volunteer opportunities in woburn

Seeking Extra Help at The Soccer Shack This Saturday

Joyce Middle School

On Saturday, May 31 the Joyce Middle School Soccer Shack is looking for a few extra hands to help out from 10 am until 2 pm. The Shack is located at the Joyce Middle School located at 55 Locust Street in Woburn. Help is always appreciated. High schoolers looking to acquire some community service hours are welcome to help out at anytime. If interested in volunteering, contact Fran LeFave at flefave@rcn.com

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Help a neighbor in crisis. Neighbor Brigade is an organization dedicated to providing immediate and free assistance to neighbors experiencing sudden crises such as cancer treatment, illness, accident, or other types of tragedies.

Their volunteers provide critical support services such as home delivered meals, transportation to and from medical appointments, and home maintenance help. The organization is comprised of town-specific chapters, each managed by screened and trained volunteer Chapter Leaders who recruit and coordinate volunteers within their town.

The Woburn Chapter is currently looking for volunteers to help local residents in need. Click here to meet the Woburn Chapter Leader and sign up to volunteer!

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Do you love soccer? Consider volunteering with the Woburn Youth Soccer Association! They need adult and high school volunteers to help out at the Middlesex Commissioner's Cup on Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd. Volunteers can pick from the following shifts: 8-11AM, 11AM-2PM or 2PM-5PM.

If you would like to help out, just stop by the Joyce Middle School Soccer Complex and check in at the shack. For more information about Woburn Youth Soccer, please click here.

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Do you have an interest in community health and human services and want to take a leadership role with an innovative organization? Neighbor Brigade is looking for a co-leader for their Woburn Chapter!

Neighbor Brigade
establishes and mobilizes community-based networks of volunteers to provide immediate and free support services for residents experiencing a sudden crisis such as a cancer diagnosis, accident, or other tragedy. They have 40 chapters, 39 in the Greater Boston area and one out-of-state pilot program in Dover, NH. Their volunteer pool currently totals 4,300 individuals.

Each of the chapters is led by a volunteer chapter leader, or preferably a pair of chapter leaders. They use volunteer management software to manage and communicate with their volunteers. They conduct outreach to hospitals, schools, and other health and human service agencies, and also accept self-referrals.
Responsibilities include:
• Develop and manage a volunteer network within your town
• Conduct intake of recipients and post requests for help on online calendar
• Conduct community outreach to partnering organizations, such as schools and other family service agencies.
If interested, please contact Director of Operations Kristie Oberlies at: kristie@neighborbrigade.org or 978-897-4540.

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

meals on wheels logo

Do you have an hour to spare each week? Homebound seniors need your help. The Woburn Meals on Wheels program is in urgent need of drivers! Last year, 159 Woburn seniors received Meals on Wheels, allowing them to stay in their own homes. 

Meals on Wheels is a long-standing national program serving mid-day meals to our most vulnerable seniors. The seniors are so grateful for your time. Just the brief interaction improves their health and well-being. And drivers report finding their work very meaningful.

For more information, call or e-mail Liz Rowe, Volunteer and Special Projects Coordinator at Minutemen Senior Services, (781) 221-7093 or l.rowe@minutemensenior.oeg.

Meals are provided by Minutemen Senior Services, a nonprofit organization that helps seniors and people with disabilities live in the setting of their choice by engaging community resources and supporting caregivers.

Click here to see a short video about the national Meals on Wheels program. 

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Do you love to write? SCI is currently looking for a volunteer from July-August to keep our SCI Woburn community website updated and to write our weekly e-newsletter featuring upcoming community events in Woburn!

This is a great opportunity for people who want to practice their skills in communications, marketing, community outreach or website technology. And you can work from the comfort of your own home!

Prior experience with website updating and posting is appreciated, but not required. If available, you can come to the SCI Woburn office for a brief tutorial on how to post blog entries to the webpage and how to create e-newsletters.

For a more detailed description of this position, please visit www.sciwoburn.org/volunteer.

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Take advantage of this beautiful spring weather by getting outside and volunteering at a local community garden! 

The North Suburban YMCA is looking for volunteers on Friday, May 17th anytime between 8:30AM-6:00PM to help plant and finish prepping garden boxes at their community garden!
Volunteers may stay as long as they would like. Whole Foods Market in Woburn will also be stopping by to help out.

SCI and the YMCA teamed up last summer during National Volunteer Week to kick start the "Giving Garden," but volunteers are still needed to help maintain it throughout the summer. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Annie Medonis at amedonis@ymcaboston.org.

Another option for volunteers looking to help out at a community garden is at the Woburn Food Pantry's community garden plot! Last year, the Council of Social Concern hosted it and tons of volunteers came out to help make it a smashing success. Now, they are looking for new helpers this year to tend to the garden!

Volunteers can help out with planting, weeding, watering and harvesting the garden. If you are interested in volunteering at the community garden, please contact the garden coordinator Clarinda Massengill at (978) 761-0795 or cm1665@comcast.net.

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