Volunteer Opportunities
<Ken Marcus>
The County's Volunteer Office has contacted North Rosslyn to see if any of our members is interested in participating in their volunteer programs. There are numerous opportunities available, which I have copied below from the County's list:

AHC Inc., an Affordable Housing Corporation needs volunteers to serve as tutors/mentors to middle and high school students. Each tutoring program meets one evening a week during the school year from 6:30-8:00 pm at one of four locations in Arlington. Volunteer tutors help students with homework, encourage youth to build their academic skills through a variety of activities available and get to know the youth through conversation and shared experiences. One school-year commitment and 2-hour orientation/training required as well as $10 fee to cover required criminal background check. CONTACT: Jennifer Endo at 703-486-0626 x12 or endo@ahcinc.org

Alternative House - the Abused and Homeless Children's Refuge seeks volunteers for several of their programs: 1) Culmore Teen Center seeks volunteers to engage with youth, participate in recreational and educational activities, and offer homework help. Weekday afternoons and evenings. 2) Mobile Outreach Project seeks volunteers to assist counselors in reaching out to youth on the street. Offer referrals, information, supplies and food. Weekday afternoons and evenings. 3) AYM (Assisting
Young Mothers) program seeks women interested in mentoring a high-risk young mother. Offer encouragement, guidance and support as a young mother develops parenting and independent living skills. One year commitment.CONTACT: Karen Horowitz at 703-506-9191 or karen_horowitz@thealternativehouse.org

Alzheimer's Family Day Center
seeks a volunteer to answer phones every Thursday morning from 8:30 am till 9:30 am starting in September. Volunteers also needed to visit with participants, to bake goodies, and to help with administrative tasks. Wonderful team atmosphere. Volunteers must be 13 or older.CONTACT: Joan Dutchess, Communications Coordinator, at 703-532-8899 or afdc@alzheimersfdc.org

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Tax-Aide Program Join an experienced team of volunteer tax preparers who have been doing Federal and Virginia returns free for seniors and others since 1968. IRS-supported mandatory training takes place in November/December over 3 days (21 hours total) with optional 2 additional days to learn computer software. Manual and electronic returns are prepared at nearby libraries and other neighborhood centers during four-hour weekday morning and afternoon sessions. No previous tax experience required and you don't have to be old or retired. Commitment of 40 hours total) over 10 weeks - February through April 2004. CONTACT: Mike Rogers at 703-560-5509 or michaelpem@aol.com (for additional information) or Curt Sandler at 703-734-9533 (to sign-up for orientation and classes) Contact: Arlington County Volunteer Office (703) 228-1760 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
http://www.co.arlington.va.us/volunteSeptember 2003

American Red Cross - Arlington County Chapter needs daytime and evening volunteers to assist with senior services, emergency preparedness, disaster response, international projects, youth activities, and more. All volunteers attend a New Volunteer Orientation at the Chapter. Visit www.arlingtonredcross.org for more information.
CONTACT: Sally Cooney, Chief Volunteers & Services Coordinator, at scooney@arlingtonredcross.org

American Red Cross - Arlington County Chapter
seeks fundraising volunteers to assist with Art Show & Auction. Join us on Wednesday, September 3 from 6:30-7:30 pm for the official Kick Off Meeting for this year's event. If you have experience working on nonprofit special events, then we need you!!! SAVE THE DATE -- Thursday, November 6, 6:00 Preview/7:00 Auction at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Building. CONTACT: Jeanne Combos at 703-841-2737 or jcombos@arlingtonredcross.org

Arlington Agency on Aging seeks volunteers interested in promoting excellence in Arlington's Long-Term Care Facilities. Consider being a
liaison from the Arlington Health Center Commission, a County Board-appointed volunteer citizen advisory
group, serving on the Advisory Council at one of Arlington's nursing homes or assisted living facilities. Advisory
Councils provide advice and support to the residents and staff of these facilities. If interested, please send a
short note no later than Friday, September 12th describing your interest and any related experience to: HCC c/o
Arlington Agency on Aging, Dept. of Human Services, 3033 Wilson Blvd., Suite 700 B, Arlington, VA 22201.CONTACT: Susan Lane at 703-228-1727 or slane@co.arlington.va.us

