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RSVP Opportunities: PDF Print
The Travis County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program needs volunteers to serve in a broad array of areas, such as the Austin Humane Society, Austin Gray Panthers, Circle of Friends Alzheimer’s Caregivers Respite Care Program, Hispanic Contractors Assn., LBJ Library & Museum, Meals on Wheels & More, Odyssey Healthcare, Senior Games-Austin & in other capacities. Details: 854-7787 www.seniorservice.org/travis_county_rsvp.
Seton Medical Center PDF Print
Seton Medical Center Volunteers are looking for compassionate & caring persons to volunteer in patient & nonpatient care areas of Seton Medical Center. Volunteers are needed to provide support to families in need, assist hospital staff in the ER & in the Surgery Center & help in the gift shop, the cafe & at the information desks. Details: Volunteer office 324-1590 < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > www.setonmedicalcenter.org.
Swing Into Action as a Volunteer with The First Tee Of Greater Austin! PDF Print
Today’s youth need to experience support, care & love. They need to feel valued. They need to understand boundaries & expectations. And they need constructive, enriching opportunities to grow. As a volunteer for The First Tee of Greater Austin, you can help meet these needs & many more. Possessing golf experience is not necessary. Possessing a passion for helping kids is. We have a job for you whether you’re in high school, retired, or in between; whether you’re able to dedicate 1 hour each week or 40. Volunteer opportunities include: mentors, event & committee volunteers, program coordinators & instructors. Details: 732-0380 www.firstteeaustin.org.
United Way Capital Area Launches Appeal & Survey to the Austin Hispanic Community: PDF Print
Aimed at increasing community engagement & volunteerism, United Way Capital Area wants to target Hispanics to improve relationships & encourage community engagement. The survey is aimed at collecting baseline & demographic profile data about Hispanics living in the Austin area in an effort to develop future strategies that will lead to improved opportunities for community involvement. Community members wishing to participate in the survey are encouraged to visit the web site or call the survey hotline. Details: 498-4900 www.adelantesolutions.com/unitedwaysurvey/survey.html.
Wright House Wellness Center PDF Print
Wright House Wellness Center, formerly the HIV Wellness Center, has volunteer opportunities available. Work directly with clients, represent the Wright House in the community, or work with staff behind the scenes. 4301-B N. I-35. Details: Leah Graham 467-0088 < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > www.thewrighthouse.org.
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