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Make a difference for Sonoma County seniors

Senior Advocacy Services’ long-term care ombudsman program is looking for volunteers who are passionate problem solvers and are eager to empower vulnerable seniors living in care homes. Ombudsmen provide a voice for vulnerable seniors who may be victims of abuse or neglect. Classes begin March 16. For more information, contact [...]

By | February 24th, 2018|0 Comments

Support female runners in Rohnert Park

Girls on the Run is in need of volunteers for its spring 5K race. Between 50 and 75 volunteers are sought to help with everything from packet pick up and registration to course monitoring for the race, which takes place in Rohnert Park on April 29. Help with registration and [...]

By | February 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

Help raise fawns in Sonoma County

Fawn Rescue is searching for responsible Sonoma County homeowners with remote acreage to raise and release four fawns per year from April through August. The homeowner acts as caregiver until the fawns reach four months old, when they are freed to live in a natural habitat. For more information, call [...]

By | February 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

Help Sonoma County volunteer groups

The Volunteer Center of Sonoma County is looking for people to work the front desk, provide customer service, answer phones, schedule appointments, and help with special projects. Contact the office at 707-573-3399 or email suribe@volunteernow.org for more information.

By | January 17th, 2018|0 Comments

Feed the hungry in Santa Rosa

Volunteers are needed to help FISH Santa Rosa (Friends in Service Here) with a variety of tasks, including driving, phone dispatch, packing and distributing groceries to the food pantry’s clients. For more information, contact Dennis Hansen at 707-578-8737 or Jeff Burton at 707-538-4059.

By | January 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Work with Sonoma County seniors

A unique volunteer role involves leading older adults in an eight-session program, the Sonoma County Council on Aging’s “A Matter of Balance.” The program addresses physical and mental risks and hazards for falls to build strength and confidence. Training is provided. Contact Dana Jacoby at 707-565-5936 or djacoby@schsd.org for more [...]

By | January 14th, 2018|0 Comments