Volunteer Opportunities

Use the tabs to navigate the many volunteer opportunities available through Lead and Serve. Under the "Community Resources" tab, you are able to search community agencies by specific social issue and by county. Additionally, under the "Date Specific" tab, you are able to review projects that are taking place on a specific day and time. Lastly, we have opportunities that are not date specific, and those are located under "Ongoing Opportunities." If you have an area of interest, you can do a Control+Find and use a keyword to search.

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Agency/Organization Name:  The ALS Association Florida Chapter
Project/Event:  Walk to Defeat ALS
Date:  Saturday morning, Mar. 17
Time for Volunteers:  APPROXIMATE SHIFT TIMES: 6:30 AM ? 8:30 AM Early Set Up: Arrive extra early and assist with unloading supplies, sign building, and setting up tables. May need to lift up to 20 pounds. 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Palm Beach Outlets, 1751 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, #E211, West Palm Beach, FL EVENT TIME: 8:30 AM Check-In, 10:00 AM Walk begins
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Arrive extra early and assist with unloading supplies, sign building, and setting up tables. May need to lift up to 20 pounds. Second Shift Set Up: Place signs, hang banners. Get tents ready by setting up tables and tablecloths. Registration/Check-in: Meet, greet and sign-in participants (walkers). Collect pledges. Greeters/Parking/Monitoring/Cheerleading: Welcome and direct parking and Walkers. Cheer on participants. Staff water station. T-Shirts: Hand out t-shirts to qualified Walkers. Will be informed of qualifications. Memorial Station: Staff tent; assist participants decorating shoe lanyards. Team Tent: Staff tent; help decorate team tent winner; arrange snacks. Kidzone: Face-painting and other children?s activities. Advocacy: Encourage people to sign petitions and become advocates. Could be out mingling and recruiting signatures or behind a table answering questions about the disease. Photography/Videography: Capture those ?Kodak? moments with still photos or videography! Professional or educational background requested. Photos to be uploaded within the week. Tear Down/Clean Up: Help pack up event and load cars/vans; site must be left clean. Lift up to 20 pounds.
Dress Code: Comfortable/Casual
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email):  Becky Ford, 813.255.4540, bford@alsafl.org
Agency Website: alsafl.org
Social Issues: Health
Agency/Organization Name: Palm Beach County Food Bank
Project/Event: Meal Packing Event
Time for Volunteers:  6:30am – 10:30am 8:30am – 11:00am 10:15am – 3:00pm 11:30am – 2:00pm
Location:  Gaines Park, 1501 North Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Packing meals for our hungry neighbors!
Dress Code: Team/School t-shirts encouraged!
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Gerardo Cabrera (561) 670-2518 x309 volunteer@pbcfoodbank.org sign up link: https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/2210067/false#/invitation
 
