Volunteer or internship position available.
Above average QuickBooks and Microsoft Office skills are sought. Will be asking for transaction entry and record reconciliation, as well as training staff on using QuickBooks. Additional computer system development and maintenance may be undertaken based on the candidate's interests and the needs of the organization.
Volunteers needed to provide childcare while grandparents are in peer support groups, facilitators also needed to run support groups. All volunteers complete short training and are supported by GRG program manager.
The front desk volunteer's primary task is to keep the office running smoothly with minimal supervision. This includes screening calls, taking messages, greeting visitors, distributing mail, keeping the desk and office clean, assisting Coordinators with projects, as needed, and closing. The office is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm with two-three hours shifts available throughout the week. Other shifts available.
The Friends of Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge is about to embark on a Capital Campaign and we are seeking a Board member with strong fundraising skills and experience. We are a working board that works together very well. We have a full-time Executive Director that has strong administrative and partnering skills.
Adult literacy program needs a volunteer to manage our Facebook and Twitter. Help us get the word out about literacy.
Have you ever wanted to be a Camp Counselor? We are looking for 5 volunteers to join us for camp. You will need to pass a background check and over the age of 18. You cannot be a parent of a child at camp.
The camps is for children with bleeding disorders, sibeling with a bleeding disorder, or a child of a parent with a bleeding disorder.
We will cover the costs and even pay for your gas to get there.
Some of the activities we do are:
•Zip Line (Single and Double)
If you are interested please IM me or fill out an aplication at:
WE NEEED YOUR HELP!!!
We are searching for energetic, enthusiastic, and dependable members to add to our Board of Directors. Someone with passion for New Mexico's wildlife and natural resources, who is not afraid to call their friends, co-workers, and associates to promote the organization. We are seeking fresh ideas and effective fundraising efforts. Commitment requires monthly or every-other-month meetings, some attendance at special events, and a desire to make a difference.
We are looking for adults (over 18 years old) with a passion for wildlife and the environment to volunteer in various areas of our Center. Most immediate needs are for greeters/front office help on Saturdays, and animal care and maintenance project volunteers Monday through Saturday. Volunteers help with everything from cleaning animal enclosures and preparing their food, to light office work, youth education programs, fundraising events, and many other tasks, depending on your schedule and interest.
Reading Works is an effective nonprofit that provides free literacy tutoring - including English language acquisition - to adults. Our work changes lives and you can be part of it. Board Members serve as ambassadors for Reading Works, provide leadership and governance in the execution of our mission, provide budgetary oversight and raise funds.
We need 3-4 volunteers to help us travel the globe on Monday afternoons during our Summer Enrichment Program. We need volunteers to help facilitate 2 hours of fun games, reading, singing and creating for kids ages Kinder - 5th grade. All lessons, games and activities will be planned. We just need smiling, caring, and patient helpers to make our time together safe and fun for everyone. Visit http://bttr.im/sigpv for more details.
ECM is seeking a volunteer instructor for a kids' beginning guitar class.
The class would be for up to 8 elementary or middle-school age kids and would meet once a week for 45 minutes to an hour. The day and time for the class is flexible, depending on the volunteer's schedule. The initial commitment would be for 8 weeks this summer, beginning the first week of June, with the possibility of continuing in the fall.
We need volunteers to help us staff the NM State Fair booth in September. You will be trained for this event and there will always be a supervisor at the booth as well. You may be asked basic questions about abortion, euthanasia, infanticide or membership. Shifts are 2 hours each time you are scheduled. We prefer people stand a majority of the time that you are in the booth, although there will be chairs to provide a break.
Explora seeks summer interns (college) to assist with Educational Services programs on-site and on outreach during summer 2017.
Work with Explora educators and gain experience in developing and facilitating inquiry-based learning experiences. Develop skills to create interactions that are engaging, effective, and memorable for visitors and program participants. Model Explora's pedagogy, demonstrate excellent customer service, and contribute positively to the Explora Education Team.
Home Teams support neighbors who have recently been housed through the Albuquerque Heading Home Initiative. Groups of 3-5 volunteers support one neighbor in re-engaging with the community. Activities, which are determined by the Home Team and their neighbor, often include visiting parks and museums, celebrating birthdays, and attending medical appointments.
An all-day orientation on a Saturday is required prior to participating in the Home Teams Program. Schedules are flexible, determined by the Home Team and their neighbor.