Arlington Community Action Program (ACAP), Head Start seeks volunteers to serve as Interpreters/Translators, Classroom Aides, Science Activity Leaders, Fitness Activity Leaders, Art Activity Leaders, and Mystery Readers. ACAP, Head Start in Arlington runs three centers and aims to increase the school readiness of low-income 3 and 4 year olds. Head Start does this by providing a wide range of individualized services in the areas of education and early childhood development; medical, dental, and mental health; nutrition; and parent involvement. TB test and criminal background check required for all volunteers.
CONTACT:Rachel Pope, Parent Involvement Coordinator, at 703-241-2040 x18 or rpope@arlingtoncap.org

Arlington Community Action Program's (ACAP) Computer Training Program is looking for volunteers to teach the fall and spring Basic, Advanced, and A+ computer classes. This is a great way to improve your resume while helping others. ACAP is an Arlington-based community program that assists lower income families who reside in the Arlington area. Day time classes will be from 1:00 to 4:00 pm and evening classes will be from 6:00 to 9:00 pm from Monday to Thursday.
CONTACT: Achal Sharma, Computer Training Coordinator, at 703-241-2040 x27

Contact: Arlington County Volunteer Office (703) 228-1760 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
http://www.co.arlington.va.us/volunte September 2003

Arlington County DHS Family Health Services
seeks 2 bilingual volunteers for their WIC (Women, Infant and Children) and Immunization Outreach programs. Looking for serious volunteers interested in learning new skills in Family Health. Minimum commitment of 4 hours per week, every Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
CONTACT: Patricia Basurto at 703-228-1296 or pbasur@co.arlington.va.us

Arlington County DHS Volunteer Guardianship Program seeks Guardians, Conservators, and Friendly Visitors to aid elderly, disabled, and mentally ill persons with managing their personal, emotional, and financial affairs. Are you caring, compassionate, and committed and
looking for a volunteer opportunity that is truly rewarding?
CONTACT: Edith Gravely at 703-228-1711 or egrave@co.arlington.va.us

Arlington County Parks, Recreation, & Community Resources (PRCR)seeks After School Program Assistants (at Arlington Mill Community Center, Lubber Run Recreation Center, Woodbury Park Center, and Gunston Community Center). After School Program Assistants keep children/teens
active and engaged in positive activities in the after school hours. Program assistants supervise children/teens doing their homework, lead them in art projects or games, help with computer skills, and lead recreational activities. Guidance and supervision are provided by PRCR staff.
CONTACT: Janice Covert, PRCR Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-228-4730 OR Arlington Mill Community
Center at 703-228-7792; Lubber Run Recreation Center at 703-228-4772; Woodbury Park
Center at 703-228-4727; Gunston Community Center at 703-228-6982

Arlington County Public Library seeks volunteers to assist the public at the Information and Referral Desk at Court House Plaza by responding to their questions using online and printed materials. 3-4 hour shifts are preferred; volunteers work between the
hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays. Training provided. Visit www.co.arlington.va.us/lib (click on "New Volunteer Positions-Welcome") for more information.CONTACT:Susan Kaminow, Library Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-228-5260 or skamin@co.arlington.va.us

Arlington County Public Library - Detention Center Programneeds volunteers to handle administrative tasks for "Read-to-Me," an innovative Arlington County library program
that encourages inmates to read and tape-record stories for their children. 2-4 daytime hours per week. Visit the library website at www.co.arlington.va.us/lib for more information.
CONTACT: Susan Kaminow at 703-228-5260

Arlington County Volunteer Office seeks office assistance one or two mornings a week. Data entry, phone calls, filing, etc. - wide variety of tasks and great way to learn about the community.CONTACT: Greg Castano or Ileana Mayorga at 703-228-1760
Contact: Arlington County Volunteer Office (703) 228-1760 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
http://www.co.arlington.va.us/volunte September 2003

Arlington Education and Employment Program (REEP) seeks volunteer teachers and teaching assistants to help adult learners in REEP's English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at various locations in Arlington. Volunteers typically work 2 to 3 hours a week, training and support are provided, and we ask for a 3-month commitment. Volunteering at REEP is a great way to meet people from other countries and cultures and learn more about the field of ESL.CONTACT:Jennifer Fadden, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-228-7231 or jfadden@arlington.k12.va.us

