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Volunteer opportunities

By Amelia Fisher, Columbian news assistant
Published: December 28, 2019, 6:02am

Volunteer Connections/RSVP promotes volunteer opportunities. To see all the available opportunities, visit hsc-wa.org/volunteer-connections or call 360-735-3683.

Hope Dementia Support Group facilitators are needed to lead a weekly support group providing support, education, and advocacy to individuals caring for people with all types of dementia at a specific location. Volunteers are also needed to provide occasional substitution for vacations, attend bimonthly facilitator meetings, and attend various fundraisers and activities.

Kaiser Permanente Northwest Hospice is in need of clerical volunteers. Tasks may include data entry and helping volunteer coordinators prepare for trainings and special events.

Lifeline Connections seeks volunteers for several assignments. Recovery Resource Center Hosts are needed to greet people as they come into the center, sell books and merchandise to customers, and answer the phone. Licensed barbers and hair stylists are needed to provide haircuts for resident clients. Administrative volunteers will help with filing, copying, and light computer. Help is also needed to perform custodial duties — sweeping, dusting, emptying garbage, vacuuming, and miscellaneous duties.

Meals on Wheels People rely on volunteers each weekday to assist with delivering a hot, nutritious lunch to homebound seniors. Driving, walking and bike routes are available. All volunteers must have a valid driver’s license and pass a background check.

Rocksolid Community Teen Center seeks volunteers from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays to help serve daily snacks, work in the cafe, or just hang out with youths playing games or helping with crafts. We are open to skills and ideas volunteers may have.

Volunteer Chore and Catholic Community Services is in need of drivers to drive low-income elderly or people with a disability to their medical appointments, to the grocery store, or to other essential errands. Drivers must be 21 and older, have a valid Washington driver’s license, current insurance and their own vehicle. Training, support, and mileage reimbursement is available. Driving can be on-call or days and times you choose.

Columbian news assistant