Family Friendly Opportunities

The following volunteer opportunities have been listed as appropriate for supervised children.
Friendly visiting Volunteers provide friendship for lonely and socially isolated seniors and adults with disabilities in Wake County. Volunteers usually commit to one to two hours per visit-- either weekly, every other week or monthly--flexible schedule.
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.
Interested in volunteering with Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge? We have a wide variety of volunteering opportunities available. Please contact us at info@piedmontrefuge.org Thank you!
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.
Power Hour is a comprehensive homework help and tutoring program
Do you like puppies? We have the job for you. A puppy needs proper, appropriate and regular socialization in order to grown into a well-adjusted adult dog. Come and spend a few hours with our pups and help them get ready for their forever home.
Monthly adoption event help needed: Setting up, breaking down Foster dog supervision Potty breaks Handing out information Pitching nail trims for donations
Cat Angels seeks volunteers to help care for the cats and kittens at our no-kill shelter. Duties include feeding, watering, scooping litter boxes, cleaning the cat rooms, and taking out trash as well as giving our cats lots of love and playtime.
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.
Lets make some noise in support of our survivors , thrivers, caregivers, family and friends. You are an invaluable part of the Triangle Race for the Cure and for sharing in our vision of a world without breast cancer.
Courage Cards are something you can do by yourself or with a group. All cards will be going to kids that are inpatient at Duke, UNC, Wake Med and James & Connie Maynard Children's Hospitals.
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