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Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois

Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

Contact
Angela Ventris
Phone Number
8007980833
Email
AngelaV@GirlScoutsToday.org
Website Address
2466 Pennsylvania Ave
Volunteer Need 1
Design Your Future, October 22, 2016 from 3:30pm - 8:00pm at the Dubuque YMCA/YWCA- This event provides the opportunity for middle school girls to develop leadership and mindfulness today to feel confident in their choices for the future. We are looking for 5-15 volunteers to help lead sessions on mindfulness, confidence and careers and assist with general program management (such as assisting with check in and guiding groups to stations).
Volunteer Need 2
Girl Scout Career Rally- November 19, 2016 from 8:30am - 12:15pm at the University of Dubuque. 200 girls in grades K-5 will have the opportunity to explore a variety of careers through hands on activities and interactive sessions. We are looking for 5-15 volunteers who are knowledgeable and interested in leading activities for girls based on their career (we'll work with you on the activities!). We are also looking for volunteers to assist with general program management (such as assisting with check in and guiding groups to stations).
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Dream Center

The Dubuque Dream Center is a Community Outreach Center committed to mobilizing youth and families to build on Dr. King’s Dream of transforming communities by embracing, empowering, and unifying those who live there. We strive to inspire vision and purpose through Impacting Youth, Strengthening Families, and Building Community.

The Dream Center’s long term vision includes holistic initiatives to benefit the entire community. However, initially the Dubuque Dream Center will initiate our vision to Impact Youth.

Our essential youth impact structure will include Academic Initiatives, After School Programming, and Career Assessments, goal setting, and accomplishments.

The Dream Center will provide structured programs and activities where youth and teens build relationships with caring adults, have a safe place to belong, and participate in value driven programs and activities.

Contact
Nellie Kimble
Phone Number
(563) 258-1886
Email
nelliek67@gmail.com
Website Address
http://www.dubuquedreamcenter.com/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/dubuquedreamcenter/
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/dbqdreamcenter
Volunteer Need 1
There are three primary ways you can get involved with the Dream Center. You can volunteer by being an 'in your life' mentor in one of our activities. You can serve meals and be a meal mentor. Or you can get involved in the academic center where you can tutor, mentor, and help kids academically. You can also donate meals, serve meals at the Dream Center, or donate funds. To sign up for a date for serving meals please go to the Meal Train For Dubuque Dream Center, (https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/390le8).
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Family Connections of Southwest Wisconsin

Family Connections is a non-profit organization funded through local and state grants, local fundraising, and donations. We are an organization that works for the betterment of children and families and we provide a number of services to families, child care providers, and local communities in and around Southwestern Wisconsin

Contact
Sabrina Earl
Phone Number
608-348-2846
Email
connections@familyconnectionsswwi.org
Website Address
www.familyconnectionsswwi.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/familyconnectionsswwi
Volunteer Need 1
Volunteers are important to every component of our programs and services. Parents and others who have participated in activities and programs are encouraged to volunteer their time and expertise. Some of the volunteer opportunities include: Parent to parent volunteer Childcare during programs Co-facilitator of group activities Library assistant Office assistant Activities leader Parent advisory member Provide transportation
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Girl Scouts of Wisconsin- Badgerland Council

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council, Inc., is chartered by Girl Scouts of the USA to provide Girl Scouting in south-central and southwest Wisconsin.

Badgerland Council serves girls in the following 21 counties: Buffalo, Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Dodge, Grant, Green, Iowa, Jackson, Jefferson, Juneau, La Crosse, Lafayette, Monroe, Pepin, Richland, Rock, Sauk, Trempealeau, Vernon, Walworth counties in Wisconsin plus northern Winnebago County in Illinois, Houston County in Minnesota, and Allamakee County in Iowa.

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council serves more than 7,000 girls and 2,000 adult volunteers and mentors from all socio-economic, ethnic, racial, religious, rural and urban populations.

The vision of Badgerland Council is to be the preeminent leadership organization for girls in south-central and southwest Wisconsin.

Contact
Maggie Kleisath
Phone Number
608-237-1177
Email
kleisathm@yahoo.com
Website Address
http://www.gsbadgerland.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/gsbadgerland
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/GSBadgerland
Volunteer Need 1
Be the role model she'll always remember. As a volunteer, you’ll introduce girls to new experiences that show them they’re capable of more than they ever imagined. You’ll be their cheerleader, guide, and mentor, helping them develop skills and confidence that will last a lifetime. Imagine the smiles, the excitement, the memories made—those are the moments you’ll share at Girl Scouts.
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Mary’s Inn Maternity Home

Mary’s Inn is a maternity home dedicated to the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of single pregnant mothers and their developing babies. It is a safe haven where they can stay while learning the skills they need to make a better life for themselves and their babies. The purpose of Mary’s Inn is to walk beside the women we will serve with a spirit of hope, acceptance, and love. Mary’s Inn plans to officially open its doors in June of 2015.

Contact
Michelle Croft
Phone Number
(563)552-6288
Email
Director@marysinnmaternityhome.org
Website Address
http://marysinnmaternityhome.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/marysinnmaternityhome
Volunteer Need 1
Please Consider A Gift to Mary's Inn Through: A one-time donation A three-year pledge Participation in fundraisers Matching gifts from your company A gift in memory of a loved one A charitable gift in your will
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Two by Two Education

Since 2005, Two by Two has developed research-based, character education curricula based on 21st Century education standards – the skills children need to succeed in work, school and life. Character education is a national movement creating schools and communities that foster ethical, responsible and caring young people by modeling and teaching good character through emphasis on universal values.

Contact
Kristin Woodward-Vaassen
Phone Number
(563)513-0059
Email
info@twobytwoeducation.org
Website Address
http://www.twobytwoeducation.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/twobytwoedu
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/twobytwoedu
Volunteer Need 1
Volunteer! Your support is crucial to bringing Two by Two character education into classrooms and communities. Year-round mission support, event sponsorship, cause-related marketing, and general donations provide critical funding for materials and services that help grow our character education initiatives. Whether it’s once a month, once a week, a few hours everyday, or just at special events; we want to include you in our mission! Please contact info@twobytwoeducation.org or call 563.513.0059 for more information.
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My G.E.A.R. Outreach

On average 25 children enter foster care homes within the Clinton County each year and another 25-50 Clinton County children are placed outside of Clinton County due to lack of foster homes.

