Renown Medical Center: Interested in a career in medicine? Volunteering at Renown is a great way to give back and expose yourself to what it is like to work in medicine. Contact Katie at 775- 982-4755.
Peavine Elementary School: Peavine Elementary is famous for their annual Chilifest which is their PTA’s largest community event. Each year, they are in need of volunteers to help with a variety of tasks. This is a great opportunity for students in need of accumulating service hours. Please contact Kathy Patterson at email@example.com or 775-250-3773.
Exploring Program: Students can learn what it takes to make it in the challenging field of Law Enforcement. Law Enforcement Exploring offers young men and young women ages 15-21 the chance to experience law enforcement career opportunities.
- Meetings for the Sparks Police Department Law Enforcement Exploring Program are held at the Sparks Police Department every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 6-8pm. If you have questions regarding this program you can call 353-2231 and ask about the Explorer Program.
- Meetings for the Reno Police Department Law Enforcement Exploring Program are held at the Reno Police Department every Monday from 6-8pm. If you have questions regarding this program you can call Sgt. J. Redmond at 348-0285 or 325-2015 and ask about the Explorer Program.
Boys & Girls Club: The Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows has the following volunteer and community service opportunities:
- Self Motivated Volunteer
- College Course Required Community Service
- Work Required Community Service
- High School Required Community Service
American Red Cross: As a Red Cross volunteer, you can help people displaced by disaster, or go into schools and show children how to prepare for a fire. You can teach CPR and First Aid, or go out into the community spreading the Red Cross mission. Most of all, Red Cross volunteers help save lives and what could be more fulfilling than that?
Discovery Museum: The Discovery has a very active team of volunteers who contribute their time and talents to support the museum’s educational mission. Volunteers gain new skills and experiences, meet interesting people and make a tremendous impact on The Discovery’s visitors.
Arts for All: Arts for All Nevada’s mission focuses on providing quality arts opportunities for children and adults of all ages and all abilities while operating and maintaining the Lake Mansion as a cultural and historic facility.
Food Bank of Northern Nevada: Whether you are a self-motivated individual volunteer, represent a community or employee group, or are looking for school or work-related, or court-ordered community service opportunities, there’s something for you to do to help at the Food Bank of Northern Nevada.
Nevada Humane Society: Volunteers help with everything from walking dogs, to socializing with cats and kittens, to doing laundry, to helping at special events. There is never a shortage of help needed and never a job too big or too small.
JustServe: JustServe.org is a website where the volunteer needs of organizations may be posted and volunteers may search for places to serve in the community. JustServe.org links you to service opportunities in your community so you can make a difference wherever you are and however you want to serve.
Northern Nevada R.A.V.E. Family Foundation (NNRFF) is recruiting for the 2018-2019 program year. The mission of the NNRFF (R.A.V.E.~ Respite And Volunteer Experiences) is to improve the well-being of Nevada families by providing respite to families caring for young children and adult family members with special needs. Contact Betsy Aguiar at (775) 787-3520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.