Winter Volunteer Opportunities

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Monday through Friday, 10 am to 12 pm at Grace Place

  • Volunteer in our Bright Beginnings Early Childhood Education classrooms with our one-, two-, three-, and four-year-olds. Assist in the classroom alongside a teacher providing support once or twice a week.

Academy of Leaders Elementary
Monday through Friday, 3:15 pm -5 pm

  • Volunteer inside the classroom, helping a small group of students with homework, reading or math.

Academy of Leaders Middle School
Monday through Thursday, 4 pm – 6 pm

  • Tutors in all subjects are needed to work one-on-one or in a small group with students.

L.E.A.D.
Tuesday through Thursday, 2:30 pm – 5 pm

  • Math tutors are in high demand. Share your math talents by working one-on-one or in a small group with students needing help in math.

Mornings or Evenings, Seasonal or Year-round, at Grace Place

We are looking for volunteers to teach English to our adult English Language Learners. Classes are held in the evening once a week. The program runs year-round and volunteers both full-time and part-time are welcomed throughout the year. You do not need to speak Spanish to volunteer, nor do you need experience teaching English. Training is provided throughout the year, in addition to lots of resources and support.

Fridays 9 am – 12 pm, 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, and 2:30 – 5:30 pm at Grace Place

Our Food Pantry needs your help on Fridays! Volunteers help with unpacking and sorting food, distribution and assisting our clients as needed. This is a great opportunity to come with a friend or a group and volunteer together! Several shifts available to volunteer.

Are you bilingual? Help us at the computer registering clients and checking clients in from 12:30-5pm.

Opportunities to volunteer on Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings from 9am – 12pm are also available to help organize the food pantry.

Daily at Grace Place

  • Answer phones and greet guests.
  • Make copies and assist with other small office projects.
  • Assist with entering data into tracking systems.

April 23rd from 9 am – 12 pm at Grace Place

Join us on April 23rd for our Family Literacy Day! Families will spend the morning at the “Grace Place Town” reading, writing, and learning to encourage and facilitate family literacy. Plan a station with your group around the theme “Grace Place Town” and enjoy interacting with our students and families.

Contact us for more specifics and calendar dates

  • Summer Moving Days:
    • June 4th 9am-12pm
    • June 18th 8:30am – 1:30pm
    • August 6th 9am – 12pm
  • Field Trips and Special Events
  • Driving a small bus or a large bus
  • Facility Work Days and Projects
  • Sort and Organize Books
  • Photographer
  • Event Planning and Fundraising
  • Committees (Finance, Facilities, etc.) and Leadership
  • Family Literacy Day
Chrissie Guzman

Colleen Durham

Volunteer and Community Engagement Coordinator

Volunteer Contact

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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.

 – Margaret Mead

OUR CHANGE MAKERS SAY

“We’re big advocates for intervening in a child’s life. You never know when you are going to make that impact that changes everything. These parents love their children, but they’re often working two jobs trying to make ends meet. You can see how much they want a different life for their children and they are so grateful to us when we see them on campus. That’s why we’re here. We want to help set these children up for life and giving them an education is the best way we know to do that. It’s our great hope.”

LEO AND GAIL KING • BRIGHT BEGINNINGS AND FOOD PANTRY VOLUNTEERS

“It’s rewarding seeing the people we are helping. The community we are serving is a wonderful community, they are very family oriented and they care so much for their children. They remind me of the wave of immigration that we had in the 1900s, seeking a better life for their family. It’s going to change our society for the better. These are good, hardworking people with good values. They want to learn, they want to make a better life, and they just need help. I especially enjoy seeing the kids from the educational programs volunteer in the food pantry. It’s neat to see that they want to give back.”

STAN RUSSELL • BOARD MEMBER

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