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Volunteer of the Week
Ava Van Straten is our Volunteer of the Week and the Runner-Up for the 2021 WPS Volunteer Awards Youth Award!

Empathy is necessary for humans to truly flourish, and yet research shows that the world is facing an empathy crisis. Noticing a decrease in kindness and empathy within her own social network, Ava took it upon herself to ensure that young people are given the tools they need to understand the importance of kindness, empathy, and inclusion. As a freshman in high school, she wrote and published her first book, Mary’s Heart, which had an embedded curriculum to teach young people the value of being kind to everyone they meet. As Ava researched the roles that smartphones and social media play in dividing our society and perpetuating racism and discrimination, she discovered that, through stories, young people could better understand how a mindset of empathy can help create a more just world. As a result, she was inspired to write a second book and accompanying curriculum called Parker’s Path.

Writing these books was just the beginning. Ava raised $17,000 to donate her books to more than 300 schools, local libraries, and Boys and Girls Clubs. As the pandemic hit and young students were forced to adapt to virtual learning, she adapted her empathy curriculum to the virtual space. Her books are also being translated into Spanish. Ava further inspired young people by writing her second book as part of an Eagle Scout project, earning her the honor of being the first female Eagle Scout in the region. As her nominator wrote, “It’s young people like Ava that give me profound hope for the future.” Congratulations, Ava, and keep up the great work!

Note: The information below was accurate as of the time of publication, but please contact the organizations listed
for the most up-to-date information.
Dated Volunteer Opportunities
Ride Across Wisconsin - July 30-August 2
The Ride Across Wisconsin, a 225-mile trek from La Crosse to Green Bay, is a fundraiser for the Wisconsin Bike Fed, whose aim is to create a more bike-friendly state. The ride will end at City Deck on the Fox River, and volunteers are needed to assist as baggage claim attendants (help unload backpacks, watch luggage, distribute riders' luggage), party support (hand out finisher awards, bike parking, clean-up), and traffic control (welcome riders, hold traffic at the corner of Washington St. and City Deck Court, slow riders down). Various shifts. Minimum ages: baggage claim, 14; party support, under 14 must be accompanied by an adult; traffic control, 16 with a driver's license.
Wisconsin Bike Fed - Michelle Bachaus
Skate Ramp Movers - August 2-4 and 16-18
Volunteers are needed to unload or load portable skateboard ramps from/into a trailer and then set up or take down in the parking lot of two YMCA locations. Must be able to lift 30-50 lbs. No experience is needed, as you will be directed on where to carry ramps. Shifts: 8:45-9:45 am and 6:15-7:15 pm each day. Locations: East Side YMCA on August 16-18, West Side YMCA on August 2-4. Minimum age: 15.
Green Bay Action Sports Organization - Chad Brinker
920-680-4514, chad.brinker@gbaso.org
Bike to the Beat - August 6-7
Assist with packet handout, food tent, and traffic control. Funds raised through registration for this Fox Communities Credit Union event are placed into the Fox Cares Foundation and given back to our communities. Shifts: August 6, 8:00 am-6:00 pm; August 7, 6:00 am-4:00 pm. Minimum age: 14.
Bike to the Beat - Linda Maxwell
920-217-5695, maxwelldct@gmail.com
Youth Summer Art Workshops - August 9-13 and 23-27
The Art Garage's Youth Summer Art Workshop program encourages students ages 6-16 to discover their inspiration and express themselves in new ways. From painting to drawing, and printmaking to mixed media, their five-day workshops stimulate inquisitiveness, inspire the pursuit of creativity, and encourage self-expression. They are seeking volunteers to help with check-in/check-out and in the classroom. Shifts: 8:30-9:15 am, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, 12:45-1:15 pm, and 1:00-4:00 pm. Minimum age: 16. Click here to choose the spot(s) you'd like (it's easy, and you won't need to register an account or keep a password!).
The Art Garage - Tristin St. Mary
920-448-6800, info@theartgarage.org
PAW Patrol Paw-Palooza - August 9-16
Volunteer duties for this event include manning games, event areas, the front gate, and the parking lot; helping with activities; and assisting with set-up and clean-up before and after the event. Shifts: 8:00 am-12:00 pm, 12:00-5:00 pm, or 8:00 am-5:00 pm. Individuals ages 16-17 may volunteer with a parent, those 18 and older may volunteer on their own.