Help someone exiting homelessness in furnishing their new home. We need strong volunteers who are able to lift 50 lbs. for pick-up and delivery of furniture donations.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico is partnering with New Mexico Desert Fest 2017. Desert Fest is a meet up designed to showcase the talent and innovation that fellow New Mexican car enthusiasts have to offer the automotive industry. The Boys & Girls Club is looking for volunteers to assist with set up of the event; guiding cars to assigned parking spaces, collection of school supplies donations, as well as assisting participants and vendors throughout the event.
The Albuquerque Opportunity Center is an overnight shelter for males experiencing homelessness. Part of making the shelter a safe, comfortable place is having a garden. Do you like working with flowers? With vegetables? Come help us plan and/or work in the garden. We have garden beds ready to go!
Please contact Denise Garcia at (505) 344-2323 if you would like to help out. We are flexible in our scheduling.
At The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), we're passionate about our mission: to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. We fulfill this mission every day by providing information, resources and support to those affected by blood cancers.
You will be welcoming newly diagnosed patients and their family members to LLS and providing them with local chapter resources. In most cases, you will be the first LLS representative a cancer patient or their family member talks to locally. You will be an important part of their cancer journey and provide much-needed support and resource.
At The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), we're passionate about our mission: to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. We fulfill this mission every day by providing information, resources and support to those affected by blood cancers. You will be creating and maintaining relationships with local healthcare professionals with the goal of connecting every newly diagnosed blood cancer patient to LLS. Outreach is an integral step to help increase healthcare professional referrals and guide more blood cancer patients to LLS resources and services. This position has great opportunities to network and make professional contacts, have access to LLS events, and be part of a nationwide LLS community.
At The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), we're passionate about our mission: to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. We fulfill this mission every day by providing information, resources and support to those affected by blood cancers.
This is an excellent opportunity to enhance donor/database management experience within Salesforce. By entering accurate and consistent data, LLS is able to apply for grants and foundation assistance to provide better support to blood cancer patients.
Volunteer or internship position available.
Above average Microsoft Office programs and computer skills would be helpful. Will be asking for all types of office support from data entry to record reconciliation to social media outreach and website maintenance as needed.
Because of the clients we serve, we will require a confidentiality agreement and a basic background check done.
Group 800 of Civil Air Patrol oversees the School Enrichment Program (SEP) in New Mexico. The SEP program has 2 parts, the first is the School Elective Classes. These classes are introduced into Middle and High School and provide Leadership and Aerospace Education. The curriculum is based on the material that all CAP Cadets use and it meets all State and National standards for STEM and Social Studies. The second is a CAP School Squadron which is organized as a Cadet Squadron, which usually meets after school.
If you love to work with plants, this is a great opportunity. We need individuals or small groups to help with transplanting pots, weeding, watering and feeling one with nature! If you don't mind a little hard work, give us a call!
We are looking for people to help with the final touches and execution of our annual fundraising Gala. We would like to have people available to help with setup and preparation for the Gala on August 11th. We would like to have several people available to help check in guests. We would also like to have them help with the the packaging and disbursement of auction items.
KiteFest is Alta Mira's annual fundraising event. It is held at Balloon Fiesta Park from 10 am - 4 pm. We are fortunate to be sponsored by and have the expertise of folks from the American Kitefliers Association. The gentlemen who run the Kite Making and Kite Hospital will teach volunteers how to make and fix kites, so that throughout the day we can support a variety of kite fliers. It is a fun family friendly day with plenty of activity, food and some of the biggest and best kites flying in the warm NM sun. We have two hour shifts beginning at 9 am.
You will facilitate a small group of adults who are learning English as a Second Language. We will provide training and you will be using an established curriculum. It is a 3 month commitment, meeting twice a week for 1 1/2 hours for a total of 3 hours a week. There will be an initial training April 20th.
September 22 & 23, 2017 dentists, dental professionals and hundreds of community volunteers will donate their time and talents to bring free dental care to those who can't afford it. It's the New Mexico #MissionofMercy 2-day event at the Albuquerque Convention Center. For more information go to http://www.nmdentalfoundation.org #GivingBack
Follow us on twitter @NMDentalFndn and like us on facebook @NMMissionOfMercy
RAMP is a high tech, career focused mentoring program for young people with disabilities who are involved with, or at-risk of entering the juvenile justice system. RAMP uses group, peer and one-on-one mentoring to promote successful transition of mentees to employment, continued learning opportunities and independent living. The mentoring program will work with youth between the ages of 15 and 17 and will provide opportunities for structured mentor-mentee activities and will help youth grow in knowledge of careers and themselves.
