|Organization||Activity||Start Date||End Date||Status|
|Gerald O Neil - Indivdiual||
Need Help with Moving - Disabled Resident Needs Help Moving
A disabled Hemet Resident needs assistance moving from a downstairs apartment unit to an upstair unit. The apt is in Hemet and the help is needed April 15th and 16th 2011. Need assistance with boxes and furniture. Please call Gerald O Neil if available to help- 602-904-4591
|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 email@example.com if you want to learn more or have questions about volunteering with IHF. Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa : Morning, Afternoon, Evening"
|Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District||
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, 2” x 4”s, 2”x 2”s, Paint, nuts, bolts, washers, nails, screws, and Halloween props also accept
You Can Make a difference in our community
|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.