Agency/Organization Name:  The Women's Breast & Heart Initiative
Project/Event:  Spring 2018 Door-to-Door Outreach
Date:  April 7th, April 14th and April 21st 
Time for Volunteers: 8:30AM-12:30PM
Location:  Pompano Beach and Deerfield Beach (Volunteers will receive meeting address upon finalization of registration)
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): The Women's Breast & Heart Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting at-risk women with the prevention and early detection to beat breast cancer and heart disease. Volunteers are the cornerstone of our mission. WBHI outreach volunteers educate women about the importance of both breast and heart health and schedule appointments for underserved women to participate in our screening and wellness days to receive mammograms and heart screenings right in their own neighborhoods. Volunteers help us to reach at-risk women through our Door-to-Door Outreach campaigns. All outreach events are on Saturdays from 8:30am-12:30pm. Volunteers receive training, a light breakfast, lunch and a WBHI t-shirt. All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and register prior to their selected outreach date.
Dress Code:  Comfortable pants and shoes (we will provide you with a WBHI T-shirt)
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): To ensure you or your organization's participation in this life saving initiative, please contact: Jamie Desrameaux at Jamie@flbreasthealth.com or call (786)-378-2650.
Agency Website:  flbreasthealth.com 
Social Issues: Health 
Agency/Organization Name: Treasure Health
Project/Event:  Camp Good Grief 
Date: April 4th or April 7th, 2018 Volunteer/Camper Meet and Greet: April 12th, 2018 Camp Good Grief: April 20-22nd, 2018
Time for Volunteers: Volunteer orientation: April 4th 6-9pm or April 7th 9am-12pm Volunteer/Camper Meet and Greet: April 12th, 2018 6-8pm Camp Good Grief: Shifts vary based on volunteer position; shifts will be within the following time frames: Friday 1pm-9pm, Saturday 8am-10pm, or Sunday 8am-12pm.
Location: Stuart, Ft. Pierce, and West Palm Beach
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Varies- Can include but not limited to: Camp counselors Camp counselors are trained volunteers who are assigned to a cabin for the weekend. They are required to participate in all activities from Friday-Sunday, as well as our pre-camp meetings including volunteer training and Meet and Greet. Some of your tasks include: • Setting up/decorating cabins • Leading small-group activities in the cabin • Encouraging and assisting campers to bond as a group • Eating meals with campers • Sharing a cabin with campers • Knowing where your campers are at ALL times • Ensuring campers are on time to all scheduled activities • Assisting campers during large-group activities led by staff • Creating a fun, supportive environment for campers Camp peer counselors, ages 14-17 Camp peer counselors are trained volunteers who are assigned to a cabin for the weekend. They are required to participate in all activities from Friday-Sunday, as well as our pre-camp meetings including volunteer training and Meet and Greet. Some of your tasks include: • Setting up/decorating cabins • Assisting with small-group activities in the cabin • Encouraging and assisting campers to bond as a group • Eating meals with campers • Sharing a cabin with campers • Knowing where your campers are at ALL times • Ensuring campers are on time to all scheduled activities • Assisting campers during large-group activities led by staff • Creating a fun, supportive environment for campers Relief camp counselors Relief camp counselors are trained volunteers who attend camp on Saturday to provide support to our campers while camp counselors are on breaks. They are required to participate in our volunteer training and are encouraged to participate in our Meet and Greet. Relief camp counselors can be peer counselors as well. Some of your tasks include: • Allowing camp counselors to go on break • Assisting with small-group activities in the cabin • Encouraging and assisting campers to bond as a group • Eating meals with campers, if applicable • Knowing where your campers are at ALL times • Ensuring campers are on time to all scheduled activities • Assisting campers during large-group activities led by staff • Creating a fun, supportive environment for campers Activities/crafts support Activities/craft support volunteers are trained volunteers who attend camp on Friday and/or Saturday to provide support to Treasure Health staff. They are required to participate in our volunteer training. They can also be utilized in pre-camp needs. Some of your tasks include: • Meet and Greet set up/registration (Thursday, the week before camp) • Packing bins (Monday-Thursday, the week of camp) • Set up of camp (Friday) • Setting up goodie bags in cabins (Friday) • Registration/check-in support staff (Friday) • Set up and clean up of activities (Friday/Saturday) • Snack disbursement (Saturday)
Dress Code: Casual
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Barbara Kirkpatrick or Gabrielle McNally 772-403-4530 griefinfo@treasurehealth.org
Agency Website: www.treasurehealth.org
Social Issues: Children & Youth, Medical/Healthcare, Social Issues/Social Work

 

Agency/Organization Name: City of West Palm Beach Department of Parks and Recreation 
Project/Event: Great American Clean-Up/Comcast Cares Day
Date: Saturday, April 14, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and Sunday, May 20, 6 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: West Palm Beach, FL
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s):  There are a limited number of volunteer opportunities for 16-17 year olds for the Fitkids Triathlon; no one under 16 please. Participants in the races will be ages 4-14 and will be run in 5 age divisions  and M/F divisions. The first race will begin at 7:30 a.m. but volunteers will be served a continental breakfast at 6:00 a.m., followed by preparation of the race course. Volunteers arriving after 6:00 a.m. will need to park outside the park as it will be closed for race preparations.   
The City will provide all tools, supplies, food etc. for both events.  Volunteers just need to register and show up!!
Dress Code: Casual
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email):  Rhonda at 561-804-4906 or Jeslyn Stanislawski at 561-804-4938
Social Issues: Community Development/Environmental

