Adding Taxonomy: healing-companions-inc Healing Companions, Inc.

ALL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES for

Healing Companions, Inc.
5 S Main St #205, Oberlin, OH 44074

POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

  • Grant Writers/Fundraisers – Ideal candidate is someone with prior nonprofit and fundraising experience.
  • Photographers – We’re looking for someone, in the Oberlin, OH area, who can take high-quality photos for our social media pages and web presence, as well as printed materials.
  • Professional Videographers – If you reside in the Oberlin, OH area, we need your help to tell our story in a visually compelling way.
  • Social Media Experts – We’re looking for individuals with experience building a strong following, communicating messages in powerful and effective way, and building brand awareness across multiple platforms.
  • Blog Writers – Healing Companions needs people with who can craft high-quality blog posts on a regular basis.
  • Board Members – We are looking to expand our Board of Directors to help Healing Companions, Inc. grow and meet the increasing demand for Psychiatric Service Dogs. Those with experience serving on nonprofit boards and/or fundraising are encouraged to apply.

THINK YOU’VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

We’d love to hear from you!Contact us with a copy of your resume/CV and portfolio, as well as a few words about what attracted you to the mission of Healing Companions, Inc.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Recurring
  • Anytime
  • Individuals
  • Virtual , Tech Support , Writing , Proofreading , Skills-based , Research , Project-based
Adding Taxonomy: america-scores-cleveland America SCORES Cleveland

Amazon Wish List for

America SCORES Cleveland
3631 Perkins Ave #2CE, Cleveland, OH 44114

Support America SCORES Cleveland with Charity Lists

AmazonSmile donates to your favorite charity on Charity List purchases and millions of eligible items at smile.amazon.com.

  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Individuals
  • Collect Donations
  • Learn More
Adding Taxonomy: eyej-empowering-youth-exploring-justice EYEJ: Empowering Youth, Exploring Justice

Be a Volunteer Facilitator, Speaker and/or Coordinator with EYEJ’s NEW Y.O.D.J: Youth Online Discussing Justice Program

EYEJ: Empowering Youth, Exploring Justice
2529 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113

EYEJ engages middle and high school youth in programs designed to build community, develop their civic voice and civil discourse, develop social-emotional learning and promote social justice for its core program –the Discussion Series. Having served youth now in 13 schools and 4 recreation centers new avenues for the Discussion Series have been requested by multiple entities for support of our youth. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, EYEJ responded quickly to our youth being out of school, and created the Y.O.D.J. program – youth online discussing justice. Y.O.D.J. is a 12 week online Discussion Series program (8 weeks) with a Reflection event (4 weeks) for 6-8th grade youth to exchange ideas and perspectives in an online classroom with diverse and empowered community members, peers, and volunteers twice weekly. A customized copyrighted curriculum is provided to help develop social emotional learning for students by connecting youth to various resources and role models in the Cleveland area. One complete session of the Y.O.D.J. program consists of 24 events.Topics:Toxic Stress Exploring Money w/Federal Reserve Bank and Chase Bank Conflict Resolution Exploring Technology Police and Youth Relationships w/the Cleveland Police Achieving a Positive Mindset w/Case Western Reserve University Fowler Institute Invest in Your Future, Entrepreneurship, College/Trade School Exploring Violence w/the Cleveland PoliceSIGN UP HERE
  • Children (5-12) , 12-15
  • One-time , Ongoing
  • Weekdays
  • Individuals , Groups (2-10) , Groups (10+) , Corporate Teams
  • Virtual , Skills-based , Other
Adding Taxonomy: engage-cleveland Engage! Cleveland

Bloggers for

Engage! Cleveland
8200 Sweet Valley Dr #100, Valley View, OH 44125

Write a blog for Engage! Cleveland about being a young professional or college student in the Greater Cleveland area.
  • Adults (18+)
  • One-time , Ongoing , Recurring
  • Anytime
  • Individuals
  • Writing
  • Learn More
Adding Taxonomy: burning-river-baroque Burning River Baroque

Board Members for

Burning River Baroque
3218 Euclid Heights Blvd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Burning River Baroque's vision is to inspire social change through music. We are actively growing our board and would love the opportunity to add you to our team!
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Virtual , In-person , Collect Donations , Note Writing , Skills-based , Project-based
Adding Taxonomy: adoption-network-cleveland Adoption Network Cleveland

