Days or times needed are shown at the beginning of each selection using the following code:
(D) = weekdays during regular business hours
(E) = evenings
(W) = weekends
(F) = flexible
(F) Anti-Violence Committee of the Triad
needs volunteers to present anti-violence programs at day care centers schools, nursing homes, churches, and other locations. Volunteers are also needed to help with fundraisers throughout the year.
Sign up to volunteer at www.avctriad.org or contact Cynthia D’Agostino (336) 303-1553 or email@example.com)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Greensboro
needs volunteers to mentor children between the ages of 6 and 13. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, reside or work in Greensboro, complete an enrollment process and make a 1 year commitment to the program.
Robin Williams, 378-9100, firstname.lastname@example.org
BJ’s Enrichment Academy
needs Volunteers will work with children who are not performing on grade level. All volunteers are expected to provide positive outlooks, encourage the children with making good choices. Volunteers must provide a clean background check. Volunteers are scheduled Monday – Friday 2:30 -5:30pm. This program does not operate on teacher workdays, early release days or holidays.
Contact Betty Jenkins, 336-617-3168, email@example.com
(F) Boy Scouts of America
needs volunteers that will assist as Scout or Pack Leaders and Assistant Leaders in providing quality programs for young boys ages 7-18 years old. Scouting teaches leadership, character, and responsibility. Some activities include lesson plans, camping, and environment safety. To make a difference please contact
Nella Becton at 336-772-1300, www.bsaonsc.org
D, E, W) Center of Hope, Salvation Army needs volunteers to sit with children while parents are in class or attend meetings. Must have experience working with children and must pass a background check. Minimum age 18
Christy Hardy, 235-0349, Christy.firstname.lastname@example.org
(D,W) Greensboro Children’s Museum
Tommie Lynn Sullivan, 574-2898, email@example.com
(E,W) Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department needs volunteer coaches for youth soccer and baseball programs. Volunteer should be knowledgeable in youth sport, enjoy working with children, emphasize fair play and good sportsmanship. Minimum age 18. Background check is required. Call 373-2174
(D, E) Greensboro Youth Council needs high-school students to participate in community service and special events throughout the school year. GYC teaches responsibility, life skills, and public speaking. Must be a current or rising high school student in Guilford County. Events include High IQ Bowl, and Santa’s Workshop, Training provided..
Jenny Caviness, 373-2738, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure/gyc
Mentor Support—mentor relationship with our mentee by offering support, behavior modeling and assistance by being a role model and friend. Minimum age 21.
Residential Counselor/transporter – Assisting male residential home with providing transportation to and from jobs or running errands on the home/company van.
(D) Junior Achievement Of Central North Carolina
strives to prepare today’s youth for tomorrow workforce by focusing on 3 pillars: financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. Volunteers work with a specific class once a week during the school day. Lessons are approximately 30 minutes, and the curriculum span is from 5-10 weeks. Training and materials are provided for fun, hands-on activities. Minimum age 18.
Davida Hamilton, 299-4339, email@example.com, htp://centralncja.org
(D,E,W) KopperTop Life Learning Center needs volunteers to help students with special needs during therapeutic riding lessons. Days, Evenings and Saturday
Deborah Meridith, 336-565-9723, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.koppertop.org
(E,W) Mary’s House
needs volunteers to care for children while parents attend Alcoholic Anonymous classes. Supervise children, read stories, play music, organize arts and crafts activities. Escort children to the restroom, change diapers, feed infants. Must respect and appreciate children of diverse backgrounds and be able to work with special needs children. Training provided. Must have high school diploma or GED. Minimum age
Ms. Vivian Owens, 285-8862, email@example.com
(E) Reading Connections
Needs Childcare Assistants to work with leaders in childcare rooms starting on October 19th. Classes will meet from 5:30-8:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Hunter Elementary. Experience working with children is required and a background check will be performed through Guilford County Schools.
Beth Larson, 230-2223, firstname.lastname@example.org
(D,F) Win-Win Resolutions
needs volunteers to assist agency counselors and theater instructors during conflict resolution workshops held this summer at youth organizations including YMCAs and Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs.
Bobbijean Spellman Bobbijean@winwinresolutions.org 2301232 www.winwinresolutions.org -
(E) East Side Park Community Center
needs volunteers to tutor children k-12 in their after school program. Volunteers are needed Monday through Thursday 3pm to 5pm.
Lavonne Allison, 336-574-0980, lallisoneastside.rr.com
Guardian ad Litem needs volunteers to investigate and determine the needs of abused and neglected children in the custody of the Department of Social Services. Volunteers make independent recommendations to the court, focusing on the needs for each child. Volunteers advocate for permanent, safe homes for every child and generally spend 4-6 hours a month on each case. Extensive training provided.
Contact, 336-412-7580, Guilford.GAL@nccourts.org
(F) I AM NOW, Inc.
needs volunteers in the following areas:
needs hosts to greet visitors and help them interact with exhibits.
Volunteers may act our characters – grocery store managers, health care providers, for example – to bring the exhibits to life for children. Morning and afternoon shifts available seven days a week. Minimum age 18.