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12/1/22 +
10 a.m. - noon

Help the Indy Book Project to sort and sticker books at our Zionsville office. With volunteer help the Indy Book Project has given away over 98,000 books to area children and young adults.

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Donate to Boone County Cancer Society

12/1/22 +
Flexible

A donation to Boone County Cancer Society is a thoughtful way to honor someone whose life has been impacted by cancer. There are many ways you can join us in the fight against cancer. Donate today

BCMP Amazon Wishlist Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

BCMP keeps a Wishlist for mentoring activities.

Sugar Creek Art Center

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Please join the SCAC to help grow our mission to bring art opportunities to our Boone County Community by offering working studio space to local artists, hosting engaging art exhibits, offer art classes and spotlight our Western Boone school art program.

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Front Desk Receptionist

12/1/22 +
noon - 5 p.m.

Do you have a welcoming personality? Do you enjoy helping others? Humane Society for Boone County is primarily run by volunteers, including volunteers who welcome visitors, donors and other volunteers. We are looking for individuals to sit at our front desk weekday afternoons. These volunteers will answer questions, accept donations and help our staff as needed.

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Vision Screening

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Assist the Zionsville Lions Club as it screens the eyesight of first, third, fifth and eighth graders in school systems throughout Central Indiana every fall. We screen over 15,000 students a year. You don't need any special skills. On the job training is provided. Most screenings are in the morning and take less than three hours. You can screen once or multiple times -- your choice depending on your schedule. We are sure you will find it a very worthwhile experience.

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12/1/22 +
Flexible

Pick a shift that works for your schedule to spend time caring for dogs staying at the shelter. Our volunteers play with, walk, feed and clean up after the pups to provide them companionship, care and enrichment. We have am and pm care shifts available each day. 7 am - 9 am-ish and 5 pm to 7 pm-ish.

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USO Volunteer Opportunities

12/1/22 +
Flexible

There are countless ways volunteers support USO throughout Indiana, but they all share an abiding dedication to our service members and their families. Whether it’s helping out at a special event, cheering on our service members at homecomings, manning a front desk, or providing a listening ear, our volunteers are the reason service members know they can count on USO Indiana.

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12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Humane Society for Boone County uses thousands of paper towels, recycles grocery shopping bags for doggie bags, and also needs many bottles of Original Dawn dish soap, gallons of laundry detergent for soiled dog and cat beds, and an incredible amount of hand sanitizer. It is hard to imagine how many cleaning supplies, how much kitty litter and all the other supplies we use throughout the year. Your donation from our Wishlist can help offset some of these necessary purchases! https://www.hsforbc.org/wishlist.html

Corporate Meal Packs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Looking for a way to facilitate team-building and give back to your community? A corporate meal pack is the perfect solution. Whether your group is large or small, we will customize a fun and memorable meal pack to fit your service goals. Your group chooses whether the meals stay locally or are sent to one of our international partners in communities suffering from malnutrition. We can offer fundraising ideas and tools as well as grant support to fund your event.

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Stock Food Pantries

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Our food pantry partners are seeing unprecedented need as a result of the pandemic. Your $150 gift adds 500 meals to their shelves!

Volunteer as a Librarian

12/1/22 +
Flexible

We are needing assistance at the check out desk of the library.

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Ongoing Weekly Volunteer Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Reception Desk Clearinghouse Teach Transformational Ministry Community Classes Discussion Leader at Community Classes

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Helping behind the scenes at HSforBC

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Are you the type of volunteer who likes to work behind the scenes to help your community? Do you like to roll up your sleeves and use a little elbow grease to get a job done? We can always use volunteers to help with cleaning, laundry, weeding and more. Our other visitors and residents will be grateful, and a few kitties may even chatter at you while you work!

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Funding needed for programming expansions, clubs, education and community activities

12/1/22 +
Flexible

ILADD is in need of funding to support our programs, clubs, education and community activities that foster interdependant living, personal enrichment, and lifelong friendships.

Funding for Summer and Fall Programming and Scholarships

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Black Box needs funds to put on our summer and fall programming. Funding will allow us to hire staff to meet the increased enrollment and wider variety of classes for students. Funding is also needed to provide scholarships.

Donation Needs for Horse Expenditures

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Morning Dove seeks funds to help with horse expenditures. Our horses are the core of our programming and our biggest expense.

Daily Operations Volunteers Needed

12/1/22 +
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The Caring Center needs volunteers for its clothing and food daily operations at The Caring Center and at Classic Reruns locations.

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12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Boys and Girls Club of Boone County is in need of donations to help support over $50,000 in scholarships at our Lebanon Unit - where 75% of our members are on free or reduced lunch.

Funding to support service opportunities for those with dementia/ providing meals to Boone County food pantries

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Pack Way Hunger is partnering with Grand Brook Memory Care of Zionsville to provide hands-on, meaningful service opportunities for its residents living with dementia. Meals packed by Grand Brook Memory Care residents will be distributed in Boone County food pantries, serving the children and families of Boone County.

Donations needed to purchase a lifted mat table

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Arc of Greater Boone County is seeking funding to help get a lifted mat table for stretching. This funding will help us support persons who need personal care assistance including lifting, transferring and positioning persons who use wheelchairs and other adaptive aids

Volunteer to Help with Pick Ups

12/1/22 +
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The Caring Center can use help with pick ups. The Caring Center offers pick up for furniture and large food orders. The truck runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 am -5 pm. Volunteers are needed to help with truck pick ups.

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Funding Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Recovery Center is in need of renovations including bathroom remodel. We can also use fund to offset transportation costs, a new computer, printer and air conditioning unit.

Center Stage Donation Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Center Stage has several donation needs. Gifts to Center Stage will help us to remodel our lobby. In addition to monetary donations, we are also in need of stage curtains, and LED lighting.

Funding for Special Classroom Accommodations

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The youth at the Indiana United Methodist Children's Home arrive at our on campus James E. Davis School five-six years bhind their peers in school credits earned. The heartbreaking abuse and neglect trauma from their pasts creates acute sensory challenges that require special classroom accommodations to help the youth cope, focus, learn and graduate.

