Current Opportunities

Categories:

  • – Working with the Poor, Disadvantaged, Hungry
  • – Working with Children, Church, Coach
  • – Working with the Sick, Elderly, Disabled
  • – Other
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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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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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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 contact, Julie Bishop. She is their Volunteer Coordinator. Her email is jbishop@nativityprep.org.
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02/10/2015
2:00a–6:00a
The St. Pat's Soup Kitchen desperately needs volunteers to help prepare and serve meals to low income families at the St. Patrick Catholic Church Parish Center on Tuesdays. The Parish Center is located at 3821 Adams St, Carlsbad, CA 92008. If you have 30 minutes, 1 hour, or more to spare, please contact Dr. Mike McCarthy. His telephone number is 760/310-6422. Volunteers are needed at any time between 2pm and 6pm each Tuesday. Your help is most appreciated! Email stpatricksangels@gmail.com Thanks for your help! Best regards, Ramsey
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02/15/2015
7:00a–5:00a
The Helen Woodward Center seeks volunteers to help at Camp Critter over Spring Break and Summer Break
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03/07/2015
9:00a–5:00a
Isabel Cortes ,on behalf of Our Savior's Lutheran Church in North Park, is looking for volunteers to help do some light maintenance around their property such as painting, gardening/gardening up-keep, etc... as well as some administrative work in our office and special events on weekends. There is no set schedule other than anytime Monday through Friday after 3pm and on weekends after 9am. They are very flexible. Here is the link to their website: http://oursaviorslutheransd.org/ If you need any other information feel free to contact Isabel via either means detailed below. Isabel Cortes direct: (619) 955-3611 isabel.cortes730@gmail.com
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04/01/2015
8:15a–5:30a
Hospice of the North Coast currently has some volunteer opportunities that students may be interested in. Please check out their website for more detailed information, including the application: http://hospicenorthcoast.org/volunteer/ . Notice that direct hours opportunities are for kids 18 or older, however, they have some administrative type opportunities where younger students can help and complete some of their hours too. The name of their Volunteer coordinator is Cyndie Acosta. Their next training for volunteers is coming up in April. Hospice of the North Coast 2525 Pio Pico Drive, Suite 301 Carlsbad, CA 92008-1568 cjimenez@hospicenorthcoast.org
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04/01/2015
7:00a–5:30a
Kim Booth is the volunteer coordinator for the San Diego Crew Classic, Inc., which hosts one of San Diego’s leading events with an attendance of over 10,000 annually. She is looking to grow her volunteer base for the regatta to be held starting in April. They are especially interested in working with the next generation of all-star leaders here in San Diego. She is especially interested in working with groups of students so find your friends and work together. Contact Kim @ 562-965-4764 (cell); kim@crewclassic.org
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04/11/2015
8:00a–5:00a
Fill-a-Belly is a grass roots weekly dinner for the homeless that focuses on building relationships by breaking bread together.
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05/30/2015
7:00a–12:15p
Calling all surfers: this summer you have a great opportunity to help special needs kids and/or wounded warriors by volunteering with the Surfing Madonnas. Also, this organization's 5K helps raise money for ocean mammals and ocean pollution prevention. Check out the link for more information.
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06/05/2015
1:00a–7:00a
The Torrey Pines Rotary Club needs volunteers for the Care ‘n Share Toy Drive. Volunteers will get free tickets to the SD Fair as well as volunteer hours...for a super great cause to benefit kids! Sign up at the link to the side and contact the following for more info... Eileen Clifton Executive Director Foundation for the Children of the Californias Office: (858) 278-5437 (KIDS) Cell: (858) 945-0197 Web: www.usfcc.org facebook.com/foundationforthechildren twitter: @fdn4thechildren The Care ‘n Share Toy Drive, a project of Torrey Pines Rotary Club, to be held June 6th through July 5th at the San Diego County Fair. This is the 7th year for our collection of new and gently used stuffed animals and by the end of this summer we will have distributed over 30,000 stuffed animals to help put smiles on the faces of sick children in the region. Our major recipient organizations are again Rady Children’s Hospital, Hospital Infantil de las Californias, and Children’s Lifeline, with additional stuffed animals going to Thousand Smiles, Flying Sams, Operation Santa, and other local organizations serving needy children. We’d love your help! How can you help? *Volunteer a few hours at this year’s Fair – we’ll provide the admission tickets *Ask your local merchants to post our flyer for their customers to see *Post our flyer on your social media to help us get the word out *Host a collection bin at your business so donors who don’t attend the Fair can drop off their donations *Ask your friends and neighbors if they have any gently used stuffed animals in need of a good new home We aren’t asking for your money, just a bit of your time. If you can join us in the fun at the Fair, here’s the link to the Volunteer Schedule: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yIFCn7yUBWdZPfaLzn62cQpG_x-IZIjvqW5tuU9XdL8/edit?usp=sharing On behalf of the sick children in the region who will be delighted to hug a new stuffed animal when sick and feeling down, THANK YOU! Any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you! Nancy Stoke Chair, Care ‘n Share Toy Drive Torrey Pines Rotary Club nancy@torreypinesrotary.org 858 509-9160 www.torreypinesrotary.org
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06/06/2015
8:30a–5:00a
Perhaps you're interested in a career in medicine or would like to volunteer at a hospitals. Try the UCSD campus in Hillcrest.
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06/22/2015
6:00a–8:00a
Note: this is not a Christian Service opportunity because it is a paid position. Just passing along this information because the organization is great. This is a flyer for our CAMP DOLLS week this summer. Contact Meghan Mallory Volunteer Coordinator 2014-2015 Blue Roses Girls Offering Fun & Friendship www.BlueRosesGirls.com Blue Roses Girls on Facebook Blue Roses Girls on Twitter
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06/27/2015
4:00a–9:00a
Mary G. Bones, Marketing Manager at Noah Homes, seeks volunteers to help individuals with developmental disabilities. The specific event on 6/27 is just one of the ways you can get involved. Noah is an exceptional residential care campus for adults with DD here in San Diego. Please contact Mary @ 619 660-6200 x 121. www.NoahHomes.org 12526 Campo Road Spring Valley, CA 91978 619-660-6200 x121
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07/13/2015
8:00a–3:45a
Help at the Festival of the Bells at Mission San Diego de Alcalá. See the attached flyer!
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07/27/2015
8:30a–3:00a
The Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation is looking for summer camp counselor volunteers age 12 and up to help out July 27 - August 14, 2015 from 8:30am-3:00pm with their Environmental Kids Summer Camp. (To serve as a camp counselor for the older group which consists of 6th-8th grade students who participate in kayaking, the volunteers must be 14+). No commitment is required, however, volunteers must fill out an application available on their website: http://lagoon.aguahedionda.org/. They are also looking for docents and trail maintenance volunteers throughout the year. For more information, please contact Katie at 760/804-1969 or at volunteer@aguahedionda.org.
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09/26/2015
7:00a–5:00a
Dates for future trips to Nazareth Orphanage in Tecate, MX: September 26, 2015 November 14, 2015 January 16, 2016 March 19, 2016
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