National Railroad Museum - Megan Blackburn
920-437-7623 x124, mblackburn@nationalrrmuseum.org
Dog Fostering Training Session - August 11
Do you love dogs and want to see them get all the love and support they need? Have you ever considered fostering, but just aren't sure what it entails or are afraid you'll be locked in? With Lucky 7, this is never the case, so now is the time to check it out. All you need is to have a big heart and a safe and loving home for a dog to lay his head until he finds his 'furever' home! Click here to fill out an application. Session: 6:30 pm. Minimum age: 18.
Lucky 7 Dog Rescue - Denise Faulhaber
920-366-0980, info@lucky7dogrescue.com
Neighborhood Wash #Trashtag - August 16
Volunteers will help beautify the Broadway District by assisting with trash pick-up in the business and residential neighborhoods. Trash grabbers, bags, and other equipment will be provided. Shift: 5:30-7:00 pm.
On Broadway Inc. - Quincy Fassbender
920-655-7525, quincy@onbroadway.org
Brown County Fair - August 18-22
Volunteers will assist with various fair-related duties, including driving a golf cart, parking cars, and providing security (which involves following the head of security's directions). Various shifts: 8:00 am-8:00 pm. Minimum age: dependent on the duty.
Brown County Fair - Tom Van Deurzen
920-676-5511, tvandeurzen4@gmail.com
igNight Market - August 21, September 18, and October 16
Volunteers will help set up and/or take down tents, tables, chairs, trash cans, and lights for the event. Set-up shift 1: 11:00 am-2:00 pm. Set-up shift 2: 2:00-5:00 pm. Clean-up: 9:30-11:30 pm. Minimum age: 18.
On Broadway Inc. - Quincy Fassbender
920-569-2531, quincy@onbroadway.org
Festival on the Farm - August 21
The Firefly Acres Horse Farm Festival Fundraiser is a community event to support this all-volunteer-run horse rescue and equine therapy center. This family-friendly outdoor event will be held at the horse farm and will include horse demonstrations and rides, music, food for purchase, and games for all ages. They expect to safely accommodate up to 200 people with spacing and individually packaged food items. Volunteers are needed for event planning and silent auction preparation, as well as day-of activities like set-up, parking, food distribution, games, silent auction, clean-up, and tear-down. Shifts: pre-event, various shifts; day of, 10:00 am-2:00 pm, 2:00-4:30 pm, 4:00-6:30 pm, and 6:00-8:00 pm. Minimum age: 16; children younger than this may volunteer with a parent or guardian.
Firefly Acres Horse Farm - Julie Van Hoosen
920-544-7829, juliespyne@gmail.com
Hacks for Acts Golf Tournament - August 25
This fundraiser, which supports Acts 1:8 Ministry's mission and takes place at Thornberry Golf Course, needs volunteers for the following tasks: set-up, registration, raffle tickets, silent auction, clean-up, and ministry assistant. Shifts: 8:00 am-12:30 pm or 1:30-5:30 pm. Minimum age: 18. Please fill out their volunteer registration form here (under areas of interest, please mark 'Other' and specify 'fundraiser').
Acts 1:8 Ministry - Vickie Nell
920-494-2289, vickienell@acts18.org
Artstreet 2021 - August 27-29
Multiple volunteer positions available:
·     Artist set-up - Assist artists with set-up.
·     Art raffle/set-up - Duties may include going booth-to-booth to see if artists would like to donate to raffle. Help set up raffle booth. Sell raffle tickets for items and monitor booth to prevent shoplifting.
·     Soda booth for food vendors - Sell soda to Artstreet food vendors ONLY.
·     Lemonade stand - Prep lemonade stand. Make enough lemonade to last for several hours (entails mixing water/sugar and squeezing lemons with lemon juicer).
·     Children’s art area - Help set up children’s area (painting/easels), then assist children during the event.
·     Art Fair Pub - Duties include pouring and serving beer, taking tickets for beer/soda. Must card for anyone who appears to be underage. Standing position.
·     Artstreet Pub & Grill - Sell food, beer and soda/water. Must feel comfortable pouring beer. Must card anyone who appears to be under 21. Standing position.
·     Griller - Someone who is experienced at and enjoys grilling brats and burgers.
·     Information booth - Prep booth for 3 p.m. opening. Be familiar with anything sold in booth. Be familiar with Artstreet map and where things are located. Can be a sitting position.
