The Values of Volunteering
Volunteering is an incredibly valuable activity for both the community it serves and the volunteers themselves. Volunteerism gives you a chance to develop, utilize and share your skills, stay busy during a job search, retirement or time off, enhance your resume or applications and develop a network. If you’re new to the community, it allows you to practice, improve and maintain your language skills. It allows you to become a valuable role model to one or to many. Most importantly, it allows you to give back to your community and help to make it a better place for all. If you are at all interested in volunteering, please contact Al Volmut at 262-886-9612 or email@example.com.
Weekly Volunteer Opportunities
Date Specific Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Driver(s)_ Needed every Wednesday for MyRide program. Must be able to drive 15 passenger van and assist passengers in and out and handle bags of groceries. Valid driver license required. MyRide will be offering rides to seniors who need to do grocery shopping. There will be two shifts one AM one PM. Sign up for one or both shifts. This is a weekly one day opportunity and requires a minimum of a 3 month commitment. . Background check will be preformed. If interested please contact Jenny at 262 417 7544.
On going Volunteer Opportunities with a little more detail
The St. Vincent De Paul Food Pantry, 926 LaSalle Street, invites you to visit any Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday between 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. There are one hour volunteer opportunities any of those days. SVDP also has openings for “Behind the Scenes” volunteers that do not involve heavy lifting or paper work. New this autumn are opportunities in the “Fall Spruce Up” project for the Pantry’s grounds. Call Mary Ann at 262.633.6467. .
The Meals on Wheels Senior Nutrition Program has volunteer driving opportunities. Volunteers may drive any two hour shift Monday – Friday. Some volunteers start as substitute drivers. Meal pickup is at Ridgewood Center, 3205 Wood Road. Call ADRC’s Meals on Wheels: 262.898.1370.
Racine Area Retiree Council (RARC). Help recent military retirees re-enter the civilian world with the Volunteers provide retirees current benefits information, vocation opportunities updates and travel options. Call RSVP – Racine County to enroll for training: 262.886.9612.
Real Racine Visitors Center Be a Front Desk Volunteer. Outgoing helpful people are needed to staff visitor information center at I-94 and Hwy 20. You will greet visitors and answer questions, answer the telephone, assist with driving directions and distribute various travel publications and maps.
Shifts: 4 hr shift, 9 am to 1 pm or 1 pm to 5 pm every day.
You’ll work with a staff person during the shift you have selected. No computer skills are needed. On site training will be provided.
To volunteer contact Elisa by calling 262 884 6400
The Racine Police Department Has volunteer opportunities to staff the Regency Mall Community Information Center. Duties include answering phones, taking messages, greeting the public and handing out literature. All applicants must be over 21 years of age. Training will be provided. Call 262.598.4140 and leave a message.
The Veterans’ Treatment Court Has volunteer opportunities for veteran mentors and volunteer coordinators. call 262.632.1780. or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SafeAssured ID Volunteers Sought The Volunteer Center of Racine County is looking for volunteers to help create Safe Assured ID CD kits.
Volunteers tape streaming video of the individuals walking and talking, take digital fingerprints, and capture still photographs. Families or caregivers receive a CD containing the encrypted data as well as a credit card style ID. If your loved on should wander, you have current information to hand over to law enforcement. Officers have the capability to UN-encrypt the data and get it out to the public as soon as possible. Early retrieval means a safer recovery. Contact Dave at the Volunteer Center 262-886-9612 or email email@example.com.
School has Stared Mentors needed, The Volunteer Center of Racine County Inc. is recruiting Mentors
Would you like to make a positive difference in the life of an elementary or middle school student? Our Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is recruiting candidates to become mentors next semester. In addition to attending monthly debriefing and support sessions and receiving training at the Volunteer Center, all mentors are eligible for complimentary mentor classes at the Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin-Park side.
Send your indication of interest to: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jerstad School needs Volunteers for call rooms
Classroom helpers are needed at Jerstad Elementary School. Contact Leslie at 262.664.6068.
The Volunteer Center of Racine County is looking for a volunteer receptionist
We need a person(s) who can work mornings or afternoons with flexible schedules. Duties would include answering the telephone, and data entry. Computer friendly and exposed to Word, Excel, PowerPoint would be a plus. Call 262.886.9612 ask for Al Volmut. or e-mail email@example.com
Inspire Wisconsin needs your expertise
Volunteer to be an online “Career Coach” for middle and high school students exploring careers throughout Racine County. Share the advice and wisdom you’ve gained from your own career with our future workforce. Contact John Siegert at the Racine County Workforce Development Center at 262.638.6632; .mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Caledonia Historical Society
Has volunteer opportunities to paint and seal the log cabin under restoration at Linwood Park. Call Royce at 262.639.3139 for more information.