It is the hope of this non profit to help support both our foster families and foster children of Clinton County. MY G.E.A.R. will Distribute Welcome Boxes and First Over Night Bags To All Children, Ages 0-18, In Clinton County Entering Foster Care For The First Time.

Welcome Boxes will include: Toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, water bottle, brushes, combs, liquid bath soap, coloring books, crayons, journals, pens, age appropriate toys, reading books, gum, and lollipops. $25.00 per box

First Over Night Bags will include: Tee-shirt, jogging pants, pair of shorts, socks, underwear, travel pillow, blanket and stuffed animal. $45.00 per bag

The mission of MY G.E.A.R. is : To GIVE the hope of Jesus To EQUIP with the most basic needs To promote ACCEPTANCE To RESTORE relationships in our community

As a community we have to opportunity to reach out to others and fill them with the supplies they need and support they want!

Contact
Elizabeth Estilow
Phone Number
(703)201-7584
Email
mygearoutreach@yahoo.com
Website Address
https://www.facebook.com/My-GEAR-Outreach-452714784898669/
Volunteer Need 1
Donations are always welcomed! Please contact Liz at 703-201-7584 for any questions or drop off locations!
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Presentation Lantern Center

At Presentation Lantern Center visitors are greeted by staff and volunteers. They receive a tutor with whom they study English; they learn practical life skills to use in a new country; they meet many people from other countries of origin; they share their stories and cultures; and they experience so much more … and all are blessed by their coming. Presentation Lantern’s mission is to offer hospitality, educational opportunities and advocacy to adult immigrants, especially women, who are striving to better their lives. Opening its doors on November 13, 2002, the center makes a difference in the lives of immigrants. Numerous friends, partners and donors have helped us become known in the greater Dubuque community. Sponsored by the Sisters of the Presentations, Dubuque, Iowa, the center is a nonprofit organization.

Contact
Sarah Gieseke
Phone Number
(563) 557-7134
Email
giesekesj@gmail.com
Website Address
https://presentationlanterndbq.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/PresentationLanternDubuque
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/LanternDBQ
Volunteer Need 1
Become a tutor of English language learners.
Volunteer Need 2
Companion children while their parents study English.
Volunteer Need 3
Assist newcomers in developing “life skills” in a new culture, such as cooking, shopping and direction-determining.
Volunteer Need 4
Celebrate with students and other volunteers at social events.
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Dubuque Multicultural Center

The Multicultural Family Center envisions a welcoming Dubuque built on a foundation of understanding and collaboration across racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups committed to producing engaged families and community members. The Center serves as an inviting and safe place for community members, stimulates connections, and provides programs to foster civic engagement and social and economic success. The Multicultural Family Center builds unity out of diversity.

Contact
Sarah Petersen
Phone Number
563-582-3681
Email
speterse@cityofdubuque.org
Website Address
http://www.mfcdbq.org/index.cfm
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/MulticulturalFamilyCenter
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/mfc_dbq
Volunteer Need 1
MFC Tutor We're looking for adults to tutor youth during the school year! Tutors will be paired with a child (grades 1st-12th) and meet with them at the MFC weekly. To become an MFC volunteer, please fill out the "MFC Adult Volunteer Application" and the "MFC Volunteer Background Check" and return the completed forms to the Multicultural Family Center. Volunteers are required to pass a Criminal History Background Check through the City of Dubuque prior to their first day of service. Applications can be found at http://www.mfcdbq.org/getinvolved/volunteer.cfm
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Hillcrest Family Services

Hillcrest Family Services enhances the lives of children, families and adults in need by teaching skills and providing information and resources. We advocate on their behalf and work collaboratively with local communities to provide a range of quality and innovative services. We share a historical relationship in our service to others with the United Methodist Church and the Presbyterian Church (USA).

Phone Number
563-583-7357
Website Address
http://hillcrest-fs.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/HillcrestFS
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/hillcrestfs
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Waypoint

Dedicated to aiding individuals experiencing crisis due to homelessness, poverty or Domestic Violence, Waypoint (formerly YWCA) has served as a vital community resource since 1894. Over the years, we’ve honored our tradition of improving lives through our stabilizing resources and services, including support that empowers domestic violence victims, shelter for homeless women and children, and proactive solutions for those in poverty. Accompanying our critical services is our cost-effective child care, designed to give children the skills they need to thrive.

Contact
Meghan Zalewski
Phone Number
1-319-365-1458
Email
mzalewski@waypointservices.org
Website Address
http://www.waypointservices.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/waypointservices
Volunteer Need 1
Domestic Violence Victim Services Volunteer: Waypoint Services, the Comprehensive Domestic Violence Victim Service provider serving Benton, Black Hawk, Buchanan, Delaware, Dubuque, Jones and Linn Counties is looking for volunteers to assist individuals experiencing controlling, abusive partners. Ideal candidates are non-judgmental, compassionate, encouraging, and empowering. Free training is provided.
Volunteer Need 2
Daytime Resource Program: Organizing donated personal hygiene items and assembling personal hygiene kits for individuals who are living in poverty and come to Waypoint for these needs. The need for volunteers is based on the amount of donations Waypoint receives.
Volunteer Need 3
May Baskets for the Homeless: Waypoint encourages groups, families and individuals to come together for a cause each Spring. Help an individual or family in need by gathering personal hygiene & feminine items, or monetary donations. These items will help women & children temporarily living in the shelter, and families living in severe poverty. Donations are accepted at Waypoint Services, 318 5th Street SE, Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.
Volunteer Need 4
Madge Phillips Center Shelter volunteer assistant: Seeking volunteers to support emergency shelter staff during overnight hours (11 p.m. - 7 a.m.).
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Riverview Center

The mission of Riverview Center, Inc. is to provide free, comprehensive sexual and domestic assault prevention, intervention, and advocacy services to citizens of Jo Daviess and Carroll counties, Illinois and Buchanan, Delaware and Dubuque counties, Iowa

