Group Volunteer Opportunities

The following volunteer opportunities have been listed as appropriate for groups of volunteers who want to work together.
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.
Community Outreach Coordinators oversee the planning and implementation of outreach strategies. They are primarily responsible for connecting with schools and community organizations by creating partnership agreements and cultivating relationships.
Come dig in our garden! Every 2nd Saturday (9:30a-12pm) and 4th Wednesday (5:30-7pm) From April - October. Work on planting, weeding, mulching, and creative projects in the Alliance Community Garden.
BUMP: The Triangle, a nonprofit music education organization mentoring youth through music of the African Diaspora, is seeking a volunteer to assist with grant writing and research.
If organization and a bit of a workout sound like a great way to spend the morning or afternoon, we have opportunities for you. Food arrives at the pantry needing to be organized and shelved. Monday through Friday between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Volunteers will teach one of JA's Entrepreneurship programs. Students learn about traits of a successful entrepreneur, resources used in starting a business, profit and loss, problem solving, interdependence and specialization.
Volunteers will teach the JA Our City program to 3rd Graders. Fun activities include, building a city, starting a business, payment methods, writing a check and more.
Volunteers teach one of Junior Achievement's entrepreneurship and work readiness program to 5th graders.
Volunteers will teach the Junior Achievement Our Community program to 2nd graders. Lessons include, learning about jobs, collaboration by making donuts (paper of course), government workers and paying taxes, voting, and learning about money and local economy.
Volunteers will teach one of JA's Entrepreneurship programs. Students learn about traits of a successful entrepreneur, resources used in starting a business, profit and loss, problem solving, interdependence and specialization.
Volunteers will teach the JA Our City program to 3rd Graders. Fun activities include, building a city, starting a business, payment methods, writing a check and more.
Volunteers will teach 7th graders about goals and career planning, budgeting, credit and debit cards, credit score and types of insurance.