St. Margaret Hall: Any Day
St. Margaret Hall, a Catholic nursing and residential care facility for the elderly, is always looking for volunteers to help provide activities to enhance quality of life through recreation for residents. There are many opportunities at St. Margaret Hall to make a difference in someone’s life; from reading to people to assisting residents on the computer/nook, and even bringing your pet to visit or just spending one on one time with people.
Where: 1960 Madison Rd., 45206, close to campus.
Volunteer Tasks: Assist with transportation to Mass - Help residents to attend weekly worship services (10:30a - 11:45a). Coffee Hour- volunteers can do a coffee hour with residents on our assisted living unit. Times can be flexible, but one hour a week during the afternoon would be preferred. Elevator - run the elevator during resident meal times (11:15a - 1:00p and/or 5:15 - 7:00p every day).
Contact: Maria Ceddia, 513-751-5880, firstname.lastname@example.org
Go-Metro! Easily get from campus to this site on route 24!
Habitat for Humanity-ReStore
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati partners with low-income families to build, rehab, and repair simple decent housing. ReStore is a social enterprise that supports the work of Habitat for Humanity. Every day it takes up to 5 volunteers in each of our four ReStore locations to help our operations run smoothly.
When: Mondays - Fridays, 9:00a - 6:00p; Saturdays 9:00a - 5:00p
Where: Multiple locations in Greater Cincinnati.
Volunteer Tasks: Keeping the store organized, helping to clean and sort donations, serving as a friendly face to customers.
Contact: Kristen Gasperetti, email@example.com, 513-482-5603
Singers, Pianists, Coordinators for ROKCincy's Barber of Seville: Through - May 2014 (Very Flexible)
Roundabout Opera for Kids: Cincinnati (ROKCincy) is a non-profit bringing fully staged live performances to area schools and educational institutions. Our mission is to provide young students with an engaging first experience with the genre as audience members and to provide developing professional musicians the opportunity to hones their skills. This is a free service to the schools and students.
When: Rehearsals and performances are scheduled around you.
Where: Rehearsals are on campus and performances are at local elementary schools and community centers with transportation provided, if necessary.
Volunteer Tasks: Singers to fill the roles of Barber of Seville (a 40 min. child-friendly version), pianists to coach and accompany performances and rehearsals, volunteer to coordinate rehearsals and performances.
Volunteer Perks: Fun and enriching way to use your time and talents performing for young students whose arts funding is lacking or has been cut entirely, the opportunity to perform at events in which members of the Cincinnati arts scene will see and hear you. Great experience for anyone with an interest in Performing Arts, Arts Administration, Early Education and Non-Profits.
Contact: Kelly Holterhoff, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-262-4740
Direct Patient Care Volunteer at Hospice of the Bluegrass
Hospice of the Bluegrass is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing mainstream medicine by integrating palliative care (comfort care). Volunteers help our patients and families celebrate the beauty in every moment.
When: This is a flexible volunteer opportunity with suggested weekly visits.
Where: Right across the river in Kentucky; Newport, Covington, Ft. Thomas areas
Volunteer Tasks: Share your gift, read to patients, listen to/record their wonderful stories, sing/play music, be a calming presence, and/or provide comfort care. Help our patients have the highest quality experiences in the last phases of their life.
Volunteer Perks: Direct Patient care experience, monthly educational opportunities in the health care field, and joy from increasing the quality of someone’s life. Free training!
Contact: Kimberly Heestand, 859-441-6332, email@example.com
Boys and Girls Club at Taft Elementary: September 3 - May 15
The Boys and Girls Club provides a safe, enriching environment for young people to: Graduate, Fit For Life, and Ready To Serve. In addition to the needs listed below, the Boys and Girls Club seeks individuals or groups to run programs in their area of expertise that would focus on one of these models, i.e. a fitness group, athletic coaches, arts activities, robotics club, young scientists, etc...