• Help set tables
• Help prepare food
• Arts and crafts
• Interact with participants
• Eat dinner
Mission: Rewarding those who enrich our natural environment and better our community's health. We need people with strong community ties to help launch this initiative. Duties include: 1) participate in monthly meetings; 2) help develop protocol for finding, choosing, and rewarding awardees; 2) collaborate with agencies to identify individuals who made significant contributions; 3) assist with website design; 4) if desired, interview awardees for website write-up; and 6) raise funds.
Our Road to Recovery Program in Albuquerque provides free rides for cancer patients who have no way to get to their treatment appointments. Volunteer drivers donate their time using their own vehicles to get patients to and from the treatments they need.
We'll train you and give you the support you need to donate this life-saving service!
To qualify to become a Road to Recovery Driver: A current, valid driver's license, a good driving record, a safe and reliable vehicle and proof of car insurance. A background check is conducted on all volunteers. The American Cancer Society will provide the necessary training through our on-line Volunteer Learning Center, as well as support through our staff and volunteer structure.
This is a volunteer position. Duties consist of, but may not be limited to: Assist in recruiting new volunteers; Intake of applications and database entry; Conduct Orientation classes and assists in future trainings; Keep detailed records of volunteers' information and assignments; Monitor schedules for volunteering gaps and solicits for help when needed; Assist in providing recognition and awards.
Knowledge of basic software including Word and Excel is a plus. Training will be provided for use of our Volunteer database program = Volgistics.
We are in need of adult volunteers to assist campers and facilitators during each of the 6 summer camps starting June 12th through July 27th. It is a time commitment of Mon-Thurs 8am-1pm. Camps will be teaching kids about agriculture relating to food sources, food waste, livestock, gardening, compost, pollination etc; through two different camps: Farm Life and Animal Life. The camps will be during the following weeks: June 12th-15th, June 26th--29th, July 17th-20th, June 19th-22nd, July 10th-13th, and July 24th-27th. We are asking for 4 adults/camp week. There will also be a volunteer and staff training at the end of May. A background check must be completed prior to the training, please click here: http//form.jotform.com/52284991343158. Please let us know if you can help out. Contact Jeannine Kinzer at Jeannine@ggyr.org or 505-263-4609. Thank You!!!!
Loving Thunder Therapeutic Riding, inc. has an immediate opening for the position of Volunteer Coordinator. Duties consist of, but may not be limited to:
• Assist in recruiting new volunteers
• Intake of applications and database entry
• Conduct Orientation classes and assists in future training
• Keep detailed records of volunteers' information and assignments
• Monitor schedules for volunteering gaps and solicits for help when needed
• Assist in providing recognition and awards
Would you like to help disabled children, adults, or veterans learn to ride a horse? If so, you have just found your golden opportunity! Loving Thunder is the first and only Premier Accredited Path Intl center in New Mexico. We are looking for dedicated volunteers to help with Horse Leading and side walking for our Therapeutic Horseback riding program. We are located in Rio Rancho and have opportunities to help on Wed, Thur, Fri, & Sat . We offer riding lessons to special needs individuals who require more support than is currently available in a regular stables. Our riders have a variety of disabilities, such as autism, downs syndrome, developmental delay, stroke, ALS, PTSD, etc. We also have barn assistant, fundraising, volunteer management and Board of Director opportunities available. Please visit our website for more information: www.lovingthunder.com
We are searching for energetic, enthusiastic, and dependable members to add to our Board of Directors. Someone not afraid to call their friends, co-workers, and associates to promote the program in the Rio Rancho and ABQ area. We need fresh ideas, effective fundraising efforts, and strategic planning for long and short term. Commitment requires Quarterly meetings and some in between for special events. Join our Board Member team by calling 554-9493. www.lovingthunder.com
Bilingual volunteer will be helping clients choose fruits, vegetables, proteins, and bread items then weigh all food items as they check out. Volunteer will need to restock all food items as they deplete from the crates, unload food truck, set-up tables, then perform tear down (clean-up) once clinic hours are over.
Volunteers have the opportunity to greet local or out-of-town visitors to Museum. They can choose to give the visitor a personal intro to Museum and our exhibits, and to guide them through exhibits. Volunteer training/orientation is available. Museum brochures/booklets are available to acquaint all volunteers with Museum's exhibits and highlights. If interested, volunteers also have the opportunity to become Museum docents. Volunteers also serve as greeters and may be asked to help docents with tours for school age students who visit the Museum on field trips.
