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American Cancer Society - Riverside Building Volunteer Capacity Team
This group of volunteer “Connectors” assists with the placement of new volunteers. This includes providing information on upcoming “New Volunteer Orientations” and connecting the new volunteer to the appropriate program or activity based on the skills and interest.
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American Cancer Society - Riverside Call Back Volunteer
Providing Up-to-date- cancer information. Locally, community resource volunteers are trained to call back people who have contacted us through our 800#. By doing so, they establish relationships and follow up to see if we can help with any additional services or needs, (Additional Patient Program Training is required.)
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American Cancer Society - Riverside Discovery Shop Volunteer
Volunteers needed to help our local Discovery Shops to pave the way to a cancer-free tomorrow. Volunteers are needed for sales, in the backroom, and as cashiers. It’s more than just a shop – it’s a unique quality resale experience! Locations – Redlands and Upland areas. (Please contact: Patricia Rupert for additional information)
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American Cancer Society - Riverside Look Good Feel Better Volunteer
In partnership with locally trained, licensed volunteer cosmetologist and estheticians, we teach woman to cope with skin changes and hair loss using cosmetic and skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry. (Additional Patient Program Training is Required.)
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American Cancer Society - Riverside Man to Man Volunteer
Man to Man offers a one-on-one visitation program for newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients as well as support through self-help groups. Volunteer are specially trained to visit men during their continuum of prostate cancer treatment. (Additional Program Training is required.)
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American Cancer Society - Riverside Road to Recovery
Coordinators along with a core of volunteer drivers are needed to provide transportation to cancer patients to their treatments. (Additional Patient Program Training is required.)
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American Red Cross (Southern California Blood Services Region) Blood Drive Assistant

 

American Red Cross Volunteers are an essential part of our proud tradition and service to the community. Volunteers make a meaningful contribution to the American Red Cross Blood Services every single day. Come and volunteer for blood drives in your community!

As a Blood Drive Assistant, you can give back to the community - and have fun! You will perform a critical role, assisting the blood drive operation by hosting the registration or refreshment table.

· Minimum age: 16 years old

· Volunteer opportunities are typically available 7 days a week.

· Each month we will provide you with a calendar of all the Blood Drives in your local area. Choose any that you would want to attend, and we will schedule you as a Blood Drive Assistant hosting the Registration or Refreshment Tables.

· We have fixed Blood Drive locations at our donor centers, as well as Business, Church and Synagogue, Amusement Parks and Shopping Centers that host Blood Drives in your community.

Orientation

· New volunteer orientations are held often.

· Registration Assistants greet donors to the Blood Drive and provide them with the required pre-donation reading material while working with the appointment schedule.

· Refreshment Table Assistants provide refreshments and monitor our generous guests after they have donated blood.

Red Cross Blood Drive Volunteers never handle blood or needles - we are there to thank the donor and help our nursing staff at the Blood Drives.

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Animal Samaritans SPCA Animal Lover & Volunteer
Animal lover needed to assist in shelter with foster care, animal assisted therapy and other. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Beaumont Library District Literacy Tutor Volunteer
Help an adult learn to read and writer more proficiently. Minimum Age is 18 yrs old. Have compassion to help others. On-going need for volunteers. Possible 6 month commitment or 50 hours. Website: www.bld.lib.ca.us Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Southwest County Program Assistant
Assist with club activities, club maintenance, light clerical duties Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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C.A.S.A of San Berardino County Volunteer Opportunities - Court Appointed Special Advocates
C.A.S.A. of San Bernardino County is committed to improving the quality of life for children and youth in foster care, and in preparing them for adulthood by providing advocacy in juvenile court through trained volunteers. Our need for CASA and Educational Advocate Volunteers has never been greater. A CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) or Educational Advocate Volunteer can be someone like you - a caring adult, willing to devote some time and energy to learn how to become an advocate and to then look out for the best interests of an abused or neglected child. The advocate is often the one adult who is a consistent presence in the life of these children. We fully train and supervise all volunteers. There are many children in San Bernardino County who need a voice. Won?t you lend them yours? Be the Difference - Volunteer! To obtain more information on our programs, contact C.A.S.A. of San Bernardino County at (909)881-6760. You can also visit our website at www.casaofsb.org.
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Cal Citrus State Historic Park Volunteer Opportunities - Information Clerk
Museum seeks volunteer for information desk workers to provide information about the impact of of the citrus industry in California in the early 1900's. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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California Highway Patrol (CHP) Clerical Volunteers
Volunteers needed for basic office duties including some computer knowledge. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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California Riverside Ballet Special Events Volunteers
Volunteer needs vary from month to month, from production to production. Help with ticket sales, concessions, clerical & general office. Call Kimberly for qualifications & more info, specific dates of events. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Center Against Sexual Assault (CASA) Counseling Aide
Helping out with man crisis line and offering support in preventive education, advocate at hospitals, police stations, courts, and speakers. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Chapman Hospice Companionship - Volunteers Needed