Arlington Pediatric Center (APC) needs mature, self-starting, multi-talented, caring volunteers to read stories and monitor art projects in the waiting area, interpret/translate from Spanish and other languages, and assist with office tasks and fundraising. APC is a very busy pediatric practice caring for children, ages 0-18 years, of low-income families in Arlington.
Hours are 10:00 to 4:00 Monday - Fridays and 9:00 to noon on Saturdays.CONTACT: Judith Fox, Executive Director, at 703-271-8195

Arlington Public Schools needs your help tutoring elementary, middle and high school students in reading, writing or math between 8:00 am - 4:30 pm weekdays. Many locations. Training provided. Also, you can be an in-school mentor or Lunch Buddy to an elementary school student. Excellent proficiency in English required. CONTACT: Linda P. Erdberg, School Volunteer Programs Coordinator, at 703-228-6003 or lerdberg@arlington.k12.va.us

Arlington Public Schools - Volunteer Office
seeks clerical and database assistance in school volunteer administrative office. Clerical volunteer will assist with mailings, filing, sorting, photocopying, faxing and typing. Familiarity with office procedures and
competence in Microsoft Word. Database volunteer will assist with updating design of Access database and help with data input. Excellent facility with English required. Flexible hours. Monday through Friday, 9:00 - 5:00. Public transportation accessible.CONTACT:Linda P. Erdberg, School Volunteer Programs Coordinator, at 703-228-6003
or lerdberg@arlington.k12.va.us

Arlington Street People's Assistance Network (A-SPAN)is recruiting volunteers to help the homeless obtain emergency services this fall at the Emergency Winter Shelter (EWS), beginning in November into early April. Here's a chance to support a worthwhile cause in helping
others. Training will be held in mid-October only. Must be 18 years or older and available between 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm or 11:00 pm - 7:00 am weekdays & weekends. CONTACT: Lnda Coats, Director of Shelter Services, at 703-820-4357 x15 or EmergShelter@aol.com Contact: Arlington County Volunteer Office (703) 228-1760
Arlington Street People's Assistance Network (A-SPAN)is seeking volunteers to join a Volunteer Coordination Committee. Although A-SPAN uses hundreds of volunteers in our work, a committee would help us keep in better touch, offer more varied opportunities, provide
better training, give more and better feedback and show our appreciation more often and in better ways to all our wonderful volunteers. This is a good way to meet new people and help eliminate homelessness in your community.
CONTACT: Lora Rinker at 703-820-4357 x12 or LoraRinker@aol.com.

Arlington-Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless (AACH) seeks volunteers interested in working with children. Volunteers are needed to supervise weeknight recreational activities, weekend field trips, and serve as homework tutors. Weeknight activities are scheduled from 7:00 - 8:00 pm. Tutoring is held at a time convenient for the volunteer and student. Orientation session on Wednesday, September 10, 2003 at 7:00 pm. Visit www.aachhomeless.org for more information.
CONTACT:Katie Mirick, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-522-1373 x23 or volunteer@aachhomeless.org

Center for Multicultural Human Services (CMHS)
seeks volunteers for the "Leaders of Tomorrow" program. Volunteers can expect to participate in group and individual activities with children from Sierra Leone in the exploration of cultural heritage, self-awareness and
identity, social and interpersonal skills (including conflict resolution and problem solving), and building trust. Activities are therapeutic, expressive, group-building, and fun. Minimum 2 Saturdays a month, 10:30-12:00, 3 hour training session provided before program start. Qualifications: Ability to relate well to people from other cultures, respect for youth, personal commitment and persistence, patience, reliability, and flexibility, good
listening skills and willingness to learn from the children.CONTACT: Ellen Klene at 703-533-3302 x107

Cherrydale Health & Rehabilitation Center
is looking for someone who likes to sew to make a wheelchair bag for a resident. Also looking for help with filing and assisting with a trip planned for September. CONTACT:Jennifer Lewis, Activities/Volunteers Director, at 703-243-7640 or berr423740@aol.com

Clarendon House seeks a volunteer to conduct a social-recreational group for severely mentally ill adult men. Clarendon House is a Department of Human Services rehabilitation program that helps adults with mental health issues. Time
commitment approximately two hours per week. Male preferred. Good interpersonal skills necessary. Behavioral psychology background helpful.CONTACT:Jim Bradshaw at 703-521-6018

