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Halloween Event Needs Volunteers ASAP!

Date of Event: 10/31/19

Hours Needed: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Location of Event: Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Organization Website: wpb.org

Contact Info For Student To Register/Sign Up: https://volunteer.volunteerflorida.org/opportunity/a0Cf400000Q603eEAB

Details of Volunteer Activity: Volunteers will help manage kids games. After they arrive on-site and check in, they’ll finish setting up the event site (games), manage the kid games during the event, and help pack it up when the event is over.

Attire: Please wear a black shirt. We may have event shirts for you, but they may not arrive in time. We will be outside, so please bring bug spray if you traditionally wear that. Please park your vehicle in the Evernia Parking Garage (at Evernia and Dixie or Olive). We will provide a parking pass.

Animals Events: Round 2 (And More!)

Date of Event/Activity: iFoster Volunteer at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Name of Event/Activity: Foster kittens for PA!
Location: Your home, kitten pick up and orientation at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue
League
Hours: 2 hrs per kitten per day.  Typical time for housing a kitten is 1-4 weeks.
Details of Volunteer Activity: Care for and socialize underage kittens to prepare them for adoption!

Date of Event/Activity: No set date, hours vary and are flexible but should add up to at least 8 hours each month for a minimum period of 6 months.

Name of Event/Activity: There are quite a few options, but some examples are Foster/Rescue Aide; Kitty Cuddler; Enrichment Assistant and Shelter Greeter/Host.

Location: PBCACC shelter, located at 7100 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Details of Volunteer Activity:

Our minimum age for volunteering at the shelter is 16, but there are also take-home projects (fostering an animal, for example, or doing projects that involve making enrichment items/toys for the animals) that younger kids can earn credit for.

Most of the volunteer roles available in the shelter for kids under 18 are not direct animal handling positions, but they are nonetheless very important in supporting all of our programs. For example, a 16 year old could take on a role like “Foster/Rescue Aide,” where they would work closely with our Foster/Rescue Coordinator to assist her with all the administrative aspects of the Foster and Rescue programs (including helping prepare kitten foster care kits, etc.). They could also take on the role of Greeter/Host, which involves hanging out in the front lobby and welcoming visitors to the shelter, answering basic questions, and directing people to wherever they are trying to go.

There *is* actually one direct animal handling position open to those under 18, but only with cats. Our “Kitty Cuddler” position is open to those 16 and up, and it involves interacting with and socializing cats that are in the shelter’s adoption program waiting for homes. We also are very much in need of in-shelter Enrichment Assistants, who work with our Behavior/Enrichment staff on things like preparing and distributing frozen peanut-butter-stuffed Kong toys to the dogs, etc.

All of these (with the exception of the take-home projects) are ongoing volunteer positions that do require a minimum six-month long commitment (8 hours per month). So students would need to be prepared for that commitment. But as long as they are, we would be very grateful to have them join us!

Website: www.pbcgov.com/animal

Contact Info. to Register/Sign Up: Tammy Roberts at troberts@pbcgov.org


Adopt A Cat Foundation

We are always in need of helping hands and hearts. Listed below are just some of the things you can do:

• Foster Care
• Fundraising Activities & Events
• Help clean and maintain the shelter
• Working at our Thrift Store
• Helping with adoptions on weekends

To volunteer, please contact Inga Hanley at
Business@adoptacatfoundation.org or call 561-848-4911.


Date of Event/Activity: Thursday, 11/7/19
Name of Event/Activity: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Climb
Location: Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter
Hours: 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Details of Volunteer Activity: Registration table/course set-up/course route
volunteers/after party
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Email @ kblaney@cff.org

Date of Event/Activity: No set date, hours vary and are flexible but should add up to at least 8 hours each month for a minimum period of 6 months.

Name of Event/Activity: There are quite a few options, but some examples are Foster/Rescue Aide; Kitty Cuddler; Enrichment Assistant and Shelter Greeter/Host.

Location: PBCACC shelter, located at 7100 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Details of Volunteer Activity:

Our minimum age for volunteering at the shelter is 16, but there are also take-home projects (fostering an animal, for example, or doing projects that involve making enrichment items/toys for the animals) that younger kids can earn credit for.