Contact
Caitlyn Vrotsos
Phone Number
(563)557-0310
Email
caitlyn@riverviewcenter.org
Website Address
http://www.riverviewcenter.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/riverviewcenterinc/
Volunteer Need 1
24 HOUR CRISIS LINE VOUNTEERS The hotline provides an essential link between sexually and domestically abused individuals and our services, including recommendations of safe places to go following an assault, arrangements for emergency shelter, information regarding all medical and legal options, advocates to mediate between the survivor and medical and law enforcement personnel, service referrals and counseling. Our hotline volunteers undergo a rigorous training program and background check to ensure that the support they offer is informative, empathetic and safe.​
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Foster Grandparent Program

Project Concerns Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) enables children with special needs to achieve improved physical, mental, emotional, and social development while providing Senior Citizens an enriching and rewarding volunteer experience. Through the program, seniors 55 and older volunteer to mentor elementary school students on their reading skills. Foster Grandparents not only strengthen the community by providing valuable youth services, but by building bridges across generations and strenghtening the Dubuque Community.

Contact
Jamie Covell
Phone Number
(563)588-3980 ext. 114
Email
fgpcoordinator@project-concern.org
Website Address
http://project-concern.org/cms-view-page.php?page=foster-grandparents
Volunteer Need 1
Foster Grandparent Volunteers: Work with students aged 3 - 11 at various daycare centers, elementary schools, preschools, and community centers. Identified students work one-to-one or in a small group with the volunteer to practice literacy and math skills. Volunteers become mentors to the students they work with and develop meaningful relationships throughout their time together.
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Toys for Tots

The mission of the Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and give those toys as Christmas gifts to underprivileged children in the Dubuque area as a message of hope to the youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens.

Contact
Bryce Parks
Phone Number
563-590-3840
Email
bryce@dubuque365.com
Website Address
http://dubuque-ia.toysfortots.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/DBQToysForTots/
Volunteer Need 1
Toys for Tots will need volunteers that will be assisting in the transportation and storage of toys.
Volunteer Need 2
Volunteers will be needed to help out in our local warehouse.
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Special Places

Special Spaces was founded in July 2004 on the precedent that children battling life-threatening illnesses need their own special space.We create dream bedrooms for children with life-threatening medical illnesses. This is a place that only the child can dream or imagine while addressing their medical needs. Our focus is answering one question; Where does a child go when battling a serious illness to find peace and comfort?

Contact
Ann Decker
Phone Number
563-580-3146
Email
anndecker@specialspaces.org
Website Address
http://www.specialspaces.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/specialspacesdubuque/
Volunteer Need 1
the work required to create these dream rooms is fulfilled by volunteers on-site. If you are a contractor, handy-person, electrician, muralist, seamstress, artist or someone who is willing to help make a difference for our child in need, please contact us about becoming a Special Spaces Volunteer.
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Student Mentoring Dubuque Community Schools

Student mentoring in the Dubuque Community School District is defined as a one-to-one relationship between a youth and an adult that occurs over a prolonged period of time. The mentor provides consistent support, guidance, and concrete help to a student who is in need of a positive role model. Students involved in the mentoring program may be going through a difficult and/or challenging situation, a period of life in which they need extra support, or they may simply need to have another significant adult present in their life. The goal of student mentoring is to help students involved in the mentoring program to gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures.

Contact
Joe Streit
Phone Number
(563)552-3656
Email
jstreit@dbqschools.net
Website Address
http://www.dbqschools.org/district/programs/student-mentoring/
Volunteer Need 1
An adult interested in becoming a student mentor must be someone who will be a positive influence in a child’s life. The most crucial role for a student mentor is to be an adult who has time for a child, who cares about that child, who believes in that child, and is committed to a long term relationship with the child. It is very important to know that the relationship between the mentor and the student may be the ONLY stability the child knows, and the only time anyone spends quality time with the child. Therefore, the district asks that a student mentor spend a minimum of one hour every other week with their child. This relationship between the student and mentor takes place during the school day at the child’s school.
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Cedar Valley Friends of the Family

Cedar Valley Friends of the Family’s mission is “To provide safe shelter, confidential services, and housing assistance to individuals in crisis due to homelessness, domestic violence and sexual assault.”

Contact
Derek Stephens
Phone Number
319-269-8238
Email
derek@cvfriendsofthefamily.org
Website Address
cvfriendsofthefamily.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/Cedar-Valley-Friends-of-the-Family-168119284827/
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/CVFriendsFamily
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Mentor Dubuque

We recruit adult volunteers and match each adult with a youth in the community who is in need of a mentor. Our youth live in Dubuque and Jackson counties. Each mentor-mentee match is asked to meet for a couple of hours twice a month. Matches do things like play catch, go hiking and fishing, go out for pizza, do crafts, and a variety of other fun activities. Research shows that children with a mentor are more confident in their school work performance, less likely to skip school, less likely to begin using illegal drugs and alcohol, and get along better with their families.

Contact
Amberai Sindlinger
Phone Number
563-845-0768
Email
amberai.sindlinger@hillcrest-fs.org
Website Address
http://hillcrest-fs.org/services/youth-mentoring/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/MentorDubuque/
Volunteer Need 1
Mentor - Men and women are need to mentor each month with a community youth. You and the mentee will decide how to spend your time together which may include activities such as shooting hoops, picnicking at the park, or going to the library. Staff is available for support and supervision. We ask for a one year commitment. 4-5 Hours/Month
Volunteer Need 2
Host an Event - Mentor Dubuque is always looking for individuals/groups to organize an activity for mentors and mentees to attend. Examples of past events include cooking classes, holiday-themed parties, fishing day and Zumba classes. Open to new ideas too!
Volunteer Need 3
Bowl Dubuque - This is our biggest annual fundraiser and is held every year in April. Get a team of five together and raise money. Then come to the bowling alley for a party and silent auction. Follow us on Facebook for information.
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Foster Care Review Board

Foster Care Review Boards (FCRB)The Iowa Foster Care Review Board Program (FCRB) recruits, trains and supports community volunteers to serve on local community boards working to improve how permanency is achieved for Iowa children placed in foster care. AS many as 50 local boards meet monthly to review the status of children who have been removed from their parents. Advisory recommendations in the child’s best interests are provided by the boards to the Court and other system officials.

