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Upper Valley Volunteer Jobs Listing

  • Lisa Vandvier picks cherry tomatoes at Cedar Circle Farm in East Thetford, Vt., on Sept. 11, 2015. Vandvier who works for Hypertherm was there as part of the United Way's Day of Caring, volunteers were gleaning vegetables for Willing Hands' food distribution. Held in several regions across New Hampshire and in Windsor County in Vermont, the event matches nonprofits that need work done with people willing to do it. In 2014, a total of nearly 1,500 volunteers completed 180 projects. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck)

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Thursday, April 07, 2016

Please help us keep this list up to date. Send requests for volunteers by email to Volunteers@vnews.com, or by mail to Volunteer Jobs, c/o Valley News, P.O. Box 877, White River Junction, Vt. 05001. For more information about this list, call 603-727-3221. The complete Volunteer Jobs list can always be found on the Valley News website: www.vnews.com. Click on “Things to Do.”

ACTS Honduras in the Upper Valley: Assist a nonprofit working in rural Honduras with its annual newsletter and solicitation from August through December. Requires database and coordination skills. 603-795-2624 or 802-649-1282. Visit www.actshonduras.org.

Adult Learning Services in West Lebanon: Assist students in basic reading, writing and math, High School Equivalency, and English as a second language. No experience required. 603-790-8518 or dlaffin@sau88.net. Visit www.nhadulted.org.

Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon: Visit patients in ElderFriend program, visit homebound patients and greet people coming into the hospital. Call 603-448-7456, email cooperm@apdmh.org, or visit www.alicepeckday.org.

American Cancer Society Road to Recovery: Drive cancer patients to treatment a minimum of twice a month, mostly to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Short distance, flexible schedule, daytime hours. 1 800-227-2345.

American Precision Museum in Windsor: Docents needed to lead programs about the innovation and evolution of machines and machine tools that shape the modern world. Training provided. Scott Davison, education director, sdavison@americanprecision.org or 802-674-5781. Visit www.americanprecision.org.

American Red Cross: Volunteer on a Disaster Action Team. Assist families who have been impacted by a disaster, provide disaster preparedness education in the community and help install smoke detectors in vulnerable homes as part of a Disaster Action Team. Training provided. 1-800-660-9130, angela.russell@redcross.org, or http://www.redcross.org/local/new-hampshire-vermont.

American Red Cross Blood Services: Volunteers needed to greet, register, and help rehydrate donors at blood drives in the Upper Valley. 603-315-5201 or kristine.farhat2@redcross.org.

Arts Bus: Help with special events, including putting up flyers, baking, setup, cleanup, and during the events themselves. Volunteers are also needed to help occasionally with mailings. info@artsbusvt.org. 802-272-2762.

AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon: Assist with daily operations. 603-448-3117. Visit www.avagallery.org.

Bayada Hospice in Norwich: Visit patients in their homes, assisted living facilities or nursing homes. Duties may include reading, letter writing or preparing light meals. Hours are flexible. 802-526-2380.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Western New Hampshire in Claremont: Adults and adolescents mentor children in Sullivan County from four to six hours a month over the course of a year. 603-263-0849. Visit www.facebook.com/BBBSofWesternNH.

Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock: Volunteers age 11 and older assist with education programs, behind-the-scenes activities, hands-on crafts, annual quilt show and special events. 802-457-2355. Visit www.billingsfarm.org.

Boy Scouts of America: Assist local units or help organize a scouting chapter in the area. Training provided. Must pass background check. 603-448-1668 or www.nhscouting.org/sunapee.

Bugbee Senior Center in White River Junction: Assist in the dining room, deliver home meals or drive seniors to medical appointments and errands. 802-295-9068. Visit www.bugbeecenter.org.

Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation in Plymouth Notch: Training is provided to work with students when they visit President Calvin Coolidge’s boyhood home. 802-672-3389 or education@calvin-coolidge.org. Visit www.calvin-coolidge.org.

CATV in White River Junction: Training is provided for volunteers willing to tape Upper Valley events. 802-295-6688. Visit www.catv8.org.

Center for the Arts in New London: Assist with graphic design for newsletters and advertisements; website and email updates; sponsorship development and support; grant writing; general programming and office help. 603-526-4444. Visit www.centerfortheartsnh.org.