 

Agency/Organization Name: Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce
Project/Event:  PowerPlayer Summit
Date:  April 19, 2018 
Time for Volunteers: 7:30AM
Location:  Lauderhill Performing Arts Center, 3800 Northwest 11th Place, Lauderhill, FL 33311
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s):  Greeting, Check-in and gift bag stuffing
Dress Code:  Black professional attire
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Melissa, 786-728-7867, melissa@mdmarketingnetwork.com
Agency Website:  LauderhillChamber.com
Social Issues: Community Development

 

Agency/Organization Name: Autism Care Center Inc
Project/Event: Kids Carnival Boca Raton
Date: Saturday April 28, 2018
Time for Volunteers: 8 am to 12 pm and/or 12 pm to 5 pm
Location:  Sunset Cove Amphitheater, 20405 Amphitheater Circle, Boca Raton, FL 33498
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s):  To assist with the Carnival Games and activities
Dress Code:  Informal White t-shirt and blue Jeans
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email):  For more information please contact Olga Concha 561-501-9864 or go to the event website www.kidscarnivalbocaraton.org
Agency Website:  www.autismcarecenter.org
Social Issues: Health Awareness, Youth Engagement

 

Agency/Organization Name: Feeding Children Everywhere
Project/Event:  Million Meal Pack Challenge 
Date: April 29, 2018
Time for Volunteers: Shift 1: 6:30 AM - 1:00 PM Shift 1: 6:30 AM - 1:00 PM Shift 1: 6:30 AM - 1:00 PM Shift 2: 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM All Day: 6:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Location: Nova Southeastern University 3301 College Ave Fort Lauderdale , FL 33314
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s):  Get all the fun details here! https://www.feedingchildreneverywhere.com/aarp-support-team/ 
Dress Code: Come comfortable!
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Regine Zara Quinain, 407-927-5344, rquinain@feedingchildreneverywhere.com
Social Issues: Hunger, Poverty Awareness, Health

Agency/Organization Name: Mandel Jewish Community Center
Project/ Event: Varies
Date: Ongoing
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): Tuesday-Thursday; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Can be flexible with the days and times if needed.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): Mandel JCC in Boynton Beach; 8500 Jog Road
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): We have a special needs gentleman who has been coming to JCC to volunteer his time for the last 10 years. He looks forward to his time each week at JCC. Due to his health concerns, the JCC feels best for him to have a 1:1 shadowing him while he is at our facility. The shadow would also become a companion and potentially read him books, teach him card games, etc.
Dress Code: Casual
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Mindi Markovitz; 561-712-5226; mindiM@jcconline.com
Agency Website: www.jcconline.com


Agency/Organization Name: Gateway Community Outreach
Project/ Event: Re-vamp Access Database 
Date: Ongoing
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): Monday-Friday; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): 291 S.E. 1st Terrace Deerfield Beach, Fl 33441
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Our Microsoft Access Database is outdated. We need help in splitting the database, creating multiple users so that several of our volunteers can access the system at the same time. Also we would like to limit access to the data to prevent corruption and create a few reports to provide our grantors with numbers to receive or renew our grants.
Dress Code: Business Casual
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Denise Chavez; 954-725-8434
Agency Website: www.GCOFlorida.org


Agency/Organization Name: Autism Care Center, Inc.
Project/ Event: Summer Day Camp/Resource Fairs
Date: Summer 2017 (starting 4/15)
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): N/A
Location (including where volunteers check-in): N/A
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): N/A
Dress Code: N/A
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Olga Concha; 561-929-3463; olgaconcha@autismcarecenter.org
Agency Website: www.autismcarecaenter.org


Agency/Organization Name: Build Abroad
Project/ Event: Varies
Date: Ongoing
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): One week to six months available
Location (including where volunteers check-in): Costa Rica, Guatemala, Haiti, Nepal, Peru and Thailand
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Build Abroad is a leader in construction volunteering trips, offering programs working on housing, schools, and disaster relief. Build Abroad feels that construction volunteering is the best way to give back to a community because it provides a lasting physical impact. Currently, Build Abroad has ongoing programs in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Haiti, Nepal, Peru, and Thailand and continue to add locations every year. You can volunteer with Build Abroad almost any week of the year and trips leave plenty of free time to explore nearby destinations such as volcanoes, rainforests, historic sites and beaches!
Dress Code: Dependent on country. Please visit https://buildabroad.org for more information.
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Patrick McLoughlin, +1 (802) 266-0155, pat@buildabroad.org 
Agency Website: https://buildabroad.org

