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Delaware Volunteer Credit

Elevate Your Volunteer Leadership

The Delaware State Office of Volunteerism and the Delaware Association of Volunteer Administrators are once again presenting the annual Volunteer Delaware Conference.
Monday, April 30, 2018 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Held annually, the 2018 day-long conference is being conducted at Dover Downs Hotel in Dover.

Keynote Address

Conference keynote, Patti Grimes, is the Executive Director of both The Freeman Stage, and the Carl M. Freeman Foundation, located in Selbyville, DE. She leads The Freeman Stage team to provide high quality arts experiences for all at The Freeman Stage at Bayside and in Sussex County schools, which has hosted over 386,000 patrons during her tenure. Patti also leads grant management and capacity building programs for the Carl M. Freeman Foundation to support and promote innovative community-based leadership and giving. Patti is active in the community volunteering for Adopt-a-Family and Adopt-A-School programs as well as other service organizations.

Closing Plenary

"That One Thing; Gaining Return out of Your Learning and Connection Investment" will be offered by Barry Altland. Barry is a writer, speaker, non-profit executive, thought leader and published author of the book, "Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer.

For Information on Workshops click HERE

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Claymont Community Day

The Claymont Boys & Girls Club is hosting a Community Day! Volunteers are needed to help set up, run craft stations, run food stations, and clean up.

Claymont, DE

5/5/18 10:00 AM

Put coats on kids who need them most!

Operation Warm is More Than A Coat, and you are More Than A Volunteer! Our mission is to provide hope, happiness, and warmth through the gift of brand new winter coats. We are not a coat drive; rather we work directly with manufacturers to create our own line of carefully crafted, kid friendly coats. By creating our own coats we control the quality and cost, and ensure our brand new winter coats become a daily pride and joy for children in need. Many of the children we serve rarely feel the emotion associated with receiving something brand new that no one has previously owned before. Inside each coat is a permanent label that says, “Made Just for You!” Help us staff our high energy, high impact coat giving events at elementary schools in your area. Work with other volunteers to give the gifts of warmth, confidence, and hope as students try on and select a colorful, kid-friendly coat to call their own. We serve approximately 500 children living in need at each one of our coat giving events. Volunteer recruitment begins in April to plan for the 2018-2019 season. To learn more please visit our website at: https://www.operationwarm.org/get-involved/volunteer-opportunities/

Wilmington, DE

6/1/18 8:00 AM +more

Flea Market Volunteer

Each Spring the Newark Senior Center hosts a flea market. During the week of the sale various volunteers are needed to help with different tasks such as set up, food service, booth assistance and clean up. Tasks by date of volunteer occurence: Wednesday, April 25 - Help with Sale Item Set Up Thursday, April 26 - Booth Assistance Friday, April 27 - Booth Assistance Saturday, April 28 - Booth Assistance in AM and Clean Up in PM

Newark, DE

4/25/18 9:00 AM

Meeting of Minds Volunteers

Meeting of Minds is a guided group experience for adults in the early stages of dementia, Alzheimer’s or other cognitive impairments. Through diverse social, mental, creative & physical activities participants will gain improved self-esteem, socialization, and a sense of belonging. Activities include:Physical & Mental Exercise, Arts & Crafts, Group Discussions & Reminiscing,Games & Music. Volunteer responsiblitiy include:Assisting participants with activities, facilitating small group activities, helping to create a relaxing environment where participants feel at ease, accompanying participants to & from the NSC buses & assisting with lunch activities. Volunteer Requirements:Volunteers will be needed 9:45am-2:15pm, Monday-Friday. Volunteers should commit to at least 4 hours/week. All volunteers need a background check.Separate on site training days will be required before you start volunteering For additional information contact Kat Foizen 302-737-2336 ex. 124 kfoizen@newarkseniorcenter.com

Newark, DE

4/20/18 9:30 AM +more

Youth Program Volunteer- Grades K-5

Title: Youth Program Voluneer Assist the Program Administrtor to create, implement and manage afterschool arts, recreation and curriculum-based clubs at Reeds Refuge Center serving grades K-5. . Desired Results: Positive development in student attendance and participation. Improved behavior in terms of academic performance. Positive change in students’ motivation to learn. Positive change in students’ attentiveness in class. Expectations: Plan and lead daily educational activities for groups of up to 12 students. Prepare lessons that focus on educational and prevention components designated by Site Coordinator, teachers and curriculum maps. Integrate life skills concepts into daily schedule of clubs and activities. Communicate with parents. Ensure student safety and accountability. Communicate with Site Coordinator on students’ behavior, improvements and difficulties. Measurements: End of year teacher survey. Pre & post student survey for each trimester Mid-year review Qualifications: Experience in elementary school curriculum and the ability to create lesson plans, preferred. Must have some experience working with students in an educational setting with children ages 5-12. Experience working with at-risk children in a school setting, preferable. Skills in communicating with a diverse population, listening, organization and problem solving. A desire to contribute to the success of the elementary school students and RRC youth in the Wilmington area Must pass a criminal background check. Reeds Refuge after school programming hours of operations are Monday thru Friday 3:30-6:00PM and our summer camp program hours are from 7am-6PM

Wilmington, DE

Through 1/1/19


Skilled and Unskilled Labor. Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, Refrigeration, Roofing, Handyman. We are always in need of general maintenance around our property. Please call 302-588-2159 or email volunteer@deeprootsinc.org if you are interested.

Earleville, MD

Through 12/31/18


Deep Roots needs help getting our residents to work, extracurricular & educational activities, meetings, and more. Transportation is vital in helping our residents stand back up on their own feet. We provide a van or you may use your own vehicle. We have opportunities for drivers in Cecil County and Delaware and are flexible with your schedule. Further details here.

Earleville, MD

Through 12/31/18

Office Assistant

We are always are in need of friendly, outgoing volunteers to answer telephone calls, respond to questions, make referrals and take messages. We are flexible with your schedule, just let us know when you’re available. Further details here.

Earleville, MD

Through 12/31/18


Are you a keen chef? Do you know how to manage a busy and large kitchen? We need help with both food preparation and overall kitchen management, particularly during the busy summer seasons when we have workgroups with us. Help Deep Roots impart lifelong skills for healthy eating and cooking to our residents. Further details here.

Earleville, MD

Through 12/31/18

Tutor or Mentor

Becoming a Tutor or Mentor to our resident children means more than just helping them with their homework. This creates the opportunity to form bonds and widen their support system. For Tutoring sessions, we will provide content but feel free to put your own spin on it! Further details here.

Earleville, MD

Through 12/31/18

Share Your Expertise

Do you know how to teach parenting skills? Are you a personal trainer? Or a yoga instructor? Are you adept at leading workshops on health issues? Do you have a special skill or training that may benefit the needs of our children, youth and families? Let us know! Further details here. We are always in need of miscellaneous help around Clairvaux Farm. If you are interested in sorting donations, gardening, childcare, maintenance, or have any other skills you are interested in sharing please let us know!

Earleville, MD

Through 12/31/18


Tennis Rocks is looking for volunteer tutors to assist our family focus tutoring program Monday through Thursdays from 4pm-7:30pm.

Wilmington, DE

6/18/18 4:00 PM +more