Alexandria’s House - Volunteers are needed to tutor mothers or take care of babies at Alexandria’s House, a transitional living program for pregnant and parenting teenage mothers, sponsored by Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. For more information, call Susan Woehrlin, volunteer coordinator, at (509) 489-0349 or visit www.voaspokane.org.
American Cancer Society Discovery Shop – To help with a number of duties at the shop at 805 W. Garland Ave.. For more information, call Joanne at (509) 465-1607.
Anna Ogden Hall Long Term Recovery Shelter - Volunteer opportunities include in the nursery and kitchen; various program class teachers; reception work; and help in the medical clinic. Required introductory classes are offered three times per month. For more information, call (509) 535-8510 or visit www.ugmspokane.org.
Arc of Spokane - Advocacy and Family Support is in need of a library aide to review its library and organization, checking for inaccuracies. Other duties would include re-shelving books and updating the library content list. Volunteers are needed on a monthly basis. For more information call (509) 328-6326 or visit www.arc-spokane.org.
Camp Fire USA Inland Northwest Council - Opportunities are available to be a club co-leader in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area. Contact Marcia Asmussen, program coordinator, at (509) 747-6191.
Communities in Schools - Volunteers are needed to help site coordinators at Shaw Middle School and/or Sheridan Elementary School. Volunteers will be asked to commit to a minimum of four hours per week to help with paperwork, student programs, chaperoning students during/between classes, lunch times, recess times and tutoring. Positions require a Washington State Patrol background check. For more information and an application call (509) 413-1436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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