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Interested in displaying your homemade handiwork at an event? Want to promote your business or non-profit organization? Your product, name, or message will be noticed by thousands of people attending our events.

12/1/22 +
Flexible

By raising and awarding funds for innovative educational initiatives, we’re helping to further the development of students throughout the Zionsville Community Schools.

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Help feed, brush, change litter and provide love and enrichment to the kitties at the shelter

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Volunteer Grant Writer Needed

12/1/22 +
Flexible

SAWs is seeking a volunteer Grant Writer. Do you love to write? Are you able to write creatively while telling a compelling story? Are you passionate for serving others? Supporting accessibility for all? Servants at Work is looking for a volunteer grant writer to assist with the researching and writing of grants. Never written a grant before, that is okay! We are willing to teach you. This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in learning more about the workings of a non-profit and gaining valuable grant writing skills. Desired Qualifications: • Good writing and communication skills • Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, email) • Be organized and dependable • Enthusiasm for being a part of the SAWs mission and learning about grant writing Responsibilities: • Coordinates the planning and the preparation of grant proposals. • Assumes the responsibility for the final grant submittal and filing with the respective granting agency. • Participates in supporting written submittals for Corporate sponsorships. • Continues to research and monitor additional new grant opportunities that conform to SAWs basic mission for additional new funding sources. Length of time/duration: Start and end dates are flexible, however a commitment of at least 6 months is requested. Estimated hours: Volunteer position hours are flexible and are available on a full or part-time basis; however, a minimum of 5 hours per week/20hrs per month is suggested. Scheduling is flexible and may vary based on organizational events and project deadlines. Training: An initial onboarding training will be offered to interested volunteers. SAWs will provide templates, previously written grants, documentation grants may request, and training on the grant search software. Want to learn more? Email Sarah at sbillings@sawsramps.org

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Funding to Support Serve Day

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Serve Day is a collaborative countywide initiative to provide local neighbors and families with goods and serves for back to school as well as create safe and fun environment s to connect and gather with one another and other local organizations to help meet needs year round. Serve Day 2022 saved our community over $260,000 in back to school needs alone.

Volunteer for Zionsville Rise Foundation

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Are you looking to support the Zionsville RISE Foundation? We’d love to have your help and so will the community we serve. Contact us to learn about volunteer opportunities. If you are able to help, we can assure you it will have a major impact on the lives of many.

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Funding needed to purchase board books and diverse books for children

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Indy Book Project is needing funding to purchase board books and diverse books for children.

Off-Site Educational Table Ambassadors for HSforBC

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Help us put our best foot forward and answer questions while you represent the HSforBC at community events. You will be part of the team that raises awareness of all we do in our community. We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our incredible team of volunteers, and we hope you will join our team and be part of a community that is changing the lives of homeless dogs and cats one tail at a time!

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Habitat for Humanity of Boone County

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Habitat for Humanity Boone County is in need of donations to continue to provide affordable housing for hardworking Boone County families. Our build costs have increased more than 30% in the past 2 years.

Donation to Zionsville Rise Foundation

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Want to make a positive impact in the Zionsville community? It really is as simple as making a donation. No amount of time or money is too small or too large! We appreciate all the help you can provide and guarantee that it will be put to excellent use.

Donation to Sylvia's Child Advocacy Center

12/1/22 +
Flexible

A donation to Sylvia’s CAC is an investment in a child in crisis. Your support means children here today will have a safe, neutral, child-first facility that Sylvia Likens never had. Our work doesn’t stop at the forensic interview. Your donation will support Growing prevention education and awareness campaigns Sustainable forensic interviews and investigations of informed abuse or neglect The stable foundation for a generation of protection and nurturing of children Referrals to medical and mental health professionals The relentless pursuit of stopping child abuse before it starts in Boone County

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Sullivan Munce Cultural Centeris in need of general donations.

Funding needed for a new storage barn at Reese Park

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Lebanon Youth Soccer Association is in need of donations to purchase/ build a new storage barn at Reese Part for youth soccer use. This will allow us to better improve our services and options for the community.

Monetary and In Kind Donation Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Today your gift goes further to save lives, defeat poverty, and help local women better themselves. We rely on you for these 100% Tax Deductible donations.

Off-Site Event Ambassadors for Humane Society for Boone County

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Represent the HSforBC at community events and be part of the team that raises awareness of all we do in our community. We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our incredible team of volunteers, and we hope you will join our team and be part of a community that is changing the lives of homeless dogs and cats one tail at a time!

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Volunteer at Second Helpings

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Second Helpings is a volunteer-powered organization. Every day, volunteers make every part of our mission possible – from chopping produce to answering phones, from delivering meals to teaching students. Volunteer opportunities are available Monday through Saturday, in the kitchen, warehouse, office, and more. See the full list of positions online to find one that fits your interests and schedule. Ready to #FeedIndy? Fill out our online volunteer application and you’ll receive an email invitation to join a volunteer orientation session – currently held virtually. If you have questions, contact Manager of Volunteer Services Michelle Woodruff at michelle@secondhelpings.org or (317) 632-2664 ext. 131.

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Off-Site Event Animal Handlers for HSforBC

12/1/22 +
Flexible

We love to show off our animal friends at community events! Help us care for and play with animals while you represent the HSforBC at community events and be part of the team that raises awareness of all we do in our community. We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our incredible team of volunteers, and we hope you will join our team and be part of a community that is changing the lives of homeless dogs and cats one tail at a time!

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Grant A Wish

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Extracurricular activities and other special extras can be a financial stretch for foster families and kinship placements. The Wishing Wings Grant a Wish program can bring these extras into reach. Wishes range in size and can provide such things as a school yearbook, a prom ticket and attire, a senior class ring, registration for camp or the opportunity to participate in sports or music groups.

Provide a Pack and Learn Experience

12/1/22 +
Flexible

A $50 gift allows local students and campers to learn about hunger in their communities and participate in a hands on service experience. Your gift enables them to pack 166 meals for other local students in need.