Board Members for

Adoption Network Cleveland
4614 Prospect Ave E #550, Cleveland, OH 44103

Adoption Network Cleveland’s Board of Directors is a group of diverse and passionate individuals, many of whom have been directly touched by adoption or foster care, who share an understanding and commitment to the mission of the organization. The Board of Directors as a body, and its individual members, makeup the primary governing body of the organization. The members of the Board of Directors provide policy governance, serve in leadership roles on the organization’s committees and play a major role in achieving the fund development goals of the organization.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Evenings , Weekdays
  • Individuals
  • Virtual , In-person , Skills-based , Other

Board Treasurer for

Burning River Baroque
3218 Euclid Heights Blvd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Burning River Baroque is actively recruiting a board treasurer to assist with bookkeeping and financial reporting.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Virtual , Skills-based
Adding Taxonomy: friends-of-breakthrough-schools Friends of Breakthrough Schools

Breakthrough Victory Fund for

Friends of Breakthrough Schools
3615 Superior Ave Building 44, Suite 4403A, Cleveland, OH 44114

During the last few months of the 2019-2020 school year, Breakthrough Schools, along with schools across Ohio, were shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Breakthrough’s model education leaders began meeting virtually to create the initial virtual learning plan, and established a suggested schedule for remote learning, identified select online resources, and built out core structures. This grew into the 2020 Breakthrough Distance Learning Plan. The Plan outlined remote working expectations, family outreach plans, and device distribution. We made sure that every student had a working device and internet access to participate in the program. 500 hotspots were purchased to be distributed to families in need, and we connected with local organizations to assist some of our families in gaining online connectivity. Breakthrough offered distance learning plans through the end of the school year and plans to continue to offer online resources over the summer for our students.The Breakthrough Scholars’ Victory Fund was established to lead us to positive outcomes as we navigate this unfamiliar terrain. Donations from the Victory Fund are being used to provide the technology necessary for our current and new families being enrolled. This is guaranteeing them the chance to continue to learn remotely throughout the summer and into the 2020-2021 school year.We are making sure that EVERY family in our network has access to the best education under the circumstances and the Breakthrough Scholar’s Victory Fund is helping to make that possible!
  • Adults (18+) , 55+
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Individuals , Groups (2-10) , Groups (10+) , Families , Corporate Teams
  • Virtual , Collect Donations
  • Learn More
We need someone to transcribe and upload captions for videos created for our first distance learning curriculum. Videos are hosted on YouTube, but their automated captioning is insufficient.
  • 12-15 , 16-18 , Adults (18+) , 55+
  • One-time , Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Virtual , Indoor , Tech Support , Writing , Note Writing , Skills-based , Project-based

Cleveland Parents Outreach Program for

Friends of Breakthrough Schools
3615 Superior Ave Building 44, Suite 4403A, Cleveland, OH 44114

School might be out for the summer, but Breakthrough Schools are taking steps to plan for the 2020-2021 school year. Breakthrough is a free, K-8, public charter school network with seven locations in Cleveland. We hope to connect with local families looking for high-quality options for their children, and are working to enroll students for the upcoming school year. You can help make a difference by volunteering to be a part of Breakthrough’s Parent Outreach Team. To learn more about this, contact Tim Mann, Friends of Breakthrough’s Senior Advancement Officer via email: [email protected].
  • Adults (18+) , 55+
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Individuals , Groups (2-10) , Groups (10+) , Families , Corporate Teams
  • Phone Calling
We could use help with marketing & communications, visual communication design, fundraising development, social media, and other related areas.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Weekdays
  • Individuals
  • Virtual , Writing , Skills-based , Project-based

Now more than ever, we’re so grateful for the community that has funded, volunteered, celebrated, and advocated for The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio through the years. At a time when everything feels uncertain, we find comfort and encouragement knowing that you care about our cause.

Our Walk, Rock and Run will be held virtually on June 21st. Diversity Center staff members, and special surprise guests will be live on Facebook and Instagram at 8:30 a.m., walking the route with you. You may walk or run virtually between June 21st and July 6th. For details, visit https://www.diversitycenterneo.org/events/walk-rock-run/

While much of the world has stopped, our mission to eliminate bias, bigotry and racism will not be placed on pause. That’s why we’re asking you to help us cover the cost of continuing our diversity, equity and inclusion work with students.

