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Volunteer opportunities

5:10 PM, Mar. 16, 2013  |  Comments
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? Green Bay Habitat for Humanity is seeking volunteers to help build hope in the community. People with basic construction knowledge are needed, with additional training provided. Also needed are Site Support Hosts/Hostesses to greet and register volunteers, preparing paperwork, organizing and cleaning the site, and assisting with meals and beverages. Contact Eileen Wesener at (920) 593-3921 or volunteer@greenbayhabitat.org.

? Parent PALS are matched with parents who are receiving services from the Child Protective Services Unit. They provide long-term guidance to families that want to develop better parenting skills, create a more nurturing and safe environment within the home, connect to community resources, etc. Help a child by helping their parent. Volunteer mileage reimbursement and monthly volunteer support meetings are provided. Contact Glen Tilot at (920) 448-6023 or tilot_gg@co.brown.wi.us.

? The Einstein Project's Science Resource Center needs volunteers (age 14 or older) to repair, count and measure various items and to unpack, clean and organize science materials. Some lifting required. Contact Chris or Cathy at (920) 884-8800 or chris@einsteinproject.org.

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