Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your community. But did you know that it can have many benefits for you too? Here are some reasons to volunteer:
- Learn and develop a new skill
- Be a part of the community
- Find new interests or hobbies
- Explore career fields
Take a look at the opportunities listed below and start volunteering today!
Tri-Valley Health Fair 1-day volunteer opportunity at the Tri-Valley Health Fair on Saturday, August 23, 2014 expecting to serve 1000 people and they are looking for additional volunteers. They will be providing physicals and state mandated health, vision, and dental screens. Includes coffee, snacks, lunch, and plenty of water for all volunteers. To register as a volunteer go to trivalleyhealth.org.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society - 5k Run/Walk
5k walk (or 1 mile option) to raise funds to support MS research and programs for patients and their families
April 27, 8:00 am - 11:30 am (volunteer hours will be between 6:30 am - noon and shifts last 2 -3 hours)
Volunteers Needs: 50 volunteers to help with food distribution, event check-in, route support & safety, cheering on walkers, handing out t-shirts, and clean-up.
For information or to sign up to volunteer, contact Jill Waterman at jillwatermancomcast [dot] net or 925-459-1374.
Leadership in Training Program
The Leadership in Training (LIT) program gives teens the opportunity to develop important job skills and prepare for future employment through training, hands-on experiences, and evaluation. This program runs from June - August of each year. Deadline to apply is April 18. 2014.
PTown Life Web Team
The Ptownlife Web Team will take on the overall maintenance and continual improvement of the website. Students will get experience working on a website, writing and editing content, and helping with the overall management and marketing of ptownlife.org.
Open Heart Kitchen
Volunteering at Open Heart Kitchen (OHK) helps contribute to the service and preparation of nutritious meals that are distributed to individuals in the Tri-Valley area free of charge.
Discovery Shop (American Cancer Society)
The Discovery Shop is always looking for volunteers to help with sorting donations. Visit for more details.
1987 Santa Rita Road, Pleasanton, CA
Tri-Valley Animal Rescue
There are many different was to volunteer at the Tri-Valley Animal Rescue. TVAR is an all-volunteer based organization where individuals can either be a part of the Teen/Junior Program, help with the foster program, participate in administrative work, and also assist in fundraising and outreach events.
ValleyCare Health System
A wide variety of volunteer opporutunities are made avaialble within ValleyCare such as assisting in the gift shop, thrift shop, and also becoming a junior volunteer.
Valley Humane Society
The Valley Humane Society offers several opportunities for teens including a new, FREE program for Pleasanton juniors and seniors that are interested in marketing. There are three sessions available and it will also qualify for 20 service hours.
Outdoor Education Trips. Get forms from your high school. For sophomores to seniors only.
Tri-Valley Youth Court
Youth and Adult volunteers needed as jury members/mentors, advocates, and other positions.
Pleasanton Public Library - Middle School volunteers needed during summer. High School volunteers needed throughout the year.