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Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon: Visit homebound patients, assist hospital patients and visitors, lead group crafts and games, or provide plant care. Short distance, flexible schedule, daytime hours. American Precision Museum in Windsor: Docents needed to lead programs about the innovation and evolution of machines and machine tools that shape the modern world.
Training provided. Scott Davison, education director, sdavison americanprecision. Work with people affected by home fires and floods in the region by supporting emergency personnel, staff shelters and other activities. American Red Cross Blood Donor Ambassadors: Volunteers needed to greet, register, and help rehydrate donors at blood drives in the Upper Valley during one five-hour shift per month. Arts Bus: Help with special events, including putting up flyers, baking, setup, cleanup, and during the events themselves.
Volunteers are also needed to help occasionally with mailings. No art experience required; training provided when necessary. sheryl avagallery. Bayada Hospice in Norwich: Visit patients in their homes, assisted living facilities or nursing homes.
Duties may include reading, letter writing or preparing light meals. Hours are flexible. Boy Scouts of America: Assist local units or help organize a scouting chapter in the area.
Must pass background check. Ages 14 and up. Uppervalley Buddyuptennis. Volunteers are also needed to serve as wait staff in the dining room and to pick up bread from area grocery stores.
Center for the Arts in New London: Assist with graphic de for newsletters and advertisements; website and updates; sponsorship development and support; grant writing; general programming and office help. Mileage available.
City Center Ballet in Lebanon: Assist with events or marketing. Volunteers with basic sewing skills assist with costuming. Claremont Parks and Recreation: Coordinators, scorekeepers, instructors and coaches for high school and middle school basketball.
Classicopia: Assist at concerts for a nonprofit chamber music organization. Volunteers needed on a regular or substitute basis. Flexible schedules available. Contact Karen Lester.
Drivers must be 21 or older and have been a d driver for at least one year. Mileage reimbursement available.
Connecticut River Local Advisory Committee: Representatives from Upper Valley towns assist in developing river management plans and help educate the public on the stewardship of the river. Meets every two months in Thetford. Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire: Guardians ad litem advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children approximately eight to 10 hours per month, including visits with children and court appearances.
Court Street Arts in Haverhill: Help with live performances in Alumni Hall, including setting up, taking tickets and clearing tables. No experience necessary. Professional leadership, tools and safety gear provided. D Acres in Dorchester: Work in the gardens and assist with food preservation from early spring through late fall.
Assistance also needed with office work, graphic de and advertising. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Variety of opportunities in many departments that can include interacting with patients. Flexible opportunities and schedules. Visit dartmouth-hitchcock. Empower UP! Windsor Central Mentoring Program: Mentor youth ages one-two hours per week in school-based program in the Reading, Killington, Barnard, and Woodstock areas. Enfield Shaker Museum: Opportunities range from building maintenance to program development, curatorial duties to assisting in the gift shop. Enfield Village Association: Assist with community events or help in the office.
Flexible hours. Evergreen Singers: Soprano, alto, tenor and bass singers wanted to hospice singing group, which sings to people who are dying and to their caregivers. Rehearsals take place in Norwich. Everybody Wins!
Mentoring program matches adult readers with children in six elementary schools. Readers meet for one lunch hour each week.
Fort at No. Friends of Veterans: Assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Opportunities range from casework management to office work.
Flexible schedules. Gifford Medical Center in Randolph: Help with weekend morning coffee hours at the nursing home, run the register in the cafeteria, deliver patient meals, greet visitors or work in the gift shop.
Call Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains-Four Rivers Community: Training provided for adults willing to be leaders, run workshops, train adults, manage product sales and more. Good Beginnings of Central Vermont: Support new parents as they recover from birth and navigate feeding, siblings, sleep deprivation, and more.
Contact Lauriana Capone at ana goodbeginningscentralvt. Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley: Provide weekly in-home visits to a family with a baby for a period of three months.
Volunteers are matched with a family in their community and training is provided. Flexible schedule. Shared schedule with other volunteers aged 55 and older.
Good Neighbor Health Clinic in White River Junction: Greet patients, answer calls, organize records and assist with patient education during daytime or evening hours. Physicians, nurses, nutritionists and physical therapists see patients three hours per month. Granite United Way: Nonprofit helps people find volunteer opportunities across the region.
Prepare, serve and clean up after meals at the center, 11 a. Greater Sullivan County Medical Reserve Corps: Medical and nonmedical volunteers needed for emergencies and community support activities.
guvtupres gmail. Hanover Lions Club: Volunteers needed on a periodic basis to help with service projects and events such as food drives and community meals.
Contact Star Johnson at or star biggreenre. Hanover Terrace: Assist with coffee hours, outings and bingo, share a musical talent or hobbies with senior citizens. Junior volunteer opportunities include nail salon, crafting and ice cream sundae making. Contact Keri-Ann Coutu atext. Hartford Community Restorative Justice Center: Serve on a reparative panel or mentor offenders re-entering the community.
The center provides programs to repair the harm caused by crime and conflict in the community. mmclafferty hartfordjusticecenter. Hartford Dismas House: Cook and share a weeknight dinner with residents at a transitional home reconciling former prisoners and society.
jeff dismasofvermont. Hartford Garden Friends: Tend the public gardens for a few hours a month. Hartford Historical Society: Assistance needed in all aspects of maintaining documents and artifacts at the Garipay House museum and collecting local histories.
Hartford Recycling Center: Assist customers, answer questions and keep the area tidy. Health Access for Americans: Volunteers needed to help with fundraising efforts on behalf of the Dartmouth College club with the mission of helping low-income individuals in the Upper Valley pay for medical care.
Historic Windsor Inc. Historic Homes of Runnemede in Windsor: Spend time with seniors. Volunteers receive training, supplementary liability insurance and mileage reimbursement, and income eligible volunteers receive a non-taxable stipend. Kearsarge Area Preschool in Bradford, N. Contact Kim Morgan at or bery gmail.
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