Summer is here and that means LOTS of ways for you to get involved by volunteering. Take a look and see where you can help!
The ReStore at Habitat for Humanity is looking for a few strong volunteers to help pick up furniture donations on Wednesdays or Saturdays. They provide the truck and donors, you provide the time and muscle. Contact Leslie at (920) 743-2869 ext. 103 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that the kids are out of school, Neighbor-to-Neighbor Volunteer Caregivers has the perfect way for them to volunteer! Help N2N bag groceries at Econo Foods on Saturday, June 23rd. Shifts are available between 9 am and 3 pm. It’s a great opportunity for families to volunteer together. Contact Ann at 743-7800 or email@example.com.
Maybe you’re not a runner or a swimmer or even a biker, but you still can be part of the 2012 Triathlon on July 21st & 22nd. Monitor an intersection to help direct traffic and ensure that participants and vehicles go the correct way. Benefits for participation include a FREE lunch at Murphy Park following the race, a FREE T-shirt, AND the chance to be part of a huge community event in Door County. Register at doorcountytriathlon.com or contact Madelyn DePrey at the YMCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920)743-4949.
The Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour is coming to Door County once again. This 150 mile bike race benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Volunteers are needed for registration, set up, first aid, bike support and that’s just the start! Volunteers can assist anytime between Friday, July 20th and Monday July 23rd. Contact Katlin Leeper at (262) 785-4241 or email@example.com.
For a complete list of these opportunities along with many more, visit DoorCountyDailyNews.com or the Volunteer Center website at www.VolunteerDoorCounty.com. If your non-profit agency has volunteer opportunities that you’d like to see listed, please contact the Volunteer Center at 920-746-7704.
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