BOOK REVIEWS

  • Clerk - Clerks at the bookstore operate the cash register and assist customers. They also shelve books, straighten and organize book shelves in alphabetical order, clean books and may assist with special events
  • Computer/Office - Volunteers assist office staff with pricing and coding books. Volunteers also assist in listing books for sale on the Internet.

ETCETERA SHOP

  • Board - Board membership of a non-profit organization. Adhere to the bylaws. Board members authorize broad policies for the current programs and provide long-range planning and vision. The board selects and appoints/hires new management, treasurer and other officers as required. Reviews performance of manager and treasurer on an annual basis. Reviews and approves the budget and reviews major expenditures. Provides counsel and support to management as needed and requested. Encourages members of sponsoring congregations to provide support with volunteers, contributions and purchases.
  • Clerk/Maintenance - Volunteers work as store clerks and do routine cleaning and maintenance for a thrift store in downtown Newton.
  • Quilting - Volunteers prepare materials and assist in the making of quilts used to raise funds for aid/relief efforts.
  • Sort & Price - Volunteers sort and price donated items for the Et Cetera Shop, a thrift store.
  • Weaving - Volunteers prepare materials and operate a loom to weave rugs which are sold by Et. Cetera, a non-profit agency.

HARVEY CO HOMELESS SHELTER

  • Attendant - Shelter - Check in residents, set-up for and clean up following meals and general resident assistance. There will always be two shelter attendants on duty. Following lights out at 10 p.m., one attendant may sleep while the other remains available for resident assistance.

HEARTLAND PREGNANCY CARE CENTER

  • Crochet baby items - Volunteers crochet baby booties that are given to center clients.

HOPE HOME REPAIR

  • Board - Board membership of a non-profit organization. Members are selected based on a particular area of expertise. Board meets one time per month. Committee assignments may require additional time.
  • Repair - Assist with a wide range of remodeling projects involving building skills. Help build handicapped-accessible ramps and bathrooms. Pick up supplies from vendors.

OFFENDER/VICTIM MINISTRIES INC

  • Board  - Board membership of a non-profit organization. Members are selected based on a particular area of expertise. Board meets one hour per month. Committee assignments may require additional time.
  • Inmate Visitation - Involves volunteers in a visitation program with inmates at Hutchinson Ks.
  • Once a month, volunteers offer friendship and encouragement, sponsors visit the inmates with whom they are matched—inmates who receive six or fewer visits a year.

PEACE CONNECTIONS

  • Board - Board membership of a non-profit organization. Participate in the work of the organization and be directly involved in developing resources to support the vision and mission of Peace Connections. Members are selected based on a particularly area of expertise. Board meets the first Thursday of each month. Committee assignments may require additional time.
  • Circles of Hope - Help families get financially stable
  • Clerk - Clerks at the non-profit gift shop operate the cash register and assist customers. They also restock shelves, straighten and organize shelves, clean and may assist with special events.
  • Summer Food Program Volunteer - Volunteers to be with kids during breakfast and lunch. Each meal time is one hour in length. Supervise hand washing, count kids as they go through the meal lines.

PRAIRIE LAND FOODS (ST LUKE)

  • Coordinator - Signs up new program participants and coordinates volunteers for distribution of food packages.
  • Food Delivery - Deliver food boxes to congreate to living areas. Volunteers deliver food packages to program participants. Volunteers also assist in signing up people for the next month's package, and confirming participant's qualifying for the current month's package by checking receipts.
  • Food Distribution/Packing - Volunteers assist in unloading food items from semi-trucks, then assembling boxes of food picked up by program participants. Volunteers also carry food packages to participant vehicles when needed. Volunteers also assist in signing up people for the next month's package, and confirming participant's qualifying for the current month's package by checking receipts.

SALVATION ARMY - SERVICES

  • Bell Ringer - Seasonal position. Volunteers ring a bell to call attention to Salvation Army donation buckets during the Christmas Season.
  • Board - Adhere to bylaws of the administrative body. Attend meetings regularly. If attendance is not possible for any reason, notify the chairperson, or designated contact person as soon as possible before the meeting is convened. Notify chair person as soon as possible if you believe you are no longer able to continue as a member of the board, and relinquish any materials pertaining to the board as he or she requests upon your resignation/expired term.
  • Disaster Relief - Assist Salvation Army in providing local disaster relief. This may include delivering food and water to emergency workers, delivering food, clothing and goods to disaster victims.
  • Harvest of Love - Sort and pack food boxes for distribution. Restock food pantry shelves with donated goods.
  • Toys For Tots - Sort toys and assist mothers in choosing toys for their children.

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES

  • Board - Board membership of a non-profit organization. Governance of Ten Thousand Villages gift store.  Members are selected based on a particular area of expertise. Board meets one hour per month. Committee assignments may require additional time.
  • Clerk - Clerking, cash register, cash handling, light cleaning, product display, unpacking and pricing shipments.