·     Main and Community Stage emcee (announcer) - Announce acts and read off sponsors from each stage. Times will be staggered only during when a new performer is coming on stage. Call or email for exact times needed.
Click here to sign up for any of the above. Various shifts. Minimum age for Pub and Pub & Grill: 19.
Mosaic Arts, Inc. - Silvija Jensen
Fall Season - September 13-November 6
Girls on the Run empowers young girls to feel joyful, healthy, and confident using an experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. They are seeking coaches/facilitators for the Fall 2021 season at the following locations: Boys and Girls Club, Kroc Center, and Notre Dame of De Pere. Various shifts. Minimum age: 16.
Girls on the Run Northeast Wisconsin - Kathy Olson
2021 Altrusa Cup Golf Outing - September 14
Volunteers will be manning a game (varies depending on the hole) and handing out raffle tickets to game winners. Shift: 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.
Altrusa House - Sarah Duginske
Walk to End Alzheimer's - September 25
Volunteer duties include set-up and clean-up of tents, signs, tables, etc. Greeters will direct walkers upon arrival and assist with online registration. Event volunteers will help restock giveaways on tables. They are also looking for various entertainers, street performers or buskers. Shifts: 7:00-10:00 am (set-up), 9:00 am-12:00 pm (greeters, event volunteers and street performers), and 12:00-3:00 pm (clean-up).
Alzheimer's Association - Cari Josephson
920-609-1342, cajosephson@alz.org
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Prepping, Caulking and Painting
Acts 1:8 Ministry needs individuals, pairs, or groups to work on a project updating their buildings. Do you have some extra time this summer? Are you part of a Bible study group looking for a project to assist a nonprofit? Volunteer for a day, a week or every day for two weeks. They will work with your schedule. Minimum age: 13.
Acts 1:8 Ministry - Vickie Nell
920-494-2289 x301, vickienell@acts18.org
Meals on Wheels (Homebound Meal) Drivers
The ADRC of Brown County has volunteer openings for drivers to deliver meals to homebound older adults in the Green Bay area. Meals are delivered weekdays 11:00 am-12:30 pm. Mileage reimbursement is available. This is an excellent opportunity to give back to your community! The ADRC couldn't have delivered over 122,000 meals last year without their generous volunteers! Volunteer applications can be found here. Flexible shifts (set the days that work for you). Minimum age: 18.
Aging and Disability Resource Center - Angela VanAsten
920-448-4300, bc.adrc@browncountywi.gov

Cafe Helpers
The ADRC's Grounded Cafe has a variety of volunteer positions available, including cashier, barista, cook, food prep, dishes, and cleaning tables. Two- to four-hour shifts: Monday-Saturday, 7:00 am-2:00 pm.
Aging and Disability Resource Center - Jeremy Slusarek
Weeding - through October 15
Help make Allouez beautiful! The Allouez Beautification Committee, which purchases and tends the flowers on Webster Avenue, is looking for volunteers this summer. Duties include weeding and maintaining an assigned bed or pot (at a time convenient for you) and will require about 30 minutes per week. Minimum age: 14.
Allouez Beautification Committee - Audrey Zigmund
920-336-0173, zigtennis@aol.com
Meal Heroes
Provide a home-cooked meal for families staying at the home. Groups of 3-5 volunteers can provide, prepare (onsite or off), serve, and share a meal with the guests. The amount of servings needed depends upon occupancy, and their guest experience manager will coordinate with groups to ensure there is plenty to go around! Shift: 4:00-7:30 pm (includes clean-up). Volunteers under 17 must have guardian supervision.
Altrusa House - Sarah Duginske
920-884-6677 x2, sarah@altrusahousegreenbay.org
Fundraising Committee
The purpose of the volunteers on this committee is to support the executive director in raising funds to meet annual budget needs. The responsibility of the chairperson is to work with the committee and staff to create fundraising events, lead meetings, facilitate discussions, and report to the board. The goals are to increase donor contributions, increase bequests and planned giving, assist in developing fundraising activities and programs, promote partnerships with businesses in the community, explore the need to create a capital campaign as needed, and create an endowment or trust. Committee meets once per month. Minimum age: 18.
The Art Garage - Tristin St. Mary
920-448-6800, tstmary@theartgarage.org
Personalized Coaches
Brain Center of Green Bay is in need of volunteers to assist with its coaching program. Medical, social work or nursing backgrounds are preferred. Individuals with experience in caregiving and/or working with individuals with brain disease, brain disorders or brain conditions are also encouraged to connect with them. Coaches will receive training and be connected with a coach mentor. Various shifts.
