Become a Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in volunteering. Your generous donation of time and/or talent will help the people in our community. Volunteers share a common objective of providing compassionate services or donations while keeping those in need at the center of everything we do.

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This information was verified as of 10/1/19.

  • *Westside CIA seeks to promote a respect for all cultural and religious backgrounds. We welcome people and groups of all faith backgrounds to become volunteers, supporters or recipient organizations.

    All Current Opportunities (In order of Posting Date)

      Holiday Packing Events: The Sheridan Story

      November 19, 2019

      Over 200,000 children in the state of Minnesota live in food insecurity and do not always know if they will receive their next meal. The Sheridan Story’s purpose is to respond to this need by closing the weekend food gap between Friday and Monday, when children are not able to participate in the free or reduced […] Read More >>

      Be a Santa to a Senior: Home Instead

      November 12, 2019

      Home Instead Senior Care partners with local non-profit and community organizations to identify seniors who might not otherwise receive gifts this holiday season. The company then works with local businesses and retail stores to help facilitate the purchase and distribution of gifts by placing trees and ornaments within their various locations. Each senior’s gift requests […] Read More >>

      Wish List Help: Sojourner Project

      November 12, 2019

      For the families who stay at Sojourner, the shelter becomes home for however long or short they are with us. Through the generosity of our community, we fill our board room with toys, games, gift cards, arts supplies and books to be wrapped and enjoyed by the families we work with. We will be collecting […] Read More >>

      Holiday Toy Shoppe: PRISM

      November 12, 2019

      Every kid deserves to enjoy happy holidays. But hundreds of parents in PRISM’s service area struggle to make ends meet. Putting food on the table, keeping the lights on, paying the rent, and providing proper winter clothes are their challenges and priorities. There just isn’t any money left for presents at the holidays. ​In December […] Read More >>

      Individual Volunteer: Missions Inc.

      October 21, 2019

      We have several needs for individuals to help us out: Direct resident support AA/NA facilitators Interpreters Administrative Support Educational or recreational workshops Location: PlymouthAges: 18+ women onlyDate(s): OngoingTime(s): VariesContact: khitchcock@missionsinc.org or 763-559-1883 Website: https://www.missionsinc.org/support-us/volunteerTime Commitment: Depends on the task. Read More >>

      One time opportunities: IOCP

      October 20, 2019

      Are you looking for a one-time project that helps the community but does not require prior training or ongoing commitments? View our volunteer site to see what’s available now! Pack food for seniors or people with disabilities in our food shelf’s home delivery program. Youth (5+) and adults welcome. Volunteer with one of our seasonal programs like Back […] Read More >>

      Group Opportunities: IOCP

      October 20, 2019

      Coordinate a volunteer event that’s rewarding to you and meaningful to your organization. Here are some examples of how groups support our mission: Volunteer as a group in our food shelf assisting our families, restocking our shelves and bagging groceries. Age 14 or older. Weekday mornings and afternoon shifts available. Volunteer as a group in […] Read More >>

      Corporate Volunteering: Hammer

      October 15, 2019

      We enjoy developing opportunities with corporate groups. Engaging with individuals we serve can be a wonderful experience for all. Examples of successful events include bowling parties, craft and game night, and Spring/Fall yard clean-up. To discus corporate options, see the contact information below. Location: 1909 E. Wayzata Blvd.Ages: 18+Date(s): TBDTime(s): TBDContact: cthoma@hammer.orgWebsite: http://www.hammer.orgTime Commitment: TBD Read More >>

      Special Events Volunteer: Hammer

      October 15, 2019

      Assist with our Annual Meeting, Reach for Ralph, the Family Day Picnic, or other annual special events as planned. Volunteers can assist with set-up, decorations, food preparation, entertainment, clean-up and various other jobs. These are one-time commitments for each event. Volunteers are kept on a list and can say ‘yes’f or ‘no’ to events as […] Read More >>

      Operation Christmas Child – Pack a Shoebox: Samaritans Purse

      October 12, 2019

      Operation Christmas Child (part of Samaritan’s Purse) delivers gift-filled shoeboxes to millions of children in over 100 countries. Packing a shoebox with your child is a great way to involve them in helping others – they can pick out items for the shoebox, include a picture and a note, and even keep track of where […] Read More >>

      Senior Hunger Site Volunteer: Second Harvest Heartland

      October 5, 2019

      Second Harvest Heartland provides a box of nutritious food each month to low-income seniors 60 years and over through the Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS). Volunteers in this role assist at distribution sites where Second Harvest Heartland gives out the boxes of groceries. You can assist in the setup, certification and recertification of clients […] Read More >>

      Senior Hunger Site Partner: Second Harvest Heartland

      October 5, 2019

      Second Harvest Heartland provides a box of nutritious food each month to low-income seniors 60 years and over through the Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS). Volunteers in this role lead distribution sites where Second Harvest Heartland gives out the boxes of groceries. Working alongside the other volunteers, the Site Partner is in charge of […] Read More >>

      Womens Personal Shopper: Project for Pride in Living

      October 5, 2019

      Ready for Success provides lower-income women and men who are working towards self-sufficiency with gently-used and new professional clothing and accessories suitable for job interviews and the workplace. Ready for Success Women’s Program is looking for female volunteers who are interested in working one-on-one with women entering or re-entering the workplace to act as a […] Read More >>

      Mens Personal Shopper: Project for Pride in Living

      October 5, 2019

      Ready for Success provides lower-income women and men working towards self-sufficiency with gently used and new professional clothing and accessories suitable for job interviews and the workplace. Volunteers provide an essential service by assisting our clients in shopping our sites for multiple professional outfits, personal care products, accessories, and more. At Ready for Success, our goal is […] Read More >>

      Computer Lab Volunteer: Project for Pride in Living

      October 5, 2019

      Got computer skills? Help adults with barriers to employment build effective online job-search skills.   PPL’s Career Center offers a computer lab open to the public for career-related activities. Lab Volunteers give 1:1 support to adults learning basic computer skills, offering guidance as they search for employment & educational opportunities online. Location & Schedule: PPL […] Read More >>

      Individual and Group Volunteer Needs: Salvation Army

      October 5, 2019

      Here you will find information about applying to be a volunteer. Whether you are looking for a one-time opportunity or something ongoing, read on to learn how you can sign up and do the most good in your community. https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/twin-cities/volunteer Holiday Opportunities:Bell RingingCoat DistributionSpread the Warmth!Toy Shop Registration – Administrative SupportHoliday MealsChristmas Toy Shop DistributionChristmas Decorators Group […] Read More >>

