The Potomac River Watershed Cleanup, coordinated by the Alice Ferguson Foundation, needs volunteers Saturday., 202-973-8203.

The Fairfax County Park Authority needs volunteers to help clear waterways of litter and illegally dumped items as a part of the Potomac Watershed Cleanup on Saturday. Hidden Oaks Nature Center, 703-941-1065; Hidden Pond Nature Center, 703-451-9588; Huntley Meadows Park, 703-768-2525; Riverbend Park, 703-759-9018; Lake Accotink Park, 703-569-3464.

Cub Run RECenter needs volunteers 5 or older to help with landscaping and picking up trash around the park from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday. Bring water bottles, sunscreen, hats, garden gloves and bug repellent. Registration required. 703-817-9423,,

The Falls Church Spring Community Clean-up needs volunteers, 10 a.m.-noon April 13. Registered volunteers meet at the Falls Church Community Center, 223 Little Falls St., to get the litter kit and instructions. Groups are welcome and can request a particular park or area of town. Registration required. 703-248-5456,

Bikes for the World collection. The West Springfield Rotary Club and Irving Middle School will host the collection. Donate used or outgrown bikes to provide transportation to school or work for a new owner overseas. Take bikes to Irving Middle School, 8100 Old Keene Mill Rd., Springfield, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 13. A $10 donation per bike is requested to cover shipping. 703-200-4426,

The 4Paws Rescue Team needs adult volunteers to care for cats at the Alexandria Petco. Volunteers scoop litter, provide fresh food and water and play with the cats in a quiet room. A six month commitment is required. Morning and evening shifts are available. 703-715-6369,,

The Homeless Animals Rescue Team needs volunteers, 18 and older, to hold dogs at adoption events on Saturdays. Foster homes are also needed for dogs and cats. 703-691-4278,

The Susan G. Koman Global Race for the Cure needs volunteers to help with the annual 5K walk/run on May 11, on the Washington Monument grounds. Volunteers are needed for all jobs and shifts on race day and during race week.,

The Fairfax County Police Department needs vehicles in working condition to help train and prepare officers for police work, including with precision pursuit driving techniques. Tom Beckman, 703-818-1924.

The Fairfax County Park Authority needs volunteers to assist at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship at Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, July 15-30. Volunteers are needed to be walking scorers, forecaddies and standard bearers. 703-493-8849,

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary needs volunteer boat crew members on their patrol boats to assist boaters on the Potomac River. Training and equipment are provided. 703-780-3765,

Fairfax County Volunteer Solutions has many volunteer opportunities. Meals on Wheels volunteers are needed throughout the county. The Herndon Senior Center needs a Mandarin Chinese- and a Farsi-speaking volunteer to help participants complete surveys. 703-324-5406.,

Fairfax County needs respite care volunteers throughout the county to visit and oversee the safety of frail older adults, for a few hours each month. 703-324-7577,

The Humane Society of Fairfax County needs volunteers to help staff its thrift store, 4055 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax. Hours are flexible. 703-385-7387,

Inova Fairfax Medical Campus needs adult volunteers to work in a variety of service areas. 703-776-3104,

— Compiled by Jean Mack


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