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Feed My Starving Children hopes to make a major impact on the world when it brings together 5,000 volunteers for a 24-hour event in Phoenix.
The organizers of a cultural festival celebrating Mexican Independence Day are looking for volunteers to help staff the Chandler event. The volunteers will help set up, tear down, staff the ticket booth and help vendors.
The Chandler Police Department is accepting applications for motorist assist volunteers to respond to reports of stranded motorists, crash scenes and other non-criminal calls for service.
If you love art, Phoenix Art Museum has the volunteer opportunity for you. For the museum’s current PAPER! Exhibition, volunteers are needed to interact with visitors, answer questions, provide information and give directions. In the Steele Gallery through Sept. 23, this exhibit explores how artists have long utilized paper in their work as a support for drawings, prints and watercolors; as a subject for a work of art; or as creative material for three-dimensional work, according to the ad on volunteermatch.org.
How would you like to spruce up your community and help a person in need at the same time? The City of Mesa’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors program is seeking groups to help paint homes of residents who, due to limited resources or physical limitations, are struggling to maintain the exterior of their homes.
Believe it or not, fall is coming up soon – and that means it’ll be time for Mesa’s youth sports program to kick into high gear. The city’s Parks, Recreation and Commercial Facilities department is seeking volunteers to help with its Youth Sports Kickoff Celebration from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 7 at Hohokam Fields, 1235 N. Center St.
History and civics lessons come alive for students when they're delivered by a veteran of America's Armed Forces.
Summer is a great time for children to visit the Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa, where they can create dinosaur rubbings, hold a fossil, and enjoy other activities. You can take part in that too by volunteering as an exploration station facilitator.
Are you good in a crisis? Consider volunteering for the Chandler Fire Department’s Crisis Response Unit, a group of trained professionals, college interns, and volunteers who help provide practical support, referral services and emotional assistance to people who experience traumatic events in the community.
You can help strengthen families in your community and prevent child abuse by being a volunteer at Mesa’s Child Crisis Center. Once a week, volunteers come to the center at 604 W. 9th Street to play with children ages birth to 11 and to help staff with other work as needed.