Help improve the quality of care and quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families by carrying our message to elected officials at the federal, state and local levels. Communicate with elected officials via letters, phone calls and other calls-to-action, participate in area events and share your story. More information - click here.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Individuals
  • In-person , Indoor , Writing
Community Educators are volunteers who help the Alzheimer's Association provide consumer education through in-person and virtual platforms to expand the reach of Association programs in the community. Must be 21 year old to apply.
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Evenings , Weekdays , Weekends
  • Individuals
  • Virtual , In-person , Indoor , Skills-based
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Attend local health fairs, social events, sporting events, charity campaigns and other public venues to provide information about Alzheimer’s disease, our programs and services, and ways to help in the fight against Alzheimer’s. This is a great way to learn about Alzheimer's and serve your community. Training and materials provided. Locations and times vary. Some events are held outdoors.
  • Friendly and courteous
  • Dependable and prompt
  • Enjoy meeting new people and link them to services and programs of the Association
  • Approximately 4-5 hrs per health fair
Click here to view Community Representative Position Description
    , Type
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • Anytime
  • Formal
  • In-person
Help a student to understand their homework assignments, develop literacy skills, and more. Volunteers will assist students for a designated amount of time. The volunteer will assist students K- 12 on various subject matters on a drop in basis. For subjects unfamiliar to the volunteer, Library resources like an online tutor on the Library website are available for the student (and volunteer).The Homework Help Center currently operates out of the Northwest Branch Library (2410 Philadelphia Drive 45406) and will expand to West Branch Library (300 Abbey Avenue 45417) and Trotwood Branch Library (855 E. Main St. 45426).When students do not have homework especially in summer, there are STEM activities and Reading for Summer Challenge prizes. Application, training and background check required.
  • 16-18 , Adults (18+) , 55+
  • Ongoing
  • On-site
  • Weekdays
  • In-person , Tutoring , Indoor
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Volunteer OpportunitiesBig Brothers/Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County- Youth are waiting to be matched with a mentor (937-492-7611)Shelby County CASA/GAL is looking for volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children (937-498-7447)Compassionate Care of Shelby County needs trained medical providers willing to volunteer and see patients (937-492-9400)FISH of Shelby County is an all-volunteer thrift store looking for volunteers (937-492-1760)Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley is in need of volunteers to serve seniors (937-498-4593)Job and Family Services of Shelby County are recruiting foster parents (937-497-2843)Alpha Community Center and Holy Angels Soup Kitchen rely on volunteers to cook and prepare lunch meals (937-498-9758) and (937-498-0598)Agape Distribution Inc uses volunteers daily to stock food on the shelves and unload and organize product (937-498-4368)Salvation Army is in need of volunteers for their Emergency Disaster Service(EDS) to help provide hydration services to the 1st responders (Samantha Lochard 937-492-8412, ext.15)Mercy Mission House Emergency Shelter needs many volunteers; dinners, shuttle drivers, on call fill ins, resident mentors, specialty clinics, maintenance & cleanings (Amanda 937-815-1777)POWER-Shelby County United Way needs kindergarten tutors (Please contact Angie Ross, the volunteer coordinator at the Sidney BOE 937-497-2200)
    Volunteering at KIND is a wonderful experience and a way for you to invest your time in helping children of your community learn and grow. Our volunteers have the power to change our kids lives for the better, one day at a time.
    • Children (5-12)
    • Ongoing
    • None
    • Evenings
    • Groups (2-10)
    • Tutoring
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    You can help an adult or a child with basic literacy skills. We have adults who have struggles with reading and writing but haven't given up. We will train you, give you the materials, set you up to tutor in our building, and support you every step of the way. The same is true for those who wish to help a child at our facility. We also provide opportunities to tutor an adult in learning to speak English.

    Volunteering for

    Plaza Theatre
    33 S Main St, Miamisburg, OH 45342

    The Historic Plaza Theatre is always in need of additional volunteers. We have an energetic, fast-paced, and social volunteer opportunity for anyone interested in the film industry or live events. Our show times are typically afternoons and evenings Wednesday through Sunday. We also have some morning and noon opportunities during the week. Volunteering opportunities include concessions helper, box office attendant, and housekeeping services.If you are interested in volunteering please visit our website. No experience needed. Must be at least 18 to sign up or 14-18 with a parent or guardian.
    • 16-18 , Adults (18+) , 55+
    • One-time , Recurring
    • Weekdays , Weekends
    • Skilled
    • Virtual , In-person , Research , Project-based , Other
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    VOLUNTEERS for

    One Bistro
    87 E Main St, Xenia, OH 45385

    At One Bistro we are a community cafe. We offer a full menu for lunch each Wed-Fri from 11-2 and Brunch on Saturdays from 8-2 with suggested menu prices. We operate on a pay what you can system and part of that system is fueled by volunteers. We need volunteers to help in nearly every position in the cafe. We need hosts, bussers, servers, dishwashers and even folks who just clean. Our Volunteers are the heart of what we do. We cannot function without people who give of their time and talents to help further our mission to be a place where our neighbors eat and come together as one community.
    • 12-15 , 16-18 , Adults (18+) , Child with Adult
    • One-time , Ongoing , Recurring
    • Anytime
    • On-site
    • Weekdays , Weekends
    • Individuals , Groups (2-10) , Families , Corporate Teams
    • In-person , Food Distribution
    WALK DAY VOLUNTEERS WANTED!
    Date: Saturday, October 8, 2022
    Time: 8:00-12:00 pm
    There are numerous volunteer opportunitiesfor individuals and groups, and community service hours are available. * Registration * Setup and teardown * Water and cheer stations * Start- and finish-line support
    The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s(r) is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Our success starts with our volunteers - people like you who support the fight against the disease and want to become more involved. As a volunteer, you can help make Walk to End Alzheimer’s a safe, meaningful community event while getting to know others who share your passion for the cause. You’ll network with fellow volunteers and committee members, have fun bringing the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association to life and feel the satisfaction of creating a successful event. Join us!
    Your health and safety are our top priorities. We will continue to closely monitor CDC, state and local guidelines to ensure Walk events adhere to the latest recommendations.
    Prewalk Activities begin at 9, the Walk starts at 10. Register today at alz.org/walkmiamivalley
    • 16-18 , Adults (18+) , 55+
    • One-time
    • On-site
    • Individuals , Groups (2-10) , Groups (10+) , Families , Corporate Teams
    • In-person , Outdoor
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