Prince William County volunteer opportunities
ACTS/Turning Points needs volunteers to work in a group setting at a safe house and in the community. Training provided. Call Megan at 703-221-4460, Ext. 225.
Alzheimer's Association's Prince William County Memory Walk needs volunteers to pass out posters and fliers to local retailers. Call Lisa at 703-766-9014.
American Cancer Society's Road to Recovery Program needs drivers to take patients to treatment appointments. Volunteers also needed for Gainesville's spring Relay for Life. Call Jo-Ann at 703-938-5550.
American Red Cross needs help in its Quantico office; instructors for First Aid, CPR and Professional Rescue classes; disaster services volunteers; and young adults ages 13 to 18 for a Youth Team. Call Brian at 703-368-4511, Ext. 418.
Beacon for Adult Literacy needs adult tutors to help other adults improve their English speaking and literacy skills. Training provided. Call 703-368-7491 or go to www.beaconliteracy.org.
Boys & Girls Club of Manassas seeks tutors, coaches and mentors. Call Mike Tiller at 703-365-2582.
Chapman's Mill needs tour guides, researchers, historians and ambassadors at events. Call 540-253-5888 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clean Community Council needs volunteers to join their speaker's bureau to talk to children, civic groups and HOAs. Call Kayne at 571-285-3772.
Families Anonymous needs an adult Spanish-speaker to help with a 12-step program for individuals and families with alcohol and drug abuse problems. Call Pat at 703-928-9385.
Fancy Cats Rescue Team needs help during adoption fairs at the Gainesville PetSmart. Volunteers set up the fair, take care of cats and talk to potential adopters. Go to www.fancycats.org/vol for a volunteer application.
Father Ramon's After-School Program needs volunteers to help kids with homework and participate in activities. E-mail email@example.com.
The Freedom Museum needs people to staff the museum from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays and holidays. Call Bob at 703-393-0660.