'Civic Engagement' Archive

Volunteers need at Surgery Center reception desk of District One Hospital

Published November 22nd, 2013 by mcolangelo

District One Hospital in Faribault is seeking volunteers for the Surgery Center reception desk. Volunteers greet visitors, register patients through computer system, make small deliveries, and answer general questions. Computer training is provided – some folks with absolutely no computer experience at all have mastered this task. Mornings, 8am – 12pm. At this time we […]

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Pool Monitor

Published September 10th, 2013 by Gale Marchand - Fitness Manager Senior Center

Help out the Senior Citizens at the Warm Water Pool! No experience necessary. Just the ability to reliably show up and be alert. Looking for people who can take a shift watching people at the Senior Center Pool for 1-2 hour shifts. Training provided. No life guarding required for this pool attendant opportunity. Volunteers who […]

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Epic Volunteer

Published September 10th, 2013 by Julie Ryan

At Epic Enterprise in Dundas, we serve disabled adults in the Rice County area through local employment and a Life Enrichment program, and we have numerous opportunities for individuals to volunteer in areas of interest to them, such as art, music, cooking, storytelling, yoga, bringing their pets to share with us, etc. We also enjoy […]

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Volunteer drivers needed!

Published March 14th, 2013 by Neil Rowley

Imagine needing to cancel a medical appointment because you can’t get to your doctor. Or imagine having to take days off from work to drive an aging relative or friend to their appointments. You can be the solution. Aging Services for Communities (ASC) www.aging-services.org is seeking volunteer drivers in Northfield and the surrounding area to […]

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Provide a Monthly Meal to Families with Children with Special Needs

Published January 24th, 2013 by Leighton Hambrick

Laura Baker Services Association would like to invite you to be a part of our Family Support Services program by providing regular meal assistance to a family with children who have special needs. This is also a substantial form of respite for a family, where preparing meals and attending to the special needs of children […]

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