Are you a good citizen?
Calling All Wake County High School Teens
Are you a teenager (Grades 9 – 12 in fall of 2018) with a passion for serving your community?
- Do have interests in growing your leadership skills?
- Do you live in Wake County?
If so, Note In The Pocket wants you! Local nonprofit Note In the Pocket is looking for passionate and articulate youth representatives from various schools and communities within Wake County to participate on the 2018 - 2019 Teen Board.
Teen Board’s Mission Statement
“Teens providing school clothes to children in Wake County with dignity and love.”
Teen Board Applications will be available on Noteinthepocket/TeenBoard March 15 – April 15.
The Deadline to submit Teen Board Applications is April 30, 2018.
For questions, please contact email@example.com.
Wake Forest Arbor Day Event
They are looking for volunteers to assist with a multitude of activities at the roughly 4 hr event. Tasks may include helping with the Tree Seedling giveaway, handing out educational materials about specific trees at the park's "Tree Trail", helping with children’s events, or serving as “gophers” by assisting the various food vendors and exhibitors with their needs. This year we want a few students to document the event's happenings as social media ambassadors.
All volunteers are provided with a cool t-shirt in their size and a water bottle. This event can be used to fulfill the student's community service requirement, they just need to bring their form for us to sign with them. The second week of March is the target date for sending out a Sign Up Genius to interested volunteers. Interested students or parents can email or call me with any questions about this event. I regret the town's website lists April 21 and April 22 as the event's date so it may be confusing for anyone checking this out online. I'm working on fixing this but it is taking a lot longer than expected.
Town of Wake Forest Urban Forestry Advisory Board
Community Services Event at Umstead State Park
The Umstead Coalition is sponsoring its annual Walk/Run/Bike for Umstead event on Saturday, April 21, 2018 to celebrate Earth Day and help Raleigh residents become more aware of the treasures of our beautiful state park.
We need Community Service volunteers to help with many tasks, including the following:
● Site setup the week before the event
● Site take-down
● Parking assistance
● Route tables
● Children’s activities
Volunteers can be students, faculty, families and friends, or anyone interested in helping with this event. Note: Those under the age of 18 need a guardian-signed consent form.
A big benefit of volunteering is getting COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS.
The Umstead Coalition is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. ALL efforts benefit William B. Umstead State Park.
Please visit the Umstead Coalition website to join in the fun for this year and get your preferred volunteer time slot(s).
How to apply:
1. Go to http://umsteadcoalition.org/event-2799103 or:
For questions, call or email:
(919) 630-7959 or (919) 852-2268
Progressive Turnout Project Fellowship - Internship Opportunity!
Progressive Turnout Project (PTP) is a grassroots political action committee with a single mission: get Democrats to the polls. We’ve realized that democracy isn’t something that happens every two years in November -- it’s something we must participate in everyday!
We created the Progressive Turnout Project Community Action Network (PTPCAN) after the 2016 election because constituent advocacy is more important now than ever before. PTPCAN is led by a team of staffers who work in targeted districts across the country. These staffers work with local activists to identify important local issues, organize visible and effective advocacy, and pressure Trump-supporting legislators to create a culture of political participation that will advance progressive ideas year-round. We are building a long-term organizing effort in North Carolina.
Over the coming months, we will be organizing phone banks, canvasses, press events, and skill building trainings on organizing tactics. Whether you're a student who wants to learn the ins and outs of organizing, retired and hoping to raise your level of commitment, or anyone in between, the Resistance Fellowship program is for you.
We're relying on energetic and passionate people to help build a long-term infrastructure. We’re looking for a few committed Resistance Fellows to join our team!
The Fellowship program is designed to test, train, and develop the next generation of resistance leaders and community organizers. Organizing is inspiring, complex, moving, and difficult work.
This is an unpaid position. Fellows who complete the program will leave with a full understanding of the tools, tactics, and language that organizers use to make change in their communities. Fellows will be members of the organizing team in North Carolina. They will: - Engage new potential volunteers through phone calls and canvassing. - Hold 1 on 1 meetings with potential volunteers to develop relationships. - Enter, organize, and maintain the data from all of our interactions in communities. - Attend and host skill building trainings with our community partners, and volunteers. - Plan and execute events with other staff, interns, and volunteers within the community. - Commit a minimum of 10 hours per week to the program. (Class credit can be arranged.) To Apply, Email a Resume and Cover Letter To: Gina Cruz, North Carolina State Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Right Time Kids
Monday - Friday from 3:00 - 4:30pm.
