OpportunitiesSTUDENTS: Community Service is a graduation requirement for all MMHS students to complete (40) hours of Community Service at an approved Non-Profit Agency.Non-profit groups in Murrieta and the surrounding communities are holding the doors wide open for volunteers. There's no better time than to seek out opportunities to volunteer. Get the search started, download the Murrieta Volunteer Guide at www.americantowns.com/ca/murrieta-make-a-difference.LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS? If your organization would like to offer community service to our students, please email Mrs. Isbell your contact information, a flyer and/or a brief summary which provides details regarding the event logistics and duties expected of volunteers.Students can only earn their (40) hours of required community service at a NON-PROFIT Organization. If approved, your event will be advertised on our web-site and announced in our daily bulletin to our students.Upcoming Community Service OpportunitiesOn-Going Community Service Opportunities
All volunteers must be 14 years of age or older. Volunteers under the age of 16 must have a parent or guardian complete the process of becoming a volunteer with them and must accompany them while volunteering.Please complete our online application, online orientation, watch our virtual shelter tour, and fill out all applicable forms before coming to pick up your Volunteer T-shirt.AFV volunteer t-shirts must be worn while volunteering for AFV. T-shirts can be purchased Monday through Friday between 8:00pm and 4:00pm for $15 each.Animal Rescue Kompany (A.R.K.)The Animal Rescue Kompany, also known as A.R.K., needs volunteers at their pet adoption events every Saturday and Sunday at the Murrieta Petsmart. Pick up an A.R.K. information flyer in the counseling office if you are interested or call Megan Juric, the volunteer coordinator, at 951/240-8758 or email email@example.com. Website link - Animal Rescue Kompany (ARK)Santa Rosa Plateau "Team Stream"High school students can earn community service hours at the Santa Rosa Plateau Eco Reserve through Team Stream. This organization, run by the Reserve Manager, Carole Bell meets alternating Saturdays, 8 am – noon. Contact Carole Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org details.Promise ChurchPromise Church and Preschool is in need of volunteers to help with sign twirling from 3-6pm on certain days. If you are interested, please contact the church at 951/600-8201 and speak with Laura.Tovashal Elementary
Do you like bringing a smile to someone's face? Do you enjoy helping others? Then you're just the type of person we're looking for to become a Kaiser Permanente volunteer. At our Riverside Medical Center, volunteers answer members' questions and help them find their way around the medical campus. As a volunteer, you'll play an important role in making our members feel at ease. If you speak Spanish, we'd especially like to hear from you! Volunteer today and feel good helping others feel the same. For information, call (951) 353-3613 or e-mail us at: Sharon.L.Perry@kp.org.
"Get on the Bus"
Get on the Bus is a program of The Center for Restorative Justice Works, a non profit organization that unites children, families and communities separated by crime and the criminal justice system. Volunteers are always needed to help organize fundraising events to support this organization OR help out at the actual event. Visit http://www.getonthebus.us/index.php for more details on how you can sign up and volunteer to help.
Valley Blood Service
25115 Madison Avenue, Ste. 105, Murrieta, CA 92562. Student volunteers for the year to work in the Canteen. The hours would be 10 – 2pm (on our early days, which are Friday and Saturday) or 12 – 4pm (on our late days, which are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). The volunteer can bring homework, a book to read or something to occupy their time unless there are donors to help in the canteen. They will also have a list of other things that they can help with like filing, answering phones, making appointments, getting blood bags ready and other odd jobs to occupy their time if it is not too busy. Contact Sue Forster, Account Marketing Manager at (951) 696-4067 or mobile phone (951) 514-9135, email@example.com, visit www.valleybloodservices.org.
Child Development Center at Avaxat Elementary
Anytime Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Location: 24300 Las Brisas Road, North. Non-child care duties: filing, odd jobs around center; Child-care duties: assists staff caring for children 6 weeks through 4 years. Contact Julie Hoang- 696-1600 ext 2189.
Ruff House RescueRuff House Rescue is a great way for students to earn 2-hours of community service for each day that they are in the care of an animal as a foster caregiver. We are in need of reliable foster families to care for our animals until they are adopted. This would include; taking an animal home, caring for it, and giving it love until we find it a forever home. For this service the student would earn 2 hours/day that the animal in the student’s home. If you are interested in becoming a "foster parent", please call Darcee or Kayla Fletcher at 951/677-3441 or visit our facility at 36068 Hidden Springs #C 164, Wildomar, CA 92595.
MVUSD Elementary Schools Student Enrichment & Extended Day Programs
Anytime Monday through Friday 6:30-6:00 p.m. Days: Student Enrichment and Extended Day. Locations: All elementary school locations. Duties: Child Care- assists staff with tutoring and other after school activities. Contact Lori Chamberlain 696-1600 ext 2173. Current MVUSD Community Service Opportunities
Dorland Mountain Arts Colony
Trail Maintenance, photography and video creation, data entry, graphic design, recycling. For more information click here.