Central Vermont Basic Education in Randolph: Tutor students in literacy and GED instruction. 802-476-4588. Visit www.cvabe.org.

Chelsea Area Senior Center: Help in the kitchen or with home deliveries. 802-685-2290.

Children’s Center of the Upper Valley in Lebanon: Board members sought who can meet once a month. 603-448-1005.

Chore Corps in Grafton and Sullivan Counties: Assist elders with small repairs, seasonal chores and shopping. 1-877-711-7787. Visit www.gcscc.org/chorecorps.asp.

City Center Ballet in Lebanon: Assist with events or marketing. Volunteers with basic sewing skills assist with costuming. 603-448-9710. Visit www.CityCenterBallet.org.

Claremont Parks and Recreation: Coordinators, scorekeepers, instructors and coaches for high school and middle school basketball. 603-542-7019.

Claremont Opera House: Usher, join committees and help in the office. 603-542-0064.

Classicopia: Assist at concerts for a nonprofit chamber music organization. Volunteers needed on a regular or substitute basis. 603-643-3337 or marcia@classicopia.org. Visit www.classicopia.org.

COA Chapin Senior Center in New London: Drive senior citizens to grocery stores, doctor appointments and other needs. Flexible schedules available. Contact Karen Lester. 603-526-6368.

Connecticut River Transit: Drive Vermont residents of Windsor and Windham counties to medical appointments. Drivers must be 21 or older and have been a licensed driver for at least one year. Mileage reimbursement available. 802-460-1195. Visit www. crtransit.org.

Connecticut River Local Advisory Committee: Representatives from Upper Valley towns assist in developing river management plans and help educate the public on the stewardship of the river. Meets every two months in Thetford. 603-448-1680.

Connecticut Valley Home Care & Hospice: Provide short breaks for caregivers of hospice patients in Sullivan County. Training provided. 603-543-6800.

Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire: Guardians ad litem advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children approximately eight to 10 hours per month, including visits with children and court appearances. 603-626-4600, ext 2106. Visit www.casanh.org.

Court Street Arts in Haverhill: Help with live performances in Alumni Hall, including setting up, taking tickets and clearing tables. 603-989-5543. Visit www.alumnihall.org.

Cover Home Repair in White River Junction: Assist with home repair projects in the Upper Valley or assist with donations in the store. No experience necessary. Professional leadership, tools and safety gear provided. 802-296-7241 ext. 104. Visit www.coverhomerepair.org.

D Acres in Dorchester: Work in the gardens and assist with food preservation from early spring through late fall. Assistance also needed with office work, graphic design and advertising. 603-786-2366. Visit www.dacres.org.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Variety of opportunities in many departments that can include interacting with patients. Flexible opportunities and schedules. Training provided. 603-650-7056 or volunteer.services@Hitchcock.org. Visit dartmouth-hitchcock.org.

David’s House in Lebanon: Create a supportive home environment for families who have children receiving treatment at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth. Visit www.davids-house.org.

Enfield Shaker Museum: Opportunities range from building maintenance to program development, curatorial duties to assisting in the gift shop. Training provided. 603-632-4346. Visit www.shakermuseum.org.

Enfield Village Association: Assist with community events or help in the office. Flexible hours. 603-632-7197. Visit www.enfieldmainstreet.org.

Evergreen Singers: Bass singers needed for a group that sings to bring comfort and support to people in nursing homes, hospitals or private homes. Rehearsals take place in Norwich. 802-765-4314.

Everybody Wins! Mentoring program matches adult readers with children in six elementary schools. Readers meet for one lunch hour each week. 802-229-2665, www.everybodywinsvermont.org, info@ewvt.org.

Fall Mountain Friendly Meals: Charlestown area delivery drivers needed on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. 603-835-2283.

Fort at No. 4 in Charlestown: Assist with sales and customer service in the gift shop at living history museum. 603-826-5700. Visit www.fortat4.org.

Friends of the Morrill Homestead: Assist with programs, art exhibits and events such as the Apple and Cheese Harvest Festival. 802-765-4288 or director@morrillhomestead.org. Visit www.morrillhomestead.org.

Friends of Veterans: Assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Opportunities range from casework management to office work. Flexible schedules. 802-296-8368, Visit www.friendsofveteransvtnh.org.

