Upcoming Service Events
Scroll through the service opportunities available to Neumann Students below.
Art Studio at the Assisi House: 1/19
Volunteer to help the retired Sisters at the Assis House with Art Studio. The Assisi House is walking distance from campus! 1:30pm until 3:30pm It's always a fun time!

Register here: http://signup.com/go/BBTUHTE

Bingo at the Assisi House: 1/22, 1/29
Volunteer to help run Bingo with the retired Sisters at the Assis House walking distance from campus! 1:30pm until 3:30pm It's always a fun time!

Register here: http://signup.com/go/BBTUHTE

Project Home PIT Count: 1/24-1/25
Each year, Philadelphia performs a Point-in-Time Count in January of all homeless individuals living on the streets, unsheltered, or in temporary shelter housing. The purpose is to estimate the size of the population in need of housing and critical life supports. The Point in Time Count in Philadelphia is partially funded and supported by the City of Philadelphia, Office of Homeless Services & the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Given that homelessness can look much different for a young person than an adult, the Youth Count was created to help accurately capture the population. Led by Valley Youth House, a coalition including Covenant House PA, Mazzoni Center, Philadelphia FIGHT, Youth Service Inc, and other local youth service providers works to promote the Youth Count in the community and facilitate the quarterly event.

Register here: https://projecthome.volunteerhub.com/lp/pitcount2018/events?utm_source=Project+HOME+Subscriptions&utm_campaign=435d364add-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_01_11&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f885b8e5b8-435d364add-275596109

Anna's Place Lunch: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 2/22
Help serve lunch at Anna's Place in Chester, PA. A simple lunch is provided to the community every Thursday from 11:30am-1:30pm Anna's Place is a hospitality center run by the Sister's of St. Francis of Philadelphia.

Sign up: http://signup.com/go/isDhfdb

Blood Drive: 1/30
Please roll up your sleeve to help local hospital patients. Only volunteer blood donors can help save lives by donating blood! Donating blood is easy and saves lives. You can save time on your donation by using our new Rapid Pass program. Sign up today and learn more about the Rapid Pass program. Neumann University Blood Drive, Bruder Center Gym, Tuesday, January 30, 11:00am—4:00pm, Bruder Gymnasium
To sign-up go to www.redcrossblood.org
And enter sponsor code: Neumann
Vallentine's Day Card Making at the Assisi House: 1/31
Volunteer to help the retired Sisters make Vallentine's Day Cards. The Assis House is walking distance from campus! 1:30pm until 3:30pm It's always a fun time!

Register here: http://signup.com/go/BBTUHTE

First Saturday Work Days CFET: 2/3, 3/3
Come by Center For Environmental Transformation on the first Saturday of every month from 9:45 am until 12:45 pm to help us with work projects based around Eve’s Gardens. For more details or to let us know you’re coming, feel free to send us an email at farmer@cfet.org

To learn more about CFET visit http://www.cfet.org/about/

Tyler Arboretum Pancake Breakfast- 2/23-2/24
Tyler Arboretum hosts their Annual Pancake Breakfast on February 24 and is looking for volunteers! For more information and to volunteer, visit: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0e4aadac22a46-2018
Science Olympiad: 2/28
Volunteer to help Neumann University as we host the Southeast Region Science Olympiad Competition.

Sign up:https://goo.gl/forms/bN3HvrskePB7sy1M2

Listed below are some volunteer opportunities where students can volunteer more than just once or twice. These are volunteer opportunities one could volunteer once a week for a semester, etc.
Northley Middle School Homework Club: Ongoing
Sign up to volunteer to help at Northly Middle School's Homework Club, Tuesday through Thursday from 3:00-3:40pm https://goo.gl/forms/dBoe21F6XMOWdrI33
Robotics Program @ HFRCS: ongoing
Holy Family Regional Catholic School, located in Aston, PA is looking for students who would like to volunteer 1 to 2 hours a day to help with the Robotics after school program. This commitment would be for a few months. Days are Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays and volunteers can work 1,2 or all days. Volunteers will need to have all of their clearances including those identified by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. If interested please contact Ms. Jennifer Dolores at jdolores@holyfamilyaston.org
Project HOME: ongoing
Volunteers help to further Project HOME's mission to end homelessness and alleviate poverty in Philadelphia. We are always looking for people who are willing and able to invest their time in supporting our community and improving the lives of those we serve.

Volunteer Opportunities

Tyler Arboretum Youth Education Internship
Gain hands on experience in the professional world of youth development and non-traditional education. Youth Education interns work directly with the Youth Programs Manager/Summer Camp Director to enhance, plan and implement field trips, scout groups, birthdays and public programs. Interns will have hands on opportunities work with youth, other staff and to participate in the behind-the scenes pieces of program development and management. Applicants should have strong attention to detail, excellent written and oral communication skills and a positive personality. This volunteer internship commences in September (negotiable). We are looking for an individual who can commit to at least 8 hours per week (more hours available, if interested). End date is on or around December 1st For more information, click here for job description. For more information, please contact Liz Hornbach at LHornbach@tylerarboretum.org or 610-566-9134 x302. Internship is unpaid.
Assisi House
The retired Sisters of St. Francis are just around the corner, and awaiting your arrival. Be an Assisi House Volunteer Today! You can enrich many other lives by . . .
Walking with a resident
Reading to a resident
Assisting with arts & crafts
Participating in group or individual activities
Singing, dancing, or playing an instrument
Baking or cooking
Playing games together
. . . . . . or a host of other acts of kindness!

To begin new and meaningful relationships through volunteering, call Assisi House at (610) 459-8990 to schedule a personal interview.

Volunteer Application: http://goo.gl/uR0ZQJ

Compassionate Care Hospice
Compassionate Care Hospice provides specialized care and support for our patients and their families. Volunteers play a vital role in our services, including volunteering with:
Patients — Companionship, reading, taking walks, letter writing, listening to music, other activities.
Families — Assist with shopping and other errands, supporting family through visits and respite.
Staff — Office support, including copying, filing, to support hospice staff while they provide care.
Bereavement — Working closely with bereavement staff, assisting with support groups and mailings.

Volunteer application form: http://cchnet.net/mid-atlantic/pennsylvania/media/volunteer-application-form/

Meals On Wheels
Meals on Wheels Needs Your Help! Aston Meals on Wheels needs your help for just an hour or two, twice a month to assist with delivery of meals to our home bound seniors in Aston and Brookhaven.

If you are interested in this worthy cause, please call Joan Hanlon at 610-485-2729.

Contact Megan Camp, Director of Service-Learning and Community Engagement at 610-558-5539, campm@neumann.edu, or drop by 227 Bachmann Main Building

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