      Group Volunteers: PRISM

      October 5, 2019

      Prism is always in need of Group Volunteers to pitch in where needed. Please contact them for their needs. Location: 1220 Zane Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422Ages: 15 or older, but can be younger if working with parentsDate(s): VariesTime(s): See belowContact: Kevin Lytle,  KLytle@prismmpls.org  or 763-432-4210Website: http://www.prismmpls.org Read More >>

      Food Shelf Back-of-House: PRISM

      October 5, 2019

      The food shelf is the core of PRISM’s programming, and it can only run smoothly with a fantastic team of volunteers. Receive, sort, and stock incoming food, provide housekeeping, and assist with other tasks as needed. There is something for everyone in the food shelf! Location: 1220 Zane Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422Ages: 15 […] Read More >>

      Shop for Change Thrift Store – Sorting Room: PRISM

      October 5, 2019

      Interact directly with program participants and the public in the Shop for Change, PRISM’s Thrift Shop. Sorting Room volunteers are responsible for readying stock for the shop, keeping the shop clean and well-stocked, and greeting and assisting donors. Location: 1220 Zane Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422Ages: 16 or older, but they can be younger […] Read More >>

      Help Homeless Youth: YouthLink

      October 1, 2019

      YouthLink is a nonprofit in downtown Minneapolis that helps young people between the ages of 16 and 23 on their journeys from homeless to hopeful. We welcome young people of all backgrounds, races, genders, and orientations. We connect youth to a community of resources and help them discover pathways that get them where they want […] Read More >>

      Become a Volunteer Ambassador: The Sheridan Story

      September 30, 2019

      Volunteer Ambassadors play a pivotal role in helping to assist The Sheridan Story staff during packing events. They help to oversee and manage large groups of volunteers in making sure that the operations of the packing event run smoothly and the volunteers feel welcomed during their time. Volunteer Ambassadors help to represent the brand of The Sheridan […] Read More >>

      Produce Rescue: The Food Group

      September 30, 2019

      ** PLEASE CHECK BACK NEXT SPRING 2020 FOR UPDATES ** Every Sunday from July to the end of October, volunteers visit all the vendor and farmer booths at the Minneapolis Farmers Market to collect surplus produce from the market that they can no longer sell. If you would like to sign up for a Sunday […] Read More >>

      Buckthorn Busts: City of Plymouth

      September 30, 2019

      Remove invasive species; excellent opportunity for groups. Maple Creek Park; Saturdays, Oct. 19, 26, Nov. 2, 9; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hardenbergh Open Space; Saturdays, Oct. 19, 26; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Location: Maple Creek Park and Hardenbergh Open SpaceAges: AllDate(s): See AboveTime(s): See Above Contact: Jackie Maas; jmaas@plymouthmn.govTime Commitment: varies Read More >>

      Hockey Ticket Takers: City of Plymouth

      September 30, 2019

      Take tickets at high school hockey games. Location: Plymouth Ice CenterAges: 21+Date(s): November – FebruaryTime(s): variesContact: Jackie Maas; jmaas@plymouthmn.govTime Commitment: varies Read More >>

      Tree Planting Events: Tree Trust

      September 30, 2019

      ** PLEASE CHECK BACK FALL 2020 FOR MORE EVENTS ** There are several opportunities to plant trees this fall! Please check out our Fall 2019 Volunteer Events page below. Location: 1419 Energy Park Drive, St. Paul, MN 55108 Ages: All ages Date(s): October 19 and 26, 2019 Time(s): Varies Contact: volunteer@treetrust.org Website: http://treetrust.org/fall-2019-volunteer-opportunities/ Time Commitment: […] Read More >>

      Group Volunteers: Open Arms

      September 24, 2019

      We have fun, flexible group opportunities in the kitchen, on delivery, and at the farm, as well as special opportunities for events and projects. Whether you’re looking for a one-time experience or an ongoing shift, we’ll work with you to find a opportunity that fits your group. To get started, please email our staff: To […] Read More >>

      Graphic Designer: myHealth for Teens and Young Adults

      September 24, 2019

      myHealth is seeking an experienced graphic designer who can assist us in maintaining our brand and identity through printed materials, website, social media content, etc. Location: 15 8th Avenue South, Hopkins, MN 55343Ages: 18+Date(s): Whenever availableTime(s): Whenever availableContact: info@myhealthmn.org or call 952-767-0929Website: http://www.myhealthmn.orgTime Commitment: Average of 1-2 hrs/wk Read More >>

      Grant Writer: myHealth for Teens and Young Adults

      September 24, 2019

      myHealth is looking for an individual to help us with grant writing. Prepare grant proposal / letters of inquiry templates to generate funding. Create new grant proposal templates as needed. Research prospective funders and develop a grant submissions calendar. Location: 15 8th Avenue South, Hopkins, MN 55343Ages: 18+Date(s): Whenever availableTime(s): Whenever availableContact: info@myhealthmn.org or call […] Read More >>

      Development Volunteer: myHealth for Teens and Young Adults

      September 24, 2019

      Help advance myHealth’s development/fundraising efforts through special events, online-fundraising, solicitation letters, workplace giving, etc. Identify, cultivate and solicit prospective donors. Help renew the support of past donors. Much of the work can be done virtually, but would like someone who can meet bi-weekly to touch base and work together. Location: 15 8th Avenue South, Hopkins, […] Read More >>

      Community Engagement Volunteer: myHealth for Teens and Young Adults

      September 24, 2019

      myHealth is a 501(c) non-profit health clinic. We provide medical and mental health counseling to young people ages 12-26 on a sliding fee scale. People can use insurance if they have it, but if they don’t have it, can’t afford it, are undocumented citizens, or if it is unsafe for them to use their insurance, […] Read More >>

      Fall Raking: Senior Community Services

      September 18, 2019

      If you are dreaming of getting outside to volunteer, now is a great time to volunteer with Senior Community Services HOME Program! Our volunteers help seniors 60+ in Hennepin County stay in their homes safely and independently for as long as possible (often the most affordable option) by providing a helping hand with chores they […] Read More >>

      Expanding access to healthy food: Matter

      June 11, 2019

      MATTER is a global non-profit focused on providing people with healthier lives. The MATTERbox concept is simple: provide a box of healthy, shelf-stable meals and nutrition education to help people take their first steps towards a healthier life. Individual and corporate groups of volunteers participate in the MATTERbox Challenge to pack healthy meals and prepare […] Read More >>

