Ways to Volunteer
We have a great card file that houses mainly obituaries but also some births, and other miscellaneous articles on Hillsdale families. These volunteers cut articles, pertinent to genealogy research, out of the current Hillsdale Daily News and prepare them for filing. Other volunteers work at home on a backlog of papers from 1965-2001 doing the same type of work.
Mitchell Research Center
22 N Manning St, Hillsdale, MI 49242
Responsibilities include: Assist in teaching STEM-based curriculum, including Lego Robotics, Game Design, Scratch, and Mobile App Design; Build confidence in girls with the using of technology and pursuing careers in traditionally male-dominated fields; Mentor girls in collaborative activities; Help lead instructors with general classroom management; Distribute pre and post surveys.
200 N Foster Ave, Lansing, MI 48912
These volunteers serve in a number of capacities: some choose to help at camp, teach a workshop or lead a club, while others chaperone an event, lend their professional skills or help at the fair. As they provide hands-on guidance and real-world experience, these volunteers also offer young people another crucially important element: a healthy adult role model who helps to grow their confidence and ignite their dreams for the future.
4-H Volunteer for
Michigan 4-H Foundation
Environmental Stewardship: Animals Arts & Culture: Cultural Services Children and Youth Services: Mentoring Education: Community Exploration
446 W Circle Dr #160, East Lansing, MI 48824
Volunteer opportunities include: cleaning youth homes, cooking meals, serving food, building projects, landscaping, moving furniture, organizing and counting donations, drop-in support, data cleaning, running a workshop, serving on a committee, or providing professional expertise.
A.Y.A. Youth Collective
320 State St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
We are looking for volunteers to help with the Academic Hub. Can you give some time to change a life! Help is needed in the following areas: Classroom Coach, Check-In/ Check-Out, Security, Breakfast and Lunch Monitors, and Recess Monitor.
Academic Hub for
New Genesis, Incorporated
Children and Youth Services: After and Before School, Mentoring, Sports Programs Education: Tutoring
1225 W Paterson St, Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Monitor student performance, review content, help problem solve, develop study skills and organizational techniques to help improve academic performance.
Academic Support for
Whaley Children's Center
1201 N Grand Traverse St, Flint, MI 48503
We offer youth academic support in English, Math, Reading, and Science. I-ASSIST YOUTH is an extension of The Lawn Academy to increase the academic competency of youth.
Academic Support for
The Lawn Academy
Children and Youth Services: After and Before School, Mentoring, Youth Volunteerism Education: Financial Literacy
98 Sand Bar Ln, Detroit, MI 48214
Volunteers may help with supporting and instructing youth through play, art and movement based activities and therapy. They may also facilitate groups, serve on panels, and conduct workshops.
Children and Youth Services: After and Before School, Mentoring Education: Literacy, STEM, Tutoring Health and Safety: Mental Health
2727 2nd Ave ste 200 # 11, Detroit, MI 48201
At this time, MEAC is particularly in need of individuals with experience in distance education, Title IV administration and administration/management of educational institutions. Qualified volunteers will be selected from this pool to form the Accreditation Review Committees (ARC) for each school being considered for accreditation or re-accreditation.
Midwifery Education and Accreditation Council
Children and Youth Services, Economic Opportunity: Workforce Development Education, Health and Safety
850 Mt Pleasant Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
As patients and caregivers with a rare disease, we understand the many challenges that you are dealing with. Advocacy involves speaking out on issues that you care about and offering ways to improve upon them. As part of our Action Advocates team, we can guide you on how to advocate for important health issues that affect the amyloidosis community. Whether you are a patient, caregiver, doctor, nurse or friend, your opinion does matter. Advocacy takes place on every level, from local to national. Together we can make our voice heard.
Action Advocates for
7151 N Main St #2, Village of Clarkston, MI 48346
Health/Rehab Centers and/or Woodside Assisted Living: Enrich your life by investing your time in ensuring that our senior residents can participate in the joys of baking, playing games, completing simple art projects, attending musical programs and more.
1400 N Drake Rd, Kalamazoo, MI 49006
Assist in hosting special, sport and social events for individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities, seniors and veterans. Activities include special events, socials, tours, teaching and adapting sports skills for individuals with disabilities.
mParks (Michigan Recreation and Park Association)
1213 Center St Suite B, Lansing, MI 48906
Steepletown hosts two major fundraisers a year for which volunteers are needed to serve on a working committee: Taste the West Side takes place in March and Golfing for Grads takes place in September. These committees convene for six months prior to the event.
Steepletown Neighborhood Services
Children and Youth Services, Economic Opportunity: Workforce Development Education: Tutoring Older Adult Services: Home care
827 Bridge St NW Apt A, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Assist with clerical tasks in our offices. Plan and execute a special event for children in our Foster Care program. Educate others about the work of Family & Children Services at Fairs and Festivals.
Family & Children Services
Children and Youth Services: Foster Care, Mentoring Education, Health and Safety: Mental Health Veterans and Military Families
1608 Lake St, Kalamazoo, MI 49001