Projects tagged with "Volunteers"

Volunteer and Help Empower Caregivers at the Parents’ Place Family Resource and Empowerment Center

ALL SUMMER LONG! Parents’ Place provides information and education to improve knowledge so parents, caregivers, and professionals can become empowered, allowing them to advocate for their children more effectively. Volunteers are the key component that allows Parents' Place to fulfill their mission. Currently they have 500 valued volunteers that assist throughout the year with events and activities. Volunteers are valued and welcome to utilize their skills and talents year around. if you have time, consider volunteer at Parents' Place!

Volunteer and Help Public School Students through the Pasadena Educational Foundation

ALL SUMMER LONG! Make a real difference. You can help provide essential resources and enrichment opportunities to public school students in Pasadena, Altadena, and Sierra Madre. Pasadena Educational Foundation's volunteers donate time and expertise to support PEF and the initiatives of the Pasadena Unified School District… because they know great education lifts everyone up. PEF volunteers are community members, PUSD parents, college students, high school students, realtors, business teams and associations who make a positive impact by doing good work right here in the neighborhoods. Together, they are building a stronger community and you can, too. Join them for a volunteer event and see for yourself!
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Volunteer at Project Minnie

ALL SUMMER LONG! Project Minnie is always in need of caring people who can pack food, make sandwiches, help distribute supplies, and photograph the animals on the boardwalk. They also need folks who will generously donate their time and expertise for specialized tasks including legal advice, grant writing, newsletter writing, graphic design and public relations. To learn more about volunteering opportunities, please email
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Inspire a New Generation to Read by Joining the Reading to Kids Taskforce

ALL SUMMER LONG! The Reading to Kids Taskforce includes returning volunteers, teachers, and administrators who are dedicated to supporting, sustaining, and building the organization. Requirements for joining the Taskforce include: having volunteered at two or more reading clubs and wanting to be involved in the planning, administration, and/or execution of some aspect of the organization.
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Volunteer to be an Onshore Volunteer for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

ALL SUMMER LONG! Onshore Volunteers are an essential part of ensuring funding for Sea Shepherd campaigns and carrying Sea Shepherd’s mission to the general public. Their campaign leaders, directors and other staff cannot be everywhere at once, so their OSVs help bring Sea Shepherd’s important message to as many corners of North America as they can. The OSVs arrange participation in events, help to manage and transport our merchandise and informational materials, and interact with the public. Without funding and public awareness, Sea Shepherd cannot do the work that we do. We are wholly funded by donations, not corporate sponsors or political interest groups. Our vested interest is in the welfare and preservation of ocean wildlife. There is no other group or movement like Sea Shepherd, and our OSVs must reflect that uniqueness in the effort that they put into our Onshore Volunteer program.

Hop Aboard and Volunteer to be a Crew Member on One of Sea Shepherd’s Vessels

ALL SUMMER LONG! We are looking for navigators, sailors, engineers, electricians, carpenters, welders, cooks, medics or nurses, small boat operators, photographers, videographers, electronics technicians, radio and antenna technicians, and even a few unskilled but dedicated Ocean Defenders
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Volunteer as a Bird Bander with the Starr Ranch Sanctuary

ALL SUMMER LONG! Dedicated birders who would like banding experience are invited to apply to become volunteer banders for a MAPS (Mapping Avian Productivity and Survivorship) station at the Starr Ranch Bird Observatory. MAPS is a growing network of hundreds of songbird banding stations in North America run by the Institute for Bird Populations (IBP). Long term banding data from MAPS stations help track changes in populations and migration patterns. In 2005, we became part of an international monitoring network that tracks birds in their wintering grounds, MoSI (Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal) with stations from Mexico to Columbia (and Starr Ranch!).
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Volunteer for Songbird Monitoring with the Starr Ranch Sanctuary

ALL SUMMER LONG! Besides bird banding, Starr Ranch manages other songbird monitoring projects that utilize volunteer citizen scientists who are trained by ornithologists. Monitoring usually targets rare species and habitats such as coastal sage scrub but they also use songbirds as indicators of restoration success and climate change. New monitoring projects help them make decisions on which invasive plant species they will work to control.If you would like to volunteer or would like to learn more about Starr Ranch songbird monitoring projects, please contact Sandy DeSimone ( at 949-858-0309.