      Marketing/Events Volunteer: Hearts & Hammers

      May 6, 2019

      *** PLEASE CHECK BACK SPRING 2020 FOR UPDATES *** Duties: Website/ Social Media Events/Fundraisers Internships Photography Location: On-SiteAges: 18+Date(s): Spring 2020Time(s): VariesContact: 651-636-0797 or info@heartsandhammers.orghttps://heartsandhammers.org/individual-volunteer-registration-form/Website: https://heartsandhammers.org/Time Commitment: Varies; duration dependent on volunteer availability. Read More >>

      Technical Inspector: Hearts & Hammers

      May 6, 2019

      *** PLEASE CHECK BACK SPRING 2020 FOR UPDATES *** Experience: Construction/construction project management background, college students currently in senior year with construction focus or job related experience. Identify: Roof conditions Paint needs Home surface type Basic exterior needs Provide: Estimate level of project difficulty Overview of technical needs Volunteer safety concerns Power washing notes Location: […] Read More >>

      Home Coordinator: Hearts & Hammers

      May 6, 2019

      *** PLEASE CHECK BACK SPRING 2020 FOR UPDATES *** Duties: Main contact for homeowner & team captains Facilitate scope meetings & goal setting Onsite program day for team support Knowledge regarding Hearts & Hammers process (training provided) Location: On-SiteAges: 18+…Project management/ management in a related field of construction, or previous Hearts & Hammers leadership experience […] Read More >>

      Program Day Logistics Volunteer: Hearts & Hammers

      May 6, 2019

      *** PLEASE CHECK BACK SPRING 2020 FOR UPDATES *** Duties: Debris removal Waste assistance Ladder pickup Warehouse supply return assist Supply replenish to teams Coffee and donut pick up Location: On-SiteAges: 18+Date(s): Spring 2020 Time(s): VariesContact: 651-636-0797 or info@heartsandhammers.orghttps://heartsandhammers.org/individual-volunteer-registration-form/Website: https://heartsandhammers.org/Time Commitment: One day; duration dependent on volunteer availability. Read More >>

      Warehouse Volunteer: Hearts & Hammers

      May 6, 2019

      *** PLEASE CHECK BACK SPRING 2020 FOR UPDATES *** Duties:  Organization  Supply replenish  Inventory in supply, yard tools and paint sections Location: 2599 Fairview Ave N, St Paul, MN 55113 Ages: 12+Date(s): Spring 2020Time(s): VariesContact: 651-636-0797 or info@heartsandhammers.org https://heartsandhammers.org/individual-volunteer-registration-form/ Website: https://heartsandhammers.org/ Time Commitment: Varies; volunteer groups can schedule any time, date, and duration. Read More >>

      Fresh Produce Distribution: PRISM

      May 3, 2019

      Please check back to this Posting Spring 2020 for more details. We are looking for 5-8 people to help us with the Fresh Produce Distribution days. Duties: Welcome attendees, Help attendees by offering to carry produce to their vehicle. Location: Elim Lutheran Church: 3978 W Broadway Ave, Robbinsdale, MN 55422 Ages: 15 or older, but […] Read More >>

      Produce Team: The Food Group

      May 3, 2019

      Please visit our site Spring 2020 for more details on this volunteer opportunity. Spring is such an exciting time for our Produce Programs team – seedlings are sprouting, perennials begin to leaf out, and we start planning our farm partners for the season. Do you want to get involved this season? We have so many […] Read More >>

      Group Volunteer: Missions Inc.

      February 19, 2019

      We have several needs for groups to help out:Adopt-a-Room: Repaint and decorate a bedroom or other area of the shelter. For group of 4-8 in each room. We provide paint; your group provides everything else.Un-Birthday Party: Organize an “Un-Birthday” Party for the children at the shelter. Group sizes 5-9. Your group provides all the supplies.Spa […] Read More >>

      North Woods Chapter: National Charity League

      November 18, 2018

      National Charity League, Inc. (NCL) is the nation’s most distinctive, well-respected mother-daughter membership organization and is committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. We are starting a new North Woods chapter that will encompass the school districts of Wayzata, Plymouth, Maple Grove and the northwest Minneapolis area. If you would like to foster […] Read More >>

      Care Packages for Care Givers: Senior Community Services

      November 14, 2018

      Put together a Care Package for a Care Giver! Our social workers would like to be able to offer our care givers who are caring for a loved one in the community. Care giving for a seniors is so rewarding, but challenging and can be stressful and make a caregiver’s life unpredictable. We would like […] Read More >>

      Volunteers Needed: Senior Community Services

      September 27, 2018

      VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITES Senior Community Services relies on volunteers. Help us help more older adults! Last year, thousands of amazing volunteers came together to assist older adults and support their caregivers. Join us! Help older adults in your community. We cover all of Suburban Hennepin County and Minneapolis, including Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina, Richfield, St. Louis […] Read More >>

      Gift Shop Operations and Product Creation: Art 2 Heart

      September 21, 2018

      Art 2 Heart is 100% Volunteer-Operated Just as Jesus fed over 5,000 people with the 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish offered up in faith, volunteers and supporters of Art 2 Heart offer whatever their “loaf” or “fish” may be in terms of time, talent, or treasure — and the Lord faithfully multiplies it […] Read More >>

      Group Respite Volunteer: Normandale Center

      September 21, 2018

      Weekend opportunity to provide respite for care givers of seniors who are experiencing memory loss. Group respite is available to care receivers while their care giver attends education and support groups. Respite activities and leadership are provided by the Normandale Center for Healing and Wholeness. The Center provides 1:1 volunteer partnership for respite reservations. Location: […] Read More >>

      Memory Companion: Normandale Center

      September 21, 2018

      Volunteers spend time with individuals who have mild to moderate memory loss while their caregivers take a break or attend support groups and programs offered by the Center or others in the community. Time commitment is flexible. The purpose and role of this position is to provide safe and nurturing support for the person with […] Read More >>

      Friendly Visitor Volunteer: Normandale Center

      September 21, 2018

      The Friendly Visitor Volunteer will be trained and matched with an elder and may work with 1-2 other people to do friendly visiting on a regular basis. The visit may include friendly visiting, running errands (groceries, drug store for example) with or for the elder, taking a walk, going out for lunch or coffee, helping […] Read More >>

      Women’s Advocate: Missions Inc.

