The following organizations need volunteer help for a day, a week or on a regular basis.

Tony and Nik Foundation: Publicist, fundraisers and accountant, preferably with nonprofit experience, for organization funding Loudoun County performing arts students. 703-723-1012.

Loudoun County Crime Solvers: Seeks members to raise funds and approve rewards to anonymous tipsters. 703-771-5278.

Salvation Army of Loudoun County: Help with Christmas programs such as the Angel Tree at Dulles Towne Center; also needs volunteer coordinator and bell ringers for the kettle drive. 703-771-3371.

Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging: Help senior citizens, disabled people and others prepare their taxes, answer the Leesburg tax assistance appointment line and assist with administrative duties. Training in December and January. 703-737-8037.

Aspect Foundation: Host high school exchange students from South America and Asia by providing room, board and friendship. 703-433-0362.

CrisisLink: Staff local and national suicide and crisis hotline. Must be 18 or older and commit to three hours a week; required 45-hour training begins this month. 703-527-6016.

Loudoun Literacy Council: Tutors to help teach basic literacy and English as a second language. Next training session Sept 25. 703-777-2205.

Loudoun Museum: Costumed guides to lead visitors through "haunted" Leesburg sites Oct. 29-30, 6-10 p.m. Also, ticket and concession sellers and gift shop help needed. 703-777-7427.

Loudoun County Volunteer Services: Help collect food and cleaning products for needy families on Make a Difference Day Oct 23. 703-777-0113.

Also, nominate students or groups, pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, as Student Volunteer of the Month. Send one-page narrative describing efforts, plus student and nominee contact information, to pivs@oudoun.gov. 703-777-0113.

Loudoun County: Serve on the following county advisory boards, commissions and committees. 703-771-5034.

Affordable Dwelling Unit Advisory Board: Single-family home builder representative

Animal Advisory Committee: Potomac District representative

Building Code and Appeals Board: Building industry representative

Commission on Aging: Sterling District representative

Commission on Women: Potomac and Sterling District representatives

Community Criminal Justice Board: Broad Run and Sugarland Run District representatives

Community Services Board: Three at-large representatives

Commuter Bus Advisory Board: Broad Run, Sugarland Run, Potomac, Sterling Districts and chairman's representative

Disability Services Board: Four at-large business representatives or representatives who have a disability or a family member with a disability

Equal Employment Opportunity Plan Committee: At-large representatives

Open Space Advisory Committee: Broad Run and Sugarland Run District representatives

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board: Sugarland Run District representative

Road Viewers Board: At-large representatives

Woods Road Special Exception Oversight Committee: At-large representatives

-- Compiled by LILA ARZUA

To Submit an Item

E-mail: lextraa@washpost.com

Fax: 703-777-8437

Mail: Nonprofit groups that need volunteers should send notices to Volunteers, The Washington Post, Suite 100-A, 305 Harrison St. SE, Leesburg, Va. 20175

Details: The list is published on a space-available basis on the first Sunday of each month.