Gifford Medical Center in Randolph: Help with weekend morning coffee hours at the nursing home, run the register in the cafeteria, deliver patient meals, greet visitors or work in the gift shop. Call 802-728-2324. Visit www.giffordmed.org/volunteering.

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains-Four Rivers Community: Training provided for adults willing to be leaders, run workshops, train adults, manage product sales and more. Visit www.girlscoutsgwm.org.

Good Beginnings of Central Vermont: Help to build a support system for vulnerable families in Randolph, Royalton, Brookfield, Braintree and Bethel. 802-595-7953. Visit www.goodbeginningscentralvt.org.

Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley: Provide weekly in-home visits to a family with a baby for a period of three months. Volunteers are matched with a family in their community and training is provided. Flexible schedule. 603-298-9524. www.gbuv.org, info@gbuv.org, 603-298-9524.

Good Neighbor Health Clinic in White River Junction: Greet patients, answer calls, organize records and assist with patient education during daytime or evening hours. Physicians, nurses, nutritionists and physical therapists see patients three hours per month. 802-295-1868. Visit www.goodnhc.org.

Granite United Way: Nonprofit helps people find volunteer opportunities across the region. Visit www.graniteuw.org.

Grassroot Soccer in Norwich: Help with correspondence, process donations and assist with events for an organization that supports HIV and AIDS prevention education to youth in Africa. 802-649-2900. Visit www.grassrootsoccer.org.

Greater Randolph Senior Center: Deliver Meals on Wheels drivers. Prepare, serve and clean up after meals at the center, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday-Thursday. 802-728-9324.

Greater Sullivan County Medical Reserve Corps: Medical and nonmedical volunteers needed for emergencies and community support activities. Training provided. Visit www.sullivancountynh.gov/mrc or email mrc@sullivancountynh.gov.

Greater Upper Valley Trout Unlimited: Help conserve, protect and restore North America’s cold water fisheries and their watersheds. Email guvtupres@gmail.com. Visit www.tu226.wordpress.com.

Hanover Lions Club: Volunteers needed on a periodic basis to help with service projects and events such as food drives and community meals. Contact Star Johnson at 603-381-8603 or star@biggreenre.com.

Hanover Terrace: Assist with coffee hours, outings and bingo, share a musical talent or hobbies with senior citizens. Junior volunteer opportunities include nail salon, crafting and ice cream sundae making. Contact Keri-Ann Coutu at 603-643-2854, ext. 2018 or activities@hanover-health.com.

Hartford Community Restorative Justice Center: Serve on a reparative panel or mentor offenders re-entering the community. The center provides programs to repair the harm caused by crime and conflict in the community. Flexible hours. Training provided. 802-291-7173. Email mmclafferty@hartfordjusticecenter.org.

Hartford Dismas House: Cook and share a weeknight dinner with residents at a transitional home reconciling former prisoners and society. Email jeff@dismasofvermont.org or call 802-698-8661. Visit http://dismasofvermont.org.

Hartford Garden Friends: Tend the public gardens for a few hours a month. No experience required. 802-295-6390.

Hartford Historical Society: Assistance needed in all aspects of maintaining documents and artifacts at the Garipay House museum and collecting local histories. 802-296-3132. Visit www.hartfordhistory.org.

Hartford Recycling Center: Assist customers, answer questions and keep the area tidy. 802-295-5740.

High Horses Therapeutic Riding Program in Sharon: Volunteer opportunities both in and out of the ring. 802-763-3280. Visit www.highhorses.org.

Historic Windsor Inc. and Preservation Education Institute: Help with preservation workshops, lectures, tours, photography, office work and library duties. 802-674-6752. Visit www.preservationworks.org.

Historic Homes of Runnemede in Windsor: Spend time with seniors. 802-674-6733. Visit www.hhronline.org.

Hood Museum of Art in Hanover: Assist three hours a week the gift shop. 603-646-2317.

Horse Meadow Senior Center in North Haverhill: Spend time with seniors. Volunteers receive training, supplementary liability insurance and mileage reimbursement, and income eligible volunteers receive a non-taxable stipend. 603-787-2539. Visit www.gcscc.org.

Kearsarge Area Council on Aging in New London: Use your own vehicle to assist seniors with transportation needs. 603-526-6368. Visit www.kearsargecoa.com.