      May 10, 2018

      Become an advocate for victims of domestic violence. Provide support to staff at Home Free Shelter for battered women and their children. Answer 24 hours crisis line, work one on one with residents, handle various duties. Training is provided. Location: Plymouth Ages: 18+ women only Date(s): Ongoing Time(s): Varies Contact: khitchcock@missionsinc.org or  763-559-1883 Website: https://www.missionsinc.org/support-us/volunteer […] Read More >>

      Orono Needs You: Orono SPARKS

      May 8, 2018

      SCHOOL YEAR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Volunteer to Help Students in the SPARKS Program Volunteers work with elementary and middle school students with a focus on reading, relationships and encouragement for completing homework. The program meets twice a week after school at two area churches. Must be 15 years and older to help *Monday & Wednesday from […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Opportunities: Great River Greening

      April 24, 2018

      Volunteer Opportunities Individuals and families; corporations and businesses; youth and adult groups; environmental and outdoor clubs; community and service organizations; faith-based groups, and college, high school, and middle school students. We only require that children under 12 are accompanied by an adult. We provide all of the equipment and no prior experience is necessary! All […] Read More >>

      Multiple Volunteer Opportunities: IOCP

      March 13, 2018

      GET INSPIRED WITH THE POSSIBILITIES & WE’LL HELP YOU FIND YOUR ROLE! There’s nothing quite like the magic of volunteering alongside friends, family members or co-workers. Interfaith Outreach has year-round opportunities for individuals, high school students, families, civic groups, corporations, faith communities and friends to make a lasting impact together. We also have opportunities for you […] Read More >>

      Home Improvement: Hearts and Hammers

      March 13, 2018

      The mission of Hearts & Hammers –Twin Cities is to provide exterior home improvement assistance for Senior Citizens, Disabled Adults, and Veterans of the United States Armed Forces or their Surviving Spouse so that they may continue living independently. Labor for Program Days is provided by teams of volunteers from Twin Cities-area businesses, professional associations, […] Read More >>

      Fight hunger, youth mentoring, poverty education and senior services: Greater Minneapolis Community Connections

      March 13, 2018

      Greater Minneapolis Community Connections true strength is in our ability to mobilize caring people to make a difference. GMCC serves mothers, fathers, kids and families in the Twin Cities area and throughout greater Minnesota. Our core mission is uniting people of faith, serving people in need. We strive to prevent hunger, provide a positive foundation […] Read More >>

      Event Volunteer: Children’s Hospital Minnesota

      March 13, 2018

      As a volunteer at Children’s Hospital Minnesota, you’ll get to be part of the team that is privileged to care for the most amazing people on earth. From reading books to patients and their siblings to helping out at a fundraiser, you’ll provide crucial support to our patients, families and staff. How you can help? […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Opportunties: Hennepin County Library

      March 9, 2018

      Support your library’s daily operations, programs and services. FOR ADULTS (ages 20+)… How to apply: *Check out the current volunteer opportunities. *Complete a volunteer application. *View the online orientation. *Schedule an interview.   Web usability sessions Volunteers needed to participate in usability sessions to help improve the library website. FOR TEENS (ages 12-19)… How to apply: […] Read More >>

      Private Volunteer Event: The Sheridan Story

      March 7, 2018

      Over 200,000 children in the state of Minnesota live in food insecurity and do not always know if they will receive their next meal. The Sheridan Story’s purpose is to respond to this need by closing the weekend food gap between Friday and Monday, when children are not able to participate in the free or reduced […] Read More >>

      Public Packing Events: The Sheridan Story

      March 7, 2018

      Over 200,000 children in the state of Minnesota live in food insecurity and do not always know if they will receive their next meal. The Sheridan Story’s purpose is to respond to this need by closing the weekend food gap between Friday and Monday, when children are not able to participate in the free or reduced […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Initiatives: City of Wayzata

      March 5, 2018

      Please join us in helping our City and building community spirit. There are many volunteer opportunities to fit flexible schedules. Use the Volunteer Form to express your interest or provide comments about our program or send an email to the program coordinators. The following volunteer initiatives are available: Big Woods Initiative Gardens Initiative Public Works […] Read More >>

      Volunteer in store, Foundation office or at our events: Hope Chest

      March 5, 2018

      Hope Chest for Breast Cancer relies on volunteer support for our Resale Shops, Foundation Office, and events.  Join us to help further our mission to provide the quickest access to help for the most urgent daily needs of local breast cancer patients and their families, including housing, transportation, utilities, food and child care. There are a wide […] Read More >>

      Creating a more humane world for animals: Animal Humane Society

      March 5, 2018

      From in-shelter support to at-home foster care, volunteers support every facet of our work. Together, we’re creating a more humane world for animals. Volunteer requirements: *Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. If you’re younger than 16, there are other ways to get involved: Click Here. *AHS requires a one-year commitment to volunteering. In-shelter […] Read More >>

      Support Group Program Volunteer: TreeHouse

      December 14, 2017

      TreeHouse, Inc. is a Christian-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring hope to hurting youth and families, leading to life transformation. TreeHouse provides a safe place for at-risk youth who are experiencing difficulties at home, in school or in their communities to strive and grow by combining long-term caring relationships with year-round balanced programs. […] Read More >>

      Crisis Line / Shelter Support: Sojourner Project

      November 14, 2017

      Join our team by becoming a Crisis Line/Shelter Assistant! Answer calls that come into our shelter through our 24 hour Crisis Line. Provide information, crisis intervention, listening support and referral of resources to callers. Other duties include: clerical support, kitchen help, and support for residents and advocates with the daily routine.  Volunteer Requirements Good phone […] Read More >>

      Child care volunteers: Sojourner Project

      November 14, 2017

      Make a difference and work directly with children in our program! Help our advocates with our children’s program in both the shelter and our community program. We are looking for positive role models to assist children with homework, reading, arts and crafts and playtime. Volunteer Requirements Must like children, good communication skills and willing to […] Read More >>

      Bell Ringing: Salvation Army

      October 25, 2017

      The bell ringing season starts each November and runs through Christmas Eve, when the red kettles are packed away for the season. Volunteers are the difference between an empty kettle and one that raises about $30 per hour – enough to provide a family with two bags of groceries, or shelter an individual for a […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Hub: The Food Group

      October 25, 2017

      We have many upcoming volunteer opportunities available, search here often: https://thefoodgroupmn.volunteerhub.com/events/index Volunteer shifts are typically 2 hours. Open dates will list if morning or afternoon times are available. All volunteers must sign a waiver. All volunteers must wear closed-toe shoes in the warehouse. If you show any signs of cold, flu or sickness please abstain from repackaging food. No one […] Read More >>

