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  1. Mentors Needed for The Backpack Project

    The Backpack Project needs mentors for its "Backpack Buddies" mentoring program. The Backpack Project, Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization devoted to addressing the educational supply needs of area children in underserved communities throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area. We provide…

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    Start Date: October 04, 2014
    End Date: June 13, 2015
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    Orr Elementary School
    Washington, DC 20020
  2. Photographer for Events

    Legal Counsel for the Elderly would like to find a photographer who would take pictures of our clients and special events we sponsor.

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    Start Date: November 14, 2014
    End Date: November 02, 2015
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    Location will vary
    Washington, DC 20049
  3. Administrative Volunteers Needed at EEOC

    We are looking for a motivated individual who has excellent customer service skills, as the position may require them to greet and escort other volunteers. We are also looking for someone who is adept at general office clerical functions, such as filing, answering the telephones, taking and retrieving messages,…

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    Start Date: August 22, 2013
    End Date: August 25, 2015
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    131 M Street, N.E. Suite 4NW02F
    Washington, DC 20507
  4. Volunteer Team Leader for Tutors (K-3rd grade) DC Locations

    Team Leaders combine their love of volunteering with their leadership skills to manage and inspire teams of adults serving as literacy volunteers in elementary schools. As a Team Leader, you have the opportunity to grow your leadership experience and make a difference in your community, all while gaining skills…

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    Start Date: September 22, 2014
    End Date: October 30, 2015
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    Several locations in Wash, DC
    Washington, DC 20009
  5. Volunteer Tutor (K-3rd grade) DC Locations

    AARP Experience Corps utilizes the time and experience of adults, 50 years of age and older, as tutors and mentors to help improve the academic success and behavioral outcomes of children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. AARP Experience Corps is a program that provides a triple win -- for our schools, our students,…

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    Start Date: October 15, 2014
    End Date: November 15, 2015
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    Several locations in Wash, DC
    Washington, DC 20009

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  1. In Search of Board Members

    No Laughing Matter is a start-up Non-Profit Organization focused on providing support for Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, creating awareness for Child Sexual Abuse, and creating educational programs that teach parents how to educate their children on recognizing the signs of sexual abuse. We are in search…

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    DC
  2. Interfaith Youth Service Project Volunteers

    Volunteers for youth service projects (dates TBD) which will connect the religious communities/schools together to then form their own interfaith youth service groups with guidance and mentorship from the Unity Walk and other youth groups. The Unity Walk will also need volunteers to put on service events a few…

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    DC
  3. Domestic Violence Safe House Volunteer

    The Freddi House strives to provide safe, comfortable, emergency shelter for women with or without children who are fleeing domestic violence. We need mature, caring, empathetic, open-minded individuals to support our clients as they strive to become self-sufficient. If you are interested in learning more about…

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    DC
  4. Regional Director

    THE BORGEN PROJECT Position: Regional Director Location: Nationwide Salary: Unpaid Duration: Minimum of 6 months Hours: 4-6 hours per week DESCRIPTION: The Borgen Project believes that leaders of the most powerful nation on earth should be doing more to address global poverty. We're the innovative, national…

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    DC
  5. Volunteer as a Host Parent of an International High School Exchange Student

    Plant the seeds of lifelong learning and friendships with international youth exchange programs. Host a high school exchange student for a semester or academic school year with international Experience-USA (ie-usa.com). International Experience USA (iE-USA) is a non-profit educational exchange organization that…

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    DC

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  1. Fundraising to help provide financial education tied to Bank-on Programs

    CFEF has worked with Bank-on DC, providing its state of the art-online system, known as MyStartingPoint to help unbanked/underbanked gain entry into the banking system. Other cities (Atlanta, Savannagh, Louisville, Houston, have expressed interest in using our program, however funding is necessary to adapt the…

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  2. Campus Hospice Volunteer

    We are looking for caring men and women that are willing to offer support and friendship to hospice patients and their families. Compass Hospice has patients and caregivers throughout East Texas that would love a tender hand to hold or an attentive ear to listen. Volunteer opportunities include friendly visits,…

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  3. Occupational Advisory Committee Board Member

    Communities In School of Philadelphia and the School District of Philadelphia are searching for volunteers to serve as BOARD MEMBERS for the 2013-2014 school year. We are seeking committee members representing business, industry, labor, and the general public to bring a unique perspective to education and training…

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  4. Fundraising Volunteer

    COAD needs help with various events that raise funds for Appalachian Ohio scholarships. Assistance needed with golf tournament, yard sales and other events.

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  5. Vets

    To help vet families settle in the community buy helping them with necessary information to get settled.

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