Volunteer for Little City's Foster Care Family Picnic
Join us in celebrating the amazing foster care families of Little City!
There are many ways to get involved!
Please assist in the the following Volunteer Opportunities!
Date: Thursday, June 21st, 2018
Location: Wolfe Wildlife Refuge
10670 Laramie Avenue, Oak Lawn IL.
Guests enjoy a brisk run or walk around Old School Forest Preserve then browse sponsor booths and join in the fun & fit activities for the whole family. Volunteers will help with check in, the run/walk, fitness activities, first aid stations, farmyard attractions assistance, food/beer tent and more! Express Interest to get more details.
•Snacks, treats & water provided.
•A Fun & Fit t-shirt will be gifted to you as a thank you if you sign up before May 29th.
June 23 @ 10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.
Discover how pioneers, like the Kennicott family who settled at The Grove, lived, worked and played. Costumed volunteers will take visitors on a journey to the past with hands-on activities like cooking, candle dipping, pioneer games,wool carding and tinsmithing. Refreshments will be available for purchase.
We have two shifts. The first is from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. and the second is from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Boccia is a competitive sport for athletes who use a wheelchair. This year, USA Boccia Nationals will host 100 athletes from across the nation.
The tournament will take place June 28th through July 1st. Volunteers will be able to select which days, time slots and roles they would like to participate.
Roles include, but are not limited to: Line Judges, Scorekeepers, Timers, Lunch support and more!
Volunteer for one shift or for the whole tournament! Your time and care are essential toward making the tournament a success.
No experience with Boccia? No problem! We will offer training dates to introduce you to the sport prior to the tournament. No experience is necessary, however, we do ask that volunteers be 16 years of age or older.
Every volunteer will receive a free t-shirt, lunch and be on the front line for witnessing the next USA Boccia National Champion!
Come and see how we roll!
Open Food Packing Event for Kids against Hunger
Volunteers stand on both sides of a table and put dry ingredients into a plastic bag through a funnel. Then the bags are weighed, sealed and placed into boxes for shipping to Nicaragua and other countries.
Volunteers serve for 1 hour starting at either 9:30 and/or 10:45 am on Saturday mornings. Many upcoming dates available. Each volunteer will package $40 to $50 worth of food per session. Volunteers are urged to bring whatever they can toward that cost.
Our Chicagoland athletes are on a roll! The Chicagoland Regional Boccia Invitational welcomes athletes who use wheelchairs from throughout Illinois to compete in Boccia. Volunteers are an essential piece toward making this tournament a success! Your volunteer role has the opportunity to record the score, monitor times of the matches and aid with lunch support. Every volunteer will be provided a free lunch. No experience is required, groups are encouraged. We look forward to seeing you at the Park District of LaGrange!
Community Threads is an upscale thrift store selling quality goods at low prices to customers who rely on thrift to stay out of poverty. Store profits go to help homeless women and children and the abused. You will also be part of an important recycling and conservation effort by keeping used goods out of our overflowing landfills. We also support local animal shelters and libraries.
The store has many different roles for volunteers. We will help you find the role that fits you the best and provide training. Volunteers receive ongoing support when they serve. Many different service days and times are available to fit every schedule.
Community Threads has given away over 1.56 MILLION in grants to our local community to provide shelter for the abused and homeless, support addiction recovery programs and other critical services. Conveniently located in Arlington Heights, IL.
Flexible drop in hours Monday - Friday: 10 AM - 9 PM Saturday: 10 AM - 7 PM Sunday: Closed. We serve our customers with low prices and a clean environment. Community Threads is 100% nonprofit and supports the local community through programs and financial grants that alleviate poverty and promote education. We need your help!
Volunteer at our Thrift Store, and you will receive training and experience in all areas of Retail Sales.
Assist in stocking sales floor, stock rotation, displays and organization of merchandise.
Sort and price merchandise in accordance to quality and pricing guidelines.
