Provided by Volunteer Prince William
Volunteer Prince William maintains a list of the volunteer opportunities available throughout greater Prince William. Every week, they issue a call to action with the current week’s list of opportunities.
Prince William Health District is calling for volunteers on July 19, 1:00 – 2:30 p. m. to travel through a simulated medication dispensing site at Metz Middle School, 9950 Wellington Road, Manassas. Although no actual medications will be handed out, public health staff and volunteers will go through the same procedures and protocols that they would use to dispense medications in a real disaster. People of all ages, including parents with young children, people with disabilities, college students and faculty, scouts, community groups, seniors, members of faith-based communities, corporate employees and the public are encouraged to register in advance. No special training or experience is needed. Children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult. Participants should allow for 1.5 hours for the exercise. Please contact Amy Feinberg, MRC Coordinator/Planner for the registration link.
Novant UVA Health System needs volunteers in their surgical services at the Manassas and Haymarket hospitals. They also need volunteers at the Aubergine Thrift Store in Old Town Manassas. Come be part of the team benefitting the community. Please call (571) 284-1278 or visit their website to learn more.
Working with Youth and Children
Youth for Tomorrow is looking for volunteers who can share their hobby with a teen on the weekends. Help bring joy to a teen’s life with your hobby such as sewing, photography, cross stitch, painting, arts, sign language, song, dance, cooking – all would be very welcome. Please visit their website to register.
Sweet Julia Grace Foundation needs a volunteer tutor to work with a rising second grader to help him with his reading skills before the start of school. This young man has missed a lot of school due to his cancer treatments. He lives in Gainesville. Please email Sara to learn more.
SERVE has a great opportunity for a youth groups, your office and/or family- please collect supplies for the summer camp they run for the children living in the shelter. The list includes water balloons, sidewalk chalk, disposable plates, ping pong balls, yarn, fabric paint and fabric paint pens, white drawstring backpack bags, large sponges, play dough, hand wipes, insect repellant, sunscreen, garden sprinkler, small prizes, healthy snacks for the kids. Please email Julie at [email protected] to learn more. Donations are accepted through July.
Keep Prince William Beautiful needs volunteers to present programs to the campers at Veterans Park this summer. This is a great job for teens. Please email them to learn more.
Office Volunteers Needed
Prince William Conservation Alliance is looking for office volunteers age 21+ for a couple of hours each week in their Woodbridge office. Duties include organizing mailing lists and preparing for large mailings and staffing the welcome table at events. Please email them for all the specifics.
Helping Neighbors in Need Outreach Center needs an administrative assistant to help in the Woodbridge office Monday-Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.-1:00 p. m. Duties include answering the phone, registering clients, receiving donations and logging them in. Please call Pastor Edmonds at (703) 964-7725 to learn more.
Project Mend A House provides home repairs and a safety improvement to seniors’ homes. They need both skilled and unskilled volunteers throughout the community. Please visit their website to learn more and to register as a volunteer.
Prince William Soil & Water Conservation District needs volunteers at these fun projects: August 3 at Broad Run/Dawkins Branch. Please RSVP to Sonnie or text to 7032166959. August 10 at Manassas National Battlefield for the NOVA Water Quality Monitors Certification Training. Come learn how to be Certified Stream Monitor. Please email Veronica to register and learn more.
Museum Volunteers Needed
The National Museum of the Marine Corps needs volunteers to become gallery docents and hospitality ambassadors. Volunteers must be age 16 years +. Please register online.
Meal Delivery/Working with Seniors
Area Agency on Aging needs volunteers to deliver Meals on Wheels mid-day in both the Manassas and Woodbridge communities. Meals are delivered Monday – Friday. They also need volunteer activity assistants at the Adult Day Healthcare Center for fun activities such as chess, checkers, dominos, and bingo and play musical instruments. Please visit their website for more info.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers age 55+ to deliver noon meals through the Meals on Wheels Program. Shifts are just two to three hours and available throughout the area. RSVP members receive a mileage reimbursement and additional insurance coverage at no cost to the volunteer. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 to learn more.
Literacy Volunteers Needed
BEACON for Adult Literacy is gearing up for the fall semester and is looking for tutors to work with small groups. No second language or teaching experience needed. The fall semester starts August 26, with volunteer training on either August 3 or 17 from 8:30 a. m.-2:30 p. m. Please call (703) 368-7491 to register and learn more.
The NOVA Veterans Association needs a volunteer to drive a Manassas veteran to his weekly gathering of friends at a restaurant on Liberia Avenue in Manassas. These wonderful folks call this a quality of life appointment and so deserving! Please call Maj. Angela McConnell at (703) 986-7444 for more info.
The Independence Empowerment Center is hosting their Annual ADA Fair on Saturday, July 27 at the Harris Pavilion in Old Town Manassas to celebrate the 26th Anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act. Come learn about all the resources for individuals and families. It’s free!
If you are looking for other opportunities, please call Volunteer Prince William at (703) 369-5292 or visit our website. Thanks so much for all you do in our community!