Where: 2120 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (very close to campus)
- Front Desk Attendant: Monday - Friday, 3:00 - 5:30p
- Office Assistant: Monday - Friday, hours based on availability
- Academic Tutors: Monday - Friday, 2:30 - 5:00p
- Program Activity Assistants: Monday - Friday, 2:15 - 5:30p
Contact: Catherine Scott, 513-607-4861, firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Charities serves refugees who come to the United States through the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Most refugees come from extreme poverty, violence, or religious and political persecution in their homelands; seeking a better life for themselves and their families. Learn More: http://ccswoh.org/services/refugee-resettlement-services/
When: Wide spectrum of times when you can volunteer
Where: Locations throughout Greater Cincinnati
Volunteer Tasks: Anything from being part of a welcoming team to helping a refugee learn basic computer skills. Specifically, needs include: Computer lab tutor, bus educator, clerical assistant, driver, ESOL tutor, literacy teacher, materials writer assistant, substitute teacher, teacher's assistant, form administration, immigration assistant, inventory control assistant, insurance transport scheduler and communicator, design on a dime, life coach, medical companion, refugee services assistant, employment training assistant, utilities management assistant, welcome team member, young adult services assistant.
Volunteer Perks: Empower refugees and their families to survive and thrive in the US.
Contact: email@example.com, 513-241-7745
Your time and energy makes a tremendous impact on our neighbors facing difficult times. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available for individuals, families and groups.
Volunteer Tasks: Range from group volunteer opportunities to receptionist to Giving Fields farm maintenance.
For More Information: http://fsfbmedia.org/beta/take-action/volunteer/
Contact: Volunteer Call Center, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-482-7550
Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread is an Over-the-Rhine ministry of hospitality, comprised of paid staff & volunteers, dedicated to serving the needs of the neighborhood residents and those who frequent the area. Our Daily Bread provides a warm meal in a comfortable place for all who come, a place where all are invited to be a part of a community that is caring, supportive and welcoming.
Volunteer Tasks: Range from Bingo! to helping a social worker with filing.
Contact: Melissa Back, 513-621-6364
Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses: Flexible
Findlay Street Neighborhood House has historically served as a Safe Haven in the West End where youth can engage in positive activities. Computer Training, Teen Center and the Gym are open daily giving youth opportunities to engage in activities with the support of caring adults.
When: Days and times can be flexible.
Where: 901 Findlay St., 45214
Volunteer Tasks: Interacting with children as a positive role model, tutoring/academic help and help with any other activities.
Save the Animals Foundation
STAF is a no-kill animal shelter run solely by volunteers, funded by volunteer-run events and donations. We provide a loving home for our residents for as long as they live or until they are adopted. Visit staf.org for more info.
Where: 4011 Red Bank Rd, 45227
Volunteer Tasks: With dogs, with cats, and with bingo and concessions fundraising.
Contact: email@example.com, 513-561-7823
Catholic Residential Services
Catholic Residential Services is a non-profit agency dedicated to fostering the spiritual, moral, intellectual, and physical growth of people with developmental disabilities. Volunteer tasks could include attending a Reds Game, a Bengals Game, the Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium, attending our Choir, Water Fitness, Circus Classes, Adaptive Jazzercise, making crafts in the home, helping update our website and Facebook page, or even creating your own volunteer event. No matter what your interests there is a volunteer opportunity for you.
Contact: Ashley Maynard, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-784-0400x106
Program Manager - Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America
The Dan Beard Council is looking for enthusiastic individuals to work with youth in at-risk urban areas. The position offers up to 20 hours each week. It will include planning and executing a quality program through a weekly meeting. Training and resources are provided. Must be a minimum of 21 years old.
Contact: Melissa Ford, Melissa.Ford@Scouting.org
Leap Beyond Therapy
Volunteers at Leap Beyond Therapy provide an extra set of hand for our therapists, and staff, but more importantly, they are a “cheerleader” for our children; providing them with encouragement, motivation, and a friendly smile!
Where: 701A U.S. Route 50 I Milford, OH 45150
Volunteer Tasks: We are currently looking for volunteers who: enjoy working with children, are passionate about helping others, are not afraid to sing, laugh, or dance (to encourage smiles!), want to make a difference.
Brighton Center, Inc.
Brighton Center, Inc. is a private not-for-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education and leadership throughout the communities of Northern Kentucky.
Volunteer Tasks: include Club Care Food Pantry, on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, preparing food items for distribution through our Emergency Food Pantry.
