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Volunteer at LOFT PRIDE

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 ● 12:00pm to 5:00pm Join our team of LOFT Pride Volunteers for Westchester's Largest PRIDE Event! We're looking for fun, driven, team players with a variety of strengths and skills to build our LOFT Pride Volunteer Team. Become a valued member of the team and help us make LOFT Pride 2018 the best yet! Volunteers are needed to help both leading up to and day-of Pride in these areas: Publicity & Promotion Vendor outreach Event set up/break down Security & Parking Event photography Fun-loving volunteers to run outdoor activities and games and more! Pride Volunteers help us organize, plan, and orchestrate LOFT Pride every year. Be part of a team that helps us run a smooth and fantastic LOFT Pride! Thank you for your interest in becoming a LOFT Pride volunteer! Please express interest or email/call Ryan Kirrane at ryan@loftgaycenter.org | 914-948-2932 ex 14 if interested!

White Plains, NY

6/2/18 12:00 PM

Baby Box Project: Help Babies Have a Safe Sleep Space

Open Door's Baby Box Project provides mothers in need with a newborn starter kit that can be used as a safe sleep space for their new baby, diapers, baby clothes and more, plus a wealth of important information and services for the mom. We need help each month (up to 5 volunteers) assembling 10-20 Baby Boxes and filling them with baby essentials, at our Port Chester Open Door Health Center, 5 Grace Church Street. This activity takes place 12.30pm - 2.30pm on the 3rd Monday of each month from January - November. Please note that we occasionally finish up earlier than 2:30pm. Also, please note that our dates may occasionally need to be changed and we will advise volunteers as quickly as possible of any changes. 1/15/2018 2/19/2018 3/19/2018 4/16/2018 5/21/2018--changed to 5/14/2018 6/18/2018 7/16/2018 8/20/2018 9/17/2018 10/15/2018 11/19/2018 11/19/2018 (extra session time TBD) Please Sign Up below and Alicia Ward will send location and parking information, plus a registration link. To learn more please visit our website at http://www.opendoormedical.org. Visit our Baby Essentials Wishlist on Amazon! Donate to support services for our moms-to-be! Want a fun way to support our Baby Boxes with your friends? Please ask me about 'Cakes for a Cause'! Alicia Ward, Manager of Volunteer Programs, award@odfmc.org or 914-502-1468.

Port Chester, NY

6/18/18 12:30 PM +more

Database Administrator

Join our team of caring professionals… Cancer Support Team, a licensed home care program serving lower Westchester and offering a warm work environment, seeks volunteers to help us manage our database. Responsibilities: You will be responsible for helping to clean up our database before we transfer it to Salesforce.com and for keeping our donor database up-to-date by: * Cleaning up database (look for and combine/remove duplicates) * Updating donor information (address changes, emails, new donations) and assisting with mailings by: * Pulling and reviewing mailing lists for event and appeal mailings * Analyzing donor information for giving trends and opportunities Qualifications: * Comfortable working with computer databases * Proficient in excel Days and Hours: Flexible If you are interested in volunteering for a team of professionals providing quality supportive services to cancer patients and their families, please send your resume to Julie Meade, Executive Director. We look forward to hearing from you!

Harrison, NY

Through 10/15/40

Social Media, Marketing and Communication Volunteer

Join our team of caring professionals… Cancer Support Team, a licensed home care program serving southern Westchester cancer patients and their families and offering a warm work environment, seeks volunteers to help us with our social media, marketing and communication efforts. Responsibilities: You will be responsible for supporting and helping to implement a social media strategy for Cancer Support Team. Specifically, volunteers will help us by: Social Media * Maintaining a content calendar to ensure social media content supports planned campaigns and programs * Researching and identifying relevant stories to share with our constituents (patients, donors and community agencies) across various social media platforms * Monitoring breaking news and current events to create compelling content * Assisting in planning, writing and managing content for monthly (at a minimum) eBlasts * Assisting in planning, writing and managing content for weekly (at a minimum) Facebook posts * Assisting in planning and producing video content/interviews for eBlasts and Facebook posts * Updating our web site * Actively investigating ways to improve engagement on all social media platforms Public and Press Relations * Maintaining and updating our list of press contact for public relations efforts * Drafting, distributing and pitching news releases and media alerts Qualifications: * Strong interest in social media, research, writing, and/or non-profit work * Comfortable working with all social media platforms * Excellent written and communication skills * Independent worker * Good organizational and time management skills Days and Hours: Flexible If you are interested in volunteering for a team of professionals providing quality supportive services to cancer patients and their families, please send your resume to Julie Meade, Executive Director (jmeade@cancersupportteam.org). We look forward to hearing from you!

Harrison, NY

Through 11/1/40

Aranow Art Cart Program

The Aranow Art Program at Northern Westchester Hospital is in Need of Volunteers This innovative program brightens patients' hospital stays by providing a selection of reproduction artworks (there are 100 different images to choose from!) that fit into a custom frame on the wall across from each patient's bed. Volunteers visits each room with the "Art Cart", offering patients the opportunity to choose a print for display, and to engage in conversation. Requirements: - Volunteers need to be physically able to push the manual cart and have the dexterity and reach to remove/replace art prints. - A sense of humor and the comfort level and ability to engage patients in conversation is a must. - Volunteers must be up-to-date on immunizations and must either have a flu shot or wear a mask during flu season. - No art experience required Schedule: - Volunteers are needed for 2 hour shifts between the hours of 10am and 4pm on weekdays, preferably Tues, Wed & Thurs. The Aranow Art program was inspired by Rita A. Aranow who recognized the need for personally pleasing images in a patient's room. Instead of stark walls or irritating posters she believed that patients would benefit from looking at an image that would foster a sense of well being. The program is a free service made possible by generous donor support. Follow this link https://nwhc.net/about-us/volunteer to complete an application form before expressing interest below.

Mount Kisco, NY

Through 12/8/18

Volunteers-Nursing Units

Under the supervision and direction of the nursing staff volunteers will provide basic services for the patients including: Resonding to patients' call bells; fill water pitchers; provide extra blankets/pillows when requested; provide books and magazine from volunteer book cart; assures that call bells are accessible to patient. Complete filing and basic clerical assitance on nursing unit.