Volunteer at the Indiana United Methodist Children's Home

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Children’s Home has several opportunities available for those who may be interested in volunteering at the Home. Volunteer opportunities include joining the Auxiliary, joining our prayer warriors, organizing a donation or gift card drive and serving on a committee just to name a few. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities and want to put your faith into action, please contact Susan Bennett at: 765-482-5900 or via her email below.

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Household item donations needed

12/1/22 +
Flexible

We are always in need of the following household items, basically any items you need to set up housekeeping: Small kitchen appliances Pots & pans, Dishes, Glasses/cups, Coffee makers Comforters/all bedding, Pillows, Blankets Microwaves Electric skillets, Crockpots VCR/DVD players, Radios Sweepers Silverware Towels Indoor grills

Volunteer with Sylvia's Child Advocacy Center

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Sylvia’s CAC is a secure facility and we work with incredibly sensitive matters. Our volunteer opportunities are limited to ways you can support kids and families indirectly. Thankfully, it only takes one word, one conversation, one moment to make a difference in the life of a child, even if it’s not directly with the child. It is through the support of people like you who volunteer, give, learn and speak out about issues of child abuse that makes Sylvia’s CAC possible.

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High School Volunteer Opportunities

12/1/22 +
Flexible

At Witham, we know that many of the next generation of caregivers and staff are right here in our community, in the midst of their high school careers. We have programs in place that allow high school students to experience working in a hospital setting, whether they simply want to volunteer and help others or if they are considering a meaningful career in the health care field. Volunteens Want to know what it's like to work in an emergency department or on a med/surg floor? Would you like to shadow a doctor or nurse to learn more about what they do on a daily basis? If so, then consider joining Witham's Volunteens program. Students in grades 9-12 and who are 16 years or older are eligible to participate in Volunteens. As a Volunteen, you commit to 48 hours of volunteer service at Witham (over a 6-12 month period). We benefit from your community service, and you build your future college resume and experience the real working environment of a hospital.

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Donate to Zionsville Parks Foundation Scholarships

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Zionsville Parks Foundation recognizes that quality summer camp programs are important to your family health and strive to ensure every Zionsville child has an opportunity to attend. The Foundation offers financial assistance to residents who may face financial hardship in paying camp registration fees through the Zionsville Parks Foundation Scholarship Program. A limited number of scholarship funds are available for those who qualify.

Make an Impact! Join Lebanon Kiwanis!

12/1/22 +
noon - 1 p.m.

Ready to help children and families in our community? Ready to change the world? Kiwanis is ready for you! Kiwanis club members believe in service. We care about children. We're interested in the community around us—because the community matters to us. We're people like you. Friends. Neighbors. Volunteers who want to make a difference. And we love to see the difference we make when we work together.

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Everyday Items Needed for Programming

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Most needed items include: paint brushes, dry erase markers, sharpies, glue sticks, ziploc bags, Clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, soap, Kleenex, plastic silverware, napkins, paper plates, copy paper, toner TN660 and S35, ink cartridge 62, laminating sheet

Join Rotary Club of Zionsville

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Rotary is a humanitarian service organization and we are focused on fulfilling community needs at both the local and international community levels. Our programs are far-reaching and encompass a wide variety of local concerns as well as international issues such as hunger, health, and education. Rotary International is an association of individual clubs with each club operating autonomously. Membership is extremely important to us and we are always eager to hear from individuals who are interested in our mission and in joining a Rotary club. Membership in a Rotary club is by invitation and sponsorship by a member of the club. Please visit us so we can share our mutual interests.

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Donate to So Big

12/1/22 +
Flexible

By donating to So Big, you are meeting the needs of our moms and their children and bringing Hope to their lives. You can contribute to the So Big Movement by giving a gift in several different ways. ​If you want to honor someone special or remember a loved one with your gift, we will gladly send them a note, letting them know of your thoughtfulness. ​Whether a one time gift or monthly donation, you will help maintain steady funding for So Big’s operational costs and the care we provide for our moms and children. You can click below to securely set up a monthly gift for the So Big Movement.

Become a Friend of Thorntown Public Library

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Support your local Thorntown library by joining the Friends of the Library! Fill out a form and send it (or stop by!) with payment. As a member, you will also receive our monthly newsletter by chosen format that includes information on upcoming programs, new materials, and more! Meetings are open to the public and are held the 2nd Tuesday in February, March, April, May, August and November. May’s annual meeting includes a plant swap and fun program for the whole family!

Shalom House is Looking for Partnerships

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Shalom House is a well-managed, fiscally responsible non-profit organization whose operations are overseen by a volunteer board of directors. We’re fortunate that many local donors allow us to serve this community. But we couldn’t accomplish everything we do without the significant investments made by our partners. Our partners are individuals, companies, churches, and other organizations that recognize the importance of addressing food insecurity and its effects on the community. They do their part by providing generous financial and in-kind support to our operations.

Play on Zionsville - Double Your Impact

12/1/22 +
Flexible

A Call to Action from the DeHaan Family Foundation Let’s grow the Band & Orchestra Musical Instrument Endowment together! Already, the Musical Instrument Endowment has purchased $40,000 in instruments for the Zionsville High School Instrumental Music programs. We’re excited to have a new goal and a challenge! Goal: $250,000 in Endowment principal Need: $40,000 to meet this goal So far: Received $20,000 gift from the DeHaan Family Foundation with a challenge to match Challenge: Receive $20,000 in donations from families, community, anyone who loves music! Impact: MINIMUM of $10,000 per year of instrument purchases in perpetuity

Community Meal Packs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

In every community there are individuals and groups that lead the way in serving others. Whether you’re part of a small civic group, or a leader looking to engage your whole community, our meal packs are a powerful way make a real difference for those fighting hunger. Our events are appropriate for all ages and abilities, enabling groups of diverse size and ages to serve alongside one another. Your group chooses whether the meals stay locally or are sent to one of our international partners in communities suffering from malnutrition.