More Info/Register: http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org51618.jsp
Pleasant Ridge Community Council Webmaster
Pleasant Ridge is a neighborhood here in Cincinnati, and their Community Council is looking for someone to take advantage of a creative volunteer opportunity. The PRCC needs someone willing to maintain their Wordpress website, which could be done remotely.
Contact: Wendell Robinson, email@example.com
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati provides educational opportunities and stability to motivated, underserved youth through residential and community-based programs.
Boys Hope Girls Hope Ambassador, Meal Preparation, Home Maintenance, Events
When: Convenient to your schedule
Where: Meal prep & home maintenance at homes in Finneytown or Walnut Hills. Ambassador is flexible.
Volunteer Tasks: Ambassadors - share information about BHGH with friends and family, distribute BHGH literature or host a volunteer or scholar recruitment event; Meal Preparation - prepare a meal for one of BHGH’s three residential houses in Walnut Hills or Finneytown. Meet scholars and take a tour of their homes; Events - Assist to plan, prepare/run events.
Volunteer Perks: Stay for dinner, network with community partners and BHGH staff/board members
Boys Hope Girls Hope Mentors and Tutors for scholars ages 9 - 18 (School Year)
When: Tutors engage with scholars weekly; mentors engage with scholars monthly for 1 academic year evenings and/or weekends for the remainder of the school year.
Where: Boys’ residential homes in Finneytown, girls’ residential home in Walnut Hills, community-Based Program at Purcell Marian HS (Walnut Hills).
Volunteer Tasks: Form supportive relationships; advocate for scholars, support scholars’ academic life through tutoring and homework help; guide life skills and model study skills; encourage post-secondary education.
Volunteer Perks: Open invitations to house dinners, events, and service projects, free tickets to cultural and sporting events.
Contact: Deqah Hussein, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-372-6195
Winton Place Youth Center
Winton Place Youth Center serves the children of Cincinnati's Spring Grove Village neighborhoodm, offering a caring and safe atmosphere and the skilled intervention of professionals and volunteers.
Where: 4609 North Edgewood Ave., 45232
Volunteer Tasks: Help with day to day administrative tasks. This could involve a variety of tasks and hours are very flexible.
Childcare at Emergency Shelter
Individuals are needed to provide child care at the Bethany House Emergency Shelter.
When: Mondays -Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:15p
Volunteer Tasks: Perfect opportunity for college students! Have the opportunity to teach a child how to ride a bike, discover lighting-bugs, play games, read, arts-n-crafts and comforting small infants! A background check is required for all volunteers over 18.
More Info: http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp585493.jsp
Want to get involved with Girl Scouts on a short-term basis? Girl Scouts has a variety of opportunities. You will apply your leadership skills as well as learning behavior management and patience.
When: Flexible, send your availability of days and times.
Where: Flexible, send the communities you are interested in volunteering.
Volunteer Tasks: You and a friend work together with a group of 10 - 20 girls for 1 day a week for 6 weeks for 1.5 hours per week.
Contact: Cheryl Shrider, email@example.com, 513-619-1424
Host of the House: Every Day
When a child is hospitalized and scared, the love and support of family is powerful in helping a child's recovery process. Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House allows families to remain close by their children receiving medical treatment at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
When: Every day, 4:00 - 8:00p
Where: Ronald McDonal House, 350 Erkenbrecher Ave., 45229
Volunteer Tasks: Provide a warm and welcoming environment and assistance for volunteer groups preparing meals and hosting activities for families staying at Ronald McDonald House. This is a great opportunity for students in Hospitality Management or who just enjoy cooking!
Contact: Lisa Davis, LDavis@rmhouse.org, 513-636-2760
Mercy Health - St. John
Mercy Health-St. John assists poor and underserved families and individuals mostly in the central city. We distribute food, clothing and personal care items and offer a free lunch every day. We operate one of the few family shelters in the city and offer long-term counseling in our Family Development Program. St. John also has programs which work with at risk teens and offers a free Bridges Program which teaches computer skills. Our Youth Development Program participants are at risk teens living in poverty. Work with our counselors to facilitate weekly peer to peer groups, help organize and accompany groups on outings or just talk. Teens need to see what is possible, that other young people are making it. We can be flexible about schedules. A commitment of one semester is appreciated. Peer to Peer groups meet one afternoon a week after school. outings are usually weekends.
