Greater Cleveland Volunteers: Opportunities for the week of Feb. 22, 2017

Greater Cleveland Volunteers  CLEVELAND, Ohio --  Greater Cleveland Volunteers enriches the community and individuals through volunteer services. We recruit individuals age 18 years+ to volunteer at 100+ nonprofit organizations throughout Cuyahoga...

Greater Cleveland Volunteers: Opportunities for the week of Feb. 22, 2017

Greater Cleveland Volunteers 

CLEVELAND, Ohio --  Greater Cleveland Volunteers enriches the community and individuals through volunteer services. We recruit individuals age 18 years+ to volunteer at 100+ nonprofit organizations throughout Cuyahoga County.

We offer on-going and special event volunteer opportunities.

Connect with us at greaterclevelandvolunteers.org, Facebook and Twitter @CLEvolunteers. We have volunteer coordinators available at 216-391-9500.

Here are a few featured volunteer opportunities. Have an interest and don't see it? Call us and a volunteer coordinator will assist.

On-Going

Office- A downtown Cleveland nonprofit agency that helps empower and support older adults to maintain wellness, independence and dignity seeks volunteers to help with filing and organizing faxes. Parking is free. Contact Cecille at 216-391-9500 x 122 or charris@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org.

Afterschool Tutors - Help a student succeed in school by becoming an afterschool tutor. There are opportunities located both east and west sides with flexible days and hours.  Getting help from an adult could mean the difference between staying in school or becoming a drop-out. Contact Lynette at 216-391-9500 x123 or lmaistros@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

Do you have 21st Century Skills? We are seeking volunteers who want to help students in grades 7-12 develop their skills in science, technology, engineering, art and math programs. Centers are located in both the east and west sides. Days and times are flexible. Contact Lynette at 216-391-9500 x123 or lmaistros@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

A volunteer opportunity from home - If you have great phone skills and highly motivated to schedule substitutes for a busy food delivery program where more than eighty residents are served contact Sandy. The work is of a flexible nature. You must have access to a phone with voice mail and a computer with email access.  Training is provided by an experienced scheduler.  Contact Sandy Frazer at 216-391-9500 x 120 or                           sfrazer@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

 Transportation Volunteers Make a positive impact on youth and help academically capable and motivated children in need meet their full potential. Drive a small group of middle and high school students to and from school, tutoring, extracurricular activities and residences. Drivers must be 21+ with valid driver's license and insurance. The vehicle is provided. Contact Cecille at 216-391-9500 x 122 or charris@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org.

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