      Holiday Boutique and Wishlist: Sojourner Project

      October 24, 2017

      The holiday season is upon us!  For many families we serve, this time of the year can be especially difficult.  We are fortunate to be able to provide a Holiday Boutique every year.  This could not happen without the support of generous donors. Our board room is transformed into a winter wonderland and new toys and gifts are […] Read More >>

      Childrens Play Area: IOCP

      October 16, 2017

      Supervise and play with children (ages 0-8) in the Children’s Play Area while parents or guardians are attending to business at Interfaith Outreach (e.g. Meeting with a case manager, visiting the food shelf, job searching in our computer lab, etc.). Check in children and supervise while parents access our resources. Middle school youth are welcome to […] Read More >>

      Wayzata Volunteers

      September 11, 2017

      We need your help in Wayzata: – Public Gardens – Adopt-A-Garden – The Big Woods – Administration – Community Services – Emerald Ash Borer Tree Legacy Census Location: Wayzata, MN Ages: All Ages Date(s): Varies Time(s): Varies Contact: volunteers@wayzata.org Website: https://westsidecia.org Time Commitment: Varies Read More >>

      Food Shelf Donation Pick-up and Hauler: IOCP

      May 12, 2017

      Help gather and load up donations from local retailers to be transported back to the food shelf. Heavy lifting required. Can be done as a family. Location: 1605 County Road 101 N, Plymouth, MN 55447 Ages: Any age Date(s): Ongoing Time(s): Weekday mornings, Saturday mornings and some Wednesday evenings Contact: Najmo Yusuf @ nyusuf@iocp.org or 763-489-7505 Website: https://www.iocp.org/volunteer/ […] Read More >>

      Enrichment Activity: Crisis Nursery

      May 1, 2017

      Up to three volunteers lead a large muscle movement activity for the children at the Nursery. Activities can include games, sports, music and dance, creative movement, arts & crafts, and more. Let’s do it! If you are able, we would love for you to attend one of our information sessions. If you have previously attended a […] Read More >>

      Growing and Gleaning: The Food Group

      May 1, 2017

      GROWING The Food Group Farm is located on the front lawn of our property in New Hope, MN. With the help of volunteers, we grow and harvest thousands of pounds of pesticide-free fresh produce each season to be donated to food shelf partners. GLEANING Fruits of The City works with backyard fruit tree owners and local orchards […] Read More >>

      Group Volunteer Event: The Food Group

      May 1, 2017

      Planning a group activity? We can accommodate groups from 10 to 50 people. Our warehouse is open 9am-5pm Monday through Friday, and we do have some availability for evening and Saturday shifts upon request. For Saturday groups we do have a minimum requirement of 15 people.  Please be aware that: Volunteer shifts are typically 2 hours. Open dates […] Read More >>

      Individual Volunteer Event: The Food Group

      May 1, 2017

      We dedicate select Tuesdays from 9-11am and the second Wednesday evening each month for individuals looking to help us fight hunger. These individual volunteers come together and help us pack and sort food from 5-7pm. Location: 8501 54th Ave. N, New Hope, MN 55428 Ages: 8+ Date(s): Tuesdays and second Wednesday evening each month from 5-7PM Time(s): […] Read More >>

      Companionship: Normandale Center

      May 1, 2017

      Seeking Volunteers at the Colony a Senior Living community in Eden Prairie. 1:1 visiting, music, assist with manicures, games. Families volunteering together encouraged! Location: 6100 Normandale Road, Edina MN 55436 Ages: 8+ Date(s): varies Time(s): varies Contact: Cheryl Nickelson 952-977-9374, cnickelson@normandalecenter.org  Website: http://www.normandalecenter.org Time Commitment: varies Read More >>

      The Passage Community: The Birthday Party Project

      May 1, 2017

      We do monthly birthday parties at the Passage Community. Our parties are on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 6-8. Volunteers help set up, clean up, and most importantly have fun with the kids and families. All supplies are provided. You have the option of purchasing a birthday gift for a specific child–a great way to […] Read More >>

      Child Care: Crisis Nursery

      May 1, 2017

      Individuals assist our professional child care staff with direct care for the children that stay at the Crisis Nursery. Child care volunteers are required to complete an application, attend a tour/information session, sit for an interview, submit a background check, participate in a four-hour orientation and practice hands-on training before starting. Let’s do it! Attend/sign […] Read More >>

      Police Reserves: City of Plymouth

      May 1, 2017

      Police Reserves Assist sworn officers with traffic and crowd control, transportation of prisoners, surveillance and patrol activities, special events and other education programs.  Must be 21 years or older, commit to 15 hours a month, have a clean driving record and background check.  Location: varies Ages: 21+ Date(s): varies Time(s): varies Contact: Jackie Maas; jmaas@plymouthmn.gov Time Commitment: varies Read More >>

      Ghost Rider: City of Plymouth

      May 1, 2017

      Ghost Rider – Plymouth Metro Link and Dial-A-Ride Provide feedback and quality control checks during rides on Plymouth Metro Link and Dial-A-Ride buses to improve customer service. Transit coupons will be provided for use in the volunteer responsibilities.  Location: varies Ages: 21+ Date(s): varies Time(s): varies Contact: Jackie Maas; jmaas@plymouthmn.gov Time Commitment: varies Read More >>

      Food Drive: The Sheridan Story

      April 10, 2017

      Over 200,000 children in the state of Minnesota live in food insecurity and do not always know if they will receive their next meal. The Sheridan Story’s purpose is to respond to this need by closing the weekend food gap between Friday and Monday, when children are not able to participate in the free or reduced […] Read More >>

      Adopt-a-Home: Hammer

      March 7, 2017

      Hammer is a non-profit that supports individuals with developmental disabilities. We are looking for individuals and families who like to have fun. Volunteers can host a pizza and movie night, game night, arts and crafts, or a variety of other activities in one of our homes. Volunteers will build a rapport and spend quality time […] Read More >>

      Photographer: Hammer

      February 13, 2017

      Connect with Hammer’s Communication department and those we serve by taking high resolution photos at our special events. Contact: cthoma@hammer.org Location: 1909 E. Wayzata Blvd. Ages: 18+ Date(s): Ongoing Time(s): Ongoing Contact: cthoma@hammer.org Website: https://hammer.org Time Commitment: 1-4 hours monthly Read More >>