We are in need of Volunteers to provide companionship to our patients and families in need. Come and spend some time with our patients who do not have many visitors or our families who need some relief from the stresses of caring for their loved ones. Help provide emotional and spiritual support to our patients and families.

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Coachella Valley Rescue Mission Cook/Server
Volunteers needed to work in the kitchen, to serve meals and cook. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Evening
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Community Action Partnership of Riverside County County Volunteer Tax Preparer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 30, 2013

PLEASE CONTACT: KAREEM GONGORA

(951) 955-4900

 

 

COUNTY TAX PREPARATION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED NOW

 

Community Action Partnership of Riverside County (CAP Riverside) is seeking volunteers to become IRS trained and certified in order to support the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program this upcoming tax season. There are no prior requirements needed.  IRS certified volunteers prepare basic income tax returns for qualified taxpayers in local communities throughout Riverside County. They also help to secure as well as increase awareness of special tax credits such as Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Child Tax Credit, and Credit for the Elderly or Disabled.  Once certified, volunteers become IRS Tax Preparers that prepare income tax returns at no cost for taxpaying families who make $51,000 or less.

 

CAP Riverside tax preparers help put extra money into the pockets of local qualifying taxpayers. In the last year alone, there were over $76.6 million unclaimed EITC dollars within Riverside County. Certified tax preparers can help a low-to-moderate income family submit a tax return for an average return of $1,832. Training begins in October, and tax preparation starts at the end of January and concludes in mid-April.

 

Tax preparers are assigned to various sites throughout Riverside County. Volunteers are needed from all parts of the county. CAP Riverside tax preparers commit to serving a minimum of 25 hours throughout the tax season.  Volunteers who complete the program receive a letter of recommendation, certificates, as well as the opportunity to earn the Presidential Service Volunteer Award.

 

The County of Riverside requires all volunteers to be live-scanned.  For more information or to apply as a VITA volunteer, apply online at www.capriverside.org or call (800) 511-1110 or (951) 955-4900

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CREST REACT Communications Information Clerk
Volunteer needed to provide information for community events. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Desert AIDS Project Thrift Store Volunteers
Volunteer opportunities for energetic, committed volunteers working in a retail environment. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Edward-Dean Museum Tour Guides
Volunteers needed for tour guides and school tour guides. Helping in the art room. Also other various duties available. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Fox Riverside Theater Foundation Special Events and Community Outreach Volunteers
Volunteers are needed to help with special events such as Family Fun Day (on the first Sunday of the month) and other family or educational events. All volunteers for special events need to be 14 years old or older.
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Fox Riverside Theater Foundation Tower Room Host/Hostess

Volunteers are needed to help set up and direct guests to VIP receptions at the Fox Performing Arts Center. All volunteers must be 21 years old or older.