Brain Center of Green Bay - Christine Vanden Hoogen
Pals Program Mentors
Volunteer mentors spend time in a recreational or learning activity with a child, age 3 or older, who has been referred by Brown County Child Protective Services. Volunteer mentors help the child adjust to the separation or loss of a parent, enhance self-esteem and confidence, and learn new skills. Matches are invited to attend a fun activity each month that is free of charge. Matches are based on compatibility and can continue for as long as both parties are interested, though it is hoped that volunteers would engage with their Pal for a minimum of one year. Minimum age: 18.
Brown County Health and Human Services - Jenna Durkee
Creation/Fixer Technician
Do you like to repurpose items? Are you crafty? Do you like to fix things? Volunteers are needed to help with items that need your TLC (fixing, painting, or repurposing). Flexible shifts.
Community Benefit Tree Inc. - Heidi Frederickson
Drivers
Due to a sharp decline in drivers, there is an urgent need for volunteers to drive seniors and people with disabilities to and from vital appointments and offer door-to-door assistance as needed. Curative provides vehicles, gas, and insurance. No CDL is required. Volunteers must have a good driving record, and a background check will be performed. Flexible four- to five-hour morning or afternoon shifts, Monday-Friday. Minimum age: 18.
Curative Connections - Tina Whetung
Farmer's Market Attendee Clickers - through October
The 104th year of the Downtown Green Bay Saturday Farmer's Market is underway. They are looking for a few great volunteers to help with attendance counting on various Saturdays. This is a critical part of their team and the planning of this event for the future. Click here to sign up for a two-hour shift.
Downtown Green Bay Inc. - Patti Schevers

Clean Team or Adopt-a-Block
Come help keep downtown looking great while getting in steps and checking out the new businesses in the districts. Volunteer duties include trash pick-up (that's right, you get a super-cool grabby thing to use) and weeding (use those biceps!). Shifts are flexible, but they are asking for a minimum commitment of two hours per week (you want more? go for it!). Minimum age: 14, unless accompanied by an adult (they think all volunteers are great, but volunteers can't be shorter than their pickers are long!). Click here for program information.
Downtown Green Bay Inc. & Olde Main Street Inc. - Sally Ebeling
Foster Grandparent Program
The Encompass Foster Grandparent Program is looking for seniors who meet limited income guidelines and are interested in volunteering their time with children ages 0-6 years old. This program is funded through state and federal dollars. Flexible shifts, pick the hours you wish between 6:15 am-6:00 pm. Minimum age: 55. Click here for more information.
Encompass Foster Grandparent Program - Jessica Blatz
920-785-9710, jblatz@encompasswi.org
Theater Production
Volunteer opportunities are available in set construction and painting, props, lighting, sound, costuming, and makeup, as well as backstage during the run of the shows. They are willing to train young people in all aspects of theater production, and adult volunteers are needed as well. Each of the upcoming season's productions requires a 6- to 8-week commitment. Rehearsals usually start about two months before show dates, and the performance calendar runs from Sept. 24, 2021-May 22, 2022. Minimum age: 12 (there will be adult supervision).
Evergreen Productions - Ruth Novak
Sidewalkers
Volunteers who assist during riding sessions start in the role of sidewalker for a minimum of two weeks. Volunteers with horsemanship experience can complete the horse lead assessment to become horse leaders. Sidewalking duties include: interacting with clients; assisting during mount and dismount; and assisting the client during activities such as grooming the horse, playing games, and other tasks. Training is provided. Various shifts: 10:00 am-7:00 pm. Minimum age: 14.
Exceptional Equestrians - Molly Kafka
Green Bay Film Festival
A volunteer screener watches submitted films and scores them based on a variety of criteria. These submitted scores help the programmers select which films will be viewed at the festival. Categories include Features, Shorts, Documentaries, Children & Family, Native American, and Wisconsin films. A volunteer programmer is a screener willing to extend his or her screening time and attend meetings to determine the films that are chosen for the festival. The time extension may require additional viewing time during the screening period. Make your own schedule; weekly time commitment ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours. Minimum age: 17.