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Volunteer at Maplelawn

12/1/22 +
Flexible

In keeping with the spirit of Maplelawn Farmstead’s mission to create experiences that connect people to the rich, rural history of the 1930s Great Depression on an Indiana family farm, there are lots of ways to get involved at Maplelawn. We’d like to encourage you to check out Maplelawn’s calendar of events, and – if you have a particular interest or skill that you’d like to share with our visitors to Maplelawn through any of these programs – or if you just have a pair of willing hands and would like to help out completing any number of work projects at the Farmstead, please contact us.

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Group Volunteer Opportunities

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Interested in getting a group together to volunteer? Morning Dove is the place to be! Group volunteer activities are a great way to support Morning Dove and do some team building. Groups can be: Community organizations Schools Churches Corporate teams All volunteers in group activities must be 14 years of age. Contact us today if you are interested in scheduling a group volunteer event!

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Provide Lunch for 333 Children!

12/1/22 +
Flexible

A $100 gift provides lunch for 333 children in countries that experience widespread malnutrition. For many of these children, the lunch you provide will be the only meal they eat that day.

Volunteer for So Big

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Your involvement and partnership make all the difference! We have several volunteer needs: Serve on planning committee for the Born to Sparkle Gala Silent Auction Photographers for the women and children and for the Born to Sparkle Gala Grant Writers House cleaning House Maintenance Fundraising Sign up to bring a meal for the Mountain House residents on meal train

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Become a Sponsor of Maplelawn Farmstead

12/1/22 +
Flexible

One way for area businesses to get involved with Maplelawn Farmstead is to become a Maplelawn Friend-Raiser. When we think about our country’s history, one of the most enduring images that comes to mind is the old-fashioned barn raising – a social event when all of the people of a particular community gathered to help a neighbor in need. Our Friend-Raiser program provides funding for our annual special events through advertising sponsorships that include a variety of marketing benefits which – in turn – support our sponsors’ businesses. For information on how your business can become a Maplelawn Friend-Raiser, contact Ralph Stacy – Friend-Raiser Chair.

School and Camp Meal Packs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

We are passionate about educating students about hunger. Our school and camp programs combine hunger education with a meal pack, giving students a meaningful, hands-on volunteer experience. Children as young as 5 can participate fully. We can offer fundraising ideas and tools as well as grant support to fund your event.

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Share the Love Diaper Drive

12/1/22
Flexible

Share The Love Diaper Drive December 1 – 31 Diaper Drops To Be Announced Join us for our 3rd annual Share the Love diaper drive event. Each year we try to raise 150,000 diapers for families experiencing diaper need. It is not an easy goal. But we can do it with your help. This is a community diaper drive. So, we invite local businesses, organizations and individuals to come alongside us to help us meet our goal of 150,000 diapers. You can host, ship or give diapers.

Join the Literacy League!

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Join The Literacy League: Indy Reads' monthly giving program! A regular monthly contribution with your credit card, or by electronic funds transfer (EFT) from your bank account, helps ensure consistent resources for our students. Whether it's $5 or $10, $50 or $100, every monthly gift makes a difference for a student working hard at their second chance. Take a stand for literacy for all and become a member of The Literacy League!

Donate to Shalom House

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Your donation allows us to continue to meet hunger needs and create a spirit of caring within our community. We thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity.

Sponsorship Opportunities

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Jacob Pickett Response Organization relies solely on sponsorships, fundraising, and donations to complete our mission of providing support to law enforcement families in need. Your help makes our mission a reality. By sponsoring upcoming events, or providing much needed services to our families, you are showing others what it means to #respondlikejake. Thank you.

Boone County Senior Services (BCSSI) Giving Tree Donation Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Boone County Senior Services (BCSSI) is asking for the following donations for this year's Zionsville Chamber Giving Tree. 25 Adult Coloring Books + Colored Pencils or Gel Pens (can break into smaller quantities if you’d like) 25 Large Print Word Search Books (break up if you prefer) Shark Vacuum IX141 (has a removable handheld) Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Digital Camera

12/1/22 +
Flexible

STUDENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Student volunteers work with the Teen Librarian on various projects for the teen department. Projects occur year-round for specified, short periods of time. MORE OPPORTUNITIES For more information about student volunteer opportunities and current projects, please contact the teen librarian.

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Start a Diaper Drop Spot

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Start a drop off diaper location! Diaper need exists in every county in Indiana. Help support our mission by starting a new diaper drop spot in your community. Help make it easy for members of your community to donate diapers by hosting a donation box at your business or organization. Any organization that is regularly open to the public can be a drop-off location. Many diaper drop spots are organizations that already have some sort of interaction with young families, such as local businesses, churches, libraries, daycares, schools, or doctor offices.

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The Arc of Greater Boone County Giving Tree Donation Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Arc of Greater Boone County is seeking the following donations for this year's Zionsville Chamber Giving Tree. 1. Art Paints and brushes – acrylic or chalk paints (530 home carries beautiful paints) and brushes can be from fine art brushes to up to 2 inch brushes (Akard’s, 530 Home, Hobby Lobby, etc) 2. Canvas for painting – already stretched art canvases, canvas by the yard, etc. we can make anything work 3. Garden Tools (hoes, garden shovels, rakes, trowels, etc) – Akard’s or Lowes 4. Work Gloves and Gardening Gloves – Akard’s or Lowes 5. A nice stand mixer – one we can both cook with and do projects like bath bombs 6. Art Clay, bisque to glaze, brushes, glazes, etc. We love Brickyard Ceramics in Indy – they also can do gift certificates 7. This is a dream item – a Laser Cutter (XTool Laserbox Rotary 40W with rotary attachment and material package)

Indy Book Project Giving Tree Donation Asks

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Indy Book Project is asking for the following donations through the Zionsville Chamber Giving Tree Program: 1 rolling book cart for sorting at the office or donating to a community center for free library book storage $550 donation- provides 1 month of rent for office Space 4 rolls of colored duct tape for labeling boxes by reading level (pink, blue, green, & white) We’d love it if you shop local and purchase at Akard in Boone Village 5 small moving boxes (1.5 Cu. Ft) for storing and transporting books to the community. We’d love it if you shop local and purchase at Akard in Boone Village