Greet and thank donors and customers for their contributions.
Sort donations into various categories according to Community Threads policies and procedures.
Operate cash register accurately and efficiently.
Report supply needs to manager.
Greet and thank donors and customers for their contributions.
Community Threads is a 100% non-profit resale store located in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. The profits raised by our store benefit local charities and provide scholarships for children's education, grants given to a homeless shelter and food pantry in Chicago, and funds for leadership training programs. We are able to accept items and sell them at an affordable price and keep items out of the landfills.
Community Threads is a great environment for groups to serve in because we have numerous departments and tasks to work in and complete. Our staff members are equipped with instruction for leading groups on a variety of projects-from lifting and moving boxes of donations, to sorting clothing, housewares, toys, and jewelry, to helping organize and clean our sales floor. Both sitting and standing jobs are available.
Community Threads has plenty of parking, restrooms, air conditioning and heating, complimentary water bottles and treats, and a break room for groups to meet and discuss the serve. This is a great way for groups to build team spirit and give back to their local community!
Available service times: Monday through Friday from 10 am to 8 pm.
Looking to serve community service hours for a court or school-mandated program? Community Threads resale store is currently accepting those who are seeking to complete hours required by courts and schools! We are able to provide a letter verifying all hours served to each volunteer. Serve anytime during our store hours M-F 10-9pm and Saturdays 10-7pm. Pick your own hours and begin your service within a day.
Numerous tasks and jobs available such as sorting donations, merchandising items on the sales floor, customer service, item research, cleaning and more! Sit-down jobs available upon request.
Looking to deliver Spring pinwheels to local community members in order to spread joy, awareness, and support for the Center of Concern. Be added to a list to be called to do deliveries on your own time and at your convenience. Pick up deliveries at the Center of Concern to be dropped off in the Maine Township area.
Volunteers at our stores provide assistance throughout all areas of the store. Primary duties include, but are not limited to, accepting, sorting, cleaning, pricing, and displaying donated merchandise. Positions in specialized areas such as cashiering, floral arrangement, window dressing, and store design are also available. Proceeds from the stores go back to funding the program and services of the women and children in our shelters. apr14
The ability to volunteer for a minimum shift of 3-4 hours at a time and stand for a period of time. Volunteers must also be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs. Background check required.
Our Thrift stores are open Monday - Saturday.
Assist Life Enrichment Coordinator in carrying out daily programs and special events.
1. Bingo Caller, 1:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m., Tuesday
2. Dinner Escort, 5:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m., 2nd Sunday of the month.
3. Lunch Escort, 10:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., 3rd Tuesday of the month.
4. Shopping Escort, 9:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., 1st Monday of the month.
5. Arts and Crafts guide, 1:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m., Sundays.
6. Computer Class Guide, afternoons or evenings, one a week.
7. Escort for miscellaneous outings (according to the monthly calendar).
8. Assist in set-up/ clean-up of seasonal parties, including encouraging resident attendance, serving food and beverage., visiting, etc. (according to monthly calendar).
Volunteer must be 16 years & older.
Bessie's Table of Des Plaines is seeking dining room volunteers (individuals and/or groups up to 15) for their Monday night community dinner program.
Volunteer duties include, but are not limited to: serving, rolling silverware, dishwashing, clean-up and possible light food prep. Volunteer hours are from 4pm-7:15pm every Monday (closed major holidays) and dinner is served from 5:30pm-6:30pm. Closed the month of August.
Volunteers and groups are rotated weekly, so a weekly commitment is not needed. Dining Room volunteers must be 14 years of age or older. Orientation will be provided.
Share your cooking skills by assisting in planning and preparing a Monday night dinner for Bessie's Table of Des Plaines.
We prepare enough food to feed up to 150 people. All supplies are provided. Volunteers are needed from 2-6pm, depending on the type of meal being prepared and need to only volunteer as their schedule permits. Volunteers must be 21 years & older. Orientation will be provided. Closed the month of August.