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program
seeks volunteers to serve as advocates for children in the Alexandria Juvenile Court. Volunteers advocate for children in abuse and neglect cases, custody, and other cases. One year commitment required, 10-20 hours
average volunteer hours per month, and training provided. Spanish-speaking volunteers greatly needed! Visit www.scanva.org for more information.CONTACT: Katie Farrell, CASA Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-836-1820 or kfarrell@scanva.org

CrisisLink Hotlineseeks volunteers to staff local and national crisis intervention/suicide prevention hotline. Day and evening fall
training classes begin September 15th. 45 hour training in empathic/reflective listening and 150 hour/one year commitment required. Visit www.crisislink.org for additional information and volunteer application.CONTACT: Anita Korten, Director of Volunteers, at 703-527-6016 or akorten@crisislink.org

CrisisLink Hotline seeks volunteers to staff its local and national suicide and crisis hotline. CrisisLink is the region's most
comprehensive suicide and crisis prevention, intervention and response organization. Suicide is the 11th leading cause of death in the U.S. Volunteers are needed to help change this by learning the power of listening. The Crisis Response Team has also responded to dozens of local tragedies, including the Pentagon terrorist attack. Training classes are forming now. Visit www.crisislink.org for more information.
CONTACT: CrisisLink at 703-527-6016 or apply online at www.crisislink.org/vol_application.html.
Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
needs volunteers to provide fun and guidance through informal educational opportunities to Girl Scouts throughout Arlington. In need of leaders and assistant leaders, as well as episodic program volunteers. Whether
you've got just a few hours each month or several hours each week, a perfect match can be made for you and Girl Scouts. We offer free training, a chance to meet other volunteers with similar interests, and the chance to make a positive impact on a girl's life.CONTACT: Melissa Beene, Field Director, at 202-237-1670 x276 or mbeene@gscnc.org

Goodwin House Retirement Community - Alexandria seeks a volunteer to instruct Independent Living residents in beginning chess, also looking for computer tutors/coaches. Friendly visitors and/or volunteers always welcomed to assist with small group activities as well
as sharing a talent (especially musical!) in Special Care areas. CONTACT: Kitty Riordan at 703-824-1239 or kriordan@goodwinhouse.org

Greenbrier Learning Center - South Arlington *
seeks volunteers 16 years and older to assist at our three after-school programs. Tutors will help elementary or middle school students with homework and reading as well as assist the Program Directors with daily learning
and recreational activities. The elementary school programs are M, Tu, Th, & Fr from 3:00 - 6:00 pm and W from 1:00 - 6:00 pm; the middle school program is M-Th from 2:30 - 4:15 pm. Programs start mid-September.
CONTACT: Lauren Cranman at 703-379-6488 or laurenc@gblc.org

Gunston Community Centerseeks a volunteer receptionist for this Parks, Recreation, and Community Resources program. The receptionist
serves as point of contact for the public, greets program participants (from seniors to toddlers) and directs them to their program or answers questions about Center activities. Seeking people with excellent telephone skills and a customer service orientation. Some copying, filing and faxing.
CONTACT: Hope Halleck at 703-228-6982

Haven of Northern Virginia seeks volunteers to respond to telephone calls, provide one-on-one support, facilitate groups, provide
outreach/education, and conduct community presentations. Haven of Northern Virginia is an all volunteer non-profit organization committed to offering support, compassion, information and resources to the bereaved
and seriously ill. Upcoming volunteer orientation(s) in September. Check out www.havenofnova.org for more
information. CONTACT: Haven of Northern Virginia at 703-941-7000 or info@havenofnova.org

Hispanic Committee of Virginia needs volunteers to help with after-school reading/mentoring program for children 6-10 years of age throughout the school year. Volunteers help children develop their language skills and love for learning through stories, songs, theatrics, and games. A proficiency in Spanish is not required.CONTACT: Margarita Kay, Education Coordinator, at 703-671-5666 x136 or Education_hcv@yahoo.com

Hogar Hispano Program of Catholic Charities
a variety of volunteers, both short-term and long-term. Budget shortages forced recent staff lay-offs, and help is urgently needed.
CONTACT: Enrique Vargas at 703-534-9805 ext. 240

Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation (LDCRF)
volunteers rescue abandoned dogs and cats from the threats of euthanasia by area shelters or other at-risk situations. Adoption events are held each weekend at area pet supply stores, and volunteers are needed to handle animals and answer questions for prospective adopters. You can really make a difference in a homeless
animal's life! Visit www.lostdogrescue.org to learn more. CONTACT: Marsha Schramm, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-295-DOGS or

Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation (LDCRF)
seeks a few good men or women to volunteer to act as webmaster(s) for their website, www.lostdogrescue.org.
The previous webmaster managed the static web site pages (htm), added happy tails stories to the website, made changes in code as requested, managed relationship with hosting company, spruced up the site with innovative and fun ideas, worked in asp, vbscript, and javascript to enhance server side functionality, maintained a Microsoft Access database of animals/event information, and maintained web standards and normalities in site design. Seeking several volunteers to share the above responsibilities.CONTACT: Marsha Schramm, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-295-DOGS or

March of Dimes National Capital Area Chapter
is looking for weekday available volunteers to help in the office with data input, typing, filing, organizing information, labeling and stuffing envelopes, bulk mailing, copying, faxing, making phone calls, entering
information into Excel and Access databases, researching corporations, foundations, and individual grant-making prospects. Flexible hours between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.
ONTACT: Grace Alvarez at 703-824-0111 x18 or galvarez@marchofdimes.com

Meals on Wheels - Arlington seeks drivers and riders to deliver meals to homebound Arlington residents. Deliveries are made each day Mondays through Fridays from 11 am to approximately 1 pm. As little as one day a month is needed from each
volunteer. CONTACT: Lauralee Peters, Volunteer Recruiter, at 703-893-5195 or mowvolunteer@yahoo.com.

National Capital Chapter of the National MS Society seeks volunteers to pass out water at our Marathon Strides Against MS training program, every Saturday through October. Stops are located in Vienna along the W&OD Trail. Volunteers need to have access to a car and will report to our training site in Vienna where they will receive water jugs and directions to the water stop. The money raised from this event will help the National MS Society in its mission to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis. Visit www.MSandyou.org for more information.
CONTACT: Sarah Goggin, Marathon Strides Coordinator, at 202-296-5363

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) seeks volunteers to assist with administrative, clerical, and office tasks in our Public Affairs and Development departments. Volunteers must be available for a minimum of five (5) hours per week during normal business hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm). CONTACT:Allison Greene, Human Resources, at 703-837-6268 or agreene@ncmec.org Contact: Arlington County Volunteer Office (703) 228-1760 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Northern Virginia Community Hospital seeks volunteers to perform vital hospital services. Assignments are made based on volunteer interests. Flexible Scheduling - Weekdays and Weekends Available - Free Lunch - Free Parking. Volunteer positions include receptionists, patient escorts, nurses station aides, collecting menus, typing, filing, answering telephones, some computer work, filling water pitchers, serving beverages, delivering meal trays, visiting with and reading to patients. Minimum age to volunteer is 14. CONTACT:Carolyn Baker, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-578-2008 or carolyn.baker@hcahealthcare.com

Offender Aid and Restoration of Arlington
has urgent need for volunteers who would enjoy assisting with inmate support groups, tutoring, art programs, yoga for addicted populations, Spanish speaking programs, mentoring, and release planning. Opportunity to develop skills and increase understanding of working with the diverse incarcerated population. Training September 20th and 27th. Visit www.oaronline.org for further information.
CONTACT: Katy Steinbruck, Volunteer Services Coordinator, at 703-228-7051 or

Patrick Henry Elementary School seeks volunteers for many different tasks including School Store Helper, Lunch Buddy, to record books on tape, playground recess attendants, Career Day, Reading Buddy, photocopying, filing, distributing supplies, faxing
and building decorations (walls, bulletin boards, etc.) in office and around the school, outdoor habitat activities, translators, grant writing, website assistance, photographers, any special projects, English classes for parents,
computer classes for kids, building maintenance and many more. CONTACT: Elizabeth Jones, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-228-5820 or ejones@arlington.k12.va.us OR Linda P. Erdberg, School Volunteer Programs Coordinator, at 703-228-6003 for additional
Arlington Public School volunteer opportunities

Project WORD is looking for volunteers to help high school seniors and adults with special needs work towards their employment and career goals. Volunteers may offer help in accessing resources, in resume writing, in basic computer skills, or by just providing a little friendly support. Flexible commitment.
CONTACT:Aileen Early at 703-525-9673 or encirclingfamilies@projword.org

