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January 10, 2005

Group of volunteers in blue shirts with boxes of donations.Want to work with a volunteer group but don't know where to start?

Check the town library, where civic-groups often leave pamphlets describing their activities.

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Scan the classified ads of the newspaper for small display ads placed by nonprofit organizations.

Call the mayor's office; the superintendent of schools; or a local hospital, church, or synagogue. Say you're interested in volunteer work and ask if they can give you a lead.

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April 16, 2007

Many times if you volunteer at a church run thrift shop, you can get the items in the shop for 1/2 price. Plus you can get first pick of the incoming items before it gets put out for the customers to buy.

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July 26, 2018

Parents and grandparents can be a part of their young child's schooling by becoming a volunteer for their kindergarten classroom. This is a page about volunteering for kindergarten.

Volunteer teacher reading to a class of kids

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