Most of the volunteer roles available in the shelter for kids under 18 are not direct animal handling positions, but they are nonetheless very important in supporting all of our programs. For example, a 16 year old could take on a role like “Foster/Rescue Aide,” where they would work closely with our Foster/Rescue Coordinator to assist her with all the administrative aspects of the Foster and Rescue programs (including helping prepare kitten foster care kits, etc.). They could also take on the role of Greeter/Host, which involves hanging out in the front lobby and welcoming visitors to the shelter, answering basic questions, and directing people to wherever they are trying to go.

There *is* actually one direct animal handling position open to those under 18, but only with cats. Our “Kitty Cuddler” position is open to those 16 and up, and it involves interacting with and socializing cats that are in the shelter’s adoption program waiting for homes. We also are very much in need of in-shelter Enrichment Assistants, who work with our Behavior/Enrichment staff on things like preparing and distributing frozen peanut-butter-stuffed Kong toys to the dogs, etc.

All of these (with the exception of the take-home projects) are ongoing volunteer positions that do require a minimum six-month long commitment (8 hours per month). So students would need to be prepared for that commitment. But as long as they are, we would be very grateful to have them join us!

Website: www.pbcgov.com/animal

Contact Info. to Register/Sign Up: Tammy Roberts at troberts@pbcgov.org


Volunteers are a vital part of Furry Friends!

We simply can’t do what we do without our volunteer team members.  Our animals and organization welcome and appreciate the donation of your valuable time and talent to help our dogs and cats while they await their forever homes.
As a Furry Friends’ approved volunteer, you may participate with our organization in so many ways:
  1. Bring a Furry Friend to adoption and special events (e.g. food collection drives, fundraisers, community events.)
  2. Walk dogs, interact with cats, assist our adoption desk and help us put our best face forward to visitors at both our Jupiter Adoption Center and Palm City Ranch.
  3. Accept donations, organize merchandise, provide customer service and more at our Thrift Boutique
  4. Provide photography or marketing services to promote our adoptable animals.
  5. Take a Furry Friend on a field trip to a local dog-friendly restaurant, beach, or park to increase their socialization, exposure, and adoption opportunities
  6. Assist us with special projects requiring attention at both locations, from fixing broken doors and faucets to installing shelving, and more

 


Second Chance Rescue

Foster Caretaker

We are a foster-based organization, which means that we do not have a shelter. Our animals are kept in our volunteers’ homes and given the love and care they deserve while they wait for their forever homes. We provide the necessary supplies for our foster caretakers (food, crates, kitty litter, medications, if necessary, etc.). You supply the love and attention. Fosters are responsible to ensure that animals available for adoption are brought to the events.

Event Volunteer

We have adoption events every weekend. We have weekly events at various PETCO and PetSmart stores. We also participate in a variety of community events. Event volunteers may be assigned to work with dogs, cats, puppies, or kittens. They may also be assigned to hand out literature to the public or request donations. We try to give each volunteer an opportunity to perform a variety of duties. Each week an email is sent out to all of our volunteers about the upcoming weekend’s events. If you are available to volunteer, we ask that you respond to the email and let us know which event you will be attending and what time you will be there.

Cattery Visitors

We have adoptable cats that reside in the catteries at the PETCO stores in Palm Beach county. Cattery Visitors spend time with the kitties, giving them lots of love and affection. Duties also include some minor cleaning and making sure everyone has plenty of food and water. Cattery shifts are available daily and you can sign up for as many or as few shifts as your schedule permits!

Transporter

Transporters drive animals to and from the veterinarian’s office, deliver or transfer animals to foster homes, deliver medication and supplies to foster homes, pick up animals for events, or pick up animals at shelters.

