Adults 55 or older are invited to share their time and talents through the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. Accident, liability and excess auto insurance are provided; mileage reimbursement is available.
Call RSVP at 271-0255 weekdays (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) or stop by 471 Sutton Way, No. 202, in Grass Valley.
The North Star Historic District is looking for volunteers to perform a wide variety of tasks including cleanup, fire protection and beautification of this wonderful piece of Nevada County history. Get involved now as they prepare for their 100th Anniversary in 2005. Call now for more information about the Volunteer Weekends March 6 and 7, 13 and 14, and 20 and 21.
Help is needed dusting and shelving books and cleaning computers.
The Information and Assistance program of Nevada County offers volunteers a unique opportunity to learn about countywide programs and services. Training is provided in the use of our computer database and is a great way to learn computer skills.
Join the active group of volunteers who support the Grass Valley Police Department by helping with special events, foot patrol, and vacation house checks.
Lunchtime delivery driver
Volunteers are needed one or more days a week to pick up the noon day meal for the adult day care program from the Grass Valley Senior Center and then return the containers.
If you enjoy the outdoors, call now and join the spring trail clean-up April 3. Docent training is beginning March 22 for those who have an interest in nature, hiking ability and would like to conduct trial tours for children’s school groups.
Training will be offered for those volunteers interested in safeguarding the rights of residents in nursing homes and board and care facilities. Volunteers are trained and certified by the State to work on behalf of some of California’s most frail, elderly and disabled citizens. You do make a difference as an Ombudsman.
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