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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 county science teachers during the 2013-14 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 and clean up the gardens. Zach, 703-257-6252.

Catholic Charities Hogar Immigrant Services needs ESOL and citizenship teachers. 703-534-9805.

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

Fancy Cats Rescue Team needs help at adoption fairs.

Friends of Feral Cats of PWC needs volunteers and donations of cat food. Stephanie, 703-369-0888.

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

House of Mercy needs Korean translators.

Keep Prince William Beautiful needs volunteers to assist with environmental education programs and events. Anna, 571-285-3772,

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

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

Mutt Love Rescue needs foster homes for rescued dogs. 703-577-0106,

Prince William Area Free Clinic needs medically trained volunteers for clinics Thursday nights. Scott,

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

Prince William County Historic Preservation needs help with educational programs, giving tours, participating in special programs and gardening. Rebecca, 703-499-9812.

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

Virginia Cooperative Extension Parenting Program needs volunteers to lead classes for parents. Linda Whitehead, 703-792-4678, .

— Compiled by Sarah Lane



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