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Guide Dogs of the Desert Puppy Raiser
Puppy Raisers take one of our puppies into their home at 8 or 10 weeks of age, and love them, and socialize them, and by attending classes teach them basic obedience. Then, at 18 months of age, the puppies are returned to the school to be formally trained by our licensed instructors to be a guide dog. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Heartland Home Health and Hospice Hospice Volunteers needed     1Unscheduled  0All shifts available
Heartland Home Health Care & Hospice Hospice Volunteer
Volunteers offer support, companionship and practical, caring help to hospice patients and their families. You may want to suggest talents you would like to share. Whether it's running errands, staying with the patient so family members can take a break, reading to patients, or holding their hand. As a Heartland Hospice volunteer, you can donate as much or as little of your time as you desire. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Help Now Office Assistant
General office support, typing, phones, filing. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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HELPline HELPline Crisis Counselor
Counselors provide suicide/crisis intervention and prevention crisis counseling by focusing on caller's feelings and providing temporary stabilization through problem solving and/or supplying appropriate community referrals where appropriate. Counselors must complete a 58 hour mandatory training. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Institute For Black Parenting Tutors Needed
Tutoring children & students from K-12. Possible home tutoring. On-going need for tutors. Minimum age for volunteers is 18 yrs. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr : Evening
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International Humanity Foundation Direct an Orphanage in Thailand
"The International Humanity Foundation is looking for directors to manage our orphanage in Chiang Rai, Thailand, and be friends and teachers to our children. By bringing together disadvantaged children of Thailand and volunteers from across the world, there is a learning opportunity for both. As both sides discover more about each other, their lives and their cultures and go on to teach their own friends what they learned in this exchange, we hope to create a world of greater understanding and compassion. Our Thailand centre works especially with the hill tribes, the indigenous people who live in the tumultuous borderlands between Thailand, Myanmar (Burma) and Laos and as far as China and Vietnam. The hill tribes in northern Thailand face many challenges, and it is part of our mission to arm our children with the skills, attitudes and knowledge that they will need to have equal opportunities in their future like other Thai citizens. The children at our centre are from the Lahu and Akha tribes. Work - IHF needs people with all skills. No matter your experience, whether a student or retired professional, IHF needs you. At the centre, volunteers divide their time between playing with and teaching the children and working on international tasks. The centre host English, computer and math classes, and the children often seek tutoring for their homework, all tasks which volunteers take part in. All directors lead on one or more of our international task teams such as university relations, photography and child watch. To qualify to work at a centre, volunteers must complete eight hours of work on one of the teams, and they continue to participate on the team once at the centre. In the rare case where you lack the ability to complete these hours but possess certain trade skills in agriculture, construction or others needed at one of our centres, you may be exempt from these pre-trip hours. If this is the case, be sure to immediately get in contact with the centre director to discuss your situation and possible alternative tasks. It is important to note that IHF strictly requires its directors to work eight hours a day (four hours at the center and four hours online), six days a week. If this work is not completed, you will be dismissed from your position. As an entirely volunteer-run organization, IHF depends upon its members to contribute to the day-to-day operations, both locally and internationally. Without these daily hours, IHF would cease to function, so directors must be deliberate in their use of time. This is not a vacation. Directors are expected to work hard. Cost: Except for the initial transport to the center, directors are not responsible for any costs. Salary / Pay: Directors must commit to serve at least a year at the center. For the first three months, they are paid a living stipend of USD $120. At the end of this training period, the monthly stipend increases to USD $160. Directors are expected to work eight hours a day, six days a week, and have one long weekend every month. Admittedly, this is little pay for demanding work, but IHF is only looking for those who genuinely want to help children and who seek no financial benefit for themselves. This low stipend also assures that the greatest amount of money goes toward the children, the most important part of IHF. Please visit www.ihfonline.org or send us an email at hiring2@ihfonline.org if you want to learn more or have questions about volunteering with IHF. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening"
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Jurupa Area Recreation & Parks Multiple Volunteer Positions
"Need Maintenance volunteers, Special Event volunteers, and Sports League volunteers for youth basketball program. Could be assigned to another job site. Call Zina for information. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening"
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Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District Spooktacular

October 21-27 @

the Jurupa Community Center

 

 Construction begins on October 21. Haunted House opens on October 27th and  October 28th.

 Individuals and groups wanted to help construct, paint and decorate the Haunted House beginning October 21st through October 26th

 Individuals and groups wanted to “Haunt” the maze and rooms of the Haunted House on October 27th and 28th. Be a Ghoul or Goblin.

Judges wanted to help with costume contests on October 27th & 28th.

 Individuals and /or groups wanted to run game booths on October 27th and 28th.

Donations of plywood, 2x 4s, 2x 2s, Paint, nuts, bolts, washers, nails, screws, and Halloween props also accept        

 

Your Reward!

