VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Prince George's County volunteer opportunities

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Fort Washington Little League seeks energetic volunteer coaches and umpires to work with the baseball and softball programs. The season runs from March to July. Must pass a sexual offenders registry background check. Training is provided. Call 301-567-9799 or e-mail, fwllcommissioner@aol.com.

Greenbelt Arts Center needs a board treasurer and a technical director. Treasurer's duties include preparing periodic reports, proposals for ticket pricing, budgets, prepare tax forms, maintain accounts, planning, fundraising and more. A technical director oversees all technical needs including set construction, lighting and sound and coordinating productions. For information, contact Betsy Marks Delaney at 301-441-8770, info@greenbeltartscenter.org.

ReSET, a non-profit organization, seeks working and retired scientists, engineers and technicians to lead county elementary school students in hands-on science and math experiments in order to spark enthusiasm for science. No teaching or educational background required. Training provided, expenses covered. Contact John Meagher at 703-250-0236 or johnmeagher@cox.net, www.resetonline.org.

Laurel Regional Hospital seeks dependable and friendly volunteers to assist at the main information desk and in the gift shop on evenings and weekends. Commitment: 3-hour shifts from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Training provided. Call 240-456-4764 or apply online at www.dimensionshealth.org.

Hospice of the Chesapeake hosts a volunteer information day from 10 a.m. to noon March 19. Opportunities include patient care, bereavement support, general office duties and community outreach. Refreshments served. Contact Julie Medlin at 301-499-4500, jmedlin@hospicechesapeake.org.

The Accokeek Foundation seeks volunteers for its museum garden program. Commitment: 16 to 20 hours per week Mondays to Fridays between April and November. 301-283-2113, volunteers@accokeek.org.

The Partnership for Animal Welfare needs volunteers to foster dogs and cats, provide transportation to vet appointments and handle animals at adoption shows. www.paw-rescue.orgwww.paw-rescue.org , 301-572-4729.

- Compiled by Jillian S. Sowah


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