Cooper High School
Community Service Opportunities
National Cleanup Day - volunteers
Date: September 17th, 2022
Time: 9am - 12pm
Location: Oakbrook Road (meet at Oakbrook Park, 6605 Oakbrook Road, Florence)
Register here: https://forms.gle/bJR8JCKADSoLajTP7
Email: email@example.com for further information
Drive litterbugs out of Boone County by helping us clean up Boone County's roads! Partnered with the Boone County Conservation District, we are eliminating blight off of Oakbrook Road, a popular road in Boone County that unfortunately sees a lot of litter. FREE t-shirts are provided for your efforts!
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
- Saturday, November 5th 2022 - 7:00am until 2:30pm
- Work a full day
- Breakfast and lunch provided
- Children 12+ (with adult) can volunteer
- Fulfill any community service hours
- Gain pride in giving back to your community
Thomas More Stadium, 7950 Freedom Way, Florence
Interested email firstname.lastname@example.org
ReStore - Habitat for the Community - weekend shifts available
We would love to have your help at our Florence ReStore location. Volunteer tasks may include cleaning, assisting with inventory, unloading trucks, and more. Volunteers should be friendly, outgoing & comfortable interacting with the public.
- Address: 8309 US 42 Florence, KY 41042
- Shifts: 9:30am - 1pm and 2:00pm - 5:30pm
- Minimum age: All volunteers must be 14 years of age or older to volunteer at the ReStore. All volunteers who are 14-15 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian and any volunteers under the age of 18 also need to have a waiver signed by their parent/guardian.
- Clothing: Volunteers must wear closed-toed shoes.
- Working Conditions: Warehouse and outdoor
- COVID Protocol: Facial masks are the protocol for all employees and volunteers in all ReStores and are recommended for customers.
Click here to volunteer - you must create an account first.
Mary Rose Mission
What: Assist with preparing or serving an evening meal
Where: 272 Main Street, Florence 41042
When: Meals are currently served 4:00-6:00 PM each Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Click here to volunteer (for online calendar)
- All volunteers must be high school age or older. 8th Grade students may volunteer with an adult.
- Everyone must wear closed toe shoes for safety
- Bring a hat or a hairnet will be provided
- Park in the rear of the building closest to the guest entrance
- Cook shift should arrive at 11:00 AM (unless directed otherwise by the lead cook)
- Serving shift should arrive promptly at 3:30 PM (2nd shift). The 2nd shift is expected to stay until their shift has been completed (approximately 6:30 PM).
- In case you need to cancel on your assigned day, please change your assignment on SignUp AND leave a message on our voicemail at 859-292-0300.
Boone County Public Library Volunteers
How to Become a Volunteer
BCPL has many potential opportunities for volunteers. Look at our Volunteer Opportunities to see which one best fits your interests and experience. Please fill out and return a Volunteer Application, which is available online at http://www.bcpl.org/docs/library/volunteer.pdf. You may also pickup an application at any branch. Copies are also available on the Cooper Community Service Bulletin Board.
Boonespring Transitional Care Center
Please contact email@example.com for further information on volunteering.
High School Donors
High School Donors - All Types Welcome - Students can earn 1 service hour
Click here for the Hoxworth Blood Center - Schedule page or phone (513) 451-0910.
Did you know that more than 13 percent of our total yearly blood collections come from high school blood drives? In fact, during the last school year, there were approximately 12,000 donors at high school blood drives. Since one donation can save up to three lives, about 36,000 tri-state patients were helped by students in just one year.
When donating, students should give Hoxworth the code A412 for Cooper or if they forget the code BCS is for Boone County Schools.
Please also email Ms. Hall in order that she can keep an accurate record. Students can earn 1 service hour.
Go Pantry Volunteers
Boone County Arboretum
Contact: Lacey Kessell - Volunteer Co-ordinator
Volunteers are needed to help maintain the Arboretum grounds, and staff public events. Grounds activities include helping plant gardens, pruning, weeds, and facilities improvement projects. Volunteers are also needed for special events to direct & park traffic, and to perform various other event related tasks. Link to volunteer information - https://bcarboretum.org/volunteer
Florence Park Care Center - Volunteer Opportunities
Bridgeport Health Care - Volunteer Opportunities
Shari the Bag Lady - Community Service Project
Scheben Care Volunteer Opportunities
This is a facility that provides adult daycare fo people who have cerebral palsy, autism, a developmental disability. Alzheimer's or closed head injuries. They may also possibly be stroke victims.
- Front office - filing, answering phones and pulling carts
- Adult Daycare - assist clients with craft projects, recreational activities, bingo, game playing
- Garden Therapy - care for plants or work with daycare clients in the garden.
- Set up rooms - clean rooms
Boone County Animal Shelter
The Boone Country Animal Shelter has a Teen Summer Program for students 13 and up that runs May - August - you need to have a parent with you to volunteer.
For more information call 859-586-5285.
As part of our graduation requirement, each student needs to have completed 20 hours of community service hours prior to graduating.
It is recommended that students perform 5 hours of community service for each school year they are enrolled at Cooper, instead of accumulating the hours within one school year. Deadline for Seniors to submit hours is February 15th of each year. Students are required to fill out a community service hours form and return the completed form to the Library Media Center.
Students can view service hours through their Infinite Campus Portal and are encouraged to keep track of their own hours.