Remember the area food pantry all year round! Plan a drive with your friends family or place of business.
Items needed are: nonperishable food items, coffee, teas, condiments, oil, cleaning supplies, paper goods and gift cards to local food stores in $5, $10 & $20 increments.
Any donation will be appreciated!
Looking for people who are interested in building and rehabbing homes for low-income, deserving families. Location of current projects are in Carpentersville, Elgin, and Algonquin.
Work days are Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. No construction experience necessary - just a willing heart.
Volunteers must be 16 or older to volunteer on construction sites.
Volunteers help Marklund make everyday life possible for our residents and students by assisting them with therapeutic, recreational and educational activities, art projects, reading a favorite story, or just being a new face to see during the day. They provide many daily life experiences while freeing up staff to provide 24-hour specialized care.
Monday - Thursday: Activities from 5:00p.m.- 6:00p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday: Community Outings from 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m.
Fridays: Movie Night on campus from 5:30p.m.- 7:00p.m.
Weekend: Activities from 10:30a.m.- 11:30a.m. and from 5:00p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Activities include: games with our residents like Bingo, Uno & Yahtzee,
playing adapted sports, reading, arts & crafts, and more.
Community Outing locations: shopping, movies, bowling, parks, and more.
To enhance the life of residents by assisting staff in planning or leading activities. Activities Associates are needed throughout the Home serving all levels of care.
Arts and Crafts Guide
Develop and oversee own crafts and activities as appropriate
Transport to and from activities
We are looking for guitarists, singers, flutists, violinists, etc. to play at the Lutheran Home!
Help us to positively impact the resident/family experience by providing live music to create and enhance a pleasing and relaxing environment.
Lutheran Home appreciates anyone who is committed to offering the gift of their music to those who have a need. Music makes everyone feel better!
Can you join us 1-2 hours per week?
Plan a drive in your neighborhood, social club or school for a local food pantry! This is a great time to begin collecting food for needy families in the area. madd14
Items needed are non perishable canned foods, jar foods, dry food, breakfast foods and household items i.e. toilet paper, toothpaste, shampoo & deodorant, soap & detergent. No expired expiration dates please.
Volunteers of all ages can help.
Student Service or Community Service Project
Mental health and wellness are reflected in one’s ability to have fulfilling relationships, successfully adapt to change, and coping with adversity. Mental health problems like depression, anxiety and family conflict keep us from mental wellness. Kenneth Young Center is here to serve you and your community to “help people feel good, do better, and find solutions.”
Let’s GET STARTED!
To be able to speak comfortably about mental health and wellness and services that are available to help people find solutions and live better lives.
Go to the Kenneth Young Center (KYC) website and research:
Mental health and wellness, and how it affects one’s life
KYC as an organization, i.e., our history and outreach
The variety of service plans available through KYC, as well as other private and government-based resources
Create a 10-second “elevator-speech” about KYC to educate people about us and our services.
Promote the HUSTLE for HEALTH Run/Walk by sharing:
The Run is 5K in length, and it is timed (fees are applied for official “chip-times”)
The Walk is 3.1 miles (5K) in length, and a donation is requested)
Conveniently located at Busse Woods in Elk Grove Village
Food, music, games and activities are included
Bring your four-footed friends—all must be on a leash
Get at least five (5) Team Leaders to join in on the fun at Kenneth Young Center’s annual Run/Walk for Mental Health and Senior Services
Each Team Leader should know what Kenneth Young Center does and whom we serve in the community
Each Team Leader is responsible for bringing in at least three more people to join their team
If you wish to participate in this Service-Hours program—Express Interest below!
We Need DRIVERS
Please help us keep Homebound Seniors
Safe and Healthy!
As a HOME-DELIVERED MEALS Driver, you will use your vehicle to provide hot meals to home-bound senior citizens. You will pick up the meals at a convenient location to you.
