To Make An Impact
Childcare Volunteer for Florida Resurrection House
On Monday and Thursdays evenings, adults in our program are in meetings on campus (Mondays = Life Skills; Thursdays = Group Therapy) from 6:30pm - 7:30 pm. During that time, volunteers are needed to provide childcare for children ages 6 months - 7 years old, or interact with 8 - 18 year olds in the youth activity room. Basic childcare (for 0- 7) is provided in a space on our campus specifically decorated and set aside for this purpose and for these age groups. We ask volunteers to arrive by 6:20pm to get settled before families drop off. Minimum of two adults present at all times. Preferred commitment for multiple weeks in a row, but we will work with your schedule.
2022 Superhero Fun Walk
The Superhero Fun Walk is a fundraiser for the Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida. Proceeds benefit the bleeding disorders community and pays for camp tuitions, scholarships, emergency financial assistance, educational programs, and more. Volunteers are needed to set up and break down the event, pick up trash, man booths, and have funs. Invite your friends and family to help also. I hope you choose to volunteer with us.
Mentor for Camp Mariposa
What is Camp Mariposa? CAMP MARIPOSA is an addiction prevention and mentoring program for children (ages 9-12) affected by a family member’s substance use. What are we looking for? Camp Mariposa is looking for energetic, positive and fun adults (18 and up) for four to six weekends a year. The mentors/volunteers are onsite for the entire weekend and assigned up to 3 campers (ages 9-12). The primary responsibility of the mentor is to provide a positive, fun, supportive and energetic atmosphere for campers. Mentors will participate in and can facilitate sharing activities. Mentor will eat meals and share a cabin with their assigned campers. Mentor digital application- https://tmf.tfaforms.net/423443 https://elunanetwork.org/camps-programs/camp-mariposa/ -information about Camp Mariposa https://youtu.be/sj43g27W3tA - Camp Mariposa video-what its about.
Volunteer at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve
Volunteer Opportunities: Junior Leaders Program (Must be 14 to 18 years old and in high school) Program Animal Care (Must be 14 years old and younger) Birds of Prey Program Steward (Must be 16 years old and up) Environmental Education/Envrionmental Outreach Gardening Land Management/Invasive Plant Removal Pinellas Pioneer Settlement Special Events and Festivals Tram Tour Docent (Must be 18 years old and up with a valid driver's license) Wildlife Research We also accept court adjudicated community service workers. How to become a volunteer: Step 1: Fill out the volunteer application prior to attending a volunteer orientation Step 2: Attend an orientation. Sign up for an orientation by calling the preserve at (727) 893-7326. PLEASE NOTE: Volunteers are expected to commit to volunteer at least once every 90 days.
Become a Host Family to a High School Exchange Student
An amazing opportunity for families & individuals in all 50 US states! Ready to have a fun experience? Ready to enjoy some cultural sharing? Ready to get inspired? Invite an international high school student into your home for a few weeks, a semester or even a full school year! Living in the U.S. makes you an expert on our culture, and a student is ready and eager to learn by joining you in everyday life. Did you know that making dinner, going to the store, and hanging out in the evening provide fascinating cultural lessons to an exchange student? Your student doesn’t need a tour guide-just a caring family to join. Hosting an exchange student enriches your family and brings the world a bit closer together. Making an impact in the world is easier than you think! About hosting: Host families come in all shapes and sizes. You may be…
Gallery Guardian at the Florida Holocaust Museum
Currently we are seeking volunteers to help as Gallery Guardians, and to facilitate as guides to our new Dimensions in Testimony℠ exhibition, as well as to fill other roles, such as: Helping with check-in during in-person programs and special events, photography at programs/special events, project research, phone outreach, and clerical duties. The Museum is open on to the public Tuesdays - Sundays 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, (with our last visitor admission at 4:00 pm). Additional information is also available on our website at: https://www.flholocaustmuseum.org/. Volunteers may sign up for morning or afternoon schedules after a completed background check for adults. This is a nominal fee of $17.57. Student volunteers do not need a background check but instead will fill out a parent permission form.