      Seamstress/Tailor: Hammer

      February 13, 2017

      Hammer is looking for volunteers who can hem, sew, or fix clothing or material items for the individuals we support. Owning or having access to a sewing machine is greatly beneficial. We request that volunteers pick up the items at our Central Office, then drop them back off when completed. We greatly appreciate volunteers that […] Read More >>

      Direct Service Volunteer: Hammer

      February 13, 2017

      Provide one-on-one companionship to an individual with developmental disabilities. Provide support, guidance, and friendship to an individual who shares similar interests. A chance to give back to your community while having fun at the same time! Meet with the individual you are matched with about once a month or more frequently if time allows. The […] Read More >>

      Guitar Instructor: Hammer

      January 26, 2017

      Here is an opportunity to share your love of music! Hammer.org is looking for a guitar instructor to teach individuals with developmental disabilities how to play the guitar. We are looking to recruit individuals who already know how to play the guitar well and have a positive attitude. This is a fantastic opportunity to make […] Read More >>

      Wellness Coach: Hammer

      January 26, 2017

      Provide support to an individual with developmental disabilities who would like to improve their health in areas of fitness, nutrition, or wellness. Meet once every week or two to participate in an exercise activity of that person’s choice, cook a healthy meal together, or participate in a stress relieving activity such as yoga or meditation. […] Read More >>

      Mentor and Tutor Youth: Project for Pride in Living

      December 2, 2016

      Program Description: Project for Pride in Living (PPL) builds the hope, assets, and self-reliance of individuals and families who have lower incomes by providing transformative affordable housing and employment readiness services. PPL’s tutoring & mentoring program, PPL Scholars, serves families transitioning out of chronic homelessness by supporting youth in grades K-5 to thrive through relationship building, […] Read More >>

      Pet Therapy: Meridian Manor

      October 6, 2016

      Pet Therapy:  Meridian Manor Senior Living in Wayzata is looking for Pet Therapy Volunteers.  Do you have a dog who is good with people?  We would love to have you visit with our seniors.  Note: We will need records of the dog’s current vaccinations.  Since we are health care community, the owner will need to […] Read More >>

      Communications/Administrative Volunteer: Normandale Center

      May 10, 2016

      Administrative and classroom support for health-related classes and program offerings for older adults, caregivers. Assist program staff with member surveys, data collection and reporting. Program evaluation support compiling pre- and post-test surveys, spreadsheet entry and management, reporting, identifying impact areas for future programming. Assisting with communications related to: newsletter articles, first-person stories, special events, social […] Read More >>

      Park Volunteer: Three Rivers Park District

      May 10, 2016

      Put your talent, passion, and energy to use in the parks! Three Rivers offers ongoing and short-term ways to volunteer as individuals or groups. Get Involved Now: http://www.threeriversparks.org/volunteer Events and Races: Autumn Woods Classic Race, Halloween events, Nordic Ski Opener, Candy Cane Hunt. Programs: Nature, farm, recreation, history and art programs, weekdays and weekends Service Projects: […] Read More >>

      Help fix Bikes: Free Bikes 4 Kidz

      May 6, 2016

      Donate a Bike this Fall! Come help Free Bikes 4 Kidz clean and fix up gently used bikes! Come share the joy of having a bike with children in our community, by getting donated bikes ready to ride! No experience is necessary, we are looking for volunteers of all skill levels. With the support of […] Read More >>

      Volunteer: Second Harvest Heartland

      May 4, 2016

      Volunteer Opportunities – www.2harvest.org/volunteer Food & Fund Drives – https://www.2harvest.org/get-involved/participate/food-and-fund-drives/ Food Donations – http://www.2harvest.org/get-involved/ways-to-donate-food/individual-food-donations.html#.VzDlC7f2YdU Location: 7101 Winnetka Ave. N., Brooklyn Park, MN 55428, Volunteers enter through the front. Brooklyn Park: Office Hours Monday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM; volunteer shifts available Tuesday–Saturday.Ages: 8+Date(s): Tuesday – SaturdayTime(s): VariesContact: 651.209.7980 or sstillman@2harvest.org Website: http://www.2harvest.orgTime Commitment: Varies Read More >>

      Sort and Repack Food: Second Harvest Heartland

      May 4, 2016

      Sort and Repack Food – Every day we need more than 300 volunteers to help us get food to people in need. Our warehouse in Brooklyn Park offers a variety of experiences for individuals and groups. Sign Up Now Location: 7101 Winnetka Ave. N., Brooklyn Park, MN 55428, Volunteers enter through the front. Brooklyn Park: Office Hours Monday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM; volunteer […] Read More >>

      Food and Fund Drive: Second Harvest Heartland

      May 4, 2016

      Regular Food Drive: Collect non-perishable food donations and monetary donations at your place of work, church, school or other organization Virtual Food Drive: For greater convenience, create a virtual food drive using our simple online tool. Donors can “shop” online for food products to make a donation. Location: 7101 Winnetka Ave. N., Brooklyn Park, MN […] Read More >>

      Meal Service Program – Lunch: YouthLink

      November 16, 2015

      Meal Service Volunteers provide lunch for approximately 70 youth in our Drop-In Center on any Wednesday or Thursday. This opportunity is perfect for groups of 3-5 people. Volunteers are expected to purchase groceries for the meal, as well as prepare and serve the meal. The average cost of groceries for the meal is $250. Typical […] Read More >>

      People Serving People: The Birthday Party Project

      September 28, 2015

      We do monthly birthday parties at People Serving People (the largest family shelter in the Twin Cities). Our parties are on the 3rd Friday of each month from 6-8. Volunteers help set up, clean up, and most importantly have fun with the kids and families. All supplies are provided. You have the option of purchasing a […] Read More >>

      Events: Gigi’s Playhouse

      September 14, 2015

      If interested in helping with events at GiGi’s Playhouse Twin Cities please contact the playhouse at 952-926-3660 or email twincities@gigisplayhouse.org Location: 4740 Park Glen Road, St. Louis Park, MN 55416 Ages: Varies Date(s): Varies Time(s): Varies Contact: 952-926-3660 Website: https://gigisplayhouse.org/twincities/ Time Commitment: Varies Read More >>

      Programs: Gigi’s Playhouse

      September 14, 2015

      Programs Program Leader:  The Program Leader plays an integral role within GiGi’s Playhouse Programs – to facilitate skill development activities and connect with families.  It is preferred that the Program Leader has advanced education and/or training in developmental therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral therapy, social work, special education, speech-language therapy, music, dance, art or […] Read More >>