The meals are delivered over the noon hour to about eight elderly people on your route.
Meals Drivers help senior citizens maintain their independence in their own homes. Not only do you provide healthy, nutritious meals and a friendly smile, but you also act as a direct link to the outside world for many home-bound seniors.
This is a GREAT CORPORATE Volunteer Program or take an INDIVIDUAL route: Routes are kept within 5 miles of your location in Schaumburg or Elk Grove Townships; they are structured to be completed within 50-60 minutes.
Kenneth Young Center provides community mental health and senior services to the northwest suburbs. Clients and their families come to us in some of their most desperate moments, and we help by providing: Service coordination and in-home services for frail elderly persons. Counseling for adults, children, families. Assessment, stabilization, linkage for adults/children in psychiatric crisis. Treatment, support, and recovery services for those with serious mental illness.
HOME-DELIVERED MEALS Drivers for Elk Grove:
Deliver HOT MEALS and Be a Friend!
As a HOME-DELIVERED MEALS Driver, you will use your vehicle to provide hot meals to home-bound senior citizens. You will pick up the meals at a predefined location. The meals are delivered over the noon hour to about eight elderly people on your route. Meals Drivers help senior citizens maintain their independence in their own homes. Not only do you provide healthy, nutritious meals and a friendly smile, but you also act as a direct link to the outside world for many home-bound senior citizens.
[Kenneth Young Center provides community mental health and senior services to the northwest suburbs. Clients and their families come to us in some of their most desperate moments, and we help by providing:
Service coordination and in-home services for frail elderly persons.
Counseling for adults, children, families.
Assessment, stabilization, linkage for adults/children in psychiatric crisis.
Treatment, support, and recovery services for those with serious mental illness. Volunteer opportunities.
To learn more about us please visit our website at: www.kennethyoung.org]
Home of the Sparrow provides a shelter, affordable housing and programs and services for area homeless women and children. We also operate seven Sparrow's Nest Thrift Stores, with all net proceeds directly supporting our programs and services.
Volunteers at our thrift stores have a great time and really enjoy making new friends and giving back to the community. The stores are open weekdays from 10 am – 7 pm, and on Saturdays from 10 am – 5 pm. Volunteer duties include accepting and sorting donations, pricing and displaying merchandise, sales assistance, customer service, testing electronics, silk floral arranging, holiday decorating, and so much more. After the first month, volunteers who work a minimum of 4 hours a week receive a 30% discount! To volunteer, please register here to connect with our volunteer coordinator for their application.
For today’s elementary school generation, there has never been a time when email, video conferencing, and text messaging wasn’t the norm. Yet, there’s something to be said for old-school communication and the benefits it had. Join our Pen Pal program to help jump start these students’ enthusiasm for writing and expanding their writing skills. Join a group of volunteers twice a month, from 1:30-2:30 pm, to engage in handwritten communication with elementary school students in one classroom. You will exchange information and ideas with an assigned student based on their teacher's classroom curriculum. All correspondence is supervised by the classroom teacher and the Senior Corps RSVP project coordinator. Refreshments and writing materials provided. Background Checks required.
Do you enjoy preparing meals for the homeless? Can you make up a menu with food items provided? This may be the opportunity for you!
The HOPE Center sees many clients on a daily basis. We have the wonderful opportunity to provide a hot meal for our clients at no cost. By becoming a Kitchen Assistant, you will be responsible for preparing meals for each of our clients as well as helping to coordinate the weekly meal plans. No kitchen experience necessary. All food items are donated, pre-cooked, and simply need to be reheated!
Are you organized? Do you enjoy working with clothing?
JOURNEYS receives multiple clothing donations each week. As a clothing closet coordinator you can help us maintain our clothing closet by accepting donations, sorting through clothing and maintaining the clothing shelves and racks.
Conduct a supply drive for a variety of items needed for WINGS safe houses and shared homes. Express Interest below for a list of the current most critically needed supplies from our Donations Coordinator.
