Meal Prep Volunteer- Fork Real Community Café

Fork Real Café is seeking volunteers to assist with preparing meals by chopping, cooking and assembling on Fridays and Saturdays.
Fork Real Café is a place where anyone can come to enjoy a home cooked meal in a dignified setting, regardless of their ability to pay. The goal of Fork Real Café is to bring real conversation back to the table. Fork Real will train volunteers who will work side by side with those who wish to gain additional skills.
For more information call (605) 299-1348. http://www.forkrealcafe.org

Route Driver Assistant- Feeding South Dakota

Each day, Feeding South Dakota goes to grocery stores throughout Rapid City picking up donated food as part of our Retail Pickup Program. Volunteers are needed to assist with the collection of these donations on Wednesday mornings. This volunteer position would help the driver pick up and unload the food donations. This job is a physically demanding requiring some heavy lifting and bending. Comfortable clothing is a must including winter wear and good shoes or boots. To volunteer, Sign Up below. For more information, call Shawna at (605) 348-2689feedingsd

http://www.feedingsouthdakota.org 

Volunteers Needed for Piedmont 4th of July Parade

When: 0930hrs, Thursday, July 4th, 2019

Where: Go to the Piedmont American Legion Post (101 Pine St, Piedmont, SD), the main entry table by Dans market or the speakers stand on Main St.  Ask for Kevin or Tom.

What:  Crowd control support particularly at the corner and one assistant for the speakers stand (no public speaking skills needed).

Volunteers primarily needed to keep the kids out of the street so as not to impede the parade vehicles.  Candy is somewhat of a tradition and it somehow finds it way to the middle of the road attracting the kids to pick it up. 

They also need one person to assist the announcer. 

Volunteers will be outfitted with water and safety gear and deploy them to the parade route. 

Please dress for hot weather, bring a hat, and wear sun screen.

Literacy Tutor- Literacy Council of the Black Hills

Literacy Council of the Black Hills is looking for volunteers to help tutor in literacy. Volunteers are trained as tutors for adults, or in special cases teenagers, who are having difficulties reading, writing, speaking, and/or listening at a basic literacy level (0 to approximately 8th grade level).

Tutoring is one-on-one and volunteers meet with students in public places of their choice and at times that are convenient for them. Tutors may choose to tutor English language learners or adults who have basic literacy challenges. Tutors try to meet at least once a week and a one-year commitment is advised.

For more information, call (605) 394-4171.

Admissions Guest Services- Rapid City Hospital Volunteer Services

Volunteers are needed in Rapid City Regional Hospital’s Admissions Guest Services department.
* Be the first impression for Rapid City Regional Hospital.
* Acknowledge everyone in the area with a friendly demeanor, those entering and exiting
* Provide information to guests as requested, assist guests in the area for admitting, cashier
* Transport/Escort patients to and from rooms or treatment areas
* Deliver flowers, gifts, and other material as needed, recording all deliveries
* Retrieve, sort and deliver mail – forward mail to discharged patients’ homes
* Walk patients and visitors to their destination
* Answer volunteer phone and process requests
* Volunteers must have good interpersonal communication and listening skills and be able to walk long distances

For more information, call 605-755-8980 or visit http://www.regionalhealth.org/volunteer

Volunteer Firefighter-Whispering Pines Fire Department

Under the direct supervision of the Fire Chief or the Assistant Chiefs, the volunteer is responsible for controlling and extinguishing fires, protecting life and property, and maintaining equipment as a volunteer of the Whispering Pines Volunteer Fire Department.
Work involves training and participation in meetings to protect life and property by firefighting and rescue activities. The firefighter may come under physical demands during firefighting and rescue activities. The major portion of the volunteer’s time is spent drilling, learning and studying techniques and methods of fire, rescue and medical.
For more information, call 605-390-5944 or visit http://www.wpvfd.us

Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders- Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons

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.

For more information, call 605-343-6355. or visit http://gsdakotahorizons.org

Check-In Desk YMCA

 

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The YMCA seeks front line volunteers to provide friendly, professional extraordinary customer service to all members, potential members and visitors who use the YMCA. Volunteers are responsible for checking-in members, assigning locker keys, folding towels and other tasks as needed.

 

For more information, call at (605) 718-9622.

http://www.rcymca.org

Cat Socialization- Humane Society of the Black Hills

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/