There are so many ways to give back during the holidays! Celebrate the season by helping those in need. Click the link below to find opportunities to volunteer, give gifts, or sponsor a family during the holidays.Volunteer with friends, family, co-workers, student club, service group, or on your own! Check out all the holiday opportunities here!
This note is from The Volunteer Center of Napa County (http://www.volunteernapa.org/): Napa Quake Update – If you are able to respond as a volunteer, please go to the Emergency Volunteer Center at Grace Church, 3765 Solano Ave, Napa, CA 94558. ALSO: Napa County has opened a Local Assistance Center (LAC) to help Napa County residents recover from earthquake. Volunteers, especially bilingual (Spanish/English) volunteers are needed to help translate.
LAC hours are 11am to 7pm every day starting today (no end time yet). They will take any volunteers any time they are available during these hours. The LAC is located at: 301 1st St, Napa, CA
(Corner of 1st Street and Silverado Trail- formerly JV Wine & Spirit) or please contact Mark Woo at 510-666-7494.
FINAL WEEK! Registration closes on AUG 22, 2014 for September’s Corporate Caring Volunteer Week.
Corporate Caring Volunteer Week connects volunteers from Bay Area businesses and corporations to hundreds of projects organized by local nonprofits. CCVW focuses on group volunteer projects that provide “team-building” experiences for corporate and business teams. Just register your team, show up, and have fun!
Civic engagement is a cornerstone of our democracy.
To help in Alameda County, click here.
For Contra Costa County, click here.
The Volunteer Center of the East Bay sponsors several Youth Action Days during the academic calendar year for young volunteers. We are looking for a few youth volunteers to join a panel to help plan, promote, evaluate and improve the Youth Action Days. Interested in joining? Please visit our Student Volunteering page, and then contact us and we will send you more information.
Registration opens this month on JULY 21, 2014 for September’s Corporate Caring Volunteer Week.
Corporate Caring Volunteer Week connects volunteers from Bay Area businesses and corporations to hundreds of projects organized by local nonprofits. Corporate Caring Volunteer Week focuses on group volunteer projects that provide “team-building” experiences for corporate and business teams. Projects are primarily one-time tasks that can be accomplished in 3 to 4 hours during a morning or afternoon shift. Just register your team, show up, and have fun!
The BVC provides companies a channel to exchange ideas and receive assistance to strengthen their employee volunteer program. Do you know or work with a local business that wants to increase community engagement and impact? Join Us
The Volunteer Center of the East Bay is in the news! Please check out the good news in the Contra Costa Times by following the link here:
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