Clark College Student Learning Center seeks volunteers to provide tutoring to help adult students improve basic reading, writing and math as well as English communication skills. Tutoring is done in classrooms, one-on-one, or in small group settings.
Clark County Food Bank would fail to run smoothly without the assistance of volunteers. Receptionists are needed and are responsible for answering and directing phone calls, filing, data entry, customer service, light cleaning, and greeting folks who walk through the front doors. Shifts are available Monday through Friday.
Empower Up volunteers help the community by supporting the agency and mission of providing computers, education, job skills training and access to the Internet to those in need. Positions include computer repair/ deconstruction, on-site donation specialists, thrift store cashier, audio repair, committee work, administration, and much more.
Furry Friends help homeless, abandoned, and abused pets by providing foster shelter, medical care, spaying and neutering, and educating the community until the pets are re-homed. Desperately needed are one or two licensed Vet Techs to provide medical care a few times each month. Other volunteers needs include: foster homes, phone volunteers, pet showings, transportation, administrative, fundraising, and with adoption center assistance.
Impact NW – Kids on the Block seek puppeteers to work in teams of two to present scripted educational programs to elementary school and community group audiences on important topics ranging from drug abuse prevention, healthy eating habits and physical activities, to learning about personal safety and child abuse.
Kaiser Permanente Hospice Program offers professional training for new volunteers interested in supporting Hospice patients and their families. Trained volunteers will provide home-based, hands-on support and respite to terminally ill patients and caregivers serving as friendly visitors to patients in care facilities in the Clark County area.
NatureScaping of Southwest Washington seeks garden volunteers. Garden work parties are scheduled every Tuesday and Saturday mornings (except in very poor weather). Tasks include basic gardening chores such as weeding, raking, pruning, planting, shoveling, etc., as you desire and your physical abilities and schedule allow. No previous experience required and training is provided. Also needed are maintenance and operations volunteers with knowledge of minor equipment repair and irrigation systems. Volunteers must be experienced at operating equipment such as tractors with bucket, lawnmower and chipper, have electrical skills, the ability to get along well with a wide variety of adults, good verbal communication skills, and a good sense of humor.