Connect to our upcoming National Service Program partnership with Experience Matters, as part of that partnership we offer volunteer opportunities with the Arizona Caregiver Coalition (ACC). Our opportunity consists of 900 hours of service at our office located in Central Phoenix Office.
Volunteers needed to answer calls from Arizona family caregivers over the phone.
The Arizona Caregiver Coalition (ACC) is looking to volunteers to provide information, community resources to help callers navigate the complex system of caregiving. The Caregiver Resource Line provides access to both our locator of respite and direct care works family hires directly and our reimbursement program for taking a short break called "RESPITE." We provide everyone information and options to our callers via the telephone or computer.
Friends Book Warehouse Crew Member
The Imagination and Wonder League is a unique group created to support Childsplay’s artistic and educational programs. These volunteers play a critical role in a variety of ways; hosting events, promoting attendance, feeding artists and crew, greeting guests and so much more!
Volunteers are a valuable and integral part of our business. In the past year alone, 964 volunteers contributed 7,427 hours to our Museum. In return, we provide professional development and networking opportunities, and a unique and fun way to give back to the children and families in our community. The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is an exciting organization to collaborate with, especially if you enjoy working with children or just want a great excuse to play!
From college students to retirees, the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS volunteers come from all walks of life to provide excellent care and services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Volunteers work in a variety of areas, from direct care to behind the scenes assistance.
If you are interested in directly helping a homebound senior, you may provide a variety of simple services. After you attend a one-time orientation, we will work to find a “neighbor” who you can help. Note: Services are offered ONLY in: Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Glendale, Paradise Valley, Peoria and Scottsdale (south of Frank Lloyd Wright)
Recognition is a critical component to your volunteers’ engagement, and the impact volunteers generate for your Volunteer-Supported Organization (VSO). Innovative volunteer Recognition practices are key to achieving high-quality results. Knowing that, why are you still doing the same old, tired thing for volunteer Recognition when it’s not producing the results your organization desires?View Post
Linda Llewellyn of Celebrate Volunteers (www.CelebrateVolunteers.com) and Barry Altland of Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective (http://HHHEngagement.com) team together to address one of the biggest “misses” in the Volunteer Engagement profession today—Recognition. Through a series of blog articles, Linda and Barry will tackle the what, why and how that has led the profession to this leadership shortfall, and what we can collectively do about it to get this Recognition train back on the tracks. Read the series to support your own professional development as a Leader of Volunteer Engagement (LoVE)!View Post
It has been a busy, educational and inspiring summer with the Points of Light Service Unites Conference in Seattle in June and the MAVA National Summit on Volunteer Engagement in St. Paul in July. Both conferences brought together volunteer managers with great speakers. The energy at both was positive and powerful as volunteer managers absorbed new information, inspired by success stories, and shared and collaborated with their unique tribe.View Post