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Wayne Resource Guide Volunteer Opportunities


American Red Cross
Finger Lakes Chapter
123 W. Market St., Corning
607.936.3766
www.redcross.org
Provides assistance to: fire and disaster victims, armed forces members and families, utilities assistance, rent assistance, community training in first aid, CPR, babysitting, and disaster.

AmeriCorps - Wayne CAP, Inc.
7190 Ridge Rd., Sodus
315.483.8080
www.waynecap.org
AmeriCorps is an opportunity to make a difference in your life and the lives of those around you by "getting things done" for Wayne County. All AmeriCorps placements provide an Education Award upon successful completion of service. Many placements also provide a living stipend.

Foster Grandparent-Wayne CAP, Inc.
159 Montezuma St., Lyons
315.665.0131
www.waynecap.org
Volunteers needed, age 55 and older, for 1-1 child care setting to support area children with special needs.

Literacy Volunteers of Wayne County
12 Canal St., Lyons
315.946.5333
www.lvwayne.org
Free one-to-one and small group tutoring in reading, writing, and English as a Second Language. Flexible times and locations. Additional hours available by appointment. Eligible participants adults 18 and over (16 if out of school) who live or work in Wayne County. Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm.

NewarkWaynebanner.jpgNewark-Wayne Community Hospital and DeMay Living Center
1200 Driving Park Ave., Newark
315.332.2273
www.newarkwaynecommunityhospital.org

Retired Senior Volunteer Program
159 Montezuma St., Lyons
315.665.0131
www.waynecap.org
Opportunities for seniors age 55 and older to share life skills and experiences to answer the call of neighbors in need. Provide volunteer exercise classes, tax preparation help, transportation services with mileage reimbursement. Must be 55 years + to volunteer.

Service Unit Program - The Salvation Army
800.836.7630
Looking for individuals, teens, young adults and seniors who see needs in the Wayne County Community and want to empower themselves to respond to those needs. Needs volunteers for Service Unit committees in small communities. The Salvation Army is a local resource for people in critical need. Some types of projects/services that the Salvation Army Service provides, but is not limited to is: food baskets during the holidays, school supplies for children, scholarships for high school graduates, financial assistance for prescriptions, clothes for families in financial crisis, assistance with utility costs, food vouchers, sending children to camp, visits to nursing homes and helping your neighbor during natural disasters.

United Way of Wayne
165 E. Union St., Newark
315.331.2773
www.unitedway.org
Live United, give, advocate and volunteer. For information on current volunteer opportunities call or visit us online.



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