Contact
Kerry Brennan
Phone Number
563-538-4649/ Cell 563-568-1049
Email
kerry.brennan@dia.iowa.gov
Website Address
https://childadvocacy.iowa.gov/
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Four Mounds

Four Mounds mission is to preserve the natural, architectural and historical resources of the Four Mounds estate. We also look to educate with hands-on opportunities for youth and our community and serve through leadership, stewardship, and innovative partnerships.

Contact
Marie Fitzgerald
Phone Number
563-556-1908
Email
inn@fourmounds.org
Website Address
http://www.fourmounds.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Four-Mounds-Foundation/117941151565375?sk=photos_stream&tab=photos_albums
Volunteer Need 1
Mowing Grass - our Mounds is a beautiful respite and mowing the grass is something that’s needed on an almost full-time basis for 6 months a year. Whether it's once a week or once in a while, we could use your help.
Volunteer Need 2
Industrial Maintenance - We have a variety of buildings and vehicles that need maintenance. We know there are folks out there with the skills to help maintain our plumbing, air conditioners, boilers, vehicles and systems.
Volunteer Need 3
Woodshop - Have you seen ours? It’s pretty awesome! Refinishing furniture, fixing a screen door, or crafting a new piece of trim on our molder.
Volunteer Need 4
Gardening - We have many beds scattered throughout our site. Help us with the kitchen garden, or pick one of the other beds. If you are a master gardener... help us manage our beautiful Rock Garden. There’s lots to do so long as it rains!
Volunteer Need 5
Event Planning - Great for the organized and energetic person! We have many events (or projects) where we could use the assistance following through or leading up to our goals.
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Mentor Dubuque

Since 1997, Hillcrest Family Services has made a difference in the lives of children and youth in our community through mentorship. Supported by a professional staff and advisory council, these one-to-one relationships have helped build friendships and provided emotional support to countless youth. Research shows that children with a mentor are more confident in their school work performance, less likely to skip school, less likely to begin using illegal drugs and alcohol, and get along better with their families.

Contact
Josh Jasper
Phone Number
(563) 845-0768
Email
josh@resourcesunite.com
Website Address
http://hillcrest-fs.org/services/youth-mentoring/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/MentorDubuque
Volunteer Need 1
Mentor - Mentor each month with a community youth. You and the mentee will decide how to spend your time together which may include activities such as shooting hoops, picnicking at the park, or going to the library. We ask for a one year commitment. 4-5 Hours/Month
Volunteer Need 2
Host Event - Mentor Dubuque is always looking for individuals/groups to organize an activity for mentors and mentees to attend. Examples of past events include cooking classes, holiday-themed parties, fishing day and Zumba classes. Open to new ideas too!
Volunteer Need 3
Bowl Dubuque - This is our biggest annual fundraiser and will be held on April 11th at Creslanes. Get a team of six together and raise money. Then come to the bowling alley on the 11th and bowl for free.
Volunteer Need 4
Support Bowl Dubuque - If you can’t form a bowling team, consider donating an item for the silent auction. You may also make a monetary donation for the even by calling Mentor Dubuque at 563-845-0768.
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Crescent Community Health Center

Crescent Community Health Center is a local medical and dental clinic providing basic (primary) medical and oral health care.

Our doctors, dentists, nurse practitioners, dental hygienists and other staff offer high-quality and affordable care to anyone needing a medical and/or dental home. Our philosophy is to make you, the patient, the center of care and a partner in your treatment. The cost of our services for uninsured patients are figured on a sliding fee scale and discounted based upon the household income and size. We serve individuals and families who are uninsured, underinsured and those with various types of insurance. Patients from any area are welcomed to our practice. We are conveniently located at 1789 Elm Street in the Washington Neighborhood and across the street from Eagle Country Market.

Contact
Angela Petsche
Phone Number
(563) 552-8080
Email
apetsche@crescentchc.org
Website Address
http://www.crescentchc.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/CrescentCHC
Volunteer Need 1
Patient Advisory Group Crescent will be establishing a Patient Advisory Group made up of dental and medical patients already established at Crescent. The role of these volunteers will be to serve as an informal mechanism for involving patients and families in policy and program formation and improvement.
Volunteer Need 2
Delivery Volunteers are always needed at Crescent CHC to assist in the delivery of services. Some projects may be hours in length or project based. Volunteers may assist with the patient portal system coming in August 2014 and delivery of patient satisfaction surveys.
Volunteer Need 3
Pre-Screening Assistant Assistance with pre-screening in mass enrollment for the Affordable Care Act between November 2014 to February 2015.
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The Mop Shop

The Mop Shop is the brain-child of Mindy and Missy Dalgarn who became aware of the need for cleaning supplies during the 2013 holiday season. They were surprised and saddened to discover that a significant number of county residents included “cleaning supplies” on their holiday wish lists hanging on the angel tree in the lobby of a local bank. In follow-up conversations with various community agencies, food pantries, and the regional food bank, it became clear that while the need was acknowledged, food pantries’ primary focus was, understandably, on the procurement and distribution of food. Based upon the premise that if people cannot afford food, they likely cannot afford cleaning supplies, The Mop Shop was created. Its most basic goal is to insure families possess the primary ingredients necessary to live in a clean, safe, and healthy environment, an environment that enhances an individual’s self esteem. With a donation of space from the Village of Elizabeth and a seed grant from The Pollination Project, The Mop Shop opened its doors in the Municipal Building last August. The shop is open every Monday, with the exception of holidays, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. In just 6 months, nearly 250 clients and family members, from nine communities within the county, have registered. Clients need only indicate that they are “in need” and complete a one-time registration sheet. Operating as a NON 501(c)(3) charitable organization, The Mop Shop relies solely on the generosity and goodwill of local businesses, community organizations, churches, schools, family and friends. TMS received early support from Tammy’s Piggly Wiggly, Timothy’s Table, Gasser’s True Value, the University of Illinois Extension, Galena Bible Church, and the employees at Premier Bank in Dubuque. Since then, The Lord of Love Lutheran Church in Galena has designated the third Sunday of every month as “Mop Shop Sunday,” Galena’s Taste of Home Cooking School donated $500, and the Galena Territory Association office staff, Apple River State Bank, friends and family made generous donations over the holidays. Most recently, 12 cases of mops and brooms were donated by the Libman Company, a $250 donation was received from Premier Bank, and the Jo Daviess County 4-H Federation is putting the finishing touches on a winter “Rag Drive.” Goals for 2015 include increasing the organization’s outreach, adding to its volunteer roster, partnering with the county transit system to provide transportation to clients, promoting TMS through social media and continued donation solicitation. While the local Mop Shop has continued to grow, it is the Dalgarns’ ultimate vision that THIS Mop Shop be the first among many and that it serve as a blueprint for others in the Tri-State area and throughout the nation. To learn more visit www.themopshop.org or find The Mop Shop on Facebook. For further information, please contact Missy Dalgarn at 815-776-0012 or melissadalgarn@hotmail.com