Yonkers, NY

Through 12/31/18

Caregiver Partner

To ensure caregivers of patients admitted to Westchester Medical Center receive emotional and spiritual support, information and practical assistance in a comfortable environment conducive to relaxation and restoration of their physical, emotional and spiritual well- being. Responsibilities Welcome and greet caregivers to the Center Orient caregivers to the Center services and amenities. Register caregiver in the caregiver log Determine the immediate needs of the caregiver Assist with accessing internet, e-mail and other electronic devices as indicated Provide information and resources as indicated by need Outreach to caregivers in hospital as directed Refer caregiver to appropriate hospital or community resource Inform the Supervisor of issues related to Caregiver Center Attend Caregiver Program training, orientation, debriefing at the end of a shift and caregiver meetings Listen, be nonjudgmental and supportive. Qualifications Understanding of the impact of trauma, illness, lengthy hospitalization on the caregiver Ability to maintain a calm demeanor and compassion in emotionally charged situations Good critical thinking skills, good listening and effective communication skills Ability to: follow directions, work independently, engage people, flexibility, maintain confidentiality and privacy of caregivers. Former personal or professional caregiver experience preferred. Basic computer knowledge Ability to commit to 4 hours/week and 1 year commitment. Center Hours: Seven Days per week 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Valhalla, NY

Through 12/20/18

Grant Research Project

At The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), we're passionate about our mission: to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS volunteers help carry out this mission in so many ways: supporting patients, family members, healthcare professionals, and our community, driving policy advocacy, participating in our campaigns, and helping LLS build much needed capacity. The outcomes of this role serve our mission work. The volunteer will be required to perform research, engagement and data entry tasks including: Engage with past LLS grantees to develop a scientific timeline to help LLS understand how our research program funding has supported innovations and leaders in cancer. Identify the past LLS grantee audience, and connect with that audience through phone and/or email to create an Excel database. Confirm contact information for past and current grantees and identify ways they may or may not be interested in supporting LLS (volunteer, speaker, donor, guest blogger, etc.) Create an historical grant timeline that allows LLS to determine the evolution of clinical trials and those who were leading them. This is an excellent opportunity to build research and project management skills. Volunteer will report to Lee Greenberger, SVP and Chief Scientific Officer. Additional Position Information: LLS will provide the volunteer with an orientation to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society including an overview of LLS clinical trial history, as well as training in LLS specific software needed to complete the project. •Benefits: Free Parking •Computer and work space provided solely for the purpose of this project •Reference for college credit is possible. Need must be indicated at the time of volunteer interview for consideration. Location: Rye Brook, NY Home Office Time Commitment: Project is anticipated to take approximately 100-120 hours to complete. Flexible schedule based on mutually agreed upon times. Work must be completed during business hours 9am – 5pm. ​Project starts as soon as appropriate volunteer is identified. Qualifications: Ideal volunteers will either hold or be pursuing a degree, have an interest in science or the history of science; Be proficient with Microsoft Excel; and Exhibit strong customer service as well as verbal and written communication skills Have an ability to get to/from the Rye Brook, NY office; If this sounds like the volunteer opportunity for you please "Express Interest" below and send a resume and/or letter of interest to Quentin Merritt at quentin.merritt@lls.org

Rye Brook, NY

Through 12/31/18

Make Health Care a Happy Place - Read Books to our Young Patients

Open Door Family Medical Center's Reach Out and Read Program in Port Chester is recruiting volunteers to read books aloud to our young patients in our waiting areas, chat with the parent and help the child select a book to take home. Volunteers take a rolling book cart to our waiting areas and make books come alive for kids. There are so many fun ways to approach reading to make it exciting for children: read with different tones for different characters, ask questions, count, point out colors, shapes and objects. Sounds so simple? It is, and it make a big impact on promoting kindergarten readiness for underserved children. Volunteers should plan for a regular weekly shift. This can be as short as 1 hour or much longer, you let us know! An everyother week shift of 2+ hours is also available. An application and medical information are required. We will host a background check for those 18 years or older. Ready to help? Contact Alicia Ward by "Expressing Interest" below. http://www.opendoormedical.org/join-us/volunteer/

Port Chester, NY

Through 6/15/18

Mental Health Database and Research Volunteer

Volunteer needed for the Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester to research resources and facilities nationwide that have experience treating Borderline Personality Disorder to update and maintain a database of contact information. Volunteer will work with staff to identify new resources for patients and families, research contact information and perform database entry. This is a great opportunity for a student/graduate with an interest in mental health and Borderline Personality Disorder to interact and learn the work that is being done in this prestigious institution to facilitate diagnosis, treatment and support for those with this complex disorder, and to assist their families who are trying to help them to secure appropriate care. Requirements: Good communication and computer skills Ability to take direction Ability to work independently Commitment: Volunteer must commit to a minimum of four hours per week We ask for a total commitment of 100hrs/6 months but will consider less Training: Training will be provided

White Plains, NY

Through 2/1/19

Blood Drive Donor Ambassadors Needed in Westchester, Putnam & Rockland Counties!

Help Others Give the Gift of Life! Volunteers are needed to: Welcome blood donors & sign them in Ensure blood donors have read the booklet about blood donation Help run the canteen (the areas where blood donors rest & eat after blood donation) Ensure donors eat & drink after giving blood Commitment: We ask that volunteers sign up for one blood drive per month (3-6 hrs) Flexible shifts are available *Please be aware the majority of blood drives are during the week, Monday - Friday* but weekend ops available from time to time Please express interest below:

White Plains, NY

Through 2/6/19

White Plains Hospital Gift Shop Volunteer

White Plains Hospital Volunteer Services is looking for volunteers with customer service/sales experience to help patients, patients' families, and hospital staff in the WPH Gift Shop/Boutique. Gift shop volunteers provide assistance in our Boutique located in our main hospital and our cancer center. Tasks include assisting manager with inventory, helping customers, ringing up sales, and gift wrapping items. An orientation and training will be provided. Volunteers should be personable and enjoy working with people from different backgrounds. Must be over 16 years old (over 18yrs on Sundays) Must have experience with computers. Days and Times: mornings, afternoons and evenings, weekdays and weekends For more information: http://www.wphospital.org/about/volunteer-at-wph Please Express Interest below:

White Plains, NY

Through 2/7/19

Caregiver Support Volunteer

Caregiver support volunteers provide emotional support to caregivers of patients in our caregiver support room, at the bedside of the patient, or at our Center for Cancer Care. In addition to providing emotional support, volunteers help caregivers think through decisions, identify options, create a "to do" list when appropriate, and prioritize issues. An orientation and training will be provided. Must be over 18 years old Past experience of taking care of a loved one with medical needs is required. Dates and Times needed Varied: mornings, afternoons and evenings, weekdays and weekends For more information: http://www.wphospital.org/about/volunteer-at-wph Please express interest below:

