Browse volunteer opportunities on the Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona’s website at www.volunteersoaz.org or call for assistance at 903-3949.
Reading Seed book cleaning volunteer: Kids need books to learn to read and Reading Seed is working hard to make sure every child in the community has access to free books. Each book that the group gives away must be cleaned by a volunteer.
Groups of volunteers are welcome, but must be 14 years old and up to volunteer without a parent.
Ronald McDonald House volunteer: House volunteers help keep the house organized and clean. Duties may include answering telephones, greeting families and visitors, making up rooms, organizing kitchens, organizing the playroom, storing and organizing supplies and donations, helping with special projects, and restocking linens and kitchen, bathroom, cleaning and other supplies. Families stay at the Ronald McDonald House due to a child’s serious injury or illness while the child is being treated or is recovering.
Interfaith Community Services: Volunteers can make a difference in the life of a senior by spending time having fun. Do you like to play card games, puzzles, go to movies or go shopping? Volunteers tell the volunteer coordinator what they like to do and ICS finds a good fit for them.
Interfaith Community Services serves all areas of town and Pima County.
390th Memorial Museum: Becoming a volunteer with the 390th Memorial Museum means an opportunity to educate the public about one of the biggest historical events, World War Two, and its impact on existing generations.
Volunteer opportunities include visitor interaction on an educational basis, but may also include working hands-on with elements of history in books, documents and photo archives.