Collecting Supplies or Donations

We can always use supplies. Some of the items we need include:

– Newspapers
– Cleaning supplies
– Laundry detergent and bleach
– Dog food, treats, and toys
– Cat food, kitty litter, litter boxes, treats, and toys
– Crates and carriers
– Leashes, collars, and harnesses

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with us, please complete the attached application and email to danielle@asecondchancerescue.org


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Date of Event/Activity: Sunday, December 8th
Name of Event/Activity: Wellington Holiday Parade
Location: Forest Hill Blvd Wellington (SunTrust Bank)
Hours: 10am-4pm
Details of Volunteer Activity: Manage water tents, staging, clean up, carry banners in parade, help with parade dispersal.
Website: cpbchamber.com
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: krissy@cpbchamber.com

Website to Register for the Following Opportunities:  https://educationfoundationpbc.3cfreestore.com/

Location:

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Red Apple Supplies is located at Riviera Beach Preparatory & Achievement Academy. The address is 7071 Garden Road, Riviera Beach, Florida 33404.

Monday thru Friday – Enter and park at the school’s front lot using the spaces on the south end of the building. Walk thru the open gate and continue to the back of the school, follow the directional signs and flags for Red Apple Supplies.

Saturdays – Drive to the back of the school using the Red Apple Supplies directional signage from the road.

Volunteer Tasks and Agenda:

The goal of RAS volunteer projects is to uphold the look and integrity of the facility, that our teachers will enjoy an experience no other Teacher Resources Store can match. Though not all inclusive, the following will be what a volunteer could expect to be assigned to for each scheduled session:

– Sort, organize, inventory and stock donated and/or purchased products
– Assist Teachers with their shopping experience
– Research values and set distribution quantities
– Add descriptive signage to departments and product
– Build and set retail display racks
– Create inviting displays and creative uses of outdated items
– General housekeeping items throughout the year
– Attire

Please dress comfortably and refrain from wearing open-toed footwear (sandals, flip-flops, etc.). Many companies and groups that come together are welcome to wear their company/team shirts.

NOVEMBER 2019

Tuesday, November 5th: 10am – 12pm and/or 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, November 7th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Friday, November 8th: 10am – 12pm
Saturday November 9th: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday, November 12th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, November 14th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Tuesday, November 19th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, November 21st: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm

DECEMBER 2019

Tuesday, December 3rd: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, December 5th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Friday, December 6th: 10am – 12pm
Saturday, December 7th: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday, December 10th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, December 12th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Friday, December 13th: 10am – 12pm
Saturday, December 14th: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday, December 17th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Wednesday, December 18th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Thursday, December 19th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Friday, December 20th: 10am – 12pm


Date of Event/Activity: Ongoing

Name of Event/Activity: Ongoing

Location: Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Hours: 8am – 12pm or 1pm – 5pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Animal Care Volunteers for Dogs. Assists dogs and puppies in our care by walking dogs, bathing dogs, doing laundry, dishes, and cleaning kennels, as well as reporting any health or behavior concerns to supervisor.

Websitehttps://www.peggyadams.org/how-help/future-volunteers

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: volunteering@peggyadams.org


Date of Event/Activity: Every Saturday
Name of Event/Activity: Adoption Day
Location: PetSmart 531 N State Rd 7 / Royal Palm Beach Fl, 33411 & Petco 920 s State Rd 7 / Wellington Fl 33414
Hours: 11am-3pm

Love Animals? Then These Events Are For You!

Date of Event/Activity: Saturday, October 19th

Name of Event/Activity: Pumpkin Patch

Location: Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach

Hours: 10 am – 7 pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Helping families pick out pumpkins. Taking the pumpkins to the families vehicles using wagons. We set up shifts of 3 hours each, 10 am to 1 pm, 1 pm to 4 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm. Up to 6 people for each shift would be very helpful.