We have all seen how the impact of COVID-19 is especially severe for those in marginalized socio-economic groups (people of color, the elderly, youth, people with disabilities, indigenous people, members of the LGBTQ+ community, refugees, and migrants).

Our programming, in School & Youth, SHIFT Consulting, and in LeadDIVERSITY, is a strong antidote to the bias, bigotry and racism that has created such inequity.

Our work is needed now, more than ever!

Participating virtually and donating to Walk, Rock and Run, is the safest, simplest, and most effective way to ensure that we can continue our School & Youth programming as we adapt to ever-changing circumstances due to COVID-19.

If you were planning on attending Walk, Rock and Run this year, consider donating in the amount that you would have spent on gasoline, parking, breakfast and coffee, had you attended the event. Please consider a donation of $25 to $50 or more.

While all of us are facing great challenges at this time, we hope that you can find some peace knowing that because of your generosity, we are working overtime to develop an additional program delivery model, Distance Learning.

Click Here to Donate to Walk, Rock and Run

On behalf of all of us at The Diversity Center, thank you for being a part of our community. Thank you for helping us to create communities where all people are connected, respected and valued. We wish you and your family health, safety, and happiness. With your support, not only will we get through this, but we will come out stronger.

Join the competition for the 2nd Annual Workplace Traveling Trophy and Top Individual Fundraising Prize! The Diversity Center will award prizes in two categories: Workplace and Individual. You will have bragging rights for a year! Grand Marshal Russ Mitchell, Channel 3 News Anchor WKYC TV-3 will present your trophy or prize to you at TV-3. You will also be featured on TV-3's website and The Diversity Center's website. Start your Walk, Rock and Run Team today! To qualify for the prizes, The Diversity Center must be in receipt of all funds by 4 p.m. on Monday, July, 6th! For more information contact, Pat Lyden at 216-752-3000 ext. 230 or [email protected]

  • 12-15 , 16-18 , Adults (18+) , 55+ , Child with Adult
  • One-time
  • Individuals , Groups (2-10) , Groups (10+) , Families , Corporate Teams
  • Collect Donations
Adding Taxonomy: leap-linking-employment-abilities-and-potential LEAP (Linking Employment, Abilities and Potential)

Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities

LEAP (Linking Employment, Abilities and Potential)
2545 Lorain Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113

Our Employment program and summer youth program are struggling with finding appropriate and meaningful training opportunities for individuals with disabilities, and with supporting people with disabilities in their work skill building and job search. We are looking for small business employers who can provide work experiences in a safe, small environment.
Adding Taxonomy: effective-leadership-academy-ela Effective Leadership Academy (ELA)

Enroll family and friends in online ELA programming

Effective Leadership Academy (ELA)
4480 Richmond Rd, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

ELA online programming is available for students in grade 5 -12To register family or friends please visit www.effectivela.org/elaonline
  • Children (5-12) , 12-15 , 16-18
  • Recurring
  • Families
  • Virtual
Adding Taxonomy: brown-county-humane-society Brown County Humane Society

Foster families needed for

Brown County Humane Society
100 Veterans Blvd, Georgetown, OH 45121

Become a foster family today! ​Foster families are needed to provide emotional and medical care to our special animals from pregnant dogs/cats, puppies/kittens to horses!
  • Adults (18+) , 55+
  • Ongoing , Recurring
  • Anytime
  • Individuals , Families
  • Virtual , In-person , Foster Animals
  • Learn More
Adding Taxonomy: city-fresh City Fresh

Fresh Stop Volunteers for

City Fresh
Oberlin, OH 44074

We are looking for dedicated individuals to help distribute food shares at our neighborhood Fresh Stops throughout Northeast Ohio this season. To properly follow distancing guidelines, we need volunteers more than ever. In order to minimize contact and possibilities for cross-contamination, we'll need staff and volunteers dedicated to singular tasks. Volunteer jobs include set up, check-in, distribution, traffic flow coordination, and clean-up.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing , Recurring
  • Evenings , Weekdays
  • Individuals , Groups (2-10)
  • In-person , Food Distribution , Food Packing
  • Learn More
Adding Taxonomy: domestic-violence-child-advocacy-center Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center

Helpline Volunteer for

Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center
Cleveland, OH 44101

Responsible for responding to callers in need of crisis intervention, support, safety planning, program intakes, referrals, and community resources on the 24-Hour Domestic Violence & Family Helpline.