Contact
Missy Dalgarn
Phone Number
815-776-0012
Email
melissadalgarn@hotmail.com
Website Address
http://www.themopshop.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Mop-Shop/906095086085959
Volunteer Need 1
TMS Volunteer-Mondays 10:30 am - 1:15 pm. Meet, greet, and register clients. Monitor and track cleaning supplies selected. Set one table and three chairs in the lobby area prior to opening and tear down at closing. This shop is very small - 8 X 13 feet. Please take the opportunity to view our website for pictures and additional information. We seek volunteers who are friendly, supportive, compassionate, respectful of others, and wish to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
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Shalom Spirituality Center

Shalom Spirituality Center is a sacred space in a peaceful environment. The word “shalom” is a Hebrew word in Scripture that means peace. Shalom offers a great variety of individualized and group retreat opportunities and programs for persons of all ages, cultures and religious affiliations. Programs and retreats integrate spirituality in mind, body and heart. Programs exist for spiritual growth along with a prayerful environment for deepening one’s prayer life. Other emphases include: support and renewal for married persons, widowed and divorced and inter-generational groups such as grandparents/grandchildren; creating awareness, educating and supporting dialogue regarding different cultures and social issues; support and education for those who are in the grieving process; prayer opportunities such as Taize Prayer and Centering Prayer; promotion of physical and mental well being such as Tai Chi and Yoga; spiritual direction, a labyrinth and meditation garden, and relating to the arts — music and writing. A wellness center for therapeutic massage and healing touch is available for all attendees. Religious, nonprofit, civic, education, business and professional groups may rent the Shalom facility for meetings, staff/board retreats, spiritual gatherings, etc. (a few hours, a day, overnight or longer). Four conference rooms with a variety of sizes and decors are available to accommodate groups of 10-50. The chapel offers flexible seating for groups up to 130 people. Fifty-five private bedrooms (some double occupancy) and can sleep up to 75 people). Shalom’s food service department can accommodate your group’s snack and meal needs. (Special dietary needs can be accommodated.) Shalom’s atmosphere of spirituality and peacefulness attracts many groups and they return annually because they enjoy hospitality, central air conditioning, free wi-fi, reasonable rates and more. Background: Shalom Retreat Center was established in 1989 as a ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis and is included under the Sisters of St. Francis’ 501(c)(3) status. The building was constructed in 1881. In 1989, it became Shalom Retreat Center. The center is located adjacent to an 81-acre prairie and has many safe walking paths. In 2014, we changed the name of our Center from Shalom Retreat Center to Shalom Spirituality Center because the board and staff felt the word, “spirituality” describes our ministry in the 21st century. Shalom offers a significant amount of assistance for those unable to afford the full cost of a given program or retreat through contributed services and reduced fees. Shalom also keeps its fees very affordable. Shalom offers seekers an experience of place. The spirits of St. Francis and St. Clare and the Sisters of Saint Francis offer a stillpoint to an increasingly chaotic world. Shalom holds out an alternative to the stress and shifting sands of today’s living, and instead focuses retreatants on living lives of faith and deepening spirituality, which is life-giving and lasting.

Contact
Dana Weitz
Phone Number
5635823592
Email
dweitz@shalomretreats.org
Website Address
http://www.shalomretreats.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/shalomretreats
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/shalomretreats
Volunteer Need 1
We have several scheduled retreats this summer where we will need volunteers to help with dishes. This is typically about 1.5 hours per meal. Volunteers are generally scheduled about a week in advance. This would be for dishes (run through machine): July 17th Supper 5:15 || July 18-22 Breakfast 7:45, Lunch 11:45, Supper 5:15 || July 23 breakfast 7:45 || August 5th Supper 5:15 || August 6th Breakfast 7:45, Lunch 11:45, Supper 5:15 || August 7th Breakfast 7:45, Lunch 11:45 || August 12th Supper 5:15 August 13th Breakfast 7:45, Lunch 11:45, Supper 5:15 August 14th Breakfast 7:45, Lunch 11:45
Volunteer Need 2
Shalom Meditation Garden flower gardener plant, water, and weed flower beds. April 30 - Oct. 1, 2016. 6 - 8 hours per week.
Volunteer Need 3
Shalom South Patio and Hosta Plant flower gardener: plant, water, and weed flower beds/pots. April 30 - Oct. 1, 2016. 6 - 8 hours per week (includes hostas by south patio and where grotto used to be).
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St. Stephen’s Food Bank

St. Stephen’s Food Bank mission is to work in partnership with local non-profit organizations by distributing cost effective food recovery services to those in need.

Contact
Kathy Hutton
Phone Number
563-557-7474
Email
Kathy@ststephensfoodbank.org
Website Address
Http://www.ststephensfoodbank.org
Volunteer Need 1
Fundraising and community outreach events
Volunteer Need 2
Sorting and moving food product in the warehouse
Volunteer Need 3
Cleaning of the warehouse
Volunteer Need 4
Picking up donated product from local donors
Volunteer Need 5
Handy people with skills
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Dubuque Rebuilds Nepal

This is an effort to raise money to help rebuild a village or two (in rural parts of Nepal), so that families and children have access to at least water, food, shelter and medicine. Once the relief/aid agencies leave the country, a lot more work will be left to be done. Many communities have been completely destroyed. Manisha Paudel, a resident of Dubuque who is originally from Nepal, will be working with her contacts in Nepal to assess needs in some of the rural villages in the Lamjung district. Some of the basic needs, like food, shelter and clothing, will continue to be some of the most needed things. Manisha will also strategize plans to work with these communities on long-term survival and basic development plans.