      Administrative Tasks: Gigi’s Playhouse

      September 14, 2015

      Administrative/General Computer/Tech/Media: Hook up the copier/printer, come in as needed for computer assistance, and organize/label wii and x-box games/set up informational slide show on television. Handyman: touch up painting, fix broken toys, fix trim around stage, replace smoke detectors, etc. Marketing/PR: contacting media for events, help write press releases, create flyers and brochures for GiGi’s Playhouse Twin Cities. Writers: for […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Gardener: The Donation Garden

      June 18, 2015

      Please visit our posting Spring 2020 for more details on this volunteer opportunity. The Donation Garden has planted, harvested and delivered fresh, healthy produce to local food shelves since 2011. The Donation Garden is a 501(c)3 non-profit. 100% of the produce grown is donated to those in need.The Garden is funded only by generous in-kind donations. […] Read More >>

      Food Shelf: IOCP

      June 18, 2015

      Volunteers needed in the IOCP food shelf. Assist our customers with shopping, bagging groceries, and answering questions. Mondays or Tuesdays, 2:30-5:30 p.m., Wednesdays 3:30 – 6:30pm, or Wednesdays or Fridays, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Training required. Flexible schedule! Location: 1605 County Road 101 N Ages: High School or older Date(s): Ongoing Time(s): Varies Contact: Najmo Yusuf @ nyusuf@iocp.org […] Read More >>

      Mentoring, Homework Help, Food Pick-ups and more: Mobile Hope

      June 10, 2015

      We have over 200 mobile homes in this park, and just recently opened a new community center for our residents.  The new community center has a computer lab, exercise room, game room and meeting areas.  We are looking for volunteers: Homework Help / Tutors – Teachers and volunteers are needed to assist students with homework and/or tutor them […] Read More >>

      Coated in Love

      November 21, 2014

      We are looking for NEW heavy winter coats, new hats and new mittens for kids age newborn – 18 years old.  The winter gear is distributed annually at Mary’s Place, a transitional shelter in a Minneapolis. A “pop up” store is set up for the kids to choose the style, color and size that they want! […] Read More >>

      Host a Birthday Party: Cheerful Givers

      October 30, 2014

      Cheerful Givers is excited to offer you the opportunity to host your next birthday (or event) at our headquarters. We have three packages you can choose from, basic, plus and ultimate. With each birthday package your group will be given all the materials they need to assemble gift bags for less fortunate children. Participants can […] Read More >>

      Event Help: YouthLink

      October 30, 2014

      We serve youth ages 16-24. Based on the nature of the event we might need: Help at the information booth/table Phone bank Event set up and tear down Greeting Meal service help Child care help Location: 41 N 12th Street Ages: The minimum age to volunteer during the week is 21 and over the weekend (Saturday […] Read More >>

      Cook For Kids: Crisis Nursery

      October 29, 2014

      There are three ways you can participate: Shopper – No payment to the Nursery. Your group purchases and brings your own groceries, making a recipe of your choice based on our meal grid. Chef – $100 – Keep it simple – we find a fun recipe and provide the food. All you need to do is arrive at the […] Read More >>

      Creative Snack: Crisis Nursery

      October 29, 2014

      There are three ways you can participate: Shopper – No payment to the Nursery. Your group purchases and brings your own groceries, making a recipe of your choice. Chef – $50 – Keep it simple – we find a fun recipe and provide the food. All you need to do is arrive at the scheduled time and […] Read More >>

      Meal Prep Groups: Sojourner Project

      September 17, 2014

      This is a great way to provide a little extra comfort and care to people going through a difficult time and a great opportunity for people who enjoy cooking to serve together. Groups of 2-4 people (ages 18+) prepare dinner for our residents. Shifts are currently booked on a once a month rotation system, but […] Read More >>

      Donation Drive for Homeless Youth: YouthLink

      February 5, 2014

      We are looking for passionate community members to host donation drives to support YouthLink and the youth we work with. We serve youth ages 16-24. Donation Drives Winter drive: coats, mittens and gloves, scarves (new or gently used) Clothing drive: men’s and women’s (new or gently used). Bras, socks, and underwear (new only) Hygiene drive: […] Read More >>

      Kids Against Hunger: YWAM

      September 25, 2013

      Every six seconds one child dies from hunger related causes. This is crazy! Especially when you think about the fact that we produce enough food to feed every person in the world over 4 pounds of food everyday! Something is not right. But you can make a difference. We have had a WONDERFUL year with Kids […] Read More >>

      Host a Mobile Packing Event: The Food Group

      March 4, 2013

      Mobile Packs are unique volunteer events hosted and funded by your business, place of worship, school or other community group in order to put together packs for Minnesotans in need. These packs will be distributed to our food shelf partners and will provide much needed food or household items for hard-working families who struggle to […] Read More >>

      Host a Birthday Bag Blitz: Cheerful Givers

      January 28, 2013

      Cheerful Givers helps families by helping to provide toy-filled birthday gift bags to food shelves and shelters so that parents living in poverty can give their child a birthday gift. This simple gesture boosts self-esteem, enhances self-worth, and strengthens bonds in families. Your family or group will assemble birthday bags with new toys for children […] Read More >>

      Meals for Teens: TreeHouse

      January 21, 2013

      TreeHouse, Inc. is a Christian-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring hope to hurting youth and families, leading to life transformation. TreeHouse provides a safe place for at-risk youth who are experiencing difficulties at home, in school or in their communities to strive and grow by combining long-term caring relationships with year-round balanced programs. […] Read More >>

      Community Development Team Member: TreeHouse

      January 21, 2013

      The TreeHouse Community Volunteer Program focuses on fulfilling the needs of TreeHouse in the communities we serve while providing meaningful engagement opportunities for the volunteers themselves.  The TreeHouse Community Volunteer Program seeks to create the best overall experience for the volunteer through adequate preparation, resources, support and infrastructure that will in return make the greatest […] Read More >>

      TH Next Coaching: TreeHouse

      January 21, 2013

      TreeHouse, Inc. is a Christian-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring hope to hurting youth and families, leading to life transformation. TreeHouse provides a safe place for at-risk youth who are experiencing difficulties at home, in school or in their communities to strive and grow by combining long-term caring relationships with year-round balanced programs. […] Read More >>

      Connect Program Volunteer: TreeHouse

      January 20, 2013

      TreeHouse, Inc. is a Christian-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring hope to hurting youth and families, leading to life transformation. TreeHouse provides a safe place for at-risk youth who are experiencing difficulties at home, in school or in their communities to strive and grow by combining long-term caring relationships with year-round balanced programs. […] Read More >>

