American Cancer Society
Organization needs volunteers in the Gambrills office to help with general administrative tasks, including but not limited to phone calls, mailings, etc. Information: 410-721-4304 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The agency needs volunteers for hands-on interaction with animals, showing animals to prospective clients, assisting customers, answering phones, filing, photography and multimedia tasks. Applicants must be 18 or older, able to meet the 16-hour-per-month requirement of volunteer service hours and prepared to comply with all volunteer policies at the agency. Information: 410-222-8900.
Volunteer opportunities include office and clerical assistance, including data entry and mailings; community outreach representatives, including those to attend health fairs and speakers; help line specialists; and family support group facilitators. In addition, volunteers are needed to assist with fundraising events such as Walk to End Alzheimer's, galas and charity golf outings. Training and materials are provided. Information: 410-561-9099 or go to alz.org/maryland.
Volunteers, 16 and older, are needed to help with publicity, school outreach, ad sales, performance support, bookkeeping, computer work, receptions, support for the vocal competition and auditions and more. Information: 410-267-8135 or annapolisopera.org.
Volunteers are needed at the West Street Visitor Center and City Dock Booth to provide visitors with knowledgeable, appropriate and current information. Help is also needed for computer data entry. Completion of a training program and a three-month provisional period is required of new volunteers; participation in ongoing training and continuing education is required for all volunteers. Information: 410-280-0445, ext. 108, email email@example.com, or go to visitannapolis.org.
Speakers, Tutors, Achievement, Retention, Success (STARS) needs men and women to work as mentors and/or tutors to students ages 16 to 24. The organization offers tutoring from 3:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Tutors may work one or both days each week. Information: Gloria Coliton, 301-362-6045 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary treats and cares for injured and orphaned animals and, if possible, releases them back into the wild. Volunteers who can commit to working at least one morning a week are needed to feed, water and clean animals. Information: 410-798-0193 or wildlifesanctuary.us/dws.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times