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Contact
Manisha Paudel
Phone Number
563-639-4701
Email
manisha.paudel@gmail.com
Website Address
https://www.resourcesunite.com
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Compass to Care Childhood Cancer Foundation

Compass to Care ensures children, whose parents have a financial need, can access life-saving cancer treatment. We carry out this mission by paying for all travel arrangements to get these children from their homes to the hospital for cancer treatment. These expenses include: airfare, bus fare, car rental, gasoline, lodging, parking fees, taxi fees, train fare, and/or tolls. Compass to Care’s beneficiaries are: Children under the age of 18, who have been diagnosed with cancer, and who are currently in an active cancer treatment. Children whose parents demonstrate a financial need. Children who live in and are traveling within the contiguous United States.

Contact
Christine Rapp, Program Manager --- Michelle Ernsdorff, Founder
Phone Number
Christine: 563-231-0458 --- Michelle: 312-515-9490
Email
Christine: assistant@compasstocare.org --- Michelle: michelle@compasstocare.org
Website Address
http://www.CompassToCare.org
Facebook Page
http://www.Facebook.com/CompassToCare
Twitter Page
http://www.twitter.com/CompassToCare
Volunteer Need 1
Office Volunteers: Compass to Care seeks volunteers to come to our Dubuque office each month to help with any projects that need attention. This may include writing thank you notes, making calls to our donors, or anything that needs to get done. Have an hour or two? Join us in the beautiful Schmid Innovation Center! Volunteers can signup on our website, http://compasstocare.org/current-volunteer-opportunities/
Volunteer Need 2
Compass to Care at Dubuque Farmer's Market. Are you an early riser who loves being outside? Then we need you! Compass to care will be manning a booth at the Dubuque Farmer's Market on August 27, 2016 and we need several bright-eyed, enthusiastic people to help us promote Replace the Lace, Dina Dolls and Compass to Care, and of course, accept donations! Three 2-hour shifts are available. If you have questions, please contact Christine in the Dubuque office at 563-231-0458 or assistant@compasstocare.org. Location: 13th & Iowa- Booth B. 1st Shift: 8/27/2016, 6:30 AM-8:30 AM. 2nd Shift: 8/27/2016, 8:30 AM-10:30 AM. 3rd Shift: 8/27/2016, 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM. Please signup on our website, http://compasstocare.org/current-volunteer-opportunities/
Volunteer Need 3
Calling all Jazz fans! We are manning a booth at Dubuque... And All That Jazz on Friday, September 2, 2016. If you love outdoor festivals, live music (The Lonely Goats), and promoting Compass to Care, then this is the opportunity for you! We need several volunteers in 2-hour shifts throughout the evening to help promote Replace the Lace, the Dina Dolls and Compass to Care, and of course, accept donations! Questions? Contact Christine in the Dubuque office at 563-231-0458 or assistant@compasstocare.org. Location: Under the Town Clock at 7th & Main. We are sharing a booth with Dubuque Main Street. The booth is located just north of the stage area - the perfect location for showing off our gold shoelaces and Dina Dolls! 1st Shift: 9/2/2016, 4:00 PM -6:00 PM. 2nd Shift: 9/2/2016, 6:00 PM -8:00 PM. 3rd Shift: 9/2/2016, 8:00 PM -10:00PM. Please signup on our website, http://compasstocare.org/current-volunteer-opportunities/
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Helping Services for Northeast Iowa

For over 40 years Helping Services has been promoting the health and well-being of children and adults. We work to end domestic violence and child abuse; build healthy families, friendships, and relationships; and empower people to stop the future misuse and illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Our teams provide presentations, research-based programs, trainings, and advocacy to work with community members in creating safe, nurturing, and healthy environments.

Contact
Erin
Phone Number
563-387-1720
Email
ecorradi@helpingservices.org
Website Address
http://www.helpingservices.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/helpingservices
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/helpingservices
Volunteer Need 1
Third Party Fundraiser | To keep our mission moving forward, we have a large fundraising goal each year. Luckily, local folks share in our goal to stop misuse and illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. These folks host dinners, donate their birthday, or come up with other creative ways to raise dollars for that mission. We are excited to work with you. This form will help us work together: https://docs.google.com/a/helpingservices.org/forms/d/1P5GYZ41EPP_GQqk68R_HDMsmVdSBedu983wx_YeVNV4/viewform
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Opening Doors

Opening Doors is the non-profit organization that operates the Maria House and Teresa Shelter. Our mission is to offer hospitality and opportunity to women, alone or with children, who need emergency or transitional housing and related support services. Since beginning in 2000, Opening Doors has served over 2,400 homeless women and children.

Contact
Jessica Bleile
Phone Number
563-582-7480.
Email
jbleile@openingdoorsdbq.org
Website Address
http://www.openingdoorsdbq.org
Facebook Page
http://www.facebook.com/openingdoorsdbq
Volunteer Need 1
Volunteer Photographer-- needed for events such as our Opening Doors Dash on Saturday, April 11, 2015. Photographer needed on this date 8-10 am. Photographer will need to provide electronic files and rights to the images.
Volunteer Need 2
Volunteers needed for Trivia Night on Friday, March 6 at Clarke Univeristy. Various positions between 3-10 pm. Help includes registration, selling raffle tickets, scoring, running answer sheets between teams and scorer, etc.
Volunteer Need 3
Opening Doors Dash on Saturday, April 11 from 8am-11am. We will have a variety of volunteer needs at the race and with children's activities, contact jbleile@openingdoorsdbq.org for more information.
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March of Dimes

We help moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. If something goes wrong, we offer information and comfort to families. We research the problems that threaten our babies and work on preventing them.

