First Call for Help
Purpose: Providing telephone crisis intervention, supportive listening, and community resource information.
Opportunities: Volunteers, 4-hr shifts, flexible schedule, once a week or more, 30 hour training program, 1 year commitment or 200 hours. To learn more visit http://www.smhca.org/
Contact: Levi Van Dyke, (509) 838-4651 ext 2123
Purpose: Creating a welcoming living community for individuals with developmental disabilities to stay involved in society.
Opportunities: Volunteers in three homes as well as the office. To learn more visit http://larcheofspokane.org/
Contact: (509)483-0438, email@example.com
Our Place Community Ministries
Purpose: Promoting Healthy Community through food assistance, clothing, hygiene, and laundry services
Opportunities: Seeks volunteers. To learn more visit http://www.ourplacespokane.org/
Contact: (509)326-7267, firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Rein Therapeutic Riding
Purpose: Enhances the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals with disabilities through equine activities.
Opportunities: Therapeutic Riding Program, Tuesday evenings, Friday and Saturday, 1.5 to 2 hrs per week, 8 sessions. To learn more visit http://www.freereinspokane.org/
Freereinvolunteer@hotmail.com, (509)979-1468, Stephanie
Purpose: Sponsors and initiates programs which, in faithfulness to the mission of Jesus, foster personal growth and wholeness of women and children in need.
Miryam’s House (maintenance and relief staff volunteers)
Women’s Health (general, reception, tech, and group facilitator volunteers)
Transition Living Center (community classes, maintenance volunteers)
EduCare (spending time with kids, assisting in the classroom)
To learn more visit http://www.help4women.org/
Contact: Susan Tyler-Babkirk, (509)455-4249, email@example.com
Spokane Parks and Recreation
Purpose: Youth, Community, Recreation, and Fitness
Opportunities: Therapeutic Recreational Services; Ski Program. To learn more visit http://spokaneparks.org/
Contact: Alice Busch, (509) 625-6245
The Hutton Settlement Children’s Home
Purpose: Hutton provides a loving and stable home environment while maintaining a belief and practice in traditional values.
Opportunities: 1 hr per week throughout the semester. To learn more visit http://www.huttonsettlement.org/
Contact: Michael Butler, Administrator, (509)838-2789
Opportunities: Literacy Tutoring Program, Saturdays 10:00 – 11:30am.
Chris Reiber, Director, Reiber@gonzaga.edu
Megan Maki, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brittany Poff, email@example.com