Where: 1800 Logan Street, Cincinnati, 45202
Contact: Stephanie Brown, 513-981-5816, firstname.lastname@example.org
ProKids couldn’t survive without volunteers and donors. Whether working directly with a child as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate - must be 21) volunteer, assisting in another capacity, or supporting us financially by making a donation, our children need your help. How can you help abused and neglected children?
Find ProKids on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ProKidsCASA
More info: http://www.prokidscasa.org/get-involved
Contact: Stephanie Kuzma, 513.281.2000 or email@example.com
Get Your Hands Dirty at Gabriel's Place!
Gabriel's Place is a community garden in Avondale promoting good nutrition, urban farming, and cooking. Work in the garden itself, help residents plant and tend, and help improve the facilities.
When: First Saturday of every month, 9:00a - 12:00p
Where: Meet at the Edge House (3007 Clifton Ave.) at 8:30am to carpool. Or go straight to Gabriel's Place (3618 Reading Rd.) at 9:00a.
Volunteer Perks: Often there are fresh fruits and veggies available.
Contact: Alice Connor, 513-307-2930, firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew 25 Ministries
The donated goods Matthew 25 Ministries receives must be sorted, counted, packaged, and put on pallets ready for shipment to various parts of the world. There is a job for everyone! Warehouse Hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00a - 4:00p and on Saturday from 9:00a - 2:00p. www.m25m.org
Where: 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242
People Working Cooperatively: Every Day
What: PWC is a non-profit organization that offers critical home repairs to low-income, elderly, or disabled individuals at little to no cost. http://www.pwchomerepairs.org/support-pwc/volunteer.aspx
When: EVERY DAY! Between 8:00a - 5:00p
Where: 4612 Paddock Road, Cincinnati, OH 45229 (right on the bus line/short drive)
Also: Consider joining the PWC Young Professionals group, (contact Tonia Murphy email@example.com)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-351-7921 (ask for volunteer department)
The Covington Mentoring Program
Bulldog Connection is the middle and high school program in Covington. You must be 21 years of age, have a clean background check, and the desire to change someone’s life. Committing to at least one year with the student, you will meet with them a total of 4 hours a month, split up however works best for both of your schedules. The Lunch Buddy program involves an adult 18 or older, and an elementary school student. You will meet with them during their lunch period, either in the lunch room or the Family Resource Center at the school. After-School Buddy follows the same criteria as the Lunch Buddies, but meets primarily after school.
Contact: Renee.email@example.com, 859-392-3188
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
What: The Exhibit Interpreter Program at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (www.freedomcenter.org)
When: Tuesday – Saturdays, 9:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. (On-going program)
Where: National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Downtown Cincinnati
Volunteer Tasks: The Exhibit Interpreter Program at the Freedom Center is responsible for leading the tours for school groups and the general public.
Volunteer Perks: Volunteers will receive free tickets to the Freedom Center, discounts at the Freedom Center gift shop and café, opportunity to attend trips (places like St. Louis), and shirts.
Contact: Richard Cooper, firstname.lastname@example.org, (513) 333-7594
Music Resource Center Cincinnati
What: The Music Resource Center (MRC) is a fun and exciting place for students in grades 7 - 12 to learn about music and recording. Help educate and inspire young people through music, and equip them with life skills for the future. The MRC uses music education and performance experiences to teach important life skills, while simultaneously providing a safe alternative to the streets.
Where: 3032 Woodburn Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45206
When: Volunteer once a week for 2 - 4 hours, anytime 2:00 - 7:00p, Monday - Thursday (School Year) and expanded hours in the summer.
Volunteer Tasks: Volunteer music instructors: generally provide 30 minute private lessons to our teens. Our most frequent needs are personal instruction in voice, piano and drums. Mentoring or tutoring teens and occasional assistance with administrative projects are also possible if interested. Other volunteer options include group instruction (chorus, ensemble, or workshops).
Contact: Josh Elstro, email@example.com, 567-204-2202
What: Be Concerned, one of the largest free food pantries in Northern Kentucky, needs volunteers.
Where: 714 Washington Street, Covington, KY 41011-2315
Volunteer Tasks: Food room workers for pantry sessions, afternoon receptionists and fill-in van drivers to help make food pick-ups at Kroger, Remke and other donors.
