La Cañada High School played host on Tuesday to Teens MOVE fair, a nonprofit organization that connects middle and high school students with volunteer and some paid job opportunities in their community. The following is a list of area volunteer opportunities, along with contact information:
Union Station Homeless Services, (626) 240-4550, Extension 105, or e-mail email@example.com
Glen-Park West (assisted living facility in Glendale), (800) 495-5005; website: www.seniorhousing.net/ad/glenpark
Laurel Canyon Retirement Community (in Valley Village), (800) 560-9090, (818) 769-6626, website: www.glenpark-al.com
AbilityFirst (Volunteer as “fans” for a Hooray for Hollywood event on May 1), Contact Julie Martin at (626) 449-5661, ext ,117.
Teens for the Advancement of Childrens Hospital (TACH),
The Tree People (based in Beverly Hills, but has events all over the Southland), www.treepeople.org
RSVP Program at Joslyn Adult Center in Burbank, *818) 238-5370, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Salvation Army, contact Rick White, (818) 246-5586, ext. 133, or e-mail Richard.email@example.com, The Salvation Army also sponsors Glendale Safe Place, which uses volunteers, same phone number as above; website is www.glendalecorps.org
Glendale Adventist Medical Center “Code STAT” (Students Taking Action Today), Phone (818) 409-8057. E-mail Volunteers@ah.org
Foothils Cancer Relay for Life (Takes place May 16-17 at Clark Magnet School in La Crescenta): Staff Partner Danielle Anziano, (818) 841-2994, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; Event Chairs Regan and Chuck Boone, (818) 248-9402, email@example.com, LCHS Fight Cancer Club will participate: call Seth Crane at (818) 952-2109.
Singing Oaks Retirement Community, Monrovia, (800) 845-3890, (626) 357-6818. The website is www.glenpark-al.com .