With many of the volunteers getting older, the need for “new blood” coming in to help out has definitely been noted.
If gardening doesn’t sound appealing, there are several other programs to help out with as well. For example, volunteers are needed for cooking classes with Lifestyles, which happen in eight-week cycles.
While the humane society is looking for new volunteers in all categories, they especially need more help with adoption events.
Spring is right around the corner, which means the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is looking for volunteers.
Want to keep up your New Year’s resolution to volunteer more? This is the third in a weekly, seven-part series to help you get involved. Read on to see what organizations could use your help.
Peace at Home is looking for two types of volunteers: those who want to work directly with clients and those who don’t.
Want to keep up your New Year’s resolution to volunteer more? This is the first in a weekly, seven-part series to help you get involved.