Individual Volunteer Opportunities

Louisville Opportunities

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    Study Buddy

    The Study Buddy program provides personal tutoring for children living at our Family Emergency Shelter in Louisville. This assistance helps kids stay on track at school and reinforces good study habits when they exit to their own housing. Commitment Level: Two hours per week

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    Life Skills Educator

    Whether you enjoy working with kids or adults, this opportunity is great if you enjoy sharing your skills and knowledge. Ranging from cooking to budgeting to fitness and beyond, your expertise will most certainly benefit our clients. Commitment Level: One time commitment

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    Serve a Meal

    If you like to cook and serve, then this is a great opportunity for you. Spend some time at one of our facilities to help serve a meal to the clients. Commitment Level: As desired

Other Locations

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    Helping Hands

    (Louisville, Nashville, Memphis and New Albany) If you can build, fix, repair, and restore, this is a perfect opportunity for you. Your hands-on help provides the support our maintenance staff needs in the upkeep of our facilities. Commitment Level: One time Project

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    Clerical Assistance

    (Louisville, Nashville, Memphis and New Albany) Do have a passion for organization and helping complete tasks? If this sparks your interest, then perhaps clerical assistance is a great spot for you to utilize your talents. Commitment level: 3-4 hours once a week

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    Student Interns

    (Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, Memphis, New Albany) If you are a student studying social work or are just interested in helping others, Volunteers of America offers a robust program that will prepare and expose you to the day-to-day operations of a large human service organization. Commitment Level: Varies