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Child Care/Recreation Archive
Lisa Dougherty ~ (402) 346-5220 ~ email@example.com
Theresa Maloney, Best Buddies Chapter Director ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
1941 South 42nd St, Suite 122, Omaha, NE 68105 ~ www.olliewebbinc.org
The Arc of Omaha’s mission is to improve & enrich the lives of people with developmental disabilities and to provide information, education, and support to their families. Volunteer opportunities include: assisting with child care (for children with and without disabilities), serving dinner to our adult participants, coaching a basketball team, doing arts and crafts with children, teaching educational classes and socializing. Contact Lisa to receive a monthly notice regarding upcoming volunteer opportunities. Best Buddies Colleges, a program for college students, pairs people with intellectual disabilities in one-on-one friendships with college students (aka College Buddies). College Buddies & their Buddies must meet 2 times per month – one activity is individual; the other is a large group event. The pair also makes weekly telephone or email contact. Contact Theresa Maloney for more information.
Volunteers are needed at: North Omaha, South Omaha, Carter Lake, Council Bluffs, Westside Clubs or Mount View, Morton and King Science Clubs. The North and South sites also have Late Night programs with late evening hours. Tutoring, recreation, coaching, arts & crafts, office assistants & computers are a few of the activities that volunteers help with. Spanish-speaking volunteers are also needed. 1-2 hours per week are preferred, usually in the early evening (Mon-Fri). The North Omaha location is within walking distance of campus. Volunteers should visit our website to find the contact information for a club of their choice. Volunteers must all apply in person and fill out an application. A staff member will set up a time to meet & tour the club.
Spanish speaking recommended, but not necessary.
Child Saving Institute provides a safe haven and healing for thousands of innocent young victims of family crisis, neglect and abuse. We offer the vital services necessary to make at-risk children safe and fractured families whole through programs such as early childhood education, foster care, adoption, an emergency shelter, parenting classes and therapy.
Our mission is “responding to the cry of a child,” but it is our vision that guides us as we work to give the children we serve safe, happy childhoods
Compass Ministries is a non-profit after school organization that offers a variety of volunteer opportunities and internships which includes: tutoring, serving meals, cleaning, supervising field trips and teach lessons. Volunteers are also needed to drive vans, teach lessons, organize, lead small groups and help with special projects. There are flexible schedules during the day and opportunities for individuals and groups of different sizes to volunteer.