12/1/22 +
Flexible

We invite you to join others in the Habitat for Humanity of Boone County family to make a difference in our communities. There are many ways to get involved as an individual, with your company, church or community group. ​ Volunteers are needed in many aspects of Habitat: Working on the build site Bringing lunch for volunteers Staffing the ReStore Helping out at one of the many community fundraising events Sharing a morning build site devotional, starting our day with faith, hope, and love

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Teach People to Read as a Volunteer Tutor

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Readying Readers for Life When you teach someone to read, you change their life. The ability to read and write gives us access to information, independence, communication, and so much more. Adults who cannot read do not have this access, and the world remains closed to them. Overcoming a literacy limitation opens up new doors for educational, career, and financial attainment. You have the opportunity to give back to the Indianapolis community by tutoring in our Community Classrooms. Availability Needed: 2-3 hours per week for 19 weeks minimum. Option to renew each semester. Class Options: High School Equivalency (HSE) prep, English Language Learners (ELL), and/or Literacy Foundations HSE - Serves adults seeking to earn their HSE diploma. ELL - Serves adults who want to learn English as a language. Literacy Foundations - Serves adults seeking to grow their literacy skills for personal life goals. Tutoring options available in-person and/or online via Zoom. Tutor Training Requirements: New volunteers must attend a two-hour training before starting their volunteering commitment in a classroom. Additional online training options and materials will also be provided for ongoing learning opportunities. Join our teachers and AmeriCorps service members at Indy Reads as a volunteer tutor and help us change lives. Once the volunteer form (button below) is submitted, we will send you an email with options to sign up for a volunteer info session to learn more. *Must be 18 years of age or older to volunteer.

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Morning Dove Giving Tree Donation Asks

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Morning Dove is asking for the following donations for this year's Zionsville Chamber Giving Tree. - Duct Tape - Duct Tape - Amazon - Velcro - Velcro - Amazon - Heavy Duty Hose - Heavy Duty Water Hose - Amazon - Hose Reel - Water Hose Reel - Amazon - Drill - Black & Decker Drill - Amazon - Amazon Gift Card - Tractor Supply Gift Card - Meijer Gift Card

Habitat for Humanity Boone County Giving Tree Donations Asks

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Habitat for Humanity Boone County is asking for the following donations through the Zionsville Chamber Giving Tree Program. 3" construction screws with Torx heads 3" framing nails 2 3/8" sheathing nails 1 1/2", 7 1/4", 8 1/4", 10", and 12"; 50' pneumatic hoses 50' yellow extension cords (contractor grade) sawzall blades tape measures chalk lines speed squares safety glasses work gloves wet wipes ( hand wipes) heavy duty paper towels

Play On Zionsville Giving Tree Donation Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Play On Zionsville is seeking the following donations for this year's Zionsville Chamber Giving Tree. Support music in your and our children’s lives! Help us buy performance music for the middle schools of Zionsville band and orchestra programs with a $25 minimum donation. *A set of sheet music for each performing group starts at $75. *A $100 donation allows you to be recognized as a sponsor.

Boys and Girls Club Zionsville Giving Tree Donation Needs

12/1/22 +
Flexible

The Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville is seeking the following donations in support of this year's giving tree. 30 passenger shuttle bus (big ask) Nintendo Switch Picnic Table Bean bag chair (multiple) Board games, any kind! Art supplies, cardstock, pens, glue sticks, markers, expo markers Basketballs Hidden pictures books Plastic storage containers (all sizes)

Wishing Wings Giving Tree Donation Asks

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Women's underwear sizes small-XL Women's sports bras sizes small-XXL Men's underwear (not tidy whities) sizes small-XL Makeup Teen appropriate hygiene products Teen appropriate perfume & cologne Teen appropriate hoodies (male & female) sizes small-XXL

Morning Dove Sidekicks Can Come to You!

12/1/22 +
Flexible

SMALL PACKAGES SPREADING HUGE SMILES Morning Dove's Sidekicks The Sidekicks program enables Morning Dove to provide equine-assisted services to individuals who might not be able to come to the therapeutic riding center. The miniature horses are less intimidating for people as well. The Sidekicks offer the same benefits as a full-size horse; in that, horses mirror human interaction and personalities and have the same relationship-building capacity as humans. Morning Dove’s miniature horses will be equine ambassadors for a community, and can provide people the opportunity to connect with these amazing animals. The minis can be used for animal-assisted therapy, school reading programs, corporate wellness, community appearances, public safety visits, etc.

Volunteer Opportunities with ICAN

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Since 2002, it’s been our mission to support, encourage, and celebrate people who might otherwise struggle to find their independence or purpose. By choosing to get involved with ICAN, you can be part of our life-changing mission that enriches the lives of people living with disabilities and helps incarcerated individuals find a sense of purpose. Here are several ways you can help others find independence and hope: Litter Host Furlough Volunteer Puppy Raising Litter Sitters Outreach Volunteer Special Event Help

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Adult Volunteer Opportunities with Hussey-Mayfield

12/1/22 +
Flexible

Our volunteers help the Library provide services and programs to our members. These services are a big part of making the Library such a special place for our community. ADULT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Adult volunteer opportunities include positions in the youth department, teen/adult department, and our circulation department. Please read the descriptions of the departments below. If you would like to apply, fill out an application. Return it on your next visit to the Library! YOUTH DEPARTMENT Volunteers assist in maintaining the collections. They help with displays, decorations, and assist with reading programs. TEEN/ADULT DEPARTMENTS Volunteers pull materials to fulfill holds. These volunteers assist in maintaining the collections, help with displays, and select and deliver materials to the homebound and seniors. CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT Volunteers assist with re-shelving media and cleaning books.