Kearsarge Area Preschool in Bradford, N.H.: Spend time with children at the community center on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Contact Kim Morgan at 603-387-1441 or bery555@gmail.com.

Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice: Spend a morning or afternoon assisting with respite care programs for people with memory loss in New London and Lebanon, or help staff at The Renaissance Shoppe. the resale shop that benefits the VNA. 603-526-4077. Visit www.lakesunapeevna.org.

Latham Memorial Library in Thetford: Work the circulation desk, assist with book sales, special programming and publicity. 802-785-4361. Visit www.thetfordlibrary.org.

Lebanon Center Genesis Health Care: Help with coffee hour, deliver mail, greet visitors and share hobbies and talents at a long-term care facility. 603-448-2234.

Lebanon Opera House: Attend performances in exchange for daytime and evening ushering and house managing. 603-448-0400. Visit www.lebanonoperahouse.org.

Lebanon Public Libraries: Assist with the Lebanon and West Lebanon libraries’ public outreach programs, which bring books to people who cannot get to the library. Help in the gardens and in preparing materials for shelving. 603-442-6163.

Ledyard Charter School in Lebanon: Share your professions and hobbies with students by giving short presentations or leading workshops. Assist on a regular basis or volunteer one time. 603-727-4772. Visit www.ledyardcharterschool.com.

Lebanon Court Diversion Program: Strengthen communities by facilitating the restorative justice process for juvenile offenders, victims, and communities. 802-295-5078, ext. 16. Visit www.vcdp.org.

Libbie Cass Library in Springfield, N.H.: Work at the circulation desk in the afternoon or evening on a weekly, biweekly or monthly basis. 603-763-4381 or libbiecass@gmail.com.

Listen Community Services in Lebanon, White River Junction and Canaan: Assist with a variety of jobs in thrift stores and food pantries or work with teens at The Junction Teen Life-skills Center. Flexible schedules available. 603-448-4553. Visit www.listencs.org.

Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society in West Windsor: Walk and groom dogs, spend time with cats, assist with morning chores, greet visitors and write grants. Volunteers under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult. 802-484-5829. Visit www.lucymac.org.

Lutheran World Relief Quilters in Hanover: Help create quilts that are donated to disaster victims around the world. Training and materials provided. 603-643-3703 or lutherancenter@Dartmouth.edu.

Lyme Town Band: Openings for musicians of all ages and degrees of accomplishment. Email thelymetownband@gmail.com.

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock: People who enjoy working with the public volunteer as mansion stewards or as visitor center staff. 802-457-3368. Visit www.nps.gov/mabi.

Mascoma Area Senior Center in Canaan: Deliver meals to older residents, provide transportation to medical appointments and assist with meals and activities at the center. 603-523-4333. Visit www.gcscc.org/mascoma.asp.

The Mascoma Cooperative Preschool in Enfield: Serve a one- or two-year term providing business guidance to the board of directors. 603-632-5655. Visit www.mascomacooperativepreschool.org.

Milfoil Removal: Volunteers are needed to pull Eurasian watermilfoil from the North Hartland Lake reservoir and from Dewey's Mill Pond in Quechee. Training is offered in June; volunteers can pull at their convenience throughout the summer. For more information, contact Gary Pelton at garpelt@gmail.com or 207-234-4220.

Mountain Mucker 5K Road Race in Sunapee: Assist with registration, supervising obstacles, aid stations and children’s race in early June. Visit www.themountainmucker.com.

Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich: Interact with visitors three hours a week or assist with facilities maintenance one morning a week. 802-649-2200, ext. 249 or email volunteer@montshire.org.

Neighbor to Neighbor AmeriCorps in Orange County, Vt.: Deliver meals, help with tax preparation, provide transportation to appointments and build wheelchair ramps. 802-476-2674. Visit www.cvcoa.org.

New England Handicapped Sports Association: Assist with a wide variety of summer and winter sports, office help and fundraising. Training provided where needed. 603-763-9158. Visit www.nehsa.org.

New Hampshire Division for Children, Youth and Families in Claremont: Foster parents needed. Call 800-982-1001 ext. 397. Visit www.dhhs.state.nh.us/dcyf/adoption/.

New London Hospital: Help support patient- and family-centered care through the ABC’s Daycare, front desk support, gift shop, hospitality cart and mail room. Training provided. www.newlondonhospital.org pr 603-526-5133.