White Plains, NY

Through 2/7/19

Outreach Support Specialist

The Crossover Yoga Project's (CYP) Outreach Support Specialist uses best practices to effectively bring CYP's curriculum to organizations in community centers, shelters, residential treatment centers and juvenile detention centers in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties. CYP's program has empowered over 1800 girls in the past two years through trauma informed yoga, mindfulness and creative art expression and offered tools that help them to manage their emotions, become self-aware, gain self control and respect for themselves. The position is responsible for working with community partners to recruit and identify eligible shelters, community centers, residential treatment centers and juvenile detention centers in Westchester, Putnam and Rockland Counties, to engage service providers for deeper engagement with CYP’s programs. The position works under the supervision of the CYP’s Board and Executive Director. They will collaborate across a number of CYP enthusiasts, volunteers and staff. RESPONSIBILITIES Advocates on behalf of CYP’s program to identify and connect with community partners, such as social service agencies, detention centers and community-based resources. Enthusiastically sharing CYP’s message through social media Acting as liaison between CYP and current/potential community partners Contacting (filling out forms, gathering information, etc.), tracking enrollment challenges and successes and serving as a liaison between families, childcare centers and the Child Care Assistance program. Responsible for gathering and tracking information for CYP database Other duties pertaining to community outreach Attending monthly meetings Works in partnership with CYP to engage community volunteers for opportunities to increase in-kind donations of time and supplies. Qualifications Enthusiastic, flexible and dedicated to empowering at-risk girls through trauma informed yoga, mindfulness and art therapy to become self-resilent.

Croton-on-Hudson, NY

Through 3/1/19

Ribbon Campaign Volunteer

Ribbon Campaign volunteers needed for our annual community awareness campaign taking place countywide throughout the month of May, which is Mental Health Awareness Month. Please contact NAMI Westchester at (914) 592-5458 to discuss, and you will be notified of the meeting/distribution date and location. Timeline: Now: we need people to sign up now to hang ribbons April 26: meeting and ribbon distribution will be on April 26, location and time TBA to registered volunteers May 1: ribbon display will take place during the first few days of May May 31: ribbons need to be taken down at end of the month

Elmsford, NY

Through 5/31/18

Drivers

Every day, thousands of cancer patients need a ride to and from their oncology treatments. Studies show that patients often delay or have difficulty obtaining needed medical care each year in the absence of available and affordable transportation. We are looking for volunteer drivers who want to eliminate this barrier. It is very flexible and we have an app where volunteers and drivers are connected. It’s a great feeling to know that you are literally giving someone a ride that is helping to save their life. I encourage everyone in our community to consider being a volunteer driver today. Volunteers needed in Westchester and Rockland.

White Plains, NY

Through 12/27/19

Gift Shop Volunteer

Volunteers are needed to staff our newly renovated gift shop, scheduled to open in April, 2018. Volunteers handle the cash register, sales assistance, stock shelves and interface with the public. Requirements: Must be good handling money and cash register Must be very personable Must have good communication skills Must be a "people person" that can work with minimal supervision Prior gift shop experience not required but is a plus Hours: Minimum of four hours per day, 1 day per week, Monday- Friday Requesting a total min commitment of 100 hrs/6 months

White Plains, NY

Through 5/1/19

Drivers

Every day, thousands of cancer patients need a ride to and from their oncology treatments. Studies show that patients often delay or have difficulty obtaining needed medical care each year in the absence of available and affordable transportation. We are looking for volunteer drivers who want to eliminate this barrier. It is very flexible and we have an app where volunteers and drivers are connected. It’s a great feeling to know that you are literally giving someone a ride that is helping to save their life. I encourage everyone in our community to consider being a volunteer driver today. Volunteers needed in Westchester and Rockland.

Nanuet, NY

Through 12/27/19

Meal Delivery in Yorktown

We are a non-profit called Community Cares. We bring meals to families where the parent is undergoing a major health crisis like cancer treatments, and have school-aged children to care for. We also provide a cleaning service and laundry wash and fold services. It's difficult to keep up with daily activities while you are healthy, just imagine juggling everything while battling a sickness. Here's the bottom line - we are seeking caring volunteers to help pick-up and deliver meals to these families. Currently, we are serving the Yorktown area. Food deliveries are made between 5:00 and 5:30pm weekdays only. All information about clients is considered confidential, and you will need to sign a confidentiality statement. You would stop in the restaurant making the donation, fill out a donation receipt for the restaurant, get a receipt with the dollar amount, and bring the food to the family. All receipts can be mailed-in or dropped off.

Mahopac, NY

Through 6/27/18

Advocate, CODA Mentor, CODA Advocate

The harris project advocates for teens & young adults with mental health and substance misuse/addiction (co-occurring disorders), and created a school-based prevention program – CODA (Co-Occurring Disorders Awareness) to empower high school students to change outcomes. Volunteer Duties: Assist and lead alongside school personnel at meetings, programs, activities, and events. Training: Onboarding orientation, bi-monthly trainings Time Commitment: typical assignments bi-weekly for 2 hours; may include additional meetings and/or opportunities to support school-wide activities. Skill Requirements: Good Communication skills, eager to mentor, knowledge of mental health challenges, substance misuse/addiction helpful

White Plains, NY

Through 5/4/19

Volunteer Escorts Needed!

We are looking for a person who likes to be active and get their steps in for the day! The volunteer would be escorting patients to a new office location. We are flexible with hours Monday to Friday anytime between 8 am and 5pm. Looking for a summer volunteer opportunity? come volunteer with us!

Mount Kisco, NY

Through 8/31/18

Become A Cancer Support Team Volunteer

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Drive patients to chemotherapy and radiation therapy appointments. Drivers provide an extra measure of care and support during a stressful time. Help organize CST fundraising events. Serve on CST’s Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and Quality Improvement Committee. Orientation and training is provided to all CST volunteers. For more information about volunteering, contact us at cst@cancersupportteam.org or 914-777-2777.

Harrison, NY

Through 5/18/19

Ambassador Volunteers

Our Ambassadors at White Plains Hospital, Center for Cancer Care, and White Plains Hospital Physician Associates practices located throughout Westchester extend a warm, friendly welcome/greeting to patients, family members and visitors and assist them to their destinations providing information as needed. Must be over 18 years old; must be able to remain in a stationary position and move about to escort individuals to destinations. Dates and Times needed: Varied: mornings and afternoons Completion of application, reference check, interview and placement, medical and background clearance required prior to beginning volunteer position.

