Step back in time & become a part of Omaha’s history by volunteering at The Durham Museum. Volunteer opportunities include Front Desk, Museum Shop, Soda Fountain & Candy Shop, Photo Archives, & Education. Call now or apply online to join the fun today!
The Ronald McDonald House provides a ‘home away from home’ for families whose children are being cared for at Omaha-area hospitals. Volunteers assist with the upkeep of our home and are needed in the morning, afternoon, and evening.
We also need help with special events throughout the year.
We can accommodate groups of 1-10 volunteers and welcome both long-term and one-time volunteers. No special skills required.
Spanish speaking recommended but not necessary.
Patricia Ostronic ~ (402) 559-4197 ~ email@example.com
42nd & Dewey, Omaha, NE 68198 ~ www.nebraskamed.com
The Nebraska Medical Center is looking for volunteers to help with a variety
of service areas seven days a week. Some of the service areas include Emergency,
Child Life, Waiting Rooms, Gift Shops and Hospitality Carts. The exact duties, scheduled times and dates available will depend on the position. Volunteers are required to make a 6-month commitment, volunteering 2-4 hrs/week. An orientation class, health screening, and other prerequisites must be done prior to volunteering.
The Salvation Army seeks volunteers to help improve lives in our community. Various one-time and on-going opportunities including TurkeyFest, Toyland, and bell ringing.
Volunteer numbers vary depending on the event. Some registration
is required prior to volunteering. Single-time volunteers are most often needed,
although you are welcome to volunteer at multiple events.
No special skills necessary.
Nicole Norlin-Giron ~ (402) 559-3018 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
444 S. 44th St, Omaha, NE 68131 ~ www.unmc.edu/mmi
If you are a Nursing, Social Work, PT/OT, Special Ed., Psychology, Speech Path, or Geriatrics student we have a fun and interesting service opportunity. The UNMC/MMI Recreation Therapy department is seeking students to assist our participants who have developmental disabilities with activities such as art, swimming, cooking, sports, and games at the Nebraska Medical Center. Our programs offer hands on experience assisting children and adults of all ages who have various developmental disabilities such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome. Programs run during the fall and spring semesters Monday – Thursday, 3:00 – 5:30 pm, Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 9:00 pm and Saturday mornings, 9:30am – noon.