Southern RhodeIsland Volunteers
SRIV is looking for for help with grocery shopping for the independent aging program. Grocery shop with or for a senior who needs it. Help continue to put food on a senior’s table and make a difference in their life.
Volunteer with SRIV at the Charlestown Seafood Festival August 3-5. Volunteers are needed to work the Exit Booth and hand out wristbands to people who want to re-enter the event.
A farmers market in Charlestown is looking for volunteers until Labor Day to help with set-up, break down, parking, greeting customers and more. This is a great volunteer opportunity for students and people looking to fill community service hours.
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.
Phoenix Rising Equine Rescue and Sanctuary
Phoenix Rising Equine Rescue and Sanctuary in North Stonington is looking for volunteers to help walk, feed, give water, groom, and spend time with rescued horses. Flexible daytime shifts available weekday and weekends. Contact Gina King at 781-330-3934 for more info.
Stonington Community Center
The COMO is looking for volunteers fo help with its annual Village Fair. Volunteer shifts are available Saturday, Aug. 4, between the hours of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., to set up games, work concessions, help with the book sale, ticket sales, and fair break down. For more information or to register to volunteer at the fair, visit thecomo.org or call the COMO at 860-535-2476.
Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center is seeking Clothes Closet volunteers. Anyone interested in helping sort and organizing clothing, call the Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center.
Beacon Hospice in North Kingstown is seeking local volunteers to visit our hospice patients in the Westerly area. You can help improve the quality of life for patients and caregivers by offering companionship, playing music, reading to the patient and providing caregiver respite. To register, contact Paul Gauthier at 401-294-6204 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program needs experienced handymen/contractors who are willing to volunteer. Materials provided along with additional volunteers, if desired. To learn more, our website has an eight-minute video, at www.nhnri.org. Contact Tina Lungren at 401-601-5621 to volunteer.
Volunteers are needed who can support the food distribution program at 34 Pond St. in Westerly on the last Tuesday of each month. Volunteers are needed between 9 and 10 a.m. to help with packing items for pickup between 1 and 3 p.m. Volunteers are required to undergo criminal background checks. For more information, call Maureen Tissiere at 401-596-7272, ext. 4114.
Adult volunteers 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 serve as a substitute for other volunteers. Contact Mabel Payne at 401-348-3969, or email email@example.com.
Frank OleanCenter in Westerly
The Frank Olean Center, 93 Airport Road in Westerly, seeks volunteers to help fill a variety of needs. Hours can be tailored to fit your schedule. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop in to complete an application. All volunteers will need 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, tutor in schools, serve veterans and to serve as referrals to other community agencies.