White Plains, NY

Through 5/18/19

Bulk Mailing Team Member

Our Center offers positive alternatives to abortion. We are in need of six individuals to make up a bulk mailing team. These bulk mailing teams meet approximately six times a year at our center. A Bulk Mailing Team Leader will be designated to oversee the process and to build and train a team of workers proficient in sorting bulk mailings. (Time commitment: 6 hours per mailing) Activity Type: Office/Admin #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 7/31/20

Drivers for Older Adults - Bedford

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Katonah, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Lewisboro

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Lewisboro, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Mount Kisco

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Mount Kisco, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - North Castle

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Armonk, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - North Salem

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

North Salem, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Pound Ridge

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Pound Ridge, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Somers

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Somers, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Ossining

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Ossining, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Scarsdale

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Scarsdale, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Yonkers

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Yonkers, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Eastchester

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Eastchester, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Greenburgh

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Tarrytown, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Cortlandt Manor

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Cortlandt Manor, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Harrison

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Harrison, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Yorktown Heights

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Yorktown Heights, NY

Through 3/30/19

Drivers for Older Adults - Mount Vernon

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Mount Pleasant

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Pleasantville, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Mamaroneck

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Mamaroneck, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - New Castle

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Chappaqua, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Peekskill

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Peekskill, NY

Through 3/30/19

Drivers for Older Adults - Pelham

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Pelham, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - Rye

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Rye, NY

Through 3/30/19

Drivers for Older Adults - White Plains

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County.

Mount Kisco, NY

Through 6/30/18

Drivers for Older Adults - New Rochelle

RideConnect is seeking volunteers who are able to provide rides to older adults throughout Westchester. These rides will enable older adults to access medical appointments and shopping so that they can remain active in their communities. Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence! Volunteer Driver Qualifications: Commitment is only one hour per month, or as much or little as you would like! Enjoy helping older adults Patience Flexibility Valid Driver's License Please note that this is part of a regional program. Volunteers are needed throughout the County. #VolunteerNewRochelle

Mount Kisco, NY

Through 6/30/18

Be part of the Meals that Heal Program

About our program The mission of The Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley is to provide a temporary home-away-from-home for families with critically ill or traumatically injured children. We achieve our mission through the quality and experience of our staff and volunteers, as well as the community support we receive to sustain the House. About the role We have two fully equipped kitchens for our families to cook themselves a meal at any time of day. They bring their own food in and prepare their meal at the House. Often times, this is difficult for parents who are with their child in the hospital all day, so we’ve created our Meal Program. The Meal Program is provided by local individuals, organizations and corporations who are invited to visit our House and cook a meal (serve 25 people) for our families. These volunteers offer our families a much needed and appreciated home-cooked meal when they return from a long day at their child’s bedside. The group donates the food and cooks the meal. Local restaurants can also donate meals to our families as requested. Volunteer with friends or your family to prepare a meal for the families at the Ronald McDonald House! Sign up to prepare a meal for our families!

Valhalla, NY

Through 6/30/18

Equestrian Therapy Volunteers

You are the caring people who help to improve the lives of individuals with special needs here at the Children of Promise Stable. Volunteering is a rewarding, as well as, an educational experience. We are always looking for committed volunteers to help maintain our facilities, horses and provide assistance to our students. Who Can Volunteer? You! We feel certain you will enjoy the opportunity to work with individuals in our program. Volunteers under 18 years old need written parental consent. Children of Promise Stable provides comprehensive training to all volunteers. Horse experience is valued but not required. What Can You Do? Volunteers with equestrian experience, or those who want to learn, can help groom, tack horses, serve as horse leaders, or walk along the rider’s sides in helping to support them. Learning to be a horse leader or side walker helps our riders enjoy a safe and educational riding lesson. Other opportunities are available to participate in caring of the horses or helping with barn maintenance. Volunteers may also assist with special events and fundraisers. We need people with all kinds of talent to help with our program. What is required? A volunteer data sheet and a release of liability must be completed and returned to us.Please click here to download and print our Volunteer Application All arena volunteers interested in horse leading/side walking are required to attend our training program. Please contact us to register for a training session. If you would like to volunteer, you can call our office at (845) 304-9657 or email us at volunteer@childrenofpromisestable.org

Nanuet, NY

Through 6/30/18

Mitzvah & Confirmation Projects

Congratulations! You are on your way to being a Bar or Bat Mitzvah or are graduating from Confirmation Class. The greatest gift you can give to others is the gift of your time. You will not only learn from the experience, but you will carry lessons learned here for the rest of your life. Here are some ways you can help. We will customize a program for you. Have a great idea? The possibilities are limited only by your imagination: Movie Day Do you or your friends have used videos to donate? Start a video collection in our library, and share a movie afternoon with our residents. Care packages Ask friends, family and neighbors to donate airline and hotel giveaway soaps, shampoos, and lotions. Create your own gift packages and give them to our residents. Customized Birthday Cards Take pictures of the birthday residents, make a card for them and deliver it to their rooms. Reading Read aloud to a visually impaired resident Concerts Do you play an instrument, sing, write, or act? Show your talent and create a concert or show. Pillows Decorate a pillow with the resident’s name on it. Adopt a grandmother or grandfather Make a new friend, play games, write letters to each other Karaoke Night Lip sync with the residents to their favorite music Oral History Interview residents, write an oral history and display it with their picture. This can also be bound in a book or a notebook. Bake Sale Sell baked goods and raise money for our resident trip fund Family Recipe Book Gather family recipes from our residents, design a recipe card or page and make a book, “From my Family’s Kitchen” How to Get Started If you would like to volunteer, please email mlevine@uhgc.org or call 914-632-2804 x1234. We look forward to hearing from you. #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Student Interns

Our Internship Program is designed for students seeking a structured environment. They will be supervised by our highly experienced staff and gain experience in their career interest. Interns are required to work on a weekly basis for at least two months. Internships available in the fields of: Business/Accounting Nursing Rehabilitation Therapy Recreation Therapy How to Get Started If you would like to volunteer, please email mlevine@uhgc.org or call 914-632-2804 x1234. We look forward to hearing from you. #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Energetic Rehabilitation Assistants and Transporters

United Hebrew is known for its top notch rehabilitation department affiliated with the nationally-renown Burke Rehabilitation Center. We are currently looking for mature, responsible, and, preferably, long-term volunteers who would be able to assist with transporting residents to and from rehabilitation activities. This role is crucial in helping our rehab residents get better faster and keep our amazing rehab staff on schedule! Join us in this rewarding role, and you will get to work with truly compassionate, hard-working, and FUN people! You will get to see how your efforts can have a direct effect on people's lives! We look forward to hearing from you! Please check out website: http://unitedhebrewgeriatric.org/ #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Admissions and Social Services Assistants