Norwich Public Library: ​Circulation desk volunteers needed to check books in and out, help patrons locate materials, place books on hold and other circulation duties. Computer literacy needed. Call 802-649-1184 ​or email Janis.Murcic@norwichlibrary.org.

Old Church Theater in Bradford, Vt.: May through September opportunities include box office, lights and sound, stage manager, set crew and renovations. Visit www.oldchurchtheater.org or call 802-222-3322.

Open Hands Mission in Claremont: Prepare, serve and clean up after free meals at the Congregational Church. Shifts are Fridays and Saturdays, 2-6 p.m., and Sundays, 3-6 p.m. 603-542-2300; ohmc03743@gmail.com; cshsap@msn.com. Visit www.fccclaremontnh.com/calendar.

Opera North in Lebanon: Assist with administrative and marketing projects during each performance season. 603-448-4141 or grants@operanorth.org. Volunteer needed to maintain Opera North’s archives and music library. volunteer@operanorth.org. Visit www.operanorth.org.

Orange East Senior Center Meals on Wheels: Substitute drivers needed for Meals on Wheels deliveries on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Each route takes about three hours. Drivers reimbursed for mileage and a meal. Call 802-222-4782 or visit 176 Waits River Road, Bradford, Vt.

Orford Senior Services: Deliver meals, provide transportation to appointments and shopping, visit seniors, do dishes for the Tuesday noon meal or assist with the chore program. Call 603-353-9107 on Tuesdays.

Outreach House in Hanover: Interact with older adults through a variety of activities at an assisted living residence. 603-643-7744. Visit www.outreachhouse.org.

Oxbow Senior Independence Program Adult Day Services in Newbury, Vt.: Assist older adults with arts and crafts, play games and help with occasional excursions. 802-866-5465 or osipads@gmail.com.

Pentangle Arts Council in Woodstock: Assist with live and National Theatre Live performances for the fall and winter season, help with the annual Holiday House Tour, distribute posters and work flexible hours in the office. 802-457-3981. Visit www.pentanglearts.org.

Potter’s Angels Rescue in Randolph Center: General volunteers, plus grant writers and event coordinators needed at an animal rescue organization. Email info@pottersangelsrescue.org. Visit www.pottersangelsrescue.org.

Quechee Gorge Visitor Center: Become an ambassador for Hartford area businesses by greeting and assisting visitors. 802-295-7900. Visit www.hartfordvtchamber.com.

Randolph Area Food Shelf: Work in the food pantry on a regular weekly basis, assist with special activities and participate on Community Outreach Committee to organize events and fundraisers. 802-431-0144 or volunteer@randolphareafoodshelf.org. Visit www.randolphareafoodshelf.org.

Red Logan Dental Clinic in White River Junction: Greet patients, answer calls and assist with patient education. Dentists, hygienists and dental assistants willing to volunteer three hours per month are also needed. 802-295-1868. Visit www.goodneighborhealthclinic.org.

RSVP and Volunteer Center in Windsor County: Organization matches volunteers age 55 and older with service opportunities in schools, food shelves, transportation, meal delivery and wellness activities. 802-674-4547 or www.rsvpvt.org.

SafeArt of Chelsea: Artists and instructors wanted for Healing Arts for Women programs, as well as for event and office support. 802-685-3138 or safeart.org.

Safeline in Orange and Windsor Counties: Community outreach, clerical work, office support, fundraising and answering the hotline for a domestic and sexual violence agency. 802-685-7900. Visit www.safelinevt.org.

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish: Give tours, work in the formal gardens and the museum shop, and help with other projects. 603-675-2175 ext. 107. Visit www.nps.gov/saga.

Second Beginnings Children’s Boutique in Claremont and Sunapee: Sort clothing and assist customers. 603-542-1848 or boutique@gbnh.org. Visit www.gbnh.org/SU-Boutique.php.

Senior Solutions of Windsor County: Visit senior citizens, drive for Meals on Wheels, complete office work or sit on an advisory council in Windsor and Windham counties and Thetford. 802-885-2714 or www.seniorsolutionsvt.org.

South Royalton Senior Center: Deliver Meals on Wheels and assist with transportation needs for older adults. 802-763-7386. Visit www.sharonvt.net under community organizations.