Website: www.cahh.org
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Irene Sobrino via email (isobrino@cahh.org) or office phone (561-748-7227)


Date of Event: Saturday, October 19th

Name of Event: 3rd Annual Halloween “Pawty”

Location: Animal Hospital at the Market Place, 278 Professional Way, wellington

Hours: 10:00 am-5:00 pm, 10:00 am- 2:00 pm, or 1:00 pm- 5:00 pm

Website: www.aaodog.org

Details of Volunteer Activity: MUST fill out a volunteer form online and respond to confirmation. We will have a bounce house, pet photo booth, pet contest, raffles, check-in table, dogs up for adoption, a face painting booth, and a selling booth. All duties will vary depending on what is needed throughout the event. setting up and breaking down.
**Do NOT just show up or say you are volunteering and not show up. You will be removed permanently from our list. Must wear purple with NO writing or we will have our shirts/tanks for $15**

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: ambersanimaloutreach@gmail.com


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Date of Event/Activity: Saturday, October 26, 2019

Name of Event/Activity:  Harvest Festival & Scarecrow Contest

Location: 300 N. Dixie Highway, WPB 33401

Hours: 10am-6:30pm (ideal), 12-4pm, & 1-5:00pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Helping with event check-in stations, face painting, corn husk dolls, cookie & pumpkin decorating, games (sack races, tug of war), plus more!

Website:HSPBC.org

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up:  Rhonda Gordon; rgordon@hspbc.org


Date of Event/Activity: Ongoing

Name of Event/Activity: Ongoing

Location: Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Hours: 8am – 12pm or 1pm – 5pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Animal Care Volunteers for Dogs. Assists dogs and puppies in our care by walking dogs, bathing dogs, doing laundry, dishes, and cleaning kennels, as well as reporting any health or behavior concerns to supervisor. 

Websitehttps://www.peggyadams.org/how-help/future-volunteers

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: volunteering@peggyadams.org


Date of Event/Activity: Every Saturday
Name of Event/Activity: Adoption Day
Location: PetSmart 531 N State Rd 7 / Royal Palm Beach Fl, 33411 & Petco 920 s State Rd 7 / Wellington Fl 33414
Hours: 11am-3pm

The Palm Beach Zoo event “Boo at the Zoo” is in need of volunteers for October 18, 19, & 20 and October 25, 26, & 27 at the following times:

  • Friday, October 18                         12:00 p.m. –9:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 19                     5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, October 20                        9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 25                          9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 26                     9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, October 27                        9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Volunteers work a minimum of a two hour shift and help with candy distribution at Trick or Treat Stations, dressing people up at the Photo Booth or assisting with creating fun things at the Craft Station. Palm Beach Zoo is currently decorated with fun family friendly Halloween decorations and at night the displays will light up. Students 16 or older are welcome to volunteer and can receive community service hours for their time.

Anyone who would like to volunteer can reach out via email of (lsteele@palmbeachzoo.org)or via phone at 561.533.0887 ext. 253.


 

Two Ongoing Events Seeking Volunteers!

Date of Event/Activity: Sept. 16-Oct. 20, 2019 (6 weeks; 7 days/week)

Name of Event/Activity: Palm Beach County Cares-Bahamas Relief Campaign

Location: 1975 Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33404 (old Albertsons/HH Gregg Store location)

Hours: Mon., Tues., Thu., Fri., 10am-6pm & Sat., Sun., 12-6pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Warehouse Operations: unloading, palletizing, wrapping and loading relief supplies.

Website: Palm Beach County Cares (palmbeachcountycares.com)

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up:

Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a094daca92cabf85-pbcc1

Wed/Sat/Sun: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a094daca92cabf85-pbcc


Date of Event/Activity: No set date, hours vary and are flexible but should add up to at least 8 hours each month for a minimum period of 6 months.

Name of Event/Activity: There are quite a few options, but some examples are Foster/Rescue Aide; Kitty Cuddler; Enrichment Assistant and Shelter Greeter/Host.

Location: PBCACC shelter, located at 7100 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Details of Volunteer Activity:

Our minimum age for volunteering at the shelter is 16, but there are also take-home projects (fostering an animal, for example, or doing projects that involve making enrichment items/toys for the animals) that younger kids can earn credit for.

Most of the volunteer roles available in the shelter for kids under 18 are not direct animal handling positions, but they are nonetheless very important in supporting all of our programs. For example, a 16 year old could take on a role like “Foster/Rescue Aide,” where they would work closely with our Foster/Rescue Coordinator to assist her with all the administrative aspects of the Foster and Rescue programs (including helping prepare kitten foster care kits, etc.). They could also take on the role of Greeter/Host, which involves hanging out in the front lobby and welcoming visitors to the shelter, answering basic questions, and directing people to wherever they are trying to go.

