ATTENTION: We have filled our slots for our 2nd session of Readers as Leaders! The session runs Feb/March to June 2016. In the meantime, contact for other volunteer opportunities DPFC has to offer.
Volunteers are needed with flexible schedules to help transport our elderly clients and adults with disabilities around town for medical appointments and grocery shopping. All rides are within Wake County and most trips can be completed in 2-3 hours.
Make a difference in the life of an aging person or someone with a disability by weekly visits, providing transportation to medical facilities and the grocery store, or helping with light chores around the house.
SwingPals school-based volunteer coaching - join our experienced coaches in making a difference in the lives of students who are in need of additional resources. Opportunities exist throughout the school day at various Durham middle schools and in our after-school program.
As the LCI staff need support with administrative projects, we will email our volunteer list to see who is interested and available to help. All administrative projects will be remote due to COVID-19, and we will work with volunteers individually to deliver supplies needed.
Through this volunteer position, you would drive around your community to share our educational materials with health care facilities and cancer centers. You will meet the staff at the LCI office and we will provide a list of facilities to visit and materials to distribute.
Support the Evening of Hope Gala by helping us secure silent auction items! Our silent auction is a crucial part of the fundraising for this event and we need your help in asking local businesses to donate items for us to auction off.
One of the keys to sustaining our research, education, access, and awareness programs as an organization is grant funding. If you have a background in grant writing and want to use your skills to support our mission, we would love to have you volunteer with us!
Help us spread awareness of lung cancer risk factors and resources through community health fairs. We will provide training on lung cancer facts, risk factors, and LCI resources. Then, use your tools to advocate for lung cancer at community health fairs!
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for management of ATHENA of the Triangle’s (AoT) volunteers, to ensure AoT is poised with the appropriate resources to fulfill our mission.
We are looking for board members who desire to make a positive impact in the Fuquay-Varina community.
Opportunity Filled! [Fuquay Varina]
Help the Read and Feed team by driving RV's, known here as Mobile Classrooms, to Wake County distribution sites to get books, meals, and school supplies in the hands of students. Please review the DETAILS tab (You will schedule times once you sign up).