United Hebrew of New Rochelle is a top-notch rehabilitation and long-term healthcare facility that offers fun, supportive, and creative environment for both its employees and volunteers!! Join our amazing team and see how you can make a difference in people's lives on a daily basis! Currently, our Admissions and Social Work Departments are looking for a number of assistants. While assisting our Admissions and Social work departments you will 1) Copy and organize admission packets (red folders with admissions materials) for use by the social workers/intake coordinator 2) Send faxes on behalf of social worker to: (a) request equipment needed on discharge; (b) paperwork to resident family members/attorneys etc. 3) Do post discharge phone calls (follow a set script and notate responses of residents who have gone home regarding their experience) 4) Computer data entry (enter info from resident psychosocial into computer). If you prefer to volunteer EXCLUSIVELY with our Social Work Department, so you can get to know our residents through one-on-one interaction, you will: 1) Visit with a number of the same residents on a regular basis; 2) Report to the Director of Social Services about the progress you made with long-term and short-term rehabilitation residents; 3) Complete clerical tasks, such as faxing, copying, and filing. NO MATTER HOW YOU DECIDE TO CONTRIBUTE, YOU ARE GUARANTEED TO HAVE A REWARDING AND VALUABLE EXPERIENCE! WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU! #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Baby Bottle Drive

Pregnancy Care Center offers so much more than just a place to rest and reflect during this special time in our residents’ lives. We provide services and support to help get them on their feet and into healthy and productive lives. In this whimsical appeal, you will hand out baby bottles to your membership or for distribution to merchants and retailers in your area. For a pre-determined time frame (ie: one week) change is collected in the bottles. You might want to make a competition out of this by offering a prize for the most collected by your membership. We supply the bottles; you supply the time and manpower. At the end of your collection term, simply bring the change to a local bank change counter, and send the funds to us. To see a total listing of all of our volunteer opportunities click here #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Food/Kitchen Supply Drives

Pregnancy Care Center offers so much more than just a place to rest and reflect during this special time in our residents’ lives. We provide services and support to help get them on their feet and into healthy and productive lives. Food Drives Help to collect some basic non-perishable food items for our residents: Peanut butter, Jelly, Tuna, Pasta, Cereal, Canned soups, Vegetables, Meals, Mac & cheese, etc. Outfit the Residence New pots, pans, dishes, glasses, flatware etc. are always needed!This is a great opportunity for families or youth groups looking to make a difference in their community. To see a total listing of all of our volunteer opportunities click here #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Showers for Fresh Starts

Pregnancy Care Center offers so much more than just a place to rest and reflect during this special time in our residents’ lives. We provide services and support to help get them on their feet and into healthy and productive lives. Our clients come to us with very few possessions. Once our residents are ready to go off on their own, we supply them with some of the basics to make their new house a home. For many of them, they are starting with little more than the clothes on their backs. Help us to get them off to a fresh new start by helping to supply some of the items that will give them a comfortable new beginning: Twin bedding sets Crib sets/crib sheets Shampoo & conditioner Pillows Tooth brushes & tooth paste Soap Towels Deodorant Razors This is a great opportunity for families or youth groups looking to make a difference in their community. To see a total listing of all of our volunteer opportunities click here #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Larchmont

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Larchmont, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Mamaroneck

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Mamaroneck, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Harrison

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Harrison, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Port Chester

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Port Chester, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - New Rochelle

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here. #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - White Plains

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

White Plains, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Somers

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Somers, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Hartsdale

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Hartsdale, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Pound Ridge

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Pound Ridge, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Pelham

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Pelham, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Scarsdale

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Scarsdale, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Rye Brook

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Rye Brook, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Bedford

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Bedford, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Mount Kisco

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Lewisboro, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - North Castle

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Armonk, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - North Salem

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

North Salem, NY

Through 6/30/18

Medical Appointment Driver - Rye

You can make a world of a difference to an older neighbor who needs a ride to medical appointments in Westchester. If you have: A desire to help someone in the community A valid driver's license and auto insurance Are over 21 years old, and Own a dependable vehicle. You can: Set your own hours Provide as few or as many trips as you would like...one ride a week, a month, or a year will make a difference! By becoming a volunteer driver, you will provide older adults in your community with a service that allows them to live independent, healthy, and satisfying lives. WestFair Rides is a collaborative not-for-profit organization managing rider choices in Westchester County for older adults and adults with vision disabilities. For more information and to fill out a volunteer application click here.

Rye, NY

Through 6/30/18

Are you a Good Host/Hostess?

Are you a great HOST/HOSTESS? If so, this opportunity is for you. United Hebrew of New Rochelle is looking for Greeters/Ambassadors who will Greet visitors at the front door; Assist visitors and residents coming in the lobby; Escorts visitors and residents to their destinations within the facility Answer any questions visitors, family members, and newly-admitted residents may have upon arrival; Serve as a liaison between newly-admitted residents and department representative to expedite residents/families’ requests in a timely fashion; Perform other duties as required by administrative staff The hours are flexible. We understand other commitments our volunteers may have. If you are available any time during the week between the hours of 1PM and 5PM and on weekends between 10AM and 6PM, we would love to hear from you!! Even one day a week will make a difference! Please contact Mila Levine. Check us out at http://unitedhebrewgeriatric.org/ #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 6/30/18

Office, Event & Outreach Support

In order to volunteer for Support Connection, please begin by completing the volunteer form on our website: http://supportconnection.org/volunteer. Or, you can contact us: 914-962-6402 or info@supportconnection.org. Support Connection welcomes volunteers of all ages for a variety of tasks throughout the year. Office volunteers are needed in our Yorktown Heights office M-F, 9-5. Event volunteers help with special events that take place in various locations in our region; events can occur any day of the week, during the day and in the evening. Outreach volunteers help us spread the word in their local community about our events and our free support services

Yorktown Heights, NY

Through 12/31/19

Volunteer with Pegasus Therapeutic Riding, Inc.

