Flutter Productions Volunteer

Volunteers are needed in the Black Hills Works Flutter Productions Department. Flutter Productions is an all-abilities theater program that serves adults and children with or without disabilities in theater. Black Hills Work’s Flutter Productions is part of the Black Hills Works family, a community of people with disabilities where everyone participates to achieve a life of purpose and potential.

Call Black Hills Works’ Volunteer Manager and Outreach Coordinator at 605-718-8328 for additional information.


Children’s Home Society Receptionist


Volunteer in the Children’s Home Child Advocacy Center (CHCAC)/Community Based Services office at 1330 Jolly Lane in east Rapid City. This volunteer will generally have availability on Fridays from 10am- 5pm and occasional other shifts during regular business hours (between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.)


Volunteers for this position will need to have experience in an office setting or with reception duties, good organizational skills, compassionate, friendly personality, the ability to maintain strict confidentiality, knowledge of a business phone system, and work with minimal supervision.  Volunteer must be an adult of good character and pass background screening.

Purpose/Responsibilities/Time Commitment

This volunteer will primarily assist staff with reception and administrative tasks including answering phones, assisting with welcoming/hosting clients, non-offending family members, law enforcement as well as other visitors in the reception area and family waiting room, filing, copying, compiling packets, mailings, spreadsheets, fundraising preparation and various other office projects. This volunteer may also help make follow up phone calls and reminders when necessary.

Ideally, this volunteer will be available from 10am- 5pm on Fridays and occasional other hours when needed. When possible this volunteer will plan in advance for absences during regularly scheduled volunteer hours.


To volunteer, or for more information, call 605-343-2811 Ext 19

Soup for a Cause Volunteers

The Volunteers of America, Northern Rockies is seeking volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to serve soup, supervise the activities and games for children’s area, take tickets, help in the kitchen, and tear down crew.  Children’s area volunteers are needed from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and ticket takers from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tear down is from 7:00pm-8:30.  Soup servers are needed from 5 p.m. to – 7 p.m., Kitchen help: 4:30 p.m. to 7:00. To volunteer, or for more information, call (605) 341-8336 or email srosdahl@voanr.org.


Senior Companion Volunteers Needed

Senior Companions of South Dakota is a volunteer program that provides in-home assistance and respite care to the elderly and disabled in more than 50 communities across South Dakota. The program has been called one of South Dakota’s most positive senior programs. It allows low- income, healthy volunteers an opportunity to provide companionship and in-home assistance to those who need help to live independently.
Senior Companion activities might include:
♦ companionship through visits
♦ transportation
♦ meal planning and preparation
♦ light housekeeping
♦ playing cards
♦ reminiscing or just enjoying the friendship of a peer.
Senior Companion volunteers receive an hourly stipend, mileage reimbursement, meal allowances and other benefits. These benefits do not reduce any governmental assistance and are not taxable. The Senior Companion is valuable in the care and support of our clients, especially in our rural communities. There is no charge for our services to the client or a client’s family. Clients report that Senior Companions help prevent or delay long-term care placement, increase the client’s ability to live alone, reduce loneliness and isolation, and reduce stress levels.
Call Carol at (605) 721-8884, or email bhsrcompanion@rushmore.com for more information.



Mother/Father Mentor Program Volunteers

The Big Brother Big Sisters of the Black Hills is seeking volunteers for the Mother/Father Mentor Program.  This program is designed to match experienced mothers/fathers with new or expectant mothers/fathers. The goal of the program is to provide friendship and emotional support as well as relevant educational and parenting information. Volunteers will undergo a background check and orientation.
To volunteer,  call (605) 343-1488.

Valley View Elementary Carnival Volunteers

Valley View Elementary School in Rapid City is holding a Halloween Carnival on Friday, 26 October  from 1730-2000.    Volunteers are needed to help man games and activities for this event.

Volunteers will be provided with a meal (pizza/soda/water).  Every volunteer will be recognized for their efforts with a certificate.

To volunteer, please contact Roxanne Evans at roxanne.l.evans@k12.sd.us


21st Annual Festival of Lights Parade Volunteers Needed

More than 80 volunteers are needed to help secure the Rapid City 21st Annual Festival of Lights Parade staging area and assist with crowd control.

This year’s parade will be Saturday, November 24th.  Volunteers are being asked to attend a briefing at 2:00 pm, and then will be sent directly to their assigned area around the parade route.  The parade typically concludes by 8:30pm.

Anyone who is interested in volunteering for the parade may email Connie Olson, colson@youthandfamily services.org, or call 605-381-4204.

Junior Achievement Classroom Volunteer

As a classroom volunteer with Junior Achievement of South Dakota, you would teach students Kindergarten through 12th grade through pre-developed curriculum about business and economics. All volunteers must attend a 2 hour long training session.

This is your opportunity to share your life experiences with students and help provide a positive impact in their lives.
To volunteer,  call (605) 336-7318.

American Red Cross Seeks Disaster Recovery Assistants

Disaster Recovery Assistant – Black Hills

Program/Agency: American Red Cross Date: Flexible Time: Flexible

Duties include placing phone calls to families who have recently experienced a disaster or home fire to assist them with the long-term recovery process.
Using the Red Cross assistance guidelines, you can help a family connect
with community resources that will get them back on their feet.
Hours are flexible; can work from home. Training provided free of
charge and background check required. To volunteer, call (605) 336-2448 x2323.