COOL School holds Sports based challenges to encourge teamwork! This will be our second COOL Sports challenge this year, the theme being dance and cheer challange.
We are looking for 3 people to volunteer once a week at the beginning of January who could like to teach a group of K through 5th graders a dance routine before Feburary 7th from 3:30-4:30.
You can volunteer to teach at:
Snow, Phillips, or Shearer Elementary here in Napa.
Office Volunteer: Do you enjoy administrative duties and have great organizational skills? We could use your help at our San Rafael office.
Requirements: Must be available during the weekday. Computer skills a plus.
Must complete online volunteer form first: http://www.tripsforkidsmarin.org/volunteer-form/
Love to interact with people? Passionate about biking and advocating to get more kids on bikes? Become an ambassador at our booth at community events.Requirements: Availability on nights and weekends a plus.
Through the Bars Foundation is a new nonprofit with staff who have decades of experience empowering people in San Quentin and prisons throughout California. We need a new volunteer to join our team to help expand this critical work. The volunteer's contributions will enable us to expedite communication with program staff in other prisons, as well as foundations, musicians, and other key contacts. We really need help building a new database using FileMaker Pro, and inputing all of the contacts we have from our previous work into this database. Will you help?
Skills and knowledge required:
- Proficient in FileMaker Pro or a similar system
- Good at devising systems and solving problems
- Can keep information confidential
The future for healthcare is up for grabs - we need you - we need each other. The voice of the patients must be heard now! Patients for Change is looking for a highly talented, driven, and passionate individual looking to reform the healthcare industry. Do you have experience with grassroots organizations, advocacy, or community clinics?
We're scaling fast and we are looking for office support. Skills desired in a volunteer include familiarity with public relations (social media, outlook, etc.), technology (excel, word), someone who can drive and who likes to have fun. The more creative you are the better!
We're flexible with schedule but ideally looking for someone at least 10 hours a week (remote work or in office). Be a part of our movement.
Benefits of volunteering with us include:
- Exposure to community leaders in healthcare reform
- Attend meetings with local healthcare and medical professionals
- Experience building community partnerships with local businesses
Together we can change the world!
Give the gift of your time and companionship to a senior, become a Social Call friendly visitor in Marin County.
Volunteers find their visits highly rewarding and many develop long-term relationships with their older adult match. This connection is based on the idea that both the volunteer and participant have much to give to one another, ensuring a reciprocal bond. We encourage volunteers to embrace the experience and stories that come with aging, as it’s sure to give you a unique perspective!
Social Call volunteers:
Receive training in interpersonal and listening skills. Trainings are held regularly and last about 2 hours.
Are matched with an older adult to whom you will provide friendly companionship and a compasionate presence.
Visit with their match once a week, for an hour or 2, at a time that works for both of you. Matches are based on location, common interests, and availability.
Bilingual volunteers encouraged to apply.
For more information, please contact Casey O'Neill at email@example.com or 415-535-7741.