Volunteers are the heart of Pegasus. Without their dedication, loyalty and hard work, it would not be possible for us to fulfill our mission. There are many individual reasons why people volunteer with us, but all provide the chance to join a thriving, nurturing community whose goal is to positively impact the lives of as many people with needs as possible. Pegasus offers a wide range of volunteering opportunities. Some require horse experience, but many do not. All we need is your willingness to give of yourself and commit your time. Volunteer opportunities include: Program Volunteers: assist by leading horses or walking beside students (sidewalking) during classes. Horse leaders need a general knowledge of horses. Horse leaders may assist in preparing horses for classes (grooming and tacking) and are responsible for leading horses during class. Sidewalkers do not need horse experience. They are responsible for communicating with the students and offering them physical and emotional support. Program volunteers should be willing to commit to the same day and time each week and are required to attend our introductory volunteer orientation and training session. Barn/Equine Volunteers: assist with general barn chores and work directly with barn staff to care for the horses and get them ready for program (grooming and tacking). These volunteers should be willing to commit to a specified, consistent period of time each week. Riding volunteers are experienced riders who have passed an evaluation qualifying them to help us school and exercise our horses when they are not working in program. Rider's Closet Volunteers: In 2010, Pegasus assumed management of The Rider's Closet, Georgina Bloomberg's charitable clothing exchange program. The Rider's Closet accepts new or gently used equestrian apparel and sends it to pony clubs, therapeutic riding centers, scholastic teams and individual riders in need. Volunteers for The Rider's Closet assist with processing clothing donations and fulfilling requests from all around the country. No prior experience is required, but the work does involve some light physical labor. These volunteers should be willing to commit to a specified, consistent period of time each week and are required to attend our introductory volunteer orientation and training session. Farm/Facilities Volunteers: help with general maintenance, repairs and improvements of the facility, including fence repair, manure management, gardening and trail maintenance. They are required to attend our introductory volunteer orientation and training session prior to beginning their work. Other Volunteer Opportunities: on an as-needed basis, Pegasus also requires volunteer help with special events, administrative tasks and skilled work such as carpentry, sewing and photography. Depending on the scope of the task(s), special-assignment volunteers may be asked to attend our introductory volunteer orientation and training session prior to beginning their work. Corporate and Civic Volunteer Groups: Pegasus is very fortunate to partner with many corporate and civic groups seeking a meaningful volunteering experience. We welcome the help of local organizations and can assure you your efforts will have a lasting impact on the lives of hundreds of deserving students. Most group volunteer efforts involve farm projects that we design to enhance our students' therapeutic experience, benefit our therapeutic horses or help us maintain a safe and beautiful environment at Pegasus Farm. We are also open to discussing other project ideas with your group. Click here for a current list of group projects with which we could use your help. Youth Projects Volunteers: As a PATH International Premier Accredited Center, we are required to follow certain guidelines regarding youth volunteers under the age of 14. While they are not permitted to assist in the barn or in program, there are other ways they can help and also fulfill the requirements of their school or religious projects. Helping Hands Volunteers: Pegasus is often contacted by schools regarding volunteer opportunities for students in their vocational or special education programs. We created the Helping Hands volunteer program with this goal in mind.

Brewster, NY

Through 6/30/18

Become a Cancer Support Team Volunteer!

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Drive patients to chemotherapy and radiation therapy appointments. Drivers provide an extra measure of care and support during a stressful time. Help organize CST fundraising events. Serve on CST’s Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and Quality Improvement Committee. Orientation and training is provided to all CST volunteers. For more information about volunteering, contact us at cst@cancersupportteam.org or 914-777-2777.

Harrison, NY

Through 6/30/18

Volunteer With Blythedale Children's Hospital

Blythedale has more than 100 volunteers working in departments all over the Hospital. Some opportunities involve interacting directly with children—from infants to high school students—others may involve working ‘behind the scenes’ and providing critical support for our programs and departments. Volunteer opportunities at Blythedale are available for people of all ages—college students considering medical careers and seeking first-hand experience, high school students looking for meaningful opportunities to complete community service for graduation, as well as busy professionals, stay-at-home parents, and retirees looking to give back to their community. We match an applicant's interests, skills and availability to our Hospital and School needs. We look for a commitment of at least 40 hours of service over six months. Volunteers are important members of the Blythedale community. They are caring and compassionate individuals dedicating their time, talents and energy to play a critical role in our mission of helping children achieve their goals and return home to their families and communities. Student Volunteers School credit may be available to some high school and college volunteers. Please read the most recent editions of InTouch, our student volunteer newsletter, for Winter 2012 and Spring 2012. Younger volunteers may request a Kids for Kids project idea list. Volunteer Opportunities Blythedale offers many programs to suit a variety of interests, ages and availability. Learn more about some of our opportunities below: Administrative/Office Assistance- Volunteers perform administrative tasks such as filing, photocopying, etc. Ages 16 and above. Early Childhood Center- Volunteers assist individual children or small groups with learning and play activities. Ages 16 and above. Family Resource Center- Volunteers engage siblings and younger visitors in play activities in the Playroom or assist parents with research and other technical needs in the Library/Resource Center. Ages 16 and above. Monday-Friday 10am-2pm & 4pm-6pm, Sat/Sun 2pm-4pm. Hug & Hold- Volunteers hold, cuddle and comfort babies and toddlers. Ages 18 and above. Occupational Therapy- Volunteers work under the direction of an Occupational Therapist to assist during treatment sessions, transport patients to and from therapy, and maintain the general upkeep of the department. Ages 18 and above. Mondays-Fridays, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Volunteers must be available a full morning and/or afternoon weekly and must make a minimum commitment of 140 hours over one year. Physical Therapy- Volunteers work under the direction of a Physical Therapist to assist during treatment sessions, transport patients to and from therapy, and maintain the general upkeep of the department. Ages 18 and above. Mondays-Fridays, 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Volunteers must be available a full morning and/or afternoon weekly and must make a minimum commitment of 200 hours over one year. School- Volunteers work with students (preschool through high school) toward specific goals of their education plans. Ages 16 and above. Speech Therapy- Volunteers work under the direction of a Speech Pathologist and/or Audiologist to assist during treatment sessions, transport patients to and from therapy, perform clerical duties and maintain the general upkeep of the department. Ages 18 and above. Mondays-Fridays, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Volunteers must be available a full morning or afternoon weekly. Storytime- Volunteers read and/or play games with children between the ages of 3-12. Ages 16 and above. Teen Time- Volunteers work with adolescents between the ages of 13-19, reading, talking and doing other activities appropriate to the patients’ needs. Ages 16 and above. Therapeutic Recreation- Volunteers work with children between the ages of 5 and 19, assisting in one-on-one and group recreational activities (e.g. games, crafts, holiday parties, etc.). Ages 16 and above. Welcome Desk- Welcome incoming visitors and assist with directions and information as needed. Ages 18 and above. For more information on Blythedale’s volunteer opportunities, please contact the Hospital’s Director of Volunteer Services, Jabeen Dinzey, at (914) 831-2428. Youth Service Projects Hospitalized children sometimes have special needs that can be met through the generosity of individuals, families, schools and organizations. Sharing of your time and talents can help make a child’s recovery a more comfortable and positive experience. We also greatly appreciate the interest of young people. Scout troops, groups from churches and synagogues, and school classes can bring so much to our patients’ lives through their donation of time. Instilling the importance of philanthropy at an early age fosters a mutually beneficial relationship between volunteer and patient. Volunteer hours outside the Hospital, to benefit our children, make a significant contribution and can be considered service hours. How to Apply If you are interested in volunteering at Blythedale, please submit aVolunteer Application. Applications may be e-mailed tojdinzey@blythedale.org or faxed to 914-592-0407. If you prefer, please mail the application to: Jabeen Dinzey, Director Volunteer Services Blythedale Children’s Hospital 95 Bradhurst Avenue Valhalla, NY 10595. Blythedale Children’s Hospital is fortunate to receive many volunteer applications. Our volunteer opportunities are based on the needs of the Hospital, so we match our applicants’ skills and availability to our current needs. If your application meets our needs, we’ll invite you in for an interview and tour. Please be aware that, due to the number of applications we receive, we may not be able to place you at this time. However, we will keep your application on file for 6 months. If you are accepted to the volunteer program, you will need to complete a medical form, criminal background check, NYS Office of Children and Family Services screening, general volunteer orientation and any department-specific training prior to beginning your volunteer assignment.

