Service Learning Opportunities 2018-19
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Students can come any Tuesday evening for an hour to help set up from 6:00 -7:00 pm. Or on Wed morning , they can come in from 6:00 to 7:00 AM for 1 hr of work and receive 2 hrs of credit. Any student willing to come in that early gets a bonus!!! Any Tues/Wed until Apr 30. Any help is appreciated. Thanks,
Please have any volunteers contact Loretta Fitzgerald at lieettafitz@att.net or text her at 847-204-5318
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Help at the Debate TournamentDecember 7th and 8th, 2018EGHSAssist with a debate tournament.Mr. Bohnenkamp at EGHS-fill out the google document to the right to sign up. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/163-gJ-THF-cjR4eAjRiOHsml7Gnz3tMrmDhrlnbqQo8/edit?usp=sharing
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Salvation Army Bell RingerCurrentDes Plaines/EG AreaBe a bell ringer for the Salvation Army Red KettlesDeb Middendorp: Debbi_Middendorp@usc.salvationarmy.orgwww.RegistertoRing.com
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Daddy Daughter DanceSaturday, October 27th - 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.Elk Grove High SchoolHelping chaperone the children and playing games.Joseph Bush at joseph.bush@d214.org - 847-718-4718
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Pack the PantrySaturday, October 27th - 9-11 a.m. or 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.Jewel, Elk GroveStanding outside of Jewel asking people for donations to the Elk Grove Food PantryJoseph Bush at joseph.bush@d214.org - 847-718-4718
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Des Plaines Fall FestSept14-16th, 2018Lake Park, Des Plaines; Des Plaines Park DistrictFall Fest Volunteers Needed: Annual Des Plaines Fall Fest Family FestivalNancy Suwalski: nancys@DPParks.org 847-391-5711 (office) https://www.dpparks.org/registration/program-guide/
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Kohl Children's MuseumOngoingGlenview, ILVarious roles at a children's museumhttp://www.kohlchildrensmuseum.org/support/volunteer/http://www.kohlchildrensmuseum.org/support/volunteer/
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Paws 4 LuvOngoingPetsmarts in Schaumburg (one by Woodfield on Golf Rd, the other at Schaumburg and Barrington Road)Volunteer to clean cat cages, feed, and let the cats out to play. Students will have to attend one orientation on a Saturday morning before signing up to volunteer. They can earn 2 service hours each shift they volunteer. The shifts are weekday nights or weekend mornings.Jenn Bossany: jbossany@4pawluv.orghttp://4pawluv.org/
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Hands on Suburban ChicagoOngoingVarious locations around the Northwest SuburbsThis website has a searchable database for places to volunteer:Click on Volunteers, Schools and Youth, then Youth Volunteeringhttp://www.handsonsuburbanchicago.org/
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Various OptionsOngoingCommunity service does not need to be complicated. Please check out some ideas in the next column-Help a teacher before, during lunch or after school -Help a neighbor by mowing the lawn, babysitting, bring in groceries -Work at a bake sale for your team during lunch time -Volunteer to work concesssions at a game -Tutor a younger student
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Dsitrict 59 Community ClosetOngoing-make appointmentRidge Family Center Elk Grove Village-Organize clothes and other items for the Distict 59 resale shop -Collect items for the resale shop in your community -Brand new toiletry items are needed Nelly Perez at 224-651-7395 or perez.nelly@ccsd59.org
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The HoneyComb ProjectOn-goingChicagoland Area-This website has volunteer opportunities across ChicagoSee website for detailshttp://thehoneycombproject.org/
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NWSRA (Northwest Special Recreation AssocationOn-goingSeveral Northwest Suburban area locations-NWSRA provides recreation activities for children and adults with disabilites.Jocelyn Wright: Volunteer Coordinator 847-392-2848 ext. 233 joceynw@nwsra.orgwww.nwsra.org/academy https://www.nwsra.org/ns/join/volunteer.asp
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Home of the Sparrow IncOngoing: Complete release form with parental signatureChicagoland Area-Home of the Sparrow is a transitional shelter program that provides housing and supportive services to homeless women and children in Northern IL. -Volunteer duties involve helping out in thrift store with sorting/organizing donations, pricing and displaying merchandise, and providing customer serviceJennifer Kolarczyk: jkolarczyk@HOSparrow.org Phone: 815-271-5444 x60https://www.hosparrow.org/
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Queen of the Rosary Ongoing Elk Grove Village-Help with extended care program afterschool until 6pm for students Carie Petric: cpetric@qrcougars.org
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WINGSOngoingElk Grove Village: 1265 Oakton (Logistics Center)-Help sort/organize donationsBruna Srb: bsrb@wingsprogram.com Phone: 847-519-7820 x216www.wingsprogram.com
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Citizen Advocacy CenterOngoing182 N. York Street: Elmhurst, IL 60126-Volunteers assist with research projects, graphic design, event planning and coordination, administrative duties and more -Internship Program: students work to investigate and analyze reports of undemocratic public policies, violations of the law, etcPhone: 630-833-4080 Fax:630-833-4083
http://www.citizenadvocacycenter.org/internship-opportunities.html
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Mental Health America of The North Shore Youth Advisory BoardOngoing: Complete application and serve on youth board that meets on a quarterly basisMaine West High SchoolServe on youth advisory board to advise MHANS on mental health issues that are important to teens as well as help spread the word about positive mental health at their schools and in their communities.Allyson Adams: MHANS aadams@maine207.org 847-322-3050 Cristina Ramirez: MHANS 847-404-2947http://www.mhans.org/
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