 


Agency/Organization Name: Boca Raton Police Department
Project/ Event: Fingerprinting for the public
Date: ongoing
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or 12 p.m.-3 p.m.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): Town Center Mall, 6000 W. Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Orientation required.
Dress Code: Uniform issued (polo shirt) and black pants
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Mary Ann OBrien, mobrien@myboca.us
Agency Website: www.myboca.us/365/Volunteer-Program


Agency Name: CROS Ministries
Project/Event: Fill Pantry Orders
Date: Monday and Wednesday
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): 3 - 6 p.m.
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Fill orders from our pantries. The food order is pulled from pallets in the warehouse and loaded onto another pallet so it can be shrink wrapped and transported in our box truck. Must be able to lift heavy loads (30 to 65 pounds)
Dress Code: Casual
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Keith Cutshall. 561-233-9009 ext 114,kcutschall@crosministries.org
Agency website: crosministiries.org


Agency/Organization Name: Grand Villa West-Senior Living Community
Project/ Event: Varies
Date: On-going
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): 5859 Heritage Park Way Delray Beach, FL 33484
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): The senior residents would love for FAU students to volunteer in social activities such as: Current events, discussions, games, one on one chats, arts and crafts and walking groups. Any day Monday- Friday during 9:30am- 4:00pm.
Dress Code: Casual
Contact to Volunteer: Sylvia Wright, 561-499-7744, act.dbw@grandvillasenior.net
Agency Website: www.grandvilladelray-west.com


Agency/Organization Name: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward
Project: Volunteer Mentors
Date: On-going, Year Round
Time for Volunteers: We ask volunteer mentors to commit to mentoring one youth for a minimum of 12 months, meeting 4 - 5 hours a month. This is typically every other Saturday (or a day that fits your schedule) for 2-3 hours. Location: Deerfield Beach Area
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Volunteer Mentors are interviewed and screened by our professional staff and paired with one youth to mentor for 12 months. The volunteer mentor gets to spend time with their "Little" out in the community enjoying all types of activities together. Mentor match can go to the beach, go to the park, see movies, go to the library, visit the FAU campus, work out together. The possibilities are endless!! Each mentor is paired with a youth who they have similar interests and the mentor can help encourage the youth to do better in school, be positive at home and avoid peer pressure simply by being active in their lives.
Dress Code: Comfortable
Contact to Volunteer: Debbie Ramsay, 954-584-9990 x 234
Agency Website: bbbsbroward.org


Agency/Organization: YMCA of South Palm Beach County
Project: Tutor Volunteer
Date: On-going opportunity
Location: Peter Blum YMCA
Time: Flexible
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Volunteers will tutor students in Mathematics and English throughout the summer. Students will range from 5th grade to 9th grade. Volunteers are requested to commit to 30 to 45 minutes twice a week. Dress Code: Casual
Contact to Volunteer: Trina Chin Cheong, 561-237-0962


Agency/Organization Name: Boca Helping Hands
Project/ Event: Afternoon Pantry Bag Registration
Date: Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): 2 - 4 p.m.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): Resource Center
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Register clients and distribute pantry food bags.
Dress Code: Casual. No torn jeans, tank tops or open toed shoes please.
Contact to Volunteer: Kelly Altus, 561-417-0913, Kelly@bocahelpinghands.org
Agency Website: bocahelpinghands.org


Agency/Organization Name: Saint Vincent DePaul Thrift Shop
Project/ Event: Thrift store assistance
Date: Ongoing (Monday-Saturday)
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): Any three hour block from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): 250 West Indian Town Road, Jupiter Fl 33458
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Store functions: receiving, assisting customers, tagging clothing and fashion merchandising
Dress Code: No shorts or crop tops
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Donna Bryan
Agency Website: www.svdp-palmbeach.org


