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Volunteer at Love INC to make a difference in someone's life!

4/17/24 +
Flexible

Love INC Board Member, Reception Desk, Phone Calls to Love INC Clients, Teach Transformational Ministry Community Classes, Discussion Leader at Community Classes, Mentor, Furniture Moving Teams

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Volunteer as a Librarian

4/17/24 +
Flexible

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

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Boone County Senior Mobile Food Pantry

4/17/24 +
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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4/17/24 +
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

4/17/24 +
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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Homes from the Heart Apartment Shelter Program

4/17/24 +
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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Fundraising Team for HSforBC

4/17/24 +
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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Volunteer Opportunities

4/17/24 +
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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Volunteer at Witham Health Services

4/17/24 +
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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Daily Operations Volunteers Needed

4/18/24 +
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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Stable Moments Mentor

4/18/24 +
Flexible

Harmony IN Horses serves youth with complex trauma who have been impacted by foster care or adoption by partnering with horses and community mentors. The most important protective factor against trauma is one positive relationship. Harmony IN Horses is the 25th licensed Stable Moments ® program in the US and the first program in Indiana to launch in September 2023. Stable Moments is a Nationally accredited, trauma-responsive program specifically designed for children with complex developmental trauma who have been affected by foster care, ages 3-17. Stable Moments improves the life course of foster and adopted children through equine-assisted learning and community mentorship. Weekly mentor sessions are designed to help create a strong foundation and equip the child to make healthy choices and value themselves. An individualized plan is designed to highlight the child’s strengths & challenges, and activities are chosen accordingly. Structured Equine Assisted Learning activities help develop life skills such as emotional awareness, self-regulation, anger management, accountability, healthy relationships, and appropriate boundaries, just to name a few.

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Volunteer for Shalom House

4/20/24 +
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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Volunteer for one show or all season!!

4/22/24 +
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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Furniture pickup and moving

5/1/24 +
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

5/1/24 +
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

5/1/24 +
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

5/1/24 +
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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Volunteer during our Festival or become a Member of the Festival Committee

5/2/24 +
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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Bens Ranch Foundation Teen Evaluators, Trainers, Helpers and Mentors

5/4/24 +
Flexible

Bens Ranch Foundation small group assessments, training sessions and small group programs require volunteers who commit to provide supervision and assistance at programs in their area. This is a hands-on role working directly with our young applicants and participants. These roles require participation for several hours on one day--typically Saturdays--or to a program with several pre-set dates. Volunteers may serve at as many sessions as their schedules allow. Some brief training is required, but no license or credentials are required. Experience in education, equine therapy, social work, youth programming, or farm and livestock operations is especially helpful. Mentors agree to work along side an intern or intern candidate during training, trial work sessions at a prospective host-employer site and during an internship. They provide emotional support, assistance and guidance for interns who may need assistance as they learn a new role in a new environment.

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Public Volunteer Event

5/4/24 +
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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Mesothelioma and Cancer Volunteer Opportunities

5/6/24 +
Flexible

Please check out some of the volunteer groups and opportunities at https://www.mesotheliomahope.com/resources/cancer-foundations/ and find a time that works for you to serve our local Boone county cancer community members. Charities and private foundations are essential to the continued advancement of cancer treatment worldwide. To learn more about mesothelioma and how you can help, you can visit https://www.mesotheliomahope.com/mesothelioma/ as well to learn more. Thank you for your continued support and time!

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5/6/24 +
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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Bring Meals

5/6/24 +
Flexible

Do you enjoy cooking? Please consider joining Packing Hope's Meal Train community. We provide meals for foster and adoptive families in Boone County during the time of placement and continue to surround them in support as they care for children in care. Cooking is not your strength? No problem! Meal gift cards are so helpful as well! Gift cards can be sent to families to be used as needed as well as sent to families outside of Boone County that are caring for foster children that are from our county.

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5/8/24 +
4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

We have a mobile pantry, once a month, at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Please contact pmellencamp@gleaners.org for more information.

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Weaving Shop Volunteer

6/10/24 +
Flexible

Watch Us Weave is a subdivision of Watch Us Farm in Zionsville, Indiana. We are a local 501c3 that trains and gives adults with intellectual disabilities jobs. Currently, our shop on 45 S Elm Street is need of extra staff to help set up floor looms for our adults to weave along with designing cards on Cricuts to be finished by our adults and sold to local vendors. Volunteer times are usually Monday, Wednesday and Fridays form 10-2. We have a great time creating fun patterns with vibrant colors on our weaving floor looms to create scarves, rugs, throws and dish towels. Our cards are for all occasions and can be customized for clients. We are creating real jobs for our adults with intellectual needs. Join us

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6/17/24
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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