-246-6963
Dearborn Meals on Wheels 313-943-2285
Granare Hospice Services 800-932-5202
Heartland Hospice 248-948-1019
Home Health Plus Hospice 248-357-3650
Oakland County Food Bank 313-429-2910
Recordings for the Blind 248-879-0101
Village Hospice 313-582-2382
Volunteer Impact 248-559-4960
William Beaumont Hospital 248-828-5025
Education & Support Group Facilitator-Minneapolis
Chrysalis Center for Women
Help create a safe space for women to meet and talk about various life transitions. Group topics include: Self Worth.
Location: 4432 Chicago Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55407
Contact Person: Karen Smith
Minnesota FoodShare Programs
P.O. Box 7509
Minneapolis, MN 55407-0509
Phone: 612-721-8687 (metro) or
1-888-315-7390 (toll free)
The Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service
National Benevolent Association-St. Louis
Reading and working with children and seniors.
Location: 11780 Borman Drive
St. Louis, Missouri, 63146-4157
Contact Person: William C. Mauk
La Linea de Ayuda, Life Crisis Services-St. Louis
Hispanic Crisis Helpline that provides quality prevention & intervention services by phone for Hispanics throughout the St. Louis area who are experiencing crises. Helping callers find solutions for abusive situations, depression, alcoholism, advocacy, suicide & translation.
Volunteer Types: Volunteers can opt for basic training that will prepare them to handle translation and advocacy calls or the intensive training that will prepare them to be Crisis Counselors and provide counseling for higher risk situations. Volunteers can work from home at a minimum of 3 hours per week.
Contact Name: Director: Jordan Coleman
Address: 1423 S. Big Bend Blvd.,
St. Louis, MO 63117
Phone: 647-3100 ext:3035
Literacy Tutor- Kansas City
Literacy Kansas City -a not-for-profit organization that provides free, confidential, one-on-one reading help to adults.
Location: 205 W. 65th St.
Kansas City, Missouri, 64113
Contact Person: Janis Doty
Phone: 816-333-9332, ext. 22
KETC General Volunteer Positions- St. Louis
KETC is the public televison station serving the Greater St. Louis Area. KETC provides educational television that educates, informs and inspires.
Location: 3655 Olive Street
St. Louis, Missouri, 63108
Contact Person: Tom Jackson
Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation- Billings, MT
To support, promote, advance, and enable charitable, religious, and educational organizations and programs whose services primarily benefit youth and adults with special needs.
Yellowstone Boys & Girls Ranch Foundation
2050 Overland Avenue
Billings, Montana 59102
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.mcn.net/~yellowstonefdtn/index.html
Blanket Makers- Lincoln Nebraska
Project Linus -
Handmade blankets are needed to distribute to children who need a little security in their lives because of serious illness, abuse or neglect.
Location: P. O. Box 22883
Lincoln, Nebraska, 68542-2883
Contact Person: Bobbie Connolly
Nebraska Network for Children & Families
Translators-Las Vegas, Nevada
World Wisdom Project
Project seeks to translate into world languages the key educational materials and web site components based on the betterment of humanity.
Location: 9813 Tehama Court
Las Vegas, Nevada, 98117
Contact Person: Jessica Woodrow
Office Assistant East Derry, New Hampshire
Education-A-Must is looking for someone to help in their office, answering the phone, doing paperwork, and so forth.
They provide advocate services for children or youth with physical, emotional, behavioral, or learning disabilities.
Location: PO Box 216
East Derry, New Hampshire 03041
Contact Person: Dot French
Phone: (603) 437-6286
Fax: (603) 434-0371
Help Homeless Animals- Bedford, New Hampshire
Provides care for unwanted, neglected, injured or abused animals.
Location: 545 Route 101
Bedford, New Hampshire, 03110
Contact Person: Maureen Prendergast
Reading Tutor- Newark, New Jersey
Newark Literacy Campaign- tutoring adults in reading. Requires a minimum of 2 hours per week.
Location: 5 Washington Street
P.O. Box 630, Newark, New Jersey 07101-0630
Contact Person: Irene Daniels
Phone: (973) 623-4001
Fax: (973) 623-1890
Archaeological Site Monitor-Grants NM
Partners In Parks Monitoring Group at El Malpais National Monument near Grants NM.
Location: P. O. Box 130, 3760 O-35 Drive
Paonia, Colorado, 81428
Contact Person: Kate Zachman
The Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity
Volunteers provide most of the labor, and individual and corporate donors provide money and materials to build Habitat houses.
Location: 3501 Campus Blvd
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Friends of the Night People
a charitable organization that helps the poor, homeless and destitute in Buffalo, New York. They provide food, clothing, medical care, counseling and hope to those in need. All services are provided free of charge without a sliding income scale. They rely on the generosity of our volunteers and contributors. Please consider a donation of time, money or food and clothing to their cause so that they will continue to be able help their neighbors.