Need volunteers to help children with homework, snack time and play.
If you are interested, please contact:
The Giving Tree
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots – VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me at email@example.com and I can sign you up manually.Thank you for your participation and s
B.W. Wells Association -Historic site on Falls Lake open to the public
B.W. Wells Homestead – Rock Cliff Farm, Falls Lake NC 27587
Church Net - A non-denominational volunteer organization that provides charitable support for people in crises
121 E. South Street, Wake Forest, NC (Old train Depot)
Daughters of American Revolution - Veterans Memorial Service, continuing education of historical documents & events
Friends of the Wake Forest Public Library - Annual used book sale benefiting the local library
P.O. Box 207, Wake Forest NC 27588
Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment - Support the arts in schools & all areas of downtown Wake Forest
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Haywood Hall Museum House and Gardens - Historical museum open to the public in Raleigh historic district
211 New Bern Place, Raleigh, NC 27601
Hospice of Wake County Foundation - Provide free support services to terminally ill
250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC 27614
July 4th Committee - 4th of July fireworks show and free Art/Games in the Park celebrating Independence Day
Wake Forest, NC
Kiwanis of Wake Forest - Continuing education scholarships, learning materials & Key Club for teenagers
Wake Forest, NC
Koinonia Foundation - Christian non-denominational organization provides charitable support to individuals/groups in crises
P.O. Box 200, Wake Forest, NC 27588
Meals On Wheels - Provide meals that are delivered to the handicapped and people in need
1001 Blair Drive, Raleigh, NC 27587
Northern Wake Senior Center - Crafts/recreational activities, annual health fair & exercise classes for senior citizens
235 E. Holding Avenue, Wake forest, NC 27587
Purple Heart Foundation - Annual dinner to honor recipients of the Purple Heart awarded for injury in war time service to this country
Town of Wake Forest - Need volunteer receptionists, part time hours, youth council, provide community calendar of events
301 S. Brooks St., Wake forest, NC
Tri-Area Ministries - Food Bank for people in need
Holding Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce - Meet In the Street, Spelling Bee, Community Business Expo, Business/Education Alliance
350 South White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Tel: 556-1519 - Website: www.wakeforestchamber.org
Wake Forest Area Tennis Association - Support & teach tennis
P.O. Box 92, Wake Forest, NC 27588
Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club - Daily activities & events for youth in community
325 South Wingate Ave., Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest Civitan Club - Support area food banks, schools
5428 Highway 96, Youngsville, NC 27596
Wake Forest Cultural Arts Association - Six Sundays in Spring, support area arts in the community
Wake Forest Birthplace Annex, 450 N. Main St., Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest DRC - Art after Hours, Lighting of Wake Forest, Christmas Parade
137 South White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest Fire Department - Annual Fish Fry, train those interested in becoming fireman
420 East Elm Ave., Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest Garden Club - Garden Tour, maintain Susie Powell Garden, Arbor Day, provide table decorations for other organizations
P.O. Box 26, Wake Forest, NC 27588
Wake Forest Historical Museum - Docents for historical exhibits & Calvin Jones House
450 N. Main Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest Junior Woman’s Club - Continued educations scholarship, Breakfast with Santa, Relay For Life
P.O. Box 363, Wake Forest, NC 27588
Wake Forest Public Library - Story telling, history programs, educational programs, ancestry research, etc.
400 East Holding Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Wake Forest Woman’s Club -Support education, arts, food banks; continuing education scholarship, Spelling Bee, Arbor Day, Kids Voting
P.O. Box 1614, Wake Forest, NC 27588
Wake Forest/Wakefield Rotary - Support education in area schools, education scholarships
2201 Wakefield Plantation Drive, Raleigh, NC 27614
W.E.B. DuBois Community Development Corporation - Food & clothing bank, support education in the community
150-A North White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587