 

 You Can Make a difference in our community

 

 

 

       

 

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Long Term Care Ombudsman Senior Center Assistant
Providing regular visitation to residents in long term care facilities and to provide investigation and resolution of complaints made by or on the behalf of the residents of such facilities. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Magnolia Rehab & Nursing Center Companionship Volunteer
Be a companion & friend to the senior citizen population! Visit patients, read, take patients for walks, offer support & comfort, assist with combing hair & washing hair, assist with activities, go to the store, assist with birthday parties, etc. For more information, please call Amel Boucher at 951-688-4321.
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Make A Wish Foundation, Inland Empire - Tustin All Volunteers
Multiple volunteer positions available such as: working with families and children to Grant Wishes, special events, office/clerical ect. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Mutivation Youth Services Helping Friends Crew Member
Assist with planning and serving. Helping Friends Mentoring Program (HFMP): Is a program designed to help the homeless in need in our communities. HFMP participants will partake in mentoring sessions providing valuable life and coping skills along with serving our communities homeless at various homeless shelters. Th : Afternoon, Evening
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National Remember Our Troops Campaign Help A Military and Veterans Charity

The National Remember Our Troops Campaign is looking for a few good people

 

There are many ways you can help

 

Volunteer-From-Home OR Volunteer-In-Public. Anywhere in the USA.

 

We accept Court Ordered Service, Federal College Work-Study and Service-Learning applicants

 

To learn more, please visit: http://www.nrotc.org/volunteer.htm

 

(If the link does not work, just copy and paste)

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Odyssey Hospice Hospice Volunteers Needed/Training

 

At the heart of Hospice are its caring volunteers, caring people who simply want to give of themselves to just, experience the satisfaction of making a difference in the lives of others as you provide emotional support, companionship or respite care for individuals dealing with life threatening illness by becoming a Hospice volunteer. Become part of a family of dedicated individuals fulfilling a promise to be there for others. Is this for you?. Call for more information and upcoming training dates. All the training is free…..

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People Against Abuse and Neglect of Children International (PAANCI) All Volunteers (25)
Several positions with in our facility. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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People Against Abuse and Neglect of Children International (PAANCI) Program Advocates for Youth
Nonprofit organization needs long term volunteers to assist at risk youth who may be homeless, in foster care or may be on probation. Youth will need a responsible and caring person to mentor them during their critical times of need in daily living, educational, technical skills and social needs. Call for more details.
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Riverside Braille Club All Volunteers (16)
Volunteers needed to assist with arts and crafts, helping with lunch, and escorting the blind at various functions. Tuesdays, September thru June: 10:00 - 14:00 (2pm). www.RiversideBrailleClub.Org
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Riverside Community Hospital All Volunteers (16)
Seeks volunteers to help out in their gift shop, information desk, and variety of tasks performed by the volunteer desk (i.e. deliver flowers, etc.) There are also other department areas available such as the auxiliary office, post partum, emergency, etc. Seeking positive individuals with a desire to learn new skills and share any talents or skills, giving back to the community in a gratifying and self rewarding way. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Riverside County Clerk's Office Volunteer Deputy Commissioner of Civil Marriage
This program deputizes non-clerk personnel to act as Deputy Commissioners of Civil Marriages to solemnize marriages. Seeking as many volunteers as possible. Opportunity is open ended. Seeking long term volunteer. Please call for details. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr: Morning, Afternoon.
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Riverside Life Services Baby Shower Volunteer
Riverside Life Services strives to help women in crisis pregnancies choose life by offering material aid and support. Many of these women have very little. As an individual or a group, you could throw a baby shower in honor of these women and children served by Riverside Life Services. By collecting diapers, formula, baby food, and gently used or new baby clothes or gear you are helping to empower our large clientele of women to care for their babies.
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Room to Dance, Inc Daily Transformations - Studio Ambassador

What We Do:

Room to Dance and World to Dance provide therapy in its purest form.

Here you will find bodies and lives changed as people sweat together, inspire each other, fall in love with movement and dance, and shake off stress in ways they can’t do without.

Technique, fitness, social dancing, cultural celebrations: Room to Dance and World to Dance have it all.  We are the only place in town that offers all genres in an environment for adults-only. Trailblazing the way for a new approach to dance.


What You Do:

Smile: You become the face of our company. Our clients walk in to see you: representing the best part of their day.

Service: By committing ourselves to excellence, we will continually demonstrate to students, staff, and self alike what our company represents. Your skills and talent will operate at full capacity here.

Own it: With constant events, projects, and adventures, you will always have the opportunity to take ownership over endless aspects of the company, gaining skills and leadership that will take you anywhere.

 

How It Happens:

  1.       Go to www.roomtodancestudio.com and click on ‘work study’ to apply.
  2.       Come tell us about you.
  3.       Be a part of a team that changes lives every day
  4.       And best of all…dance for free!
 