Services for the Visually Impaired is looking for adults to assist blind and visually impaired people in the Washington Metropolitan Area. If you have a couple of hours a week to give, why not be a reader, home visitor or shopper to help someone in your neighborhood? The next orientation will be held on Saturday, September 13, 2003, from 10 am to 12 noon at our
Silver Spring location.CONTACT: Gail Snider at 301-589-0894

St. Agnes School needs tutors to work with children both during and after regular classes. The school has established a new Academic Enrichment Program to meet the needs of students with learning deficiencies as well as children on the gifted/talented or advanced spectrum. Also seeking someone to teach a foreign language after-school or
offer a class in advanced science, math, and especially computer technology. Volunteers must be willing to
submit to a background check and are required to participate in a one-time seminar on sexual harassment. CONTACT: Karin Brough at 703-536-5880

The Arlington Players (TAP)seeks volunteers for a variety of positions focused on producing artisically and technically challenging theater in a grand style to enrich the Arlington community. Available opportunities include special events coordination, public relations, set design, administration, fundraising/grant writing, ushering, and sales. Volunteers with a love of theatre are preferred. Visit www.thearlingtonplayers.org for more information. CONTACT: Bethany Blakey at 202-366-8717

The Women's Center seeks Information and Referral (I&R) volunteers. I&R volunteers link The Women's Center and the client. This
busy front-line department requires teamwork and an overall knowledge of The Women's Center and community services. On-the-job training is provided. Commitment of one four hour shift per week for a minimum of three months. Visit www.thewomenscenter.org for more information.CONTACT: Toni Antonucci, Information & Referral (I&R) Manager, at 703-281-4928 x259 or aantonucci@thewomenscenter.org

Virginia Cooperative Extension 4-H Program
seeks volunteers to help prevent obesity in Arlington's children. Join Arlington County 4-H in working on a problem whose time has come. Teach young people (K-5) about the importance of fitness through exercise, good diet, and a positive body image through a series of action-oriented, hands on classes. No experience necessary, training provided.
CONTACT: Louise Van Horne, Arlington County 4-H, at 703-228-6404 or lovanhor@vt.edu

Virginia Hospital Center - Arlington Auxiliary
needs volunteers to assist hospital staff in various areas of the hospital.
CONTACT: Marta Harkins at 703-970-3876 or harkhark@juno.com

Visual Art Volunteer Program seeks volunteers who will be trained by professional artists in specific art skills during a 3 hour training offered twice a year. The program sponsored by Arlington County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Resources provides opportunities for participatory arts experiences for underserved populations in Arlington. In return the volunteers will commit to team teach two outreach or "ArtReach" workshops in the following 2-3 month period. ArtReach workshops are scheduled during the day, evening, and weekend hours. No experience
is necessary. CONTACT: Kirsten Hein, Community Arts Programmer, 703-228-7634 or khein@co.arlington.va.us

Volunteers of America Residential Program Center (RPC)welcomes volunteers to help plan and run RPC Open House on October 28 from 2:00 - 6:00 pm at the Center. Responsibility areas will include food and beverages, staffing the sign-in table, decorations, and publicity.
Continuing needs for other volunteer help include: computer instructors, nutritionist, front desk monitor, and office assistants.CONTACT: Pat Zimmerman, Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-228-0017

Woodbine Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
seeks helpers for Bingo games 2 hours on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays; Happy Hour 2 hours Tuesday and Thursday evenings; Volunteers also desired for 1:1 visits with patients as well as music performers (piano players, guitar players and others). CONTACT: Jessica Quiñones at 703-535-7156

Wright to Read (WTR)is seeking volunteers who enjoy reading and working with children 6 months to 10 years of age. For over 23 years, WTR has been giving the gift of literacy to the children of Alexandria through its three programs: Tutor/Mentor; Book Buddies; and Waiting Room Readers. Work one-on-one with a child or read aloud to a group of children. Evening, weekend and day opportunities begin again in September. Call to register for an upcoming volunteer orientation. Check out www.campagnacenter.org for more information.
CONTACT: Ginny Biggs, WTR Volunteer Coordinator, at 703-549-0111 x142 or gbiggs@campagnacenter.org
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