We are looking for volunteers to help with our education workshops and other administrative tasks.
Help with daily operations of the beautiful hospital Gift Shop. Greet and assist customers, stock gift items and use cash register. The Gift Shop is a project of the Friends of Cooley Dickinson and supported by volunteers. Proceeds support significant hospital projects, such as the Childbirth Center renovations.
Build a connection with your community, one cup of coffee at a time. We need your warm smile and helping hands. Serve coffee, sandwiches and desserts to patients, visitors, and staff. Shifts available mornings or afternoons during the week. The Coffee Shop is a project of the Friends of Cooley Dickinson and supported by volunteers.…
Reduce anxiety and improve the patient experience. Assist with transport by wheelchairs, escort patients and visitors, and answer questions at a Check In Desk. There are three possible locations where volunteers make a difference every day.
Volunteers have always been HooRWA’s backbone, whether dragging trash out of the river or providing highly specialized expertise. They include paddling enthusiasts, business owners, event organizers, teachers, artists, ecologists, parents, environmental scientists, planners, students, and –mostly!– people who just like taking care of our rivers and streams. Whether you are most comfortable in a boat,…
If one of your teens enjoys babysitting, you can volunteer to babysit together while our parents participate in workshops, meetings, or special events at the Day Center.
Volunteers often share their professional skills with our families. If you want to have a direct impact, you can help with resume writing, tutoring, job searches, and more. As a growing nonprofit, we have benefited from volunteers in our network offering professional skills in marketing, event planning, legal assistance and more. If you have an…
Like to cook? You can prepare a meal at home with your family or friends to deliver to a host congregation. If you’d like to meet our families, we invite volunteers to stay for dinner and share the evening with our guests and their children.
On the weekends, adult volunteers answer the phone, do activities with children, and are a welcoming presence for our guests. During the week, we often seek assistance in the office with mailings, covering the phones, or administrative projects. Teens are welcome with an adult over 18.
The Safe Grocery Shopping Initiative for residents who are unable to go to the grocery store.