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Ways of Caring Winter & Spring 2014
Click here for the Spring 2015 Ways of Caring covering February, March & April.
Volunteers having an impact in Education, Income & Health
In order to build a stronger community we have identified key community needs in Education, Income and Health (EIH). We encourage you to consider volunteering at organizations addressing these priorities
Education -- All children are ready to learn, have access to a quality education, stay in school, have positive out-of-school time and home environments and have good role models.
January is National Mentoring Month -- to learn more about mentoring & tutoring programs in Chittenden County, click here.
Income - Everyone has access to emergency food and shelter, affordable housing, and the resources, skills and support to be employed and financially stable.
Health-- Everyone in our community can achieve optimal health and personal safety through access to care, a safe & caring home, and good nutrition.
Search all of our volunteer opportunities:
Use the links on the right to search the 300+ volunteer opportunities from more than 250 local nonprofits, schools & public agencies or to find specific opportunities for youth, groups, court-ordered service and more
Nonprofits -- Use the Find Volunteers link on the right to log in or register to post volunteer opportunities in Vermont
Questions? Call 860-1677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org