Call to Action: Volunteer Opportunities in Greater Prince William

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Provided by Volunteer Prince William

Start your year right by giving back to the community!

Keep Prince William Beautiful is holding a Community Cleanup Feb. 25, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Dale City Farmers Market lot, 14090 Gemini Way Dale City.  The cleanup will focus on removing trash from the commuter parking lot where the market is held weekly.  Volunteers age 18+ welcome, volunteers under 18 must volunteer with an adult.  Rain Date: March 4.  You’ll enjoy being out in the fresh air with family/friends as you help clean up this lot!  Please visit to sign up; email to learn more.

They Served Us, Now You Can Serve Them!

Volunteer Prince William needs Volunteer Drivers age 21+ who can provide transportation for veterans and their spouse/widow to medical appointments, supermarkets, retail and houses of worship.  Volunteers must pass criminal background and driving record background checks, have a valid Virginia driver’s license and have a vehicle liability insurance policy.  You’ll feel great as you make new friends while providing transportation to veterans who otherwise struggle to have their daily and medical needs met!  Please email to learn how you can get involved.  This opportunity is made possible by a grant from Potomac Health Foundation.

BEACON for English Language & Literacy

BEACON for English Language & Literacy is recruiting Volunteer Teachers, Tutors and Substitutes for their spring classes, March 20 to June 8.  Volunteers are provided with a formal textbook curriculum that incorporates listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.  Volunteers use the textbook to develop a lesson plan that provides additional opportunities for practice that emphasizes conversation practice and student engagement.  You’ll feel great as you help adults gain the confidence and learn the language skills needed to get a job, communicate with their children’s teachers, talk with their doctor, or pursue higher education! Apply today – please visit or email for more information.

Birthright of Woodbridge

Birthright of Woodbridge is looking for volunteers to offer loving, confidential, non-judgmental support to those who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant.  Many volunteer opportunities are available, full training and mentorship is provided for volunteers so you can best help the women who need you!  Volunteers are needed both mornings and afternoons.  Please email or call 703.583.1178 for more information.

Catholic Charities’ Mentoring Youth in Virginia (MYVA)

Catholic Charities’ Mentoring Youth in Virginia (MYVA) program needs Volunteer Mentors age 18+ to work with students for at least six months and longer. You will transform a young person’s life and build relationships that will last!  Please visit to learn more and apply (Once on the site, click on the green ‘sign-up’ button to apply).  Please email to learn more.

Grace United Methodist Church Needs ESL Teachers and Helpers

The dedicated staff at Grace United Methodist Church needs volunteers to be Teachers and Helpers for their next session of English as a Second Language (ESL), April 4 to June 8.  Classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7pm-9pm at the church located at 9750 Wellington Road, Manassas.  You’ll feel wonderful as you help learners improve their English reading, writing and speaking skills!  Please email to learn how you can make a difference.

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County Women’s Day Build

Save the Date!  The folks at Habitat for Humanity Prince William County are hosting a Women’s Day Build on April 27!  The project is to be announced, but get those hammers, saws and nails ready to do some good work benefiting vulnerable families in the community; this sounds like a wonderful team building opportunity for your office!  Please email to learn more.

Northern Virginia Food Rescue

Is your office, club or group looking for a community service project?  The staff at Northern Virginia Food Rescue is looking for groups to hold drives to collect fresh produce to feed local families facing food insecurity!  It’s a great winter project, and you’ll be helping a lot of families have access to nutritious fruits and veggies to stay healthy!  Please email to learn more.

NVFS Strikes for Stronger Families Bowl-a-Thon

Mark Your Calendars! After a two-year hiatus, the NVFS Strikes for Stronger Families Bowl-a-Thon is returning on March 18! This in-person event will be held at Bowl America Bull Run, 10641 Balls Ford Road, Manassas; funds raised will support the SERVE campus. It’s fun for the whole family, so gather up your team of five bowlers and sign up today! Please visit for more information, email for more information and to register your team.

Pink Space Theory

Pink Space Theory has all sorts of volunteer opportunities open for talented individuals!  Newsletter Content Contributor, STEM Lesson Creator, Grant Writer and STEM Speaker are just a few of the opportunities available to get young minds excited about learning!  Please email for more information.

SERVE Food Assistance Specialists

If you’re passionate about fighting hunger, then SERVE wants to meet you!  Their Hunger Resource Center in Manassas needs volunteer Food Assistance Specialists age 16+ on weekdays to prepare food packages, welcome and assist clients in the self-serve shopping area, check clients out before they leave, stock shelves and more. You’ll join a dedicated, hard-working team of volunteers relieving hunger in the community!  Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds, Spanish speaking is a plus.  Please email for more information.

Veterans Treatment Docket

If you’re an Honorably Discharged or Retired Veteran wanting to help other veterans, here’s a terrific opportunity for you!  The Veterans’ Treatment Docket, a program of Prince William County Government Criminal Justice Services, is looking for volunteers age 21+ to act as Veteran Mentors to engage, encourage and empower fellow veterans that are involved in the criminal justice system.  Duties include be available by phone/video or other means to assist docket participants and be there for your veteran.  This may include nights and weekends.  A 12-month commitment is required; training is provided.  You’ll feel great as you share your own veteran experiences and help a fellow vet get their life and affairs back on track again!  Please visit for details, email for more information.

If you are looking for other opportunities, please call Volunteer Prince William at 703.369.5292 or visit  Thanks so much for all you do in our community.


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