The Fine Print:

  1.        Must deeply love dance/ fitness.
  2.        Two positions:
    1. a.       Ambassadors: Get one free class for every one hour of volunteer work. Heavy customer service skills needed.
    2. b.      Leaders: Leaders receive unlimited membership as well as other perks and commit to at least 4 hours per week with various project management tasks.
    3. 3.       Must have an active facebook account and demonstrate integrity and enthusiasm.


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Salvation Army of Riverside Driver Assistant
Salvation Army of Riverside is seeking volunteers to assist drivers in loading and unloading food bins donated by stores. Volunteers need to be 18 years or older. If you’re interested in volunteering or for more information, please call Clarissa 951-784-4490 ext. 103
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School on Wheels, Inc. Tutoring Homeless Children

School on Wheels is a non-profit organization that seeks to enhance educational opportunities for homeless and foster children in kindergarten through twelfth grade. We aim to close the academic gaps by offering academic support and supplies year-round. 

School on Wheels is looking for dedicated people to volunteer tutor for one hour a week with homeless children and youth, (all grade levels and ages are available). The wonderful kids we serve are living in shelters, emergency drop-in centers and other locations throughout Upland, Loma Linda, San Bernardino, and Riverside/Moreno Valley. Our tutors are the "wheels" by visiting the children where they are at to provide tutoring.

No previous tutoring or teaching experience is required, just a willingness to make a real and lasting difference in a young person's life by helping them academically. And you will be volunteering with a student in an age range that you're comfortable working with for just an hour a week. For more info about School on Wheels and to apply online, please visit our website: http://www.schoolonwheels.org/ Thank you!

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Shangrila Hospice Hospice Volunteers Needed - Hospice Volunteers Needed

The hospice volunteer culture is a place where diverse people come together with a common purpose and form a community. Shangrila Hospice is a team of compassionate professionals and volunteers helping patients and their families cope with the challenges of terminal illness. Our volunteers experience a sense of self gratification as they support families through a deeply personal journey. Each volunteer is trained to meet the unique needs of a hospice patient and family, according to his or her own skills, interest and time. The relationship is always mutually rewarding for both the volunteer as well as the families.

Volunteers come in a variety of ages and beliefs...men or women, students or seniors, groups or individuals, clinical or non clinical. Our Veterans are encouraged to volunteer with Veteran patients.

There are a wide variety of ways to get involved, including our "Veterans helping Veterans" program and our "Pedals for Patients" project in which volunteers pick up and  arrange flowers to be placed at the bedside of patients who are on hospice service.

If you are interested in volunteering, please call Jamie at (909) 981-4065.

Please visit us online at www.ShangrilaHospice.com

To learn more about volunteering with hospice, please watch this video created by Hospice Foundation of America:

www.hospicefoundation.org/watch-videos-volunteers

 

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The Salvation Army Riverside Social Art - Exercise Instructor
Salvation Army Riverside is seeking Exercise Instructor volunteers to lead senior exercise activity at Ailvercrest Senior Residence.
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Vernice Dredd Memorial Youth Home Mentoring & Home Maintenance
Need men or women volunteers to mentor boys between ages of 13-17 yearrs. Volunteers are also needed to play sports and take youth to activities. Volunteers are also needed for gardening & home maintenance (pruning roses, painting fences, etc). Must work well with youth. Three shifts per 24 hours. Seeking commitment of 2-8 hours. Needing volunteers on-going basis.
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Visiting Nurse Association of the Inland Counties Bereavement Bear Volunteers
The Visiting Nurse Association, Riverside Hospice, is looking for experienced sewers able to sew a keepsake stuffed Teddy Bear as a remembrance of a lost loved one. These bears are created from an article of clothing, like as pair of pajamas or a shirt. If you are interested in becoming a “Memory Bear” sewer, or would like more information about this program, please contact Kathy Gonzalez, Hospice Volunteer Coordinator at (951)656-3153, extension 403.
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Visiting Nurse Association of the Inland Counties Office Volunteers
The Visiting Nurse Association, Riverside Hospice is seeking organized and detail oriented volunteers to come in and assist in our hospice office. Duties would including, filing, making admission binders, making tidy towel packets, etc. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, or would like more information about this program, please contact Kathy Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator at (951)656-3153, extension 403.
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Visiting Nurse Association of the Inland Counties Patient Support
The Visiting Nurse Association, Riverside Hospice is seeking compassionate and dedicated volunteers to provide socialization and support to terminally ill patients and their families. Volunteers also needed for bereavement support groups and to assist with families after the death of a loved one. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, or would like more information about this program, please contact Kathy Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator at (951)656-3153, extension 403.
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Visiting Nurse Association of the Inland Counties Patient Visitor
The Visiting Nurse Association, Riverside Hospice is in need of volunteers to visit with patients and their families to provide support and active listening. 12 to 16 hours training required and a commitment of 4 - 6 hours per week. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, or would like more information about this program, please contact Kathy Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator at (951)656-3153, extension 403.
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Visiting Nurse Association of the Inland Counties Pet Therapy Volunteers
The Visiting Nurse Association, Riverside Hospice is seeking licensed Pet Therapy dogs and handlers to visit with terminally ill patients. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, or would like more information about this program, please contact Kathy Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator at (951)656-3153, extension 403.
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Vitas Innovative Hospice Care VITAS Patient/Family Care Volunteers