The Caledonia Conservancy
Has volunteer opportunities at its monthly trail cleaning, 6301 Seven Mile Rd. Wear long pants, long sleeved shirt and gloves. If you have pruners or loppers, please bring them along. Contact Sandy at mailto:email@example.com
Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility (RYOCF)
Has volunteer openings in its Community Services Gardening Program. Up to four volunteers will facilitate the program and instruct inmate workers this summer and early fall. Call Brenda LaBelle for more information: 262.638.1999 x2907.
Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility (RYOCF) has volunteer opportunities in its Arts and Crafts Program. Up to four volunteers are needed to instruct inmate workers this fall. Call Brenda LaBelle for more information: 262.638.1999 x2907.
Harmony Club Make friends for a lifetime by volunteering
Held at different sites throughout Racine County, Harmony Club’s unique social programs provide quality care, companionship and activities for older adults. Volunteer opportunities are available daily from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. GinaVlach@ourharmonyclub.org or call 262.898.2731 for more information.
The Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO)
Social Enterprises Committee has openings for volunteers interested in providing local food initiatives, marketing and project planning strategy and support. Contact Brenda Thomas at 262.633.3235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
River Bend Nature Center
Has volunteer opportunities immediately available in their office and for teaching assistant-ships, land stewardship and other special projects. Contact mailto:email@example.com or call 262.989.7530.
The Wisconsin Veterans Home
Union Grove offers skilled nursing services and an assisted living facility serving veterans in an environment of excellence and integrity. Volunteer opportunities are currently available. Call Volunteer Coordinator, at 262.878.6756.
Love, Inc. in Burlington
Has volunteer openings on the Family Cupboard Food Pantry project that serves 436 families a month throughout the year. Call 262.763.6226, x117 or email www.love-inc.net .
The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Racine County
Seeking volunteers to spend two to four hours per week with people who have memory loss. As part of the Language Enriched Exercise Plus Socialization Program (LEEPS), volunteers perform doctor-approved exercises with individuals as well as accompany them on social outings in the community. Please contact Amy Frankiewicz, Dementia Care Specialist at 262-886-8445 or at mailto:Amy.Frankiewicz@goRacine.org
MyRide needs Drivers MyRide has immediate openings for volunteer drivers to provide transportation to Racine County seniors 55 and older to medical appointments and other needs. Assignments are coordinated with volunteers’ schedules. For more information, call us at 262 417-7544.
Love And Charity Mission
We need 1 to 6 volunteers to paint and decorate the rooms at Love and Charity. We also need carpenter to fix wood flooring. If you have your own paint brushes and tools please bring them.
Requirements: Must be 18, past experience painting and carpentry useful.
Bring your own tools and supplies
Donation of paint and supplies will be greatly appreciated
Bay Pointe community is in need of volunteers
Are you looking for a rewarding experience? Help enrich the lives of residents at Bay Pointe, an Assisted Living Community of Lincoln Lutheran. Bay Pointe is seeking reliable volunteers to:
Play card games with residents in the mornings or afternoons (9:30-11:30 a.m. or 2:00-4:00 p.m.).
Bake with residents on Mondays. Help with reading directions, measuring, stirring, etc.
Share travel experiences. Bring in photographs, videos and mementos from your favorite vacations.
Volunteer groups are also welcome. Start a Saturday or Sunday outing with your Youth Group or friends to read stories to residents or just visit for coffee.
To volunteer or to get more information on volunteering, contact Stephanie at (262) 898-2731 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Becker Shoop Center Volunteer Opportunities
volunteers to type out monthly newsletter for nursing home (all information would be provided)
volunteers to maintain nursing home courtyard flower garden
volunteer Greeter- would assist with packages (cart provided) escort visitors to rooms volunteer to assist residents(push wheelchairs) to and from the Beauty Shop on Thursday mornings. Spanish speaking volunteers for interacting with Spanish speaking residents, games, reminiscing, reading
volunteers with musical talents, play any musical instrument and/or singing for group of Seniors
Volunteers to give manicures to residents
Volunteers to assist, teach and play Wii with seniors in a small group setting
Volunteers on the last day of each month to put up new activity calendars in rooms
Volunteer needed to lead a small group of residents in reading and discussing devotions
Volunteers needed to help maintain Aviary. Consist of washing Aviary windows (inside and out), Giving fresh food and water to birds.
Volunteers needed to lead craft groups with small group of seniors
Volunteers to lead a night Bingo group
Volunteers to Host a monthly Birthday Celebration
Volunteer to visit with their Pets
Volunteers to lead small cooking/baking group with seniors
Family’s and small groups such as Brownie Troops, Girl Scouts Troops, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Church groups etc. are welcome!
Volunteers should be 16 or older unless accompanied by a responsible adult Location: 6101 16th Street, just West of the flying saucer church on HWY 31.
The purposes of these Volunteer opportunities are to enhance the Quality of our resident’s lives.
If your are interested in volunteering please contact Grace Hayden (262)898-2762.