Volunteers help Marklund make everyday life possible for our residents and students by assisting them with therapeutic, recreational and educational activities, reading a favorite story, or just being a new face to see during the day. They provide many daily life experiences while freeing up staff to provide 24-hour specialized care.
Monday - Thursday
Activities include: Playing games with our residents (Bingo, Pictionary, Hangman, etc.), outdoor games, adapted sports, reading, arts & crafts, and more.
Community Outings: Days/locations vary each month
A calendar with scheduled activities & community outing volunteer opportunities is available each month.
Volunteers at our stores provide assistance throughout all areas of the store. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: accepting, sorting, cleaning, pricing, and displaying donated merchandise. Positions in specialized areas such as cashiering, floral arrangement, window dressing, and store design are also available. Proceeds from the stores go back to funding the program and services of the women and children in our shelters.
The ability to volunteer for a minimum shift of 3-4 hours at a time and stand for a period of time. Volunteers must also be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs.
Thrift shop open and volunteers needed Monday - Saturday.
Looking for volunteers to serve on our events committee to help plan our Fundraising events for 2018.
Volunteers will help plan the events and also request and collect items for silent auctions and raffle baskets.
Looking for volunteers to join our Friends of Home of the Sparrow Barrington women’s auxiliary group that puts on Fundraising events for our agency.
Looking for volunteers to head up and start a women’s auxiliary group call Friends West. This group of women will focus on recruiting volunteers and building relationships with local establishments from the western part of McHenry County in order to not cross over with our Friends of Home of the Sparrow group in the Barrington area. This group will help put on 3rd party Fundraising events for our agency
Help the restoration team restore the wonderful natural areas. The restoration team volunteers will remove non-native invasive plants to make way for native wildflowers, grasses and trees. Activities on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - noon. Meet at The Grove Interpretive Center. Bring work gloves if you have them.
Scheduled restoration days are: Saturday, January 13, 2018 and February, 10, 2018
Most Saturdays can accommodate large groups, but please call ahead to make arrangements.
Wednesday and Friday special group days and must be specifically scheduled in advance.
Needed: Roll Up Your Sleeves and "Get 'Er Done!" People
Kenneth Young Center is a community mental health and older adult services provider serving Elk Grove and Schaumburg Townships, and the surrounding area.
We really can use some help with performing routine cleaning, repairs, maintenance, furniture moves, light outdoor upkeep, and miscellaneous projects in a commercial building setting. If you are a "roll-up-your-sleeves" kind of person, who wants to help keep our building and property clean and welcoming to clients and staff, PLEASE contact us TODAY!
Just to let you know--We offer a great, friendly environment here, and we are staffed by people who really care about others. Give us a shot; you'll be glad you did!
Purpose/Objective: To help meet the nutritional needs of clients
Responsibilities: Help to open boxes; sort and pack food items; check expiration dates of food items; maintain organization on shelves
Qualifications: Minimum age: 16; Able to lift up to 50 pounds
Training: Training provided by Supervisor
Time Commitment: 2 to 4 hours weekly, Mondays through Fridays, mornings and/or afternoons
Donate food to our Food Connection Program, which is in desperate need of supplies. Assist low to moderate income families in the Northwest Suburbs of Cook County. No donation is too small!
Here is a list of ideas that can be donated, but it is not limited to such:
Cooking/Baking: Flour, Sugar, Vinegar, Tomato Sauces
Sides: Whole Wheat Pasta, Stuffing, Brown Rice
Soups/Canned Items: Fruits, Vegetables, Spaghettios, Ravioli, Macaroni and Cheese, Tuna packed in water
Breakfast: Oatmeal, Low Sugar/High Fiber Cereal
Condiments: Ketchup, Mayonnaise, Mustard, Olive, Canola, Vegetable Oil, Jelly-low sugar, Salad Dressings, Peanut Butter, Pickles
Miscellaneous· 100% Juice, Whole Wheat Crackers
Wheeling Township is in need of volunteer drivers during the noon hours to deliver meals to elderly shut-ins and the disabled. Weekdays from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Volunteer must be Age 18 & older. Orientation is required.