There *is* actually one direct animal handling position open to those under 18, but only with cats. Our “Kitty Cuddler” position is open to those 16 and up, and it involves interacting with and socializing cats that are in the shelter’s adoption program waiting for homes. We also are very much in need of in-shelter Enrichment Assistants, who work with our Behavior/Enrichment staff on things like preparing and distributing frozen peanut-butter-stuffed Kong toys to the dogs, etc.

All of these (with the exception of the take-home projects) are ongoing volunteer positions that do require a minimum six-month long commitment (8 hours per month). So students would need to be prepared for that commitment. But as long as they are, we would be very grateful to have them join us!

Website: www.pbcgov.com/animal

Contact Info. to Register/Sign Up: Tammy Roberts at troberts@pbcgov.org


 

New School Year = New Volunteering Opportunities!

Amber’s Animal Outreach is in need of volunteers for their Countdown 2 Zero event on Sept 28th at the South Florida Fairgrounds.
Shift hours are from 9am-1pm, 1pm-5pm, or all day (9am-5pm). Please e-mail ambersanimaloutreach@gmail.com if you are available to help.
Note: The dogs will be there ALL DAY as they are not sent home the day of any event as app approval and home visits is in the adoption process AND volunteers must wear a solid purple color shirt (our own will be available for $15). 

Date of Event/Activity: Monday through Friday
Name of Event/Activity: Front Desk – Answering Phones and greeting clients
Location: The Salvation Army Lake Worth Worship and Service Center
Hours: Two Shifts (8:30am to Noon & 12:00pm to 4:30pm)
Details of Volunteer Activity: Answering phones and greeting clients.
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Stacy Sinkeldam @ 561-365-3530 (Volunteer Services)

Date of Event/Activity: October 5th thru November 16th ~ Every Saturday

Name of Event/Activity: Miracle League Fall Baseball & Cheerleading Season
Location: Miller Park Delray Beach 1905 SW 4th Avenue, Delray Beach FL 33444
Hours: Create your own schedule. Choose 1 game, 2 games or 3 games. Each game is an 1 hour long. Games are @ 1:45pm. 3pm. 4:45pm Every Saturday during season.
Details of Volunteer Activity:  
Being a Buddy is a commitment to a group of highly deserving individuals in an area that many have never had an opportunity to participate in a team sportbefore. It is a commitment to a team, a player and the community that is reaching out to support their needs.
Being a Buddy is also a rewarding experience. By assisting a special needs player, a Buddy will have the opportunity to learn about a special player and help him or her achieve a sense of accomplishment and enjoy baseball or cheerleading. The Buddy system pairs each player with a Buddy to assist them on and off the field.
Buddies must be at least 12 years of age to participate in this program and must complete a brief training program prior to assisting a player.
Buddies duties will vary from full assistance for a player who may have severe mobility problems to offering guidance to players who can walk, run and perform many physical actions. Buddies may also assist players who do not have the mental or retentive ability to follow the rules of the game.
Buddies can be fellow schoolmates, college or high school students, athletes, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts or any individual or group who wishes to volunteer their time to give the child the gift of baseball/cheerleading and a smile that touches us all.
Buddies are expected to attend all of their team’s scheduled games, as well as the above-mentioned training session and a “get-acquainted” session prior to the start of the season. Buddies can share responsibilities with another buddy if they know they will not be able to make all the games. Please see our schedule listing on the website for game dates. (If something comes up and you cannot attend a game, you will be expected to notify your Buddy Leader.)
Buddies will randomly be assigned teams unless otherwise requested (see registration form for more information).
Buddy Leaders will be assigned to each team to coordinate pairing of Buddies with players. In most cases, Buddies will assist the same player throughout the season.
Website: www.MLPBC.com
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Website is to register. For more information, call Julia Kadel @ 561-414-4441