Agency/Organization Name: Love Serving Autism
Project/ Event: Palm Beach School for Autism Tennis Program 
Date: Ongoing (every Tuesday)
Time for Volunteers (list shifts if applicable): 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
Location (including where volunteers check-in): Palm Beach School for Autism
Description of Volunteer Assignment(s): Assist the students in tennis drills and games
Dress Code: Tennis clothes
Contact to Volunteer (name, phone, and/or email): Lisa Pugliese; 561-351-6392; lisa@loveservingautism.org
Agency Website: www.loveservingautism.org 

 

Agency/Organization Name: Coastal Community Church
Project Event: Coastal Kids
Date: This is an ongoing opportunity, every Sunday morning of the year.
Time for Volunteers: Shift #1 option: 8:30-10:15 am Shift #2 option: 10:30 - 12:15 pm
Location: 5050 Wiles Road, Coconut Creek, FL 33073 (Check in at main entrance.)
Description of Volunteer: Coastal Kids is the name of our children's program, serving ages birth through sixth grade, at Coastal Community Church. Each week, there are multiple volunteer opportunities working with our three age groups: 1. Ages 0-2, 2. Ages 3-5, and 3. Ages 6-12. There are activity centers provided for each age group, tailored to meet the needs of all seven styles of learning: visual, aural, verbal, solitary, social, logical, and physical. Volunteers will aide children as they rotate from one center to another on Sunday mornings. 
Dress Code: We want volunteers to be comfortable. T-shirts and jeans, and comfortable shoes are acceptable. 
Contact to Volunteer: Rachel Stauffer, Children's Director (954) 643-5766 rachel@coastalcommunity.tv
Agency Website: www.coastalcommunity.tv

 

Name of Requestor: Cathy Cappillino
Email: info@evergladesangels.org
Phone: 800-511-3647
Fax: 954-781-4014
Agency/Organization Name: Everglades Angels Dog Rescue
Project Event: Grant Writing/Volunteering
Date: Ongoing 
Time for Volunteers: Daily 
Location: 
Description of Volunteer: Looking for volunteers who can assist with applying for grants for a 501c3 organization. Non Profit - Dog Rescue Charity
Dress Code: Casual 
Contact to Volunteer: 800-511-3647 x 7 
Agency Website: www.EvergladesAngelsDogRescue.org

 

Name of Requestor: Chris Dorney
Email: chris.dorney@lifespacecommunities.com
Phone: 561-454-5253
Agency/Organization Name: Abbey Delray South
Project Event: Teaching electronic usage
Date: Ongoing 
Time for Volunteers: 7:30pm 
Location: Abbey Delray South: 1717 Homewood Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33445 
Description of Volunteer: Our community is looking for a person to lead a one hour lecture/ power point, on cell phones, MS Office, the internet, printing, tablet use, etc. We are a 65 and older community looking to educate our residents on the use of these applications.
Dress Code: Casual 
Contact to Volunteer: 561-454-5253

Name of Requestor: Russell Eckert
Email: yacenter20@gmail.com
Phone: 561-883-9325
Agency/Organization Name: Youth Activity Center
Project Event: Help a Child in Need
Date: August 1, 2017 - December 1, 2017 
Time for Volunteers: Shifts are flexible between the hours of 12-6 Mon-Sat
Location: Abbey Delray South: 1717 Homewood Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33445 
Description of Volunteer: Assist school-age children (5-12) with assignments, music, art, reading, sports, computers, yoga, and other activities; develop and manage digital content; develop marketing materials; assist with events.
Dress Code: Casual; closed shoes 
Contact to Volunteer: Russell Eckert, 561-883-9325, yacenter20@gmail.com

 

