Current Service and Volunteer Opportunities
Short Term Volunteer Opportunities
A Day Out With Thomas
A Day Out With Thomas is an annual National Railroad Museum special event featuring Thomas the Tank Engine. Volunteer opportunities for this event include a variety of children's activities such as parking attendants, helping at craft tables, dressing as sir Topham Hatt and greeting children, giving temporary tattoos, supervising games as well as many other activities.
Date: June 11-15
Time: Shifts available from 7:30am-6:00pm
Location: National Railroad Museum, 974 Ninth St. Green Bay
Contact: Kari Hinrichs at 437-7623 ext. 24 or email@example.com
Fly A Kite Fest Event Staff - Help us Soar!
Family and Childcare Resources of Northeast Wisconsin is looking for volunteers to help make this a fun, free day for our community. The event also helps to raise awareness to programs for early childhood development and child abuse prevention at our agency.
Need: We need help with:
All volunteers should be 16+ or with adult.
Date: Jun 28, 2014
Time: 8 AM - 5 PM **All volunteers who support on June 28 with a 3-hour or more shift will receive a t-shirt, meal voucher and a great show put on by our kiters.
Contact: Dawn Miller, Special Projects Manager at (920) 432-8899
INTEGRATED COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO ASSIST WITH CHILD CARE
Volunteers are needed to help provide child care for our Family Self Sufficiency participants children during life skill classes. Finding childcare to come to the classes is a barrier for many of our clients attending, so your help would be greatly appreciated both by ICS and the parents attending the classes. Classes are held on the 2nd Monday of every month from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Although it would be nice to have some consistency, if you are only available to help with one class that is fine as well!
Date: 2nd Monday of every month
Time: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: 2605 S. Oneida Street Suite 106 Green Bay, WI 54304
Long Term Volunteer Opportunities
Freedom House Receptionists Needed
Need: Freedom House Ministries is in need of friendly and positive volunteer receptionists to help greet residents, visitors, volunteers and donors. The duties include (but are not limited to) answering and forwarding phone calls, receiving/sorting donations, and filling out the proper paper work, light office work, and more. Office experience is a plus, but not required.
Date/Time: Contact for available shifts.
Commitment: Minimum of 6 month commitment desired.
Location: Freedom House, 2997 St. Anthony Drive Green Bay, WI 54311
Contact: For more information please contact Amber Yahnke at 920-432-4646, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Childcare Volunteers Needed
The CP Center of Green Bay will be starting up a Support Group for Parents who have a child with special needs.
The Support Group will be offered on the second Wednesday evening of each month at the CP Center.
Need: Volunteers who are interested in providing child care for parents who are attending the Special Needs Support Group at CP. Volunteers must have a positive attitude and like working with children. Experience working with children with and without special needs is appreciated
Date: Second Wednesday of each month (Beginning Wed. Dec. 11th)
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Location: Sensory or Large Motor Gym at the CP Center – 2801 S Webster Ave, Green Bay, WI
Contact: For more information or inquiries, please contact Amy Murphy at 920-337-1121 ext. 1205 or email@example.com.
They are looking for volunteers for a variety of projects, companionship (playing games, talking, etc.) and compassionate care team.
Contact: Stefanie Lempke at (920)321-2004 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Children’s Museum of Green Bay
If you like having fun & making a difference in children’s lives, consider volunteering at the Children’s Museum for a variety of projects.
Contact: (920)432-4397 – ask for the Volunteer Coordinator – if you’re interested in serving
Please contact Suzanne Ritter (email@example.com) if you are looking for immediate service opportunities.
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