VITAS is looking for kind and caring people to help terminally ill patients and their families. Friendly visits, simple errands, providing a listening ear and the gift of friendship at a critical time can make a real difference in another's life. Yours too!

VITAS volunteer activities include respite care (sit with a patient while the caregiver takes a break); friendly visits to patients and their families at home or in a nursing home. Our patients enjoy being read to, playing cards, board games, listening to music or just a friendly chat. 

You may driving a patient or family member to appointments; accompanying a patient to a church function, wedding, beauty shop; run errands to the grocery store, drug store or post office. We are also in need of Administrative, Quilters, Memory Bear Makers and Telephone volunteers. 

Opportunities available in all of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties including mountain and desert areas.

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We Care Mentoring Children & Youth Mentor
Mentors spend as little as 4 hours per month for 1 year with a young person. They do ordinary activities like biking, hiking, sports, baking, sewing, and shopping. But rather than do them alone, they bring a child along and introduce them to fun, new things. It doesn't take anyone special to be a mentor. You don't have to have any special training or education. All it takes is a willingness to spend some time with a young person on a regular basis. Kids in our program are waiting for an adult to come along who wants to give them the time and attention they deserve. Feel the satisfaction of giving a child confidence and empowering youth to achieve success. Invest in the next generation. Become a mentor. Mentors are needed in Hemet, San Jacinto, Moreno Valley, Temecula, Banning, Beaumont, Menifee, Perris, Nuevo and Murrieta. Male Mentors are needed the most! For more information, call We Care Mentoring Children & Youth at (951) 654-0080. Or you can visit our website at http://www.wecaresjv.org/
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YMCA - Riverside Flag Football Coach
Teach boys and girls ages 6 to 14 the fundamentals in a fun and non-competative league. This coed league provides children of all skill levels and backgrounds to come together and play flag football at one of the local schools. We run two seasons a year with a one hour practice on the weekday and a one hour game on Saturdays. Please note: this is a 3-4 month, 2 hour a week commitment with one hour in the evening during a weekday and one hour on a Saturday. Please do not contact us regarding this opportunity if you are not able to make this commitment. Volunteers ages 15-17 must have a parent/guardian volunteer with them and spaces are limited. Coaches must find their own practice location. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Afternoon, Evening
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YMCA - Riverside Youth Basketball Coach
Teach boys and girls ages 6 to 17 the fundamentals in a fun and non-competative league. This coed league provides children of all skill levels and backgrounds to come together and play basketball at our indoor basketball facility. We run four seasons a year with a one hour practice on the weekday and a one hour game on Saturdays. Please note: this is a 3-4 month, 2 hour a week commitment with one hour in the evening during a weekday and one hour on a Saturday. Please do not contact us regarding this opportunity if you are not able to make this commitment. Volunteers ages 15-17 must have a parent/guardian volunteer with them and spaces are limited. Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Afternoon, Evening
    1Unscheduled  0All shifts available
YWCA Grantwriter
Looking for a volunteer part time grant writer who is avaialbe during regular business hours Monday- Friday on a consistent basis. Grantwriter will have previous experience preferred as well as good punctuation and grammar skills as well as time management and research skills
    1Unscheduled  0All shifts available

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