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Greater Cleveland Volunteers recruits volunteers age 18+ to serve at over 100 local nonprofit organizations. We assist people in finding the right opportunity to serve based on their interests, skills, and availability.

 

Attend an upcoming Volunteer Orientation! Click here to find out more.

 

 

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Annual CollectionCan you help out at an annual blood drive?

The American Red Cross hosts the area's largest blood drive on Tuesday, February 10 at the Landerhaven Event Center in Mayfield Heights.

Volunteers are needed as: greeters, refreshment servers, donor escorts, assist with gift bag distribution and/or registration.

Shifts available: 6:30-11:30 a.m.; 11a.m.-4 p.m. OR 3:30-7 p.m.

Contact: Jan at 216-391-9500 x 124 or jvectirelis@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

Tutors Needed

Tutors Aged 50+ Needed

We are expanding the AARP Experience Corps program and are in need of tutors aged 50+ for the K-3 students at Marion-Sterling School (in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood). You would work with a child, one-to-one, from January through May. Weekly commitment is a minimum of 5 hours per week (2 days per week). Volunteers who serve 10-15 hours per week, may be eligible for a small tax free stipend. Call Ross at 216-391-9500 x 119.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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Greater Cleveland Volunteers offers many ways to serve our community.

One Time / Short Term Events

  • Help with one-time events or short-term projects through our Team program

Regular Assignments

  • Volunteer through regular assignments. Check out our volunteer opportunities below!

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We Also Manage a Few Volunteer Programs Directly:

My Mentor My Friend

  • Serve as a mentor in our My Mentor My Friend program in the Cleveland Schools.

RSVP Program

  • Adults age 55 and older can be part of our RSVP program to share their life skills and experiences to help with critical needs in our community, through an ongoing assignment at one of over 50 non profit organizations.

AARP Experience Corps

  • Older adults interested in helping Cleveland school children in grades K-3 improve their reading skills can be part of our AARP Experience Corps tutoring program.

 

For new volunteers! »

We welcome new volunteers to attend an orientation. Come learn about one time and ongoing volunteer opportunities. Below are upcoming orientation dates:

Orientations

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  1. New Volunteer Orientation

    Date: Wed Feb 11, 2015 1:30pm to 3pm  EST

    Location: 4415 Euclid Avenue; Suite 200; Cleveland, OH 44103; United States

    Description:
    Come to learn about ongoing and one-time only volunteer opportunities available to individuals aged 18 and over. To RSVP, call 216-391-9500 X129 or email contact@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

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  2. New Volunteer Orientation

    Date: Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:30am to 12pm  EST

    Location: 4415 Euclid Avenue; Suite 200; Cleveland, OH 44103; United States

    Description:
    Come to learn about ongoing and one-time only volunteer opportunities available to individuals aged 18 and over. To RSVP, call 216-391-9500 X129 or email contact@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

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  3. New Volunteer Orientation

    Date: Wed Feb 25, 2015 5:30pm to Wed Feb 25, 2015 7pm  EST


    Location: Warrenville Heights Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library; 4415 Northfield Rd, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128; United States

    Description:
    Come to learn about ongoing and one-time only volunteer opportunities available to individuals aged 18 and over. To RSVP, call 216-391-9500 X129 or email contact@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org

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