      Donation Drive Coordinator: myHealth for Teens and Young Adults

      December 18, 2012

      Volunteers are needed to coordinate and execute drives to collect items needed to ease the budget of myHealth. This is a fun project for women’s and church groups and scout troops or others. Lists and flyers are provided and volunteers are asked to collect items and bring them to their local myHealth location or purchase […] Read More >>

      Gift Card Drive Coordinator: myHealth for Teens and Young Adults

      December 18, 2012

      Volunteers are needed to coordinate and execute gift card drives to collect gift cards to help the budget for myHealth for Teens and Young Adults. This is a fun project for women’s and church groups and scout troops. This opportunity can be done around the holidays or any time of the year at your place […] Read More >>

      Helping Seniors with Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Clare Bridge

      December 6, 2012

      Quality Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Community in Plymouth, Minnesota Clare Bridge of Plymouth located in Plymouth, Minnesota provides Alzheimer’s and dementia care for seniors and offers the promise of Daily Moments of Success. Clare Bridge is a Brookdale Senior Living community dedicated to serving the special care needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other […] Read More >>

      Events Volunteer: TreeHouse

      December 3, 2012

      The TreeHouse Community Volunteer Program focuses on fulfilling the needs of TreeHouse in the communities we serve while providing meaningful engagement opportunities for the volunteers themselves.  The TreeHouse Community Volunteer Program seeks to create the best overall experience for the volunteer through adequate preparation, resources, support and infrastructure that will in return make the greatest […] Read More >>

      Cook and Deliver Meals to people in our community with life-threatening illnesses: Open Arms

      November 29, 2012

      With Open Arms, we nourish body, mind and soul. It’s a simple notion: people who are sick should not be without food. Yet it happens every day that people in our community with life-threatening illnesses find themselves unable to shop or cook — and, often, without the support network to help.  That’s where we come […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Opportunities: Adopt-A-Pet Shop

      November 8, 2012

      The Adopt-A-Pet Shop is a division of S.O.S. Rescue Relief, Inc., a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, dedicated to providing various levels of support to animal rescue groups, shelters and sanctuaries. We are a volunteer based adoption center located in Plymouth, MN. Our primary mission is to assist rescue groups and shelters in finding permanent homes for […] Read More >>

      Master Water Stewards: Freshwater Society

      October 26, 2012

      We are now accepting applications for the next class of Master Water Stewards! Since Freshwater developed the Master Water Stewards program in 2013, 277 Stewards have been certified and are volunteering their time for watershed districts, cities, and environmental groups; participating on city and local government boards; influencing policy; and improving the health of our […] Read More >>

      Volunteer at ReSale Select: IOCP

      October 16, 2012

      Volunteer at ReSale Select to help raise funds to support programs of Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners and serve struggling families. ReSale Select offers many exciting opportunities to get involved: •Receiving and Showroom Team Lead oversees volunteers in the receiving and showroom areas. •Showroom Associate assists customers, replenishes merchandise, and prices items for sale. •Cashier creates […] Read More >>

      Volunteer Host Home: Suburban Host Home

      October 16, 2012

      The Suburban Host Home Program uses a successful, cost effective housing model to provide homeless youth with safe, stable and supportive suburban host homes where youth can sincerely focus on improving their lives. It’s estimated that 2,500 youth between the ages of 12 and 21 are homeless each night in the state of Minnesota including […] Read More >>

      Office Work Volunteer: Hammer

      October 9, 2012

      Assist with office work. This could include typing, filing, data entry, etc. RESPONSIBILITIES: Volunteer will assist as needed with office work. Location: 1909 East Wayzata Boulevard, Wayzata MN 55391 Ages: 14 and older; 13 and younger need supervision Date(s): Ongoing Time(s): Must be available during normal business hours Contact: Cathy Thoma – cthoma@hammer.org or 952-345-8554. Website: […] Read More >>

      Mentor a Child: Kinship

      September 24, 2012

      Greater Minneapolis Community Connections matches volunteer mentor families, couples, & individuals with children ages 5-16 in need of additional positive role models for fun and enriching weekly activities. We are based in Dakota County and are celebrating our 40th year of serving families in Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Farmington, Lakeville & Rosemount though our mentors […] Read More >>

      Volunteers needed to pray for children/schools: Moms in Prayer International

      September 19, 2012

      Moms in Prayer International (formerly Moms in Touch) is a Christian ministry encouraging women throughout the world to pray for children and schools. Groups meet to pray scripturally and specifically for one hour, usually weekly, through the Four Steps of Prayer. Resources on the website www.MomsInPrayer.org offers prayer sheets to help the group leader. Location: […] Read More >>

      Shop for Change Thrift Store – Front end: PRISM

      September 19, 2012

      Interact directly with program participants and the public in the Shop for Change, PRISM’s Thrift Shop. In addition to assisting customers, you will be helping with displays, keeping the store neat and tidy, and checking-out customers. These positions are great for outgoing, friendly, and energetic volunteers. Location: 1220 Zane Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422 […] Read More >>

      Food Shelf Front-of-House: PRISM

      September 19, 2012

      The food shelf is the core of PRISM’s programming, and it can only run smoothly with a fantastic team of volunteers. Welcome participants to the Marketplace food shelf, give guidance as needed, provide check-out services when participants have finished shopping and maintain clean and organized marketplace.  There is something for everyone in the food shelf! […] Read More >>

      Front Desk: PRISM

      September 19, 2012

      PRISM is looking for enthusiastic people to be the first point of contact at our front desk/reception area. If you have a friendly disposition and like face to face client contact while staffing the reception area, you would be a great asset to our team. Location: 1220 Zane Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422 Ages: […] Read More >>

      Volunteers needed to help women and chidren in crisis: Sojourner Project

      September 15, 2012

      Sojourner provides emergency shelter for women and children; legal advocacy and support to empower those victimized by domestic violence to reclaim their safety; and educational resources to raise awareness and promote violence prevention in our community. Projects:  Individual Volunteers are needed for Crisis line, Children’s Program and Intervention Volunteers.  Groups are needed for Cleaning and Organizing Projects, Mailings, Room decorations, and […] Read More >>

      Volunteers needed to assist military families: Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

      September 15, 2012

      Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon (PBYR) is a network of community volunteers who stand ready to help military service members and their families on an as-needed basis.  As a PBYR volunteer, you will share your time, talent and expertise to meet requests for service — and ease the burden of military families, many of whom […] Read More >>