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Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Safety Harbor Community Cleanup [PIN]

SAFETY HARBOR COMMUNITY CLEAN UP Saturday, March 3rd from 9:00am - 12:00pm We are having our first Community Cleanup and we need your help! All you need to bring is your Team, friends, family, church, school, clubs or yourself. 9:00am: Check in at the Safety Harbor Museum 9:30-11:30am: Clean up at Various Locations 12:00pm: Lunch Provided & Guest Speakers Family Friendly! Volunteers are welcome to bring their younger children/siblings. Donna Mack Volunteer & Teen Coordinator

Safety Harbor, FL

3/3/18 9:00 AM

Chili Cookoff Fundraiser [SRQ]

Looking for 5-10 volunteers for each shift to handle ticket sales at an event benefitting Tidewell Hospice. Saturday, March 3rd Heritage Day Festival & Chili Cook Off Florida Railroad Museum US 301 N. at Highway 62 12210 83rd St. East Parrish FL 34219 Requesting Coverage for 2 shifts if possible 9a- 1p 1p-4p

Parrish, FL

3/3/18 1:00 PM +more

GradNation Community Summit [PIN]

The GradNation Community Summit is an event highlighting student achievement around closing the gaps and raising graduation rates. List of volunteer duties: Registration Greeters Direct attendees in between sessions Monitor student breakout sessions (Potentially) require assistance regarding technology/attendee needs) Assist with lunch

Saint Petersburg, FL

3/8/18 8:00 AM +more

Volunteer Leader Training [HIL]

We are looking for new Volunteer Leaders to join our HandsOn team! Potential new Volunteer Leaders need to have completed at least three different projects in the last six months. Leaders are expected to adopt projects to lead at least six times per year. Volunteer Leaders should be open to adopting a variety of projects and not just one specific project. A minimum of 5 individuals is needed to hold this training.

Tampa, FL

3/13/18 5:00 PM

Fishing for United Way [MAN/SRQ]

Greet and assist angling teams signing in at registration, parking their vehicles, or launching vessels for this fun fishing tournament to benefit United Ways of Sarasota, Manatee and Suncoast. This is a fantastic fresh water angling event for 50 boats who compete in a great day of trout and crappie fishing in FPL's pristine waters of Lake Parrish. Smiling faces are needed to welcome our supporting teams and help them get situated for the start of the event.

Parrish, FL

10/6/18 11:30 AM +more

2018 VITA - Campbell Park - Tax Preparer (PIN)

Complete and successfully certify in tax law training, including the use of electronic filing software, to provide free tax return preparation for eligible taxpayers. Take direction from the Site Coordinator to serve clients in order of walk-in/appointment. Interview client after intake is complete. Prepare tax returns with accuracy. Inform Site Coordinator/Quality Reviewer when return is complete, or questions arise. Must pass Advanced IRS Tax Certification. Must complete the Volunteer Standards of Conduct Exam and the Intake/Interview & Quality Review Exam. If you are bilingual, please consider a VITA site that needs bilingual tax preparers. Dress Code: Business Casual. Please arrive 15 minutes early for your shift.

Saint Petersburg, FL

2/26/18 10:00 AM +more

2018 VITA - Center for Manifestion MFT

Volunteer must access the training site for MyFreeTaxes to become familiar with the software prior to reporting to the site. Must complete the Volunteer Standards of Conduct Exam.

Tampa, FL

4/3/18 1:00 PM +more

Ronald McDonald House [Pin]

Come try out your culinary talents at The House, a "Home away from home" for families of children who are patients of local hospitals. Help make them a home cooked meal after a long day. An email from the Project Leader will be sent out with a list of items that will be needed for the meal. You can then pick an item that you wish to contribute and let the Project Leader know. A minor 14+ may attend this project with an adult. To register a volunteer under the age of 18, the parent needs to create a team through their online profile. The teen would then be added as a team member. The parent can then sign up as a team and it will automatically add the teen to the project.

Saint Petersburg, FL

3/12/18 5:00 PM

Whispering Oaks Bingo Party [Hil]

Play bingo and have an ice cream social with the elderly/disabled patients. Before signing up for this project by clicking on “Sign up for this project”, any volunteer under the age of 18 will also need to print out a minor release form for this project. The volunteer’s parent or guardian must sign it. Bring the completed form with you to the project.

Tampa, FL

3/15/18 6:30 PM

The Spring - Transitional Housing [Hil]

The Spring wants some great HOT volunteers to come to their Transitional Housing to play with their great children. It may be helping with homework, coloring, playing board games, etc. Whatever it is I am sure it will be fun. Please contact your Leader for directions. The one that the website gives out is not correct. **NO COURT ORDERED VOLUNTEERS ALLOWED** **ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE LEVEL 2 BACKGROUND CHECKED (through The Spring) BEFORE PARTICIPATING**

Weeki Wachee, FL

3/6/18 6:00 PM +more

The Spring [Hil]

Come on out and play with some really great children. The children range in age from birth to teenagers. We could be rocking infants to playing touch football with the teenagers and everything in between. Please notify your leader if you need directions to the location. The website gives a wrong address. **NO COURT ORDERED VOLUNTEERS ALLOWED** **ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE LEVEL 2 BACKGROUND CHECKED (through The Spring) BEFORE PARTICIPATING**

Weeki Wachee, FL

3/13/18 6:00 PM +more

Teaching Tools for Hillsborough Schools [HIL]

Ensure that the classrooms in Hillsborough County have the basic tools for learning. Volunteers will assist teachers in shopping for a variety of items. Minors 13+ may volunteer with an adult. Must be 15 to volunteer alone on this project.

Tampa, FL

3/24/18 9:00 AM +more

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What Black History Month Teaches Us About Civic Culture

By aknowles. Tue, 20 Feb 2018

Black History Month offers us a time to reflect on the many contributions African-Americans have made to this country and the world. Growing up as the children of hard-working parents in a melting pot community, the school my brother and I went to paused on a variety of special commemorative days to celebrate the rich diversity of all of our cultures and ethnicities. These early experiences and lessons from school have left an indelible imprint on my life, and what I recognize today is that these non-negotiable family values are distinctly connected to the work and service of many historical figures in black history whom we celebrate.

Nursing Home Volunteers Bring Joy to Residents and Build Lasting Friendships

By aknowles. Wed, 14 Feb 2018

As a professional clown, Maryann Greco brings joy to people on a daily basis, but volunteering in a nursing home made her realize how important a simple conversation or game of Scrabble can be to another person. While making daily visits to the Allendale Nursing Home in New Jersey to see her mother, who suffers from dementia, Maryann that many of the residents did not receive any visitors – so she began to sit and talk with them. As just one person, she could not visit everyone, so in 2012 she started Growing Relationships and Making Memories (G.R.A.M.M) to recruit volunteers to match with seniors. Through one-on-one interaction, volunteers form meaningful relationships with seniors, bringing love and joy to their lives.

Eagle Scout Launches Statewide Initiative to Give Foster Kids Hope and a Bag of Their Own

By aknowles. Thu, 08 Feb 2018

When Hunter Beaton was 8 years old, his grandmother picked him up from baseball practice and took him home to meet his new brother, a cousin who was being placed with his family as a foster child. Just a baby, his new brother had nothing – no toys, no clothes, no stuffed animals. When a second foster brother came to live with them, all he brought was a trash bag holding his meager belongings. It was the same for his foster sister. To Hunter, the idea that his siblings were only worth a plastic garbage bag seemed unjust.

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