Help make copies, put packets together, along with a variety of other administrative duties. This volunteer opportunity does not involve working directly with children; but this administrative assistance allows our specialists to better serve the child care providers who do offer care to children every day.
Whether it's office support, event planning, or serving on a JDRF committee (auction procurement, sponsorship, logistics or planning) your talents can make a huge difference for your local JDRF chapter.
The Adopt a Park program is where a company, group of individuals, or other organizations agree to clean up a park six or more times a year. Groups who adopt a park will get signage placed at the park that they have adopted and will have access to safety vests, trash bags, and gloves.
In conjunction with the Butler County Holiday Collaborative Project, SELF hosts an Adopt-a-Family program for its clients who are enrolled in a self-sufficiency program. SELF relies on businesses, groups and volunteers to sponsor a low-income individual, child(ren) or family, donate a meal box for Thanksgiving and a holiday meal, assist SELF staff in purchasing items on wish lists with funds donated from the community for this program, and wrap, label and distribute gifts.
The Adopt-a-Senior Program invites the community to participate in an annual gift giving program. This program was created many years ago to help make Christmas special for Clermont County seniors who have limited resources. The Program demonstrates that many people care about senior citizens and wish to help them have a brighter holiday.