Covenant Place of Abilene, an assisted living facility, needs someone to tutor a student who wants to learn to read and write. For information, contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center.
The Service Action Leadership Team is trying to create a database that will send e-mails to keep students informed of opportunities for service. To create the database, the center needs student participation. Students can visit the Volunteer and Service Learning Center to fill out a volunteer registration form. By filling out the form, students are not committing to any service project, but they will receive e-mails that will enhance their awareness community needs.
The Noah Project needs volunteers to answer hotline calls and attend to shelter needs. For information, contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center.
City Light Ministries needs volunteers to tutor elementary school students and to play games or read to them on Mondays from 3:30-5 p.m. People who enjoy children and are interested in this opportunity can go to the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center for information.
Fashions for the Cure, a fund-raiser for Breast Cancer Awareness, needs volunteers to transport and set up a stage and help with decorations before and after a dinner and fashion show Wednesday. Contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center for information.
Meals on Wheels needs volunteers to deliver hot noon meals to the homes of homebound elderly and adults with disabilities from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Big Brothers Big Sisters needs male volunteers to participate in “Brother to Brother” Thursdays from 4-5 p.m. Volunteers will be matched with a little brother for sports, art projects, games and other activities. For information, call the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center.
YMCA needs volunteer coaches for flag football and youth soccer between Saturday and Nov. 6. Some time is required one evening a week after 5 p.m. and about half the day on Saturdays, either morning or afternoon. Contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center for information.
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