Current Opportunities

Categories:

  • – Working with the Poor, Disadvantaged, Hungry
  • – Working with Children, Church, Coach
  • – Working with the Sick, Elderly, Disabled
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08/13/2014
6:00a–5:00a
Please visit Volunteermatch.org for all types of current service opportunities
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08/13/2014
8:30a–5:30a
This website is very useful when trying to find service opportunities.
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08/14/2014
6:00a–5:00a
Help at Fr. Joe's Village and Partner agencies
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08/18/2014
9:00a–5:00a
Catholic Charities has a number of locations that need your help!
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08/19/2014
4:00a–6:00a
On Tuesdays, the St. Patrick Catholic Church offers a soup kitchen which is free to the community. Roughly 100-200 people are served during each event. Kitchen helpers are often needed as well as “greeters.” St. Patrick Catholic Church is located in Carlsbad.
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09/01/2014
6:00a–8:00a
Help on the first Monday of every month at Friends and Family...homeless outreach.
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09/03/2014
6:00a–8:00a
September 3, 2014, September 17, 2014, October 1, 2014, October 15, November 5, 2014, and December 3, 2014 are nights to go through the orientation program for Martha's Village to be a regular volunteer
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09/09/2014
4:00a–7:00a
So Others Can Eat operates out of Mary Star of the Sea every other Tuesday. For more information contact Tresha Souza at (858) 454-2631
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09/11/2014
4:00a–5:00a
Volunteer at Rancho Coastal Humane Society in Encinitas and earn indirect service hours. Please only sign up for ONE Thursday per month in order to allow other students the same opportunity. Volunteers will be helping with chores around the shelter including: laundry, dishes, helping at the food bank, and anything else that may need to be done (please note that you may chose to wear clothes you do not care about getting dirty). Volunteers will also assist shelter staff in socializing the animals currently residing at the shelter. This opportunity is every Thursday, unless there is no school, from 4pm-5pm. Sign up using this link: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0C4CA5A729ABFE3-rchs/10888779 *Students will need to be able to get to the shelter on their own, no transportation will be provided by Cathedral. *Students are required to fill out the consent form and must bring it to the shelter when you volunteer or the student may not work with the animals.
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11/19/2014
2:30a–5:30a
Keith McKay at Father Joe’s is in charge of the warehouses. He has several pallets of shoes that need to be sorted and he asked for help. This is the contact information: Keith McKay (619) 507-7555 Location: Father Joe’s warehouse at 3350 E Street, San Diego 92102 Volunteers needed for sorting shoes. Please contact Keith and let him know when you can help. www.missionsandiego.org
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12/06/2014
10:00a–12:00p
Looking to serve the elderly? Attend mass at the Nazareth House and then socialize with the residents afterwards any Saturday or Sunday. It’s a great way for all students to get Christian Service Hours. Mass is at 9:30 and residents gather in the rec room afterwards to break bread and share fellowship. Your contact person before you decide to attend is Ms. Lonergan in De Sales 201. Please email Michele Fox if you want more questions answered beforehand: nazarethhouseactivities@gmail.com
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12/20/2014
7:45a–3:45a
Love working with kids? Want to mentor? Call Nativity Prep Academy and ask how you might complete your Christian Service hours at their school. Summer might work out especially well. Email Mr. Bonde, their principal: elijah.bonde@gmail.com or ebonde@nativityprep.org
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01/11/2015
2:30a–6:30a
Blue Roses Girls is seeking volunteers to that can help special needs girls, aged, 8-18, learn how to engage socially. This is a really wonderful opportunity. I hope you're interested!
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01/11/2015
1:30a–3:30a
Blue Roses Girls Group was formed because making and sustaining friendships becomes more challenging as the social dynamic of girl friendship shifts from playing together to talking together about common interests such as hair care, skin care, make up, boys, dating, and hanging out at each other’s homes. One of our objectives is to bridge the unintended divide between typically-developing girls and Blue Roses Girls for a mutually-rewarding and mutually-beneficial friendships to develop.
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