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Event Volunteers

12/2/22 +
Flexible

The Heart of Lebanon is in need of event volunteers. These community events take planning, organizing, and help the day of events to make them successful. If you like to interact with the public, helping at one of our events is perfect for you! If your creative and like to come up with ideas for events, planning would be a great way to volunteer. If you like check off items on a punch list, you could help with organizing the event. Your community thanks you!

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Donate Books

12/2/22 +
11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Thank you so much for your interest in supporting Indy Reads! Most of our gently used inventory comes from supporters like you. 1. We accept donations on the first Friday of every month from 11am-7pm. 2. We can only accept new and used books. No damaged books: heavy wear, water damage, mold, missing pages, etc. 3. No media (vinyl, cds, vhs, dvds, etc.). 4. No board games, puzzles, encyclopedias, textbooks, computer books, travel guides, magazines, dated material (annuals). 5. 3 boxes maximum—email bookstore@indyreads.org to set up an appointment for larger donations. 6. Please park on Shelby Street for easier access to our donation area. After ringing the doorbell, please wait and an associate will be with you shortly. 7. Once we accept your donations, we will give back any of your book containers. 8. We reserve the right to refuse donations that do not meet our standards. Thanks for supporting Indy Reads and adult literacy!

12/2/22 +
Flexible

BCSSI Office Assistants are so valuable in the agency's overall success. Since we have a small administrative team, we often have needs for volunteers to help answer phones, assist with mailings, and support our fundraising efforts. Individuals are typically needed Monday - Friday during the hours of 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Other times may be added if an event occurs after business hours or on weekends. If you like working with people in a fast-paced environment, connect with us at BCSSI today! Training and on-going support provided.

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Friendly Visitor Program

12/2/22 +
Flexible

BCSSI Friendly Visitors commit to a one time/week visit to the home of an individual or individuals living in Boone County to offer companionship and support. Visitors are matched to the customer and training is provided. This volunteer opportunity brings people together to create a special relationship that often lasts for years for touches hearts forever.

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12/2/22 +
Flexible

The Arc Artisans can always use art supplies to support its art program. Items that can be used include: *Art Ready Canvases *Acrylic Paints *Gift Cards/Certificates for Amazon, Dharma Trading, Ceramics Superstore, Hobby Lobby, Michaels *Blank tee shirts, bibs, bandanas, towels, etc. for dyeing or embellishing *Artist Paint Brushes *Blank Greeting Cards (cardstock or kraft paper) *Glass Beads, nickel free jewelry findings

Fundraising Team for HSforBC

12/2/22 +
Flexible

Join the many others in our community who have donated to help save animals' lives. Contact us if you'd like to be a part of our fundraising team or make a donation. Since its inception, the HSforBC has received many gifts from thoughtful donors. The results of these gifts are the shelter, food, love and medical care for the homeless, neglected and abused pets in our community. Your much appreciated and thoughtful gifts ensure that compassionate care will be available for homeless dogs and cats in the future. One-time donations are so very appreciated. We appreciate your willingness to help out when we ask for help to fix a broken leg or treat a heart-worm positive dog. Without fail, our community rallies and helps us treat these sick dogs and cats.

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Isaiah Matching Donation Opportunity

12/2/22 +
Flexible

A generous donor wants to MATCH your donations (up to $15,000) from now through year-end if you sign up to donate monthly to Isaiah 117 House! This helps us build, furnish and supply our home in Boone County where children and DCS workers will be ministered to on a child’s removal day. To say thank you, we’ll mail you these awesome Isaiah 117 House socks! Be sure to choose BOONE COUNTY for your gift. 1. Go to www.isaiah117house.com/donate 2. “Become a Monthly Giver” 3. Fill out the form and choose “My donation is for” BOONE COUNTY

Repair damaged Little Free Libraries

12/2/22
Flexible

The Indy Book Project is looking for a handy person to make minor repairs to Little Free Libraries in Boone County and throughout Indianapolis that have some damage preventing us from putting books inside. Can be done on your own timeframe.

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Volunteer at Witham Health Services

12/2/22 +
Flexible

The Witham Volunteer Organization is looking for volunteers to join our team! We have an amazing group of volunteers who help out in many areas throughout our organization. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Amy Mitchell, Director of Volunteer and Retail Services by phone at: (765) 485-8175 or by email at: amitchell@witham.org. For additional information or to print a volunteer application packet, please go to the Witham website/Volunteer Organization Page: https://www.witham.org/visitors-and-patients/volunteer-organization/ We would love to have you join our amazing volunteer team at Witham!

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Extended Season of the Lebanon City Market

12/3/22
Flexible

Are you sad when the Lebanon City Market ends in August? Don't be because we have the extended season of the Lebanon City Market on the first Saturday of the Month from September to December for you to get pick up your goods from local producers and hand-crafters. It's a great time to pick up food and gifts for all those fall celebrations!

Volunteer for Shalom House

12/3/22 +
Flexible

Do you love to help people? Are you passionate and mission driven? Shalom House is looking for teams of six people 13 and older to serve our community meals on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The teams will prepare, cook, serve and clean up the meal. No cooking experience needed just loving hearts to serve our neighbors. Tuesday serving time is 3:30-7:30 and Saturdays serving time is 9-1:30. Contact us today to schedule a serving date. Our Shalom House Kids Sack Lunch program is always looking for volunteer site leaders to distribute lunches every Monday through the summer. Various distribution times are available. Contact us for more information.

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Public Volunteer Event

12/3/22 +
Flexible

Please join us for wrapping diapers for the 1 in 3 in need preparing for distribution to our non profit partners. Below you will find our Facebook link with more details. https://www.facebook.com/INdiaperbank/

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12/3/22
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Advance Volunteer Fire Dept. is hosting a special guest Saturday, Dec. 4 from 9:00am - 11:00am. Come and join us for breakfast and get your picture taken with Santa!!

