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Volunteers needed

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The following nonprofit organizations need volunteer help. If you’re interested, please contact them directly:

Idaho Reads!: Volunteers are needed to read with children in grades 1-3, and to help with family literacy events and book drives at Mullan Trail Elementary in Post Falls. Hours and days are flexible. Background checks required. Call Bethany, 457-0772.

Teen Aid Project, after-school tutoring: Volunteers are needed to tutor high school students who are failing or near-failing in their core subjects (math, English, science, history and languages); one hour, twice a week (flexible) is recommended. Monday-Thursday, 2:30-3:30 p.m., at a local Coeur d’Alene church. Project begins Oct. 31. Call Frank, 666-0406.

CDA4Kids (Community Development Affiliates): Volunteers of all ages are needed for tutorials, services, and other activities after school this fall at Borah Elementary and Hayden Elementary. Phone Patti , 699-5430.

Kootenai Humane Society, Hayden: Volunteers are needed for dog walking, dog bathing, thrift store duties, photography, maintenance and repair, foster care, newsletter preparation and fund-raising. Hours flexible. For more information or additional duties, phone or e-mail Jackie, 818-4535, jacqueline_bell@comcast.net.

Post Falls Food Bank, 415 E. Third St., Post Falls: Volunteers are needed to help with fund-raising projects, stocking, office assistance and food pickup/driver backup. Hours vary. Cathy, 773-0139.

Head Start: Volunteers are needed for various programs and projects to support children’s learning; i.e., putting literacy packets together, staffing school library, helping with computer access, working in the classroom, etc. Hours and days vary. Will adjust to volunteers’ needs. Also, help needed at the Sunday night soup kitchen. Coeur d’Alene. Phone receptionist, 666-6755.

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