Valhalla, NY

Through 6/30/18

Pull Tab Program

Think green and help the House! Our unique Pull Tab Collection Program does both. Volunteers collect the pull tabs from aluminum cans and bring them to a local recycling center where they are exchanged for money at the current market value per pound. (Approximately 1,267 tabs are in a pound depending on the size, shape, and metal content. Collecting aluminum tabs is a fun and easy way to get involved with the House. You can make it a company, school, personal, or class project. If a school is large enough, it may want to challenge the students to collect 1,000,000 tabs. Environmental clubs can collect tabs as a part of their efforts to help the environment. Clubs that are committed to charity work can see how their efforts directly affect our families. Tabs may be forwarded directly to the House. Tabs forwarded to the House should be bagged securely and then placed in a cardboard box.

Valhalla, NY

Through 6/30/18

Join the Medical Reserve Corps

Join the Medical Reserve Corps CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS Register today. Make a real difference by putting your skills and expertise to work to supplement public health emergency preparedness Working or retired Health Care Professionals Graduate Students in Medical and Allied Health Professions Office Workers with Administrative and People-skills Contribute your expertise close to home & get free training Register today at WestchesterGov.com/MRC #VolunteerNewRochelle

New Rochelle, NY

Through 9/30/18

Volunteer with Hospice Patients & their Families or in our Office

At United Hospice of Rockland, Inc., volunteers provide a variety of services that impact Hospice patients and their families on a daily basis, 24/7 – 365 days a year. Whether it’s providing companionship to a patient, respite to a caregiver, or doing data entry, fundraising, or answering phones in our offices, volunteers are an important part of our team. Direct Care Volunteers - volunteer directly with patients and/or their families in providing companionship, caregiver respite, errands, pet therapy and other services. Direct Care Volunteers are required to complete and submit a volunteer application and take an 18 hour training course, held over a 6 week period. Non-Direct Care Volunteers provide a variety of services that impact patients and their families indirectly as well. These volunteers assist us in the office by providing clerical support, assisting with special events, fundraising committees, community outreach and more. Non-Direct Care Volunteer Support volunteers are required to complete and submit a volunteer application and participate in an informal orientation.

New City, NY

Through 10/31/18

Teach Seniors with NY Senior Medicare Patrol

New York Senior Medicare Patrol The NY Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) is a nationwide effort to empower seniors to protect themselves against fraud, learn to detect errors on their medical statements and report Medicare abuse when suspected. With so many scams targeting seniors, volunteers have the unique opportunity to help stop healthcare fraud at the source! The NY Senior Medicare Patrol hosts Education Sessions to teach seniors a variety of tips to ensure their healthcare benefits are safe & personal information is secure from scammers. What would a Healthcare Fraud Educator do? Senior Medicare Patrol volunteers will give education sessions to various audiences of Medicare beneficiaries & caregivers about Medicare & Medicaid fraud/abuse. Education sessions are hosted all throughout Westchester county. NO PRIOR HEALTHCARE EDUCATION? NO PROBLEM! New York Senior Medicare Patrol will provide comprehensive training to interested volunteers. Training will be conducted in Westchester. Next Training Session is coming up soon! Email for further details. You can schedule your own volunteer calendar. Volunteering commitment is very flexible! Contact Victoria Thornton, Volunteer Coordinator for more information! 212-398-6565 ext 235 , vthornton@liveon-ny.org Find us on Facebook!

New City, NY

Through 4/4/19

Volunteer Sales Assistant

The “Volunteer-Sales Assistant” position is responsible in assisting in the operation of the “Accents on Antiques”, a non- profit retail shop which supports the work of Montefiore-New Rochelle Hospital. The Volunteer will perform a variety of tasks including answering telephones and other administrative tasks as assigned by the store manager of Accents on Antiques, located at 125 Wolfs Lane, Pelham, NY 10803. We would love to add youthful, energetic, self-motivated volunteers to our already wonderful group. GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Greet customers. • Sales - work with customers to show merchandise and answer questions about it. • Process all types of sales-cash, credit card and checks, & write-up sales receipts. • Enter sales into proprietary sales system. • Answer telephone inquiries and take appropriate messages for store manager and personnel. • Keep and maintain records (consignments, donations, dealers) and other documentation. • Label and tag merchandise with appropriate pricing. • Look up pricing on internet. • Reorganize and decorate store area. • Computer skills are desired, familiar with Word, Excel and PowerPoint are a plus but not necessary. • Various ad hoc projects assigned by store manager. Volunteers can choose what task they feel comfortable doing and complete task as instructed by store manager. QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS: • Excellent customer service skills. • Attention to detail. • Must be dependable and punctual. • Be courteous and personable when dealing with the public and team members. • Understand, accept and implement shop rules and guidelines. • Willing to take direction from the shop manager. • Respect and maintain confidentiality of all shop transactions. • Willing to commit to 3.5 hour shift once a week. • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 5 lbs. DRESS CODE: Business casual. TRAINING: All volunteers will receive on-the-job- training. REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: All volunteers must complete a volunteer application and pass a background check. BENEFITS/PERKS: • An opportunity to meet and connect with other volunteers within the community. • Increase knowledge/skills experience. • Discounts on select merchandise. • Complementary parking

Village of Pelham, NY

Through 4/27/20

Silver Spoon Assistant

Some of our residents who live in our nursing facility need assistance at mealtimes opening containers, cutting meat or just some conversation during mealtime. Having someone to talk to while you eat is always a more pleasant way to enjoy a meal.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 6/26/20

Worship on Wheels WOW

Wartburg is a large campus and we have a Lutheran chapel on campus. Each Sunday some residents would like to go to Sunday service but need someone to push their wheelchairs over to the chapel. We ask volunteers to be there at 9:45 for a 10:15 service and they return to the nursing home around 11:15.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 6/27/20

