Volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible and can be tailored to meet the needs and talents of our volunteers and girls alike. Current volunteer opportunities include troop leader or co-leader, community center troop volunteers. All volunteers must complete our volunteer application process, including a background check and interview, to become an approved Girl Scout volunteer.
The Humane Society of the Black Hills is looking for help with cat socialization. Cats and kittens at are in need of social interaction and attention. Consider taking the time to socialize, pet, brush, and just play with the cats and kittens in Purassic Park at the Humane Society of the Black Hills.
To learn more about volunteering at the Humane Society, visit http://hsbh.org/support-us/volunteer/
Black Hills Works is seeking volunteers to help in the Suzie Cappa Art Center. The Suzie Cappa Art Center is a division of Black Hills Works that supports artists of all abilities in creating inspiring art. It is a vibrant, non-profit studio established in 2001 in memory of Suzie Cappa who received services from Black Hills Works.
To volunteer contact Joe at 605-343-4550
Meals on Wheels is seeking a receptionist to answer the phones from 8am-10am Monday-Friday. Volunteers will be able to choose days that work best for the and would not need to work all five days a week. Must be 18+ to volunteer.
Visit http://www.mealsprogram.com or call For more information, call (605) 394-6002.
For the week of May 27-31st, the Black Hills area Habitat for Humanity is looking for individuals and groups to help in the Spearfish ReStore to help with moving, cleaning and organizing products. Groups and individuals can either work a half day (3 hours) or a full day ( 6 hours). Must be 18+ to volunteer.
For more information, call 605-717-1882 or visit http://www.blackhillshabitat.org
CASA volunteer advocates are ordinary people who care about children. CASA volunteers come from all backgrounds. Becoming a CASA volunteer advocate requires completion of 30 hours of pre-service training provided by CASA. Topics covered during training include an overview of the juvenile court system in South Dakota, sessions on report writing and information gathering, understanding the effects of child abuse, understanding cultural differences, and the roles of various professionals involved with abuse and neglect cases. All potential volunteers must go through an application/interview process before starting training classes. CASA hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday; and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday. Start the process today! For more information call (605) 394-2203 or visit our website at http://www.casaofrapidcity.org