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Volunteer to Control Invasive Plants with the Starr Ranch Sanctuary

ALL SUMMER LONG! Starr Ranch “Weed Warriors” help them remove invasive plant species. Invasive species can alter habitats and can have negative effects on wildlife. All of their weed control is non-chemical, and done with hand tools. Currently volunteers help them with periwinkle, English ivy, and Smilo grass removal. If you would like to become a “weed warrior” at Starr Ranch, please contact Sandy DeSimone ( at 949-858-0309.
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Gather Data on Stream Waters with the Starr Ranch Sanctuary

ALL SUMMER LONG! Since 2003, Starr Ranch biologists have trained volunteers to use a standardized protocol to gather data on stream water quality and the impacts of urban run-off on the physical, chemical, and biological components of water quality in the creeks of Starr Ranch. The results are sent to a statewide database. If you would like to volunteer with the annual stream bioassessment project, please contact Sandy DeSimone ( at 949-858-0309.
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Want to Help Fight Hunger? Help USHS By Volunteering For a Kitchen Shift

ALL SUMMER LONG! Interested in food prep and meal service? These volunteer shifts are an integral part of maintaining an efficient and successful kitchen and meal program. Volunteers must be at least 13 years old to volunteer in the kitchen with a chaperone and 16 to volunteer without one.

Help Cook a Meal for Folks at USHS

ALL SUMMER LONG! Union Station Homeless Services relies on the support of volunteer groups to provide daily home-cooked meals to shelter residents and community members in need. If your family, corporation, or civic group would like to cook and serve a meal at one of their shelters, consider sponsoring an Adopt-a-Meal! For details email to schedule a date to serve at either their Adult Center or Family Center facility.

Make and Provide Lunches for Residents at USHS

ALL SUMMER LONG! Union Station Homeless Services needs volunteer groups to provide lunches for the shelter residents and community members in need. Email to schedule a date to donate up to 50 sack lunches at their Adult Center – 412 S. Raymond Ave. Pasadena CA 91105 or Le Blanc ( 11652 Garvey Ave, El Monte 91732) housing site.

Help Provide Hygiene Kits for Folks at USHS

ALL SUMMER LONG! Union Station Homeless Services’ Hygiene Kits Program helps them provide people experiencing homelessness with a “Hygiene Kit” of necessary items. Please see flyer on their website for details and email to schedule a delivery to their Adult Center – 412 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA; Monday – Friday between 9 am – 4:00 pm.

Help USHS Provide Food By Donating Shelf Stable Kits to USHS

ALL SUMMER LONG! As food insecurity continues to rise, these shelf stable kits help USHS provide emergency food packs for their program participants and community members in need. These kits include shelf stable food items that are preservable and ready to eat. Check out the flyer on their website and email to schedule a delivery.

Welcome People To Their New Homes by Donating Welcome Home Kits to USHS

ALL SUMMER LONG! Welcome Home Kits provide people moving in or out of one of our transitional or permanent housing facilities with a “Welcome Kit” of necessary items. This important program helps us meet the basic needs of the people we serve as they rebuild their lives and escape homelessness. Check out the flyer and email to schedule a delivery to our Adult Center – 412 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA, Monday – Friday between 9 am – 4:00 pm.

Help Provide Meals by Donating Essential Cooking Ingredients to USHS

ALL SUMMER LONG! USHS Adopt-an-Item program is a simple way to make a positive impact in your community. By adopting an item, you provide essential ingredients that help their kitchen staff cook delicious and nutritious meals for our residents. Check out their flyer on their website to view instructions on how to support and a list of current items available to adopt. To sign up, email us at or call (626) 715-5004.

Help Play With Dogs For Wags and Walks

ALL SUMMER LONG! Spend some time socializing and playing with the dogs as they prepare for adoption. As a member of the Wags Club, you'll help the dogs adjust to their life at the shelter and get ready to find their new home!
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Help Transport Dogs For Wags and Walks

ALL SUMMER LONG! Help Wags and Walks transport dogs with medical needs from high-kill shelters to their vets. If you join their transportation team you will be directly responsible for getting these dogs the care they need and deserve!
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Help Spread the Word About Wags and Walks’ Great Work

ALL SUMMER LONG! Wags and Walks participates and hosts events throughout the year. As an events volunteer you will represent Wags and Walks, talk with potential adopters, and spread the word about their work.
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