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
This Family Volunteer Day opportunity is for parents and caregivers with kids ages 2-5! Registrations MUST also be confirmed by calling Hemlock Bluffs at 919-387-5980.
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.
Cut, split and deliver donated firewood to low-income residents of Wake County.
Responsible for website maintenance and social media activities.
Seeking volunteers from high schoolers to retirees! Great resume builder for students to help you secure credits to further your academic and professional career. Community members, this is a wonderful way to get out and do something that you will find fulfilling while giving back to your community.
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.
Help us by assisting children and adults with therapeutic riding lessons by either leading a horse or as a side walker. See the power of equine therapy for yourself! We also need help with general farm work
Volunteers with STEM/Robotics experience as well as those with finance, entrepreneurship or those that have a genuine aspiration to help youth in the classroom will share their knowledge with elementary and middle school students during a weekly Ventures In Robotics session.
Are you interested in supporting an organization that strengthens families and prevents child abuse? Are you "handy" around an office - filing, copying, answering calls? Do you enjoy a variety of tasks in a nonprofit setting? We need you!