Christmas on the Square

12/3/22
4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Christmas on the Square is a Lebanon Tradition you won't want to miss. Join us on Downtown under the lights from 4pm-8pm for the Lebanon City Market's Sweet Treats, pet a live Reindeer, Live Performance by Chad Brown, crowning of the Snow Flake Princess, and performances from local organizations, view the Lebanon Parks Department's Christmas Light Parade, witness the City of Lebanon tree lighting ceremony, visit with Santa and More!

Volunteer for one show or all season!!

12/5/22 +
Flexible

Center Stage has many volunteer opportunities: Set Building: Help make the stage come alive by using your muscle to build sets, repurpose existing sets, paint, set-up, etc. We will teach you what you need to know! Just come ready to get your hands dirty! Lighting and Sound: There is no better way to shape the mood of a show. Come try your hand at learning how. If you have basic computer skills, we will show you the rest. Best seat in the house! Costumer: Costumes help tell the story. Do you like to sew? We can use help identifying the right costumes and making them fit. Contact us to see how you can help. Stagehand/Stage Manager: Stagehands are the heart of the play! Work backstage helping to set up or change out the scenery, props, cue actors and special effects for a production. Front of House: Want to see the show for free? Be a greeter, ticket taker, serve refreshments at intermission. No skills are necessary besides a sparkling personality!

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12/5/22 +
Flexible

Connect with and mentor a young person in Boone County four hours a month! We match based on interests, personalities, strengths, needs, and geographical proximity. Based on studies, approximately 1,000 young people in Boone County cannot identify a positive encouraging adult role model in their lives. Be a mentor and make a positive difference by showing up.

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Christmas is just around the corner. Many churches and organizations ask how they can help during the holidays. Gift cards are the best option for us right now since we have older youth and they like to go shopping and pick out things they want. We also have a wish list that lists needed items. If you would rather not shop, monetary donations are also needed and appreciated. Checks may be made out to Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home Foundation. Earmark CHRISTMAS on your check memo line, please.

Cancer Support Group

12/5/22 +
5:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

4th Monday of each month / 5:45 - 7:30pm South Pavilion Lobby Living with Cancer Support Group for Patients and Caregivers Facilitated by Kathy Flanary, a 9-year survivor of breast cancer and retired nurse from Witham Health Services

Dog Treats and Crafts for sale by donation

12/5/22 +
Flexible

Our adults work hard daily to make crafts and dog treats daily to help give them a feeling of self worth. We would love to "sell" these items based on donations. We would be able to deliver these throughout the week. Our dog treats are all natural dog treats. We make (Peanut Butter Bones and Pumpkin Bites) that are made with rice flour and other natural ingredients. We would love to deliver these to people in the community or even set up a small spot in a store or restaurant in the Boone County area. Please contact Brittney Sutton for orders at wallsinc@ymail.com.

Volunteer Opportunities

12/5/22 +
Flexible

We are looking for assistance with our outings and help with our skills within our building. We provide Transportation to our adults and are looking for someone who would be willing to volunteer either by doing our pick up/drop off or helping us get our adults into the community. We could use any help from professionals that will help us increase our daily living skills. We would love to have volunteers to come in and work with our adults on hygiene, daily living skills, cooking, etc. Please contact Brittney Sutton wallsinc@ymail.com for any interest in volunteering.

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Coffee Connection - monthly social hour at BCSSI often includes an outreach component for BCSSI customers and other local organizations

12/5/22 +
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Recent outreach has included: Items for the Lebanon Caring Center: size 4 diapers, apple juice, cereal - all types, mandarin oranges and canned pineapple Items for the Boone County Cancer Society's You're Not Alone Program: Biotene Mouthwash Small Packages of Tissues Lifesaver Mints – Peppermint or Wintergreen Men’s and Women’s Gloves

ILADD Game Nights

12/8/22
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

ILADD Game Nights are social opportunities for adults with IDD to participate in card and board games in a fun and relaxed setting. Isolation and lack of friendships are two of the factors most often reported as significantly impacting the quality of life for adults with IDD. ILADD works to provide social connections and opportunities for self-advocates to interact with peers, build relationships and friendships, and participate in their community. During Game Nights volunteers will encourage participation, facilitate socialization among self-advocates, teach new games or activities and monitor self-advocates interactions. Games include a variety of card and board games. Common games played at Game Nights are Uno, Jenga, BINGO, and many more.

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Board and committee volunteers

12/8/22 +
Flexible

As a high energy non-profit parks foundation in our second year of existence, we want to spread the word that we welcome volunteers who might be interested in working with our board on projects ranging from marketing and PR, fund raising, finance to hands on volunteer opportunities with the Zionsville parks. We will be working with the town of Zionsville to make the Carpenter Nature Preserve a future part of the park system and creating new nature opportunities such as a nature center and outdoor classrooms.

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Christmas in the Kitchen

12/8/22
6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Plan to join us on December 8, 2022 at Hyatt Regency Indianapolis for Christmas in the Kitchen presented by Wallington Asset Management, LLC! It will be a one-of-a-kind experience! Go behind the scenes of chef’s domain and enter the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis kitchen to sample an extravaganza of both unique and familiar foods! Buy a table for your corporate holiday party or create a new tradition with friends for a lovely holiday evening. Individual tickets available. Please contact J’Lynn Cooper if you’re interested in sponsoring the event, a wish or donating goods for our silent auction.