Name of Requestor: Leigh Andrew
Email: volunteer@orangebowl.org
Phone: 954-805-8536
Agency/Organization Name: Orange Bowl Committee
Project Event: Ambassador Program
Date: Sunday, November 12th, time: all day- Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliances Cheer Championships, presented by MetroPCS Monday, December 4th- Sunday, December 10th, time: all day- Metropilia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships Saturday, December 16th, time: TBD- MetroPCS Orange Bowl Basketball Classic Monday, December 25th- Friday, December 29th, time: all day- Orange Bowl Sailing Regatta Series BOWL WEEK EVENTS- more details to come on our website. The Capital One Orange Bowl is taking place Saturday, December 30 at 8:30 PM-- volunteer opportunities all day Saturday.
Time for Volunteers: 
Location:  
Description of Volunteer: Bowl Week: helping staff welcome centers at the local airports and hotels, assisting the marketing staff with promotions, or even working many of the special events, including the MetroPCS Orange Bowl Basketball Classic and the 2016 Capital One Orange Bowl, our volunteer assistance is crucial in creating a series of sports and entertainment events the whole family can enjoy! Non Bowl Week: work registration, greet participants, help with set up/break down, be OBIE the mascot, help where help is needed throughout the event. 
Dress Code:  Ambassador t-shirt (given to you on event day) , appropriate length khaki shorts or pants, and sneakers
Contact to Volunteer: Leigh Andrew 954-341-4748  landrew@orangebowl.org

 

Name of Requestor: Karen Pelski
Email: kpelski@ymcaspbc.org
Phone: 561-237-0962
Agency/Organization Name: Peter Blum Family YMCA
Project Event: Halloween at the Y Haunted House/Haunted Hayride Event: Halloween at the Y is a free event for families in the community, offering a safe environment to celebrate Halloween.
Date: October 21st
Time for Volunteers: Planning and Implementing Haunted House and Haunted Hayride will depend upon the group. Actual Halloween at the Y Event is October 21 from 6pm-9:30pm
Location:  6631 Palmetto Circle South Boca Raton, FL 33433
Description of Volunteer: We are looking for a club, sorority/fraternity or group to plan, build and be characters in our Haunted House and Haunted Hayride. We will provide the materials needed. A few conference calls or meetings would be needed for planning purposes. The event is so much fun and a great way to get service hours.
Dress Code:  TBD, halloween costumes.
Contact to Volunteer: Karen Pelski 561-237-0962  kpelski@ymcaspbc.org  Patty Costopoulos 561-237-0967  pcostopoulos@ymcaspbc.org

 

Name of Requestor: Niki Gottesman
Email: n.gottesman@peggyadams.org
Phone: 561-797-8143
Agency/Organization Name: Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Project Event: Year Round Assistance Needed
Date: Every day PetSupermarket Pet Store hours 9am - 9pm Monday - Saturday 10am - 7pm Sundays
Time for Volunteers: Every day PetSupermarket Pet Store hours 9am - 9pm Monday - Saturday 10am - 7pm Sundays 
Location:  1966 N Federal Hwy - 9798 Glades Rd - 5030 Champion Blvd
Description of Volunteer: Check on the cats, clean the cage if needed, make sure cats have food and water, talk to customers and answer questions about Peggy Adams
Dress Code:  Volunteer Shirt own pants
Contact to Volunteer: Niki Gottesman 561-797-8143 or  n.gottesman@peggyadams.org

 

Name of Requestor: Kellie Drexl
Email:  volunteer@kidsafefoundation.org
Phone: 954-621-8644
Agency/Organization Name: KidSafe Foundation
Project Event: Book delivery to Palm Beach County elementary schools
Date: Each volunteer will receive a designated date and time to deliver the books to one or more schools (dates/times may be flexible)
Time for Volunteers: TBD (most likely in the 8AM-2PM time frame)
Location: Palm Beach County elementary schools (specific location/s TBD)
Description of Volunteer: Volunteers will make arrangements to retrieve books from myself and/or the KidSafe Foundation office in East Boca. Thereafter they will deliver the books to Palm Beach County elementary schools. This is also a great way to build a volunteer relationship with our nonprofit organization! We are always looking for volunteers to help in many ways throughout the year.
Dress Code: School appropriate, nothing specific
Contact to Volunteer: Kellie Drexl,  volunteer@kidsafefoundation.org
Agency Website: kidsafefoundation.org

 