Date of Event/Activity: Ongoing needs
Location: We have volunteer opportunities in office administration, restore/retail, construction and neighborhood revitalization.
Hours: Varies depending on area.
Details of Volunteer Activity:
The first step in our process is to create an account and complete a volunteer application.  In addition for school records, it is recommended that you use the form your school requires and have each supervisor sign off on your completed hours after each shift. The link to the volunteer application can be found here.
After completion of the application, you will have the opportunity to register for any shifts online in any of the following areas:
1. Office Administration:
Please register for our office orientation scheduled for every  Wednesday of the month at 10:00a.m.  Should you want to meet with me before taking the orientation, please call me to schedule an appointment at 561.819.6070 ext. 214.
2. Construction and Neighborhood Revitalization:
On-site orientations occur daily for our Construction & Neighborhood Revitalization programs prior to the beginning of each shift,
3. ReStores:
Orientations for our ReStores occur on Thurs/Sat for our Delray ReStore and Tues/Sat for our Boca Raton ReStore, however, if you cannot make one of those shifts, the stores will accommodate you.  Restore hours are generally from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. 7 days a week, however you can create your own schedule within those hours.
If there are any additional questions or concerns that we may answer, please do not hesitate to reach out! We truly appreciate our volunteers and want the experience to be as valuable to you as you are to us.
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Click here.

Plenty of End of Summer Events Still Available!

Date of Event/Activity: August 3, 2019

Name of Event/Activity: Jupiter Medical Center Loggerhead Triathlon

Location: Carlin Park, 400 Florida A1A

Jupiter, FL US 33477

Hours: 5:30 AM – 11 AM

Details of Volunteer Activity: Volunteers will be able to pick an area they would like to volunteer in. Areas such as helping in Athlete Oasis, Awards Ceremony, Bike course, Body Marking & Water Finish Line, Chip Distribution & Pick up, Course Breakdown, Run Course, Swim Team, Transition Team, Water Stations and Manual Backup Timers.

Websitehttps://www.trisignup.com/Race/Volunteer/FL/Jupiter/LoggerheadTriathlon

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Emily Nichols, Emily@pbnchamber.com


Date of Activity: August 10th
Name of Event: 2nd Chariots On Ice Sled Hockey Clinic
Location: Palm Beach Skate Zone
8125 Lake Worth Road
Lake Worth, Fla 33467
Hours: 2:45 PM sharp (orientation of volunteers and task assignment) to 6 PM
Details of Volunteer Activity: Seeking 15-20 teen volunteers to assist OFF-ICE at a ice rink, helping sled hockey participants getting in and out of hockey safety gear and in and out of sleds. Some participants are disabled.  (Hockey experience a plus but not mandatory). Also need some photography taken of the participants and clinic in process. Must be able to upload and edit photos promptly for website use. It is an ice rink so dress accordingly with closed toe shoes and long pants.
Note: No skating or ice access is permitted during our clinic unless registered with me specifically, in advance, as a pusher/volunteer at expert level. Bring your Community Service sheet to document your service hours.
Contact Info to Register/Questions/or Sign-Up: Valerie at ChariotsOnIceUSA@gmail.com

Date of Event/Activity: Tuesdays-Saturdays

Name of Event/Activity: Food Sorting

Location: 4925 Park Ridge Boulevard, Boynton Beach, FL 33426

Hours: 8:30 am -11:30 am & 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Feeding South Florida is always in need of more volunteers at both our warehouse locations! Feeding South Florida distributes over 50 million pounds of food each year (42 million meals) and our volunteers help us inspect, sort and repackage it for distribution to our direct-service programs and approximately 300 non-profit partnering agencies. Our main warehouse is in Pembroke Park (2501 SW 32 Terrace, FL 33023) and our second warehouse is in Boynton Beach (4925 Park Ridge Boulevard, FL 33426).