Spark Community Center in Lebanon: Assist with the daily operations of the center, help create opportunities for individuals with special needs and their families or teach a class. 603-678-8619. Visit www.sparkcommunitycenter.com.

Stagecoach Transportation Services: Volunteer drivers to help those without transportation of their own get to medical appointments, the grocery store or other services. Flexible hours and schedules are available. info@stagecoach-rides.org. 802-728-3773.

Student Conservation Association in Charlestown: Assist with clerical support for a national youth conservation organization. 603-543-1700. Visit www.thesca.org.

Sullivan County Humane Society in Claremont: Help with morning cleaning and chores, transporting, fundraising events and grant writing. Also, catsitters are needed. 603-542-3277. Visit www.sullivancountyhumanesociety.org.

Sustainable Hanover Committee: Work on food and natural resource sustainability issues. Work with others to encourage renewable energy use and decrease waste. Meets monthly on third Wednesday of each month, 8:30-10 a.m., Hanover Board room. 603-795-2037. Visit www.hanovernh.org/Pages/HanoverNH_BComm/shc/index.

Thompson Senior Center in Woodstock: Receptionists, wait staff and Meals on Wheels drivers. 802-457-3277. Visit www.thompsonseniorcenter.org.

TLC Family Resource Center in Claremont: Assist with marketing, merchandising, donations and customer service at 2nd Beginnings Thrift Store on Pleasant Street. Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. 603-542-1848. Visit www.tlcfamilyrc.org.

Train Depot in White River Junction: Greet Amtrak passengers one or more shifts per week, from 10:15 a.m.-noon, or 5:30-7 p.m. Contact Gary Fox at 802-376-9534 or gfox@sover.net.

Travis’ House: Serve on the board of the nonprofit, which is working to create safe, affordable housing in the Lebanon area for high functioning adults with special needs. The board meets the second Wednesday of each month, in the evening. Help is also needed with fundraising. travishouse97@gmail.com.

Turning Points Network in Claremont and Newport: Staff the crisis line, be safe home sponsors, provide office support, help with community education and work at Changes thrift store. 603-543-0155 or info@free-to-soar.org. Visit www.free-to-soar.org.

Twin Pines Housing Trust in White River Junction: Perform light maintenance, such as painting and yard work, at affordable housing properties. Call 802-291-7000. Visit www.tphtrust.org.

Upper Valley Aquatic Center in White River Junction: Become a welcome desk attendant, swim meet helper, camp councilors, help with housekeeping or KidZone attendant. 802-296-2850, ext. 103.

Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity in Claremont: Assist with data collection, home repairs, landscaping and other services. For more information call 603-543-3556 or 802-295-1854, or send an email to office@uppervalleyhabitat.org.

Upper Valley Haven in White River Junction: Support sheltering and community service programs. For more information visit www.uppervalleyhaven.org or call 802-295-6500.

Upper Valley Hostel in Hanover: Greet guests and answer the telephone, once a month, evenings or weekends, at a home-away-from-home for adults and their families receiving treatment at medical centers. 603-643-3277. Visit www.uppervalleyhostel.org.

Upper Valley Household Hazardous Waste Committee: Provide education on the use of nontoxic household products, assist with collection events or become a committee member. 603-448-1680. Visit hhw.uvlsrpc.org.

Upper Valley Humane Society in Enfield: Clean, feed, provide water and socialize with a variety of animals. Greet adopters, walk dogs and assist with fundraising efforts. 603-448-6888. 108. Visit www.uvhs.org.

Upper Valley Land Trust in Hanover: Assist with annual monitoring visits to conserved properties and trail clearing and maintenance. 603-643-6626. Visit www.uvlt.org.

Upper Valley Music Center in Lebanon: Assist with clerical work in the music library, organize events and serve on development and program committees. 603-448-1642. Visit www.uvmusic.org.

Upper Valley SCORE in Lebanon: Business owners, executives and entrepreneurs mentor small-business owners about all aspects of business life in the Upper Valley through workshops and counseling. 603-448-4391. Visit www.uppervalley.score.org.

Upper Valley Senior Center in Lebanon: Tasks include assisting with meals, activities and programs; delivering meals to home, providing transportation for medical appointments and maintenance work. 603-448-4213.