Volunteer Lawyer for Non-Profit Board

Volunteer Lawyer fo Non-Profit Board We are seeking an in-house counsel to work closely with our Board of Directors, to assist in the creation of contracts and agreements and be an adviser to the board Responsibilities and Duties Develop significant expertise in nonprofit corporate and federal tax-exempt law for purpose of advising Qualifications and Skills Admitted to practice law in New York Excellent oral and written communication skills; Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well with other board members Benefits Sit on the board of directors

Through 1/8/19

Volunteer WordPress Developer

Volunteer WordPress Developer We are seeking a WordPress Developer responsible for both back-end and front-end development, including creating WordPress themes and plugins. This position requires a combination of programming skills (namely PHP, HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript) and aesthetics (understanding element arrangements on the screen, the color and font choices, and so on). The candidate should have a strong understanding of industry trends and content management systems. Experience with the responsive and adaptive design is strongly preferred. Also, an understanding of the entire web development process, including design, development, and deployment is preferred. Responsibilities and Duties Designing and implementing new features and functionality Establishing and guiding the website’s architecture Ensuring high-performance and availability, and managing all technical aspects of the CMS Helping formulate an effective, responsive design and turning it into a working theme and plugin. Qualifications and Skills Good understanding of front-end technologies, including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery Experience building user interfaces for websites and/or web applications Experience designing and developing responsive design websites Comfortable working with debugging tools like Firebug, Chrome inspector, etc. Ability to understand CSS changes and their ramifications to ensure consistent style across platforms and browsers Ability to convert comprehensive layout and wireframes into working HTML pages

Through 1/8/19

Volunteer Social Media Manager

Volunteer Social Media Manager We are looking for a talented Social media manager to administer our social media accounts. You will be responsible for creating original text and video content, managing posts and responding to followers. You will manage our organization image in a cohesive way to achieve our marketing goals. As a Social Media Manager, we expect you to be up-to-date with the latest digital technologies and social media trends. You should have excellent communication skills and be able to express our organization’s views creatively. Ultimately, you should be able to handle our social media presence ensuring high levels of web traffic and customer engagement. Responsibilities and Duties Perform research on current benchmark trends and audience preferences Design and implement social media strategy to align with organization's goals Set specific objectives and report on ROI Generate, edit, publish and share engaging content daily (e.g. original text, photos, videos, and news) Monitor SEO and web traffic metrics Collaborate with other teams, like marketing, fundraising and ensure brand consistency Communicate with followers, respond to queries in a timely manner and monitor customer reviews Oversee social media accounts’ design (e.g. Facebook timeline cover, profile pictures and blog layout) Suggest and implement new features to develop brand awareness, like promotions and competitions Stay up-to-date with current technologies and trends in social media, design tools, and applications Qualifications and Skills Requirements Proven work experience as a Social Media Manager Hands on experience in content management Excellent copywriting skills Ability to deliver creative content (text, image and video) Solid knowledge of SEO, keyword research and Google Analytics Knowledge of online marketing channels

Through 1/8/19

Volunteer Fundraising Board Chair

Fundraising Chairperson Responsible for assisting with raising funds for the charity throughout the year. The Fundraising Chairs will recruit and develop volunteers as they deem necessary to help with the planning of each event. This position has an intense workload throughout the entire year. To be successful and avoid burnout, the Fundraising Chairperson must develop and use systems that allow volunteers to successfully participate with minimal direction when helping with fundraising events. Responsibilities and Duties Secure donation items for silent auctions. Run 50/50 raffle and silent auction at each event Work with Volunteer Chair to ensure volunteers are at each event in advance when possible. Oversee Grant Writer and ensure grants are being put in Establish new revenue streams Prepares monthly Board Report and submits to Secretary prior to meeting for full board review Regularly attends board meetings and important related meetings. Benefits Sits on board of directors for With Ribbons We Fight Foundation Inc

Through 1/8/19

Volunteer Board Director of Marketing and Communications

Marketing & Communications Director Tasks Involved in Position Lead the Marketing and Communications Chair to direct the overall comprehensive marketing and communications strategy. Help lead team to oversee a consistent and active communication strategy to all stakeholders for the purposes of recruitment, program messaging, fundraising, awareness, and branding. Responsibilities and Duties Sits on the executive committee Regularly attends board meetings and important related meetings. Contribute expertise to assist staff in establishing organizational marketing, branding and communication plans and initiatives. Build on current Learning Center brand and develop creative market outreach programs that will drive new business growth. Advise staff on strategies and development for various marketing communications channels and web presences including, electronic/social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc), newsletter, public relations, website and printed collateral. Maintain and build relationships with key industry partners and members of the press in conjunction with staff efforts. Evaluate the effectiveness of marketing initiatives both internally and externally and provide support to the Development and Marketing team as needed. Identify key speaking engagements for staff and community to help market and brand the center. Prepares monthly Board Report and submits to Secretary prior to meeting for full board review. Regularly attends board meetings and important related meetings. Create website Design marketing plan Create marketing team Benefits Sit on board of directors of the foundation

Through 1/8/19

Volunteer Community Outreach Chair

Community Outreach Chair Responsible for managing community outreach efforts for the charity. Works cohesively with marketing to develop efforts to ensure overall coordination of all community and special events Responsibilities and Duties Sits on the executive committee Establish a community outreach effort. Identify opportunities and interest in a community project. Develop and implement short-term and long-term strategies to maintain the outreach program Identifies professionals that can support and nourish the community outreach program. Represents the charity at community events, and makes presentations regarding goals to the charity. Advertises volunteer opportunities to the community and submits newsletter articles about our Outreach programs. Establishes and recruits task force and committee members to assist in the on-going community projects. Develops a budget for community outreach initiatives and programs. Prepares monthly Board Report and submits to Secretary prior to meeting for full board review. Regularly attends board meetings and important related meetings. Benefits Sits on the board of directors of With Ribbons We Fight Foundation Inc

Through 1/8/19

Volunteer Board Secretary

Board Secretary Responsibilities and Duties Maintains records of the board and ensures effective management of organization's records. Manages minutes of board meetings. Ensures minutes are distributed to members shortly after each meeting. Prepares monthly Board Report and submits to President prior to meeting for full board review. Regularly attends board meetings and important related meetings. Qualifications and Skills Needs to be sufficiently familiar with legal documents (articles, by-laws, IRS letters, etc.) to note applicability during meetings Benefits Sits on the Executive Committee

Through 1/8/19

TREASURER

Tasks involved in position Sits on the Executive Committee Manages finances of the organization Administrates fiscal matters of the organization Provides annual budget to the board for members' approval Ensures development and board review of financial policies and procedures Prepares monthly Board Report and submits to Secretary prior to meeting for full board review Regularly attends board meetings and important related meetings. Assists with all executive board tasks given by the president

Through 12/31/18

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