Seeking volunteer opportunities? These groups need volunteer help for a day, a week or on a regular basis.

Alexandria City public schools, nurses to help at the Student Health and Immunization Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Francis C. Hammond Middle School. 703-321-1990 or 703-642-0434.

Community Partners for Children, sort and distribute back-to-school supplies from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. next Thursday at T.C. Williams High School. 703-836-5883.

Greenbrier Learning Center, assist elementary and middle school students with homework. 703-379-6488 or volunteer@gblc.org.

Inova HealthSource, applications are being accepted to help at flu clinics October through December. Training provided. 703-916-2885.

Senior Services of Alexandria, assist with food delivery for Meals on Wheels program. 703-836-4414, Ext. 4.

Potomac Overlook Regional Park, help with indoor and outdoor projects from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. 703-528-5406.

SPCA of Northern Virginia, foster homes for dogs and cats. 703-799-9390 or www.spcanova.org.

For information on the following volunteer opportunities, call the number listed or the Arlington County Volunteer Office at 703-228-1760, or visit www.volunteersolutions.org.

Arlington County Department of Human Services, hotline and crisis counseling for domestic and sexual abuse victims. Training provided. 703-228-1514.

Rosslyn Jazz Festival, set up and break down equipment from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 4 at Gateway Park. 703-522-6628.

-- Compiled by MIYA WISEMAN

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