GOLF, Greens and Good Times
Do you want to Play and Make a Difference?
Join the volunteers of Kenneth Young Center (KYC) who are working on our Golf Committee. Members recruit new players, foursomes and corporate sponsors.
KYC is a senior services and community mental health and provider. Our Annual Golf Outing, being held on August 1 at Bloomingdale Golf Club, is a major awareness-builder and fund-raiser for us. This Outing includes links fees, contests, delicious lunch, and a great deal of fun!
As a volunteer, we will ask you to use your networking, salesmanship, and social skills to generate teams of four to play golf.
We ask that you be willing to attend monthly planning meetings.
We will welcome your support by generating new corporate sponsors. Sponsors may contribute prizes for golf contests, raffles, goodie bag stuffers (tickets, coupons, corporate promotional items--preferably golf related), silent-auction prizes, etc.
What we need most is
your enthusiasm and support!
[Kenneth Young Center is a JCAHO-accredited agency providing community mental health and senior services to the northwest suburbs. Our mission is to help families, teens, children and seniors feel good, do better, and find solutions. All proceeds go directly to supporting important community programs.]
Donate boxes that are used to pack food items for our Food Connection Program that serves low-moderate income families in the Northwest Suburbs.
The perfect size is similar to the printing paper boxes with lids or the boxes that 40 medium sized oranges fit in (approx 2ft. X 1ft. x 1ft.). 100-200 boxes are needed on a monthly basis.
Please feel free to contact us for details on drop-off dates and time or if you would like us to pick-up the boxes.
Organize a food and toiletry drive for an agency that supports abused and neglected children (hold through a company, club, school, or even at a local grocery store).
Call for a list of items needed. Open to all ages to participate.
Community-based agency that provides both emergency and long-term care and housing for children from birth - 17 years of age is in need of special drives from their wish list. New baby items, safety and health items, storage needs, baby toys, books/video tapes, household items & clothing are needed. Only new items accepted. Please Express Interest for a list. Open to all ages.
We have positions for all levels of physical capability and want your time serving to be enjoyable and well spent. Positions available include: Donation Sorter, Donation Receiver, Donation Pricer, eBay Lister, Electronics Tester, Customer Service/ Greeter, Organizer, Cleaner, Cashier (with background check), and Visual Display. We offer flexible time slots Monday - Friday 10 AM - 9 PM and Saturday 10 AM - 7 PM.
Recognizing the impact and influence imagery can have on an audience to take action, Photographers and Videographers can help our mission to preserve and restore this historic campground for future generations.
Repurposed as an innovation hub, education center, exhibit site for sustainable community development, modeling how to do more with less in support of a peaceful, healthy, clean energy future.
Photos needed for our historic buildings, grounds, plus events.
Sorters graciously accept boxes and bags full of donated items from members of our community (and, occasionally politely decline items we unfortunately cannot accept).
Then, often working together, the sorter(s) will inspect the items for damage and put them into the appropriate categories for further pricing and processing (eg. women’s clothing, kid's toys, books, etc.). Depending on the section, items may also be placed on a hanger, receive a tag or size sticker, etc. Items that are out of season are bagged and stored for pick-up from our recycler.
Sorters are also always looking out for special treasures (high-end, name brand items, items with tags, some antiques, etc.). The specifics of our sorting system are learned through on-the-job training.
Large group up to 25 volunteers are welcome!
Our workdays are on the Second Sunday and Fourth Saturday. For groups of 10 or more people, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm there will be sufficient space for your group. Otherwise, sign up here: https://goo.gl/lqprgM
We also encourage you to check our facebook event calendar to obtain exact directions and times to the workday location.