Upper Valley Trails Alliance: Help at annual events, maintain trails, collect trail data, assist with office work, grant writing, graphic design and photography. 802-649-9075. Visit www.uvtrails.org.

Vermont Adult Learning: Work with adult emerging readers one to three days a week in White River Junction. 802-281-4251. jgaine@vtadultlearning.org.

Valley Court Diversion Programs: Represent your community in the restorative justice process by serving on community restorative panels in the Upper Valley. Volunteers are essential to the success of court diversion, as they represent the voice of the community and help participants understand how their actions have affected others. Training is provided. Call 802-281-5213 or visit www.vcdp.org.

Valley Terrace in White River Junction: Read, color, converse and play cards or games with residents for an hour or longer per month. Contact Marcia DeCoff-Perry or Bobbi Trombley at 802-280-1910.

Vermont Guardian ad Litem Program: Help abused and neglected children by becoming an advocate in the court system. 802-295-4008. Visit www.vermontjudiciary.org/gtc/Family/GAL.aspx.

The Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Quechee: Volunteers needed to assist with maintenance, special events and guest services. 802-359-5000, ext. 221. volunteers@vinsweb.org. www.vinsweb.org.

Vermont Volunteer Services for Animals Humane Society in Bridgewater: Assist with grant writing, fundraisers, office and computer work, finding foster homes for pets and planning events. 802-672-5302. Visit www.vvsahs.org.

Veteran Affairs Medical Center in White River Junction: Interact with veterans as ambassadors or escorts. Roles include parking lot shuttle driver, information desk attendant, clerical aide and eye clinic aide. 802-295-9363, ext. 5392. Visit www.whiteriver.va.gov.

Visions For Creative Housing Solutions in Enfield: Do crafts, sewing, cooking, baking or other activities with residents, or help with office work, fundraising, cleaning or gardening. Contact Sylvia Dow, executive director, at 603-632-7707 or vfchsorg@gmail.com.

Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire: Visit with hospice patients, help with office projects, work at local health clinics and events, veteran-to-veteran volunteers, and work on quilting and knitting projects. 888-300-8853 or dsylvestre@vnhcare.org. Visit www.vnhcare.org.

Vital Communities in White River Junction: 802-291-9100. Visit www.vitalcommunities.org.

Volunteers in Action in Windsor: Drivers needed in seven communities to assist seniors with transportation needs. People are also sought to be trained as volunteer chaplains at Mt. Ascutney Hospital. 802-674-5971. Visit www.mtascutneyhospital.org.

Weathersfield Proctor Library in Ascutney: Opportunities are varied and flexible. 802-674-2863. Visit www.weathersfieldproctorlibrary.org.

White River Craft Center in Randolph: Assist with gardening, painting, bookkeeping and general office work. 802-728-8912. Visit www.whiterivercraftcenter.org.

White River Partnership in Royalton: Help with tree plantings, water quality monitoring and river cleanups of the White River watershed. 802-763-7733. Visit www.whiteriverpartnership.org.

Willing Hands: Collect excess produce and other nutritious food from grocers, farms and bakeries and deliver it to civil service organizations. Work in the organic farm garden, help with gleaning, cooking classes, and special projects. 802-698-0265. Visit www.willinghands.org.

Wilder Club and Library Board of Trustees: Serve on the board. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the library. Call 802-295-6341.

Windsor County Partners in Windsor: Mentor youth from age 8-17 for a couple of hours each week. 802-674-5101. Visit www.windsorcountypartners.org.

Windsor Public Library: Work two hours a week at the desk or as substitutes. 802-674-2556. Visit www.windsorlibrary.org.

WISE in Lebanon: Become certified crisis advocates at a domestic, sexual, violence and stalking crisis center, or become community ambassador or office intern. Training provided. 603-448-5922, ext. 105 or volunteers@wiseoftheuppervalley.org. Visit www.wiseoftheuppervalley.org.

Woodstock Community Food Shelf: Help out at food pantry that is open 4-6 p.m. Monday, 1-3 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m.-noon Saturday. 802-457-1185. Visit www.woodstockcommunityfoodshelf.org.

Woodstock History Center: Work with the collections, catalogue and inventory items, and assist staff. Volunteer greeters are needed from late June through October. 802-457-1822. Visit www.woodstockhistorical.org.