Searching for a place where you’re needed? The Westerly Sun has you covered. Check out volunteer opportunities in southern Rhode Island and the Southeastern Connecticut area.
Medical Transportation drivers needed in the Washington County areas. This is a flexible opportunity that revolves around your schedule. Please if you can help support your local seniors call 401-552-7661.
The WARM Center in Westerly is seeking volunteers to help with their largest annual appeal mailing on Thursday, Nov. 30. Volunteers are needed to assemble the winter newsletter using stickers to seal, placing address labels, and sorting mail for 3-4 hours.
Get in the holiday spirit by volunteering at the St. Pius X Christmas Bazaar assisting at a vendor table. Volunteers are needed for Dec. 1 & Dec. 2.
Southern Rhode Island Volunteers offers flexible volunteer opportunities, mileage reimbursement, supplemental liability insurance, training and ongoing support. If you are interested in any of these opportunities call 401-552-7661 or register online at southernrivol.org/register.
The Jonnycake Center of Westerly has multiple volunteer opportunities available in its 5,000SF Thrift Store. Help us put out holiday merchandise, create displays to show off our unique items, or sort clothes and jewelry to prepare them for sale. Sales from the Thrift Store directly support our ability to assist clients through our food pantry and emergency financial assistance.For more information, contact Adrienne Hall, Volunteer Coordinator at 401-377-8069 x114 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beacon Hospice in North Kingstown is seeking local volunteers to visit our hospice patients in the Westerly area. Hospice gives patients who are facing a life limiting illness the freedom to live all the days of their lives by offering comfort, dignity and quality of life. As a hospice volunteer, and an important part of our hospice care team, you can help improve the quality of life for our patients, as well as their families and caregiver, by offering companionship, playing music, reading to the patient, and caregiver respite.
For more information or to register for the next volunteer training contact Paul Gauthier, volunteer coordinator, 401-294-6204, or email email@example.com.
Volunteers are needed who can support the food distribution program, located at 34 Pond St. in Westerly. Distribution is on the last Tuesday of each month. Volunteers are needed between 9 and 10 a.m. to assist with pre-packing items for client pickup between 1 and 3 p.m. Volunteers will be interviewed and are required to undergo criminal background checks, which will be fully covered. For more information, call Maureen Tissiere at 401-596-7272, ext. 4114.
Adult volunteers are to help in our Emergency Department. Candidates must be customer focused, flexible, and willing to work in a fast-paced and sometimes challenging environment. The hospital also needs volunteers to be cross trained and serve as a substitute for other volunteers. Contact Heather Ainslie, manager of volunteer services, at 401-348-3969 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Frank Olean Center, 93 Airport Road in Westerly, seeks volunteers to help fill a variety of needs. The agency serves children and adults with varying abilities. Hours can be tailored to fit your schedule.
If interested, contact email@example.com or stop in to complete a volunteer application. All volunteers will need to complete a criminal background history.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers, ages 55 and older, to make a difference in your community.
Many opportunities to visit or shop for older or disabled individuals, deliver meals on wheels, tutor in schools, serve veterans, and referrals to other community agencies.
Volunteer around your schedule and make a positive impact; contact Gina King at 860-425-6617, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.tvcca.org.
The program needs experienced handymen/contractors who are willing to volunteer. We provide the materials and additional volunteers if desired.
Our mission is to keep people in their homes. To learn more, our website has an eight-minute video, at www.nhnri.org. Contact Tina Lungren at 401-601-5621 to volunteer.