Volunteers wanted: WPS, Habitat for Humanity and more
These not-for-profit organizations are looking for volunteers.
National Ability Center
Join the NAC at a monthly orientation to learn more about volunteer roles within aquatics, ski and snowboard, sledge hockey, indoor climbing, adaptive horseback riding, nordic, snowshoe, camps and events. Some programs require further training. See the volunteer guide on the website. General volunteer orientations are held the third Wednesday of every month from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 1000 Ability Way, Park City. Come to learn more about how you can get involved. Please contact Sarah Jones at email@example.com or (435) 649-3991.
Wildlife Protection Society
The Wildlife Protection Society is looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people who love animals to fill some key positions in its nonprofit organization. Nonprofit experience is helpful, but not necessary. Good communication and leadership skills are highly desirable. Minimal time commitment is required. Call Judy today at (888) 736-4489 if you have an interest in any of the following areas: education, outreach activities, fundraising, membership, publicity and trails. The Wildlife Protection Society works with local and state agencies to preserve habitat and essential migratory corridors in an effort to protect wildlife for future generations to enjoy.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Summit & Wasatch counties is building "green" in Park City, rehabilitating a home in Heber, and providing maintenance, repair and weatherization services for income-qualified homeowners. Join as a committee member in family services, construction programs, faith relations, or events. Other volunteer opportunities include participating in team build days on a construction site, data entry, office assistance, and helping with community-outreach activities. Volunteers are the heart of Habitat’s housing services and the people who strengthen its programs. To find out how to have more fun volunteering, call Shellie Barrus: (435) 658-1400.
Pancreatic Cancer Network
Salt Lake City volunteers with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network host monthly meetings the second Monday of the month at 6 p.m. at the Salt Lake County Building, 2001 S State St., North Bldg, Room 4017. Pancreatic cancer survivors, families, friends and supporters are invited to join us to learn more about the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and what can be done to make an impact locally. For more information please visit http://www.pancan.org/saltlakecity , or e mail Rona Greenwald firstname.lastname@example.org
Summit Land Conservancy
The Summit Land Conservancy works in partnership with landowners to permanently protect the remaining agricultural lands, view-sheds, animal habitats, waterways, and rangelands in Park City and Summit County. The group is looking for volunteers to help with special events and operations. Opportunities include helping with the annual spring film festival, monitoring conservation easements, and assisting with office work. For more information, please contact Megan at email@example.com, (435) 649-9884, or go to http://www.summitlandconservancy.org
Summit Community Gardens
Summit Community Gardens is now accepting applications for internships, board positions, and volunteers. Gain experience in youth programs, or use your skills as a web genius or marketing guru. To find your niche, contact Anne Dorsey at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 842-2326.
Peace House is a nonprofit organization that serves victims of domestic violence. Peace House needs volunteers to help with a variety of tasks. Hours are flexible. For more details contact Jessica@PeaceHouse.org or (435) 658-4739, ext. 104.
Stay active and learn something new! Volunteer with Recycle Utah. You’re guaranteed to learn something you didn’t know about recycling and reuse. Keep your mind sharp and your body in motion at the recycling center. Recycle Utah schedules volunteers every day of the week. Contact Recycle Utah, your nonprofit recycling center, to learn more at (435) 649-9698 or email email@example.com
Park City Medical Center
Volunteer at the Park City Medical Center to make a positive difference in the community. Opportunities available: adult volunteer, junior volunteer, gift shop, pet therapy, music therapy, patient liaison. For more information, contact volunteer coordinator Jo Duff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Enrichment Services
YES, Youth Enrichment Services, is a not-for-profit organization of professionals who specialize in local small-business enrichment programs and services for children in the Park City community. The mission of YES is to provide parents with free information and resources while supporting local businesses. Check out the website: Yespc.org .YES needs volunteers to help with a variety of projects. YES is flexible and would appreciate any time you could offer. The group is also looking for a high school/college intern to help with upcoming growth plans and events. Please contact Randi Jo at (310) 403-4645 or Randijo@Yespc.org .
Friends of Animals
Friends of Animals Utah is looking for volunteers to help furry friends waiting for adoption. The local nonprofit needs people to walk dogs, socialize with the animals, and assist with pet care and cleanup. Shifts are available at the Furburbia adoption center from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and at the Rescue & Rehab Ranch from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, contact Furburbia at 649-5441 or visit http://www.foautah.org
After-school literacy program
Spend an afternoon helping a student with reading, writing or homework in a zany, fun, safe and synapse-firing environment. The Mega-Genius Supply Store and IQ HQ (435 Swede Alley), a free after-school literacy program, needs volunteer tutors to help children find that inner genius. The center is open after school for students in grades one through 12, Monday through Thursday (and Fridays, by appointment). Please email Jaimie for information on how to become a volunteer: email@example.com .
The Egyptian Theatre is always in need of volunteers to help as ushers, ticket takers, concessions, and for private events. This is a great way to see the weekly shows for free. Please email Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (435) 649-9371 to be added to the email list. The Egyptian Theatre is a nonprofit organization bringing live theatre, concerts, dance, comedy, and community events to the stage in the heart of historic Main Street.
Swaner Preserve & EcoCenter
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter is a 1,200-acre nature preserve in Kimball Junction dedicated to preserving the land, educating the community, and nurturing the human-land connection. Swaner is always in need of volunteers to help run the visitor’s center, lead educational programs, and help with land and restoration projects. For more information, visit http://www.swanerecocenter.org. For questions, contact Sally Upton at (435) 252-3576 or email@example.com
Park City Museum
Do you love history and Park City? Are you interested in furthering your involvement in the community? The Park City Museum is looking for individuals interested in leading museum tours, assisting visitors in the museum galleries by answering questions, helping at the front desk, and leading school group programs. Please contact Jenette Purdy at the Park City Museum for more information: (435) 649-7457 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Promoting Low Carbon Diet
Park City Municipal Corp. is seeking teen and adult volunteers to promote the Low Carbon Diet program, a city-sponsored initiative that involves education, outreach, and action on the part of greater Park City to reduce its carbon footprint and ultimately Save Our Snow! Volunteers will help with tasks aimed at community awareness and education, including assisting households with reducing their environmental impact. Flexible schedules and community-service hours are available. Contact the Low Carbon Diet Coordinator Brian Kahn at email@example.com for more information. Additional details are online at www. parkcitygreen.org
Utah 1033 Foundation
The Utah 1033 Foundation provides immediate financial assistance to the families of fallen Utah police officers and scholarships for the families of any Utah law enforcement officer. The organization is seeking volunteers to help with brainstorming, marketing, writing, and with special events. This 501(c)(3) organization offers rewarding opportunities to connect with community leaders and support those who risk their lives to keep our communities safe. For more information please call Ryan at (435)655-0558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
People’s Health Clinic
The People’s Health Clinic is looking for medical professionals and interpreters. If you are a doctor, nurse, PA, MA, phlebotomist, even a retired medical provider, or can translate Spanish, your skills and compassion can be put to immediate use. Volunteers are needed to help staff Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday clinics anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. As much or little time as you can give, weekly, monthly, sporadically, is appreciated. For more information, contact Patti Peters at email@example.com or call her at (435) 333-1879. The clinic provides medical care to the uninsured of Summit and Wasatch counties.
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