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Clerical Work / Misc.

Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources
Volunteerism not only provides needed human resources for Catholic Charities, but it allows us to offer more compassionate services to people in need. In return, we attempt to provide all of our volunteers with an enriching experience that matches their interests and enhances the quality of their lives.

Whether you are looking to volunteer on an ongoing basis or just for a few hours, Catholic Charities has a wide range of volunteer opportunities available for individuals or groups.To learn about the volunteer opportunities that might be available click here.

If you are interested in volunteering for MENTORING MOMS, please click here.

If you are a GROUP interested in volunteering, please click here

If you are interested in volunteering for a ONE TIME only opportunity, please click here.

If you are an individual interested in volunteering on an ONGOING BASIS, please click here.

Group Opportunities
Food pantry help
Food pantry drives

Individual Opportunities
Food pantry help
Office/support services
Serving children and/or families

Christ Child North Center/ St. Martin de Porres Center (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

Christ Child Society – Main (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

Educational Opportunity Center
Karrie Scott ~ (402) 280-3300 ~ KarrieScott@creighton.edu
Judge Elizabeth Pittman Building, 2002 Burt Street, Omaha NE 68178 ~ www.creighton.edu/eop/eoc
The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) is one of the five federally grant funded TRIO programs at Creighton University under the Department of Education. Creighton’s EOC program provides counseling & information on college admissions to qualified adults who want to enter or continue a program of postsecondary education. We also provide services to improve the financial & economic literacy of participants. An important objective of the program is to counsel participants on financial aid options, including basic financial planning skills, & to assist in the application process. EOC needs volunteers to assist with the daily workflow of our office. This may include data entry, filing, copying, & other duties assigned such as tutoring. Call or email for more information.
Spanish speaking recommended, but not necessary.

Immigration Legal Services (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

inCOMMON Community Development
JD Senkbile ~ 933-6672 ~ jd@incommoncd.org
Jeff Spiehs 933-6672 ~ jeff@incommoncd.org
1340 Park Ave Omaha, NE 68105 ~ http://incommoncd.org/
The Park Ave Commons is a safe and hospitable place for residents to come together to build community, receive services, and take part in empowerment-based opportunities and trainings. Programming at the Commons include: community-building activities, social services, individual development, and job readiness workshops.
Spanish speaking useful, but not necessary.

Juan Diego Center (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

Madonna School
Dr. Bill Goodwin, Principal ~ (402) 556-1883 ext. 22 ~ bgoodwin@madonnaschool.org
6402 N. 71st Plaza, Omaha, NE 68104 ~ www.madonnaschool.org
The Madonna School educates special needs students to become as independent as possible. We seek volunteers who can commit to a specific time and day of the week. Opportunities include swimming lessons (M,W, Th), art classes (W), Special Olympics (F), in the classroom, and special extra-curricular activities. Ideally, volunteers should be able to commit for a period of about 2 hours to half a day on the volunteers specific day. Additionally, some classrooms are in need of volunteers to assist our teachers and teacher’s aides for a half-day a week throughout the 2013-’14 school year.

Microbusiness Training and Development Program (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

Omaha Campus for Hope (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

Omaha/Douglas County Victim Assistance Unit
Rhonda Rolles ~ (402) 444-4597 ~ Rhonda.Rolles@douglascounty-ne.gov
1905 Harney St, Suite 500, Omaha, NE 68102

The Victim Assistance Unit offers opportunities for volunteers and interns with trainings provided. Responsibilities include: follow up calls, court accompaniment, and assisting other advocates. Volunteers are needed 8:00am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday.
Spanish and any other language recommended, but not necessary.

Omaha Public Library
Jody duRand ~ (402) 444-4807 ~ jdurand@omahalibrary.org
W. Dale Clark Library, 215 S. 15th St, Omaha, NE 68102 ~ www.omahalibrary.org

Volunteers are welcome at any of our twelve branches. There are Volunteer Task Descriptions posted on our website @ www.omahalibrary.org.  Click on Support The Library and then click on Volunteer for the listing.  You can fill out an application and send it directly to the branch of your choice.

Spanish Speaking recommended, but not necessary

 

Urban League of Nebraska
Deidra.andrews@urbanleagueneb.org
3040 Lake Street, Omaha, NE 68111 ~ http://www.urbanleagueneb.org/
Volunteers are needed to assist students in the computer lab (hours will vary) data entry and clerical. For more information call
402-451-1066 ext 14

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