To volunteer, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us your contact info; individual or group; days and times you can volunteer; number, gender and ages of people in your group; and any limitations that would prevent lifting up to 40 pounds.
The hospital has volunteer opportunities throughout the hospital, seven days a week and need people who can work early mornings, days, and evenings as well.
For more information call (805) 370-4685.
Or teens can also help out through their Conejo Teen Volunteer Program. The Conejo Teen Volunteer Program (Or CTVP) is a volunteer placement service for teens in the Conejo Valley. CTVP showcases a wide-variety of non-profit organizations who rely on volunteers. CTVP helps place teens into volunteer opportunities at these non-profits which will enable the teens to gain life experiences and new skills and provide them with an outlet to help others.
Family Housing provides affordable, income-based rental housing to low-income families. At these sites we offer Children’s Programs to support the resident children and their families in safe, supportive programs on-site at each individual property. Food bags are also offered monthly at each property through their local food pantry, FoodShare.
Many Mansions puts their volunteers in touch with the people who need them most. Many Mansions has volunteers of all ages from high school and college students, to young adults and senior citizens. They have a variety of needs filled from Children Services to Adult Services, to Administrative and Service Projects.
If you would like more information about volunteering with Many Mansions, please contact Barbara D’anjou at 805-601-5110 or email at email@example.com.
A little bit of information about Paw Works: Christina Morgan and Chad Atkins founded Paw Works in January of 2014 with a clear mission: to help make Ventura County “No Kill.” By forming a rescue organization designed to place unwanted animals from county and city shelters in permanent homes, they hoped to help ease the tragic burden that is created when owners abandon their pets, and fail to spay or neuter their pets.
Ventura County achieved “No Kill” status less than a month after Paw Works was formed. Today, Paw Works takes in abandoned animals from multiple counties in Southern California, as well as from other rescue organizations throughout the state.
As Paw Works expands, so do its efforts to place more pets in permanent homes and to address the underlying causes of animal overpopulation and abandonment.
The program beings with the pairing of local teenagers with children for weekly "Friends at Home" visits, but hardly ends there. With a full range of activities and events, the Friendship Circle creates its own special environment of friendship and love.
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