Name of Requestor: Nubia Ortega
Email: nubiaortega@unitedwaypbc.org
Phone: 561-375-6618
Agency/Organization Name: United Way of Palm Beach County
Project Event: VITA Tax Preparation (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance)
Ongoing opportunities throughout tax season (January through April)
Time for Volunteers: A commitment of 4 hours per week. 
Location: There are 16 VITA locations throughout Palm Beach County, for more information on locations visit: www.taxesfiledfree.org 
Description of Volunteer: Volunteers are needed to assist low-income people and their families in tax preparation.
Dress Code: Business casual
Contact to Volunteer: Nubia Ortega
Agency Website:www.taxesfiledfree.org

 

Name of Requestor: Shaena Fray
Email: shaena@propelyourfuture.org
Phone: 239-357-2885
Agency/Organization Name: PROPEL Inc.
Project Event: After school Tutors/Mentors
Date: Every Monday-Thursday
Time for Volunteers: There are a variety of shifts available: October Tutoring/ October Serving/ November Tutoring/ November Serving
Location: 2500 NW 5th Ave Boca Raton, FL 33431
Description of Volunteer: The max for this position is 4 volunteers per day. You will be in the rooms with students, assisting the tutors. Please make sure you have already submitted a volunteer form before arrival. If not, visit our website, propelyourfuture.org, for a copy of our volunteer application. Servers: The max for this position is 3 volunteers per day. You will assist in food setup, serving to the students, and clean up. Please make sure you have already submitted a volunteer form before arrival. If not, visit our website, propelyourfuture.org, for a copy of our volunteer application.
Dress Code:
Contact to Volunteer: Shaena Fray 561-955-8553  shaena@propelyourfuture.org
Agency Website: propelyourfuture.org

 

Name of Requestor: Benjamin Leis
Email: ben@comiccure.com
Phone: 786-564-2291
Agency/Organization Name: Comic Cure
Project Event: Comic Cure's Mizner Park Comedy Club
Dates: Saturdays; December 23, January 13, February 10, March 17, April 21, 2018 
Time for Volunteers: Evenings (6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.)
Location: The Mizner Park Comedy Club is located inside the Mizner Park Cultural Center at 201 Plaza Real (next door to Yard House)
Description of Volunteer Opportunity: Comic Cure’s Mizner Park Comedy Club is looking for volunteers to assist with it’s monthly events benefiting local non-profit organizations. Responsibilities include room set-up and breakdown, guest check-in, comedian check-in, ushering, photography (camera provided), and data collection.
Contact: Ben Leis (ben@comiccure.com) or 786-564-2291

 

Name of Requestor: Simara Schneider
Email: sschneider@artismgmt.com
Phone: 561-989-9945
Agency/Organization Name: Artis Senior Living in Boca Raton (Memory Care)
Project Event: Ongoing opportunities
Date: Ongoing opportunities
Time for Volunteers: Day and Evening Opportunities
Location: 5910 N. Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33487
Description of Volunteer Opportunity: Assist residents with programs and activities at our beautiful community! Prior to volunteering, the following will need to be completed:

  • An emergency contact sheet
  • Criminal background check (for volunteers over the age of 18)
  • Health statement (verifying that the volunteer is free of communicable diseases)
  • Confidentiality statement and volunteer release
  • Participation in an Orientation

Dress Code: Business casual
Contact to Volunteer: Simara Schneider 561-989-9945  sschneider@artismgmt.com
Agency Website: http://www.artisseniorliving.com/

 

Name of Requestor: Merline Kercius
Email: merline.kercius@flhealth.gov
Phone: 561-274-3122
Agency/Organization Name: FL Department of Health
Project Event: Volunteer
Date:
Time for Volunteers: Tuesday/Thursday: 8:30-3pm Tuesday: 8:30-3pm Thursday: 8:30-3pm
Location: 1250 Southwinds Dr. Lantana, FL 33462
Description of Volunteer Opportunity: We need someone to act as a receptionist, your role will be to greet clients, take the proper documentation and provide them with what they've come for. You will be trained on what documents you will need to attain from the clients of the Health Department.
Dress Code: Business Casual
Contact to Volunteer:
Agency Website: http://palmbeach.floridahealth.gov/about-us/volunteer-healthcare-program.html
 Last Modified 4/5/18