Contact
Lindsey Gruber
Phone Number
319-247-5643
Email
lgruber@marchofdimes.org
Website Address
http://www.marchofdimes.org/iowa/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/marchofdimesiowa
Volunteer Need 1
March for Babies (April 23, 2016) - Kid's Activities Area, Set up/Tear down, Registration, Route Assistance, Parking, Balloon Release. 4 Hours.
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Birthright of Dubuque

We offer love, friendship, and support to women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. Birthright services are always free, non-judgmental and confidential. We can also provide information, referrals, and resources to help the woman help herself. Birthright is unique, and available 24/7 through our toll-free helpline. Birthright is not involved in any religious movements, political activities, or lobbying. Birthright’s focus is on loving the mother, reminding her that there is hope and ensuring she is not alone. Our new location is at 221 W. 9th Street in Dubuque.

Contact
Angie Breitbach
Phone Number
5635561991
Email
dubuque@birthright.org
Website Address
http://birthright.org/en/landingpage/lp-dubuque
Volunteer Need 1
Office Volunteer: 9 hours a month. Answer the phone, greet clients, assist clients in finding resources to meet their needs.
Volunteer Need 2
Testing Volunteer: 9 hours a month. Administer pregnancy tests, answer the phone, greet clients, assist clients in finding resources to meet their needs.
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Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

The Iowa CASA program recognizes the importance of advocating for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system. The Iowa CASA program solely provides trained and qualified community individuals to advocate for the best interests of children who come before the court as a direct result of abuse or neglect as defined by the state child welfare laws. All Iowa CASAs must submit an application, provide three personal references, complete a personal interview with CASA staff, pass background checks, complete thirty (30) hours of pre-service training and take an Oath of Confidentiality with a Judge before being appointed to a case.

Contact
Kerry Brennan
Phone Number
563-538-4649
Email
Kerry.brennan@dia.iowa.gov
Website Address
https://childadvocacy.iowa.gov/staticpages/index.php?page=HoeferCoordinator
Volunteer Need 1
Court Appointed Special Advocates Upon completion of pre-service application and training requirements, CASAs are assigned to a case. CASAs meet with the child in person at least once every 30 days and gather information from professionals about the child and case in order to make informed recommendations to the Juvenile Court regarding the best interest of the child. Additional duties include: attending meetings, reading case file information, writing reports for court, and attending court hearings. CASAs average 8-10 hours per month working on a case. CASAs also obtain 12 hours of in-service training each year.
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Dubuque Bike Coop

Our mission is to build community by utilizing bicycles to promote healthy living and wellness along with environmental sustainability. We are a volunteer-run non-profit operating under the 501(c)(3) status of the Dubuque Rescue Mission. We accept donated bicycles, repair them, and check them out to members of the community. Bikes are checked out for a period of three months. Deposits typically range from $50 to $100, depending on the quality of the bike. At the end of the three month period, if the patron returns the bicycle in similar condition, the full deposit minus a $25 shop fee will be returned. The bicycle is then tuned up to be checked out again. If the patron chooses to keep the bicycle beyond the three month check-out period, the bicycle’s City of Dubuque license will be transferred to the patron, and the bike is theirs to keep. Volunteer mechanics meet Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights from 6-8pm at the Coop space located at 2206 Central Avenue. Both experienced bike mechanics and those who would like to learn the art are welcome. Bike checkouts occur on a weekly basis and once per month at the downtown Farmers Market during the summer months.

Contact
Rob Williams
Phone Number
(319) 621-4455
Email
dubuquebikes@gmail.com
Website Address
http://www.dubuquebikecoop.org/
Volunteer Need 1
General volunteers - people to help with the day-to-day operations: taking in donations, organizing bikes/parts, talking with patrons, assisting with bike checkouts, learning/repairing bikes.
Volunteer Need 2
We would love to have a volunteer take over as webmaster: updating our website and posting information to social media.
Volunteer Need 3
Database administrator: create and maintain a database for our bikes and volunteers.
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Project Concern

Project Concern educates and empowers those in need by providing personalized information and lasting solutions. The 211 call center provides individualized referrals and serves as the community’s Homeless Hotline. 211 is free, confidential and available 24/7. Project Concern’s Homeless Coordinator provides case management to clients who need immediate shelter and who are working towards independent living. The Shelter Plus Care program provides supportive services and permanent housing for those who are homeless with disabilities. The Foster Grandparent Program engages low-income seniors in the community in volunteering at local schools, reading with children. Project Concern strives to connect people to services, promote self sufficiency, provide information and advocacy, and encourage involvement.

Contact
Amy Hendricks
Phone Number
563-588-3980
Email
financeco@project-concern.org
Website Address
http://project-concern.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/pcdbq
Volunteer Need 1
211 Operator - Volunteers complete a training in order to be able to answer 211 calls anytime Mon-Fri (8-4) and provide information and referrals directly to those in need. A committment of 2 hours per week is requested with this volunteer opportunity.
Volunteer Need 2
Foster Grandparents - If you are 55 or older and enjoy working with children, please contact Project Concern to apply for the Foster Grandparent Program. Volunteers receive a stipend of $2.65 an hour for their service.
Volunteer Need 3
Receptionist/Clerical - The receptionist is the first person individuals meet when they enter Project Concern! Project Concern is looking for a warm, welcoming and out-going individual to help with receptionist duties Monday-Friday. Agency hours are 8am-4pm. Tasks include answering phone calls and directing clients to the proper department, greeting walk-ins and assisting staff with various administrative projects
Volunteer Need 4
Special Projects - Please share your interests and skills with us in order for us to identify a project for you to assist us with.
Volunteer Need 5
Fundraising Committee - if you would like to help with the planning or implementation of an agency fundraiser, please contact us.
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Loras College Duhawk Dance Marathon

Duhawk Dance Marathon is a student led organization on campus that fundraises all year long for Iowa Children’s Hospital. It is part of the Children’s Miracle Network, and all proceeds made go directly to the kids. The programs we fund help to create a little bit of normalcy for the kids and their families while they are staying in the hospital. At the end of the year we will celebrate our year long efforts with a day long event from 12PM to 12AM where we will be on our feet dancing, playing games and activities, and hanging out with our miracle families. Loras is the #1 fundraising school per capita and we plan to stay at the top for our kids!