More Information: http://www.beconcerned.org/
Contact: Brenda Young, 859-291-6789
Advocate Conservation of Aquatic Life at the Newport Aquarium
What: The WAVE Foundation at the Newport Aquarium is a non-profit organization that strives to excite, engage and educate our communities about the wonders of aquatic life and the importance of conserving and protecting our environment.
Volunteer Tasks: Exhibit Interpreter: volunteers interact with the guests and advocate conservation of aquatic life! Eight hours a month is the minimum time commitment to stay an active volunteer.
Volunteer Perks: complimentary aquarium passes, parking passes, and online e-learning.
Be A Mentor: Cincinnati Youth Collaborative
At Cincinnati Youth Collaborative 99% of our students graduate from high school and 8 of 10 of our graduates applying to go to college. Please call us today and sign up to spend 1 hour a week for a year to bring a smile not only to the face of a young person growing up in Cincinnati, but to yours as well.
Volunteer Broadcasting @ Waycross Community Media
Waycross Community Media needs television videographers to help cover local events including basketball, hockey, wrestling, high school and middle school concerts as well as government meetings. Our volunteers win competitions every year, learn video production as you volunteer, get your name in the credits for local, national, and international recognition. You pick your day and time!
Contact: Cheryl, Cheryl@waycross.tv, 513-825-2429
Greater Cincinnati Latino Coalition
The GCLC is looking for a student to volunteer with this organization that aims to serve the newly arrived Hispanic families in our area. The student will benefit from making professional contacts, networking and meeting different leaders that have special interest in serving the Hispanic Community.
When: The fourth Tuesday of each month, 2:00 - 3:30p
Where: Community Action Agency, 1740 Langdon Farm Rd, 45237
Volunteer Tasks: The student will help by: Attending our monthly meetings (if the student's schedule allows it); updating the website, posting new events, opportunities, contacts and information; updating the directory of resources and activities in the city and state. Some facility in Spanish is a plus, but not required. Time and location are very flexible.
Contact: Ligia Gomez, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-556-2533
Leadership Scholars Program
The Leadership Scholars Program is looking for successful, caring professional/young professional leaders to get involved with inner-city youth leaders in Cincinnati. Leadership Scholars is currently looking for "coaches" who can attend weekly meetings and provide guidance and support to students. If you can commit to one hour a week (same day, same time throughout the year, Monday through Thursday; earliest meetings are 2:45 - 3:45, and latest ones are 3:30 - 4:30), you can make a huge difference in the lives of inner-city youth leaders in Cincinnati. More info: http://www.leadershipscholars.org
Big Brothers Big Sisters
We are seeking mentors for our site-based programs near the UC campus.
Be a Lunch Buddy: 45 minutes a week at Roll Hill Academy or Newport Schools. Have lunch, play games, and share life stories with your mentee.
Mentor at the Boys and Girls Club: Over-the-Rhine (Thursdays 5:30 - 6:30p), or Avondale (Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:30p). Play sports, help with homework, talk, and encourage. You can earn ~35 hours of service time with lunch buddies and 40-50 hours with the boys and girls club program.
Inner City Youth Opportunities Tutoring: Monday - Thursday, 5:00 - 7:00p
What: After school homework assistance and tutoring for inner city children in grades K-6.
When: Monday through Thursday; 5:00 - 7:00p
Where: 1821 Summit Rd, Suite 210, 45237.
Volunteer Perks: A light dinner is provided for students and volunteers!
Contact: Jeanne Bell at email@example.com
North College Hill Elementary School
North College Hill Elementary School is looking for one-to-one reading helpers for at-risk third graders.
When: Flexible, at least a half-hour per week.
Where: 6955 Grace Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45239
Help Homeless Children with Schoolwork at The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati
When: 3:00p – 5:00p Mondays through Thursdays
Where: 990 Nassau Street, in Walnut Hills
Volunteer Tasks: assist children with homework at the Homework Help Program. As part of the volunteer application process references will be requested and a background check will be required
Contact: 513-471-1100, firstname.lastname@example.org
YMCA Black and Latino Achievers
The YMCA Black and Latino Achievers program seeks tutors to work with ESL (English as a Second Language) students at Withrow University High School.