Film Green Bay - Caitlin Schuchart
Childcare
Volunteers will provide childcare while parents attend classes onsite. Shifts: Tuesday, 6:00-7:30 pm; Wednesday, 12:30-2:00 pm.; and Thursday, 9:30-10:30 am and 6:30-7:30 pm.
Freedom House - Crystal DeCleene

Meal Donation and Serving
Volunteer groups donate, prepare, and serve dinner to families staying at Freedom House. There are typically approximately 15 adults and 35 children at each meal. Shifts: Monday-Thursday, 5:00-6:00 pm.
Freedom House - Crystal DeCleene
Girl Scout Troop Leader or Service Area Coordinator
Volunteers are needed for two types of roles for Fall 2021-Summer 2022:
Troop leader -- Opportunities exist across many different grades and schools in Green Bay and the surrounding area. These individuals are memory-makers who lead and guide a group of girls through their scouting experience. They take the girls' interests, abilities, and opinions into consideration when planning out their fun. As girls get older, troop leaders guide more than lead, but continue to help them grow, learn, and do amazing things! The minimum time commitment of planning for and meeting with the girls is 2-3 hours per month (more, if desired). Training and planning tools are all online, and you would have access to an engagement coordinator to help you throughout every step of your Girl Scout journey.
Service area coordinator -- They are also looking for those who may be interested in working with other adult volunteers in planning for and working with specific groups of troops that are categorized by geographic locations. This could include planning badge-earning/fun events for troops to come together, helping manage their cookie program, facilitating social networking with volunteers, and treasurer positions.
In either role, Girl Scout volunteers help build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place! Various shifts. Minimum age: 18.
Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes - Kristin Gallagher
920-955-3443, kgallagher@gsnwgl.org
Finance Committee
Golden House is seeking volunteer committee members with experience in banking, financial accounting, treasury management, or financial analysis. Committee meets once per month at 8:00 am on the third Wednesday.
Golden House Inc. - Sherrill Revolinski
General Construction
Volunteers are needed to assist with various general construction projects on build sites under the watchful guidance of crew leaders. No experience is necessary. Volunteers should be willing to learn something new and help build a home with a hard-working, deserving family! Types of building projects include framing, siding, building a garage, drywalling, painting, trim, cabinetry, and more. Shifts: Wednesdays and Thursdays, 7:45 am-3:30 pm. Minimum age: 16. Email volunteer@greenbayhabitat.org or Julia below.
Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity - Julia Drobeck
920-593-5792, jdrobeck@restoregb.org
Concert Series - through August 27
Help to welcome and assist guests at the Garden's Sanimax and Les Stumpf Ford Grand Concert Series. Duties include concessions, cashiers, beverage order-takers, ushers, and parking lot attendants. Volunteers will receive one WPS Garden of Lights ticket for every two concerts worked (tickets mailed in early November). Various two- to four-hour shifts, Thursdays and Fridays, 4:00-9:00 pm. Minimum age: 18 for most roles.
Green Bay Botanical Garden - Diane Leibham
920-491-3691 x131, dleibham@gbbg.org
Historical Interpreter
Heritage Hill is a living history park devoted to the preservation of buildings and artifacts, and the interpretation of history with a focus on the impact on Northeastern Wisconsin and its people. Heritage Hill provides an educational and interactive experience that encourages visitor awareness, understanding, and appreciation of its diverse regional history of peoples, cultures, and industries. The historical Interpreter volunteer will orally communicate the history of Northeastern Wisconsin to visitors of all ages through stories, activities, and exhibits that connect visitors to their heritage and community. This position is responsible for ensuring visitors have a positive, memorable experience at Heritage Hill in accordance with the park's mission. Various shifts. Minimum age: 18.
Heritage Hill State Park - Kim DeCock
920-448-5150, kim@heritagehillgb.org

Gardening - through September
Heritage Hill is seeking volunteers to help preserve and beautify their grounds by planting, weeding, and maintaining three historic and three perennial gardens in their 56-acre park. Bring your own gardening gloves, but other garden tools will be provided. Various shifts: Tuesdays-Fridays, anytime 9:00 am-3:00 pm. Minimum age: 18.
Heritage Hill State Park - Kim DeCock
920-448-5150, kim@heritagehillgb.org
Lawn Care Maintenance
The museum is looking for volunteer help to maintain the turf with the use of a riding mower (majority of the work), string trimmer, and push mower. Various two-hour shifts during normal operating hours. Minimum age: 18.