We are looking for volunteers who are reliable, good communicators, good listeners, calm under pressure, flexible, adaptable, willing to learn, hard workers, and have good stamina. Various roles such as timekeeper, starter, athlete check-in, souvenir sales, runners, etc. are available for a variety of sports for the Senior Summer Games. Nearly 26 different sports at approximately 15 different venues provides a nice variety to match your interests!
The United State of Women and YWCA New Mexico will be holding a Galvanizing Program Conference in Albuquerque December 2-3, 2017. We are looking for a volunteer(s) who will provide ongoing support to the Host Committee during the planning.
Volunteer dentists will help us create consistent access to dental care for low-income, uninsured patients, by providing dental services such as examinations, fillings, extractions, root canals, x-rays, etc., at least once every two months (6 times per year).
The Common Good Thrift and Consignment is a social enterprise designed to raise funds for ECM's community programs, such as our healthcare center One Hope Centro de Vida, which offers low-cost, holistic healthcare to uninsured patients.
The purpose of the Cashier role is to be a frontline interface between ECM and the general public by delivering excellent customer service while ringing up purchases, answering questions, and telling customers about the mission of The Common Good. Cashiers also ensure that the store floor is neat, attractive, and secure.
The Common Good Thrift and Consignment is a social enterprise designed to raise funds for ECM's community programs, such as our healthcare center One Hope Centro de Vida, which offers low-cost, holistic healthcare to uninsured patients.
The purpose of the Sorter role is to receive donations, perform initial quality assessment of merchandise, ensure that the donation receiving room operates efficiently, and ensure that donated merchandise quickly onto the sales floor.
Bilingual Dental Assistants (Non-Credentialed) help create access to dental healthcare for uninsured patients by assisting dental providers during our Tuesday dental clinics with tasks such as sterilizing tools, prepping patient trays, cleaning the exam stations between patients, as well as translating between providers and patients.
A medical or dental background may be useful, but is not required for this role--volunteers just need to be open to learning new skills.
One Hope Centro de Vida Health Center, a program of East Central Ministries, is seeking volunteer dental hygienists able to make a recurring commitment, at least once per month. Volunteers in this role will help us create consistent access to dental care for low-income, uninsured patients.
The New Mexico Parkinson's Coalition is New Mexico's only nonprofit exclusively dedicated to the support of persons with PD and their family and friends. We currently need help organizing advocacy activities for the remainder of 2017 and 2018, additionally we need volunteers to help prepare for our signature fundraising event which takes place at the Albuquerque Balloon Museum on June 9 and finally, need the help of someone with IT experience to help launch our fundraising database.
Assist with seeking donations for our raffle drive, picking up donations, helping put together raffle prize packages, setting up prize packages day of event, pre-sale of raffle tickets and sales of raffle tickets day of event.
Docents guide tours of Casa for small groups of visiting public. Tours are theme-based and training is provided. Tours are one hour in length. Docents also lead school groups and summer camps (except during December and January when the Museum is closed). Most visiting school groups are in the third to eighth grades, however we try to accommodate as many interested groups as we can. During special events visitors tour the property at their own pace interacting with docents at stations throughout. At these times, docents help with crowd control and safety for the museum furnishings as well as education. They may also assist by leading a simple craft or other activity.
Do you love to cook?! Do you love to help out the community?! Why not do both!?
Come cook at the Barrett House Homeless Shelter for Women and Children!
Respond to this ad for more details or call 505-246-9244 x107.
I can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Unload food truck, sort and inventory food, pack and load food, transport food to pantries, assist in pantry
Guest Chefs prepare dinner for families (60 people) staying at the Ronald McDonald House. Without the burden of grocery shopping and cooking, families have more time, energy and resources to devote to the care of their child in the hospital. Meals give added nourishment and allow families to take a small break from their hospital duties. Meals are prepared by talented volunteers and groups.
Place labels on brochures, inventory records and help develop new referral resource listing
Every resident at NewLife Homes is provided a food box from Roadrunner Food Bank once a month.
Roadrunner delivers 400-500 pounds of food to each of our sites, and we need help getting that food unpacked, organized, and distributed to our residents.
