Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter is seeking Virtual Community Educators, Promotores to the Hispanic/Latinx community, and Faith Outreach Representatives within their congregations and communities. Please visit the online community at volunteer.alz.org to learn more about available volunteer opportunities and training.
Bharatiya Temple. Volunteers from Bharatiya Temple have built a platform, nohelptoobig.org, allowing people who need help such as food, medicine, masks, grocery delivery, etc. to request it online. People who want to help can also register at the site to support requests. For questions, contact email@example.com.
Deaf-Hearing Communication Centre, Inc. (DHCC) has raised funds and created a mobile internet hotspot. It is comprised of five Ipads in roadboxes, a cellular hotspot, tables and chairs and a canopy, along with sanitation material. The project was created because many members of the Deaf community lost internet access during COVID for various reasons. DHCC has been taking the equipment to various locations like park pavilions, firehouses, faith organizations and others in order to provide people with internet access to take care of whatever they need. If you would like to bring this mobile internet hotspot to your organization, please contact Ken Wesler, firstname.lastname@example.org.
One House at a Time. If you know of a family in need of a bed for a child(dren), please contact the Beds for Kids Program Referral Coordinator, Fiona Kyck. OHAAT’s mission is to help families establish (or reestablish) self-sufficient lives by providing them with the necessities of a functional home environment, with a current focus on ending child bedlessness in Greater Philadelphia. Volunteers welcome! Learn more.
RSVP is looking for volunteers! Their newest innovative pilot program is looking for volunteers who can provide online training for older adults to learn to use email, the internet, Zoom, and social media so they can connect with friends and family and ease the feeling of isolation. Volunteers should be comfortable using computers, apps, the internet and mobile devices. To volunteer, approximately 3 hours per week and a computer with a camera and microphone will be needed. A library of online technology training courses are provided. Apply to be a volunteer trainer. To learn more about becoming a volunteer, contact Kathy Stocker 610-834-1040 x.129.
Do you have an interesting career? RSVP is in the process of creating a library of career presentations that teachers can access to provide their students with inspiration and hope. If you have a career in any of the STEM fields, the arts or trades, RSVP would love to create a zoom recording of your journey. Please contact Janet Murphy to learn more.
Talking Points is an education technology nonprofit with a mission to drive student success by using accessible technology to communicate with families in home languages. The multilingual technology platform connects families and teachers by using human and AI-powered, two-way translated communication and personalized content. This unique approach eliminates barriers including language, time, mindsets, and capacity to foster strong family engagement in development of students’ academic success.
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Visit the Volunteer Portal to share and sign up for agency volunteer opportunities.