VOLUNTEERS

Amnesty International USA: Student activist coordinator needed.

Blind Center of Nevada: Volunteers needed for youth summer camp mentors, intake clerks, computer technology mentors, and arts and crafts projects assistants.

Boys Hope Girls Hope: Dinner moms and dads, mentors, homework helpers, tutors and other volunteers needed.

Child Focus: Volunteers needed for birthday program and as chaperones, committee members, tutors and in other positions.

Make a Wish Foundation: Spanish language volunteers needed.

Opportunity Village: Volunteers needed for buddy program, thrift store and office support.

Princess Lee Foundation for Child Abuse and Neglect: Assistants, donation agents and event planners needed.

Solari Hospice Care: Volunteers needed for in-patient and home care patients as well as family volunteers.

Spirit Therapies: Volunteers needed to help with therapeutic horseback riding, clean stalls, work with special needs children, do office work and serve as board members.

Three Square: Warehouse and food recovery assistants needed.

Trauma Intervention Program: Volunteers needed for crisis teams.

United Health Group: Volunteers 60 and older needed for senior companion program.

For more information about these and other volunteer opportunities, contact the Volunteer Center of Southern Nevada at 892-2321 or on the Web at www.volunteernevada.org.

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