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Prince William County volunteer opportunities

ACTS Food Pantry needs donations of pantry supplies and help picking up donations. Taylor, 703-221-3186, Ext. 240.

America World Adoption needs temporary foster homes for newborns. Teresa McDonough, 703-891-8922,

The American Association for the Advancement of Science needs scientists, engineers and physicians to help Prince William County science teachers during the 2013-14 school year. Don Rea, 703-237-7683,

American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery needs drivers to take patients to appointments. JoAnn, 703-938-5550.

Beacon for Adult Literacy trains people to help adults with literacy skills and speaking English. 703-368-7491,

Birmingham Green needs people to visit with seniors. Zach, 703-257-6252.

Clean Community Council needs volunteers. Kayne, 571-285-3772.

ESL and Immigrant Ministries trains volunteers to teach English to adults. 703-841-0292,,

Fancy Cats Rescue Team needs help at adoption fairs.

Habitat for Humanity needs help with projects, ReStore and the office. 703-369-6708,

Literacy Volunteers of America needs tutors to help adults. 703-670-5702,

Meals on Wheels needs drivers to deliver meals. Melodee, 703-792-4583.

Mutt Love Rescue needs foster homes for rescued dogs.

Potomac Pullers need help with invasive plant control and monitoring at Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Chelsea DiAntonio, 703-490-4979, Ext. 14,

Prince William Area Free Clinic needs medically trained volunteers for its Thursday night general medical and dental clinics. Scott,

Prince William Conservation Alliance needs help with its conservation landscape project. 703-499-4954,

Prince William Healthcare Auxiliary needs help in the gift shop three hours a week. 703-369-8173.

Prince William SPCA needs help. 703-772-2799,

Project Mend-a-House needs help with home-safety repairs. 703-792-7663,

ReSET needs adults to lead elementary school and pre-kindergarten students in hands-on science and math experiments. John Meagher, 703-250-0236,

SERVE’s food distribution center needs donations of basic pantry supplies, and volunteer drivers Monday-Saturday mornings. Jan Hawkins, 703-367-6742,

Virginia Cooperative Extension Parenting Program needs help leading parenting classes. Training provided. Linda Whitehead, 703-792-4678,

— Compiled by Sarah Lane



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