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Volunteer Action Committee

The Nevada County Volunteer Action Center matches the time and talents of volunteers with opportunities to help individuals and nonprofit organizations that provide human services. For information, call 272-5041, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., weekdays; or stop by 11743 Maltman Drive, Grass Valley.



Several volunteers needed to work with small groups of children using teacher-directed materials. Training is provided; time is flexible.

Event booth

Staff an activity booth at this annual event which benefits young children, families and early-childhood educators. Help organize and set up activities for children. Event will be held at Nevada County Fairgrounds on Sept. 28. Shifts are 9 a.m. to noon or 12 to 3 p.m. Training provided.

Poster distribution

Good knowledge of Grass Valley and Nevada City needed for three to five hours to distribute posters for an annual Health and Safety Fair.

Data entry

Data entry experience can help support an office that finds permanent homes for special-needs children. Three hours every Friday; training will be provided.


Many seniors can no longer drive but have medical appointments. Several volunteers are needed who like to drive and have a car and insurance. Drivers are especially needed for trips to Auburn, Yuba City, Marysville, Sacramento.

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