Contact
Emily Steepleton
Phone Number
3195607555
Email
emily.steepleton@loras.edu
Website Address
http://loras.edu/
Volunteer Need 1
Help at the Registration Table from 11am-4pm. Check guests/dancers in: give them t-shirts, nametags, keep cashbox guarded at all times.
Volunteer Need 2
Help at the Registration Table from 11-4. Check guests/dancers in: give them t-shirts, nametags, keep cashbox guarded at all times.
Volunteer Need 3
DJ set up 11am-12pm. Meet TJ the DJ in the turnaround to help carry equipment into the ballrooms. After TJ has equipment unloaded, direct him to park in the ACC lot.
Volunteer Need 4
Live Band Karaoke set up 5pm-8pm. Help carry equipment and assemble equipment. Help direct with the microphones. Help tear down equipment and load into vehicles.
Volunteer Need 5
Clean Up help 9:50pm-?. Stay in Graber center and help pick up any garbage. Help Tear down inflatables, Bring games back to the ACC, put basketballs, volleyballs back into intramural cage.
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Reach & Rise Mentor Program of the Dubuque Community YMCA/YWCA

The Dubuque Community YMCA/YWCA, utilizing Christian principles, creates opportunities for growth, leadership, and empowerment for women, men, and youth by building healthy mind, spirit and body with emphasis on respect, responsibility, caring and honesty, and the elimination of racism and prejudices. The Reach & Rise Mentoring Program connects caring, responsible, dependable mentors with youth who lack role models & are in communities challenged by poverty, crime, single-parent households, or are facing other social issues.

Contact
Jennie Weber, Program Director
Phone Number
563-556-3371
Email
jweber@dubuquey.org
Website Address
http://www.dubuquey.org/
Volunteer Need 1
Reach & Rise is looking for responsible, caring adults (23yrs of age or older) willing to commit 1 year to help foster the healthy development and growth of youth. Mentors will participate in a 15hr training and submit to a background check. Mentors & Mentees receive on-going support from the Reach & Rise Director to help both individuals meet goals. Become a MENTOR; change two lives!
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St. Mark Youth Enrichment

We believe that every child should have the opportunity to succeed. St. Mark Youth Enrichment provides Before, After and Summer enrichment learning with a focus on youth who are from low income families and attend the downtown Title 1 elementary schools.

Contact
Amanda Avenarius
Phone Number
5635826211
Email
aavenarius@stmarkyouthenrichment.org
Website Address
http://www.stmarkyouthenrichment.org
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Mark-Youth-Enrichment/224177307673609
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/SMYEnrichment
Volunteer Need 1
Before School Program Volunteer-Hours: 7AM-8:30 AM daily-This person impacts students by getting them ready for the school day and working hands on with them to complete enrichment activities.
Volunteer Need 2
After School Program Volunteer-Hours: M,T,Th,F 3PM-5:30 PM, W 1:30-5:30 PM-This person impacts students through helping with homework, creating a community atmosphere, and helping with enrichment activities including local field trips.
Volunteer Need 3
Summer Program Volunteer-June 23rd-August 1st-Noon-5:30 PM daily-This person gets to be a part of the exciting summer enrichment program focused on literacy as well as social development. The theme this year is Fizz, Bang, Boom and Zoom! with a focus on the sciences.
Volunteer Need 4
Special Events Volunteers-These come up throughout the year but we are always looking for volunteers and any time they can give! Apples for Students-June-August, Jingle Bell Hop- December, Sponsor Angels- December, Ice Golf-February, Gallery of Growing-April/May, Annual Dinner-September
Volunteer Need 5
Guest Reader-Students love to meet influential and respected people in the community! Share your favorite story or book from when you were a child and let them know what you do! This can be done during before, after, or summer learning.
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Green Iowa AmeriCorps

Operated through the University of Northern Iowa’s Center for Energy and Environmental Education, Green Iowa AmeriCorps is a community service program. Our organization was founded in 2009 to address conservation and sustainable usage of energy resources in several Iowa communities as they struggled to rebuild from the devastating floods of 2008. Since the start of the flood recovery, Green Iowa AmeriCorps has been an active community partner. Members are trained as energy auditors and contribute to a comprehensive home energy program. Other involvement in the community includes deconstruction projects, creating energy educational programs for all ages, and assisting in the development of energy-related community outreach events. With the addition this year of the new site in Fairfield, we now have six sites spread throughout Iowa in Black Hawk, Dubuque, Jefferson, Linn, Polk, and Winneshiek counties.

In 2010 Green Iowa AmeriCorps was listed as one of the most innovative AmeriCorps programs in “Transforming Communities through Service: A Collection of 52 of the Most Innovative AmeriCorps Programs in the United States” by Americas Service Commissions and Innovations in Civic Participation. Chosen from 1,100 State Service Commission programs, Green Iowa AmeriCorps was selected for our weatherization and energy audit services. According to the publication, these services produce a lasting community impact by “providing residents with reduced utility bills and the education to become more conscious of energy use. This will enable Iowans to reduce overall demand for power and promote an energy-independent state.” In addition, we were recognized for our collaborative efforts with other service programs and for potential of program replication.

Contact
Annette Crady
Phone Number
563-690-6032
Email
acrady55@gmail.com
Website Address
http://www.greeniowaamericorps.org/
Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/GreenIowaAmericorps
Twitter Page
https://twitter.com/GreenIowaAC
Volunteer Need 1
We are always looking for volunteers to help with different projects throughout the year related to sustainability. We have one in particular we need volunteers for on Saturday, July 25th 2015 from 11:00am-4:00pm at the Dubuque Rescue Mission Garden for Dubuque's 1st Annual Summer Sustainability Fair.
Volunteer Need 2
*Pizza~ Help prep, make, take orders and donations at the pizza stand.
Volunteer Need 3
*Recycle/Compost~ Stand by the recycle/compost areas to educate/help people on what to recycle and compost.
Volunteer Need 4
*Fair Games~ Be in charge of running a fair game and giving out prizes.
Volunteer Need 5
*General Volunteering~ Set up/take down event, flyering neighborhoods, be available during the event for general volunteering.