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Volunteers will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Once filled, the form and/or contacts will stop accepting responses.
It is VERY important that if you sign up for an event you honor your commitment and SHOW UP!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mr. Frank Holthouse at 847-451-3031 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some of the opportunities coming up!
Young at Heart Looking for Volunteers
Date: Friday, July 20, 2017
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: American Legion, 9757 W. Pacific, Franklin Park, IL
Contact: Char Kawa email@example.com
Young at Heart is looking for volunteers to help with their Summer Dinner Dance. Duties include set up, serving and clean up.
4th of July Parade in Elmwood Park with Unity in Communiy
When: Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Time: 9:45am to 12:30pm
Where: 11 Conti Parkway, Elmwood Park IL
Contact: Tom Brimie, 630-918-5969 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unity in Community is looking for as many students as possible to walk in the Elmwood Park 4th of July Parade. The parade starts at 11 Conti Parkway in Elmwood Park and ends at the Elmwood Park High School. We will issue Unity in Community T-Shirts and Every student that walks will be entered into a raffle for a $500 scholarship. Grab your friends and join the parade!
Trek to the R.E.C. 5K
When: Sunday, September 9th, 2018
Time: 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM (Volunteer Check in from 6:00am-6:30am)
Where: Mannheim Middle School (2600 Hyde Park Ave, Melrose Park, IL 60164, front lot off Hyde Park Ave.) day of the race.
Who/Contact: Ben White 847-451-5148 or BWhite@leydentownship.com
What: Leyden Township is hosting their 5th Annual Trek to the Rec 5K on Sunday, September 9th and they are in need of volunteers! Volunteers will help with street closures, water stations, and more. All proceeds from this event will go towards those families who are less fortunate in the township. If you can help out this great cause...please fill out the form below. WE ALWAYS APPRECIATE YOUR HELP!
Interfaith Outreach ~ Food 4 Life and the Clothing Closet are looking for Volunteers
When: Ongoing Saturdays
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (or any time frame in between)
Where: 2825 Hawthorne St (the little blue house)
Who/Contact: Lois Sullivan (708) 638-2320 email@example.com
Help out at the Food 4 Life food pantry and Clothing Closet. Help guests with shopping needs or sort and hang clothing, various ‘jobs’ to do. Directly help those in our community and earn some service hours!
Leyden Lions Minor League Football
The Leyden Lions Minor League Football organization is looking for volunteers for their five home football games! This is an excellent opportunity to earn service hours!Students will have a chance to earn these hours during the five home games, which are played at Babe Serpico Field (1000 N. 25th Ave). There may also be opportunities for playoff games. Each event will garner you seven service hours. Duties will include the hydration station, pre game field set up, chain crew, post game field breakdown and other duties as assigned by the Coaching Staff.The Leyden Lions are a 501c3 organization and we are looking to be more involved in our community. We have participated in the annual Taste of Melrose Park. Our website is www.leydenlions.com.If interested, the student or their parent should contact Mr. Hughes via email stating the student's name and school and the date(s) they would like to volunteer. All games will be played on Saturday at 7pm. We would like for our volunteers to be there at 5pm. If they bring a parent with them, the parent will be granted free admission.
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Leyden Lions Minor League Football Organization
Association of Horizon Summer Camp
When: July 15-21 (144 Hours of Service!)
Where: Timber Pointe Outdoor Center near Bloomington, IL
Contact: Karlyn Gehring - - firstname.lastname@example.org
What: This organization is a non-profit dedicated to breaking down boundaries between those with and without physical disabilities. At camp, volunteers ages 16+ are paired one-on-one with adult campers with physical disabilities for a week of recreation and learning from one another. Student volunteers develop responsibility and leadership. For me, the communication and community-building skills I developed at camp also helped prepare me for my first jobs and my direction as I entered college.