Volunteer help is needed at:
Sundowner Apartments, 2nd Thursday of every month (6101 Central Ave NE)
Kentucky Manor, 2nd Thursday of every month (437 Kentucky St SE)
Broadway Apartments, 2nd Tuesday of every month (424 Broadway Blvd SE)
Luna Lodge, 3rd Wednesday of every month (9119 Central Ave NE)
NewLife Homes 5&6, last Monday of every month (9901 Benavides Rd SW)
Help is needed within the hours of 8am - 1pm at each site, with some variance depending on Roadrunner delivery times. We request that you commit to a 2-3 hour block within that window.
Our grantmaking is community-driven. CPA volunteers help us assess the financial health of grant applicants. This assessment is an extremely important part of our commitment to being good stewards of donor dollars.
WHAT TO EXPECT IF YOU VOLUNTEER:
CPA volunteers will meet at the United Way of Central New Mexico offices to review the financials of nonprofit organizations from the central New Mexico area. Based on established criteria, CPA volunteers will determine the financial health of nonprofit agency applicants.Experienced volunteers and staff will be onsite to answer any questions about process and criteria.
To learn more about the Community Fund, please visit our website at: www.uwcnm.org
A board of directors is a body of elected or appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of a company or organization. Other names include board of governors, board of managers, board of regents, board of trustees, and board of visitors. It may also be called "the executive board" and is often simply referred to as "the board".
The New Mexico Parkinson's Disease Coalition (NMPDC) is a 501(c) (3), supports the Parkinson community through education, resources, support and advocacy. We are looking for a Board Treasurer and a Board Member who wishes to help people diagnosed with Parkinson's.
Volunteering schedules are extremely flexible and individuals are encouraged to extend a helping hand with any of our volunteer opportunities. These opportunities include home hospitality, home stays, escorting, helping with Global Ties events, and connecting with individuals from around the world. To volunteer your time and engage with international visitors, it costs nothing!
We believe that anyone should be able to help build bridges among nations. Please visit our website for more information on how you can get involved and sign up today!
Membership applications can be found under the "Get Involved" tab at our website http://www.globaltiesabq.org/ Please feel free to contact us through email at email@example.com or by phone at 505-888-1867
The board is interviewing candidates for a treasurer. If you have accounting experience and are interested in interviewing for the position, please submit a resume to Richard Holder – firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Treasurer shall assure the financial accountability of the organization.
The Treasurer shall:
• Give assistance and expertise with funds and securities of the corporation
• Assist in the preparation of the yearly budget
• Perform all of the duties incident to the office of the Treasurer and such other duties as from time to time may be assigned to him/her by the President of the Board
The time commitment is 2-3 hours/month and Board meetings 2-3 hours quarterly.
Wings For L.I.F.E. has a FREE special tutoring program for children of all ages. Tutors will offer help with homework, read to & with all children, & help with any classroom needs they may have.
WHO: Students of all ages
WHEN: 1st four Monday evenings of the month, 6:00—7:30 pm
Dinner: 6—6:30 pm (For the whole family)
WFL Tutoring: 6:30—7:30 pm (For anyone who needs help)
Adult Programming: 6:30—7:30 pm
WHERE: 1st & 3rd Mondays: St. John's United Methodist Church, 2626 Arizona NE
2nd & 4th Mondays: Second Presbyterian Church, 812 Edith Blvd (Corner Edith & Lomas)
BRING: Books and homework to work on after family dinner at WFL
WHY: To help students do better in school & because we care!
For More Information call: 505-291-6412 or 505-717-7221 or reply by email by clicking Volunteer Now above. PLEASE RSVP so we have enough food for dinner.
Help set up and break down cages for cats and dogs, help prospective adopters with animals, help socialize animals while at clinic
Help take care of the many cats in our cattery. This could include scooping litter, feeding, changing water, and sweeping. Also socializing with the cats!
Looking for a community service opportunity that utilizes your current skill set, but is FUN!? OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program trains and places senior adults as reading mentors with elementary students in public schools. You'll meet with the same child weekly throughout the school year to read, talk, and write stories. No teaching experience is required; we emphasize your patience, compassion, and humor. By bringing the joy of reading to a young mind, you will also be a role model, a mentor and a friend to a student K-4! We will schedule your training and pay for your background check clearance. Join US!
Come join us at HFHT and help build homes, community, and hope. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups. From building houses to assisting in the ReStore to helping out with office tasks or working at special events there is something for you.
Taos is a great place to visit for a week-long group building experience! And it's an equally wonderful experience for a company, church, or group to bond while helping the community.
Call the HFHT office at 575-758-7827 or email us at email@example.com for more information.