National Railroad Museum - Megan Blackburn
920-437-7623 x124, mblackburn@nationalrrmuseum.org

Lobby Information Table - through October
The museum is looking for volunteers to help staff an information table on weekends. Volunteers will learn about and promote museum programs, and will need to be comfortable talking with guests. Shifts: Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30 am-12:30 pm. Minimum age: 16.
National Railroad Museum - Megan Blackburn
920-437-7623 x124, mblackburn@nationalrrmuseum.org
Farmers' Market on Broadway - through September 29
Volunteers will help with setting up and tearing down the market, which includes hanging signs, putting out trash barrels, and setting up tents. They may also help pour and serve beer in the beer tent and help with daily market maintenance while the market is happening. Shifts: Wednesdays, 1:00-3:00 pm (set-up), 3:00-6:00 pm and 5:00-8:00 pm (beverage tent), 7:30-9:30 pm (clean-up), and 4:00-8:00 pm (floaters). Minimum age: 18. Click here to sign up.
On Broadway, Inc. - Allie Thut
920-569-3425, allie@onbroadway.org
Victim Advocates
You have the power to change the lives of survivors in your community. The Sexual Assault Center is looking for volunteers to help answer the hotline and meet with victims who come forward to report abuse. The Center would not be able to provide 24/7 support without the help of volunteers. There is no experience necessary and you set your schedule. Volunteers are required to complete 25 hours of self-paced training prior to signing up for on-call duties. Various night and weekend shifts. Minimum age: 18.
Sexual Assault Center - Family Services - Samantha Jurczykowski
Fish Hatchery
Do you want to be part of something new and exciting? The Farmory is launching their yellow perch fish hatchery, and they need volunteers to help watch over the eggs, larvae, and fingerlings of their brood stock. Passionate volunteers are needed to help tend their fish to ensure they are producing happy and healthy fish. You will be key in helping The Farmory launch and maintain the aquaculture and aquaponics industry in Wisconsin with education and consistent seed stock (fingerlings) for prospective farmers! Shifts: Sunday-Wednesday, 7:00-9:00 am; Friday-Saturday, 5:00-7:00 pm. Minimum age: 18.
The Farmory - Morgan Emmel
920-593-3708, morgan@nwgreenbay.org
Food Pantry Distribution
Assist in distributing food pantry items to guests of The Salvation Army. This will be done outside in a drive-up fashion. Volunteers will be required to lift, stand, and bend to load groceries into carts and push them out to vehicles. Shifts: Monday-Friday, 12:30-2:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.
The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay - Renee Main
Social Media Intern
Forward-thinking, fast-paced non-profit is looking for an unpaid intern with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including various social media platforms. Duties include: monitoring and posting on blogs, forums, and social networks; assisting with online outreach and promotion using Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.; creating images for media posts; writing copy for posts in order to grow social media presence; and utilization of social media to promote events. Approximately two hours per week.
The Spine Project - Dr. Julie Wyss

Marketing Intern
The Spine Project seeks an unpaid intern who can participate in various stages of print and online marketing campaigns in coordination with their social media team. Brand awareness and donor recognition are key components for this position. Connection and an outgoing personality are crucial for the success of this position. Approximately 10-12 hours per month.
The Spine Project - Dr. Julie Wyss
Resale Shoppe
Volunteers accept, clean, and sort donations; price and stage the sales floor; or work the cash register on the sales floor. Shifts: Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-1:00 pm, 1:00-4:00 pm, or 4:00-6:00 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Minimum age: 18.
Unity Hospice Resale Shoppe - Alicia Schram
920-339-5501, aschram@unityhospice.org

Groundskeeping
Unity is seeking volunteers who enjoy being outdoors. Projects are watering flower pots, general garden maintenance, and outdoor decorating for holidays. Flexible shifts. Minimum age: 17.
Unity Hospice - Kelly Lautenslager
Shelter Helpers
The Humane Society's Green Bay Campus is looking for volunteers to help support the shelter. They are in need of animal care volunteers, dog walkers, event volunteers, and off-site adoption center volunteers. Click here to learn more about their program and how to become a volunteer. Various daily shifts, 8:00 am-6:00 pm. Individuals ages 13-15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Wisconsin Humane Society-Green Bay Campus - Katie Gut
920-469-3110 x2117, kgut@wihumane.org
For more volunteer opportunities, view August's Volunteer Times here.
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