Need Community Service hours for school, church or fun? Join us at the new Community Educational farm and help transform dirt into beautiful gardens!
Do you want to: Gain experience working with youth? Ensure that young people with great potential go to college? Enrich the life of a young person by sharing your wisdom and life experiences?
For a time investment of only an hour each week, you may be the difference between a young person in your community just making ends meet or getting a more fulfilling career and life.
The Arc of the Triangle provides purposeful and social activities to individuals with I/DD (intellectual and developmental disabilities including weekly cooking classes, supported employment and other health related programs.
Community HOPE is a mentor/literacy program with the Alexander Family YMCA. Community HOPE isn't just a tutoring program. It's a relationship – a bond between mentor and child. Please take a moment to view one mentor's journey: https://vimeo.com/66176248
Boys & Girls Clubs are looking for mentors for our national teen recognition program where you will have the opportunity to serve as a role model for 7 months.
SwingPals Volunteers Needed ! Next step: Attend a SwingPals mentor / volunteer training / informational session. The next one is scheduled for Saturday, August 26th, 9am-11am at Hillandale Golf Course. Please call or email: doug@swingpals.org / (919)623-2258 to RSVP.
SwingPals Volunteers Needed ! Next step: Attend a SwingPals mentor / volunteer training / informational session. The next one is scheduled for Saturday, August 26th, 9am-11am at Hillandale Golf Course. Please call or email: doug@swingpals.org / (919)623-2258 to RSVP.
STEAM Saturday is an EDCI out-of-school learning opportunity for students in the East Durham community. We are in need of Classroom Helpers to assist EDCI students with hands-on activities Saturday's from 9am - 1pm.
The Y Learning Program has been designed as a partnership with surrounding Wake County schools, extending academic and social support to identified 3rd - 8th grade students.