VOLUNTEER TOP PICKS OF THE MONTH – OCTOBER
September 27, 2017
VOLUNTEER TOP PICKS OF THE MONTH
Looking for a way to meet new people while positively impacting the community where you live, work, or play? Check out the October top volunteer picks and get started today.
HELP WITH ACTIVITIES AT THE FALL FESTIVAL AT WOLFE’S NECK FARM
Wolfe’s Neck Farm will be holding their Fall Festival at 184 Burnett Road in Freeport on Saturday, October 14, from 10am-3pm. Volunteers may help with activities such as face painting, pasta jewelry making, drawing, parking, compost monitoring, and setup and breakdown. Shifts are from 9am-12:30pm or 12-3:30pm OR stay the full day and receive a free lunch. To learn more or sign up, email Morgan, email@example.com.
VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSE AT WESTBROOK COMMUNITY CENTER
The Westbrook Community Center (WCC) is looking for volunteers for many of their programs! Join them in the Main Office at 426 Bridge Street for an Open House on Tuesday, October 17. Drop in between 9am and 11am to learn more about the opportunities to help out. Volunteering at the WCC is a great way to meet people, engage in the community, and support the center! For more info, please call (207) 854-0676.
UWGP VOLUNTEER READER TRAINING
Be part of Thrive2027 and help improve students’ reading proficiency! Did you know that children who do not read at grade level by the end of third grade are 4x more likely not to graduate from high school compared to children who are reading at grade level?
Join United Way of Greater Portland at the Westbrook Community Center from 9am-11am on Friday, October 27 to find out more about volunteering as a reader and learn simple tips and techniques to help kids learn to read.
Once trained, volunteers are encouraged to serve as readers on a regular basis with students at Westbrook elementary schools and/or join us for several special literacy events throughout the year.
HELP CREATE ASSETS, SAVINGS, AND HOPE WITH CA$H GREATER PORTLAND
CA$H Greater Portland is now recruiting volunteers to assist with the 2018 tax season as well as for roles throughout the year. Join the volunteers who brought over $1.2 million in tax refunds to Greater Portland households last year. Roles include Schedulers who receive and return phone calls to assist with scheduling and intake of clients, Greeters who welcome and check-in clients, Tax Preparers (on-site and/or remote) who receive training to prepare clients’ tax returns, and Asset Guides who promote financial well-being and make referrals to other helpful resources. No experience is necessary. Free training and IRS certification is provided. Contact Ali AL Dhamen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 699-0753 to learn more.