• 2024 GNOCA 5K- Volunteers are needed to work during the 5k run/walk on September 22 starting at 8:30 AM, and should be free to go before 11:30 AM.  Please reach out to Erica Keefe with any questions at 978.580.7111or gnoca5k@gmail.com 
    • Creating Colby Park - Planting, transplanting, miscellaneous projects. Flexible days and times based on student needs.  Contact Ron Holmgren at 978-857-7530 or tobymiddy@comcast.net to schedule a time.
    • Summer Camp outdoor games at Trinity - Ideally, a pair of teen helpers are needed to organize and run outdoor (or indoor in the event of rain) group-style games for about 12 to 15 elementary aged children.  August 5, 6 and 7 from 9 am to noon Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday on those three dates only. Please contact Jen Vath at rector@trinitytopsfield.org or 781-696-6093 to sign up
    • Trinity Summer Camp - Work with kids at camp and help teachers with activities. Trinity Preschool -124 River Rd, Topsfield June 17-20, June 24-25 9AM-1PM everyday please contact Elizabeth Riley at preschooldirector@trinitytopsfield.org or 978-887-2990 to sign up
    • The Giving Garden - The Giving Garden is looking for volunteers 14 years or older. Kee in mind that volunteer slots depend on the weather cooperating! This is an opportunity to complete hands-on tasks, such as planting, spreading compost, watering, harvesting to name a few. After school slots are available Monday through Thursday 3:30 - 4:00 pm to 5:15 pm located at Rolling Ridge Conference Center, 660 Great Pond Road in North Andover. Please contact Stephanie Cross with your interest: 978-856-5476 or Stefanyzcross@gmail.com
    • Camp Invention Leadership Intern- Serve as youth leader at week long (June 24 - 28th, 8AM - 3:45PM M-F) STEM Summer camp that will take place in Middleton at Fuller Meadow Elementary School. For more information, click here. If interested, please reach out to Beth Whalley (bwhalley@tritowncouncil.org or 978.887.6512). Training is required. It's a wonderful opportunity to earn 40 community service hours working alongside peers and Tri-Town children.
    • Rest-Stop-Ranch- Fulfill volunteer requirements with a weekly social connection while helping actualize our mission and vision. Any prospective volunteer is welcome to “come and see” the volunteer opportunity. Seasonal volunteers usually commit to a weekly schedule, April – November. Help offer therapeutic program hospitality (once per week, Tuesday or Thursday, 1pm – 4pm) or (once monthly 2nd Sunday 10am to 2pm). Work with a small team to support guests navigating the gardens. Help with outreach in the community (flexible schedule). March 19 or March 21/28: ANNUAL Volunteer Orientation & Training Once at the beginning of our Spring Season, we offer a comprehensive volunteer orientation & training for all seasonal volunteers helping with guest services in the garden on weekdays Tuesdays – Thursdays and weekends (Sunday.). Sessions average 3-4 hours, and include volunteer introductions, ice breaker activities, Rest-Stop-Ranch history lessons, volunteer expectations, and best practices. Located at 202 Haverhilld Rd-Rt97, Topsfield, students can be dropped off, or if they need to park, call ahead, as parking is limited. Please contact Outreach Coordinator Beverly Flanagan with your interest: 978-944-4431 or beverly.tyre.flanagan@gmail.com
    • Joyful Noises Preschool - Summer and after-school volunteers are needed to engage with children in hands-on, play-based activities. Volunteers will also assist teachers with classroom organization, cleaning, and set-up. Full days are available during the summer and after-school hours are available 2:30-5pm. Please contact Yvonne Bernier with your interest: director@joyfulnoisestopsfield.org or 978-848-2018
    • Community Giving Tree - "Our mission is to provide families in the local community with basic necessities such as clothing, diapers and wipes, and baby equipment.  Donations of these items help children to grow and thrive, and be successful in life." The After School Program is seeking volunteers available two days a week. There is also a Select Saturdays Program with opportunities on the first Saturday of every month. These are teens only programs. You can volunteer at The Lawrence Giving Center located at 60 Island St Suite 74B, and The Boxford Giving Center at 572 Main St. Please click here for more information about youth volunteer opportunities.
    • Windrush Farm is looking for volunteers to help people with challenges Learn to Ride! Several opportunities for people 14 and up to help in classes, giving physical and emotional support to our riders.We would love to have people with experience with horses to lead them during classes. If you don't have horse experience, there are always plenty of grounds work and projects to do on a farm! Volunteering is available in the summer during camp weeks and during the school year. Please contact Caron King or Tammy Ward, Volunteer Coordinators at 978-862-7855 or volunteer@windrushfarm.org.
    • Nature Groupie - Volunteer throughout New England and locally on outdoor projects and conservation efforts: https://naturegroupie.org/
    • Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation - Beach clean-ups, marine conservation, and research: https://www.blueoceansociety.org/how-to-helpdonate/volunteer-2/

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