  • One-time
  • Weekdays , Weekends
  • Individuals
  • In-person , Hotline Staff , Phone Calling
Education has come a long way since Sir Isaac Pitman initiated the first distance education course in the early 1840s. The one-size-fits-all educational approach of the past is being transformed as a result of changing worldwide dynamics. Regardless of these changing dynamics, however, one true constant remains – the power and importance of music. For more than a century, TMS has cultivated the power of music as an educational, community-building and public health tool. We have adapted to the needs and interests of our constituents for 108 years. Clearly, while music is very important, an argument can be made that, compared to the heroic public health workers and organizations that are directly addressing life-and-death issues, music’s importance pales. But to underestimate the importance of music in our lives and communities, particularly in times like these, is misguided. Throughout time, music has offered hope and comfort amid fear and uncertainty. But in the age of this novel coronavirus, accessing and investing in music is infinitely more important for another reason. Following closely on the heels of the virus will emerge an emotional and mental health crisis within our populace. The impact of social separation and isolation on issues relating to depression, loneliness, hopelessness and suicide may skyrocket. Research tells us that music is one of our most powerful therapeutic tools in helping to mitigate the effects and impact of depression, anxiety disorders, stress, loneliness and isolation. Music can elevate an individual’s mood, resulting in a more positive outlook. It also offers a pathway to connecting with other humans.
  • Virtual
Adding Taxonomy: karamu-house Karamu House

Karamu Arts Education for

Karamu House
2355 E 89th St, Cleveland, OH 44106

Welcome to Karamu Arts Academy, where we bring together both children and adults with arts education classes and programs throughout the year. Explore our catalog of classes and programs, including our Fall and Spring Arts Academy semesters and our Summer Intensive program.www.karamu/events/summer-intensives  
Adding Taxonomy: lifebanc Lifebanc

Making a Difference and Saving Lives for

Lifebanc
4775 Richmond Rd, Cleveland, OH 44128

Every gift matters and makes a difference - from saying 'yes' to organ, eye, and tissue donation to financial contributions in support of our community programs and donor family care. You can also choose to participate in our events.
However you choose to give, please know that you are helping to heal and save lives.
Support our mission today.
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Individuals , Corporate Teams
  • Virtual
  • Learn More

The Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is looking for individuals/groups to donate a meal for our emergency shelter site.
  • Dinner to be provided for 50 individuals (approximately 25 women and 25 children).
  • Please let us know at least 2 weeks in advance of the date you would prefer to come.
  • Please coordinate with us one week in advance what you plan to provide for the meal.
  • All meals must be prepared ahead of time.
  • Please make sure everything is in disposable containers such as aluminum pans.
  • The Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center reserves the right to limit who is accepted to provide meals.
  • Last minute cancellations present a hardship for the shelter, as staff has to re-plan a meal for 50 people. We ask that any cancellations be at least 72 hours in advance. Please call Lynette AND shelter to cancel – 216-631-0211.
  • Further details will be provided upon scheduling with Lynette at the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center.

  • One-time
  • In-person , Delivery
Adding Taxonomy: cleveland-sight-center Cleveland Sight Center

Offsite Volunteer Opportunities for

Cleveland Sight Center
1901 E 101st St, Cleveland, OH 44106

From building a train table for our preschool students, to making cushions to sit around the fireside at our camp, to offering programs that can be delivered to our clients virtually, there are many ways volunteers can make an impact at Cleveland Sight Center. To learn more, or request more information, contact Melissa: [email protected] or at 216-658-4581.
  • Adults (18+)
  • One-time , Ongoing
  • Anytime , Weekdays
  • Individuals
  • Virtual , Project-based
LEAP's Quantum LEAP Recreation Program has launched video streaming activities to keep residents with disabilities, who are isolated in their homes, engaged. We welcome volunteers to lead an activity, or a series of activities, such as art, music, dance, cooking, any activity that can be provided online to a group for people with developmental disabilities.
LEAP's high school youth transition program has begun providing remote services to the in-school youth they served in LEAP’s year-round program. The focus is getting the youth ready for independent living and employment upon graduation. Volunteers are needed to provide mock interviews, and present workshops related to getting and keeping a job online.
  • Adults (18+)
  • One-time , Recurring
  • Individuals
  • Virtual , Tutoring , Writing , Proofreading , Skills-based , Project-based , Other
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