Sponsor Christmas in the Kitchen

12/8/22
6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Plan to join us on December 8, 2022 at Hyatt Regency Indianapolis for Christmas in the Kitchen presented by Wallington Asset Management, LLC! It will be a one-of-a-kind experience! Go behind the scenes of chef’s domain and enter the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis kitchen to sample an extravaganza of both unique and familiar foods! Buy a table for your corporate holiday party or create a new tradition with friends for a lovely holiday evening. Individual tickets available. Please contact J’Lynn Cooper if you’re interested in sponsoring the event, a wish or donating goods for our silent auction. SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Presenting Sponsor $20,000 SOLD Wish Sponsor $15,000 Three tables of 10, Sponsoring the wishes of one child, signage, acknowledgement in program Dream Sponsor $10,000 Two tables of 10, Sponsoring the wish of two children, signage, acknowledgement in program Bar Sponsor $10,000 SOLD Name recognition at all bars, signage, acknowledgement in program Radiant Sponsor $6,000 One table of 10, Partial wish sponsor, signage and acknowledgement in program Glimmer Sponsor $4,500 One table of 10, signage and acknowledgement in program Shine Sponsor $2,500 This includes: one table of 10 and acknowledgement in program __________________ TICKETS Couple $350 Individual $175

12/10/22
1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

​Join us for Santa’s arrival in Whitestown! He will be making a stop at the Municipal Complex on Saturday, December 11. Children will get a chance to visit him and Mrs. Claus, while receiving a souvenir photo to take home. They can also enjoy cookies, hot chocolate, and a candy buffet. Santa will also bring a couple of his best reindeer along to this free event.

ILADD Book Club Facilitator

12/12/22
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

The ILADD Book Club Facilitator will meet with a small group of adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities on a weekly or biweekly basis to facilitate group social interaction, reading and discussion of the story being read.

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12/16/22 +
Flexible

Join of for the production of A Christmas Carol - A ghost story of Christmas

Boone County Senior Mobile Food Pantry

12/17/22 +
10:30 p.m. - 1 p.m.

Senior pantry serves those 55 years and older with food insecurity and living in Boone County. The Caring Center is looking for volunteers to help support this mission. Pantry is off-site at the County Fairgrounds.

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12/19/22 +
noon - 1 p.m.

The Arc of Greater Boone County is seeking community members interested in enriching the lives of persons with disabilities. Our Board meets every other month and helps guide the mission and vision of the organization, which continues to grow and evolve.

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Board of Directors is in need of IT Expertise

12/27/22 +
Flexible

The Community Foundation of Boone County (CFBC) is a nonprofit organization that unites people, organizations and philanthropy to create a thriving community for all. The CFBC Board of Directors is currently looking for a community leader who is currently living in Boone County and has a passion for information technology.

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Wishing Wings Boutique 2023 Rent

1/1/23 +
Flexible

We are looking for a donor/donors to help with our rent at Wishing Wings Boutique for 2023. Our rent is $50 a month, a total of $600 for the year. Our Boutique space allows tweens/teens the opportunity to shop for free, pick out items that they like, and gives them the opportunity to make their own decisions. We have two classrooms (one boy's room and one girl's room) that we rent for the Boutique. The Boutique is at 311 E. Main St, Lebanon, on the 2nd floor of Central Christian Church.

Boys and Girls Club of Boone County

1/1/23 +
Flexible

Your investment to the Boys & Girls Club of Boone County will enable the youth who need us most to benefit from the Club experience and services. After-school, before school, sports, camps and community service are all offered to the youth in our community. Please consider a gift to the Club where Great Futures begin!

Furniture pickup and moving

1/1/23 +
Flexible

We frequently receive donations of furniture for use by survivors of domestic violence within our program. Often times, donors wish for the furniture to be picked up and transported by our office staff. This task would involve traveling to the donor’s home, loading the furniture in a truck or trailer, and bringing it back to our office (or other location as directed) to be delivered. This would be an “as needed” job.

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Organization and Cleaning of Office Space

1/1/23 +
Flexible

We have several areas within our office space that could use spruced up, cleaned, and organized. This will involve moving items from the office to our dumpster, organizing items, and cleaning the space.

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Cleaning - move-in/move-out

1/1/23 +
Flexible

We need assistance with cleaning apartments when our program participants move into and out of their housing arrangements. This is on an as-needed basis and will require the signing of a confidentiality agreement.

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Deliver books to Community Centers

1/1/23 +
Flexible

The Indy Book Project is looking for a volunteer to assist with book deliveries on a as needed basis (food pantries, pediatrician offices, community centers). Volunteer would need a large vehicle (van or SUV) to be able to transport 12-16 boxes of books. Opportunity for one time delivery or repeating deliveries. The Indy Book Project donates childrens books to many greater Indianapolis organizations and with volunteer support has donated more than 96,000 books to date.

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Homes from the Heart Apartment Shelter Program

1/1/23 +
Flexible

With the support of partnering churches, Love INC began providing housing for families through the “Homes from the Heart” program in January, 2022. A second apartment became available in March, and was immediately put to use. Families in the program receive free rent and utilities for a period of 3 months. During that time, they work with Love INC staff and church volunteers to develop financial and life goals and to create a plan to begin moving toward fulfillment of those goals. Love INC staff monitors their progress and may grant extensions at their discretion. Families attend weekly classes at Love INC, including Affirming Potential, Boundaries, and Faith and Finances. Their children also benefit, by participating in enrichment programs of their own. With this 2-generation, individualized approach, Love INC hopes to tackle the problem of generational poverty and help these families have hope for a better future.

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Donate plexiglass/ exterior plywood for Little Free Library Repairs

1/1/23 +
Flexible

The Indy Book Project fills Little Free Libraries throughout Boone County and the greater Indianapolis area. Since they are all outdoors many of these libraries have some wear and tear which causes damage to books placed inside. We are looking for donations to help repair them. The main need is plexiglass for doors but also small pieces of exterior plywood for repairs. For plywood either 3/4 or 5/8" thick exterior plywood in 2x2' or 2 x4' pieces

Volunteer during our Festival or become a Member of the Festival Committee

1/5/23 +
Flexible

Become a member of the "Back to the Fifties Festival, Inc" We meet on a monthly basis 10 months a year. Or, volunteer to assist with the Festival the weekend of the event. We have various areas of the event in which you can help. Check our website: www.fiftiesfestival.com under the HEADER - GET INVOLVED to see the areas to find what best suits you. Just few you might choose from: Help with sales and directions to those visiting in our INFORMATION BOOTH, assist in the Car Show with registration, set-up & teardown of the event, booth assistance with our vendors, assisting with parking, shuttle drivers, and list goes one. During the year we have many phone calls to make and envelopes to stuff.

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