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  • Mentoring Kids from YMCA The YMCA needs your help! We have a select group of junior high aged kids who need mentors. Listed below are some areas we are looking for leadership in.SSL ...
    Posted Jan 26, 2012, 10:39 AM by Caren Brown
  • Opportunities for Athletes SportsCoaches for basketballVariety of ages and times.  Games are on Saturday’s with practices one night a weekMiscellaneousHand out hot chocolate at the Rockford Ice Festival ...
    Posted Dec 6, 2011, 8:07 AM by Caren Brown
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Mentoring Kids from YMCA

posted Jan 26, 2012, 10:39 AM by Caren Brown

The YMCA needs your help! 
We have a select group of junior high aged kids who need mentors. Listed below are some areas we are looking for leadership in.
SSL- Spanish as a second language
Art- Classes with arts (any kind)
Social Responsibility- helping out once a month or so in food pantry etc.
Fitness-special fitness classes or just physical activity games
Sports-learn a sport nights (dodge ball games)
Aquatics- once a month open swim nights

Contact for more information:

new logo blue purple.jpgToni Szczepanski

Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator

Wolverine World Wide Family YMCA

6555 Jupiter Ave. Belmont, MI. 49306

616.855.1451 direct 616.855.0180 fax I  grymca.org

 

Opportunities for Athletes

posted Dec 6, 2011, 8:05 AM by Caren Brown   [ updated Dec 6, 2011, 8:07 AM ]

Sports
Coaches for basketball
Variety of ages and times.  Games are on Saturday’s with practices one night a week


Miscellaneous
Hand out hot chocolate at the Rockford Ice Festival on January 14 from 11-4
Concession stand help: Saturday from 9a – 1p (do not have to volunteer the whole time)
Duties include selling concession stand items for our Strong Kids Fundraiser

Contact Information
Toni Szczepanski
Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator
Wolverine World Wide Family YMCA
6555 Jupiter Ave. Belmont, MI. 49306
616.855.1451 direct I 616.855.0180 fax I  grymca.org

For assistance in seeking group volunteer opportunities, contact the DU Volunteer Center

posted Feb 7, 2011, 10:42 AM by Unknown user

Contact: volunteer.center@davenport.edu

If you're seeking a volunteer opportunity for your team, student organization or group, please feel free to contact the DU Volunteer Center for assistance in connecting with your community.  To expedite the process, please answer the following questions in your email:

Is your group looking for a continuous or one-day volunteer opportunity? 

When is your group free to volunteer?  (Example: Mondays/Wednesday from 5-8pm)

How many volunteers do you have in your group?  (Example: 5-8 people)


GR disabled sports team seeks volunteer trainers for Tuesday evening practices

posted Oct 29, 2010, 10:39 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Oct 29, 2010, 11:50 AM ]

Contact:  MiDSA.MAC@gmail.com

Are you interested in volunteering? The Grand Rapids Eagles Team is looking for you! We are in need of volunteers to assist with training for our athletes with physical disabilities. We have coaches who will provide you with direction at each practice. The Eagles train throughout the school year in various sporting events and then compete in a statewide competition at MSU each spring. Dedicated volunteers have the opportunity to attend Michigan Victory Games* with the team, which takes place May 19-22, 2011. To see more about Games, visit the website at www.MichiganVictoryGames.org. Not sure? Come see what we are all about and then make up your mind. We enjoy showing visitors what we are doing!
 
When: Tuesdays, from 6 – 7:30pm |  Where: Kent ISD, south of Knapp and west of the Beltline/M-37
 
*The Michigan Victory Games differs from the Special Olympics in that the athlete's primary disability is physical rather than cognitive

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