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Learn to be the Voice of a Child
Tippecanoe County CASA is currently recruiting community volunteers who have a heart to help children in our county. An upcoming training series will prepare individuals to advocate for child victims that have been thrust into the court system
through no fault of their own, because they are victims of abuse or neglect. Once accepted, participants must complete a 35 hour training and then commit to at least 15 months of volunteering. To learn more or sign up to be a CASA volunteer, click on volunteer opportunity
or contact Colleen
Clothing Room Assistant
Matrix Pregnancy Resource Center have an off-site gently used clothing and equipment distribution center. Anyone is able to visit our clothing room (every 3 months)- it is a free service to the community. We have a need for volunteers to run the clothing room (3 hour shifts)-helping clients as they pick out clothes and items for their children and sorting clothing donations. If interested, click on volunteer opportunity
or contact Lauren
Bring comfort to the end
St. Elizabeth Hospice is always looking for compassionate people to join others who are just as passionate about providing much needed support to those approaching the end of life. They are in need of volunteers who are involved in direct care of the patients as well as those who help in the office. If interested click on the volunteer opportunity or contact Elizabeth at 423-6924.
Learn to Help Someone with Special Needs
Therapeion is looking for individuals 18 or older to volunteer during therapeutic riding classes. You will be working with our horses and/or special riders. Additional volunteer opportunities are available. No experience is required and they provide training. If interested in learning more on how you can get involved, click on volunteer opportunity or contact Libby at 414-8066.
"I could tell by the students enthusiasm of getting the opportunity to work with me that a difference was being made, I don't really "know" what benefit I provided but I do know I watched all the children excel and advance so much throughout the year. I am truly amazed at the level of competency they showed by the end of the year in reading, writing, thought development and reasoning."
"Many children were reading above grade level thanks to all the extra reading time they received!"
Be part of the Change and become a Read to Succeed Volunteer for the 2013 - 14 School Year!
Add your name to the Read To Succeed volunteer contact list by emailing Emily
or call United Way of Greater Lafayette at 742-9077 x 244
Learn more about other volunteer opportunities
Visit the United Way Volunteer Center website