Location: Buffalo N.Y. Web site: Friends of the Night People Contact: Contact Form
Computer Technology Teacher- Yonkers, NY
Seeking experienced P/C networking user to help teach Microsoft Office, basic web design, desktop publishing, and digital imaging to a wide age group (3-93).
Location: 21 Park Avenue
Yonkers, New York, 10703
Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator
Victim Advocate- Charlotte, NC
United Family Services
Provides a broad range of human services. Like volunteers which are needed to accompany domestic violence survivors to court as they seek protective orders.
Contact Person: Vanessa Shelton Stolen
Master Internet Volunteers-North Dakota State University
Master Internet Volunteers work with North Dakota State University Extension Service county offices and directly with community organizations to help others learn and make effective use of the Internet.
URL: Master Internet Volunteer Program
Mid Ohio Valley Volunteer Organizations
A Comprehensive List of Needed Volunteers and Available Volunteers
URL:Mid Ohio Valley Volunteer Organizations
A CHANCE TO CHANGE FOUNDATION-OK City,OK
Help those in the community affected by Chemical Dependency. Variety of counseling services to afflicted individuals and their familes including in the area of Eating Disorders that affects many young women today.
Contact Person : DENISE JOHNSON HOLE
Telephone: (405) 840-9000
Address: 5228 CLASSEN BLVD.
OKC, OK 73118
Teen Volunteers-All Over Oregon
Get involved in community activities, a database of opportunities for teen volunteers.
URL: Many organizations need teen volunteers. If you want to get involved, this is the place to start looking.
Volunteer Resource Center
Contact: Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
2100 Arch Street, Phila., PA 19103
URL: Philadelphia Region Volunteer Resources & Opportunities
Volunteer Opportunities in the Pittsburgh Area
Comprehensive List of Pittsburg Orgs.
URL:Pittsburgh Region Guides and Directories to Volunteer Organizations
Tutor-State Wide, Rhode Island
Literacy Volunteers of America-Rhode Island, Inc.
Provide individual or small group tutoring for adults in conversational English and basic literacy.
Location: 260 West Exchange St.
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Contact: Yvette Kenner
Phone: (401) 861-0815
Fax: (401) 861-0863
Volunteer Soup Kitchen/Clinic/Shelter-Charleston,SC
Homeless Shelter for Men seek Daily help for soup kitchen to prepare and serve lunch. Groups are encouraged to Volunteer.
Location: 573 Meeting Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29482
Contact: Niki Ross
Phone: (843) 723-9477
Fax: (843) 723-7563
Youth Worker w/ Native American Children- Eagle Butte, South Dakota
The Cheyenne River Youth Project of Eagle Butte, SD
Volunteer to help Children and Youth, Community Service, Poverty and Hunger.
Location: P.O. Box 410
Eagle Butte, South Dakota, 57625
Various Volunteering in Shelby County, Tennessee
Community Service and Volunteering, Education, Network of Nonprofit Organizations
Location: 326 Ellsworth, Memphis, Tennessee, 38111
Contact Person: Jeana Bailley
Phone: 901 458-3288
Fax: 901 458-3077
Email: email@example.com URL: http://www.volunteermemphis.org
Hands On Nashville,TN
Volunteer group dedicated to the enrichment of Nashville by helping homeless, underprivileged children, and the elderly.
Recruits, educates and coordinates a network of volunteers for diverse community service projects.
Phone: (615) 298-1108
Fax: (615) 298-2397
PO Box 40652
Nashville, TN 37204
439 East Iris
Area Agency on Aging of North Central Texas
Activities and volunteer opportunities
Looking for volunteers to Volunteer Benefits Counselors are responsible for providing information, counseling and assistance to older persons on topics such as public and private health benefits, individual rights, legal issues, and consumer fraud.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (817) 695-9274
Texas Volunteer Health Corps
Community Outreach- Salt Lake City, Utah
Planned Parenthood Association of Utah
Volunteers responsible for staffing information booths at various outreach venues. Phone: 801-532-1586
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah, 84102
Neighbor to Neighbor of Vermont Volunteer
Neighbor to Neighbor is a multi-site AmeriCorps program hosted by five Agencies on Aging in Vermont.
The program works to connect youth and adult volunteers to meet the needs of elders in their own communities.
call: 802.479.0531 or email email@example.com
Shelter Managers-Charlottesville, VA
Men and women from all backgrounds needed to volunteer as shelter manager from 5-9 pm. Schedule is flexible
Contact Person: Stephanie Martin
Volunteer Program at Washington State Parks
Helping hands are needed everywhere for a wide variety of short- and long-term projects, providing interesting and rewarding volunteer opportunities for individuals, couples, schools, families, corporations, citizen groups & service organizations.
Contact: Sarah Oldfield
Phone: (360) 902-8583
West Virginia Highlands Conservancy
Volunteers can help on the Blackwater Canyon campaign and forest protection.
Volunteer form URL: http://www.wvhighlands.org/BCNewsAug98/BChelpform.html
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