* Participants should be able to be outdoors for 2-3 hours and walk on uneven terrain
*All tools and onsite training will be provided
*Please arrive a few minutes before the workday begins
*Dress to be outdoors and to get dirty. Layers, long pants and long socks are recommended
*Wear non-synthetic clothes, like cotton or wool. Weather permitting, there will be a brush pile fire and hot embers can make holes in clothes
*Sturdy, closed-toe shoes are required
*Remember your sun protection, a hat or bandana and sunglasses are recommended
*Bring a water bottle and a snack to have during break time
Make a commitment to a grove, river, lake, or trail and clean up litter at your adopted site from April thru November. We will help you choose a site and provide an Adopt-A-Site kit with everything you need for your cleanups.
Volunteer Type: Individual, Family, Senior (55+), Group, Youth Org
Just about anyone can take part: individuals, families, schools, youth groups, civic groups, clubs, organizations, fraternities, and faith groups
Conduct at least 8 litter cleanups per year; you will get a recognition sign at the site after a two-month trial period
The Forest Preserve District will:
* Install an adoption sign at the site
* Provide necessary permits and safety information
* Provide trash bags and gloves
* Offer ongoing access to knowledgeable staff as a resource
* Collect and dispose of filled litter bags and other debris cleared from the adoption site
Contact us for a list of available sites.
Meal Delivery Volunteers pick up prepared meals from Evanston Hospital, Three Crowns Park, St. Francis Hospital, Glenbrook Hospital or other food providers and deliver meals to homebound clients residing in Evanston, Wilmette, Winnetka, Kenilworth, Skokie, Glenview, Northfield, Northbrook and Waukegan.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Report to pick up meals at assigned time
Before leaving hospital, check that you have the correct number of meals for clients receiving food that day.
Promptly report any problems with order to the Meals at Home office.
Notify Meals at Home office is client is unable to receive meal, looks unwell or is in any unsafe conditions.
Drivers must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver's license, vehicle registration and insurance. (Runners may be under 21; minors must be accompanied by a registered volunteer parent or guardian.)
Must be a driver in good standing with the State of Illinois or issuing state.
Must be physically able to get in and out of a vehicle repeatedly and walk short distances.
Desire to serve others with respect for people of different backgrounds and abilities.
Be courteous and personable when dealing with the public.
Respect and maintain confidentiality of Meals at Home volunteers, partners, and donors.
Volunteers are expected to complete a minimum of one route per month. Each route takes about two hours or less between 11am and 1:30pm Monday through Saturday.
Volunteer groundskeepers assist the Maintenance staff to maintain all outdoor areas of the campsite. They will plant, weed, prune, and rake landscaped areas generally keeping the grounds neat and tidy.
Groundskeepers must like to work outdoors and have knowledge of plants, trees, and shrubs. They should be able to lift 20 lbs. and operate small gas and electric powered equipment. Some mechanical ability is a plus. They must also be able to work independently without supervision. All volunteers must be able to pass a background check.
Volunteers are required to attend an orientation tour of the campsite and will receive further training from the Maintenance staff.
Time Commitment – Groundskeepers are required to work one shift per week. Each shift is 4 hours in length 8AM-4PM April through November.
The 31st Annual Community Paint-A-Thon is recruiting volunteer painters for Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, (rain date will be set for the following week by the house team leader you are assigned). Corporate paint day is Friday, September 14, 2018. Training dates and paint pick up are August 15th and 22nd.
Volunteers must sign up before July 1, 2018.
This is a great event for your corporate, community, youth or church group to participate in, open to individuals too. Be a part of this heartwarming community event and join in the fun to paint the homes of low income area seniors, veterans and/or disabled in the NW Suburbs, who cannot paint their homes themselves. Typical group sizes can range from 10 - 25 volunteers. Volunteers must be 14 years & older. All supplies are provided.
Contact for details or check out our website link https://www.handsonsuburbanchicago.org/Paint-A-Thon