Check out these open volunteer opportunities in the local community
Volunteer with Mobile CARE
ServiceSource CARE Mobile is a 100% mobile program based on a public-private partnership model which provides roving on-site outdoor health and wellness programming for older adults and adults with disabilities. Activities will take place outdoors in areas such as Annandale, Bailey's Crossroads, Chantilly, Falls Church, Herndon, Mt. Vernon, and Springfield.
Opportunities are open for one-time volunteers, episodic volunteers, and long-term volunteers. Volunteers can facilitate an array of activities from dances to crafts to technology! Volunteers can also simply assist with ongoing events. Some of the expectations or tasks include but not limited to loading and unloading the van, lifting objects, setting up tables and chairs, monitoring the games, tabling, handing out surveys, keeping track of number of participants, assisting with technology, and more.
Please contact Yashoda Premysler at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign up!
Volunteer with the Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
The Shepherd’s Center of Northern Virginia is a volunteer-based organization that has been dedicated to providing life-enriching services to mature adults in the community since 1998. Through the help of a small staff and volunteer-led programs, SCNOVA helps create meaningful opportunities for service, lifelong learning, social connection, individual well-being, and independent living for older adults. We advance opportunities that reduce social isolation and encourage individuals to take on new challenges, learn new skills, make new friends, and serve others.
They have the following volunteer positions available:
Marketing & Special Events Support -support the Marketing and Events Manager with print, social and other media formats to help share the message of SCNOVA. Help create engaging campaigns that speak to empowered aging. Hours are variable but need to be reliable.
Office and Data Entry Support – support SCNOVA through various office projects such data entry, answering phones, assisting with mass mailouts, and other organizational needs. Gather data for grant writing and reporting. Hours are variable but need to be reliable.
These positions are anticipated to be in person at the Vienna, VA office. Office hours are 9:-00 AM -4:00 PM. Please contact Marianne Monek, Operations and Volunteer Manager, at (703) 281-0538.