The great news is that we have ten volunteer shifts available per week, Tuesday-Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. and can accommodate up to 100 people per shift at the main warehouse and up to 40 at our branch location

Websitewww.feedingsouthflorida.org

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Lorraine Stephens-Leslie (Volunteer Coordinator) / O: 561-331-5441 X 2507

Feeding South Florida requires all volunteers including chaperones to be registered either individually (16 and older) or as a team member (minors or adults). Registering to volunteer as a team is as easy as visiting https://volunteer.feedingsouthflorida.org and creating an individual account as a Team Captain.

1. Go to Login, found at the top right-hand page.

2. Register as a new volunteer.

3. Create your account.

Once your account is created, you can begin to create your team.

4. Go to “My Account”, select “My Teams”

5. Create A New Team as the Team Captain.

6. List your teammates name and their email and or phone number.

7. Once team is completed, go to the calendar, select shift and then select signup with a team, check off the names of the team members who are participating and submit.

All our volunteer shifts are posted under the “Calendar” tab. This is where you can see availability for each shift as well as register your team once your account has been created.

Things to Remember:

The following guidelines are designed to ensure all volunteers have a great (and safe) experience:

> All members of your team must be registered online. If you have problems with the site, please call and I will assist you.

> All volunteers must wear close-toed shoes due to the warehouse setting. Those not wearing close-toed shoes will not be able to volunteer.

> All volunteers must be at least age 12 to volunteer. Volunteers between the ages of 12 and 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian-attached. Volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.     Volunteers age 16 and older can create an individual account and volunteer without an adult.

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your shift. If you arrive after orientation, it is difficult to understand the sort process and your role in it.


Name of Event/Activity: Volunteer with The ALS Association Florida Chapter

Hours: Varies

Details of Volunteer Activity: Do you have a few hours a month to make a huge difference in someone’s life by assisting with cleaning and simply visiting? A special someone living with ALS in Pompano Beach is looking for a volunteer once a week for a few hours, depending on your schedule.

Becoming a Visiting Volunteer with The ALS Association Florida Chapter is a heartwarming experience. We require potential Visiting Volunteers to complete an online training process including two reference checks, a short phone interview, and a background check. Volunteers assist with simple tasks of everyday living and are not allowed to help with medical or personal care, finances, or transportation.

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Becky Ford / bford@alsafl.org / (813) 637-9000 ext. 133


Date of Event/Activity: We are open Monday-Friday 8am-3pm, so anytime during these days and hours is great.

Name of Event/Activity: Merchandising Retail Warehouse

Location: 2635 Old Okeechobee Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33409

Hours: Any from 8am-3pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Sorting, folding, and organizing merchandise, testing small electronics, and assembling small furniture.

Website: https://morningdaycommunitysolutions.org/

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Kasia Maslanka at 954-681-6081 or kasia@morningdaysolutions.org


Date of Event/Activity: The Open Door Breaking Family Cycles WEST PALM BEACH – Tuesday Evenings beginning 8/27

Name of Event/Activity: Childcare Volunteer OR Meal Provider

Location: Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies West Palm Beach

                   901 Northpoint Pkwy, Suite, West Palm Beach, 33407

Hours: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Details of Volunteer Activity: Volunteer in childcare room with babies and toddler OR provide healthy meals for mothers and children (approximately 15 people).

Websitewww.breakingfamilycycles.org

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Jacquie Anderson, (561) 713-0745


Date of Event/Activity: The Open Door Breaking Family Cycles LAKE WORTH – Monday Evenings beginning 8/26

Name of Event/Activity: ChildcareVolunteer

Location: Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Lake Worth 4601 Lake Worth Rd

Hours: 6:30-8:00pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Volunteer in our childcare room with babies and toddlers.

Websitewww.breakingfamilycycles.org

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Allison Overstreet (561) 325-0909


Date of Event/Activity: Thursdays

Name of Event/Activity:  The Open Door, Breaking Family Cycles-  Fathers Program/ Mentors or Meal Providers

Location: Urban Youth Impact building, 2823 N Australian Ave.  between 45th and Palm Beach Lakes Blvd

Hours: 6:30-8:00

Details of Volunteer Activity: Child care, mentor OR meal provider.

Websitewww.breakingfamilycycles.org 

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up:  Lori Durham, 561-704-8111