When: Flexible scheduling, Monday - Thursday 9:00a - 2:00p; they will take a break in the summer and return in the fall.
Where: 2488 Madison Rd, 45208
Volunteer Tasks: Help completing projects and homework in subjects such as English, Mathematics (Algebra 1/2, Geometry, pre-calculus), Science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics), and Social Science (American history & Government). Bilingual volunteers (Spanish or French) are needed but this is not mandatory since our students enjoy practicing and learning English as well. A background check and child protection training are required.
Contact: Mario A. Rodriguez, email@example.com, 513-363-9027
Science and Math Tutors at WordPlay Cincy: Mondays - Thursdays, Saturdays
WordPlay Cincy is a unique, vibrant nonprofit helping children ages 6-18 find their voices through literacy and creative expression. We offer free after-school and weekend tutoring to disadvantaged students, and creative workshops instructing children in a combination of the literary, visual and performing arts. Visit wordplaycincy.org
When: Mondays - Thursdays, 2:30 - 6:00p | Saturdays 12:00 - 4:00p. Minimum of 2 hour and half tutoring sessions per month.
Where: WordPlay Cincy, 4041 Hamilton Ave., 45223
Volunteer Tasks: Working one-on-one with students on homework, understanding key concepts in each field that might have been not understood in class, and helping prepare for exams. Our literacy work covers all facets of literacy, and we have a great need for volunteer tutors to assist high school students in more advanced math (Algebra - Calculus) and science (primarily Biology and Earth Science at this time).
Volunteer Perks: You get to be part of the coolest nonprofit around! Be part of this incredible community directly benefitting the kids who need it most. We have monthly volunteer appreciation events the Second Saturday of each month with food, drinks and great activities (March is our ping pong tournament!).
Contact: Libby Hunter, 513-260-9632, firstname.lastname@example.org
Whiz Kids Tutoring and Mentoring
Want to make a difference in the life of an at-risk child? Whiz Kids Tutoring and Mentoring is a free, after-school, literacy based tutoring program that currently serves over 1200 at-risk youth in Greater Cincinnati every week! Whiz Kids and CSR Academy are currently looking for 25 tutors.
When: 5:30p - 6:30p every Wednesday
Where: River of Life Church, 2000 Central Parkway (close to campus, carpooling is a good idea!)
Volunteer Tasks: All training, curriculum and guidance is provided. Whiz Kids is a one on one, once a week program that meets for an hour for the duration of the school year.
Volunteer Perks: Give one hour, change two lives!!
Contact: Tim Walker, email@example.com, 513-345-1052 or Bonnie Link, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-227-4315
Wesley Chapel Mission Center
Volunteers needed for After-School Program.
When: Any afternoon, Monday - Thursday, 2:00 - 5:30p
Where: 80 East McMicken Ave., Cincinnati 45202
Contact: email@example.com, 513-721-6204
Stepping Stones is looking for school year youth and adult volunteers for Saturday Kids Club and weekend Respites.
Where: 5650 Given Road, Cincinnati, OH 45243
Volunteer at Great American Ballpark: All Reds Home Games
Reds Community Fund
The Reds Community Fund is the non-profit arm of the Reds, dedicated to improving the lives of youth by leveraging the tradition of the Cincinnati Reds and the game of baseball.
When: All Reds home games throughout the season, through September 27 (See the Schedule).
Where: Great American Ball Park (easy bus ride from campus!).
Volunteer Tasks: Volunteers will be walking throughout the ballpark, selling Split-the-Pot raffle tickets to benefit theReds Community Fund and its various youth baseball outreach programs.
Volunteer Perks: All volunteers will receive FREE meal voucher and FREE tickets to a future Reds home game!
Contact: Johanna Sandlin, JSandlin@Reds.com, 513-765-7510
The Cincinnati Reds need a total of 40 volunteers for each home game to assist with recycling collection during the 7th inning! Individuals as well as groups up to 40 are welcome to participate. A "Standing Room Only" ticket is provided for each volunteer.
When: All Reds home games throughout the season, through September 27 (See the Schedule).
Where: Great American Ball Park (easy bus ride from campus!).
Volunteer Tasks: Helping the Reds by collecting recyclable bottles and cans from the fans at the Ballpark.
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