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Family Friendly Opportunities

The following volunteer opportunities have been listed as appropriate for supervised children.
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 elaine@dpfc.net for other volunteer opportunities DPFC has to offer.
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.
We are seeking individuals, churches, organizations, social groups, and employers to host a hygiene drive to collect hygiene products to increase our hygiene inventory so we can continue to provide hygiene kits to more Wake County youths.
Help sort donations that will be used by the TROSA program or sold in the thrift store in order to support the program. TROSA is a residential treatment center for people with substance use disorders, and you will volunteer alongside people in the program.
You can be a part of raising your voice for affordable housing by joining us in writing Letters to your Elected Officials or making a call today to your members of Congress using our Phone Script. Your help will help make safe and affordable housing a reality for families in our community!
Come volunteer in the Chatham Habitat ReStores! We have two stores, one offering home furnishings and furniture, and the other providing appliances, building supplies, and hardware.
Come dig in the garden! Help Alliance Medical Ministry with planting, weeding, mulching, and creative projects in the Alliance Community Garden.
Volunteers needed! Please join us in supporting one another through fresh food, community, and health in the Community Garden this Earth Day. Come out, learn how to grow your own food, and get your hands dirty!
This garden morning will be dedicated to garden production tasks including weeding, planting, harvesting and general maintenance- trellising, sanitation/organization of tools + supplies, maintaining equipment, etc..
Ever wondered how nature trails are created? Here’s your chance to help build trails on a nature preserve owned by Tar River Land Conservancy. All volunteers are welcomed. We provide the tools, training, and supervision. Sign up for one or more work days during March 2021.
We need a skilled person that can sew 15-20 dog crate covers. We have the material!!